Chapter 2: Getting Started
Step 4: Printing Your Document
1. If you have several design elements, activate the one you are going
to print. By doing this, you will help the program set up the paper in
the print dialog correctly.
2. (Optional) Calibrate your printer. This is strongly recommended as a
solution to avoid offset at printing.
2.1. Choose File > Calibrate Printer… in the menu.
2.2. Check if the paper and printer are selected correctly in the calibration
dialog. For calibration, use the paper that will be used for printing.
2.3. Click the Print Calibration Sheet… button.
2.4. If the artwork is printed with offset, you should enter the offset
values into the Horizontal and Vertical ﬁelds. The value is the
point on the calibration sheet where the corresponding ruler crosses
the edge of the actual label or disc. After inputting the values, the
calibration preview should display the artwork shifted in the same
direction as the printed artwork.
3. The actual printing process begins here.
3.1. Click the Print toolbar button, or choose File > Print… in the menu
to open the Print dialog.
3.2. Make sure that the correct media type is set in the Output and
Paper Type pop-up menus.
3.3. Choose a printer if there are several printers installed.
3.4. Keep other settings unchanged.
3.5. The program displays the design elements contained in your
document in the print preview. Some of them are laid onto the page
You can modify the print layout manually. To print some speciﬁc
design element, click on it to select. Then drag it from the left box
(A) onto a blank space (B) or onto another design element to replace
To clear the page, drag the design elements from their places and
drop them onto the blank area of the page (C).