How do I print these at home?
Buy heavyweight paper, such as cardstock or index card weight paper (120lb will be the best). Some printers can also print on glossy heavyweight paper, but this is a more costly option.
The easiest way to print is to use Acrobat Reader’s print settings (File->Print). The print dialog box will look like this and will allow you to print multiple cards on one page. Switch to landscape mode to get the cards to be larger and choose 2×2. You will need 16 pieces of heavy paper to make a complete deck with the year dividers. We highly recommend that you print single-sided with the first card in the template as a divider card. Most game moderators use this option and the game is just as effective because there is nothing critical on the other side except branding.
Lastly, trim along the inner crop marks of the template. If you haven’t done this before, we recommend using a box cutter with a sharp blade and a ruler. If you do not have one at home, most paper copy stores like Office Depot or Staples have one by their photocopiers.
This is not the only way to print the cards but it is the fastest to set up for some people.
FOR USERS WITH ADVANCED PRINTING EXPERIENCE
If you want to print double-sided, duplicate the first card of your licensed template with Acrobat Pro (hold down Option key or Control key) or Mac Preview (hold down Option key). This is what your file needs to look like (click on the image to see it better):
Then to print use these options–especially important if you have a duplexer to print on landscape mode so that the cards will line up properly (click on the image to see it better). This example is set up to just print pages 1-8 so you have one test page. If it works for you, you can change it to print All pages.