How do I print your free material?
Click on the link, then click “download” and a PDF document will open. Then click on the “save” icon and save the PDF document to your computer.
You will need to have the latest version of Adobe Reader installed on your computer, which you can download free here. If you do not use the latest upgrade of Adobe Reader, the document may not print correctly.
Why can’t I can’t print your PDF files?
Please try each of the following solutions.
- Download the latest version of Adobe Reader.
- Don’t try to print from the website. Right click on the PDF file and SAVE it to your computer. Print that file, rather than printing the link on my website
- Restart your computer.
- Unplug your printer, wait 30 seconds, plug it back in, and try printing again.
- Wait until the next day and try to print again. Try to print at the least busy time.
- Try to print the material on another computer and printer.
- Some readers have reported problems with Microsoft 10. They are not able to use the default browser that comes with Microsoft 10, and are using Chrome or Internet Explorer 11 instead.
I’m truly sorry that I cannot help every teacher, but I really do not have the resources and knowledge to know why the files are not downloading correctly on your computer. If you still cannot print after you have tried all of the above, then, unfortunately, I have no other ideas. The good news is that often teachers tell me they wait a while and they are able to print them at a later time!
What is your disclosure policy?
Piano Teachers Resources is a personal blog written by Susan Paradis. This blog is sponsored by voluntary contributions from readers and does not accept paid advertising. Occasionally a small commission is received from an affiliate account link with Amazon.com for the purpose of recommending teaching material that is helpful for teachers. These links are not solicited but help support the blog.
Reviews and opinions expressed in this blog are personal views and are not compensated or solicited. The majority of the music and all of the products recommended are purchased by the blog owner for private studio use. However, in a small number of posts, Piano Teachers Resources is given a copy of the music.
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Yes. Please email me for my address! Thank you so much for your support.
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Why have you added a donate button?
This site is totally funded by donations and the small amount of items in my store. I need your help to keep the content available and to keep the website going.
Do you know there is a mistake in your music/worksheet?
I try to proofread everything, but I miss things. Please help me out by letting me know and I will fix it as soon as possible.
Can I use your art and/or music on some of the things I make for my students?
No, I own the copyright of the designs and music and it must be used only in the form that is downloaded from this site.
How To Print on Both Sides of Flashcards and other PDF documents.
Download the file by clicking the link under the image.
The file (called a PDF) will include both the front and back of the cards. I suggest you scroll through the PDF file to see all the pages before you print. When you are ready, open the printer dialog box.
Under the Pages to Print instructions in the pop-up box, select “Pages”, and then type the page numbers of the front of the cards. For example, if the font of the cards are on pages 1, 2, and 3, type 1-3. Select “Print.” Only the card numbers you typed in will print.
In order to print on the back, insert one of the pages you just printed back into your printer and type the PDF page number that contains the back of the cards. Do the same for every page that you intend to have a printed back. You will need to know which side of the paper your printer prints on, so test that out before you waste a lot of paper and ink. Every printer has a different way to do that.
Adobe Reader updates the PDF reader program regularly, so in the future, the box below may look different, but the general directions will be the same.