Print your cards or create a PDF file
This tutorial explains how to print or save your bingo cards in PDF format. Note that our web services are optimized for the Google Chrome browser. This application is optimized for U.S. Letter 8.5″ x 11″ (215.9 mm x 279.4 mm) paper size. Therefore, make sure the settings are set properly before printing or saving your cards as a PDF file. Most importantly, print one or two pages and verify that everything looks good before printing the all stack of cards.
Firstly, go in the row of your project and click the icon “Cards” or “Design“.
The cards are splitted in packs of 250 cards. Select cards 1 to 250 and click the top right corner on the Print icon. Do the same for the other packs. If you want to combine the files into one, you can merge the PDF files with online services such as Adobe.
Chrome web browser settings
If you have the page layout “4 cards per page”, select in the printing options “Portrait”. The other page layout will be “Landscape”.
The application can not change the settings of your printer, you must choose the options by yourself. Other web browsers than Chrome may have some paper size and margin issues. The most common changes are “Layout” (landscape) and “Options: Headers and footers” (unchecked). The image below shows the settings that should be selected.
Adjust the Page Layout for your printer
If you are missing the sides of the card when you print them, you can adjust the scale of the page in the printing options. If you still have problems printing your cards, please report the issue with a Support ticket so we can take a look.
In addition, to make your game more attractive, print bingo cards on multi-colored paper. If you intend to play several games in a row, print the cards of each game on different colored paper. At the beginning of each game, the participants specify the color of the card that will be used during the game.