DocBuilder Tips & Tricks: Saving Savvy

June 4, 2012

Sara’s Tips and Tricks for WebbMason DocBuilder, final entry.

This tip is for working with PowerPoint presentations before you send them to WM DocBuilder to be printed. If you need presentation handouts and want to be environmentally-friendly, a great way to do that is to print to print 2, 3, 4 or even 6 slides together on a single page — instead of printing each slide as a full page. You can do this easily by changing your print setting. Depending on your version of Microsoft Office, the steps may vary slightly. With your file open, go to the print screen. Change your print settings to the desired number of slides per page. The next step is important. Choose a printer that will print the file as a PDF or use a PowerPoint plug-in that automatically writes the file as a PDF with your print settings applied. If you simply try to save your file as a PDF with these settings, it will revert back to the full-page version.

I hope you find the information I’ve shared useful.  If you have any questions related to WebbMason DocBuilder, I’m here to help!  Please email them to

Sara E. Post
Product Marketing Manager


DocBuilder Tips & Tricks: Double the Ease

May 28, 2012

Sara’s Tips and Tricks for WebbMason DocBuilder, fourth of five entries.

This one is perhaps my favorite.  When rearranging your print files, the Move Last function does not get enough credit.  I recommend using this technique when you have five or more print files in your document.  Instead of moving each file up or down until you get them all lined up, start with the file that you want to appear first in your document.  Click the double-down arrow to move it to the last position.  Then find the one you want to appear second, and tell that one to Move Last.  Keep going until you end up with very first document in the first position.  Voila!

I hope you find the information I’ve shared useful.  If you have any questions related to WebbMason DocBuilder, I’m here to help!  Please email them to

Sara E. Post
Product Marketing Manager

View from the Inside: docBuilder Marketer Talks about Her First Product Rollout Experience

August 23, 2011

I consider myself a marketing professional. At WebbMason, I collaborate with a team of talented individuals to promote products/services and support a national sales team. I face the same challenges as any other marketing professional – maintaining the integrity of a brand, meeting budget goals, responding to the needs of very talented and slightly demanding sales people (I’m allowed to say that, I used to be one) – and the overall need to do more with less. There’s less time to be proactive, more pressure to improve ROI, fewer resources at my disposal, and higher expectations for greater results.

But I have to admit, I love it!

In early 2011, I accepted the role of Product Marketing Manager with WebbMason, after six years with the company. Since then my energy has been focused on launching the newest feature of WebbMason’s MarketingBench platform, a web-to-print application, later named “docBuilder”. In May, docBuilder entered its “beta” phase, which in essence meant that our development team felt that it was ready to be taken for a spin, and that I and a select group of customers were allowed to test-drive it. In terms of performance, it handled well, but we had to take a look under the hood from time to time and make adjustments. The feedback from the beta customers was extremely helpful in identifying areas for improvement and applications for use. By July we had an on-demand document printing technology that we could take to market.

It has been an incredible experience to champion a product, begin to see it take shape, have it be embraced by our sales team for its potential and eventually adopted by our customers for its value. Our first product rollout was to The College Board, an organization that helps to prepare and connect students to higher education. Fiona Yung, assistant director, stated, “From my first experience with docBuilder, I recognized its value. With the easy-to-use interface, I was able to build my documents… in a virtual environment.” What does she mean “build” a document, you ask?

I will spare you the sales pitch, but in a nutshell, docBuilder gives the marketing professional like myself the ability to create, print and distribute professional documents – sales proposals, account reviews, marketing collateral, the dreaded RFP (think the stuff you have to run to-and-from the expensive retail copy shop in the rain for) – on-the-fly, without ever leaving one’s desk. Best of all, it saves my colleagues and I lots of time and precious budget dollars. If you would like to learn more about how WebbMason docBuilder is giving organizations a head start with an all-in-one solution for controlling the cost and quality of their outsourced printing, visit

For a demonstration of its capabilities, check out the video below:


Founded in 1989, WebbMason is one of the fastest-growing print and brand management service companies in the United States, helping marketing departments and their internal and external partners save money and streamline processes through a winning combination of industry expertise, exceptional print supply chain partners and technological innovation. Headquartered in Hunt Valley, Maryland, WebbMason has 20 sales offices throughout the United States.

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