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how to resize your prints

We can all agree that everything is cuter when it’s mini…and a whole lot more fun when it’s supersized! As a YayDay Paper Co. subscriber, you have access to awesome digital prints which means you can create both! With this tutorial, you’ll learn three ways to resize your prints and get the most out of them.

We’re also sharing our resizing chart for the most popular planner sizes!

A55.8″x 8.3″69%
Half Letter5.5″ x 8.5″65%
B65″x 7″58%
Pocket3.2″x 4.7″38%
Personal3.7″ x 6.7″44%
Mini2.64″ x 4.13″31%
Happy Planner Classic7″ x 9.25″82%
Happy Planner Mini4.625″ x 7″ 54%
Happy Planner Big8.5″ x 11″100%

A few pointers about resizing:

  • When you resize using percentages, you’ll maintain the ratio of the original print which means there may be some blank space on the edges of your final print. This happens with the original print and the resized print have different ratios.
  • Rather than resizing with percentages, some printers will allow you to print borderlessly directly on the size you want. From Adobe Acrobat, simply select “Page Setup” from the print dialogue box then select your printer and the page size you want to print on. Click “OK” then go back to the main dialogue box and select “Fit”.
  • The percentages in the above chart are not exact. Feel free to play around by going up or down by a few percentages. Then preview your product to make sure you have the look you want.
  • You’ll want a paper trimmer handy for your resized prints. When trimming give yourself a little wiggle room and try not to cut off too much at the beginning. This way you can continue to trim away to get the perfect fit.

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