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If you still don’t receive the email after you waited patiently a bit and you’re positive you used the correct email address and checked your spam and promotion folders, contact me and I can send you the file directly.
Even if you’ve filled out every free download form on this site you will not receive the same email more than once to the same email address. You will, however, receive multiples of the same email if you sign up using alternate/additional email addresses.
Unfortunately downloaded files don’t always work well on tablets and phones. Open the email on your desktop or laptop computer and download it to that device. If you need it on your device you can email the PDF to yourself and download it to your device.
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Though it might seem like nothing is happening, something might be. After you click the button look around for the file on your computer. The file might automatically download to your desktop, documents, or downloads folder. Check those locations first.
If the file isn’t in those 3 places, do a file search on your computer for a ZIP file with “dreamalittlebigger”.
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Need help on where to look? Find downloaded files on an Apple device. Find downloaded files on an Android device.
If you cannot locate the file, please try downloading the file to a desktop or laptop computer.
PDF is just a file format that holds images and text in an easily printable layout and is one of the most common files in the world. To access a PDF file you might be able to use your internet browser or you might need to download a free PDF reader. For more information please visit our PDF FAQ page.
Your PDF is zipped into a folder with other images and cut files plus a Read Me file that explains what you can and cannot do with the design. A ZIP file is just a folder that contains several documents and must be unzipped to access the files inside. We offer our free files in ZIP files because they are compressed making them easier to transfer and download. Learn how to open a ZIP File.
To open a PDF you will need a PDF reader. PDF files were invented by Adobe and they offer their Adobe Reader for free. You can download Adobe Reader here.
Once downloaded and installed you can double-click on the PDF on your computer to open it in Adobe Reader.
To print a PDF you will need a PDF reader. PDF files were invented by Adobe and they offer their Adobe Reader for free. You can download Adobe Reader here.
Double-click on the PDF file to open it in Adobe Reader. Select “File” at the top of the screen and scroll down to “Print”.
Go through the PDF file and determine which pages you want to print. In the pop up under “Pages to Print” you can click the satellite button next to “Pages” and then input the number of the pages you want to print separated by commas. e.g. To print pages 2, 7 and 25 you would type in “2, 7, 25”.
Install and open the Acrobat Reader App from the App Store. On the bottom menu select “Files”. Locate the PDF and tap it to open. For more information, please visit: How to Read PDFs on iPhone.
With the PDF open on your Apple device, tap the “Share” button. Select “print”. You’ll need to have access to a printer via WIFI to print from an Apple device.
Install and open the Acrobat Reader App from Google Play. On the bottom menu select “Files”. Locate the PDF and tap it to open. For more information, please visit: How to Read PDFs on an Android.
With the PDF open on your Android device, tap the 3 dots and then the printer icon. In the printer options select your printer. Tap print. You’ll need access to a printer via WIFI to print from an Android device. For more information, please visit: Acrobat for Android Help.
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