How do I print my BIT for lamination

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How do I print my BIT for lamination

Postby 0xabaddeed » Wed Sep 11, 2013 12:04 pm

I seem to be missing this simple step. Thanks in advance
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Re: How do I print my BIT for lamination

Postby 0xabaddeed » Wed Sep 11, 2013 8:14 pm

I figured it out - at the bottom on the edit page there was an option to print it. I got it printed and laminated. :-) It was not clear to me that the act of Creating the BitCache also would be the path to printing it. I thought I was going to print it first, then 'create' it - meaning that the registration would be separate from the printing.
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Re: How do I print my BIT for lamination

Postby Mr.Yuck » Wed Sep 11, 2013 11:21 pm

0xabaddeed wrote:I figured it out - at the bottom on the edit page there was an option to print it. I got it printed and laminated. :-) It was not clear to me that the act of Creating the BitCache also would be the path to printing it. I thought I was going to print it first, then 'create' it - meaning that the registration would be separate from the printing.


Glad you figured it out! That's what these forums are for, I guess. :mrgreen: I recently hid 3 of them in Ohio (I live in NY, about 180 miles away), but I knew my target areas, so I just threw in the rough coordinates of nearby Geocaching.com caches, and updated them after I actually placed them. You could use Google Earth too, of course, I remember doing that once before I actually went out and placed one. I suppose we're not as high tech as Munzee, but Geocaching in general is not as high tech as Munzee.
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Re: How do I print my BIT for lamination

Postby TermiteHunter » Thu Sep 12, 2013 7:24 pm

For those rough coordinates just use the map on OpenCaching.us.
Coordinates are updated as you move the cursor at the bottom of the map.

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