1 - Open Hori EX2 template, increase/reduce the resolution to match your art (or just use 300)
2 - Paste your art in
3 - Rearrange art and hide layout if desired (mistakes will look less obvious with the layout hidden)
4 - Save to flash drive, take it to Kinko’s
5 - Tell them to not stretch it to fit and just print at your resolution on the smallest piece of paper that will fit (if you don’t tell them, they will stretch it or print it at 100dpi and it will come out terribly wrong)
6 - Get lamilabel if you need it (you probably do unless you got plexi for your Hori EX2), good luck applying it perfectly to your panel
If I have an image that’s 2500x1373 @ 200DPI, according to that, the size will be 12.5x6.87, that’s going to be the physical size of the print right?
What can I do so that I can print the layout ONTOP of the image so that it comes out the exact size I need to pit on the EX2? Say I have the button/stick holes layer on top of the image, what do I need to do to ensure that when printed out, that layer is the exact needed size? (I’m guessing resizing the template does not = perfect size.)