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 DocBuilder@webbmason.com

Sara E. Post
Product Marketing Manager

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DocBuilder Tips & Tricks Series: Keeping it Clear

May 7, 2012

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

Everyone agrees WebbMason DocBuilder is one of the coolest new features of MarketingBench™!  Having an on-demand document printing technology at your fingertips saves an expensive trip to the copy shop and keeps you from having to slave over a machine printing handouts for your big presentation.  Even better, WebbMason DocBuilder is saving users like you 30-40% in cost and resources!

Even though WebbMason DocBuilder is super-easy to use, I wanted to share some helpful tips and tricks to enhance your experience.

Some people refer to this as deleting temporary internet files.  Sometimes your browser gets bogged down, and nobody likes that.  To maximize WM DocBuilder’s speed and performance, you should clear your cache frequently.  For an explanation and instructions on how to clear your cache click here.

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

Sara E. Post
Product Marketing Manager


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