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ann.corbett 7 months ago updated by Arthur Lawson (Answers in Genesis - Web Support Analyst) 7 months ago 1
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I love that the teacher's can now easily preview the lesson supplements using this digital software. One question that has come up....could there be an option to print the lesson illustrations in color? Thank you!
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Hello Ann,

We didn't convert any of the illustrations to black and white, so if you're seeing them like that, it was intentional (such as the coloring sheets). If they are in color and your printer is printing them in B&W, that is a printer setting that needs to be changed.

We also noticed that you created a new class for each lesson; that runs counter to the rotating lesson access module, as well as causing more work to set up each lesson. The classes are meant to house all the lessons for each grade being taught, and will automatically update the access window to be 1 past, 1 present, and 3 future lessons once the lesson is over. Just wanted to let you know you're doing more work than you need to.

Blessings,

Arthur

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Hello Ann,

We didn't convert any of the illustrations to black and white, so if you're seeing them like that, it was intentional (such as the coloring sheets). If they are in color and your printer is printing them in B&W, that is a printer setting that needs to be changed.

We also noticed that you created a new class for each lesson; that runs counter to the rotating lesson access module, as well as causing more work to set up each lesson. The classes are meant to house all the lessons for each grade being taught, and will automatically update the access window to be 1 past, 1 present, and 3 future lessons once the lesson is over. Just wanted to let you know you're doing more work than you need to.

Blessings,

Arthur