One of the limitations of the Silhouette Studio program is that files designed in the program can only be saved in the proprietary .studio format. Since no other programs can open a .studio file, whatever designs that were created in Silhouette Studio can only be opened by the same software. So what happens if you had used the program to design for, say, an 11" x 17" sheet of paper but your printer can only print on letter-size papers? How can you export the design into a jpeg or a pdf so that you can have it printed at the office supply store?
Today's tutorial was written by Shirley Swoope. By using multiple screenshots, Shirley will show you how you can use the Bullzip PDF printer to "save" your Silhouette Studio file into a jpeg, png, or even pdf for printing.
You can download Bullzip HERE and Shirley's tutorial HERE. You can also find Shirley at her blog HERE.
Thank you, Shirley for sharing your tutorial with us and thank you, Sandra Gerber for helping me reach out to Shirley.