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In my oven this morning is a Blueberry-Sour Cream cake to celebrate my neighbor's 85th bityhday!  Wow, will she be surprised when I take it to her this afternoon!  It's a new recipe I 've ne
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Re: A Blueberry-Sour Cream Cake!

posted at 1/10/2011 10:38 PM EST
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Susan - would you help me buy a new one? Wink    I want a new one so badly but I have no idea how to get all my precious "stuff" out of this old one into a new one.
Oh, there's so much I don't know ...............

Re: A Blueberry-Sour Cream Cake!

posted at 1/11/2011 7:51 AM EST
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 Susan K.  Yippee ......It worked.  I thought I tried that yesterday but I guess I didn't drag when I shoulda.
Wow what a start to a day.  Don't ya just love it when things start out good?
Thanks!

Re: A Blueberry-Sour Cream Cake!

posted at 1/11/2011 8:34 AM EST
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Great!!  -- Nikki -- wonderful. 

Re: A Blueberry-Sour Cream Cake!

posted at 1/11/2011 4:34 PM EST
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In Response to Re: A Blueberry-Sour Cream Cake!:
Susan - would you help me buy a new one?      I want a new one so badly but I have no idea how to get all my precious "stuff" out of this old one into a new one. Oh, there's so much I don't know ...............
Posted by Nancy G


Nancy...

The only way you can load from one computer to another computer is if you are backing up your files!  You will need CD's to save your info on and your computer should have the capabilities to back up your files giving you step by step instructions.  But, if you are going to buy a new one, maybe the sales person or computer tech will do that for you!  Try to make that part of the purchase deal!


Re: A Blueberry-Sour Cream Cake!

posted at 1/11/2011 4:36 PM EST
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In Response to Re: A Blueberry-Sour Cream Cake!:
 Susan K.  Yippee ......It worked.  I thought I tried that yesterday but I guess I didn't drag when I shoulda. Wow what a start to a day.  Don't ya just love it when things start out good? Thanks!
Posted by nikki p


Way to go Nikki!  Yes, it does make you feel good...I'm so glad it worked for you!

Your very welcome!

Re: A Blueberry-Sour Cream Cake!

posted at 1/13/2011 12:28 PM EST
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Thanks for the instructions on how to print recipes posted on the forum.  I'm mostly computer illiterate and have to get husband to help me a lot.
Coffee cake recipe sounds great.  I have one I got from a friend that uses either cherry or blueberry pie filling that is fantastic. Everywhere I take it there's none left to take home.
I bake a lot of muffins, in fact so many that I don't even need to look at a recipe anymore (unless it is something special). As my sister and I say, "you can put anything in muffins".   A 1/2 cup of grapenuts left in the box?  Put into the muffins.  I use whole wheat flour, rolled oats, odd bits of cereal, that last banana nobody will eat.  Adding nuts, raisins or chocolate chips makes them tasty.

Re: A Blueberry-Sour Cream Cake!

posted at 1/14/2011 1:12 PM EST
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In Response to Re: A Blueberry-Sour Cream Cake!:
Thanks for the instructions on how to print recipes posted on the forum.  I'm mostly computer illiterate and have to get husband to help me a lot. Coffee cake recipe sounds great.  I have one I got from a friend that uses either cherry or blueberry pie filling that is fantastic. Everywhere I take it there's none left to take home. I bake a lot of muffins, in fact so many that I don't even need to look at a recipe anymore (unless it is something special). As my sister and I say, "you can put anything in muffins".   A 1/2 cup of grapenuts left in the box?  Put into the muffins.  I use whole wheat flour, rolled oats, odd bits of cereal, that last banana nobody will eat.  Adding nuts, raisins or chocolate chips makes them tasty.
Posted by JUDY O


Judy...

Your welcome! 

Would you please share your friends recipe with us?   Thanks!

 

Re: A Blueberry-Sour Cream Cake!

posted at 1/14/2011 1:24 PM EST
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Ladies...

Here is another printing tip!  When you are on the print preview screen and when you make your changes to "As selected on screen", right along side of that is "Shrink to fit", change that to 100% and the printing will be larger when you print. 

Need help with this, ask and I wll help you!

Re: A Blueberry-Sour Cream Cake!

posted at 1/14/2011 2:57 PM EST
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OK Susan (thanks SO much for advice - Please keep it coming)
I highlighted your advice:

Here is another printing tip!  When you are on the print preview screen and make the changes to "As selected on screen", right along side of that is "Shrink to fit", change that to 100% and the printing will be larger when you print. 

and put it on the Preview Screen and clicken on 100% in Shrink to Fit ......
The print remained the exact same size but in lines so long and wide it wouldn't/couldn't  print all of it  - it just printed what it could "see".

Did I make any sense?  I'm going to try again

Re: A Blueberry-Sour Cream Cake!

posted at 1/15/2011 7:46 PM EST
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In Response to Re: A Blueberry-Sour Cream Cake!:
OK Susan (thanks SO much for advice - Please keep it coming) I highlighted your advice: Here is another printing tip!  When you are on the print preview screen and make the changes to "As selected on screen", right along side of that is "Shrink to fit", change that to 100% and the printing will be larger when you print.  and put it on the Preview Screen and clicken on 100% in Shrink to Fit ...... The print remained the exact same size but in lines so long and wide it wouldn't/couldn't  print all of it  - it just printed what it could "see". Did I make any sense?  I'm going to try again
Posted by Nancy G


Nancy...

When I printed out my recipe, I noticed that the print was small.  So, when I tried to print another recipe, I noticed the pull down box along side of where we changed the pull down from "As laid out on screen to "As slected on screen".  The pull down had "Shrink to fit" so I clicked in the arrow and made the change to 100%.  When it printed, the print was a little bigger and easier to read.  So I thought I would tell you all.  It's hard to explain but I was hoping you get it.

Did I explain it any better?  Let me know how it goes...I will try to help you!
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