Need to print a list in black & white

  1. milford's Avatar
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    Need to print a list in black & white


    I need software that will let me print and invert in black & white.

    http://dogfoodselector.com/can-dogs-eat-human-foods/

    At the bottom of the page is a list I need to print out.
    1) I need this in black & white.
    2) I need to invert this so I get black letters against a white background.

    I can print this with white letters against a black background (in monochrome), but i'll use up too much black ink. What I want to do is invert the colors so that I get regular black letters against a white background.

    Any have any ideas?
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  2. cereberus's Avatar
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    Well, more importantly is why you want to feed a dog human food?

    Although dogs are capable of eating human food, they should be fed proper dog food nutrionally balanced for them. The odd human treat is not an issue.



    Regarding list - there is not that much info, you could easily type it in in 30 mins, or use new dictation keyboard tool.
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  3. Bree's Avatar
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    cereberus said:
    Regarding list - there is not that much info, you could easily type it in in 30 mins, or use new dictation keyboard tool.
    Or try OCR?

    ...the OCR feature is already there in OneNote. Copy and paste the image you want to do OCR on, then right click on the image & click on “Copy text from picture”.
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  4. milford's Avatar
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    cereberus said:
    Well, more importantly is why you want to feed a dog human food?

    Although dogs are capable of eating human food, they should be fed proper dog food nutrionally balanced for them. The odd human treat is not an issue.
    I'm looking at a can of Merrick dog food. Ingredients are: Beef, beef broth, chicken broth, chicken, beef liver, dried egg products, potatoes, apples, cane molasses, alfalfa meal, guar gum, minerals, vitamins, niacin, riboflavin, folic acid, xanthan gum, caramel color, flaxseed oil, and cinnamon.

    If thats not human food, what DO you feed a dog? My dog has allergies. Just like a human. I have to read every label of dog food to see what she can eat. I care about my dog. If you look at dog forums, you will see people talking about making their own dog food (using human food) so they know whats going into their own dog. They don't buy ready made dog food.

    What do you consider "proper dog food"?

    Regarding the list. I got it. Took something called paint.net, and Photos in Windows 10 to get it.
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  5. cereberus's Avatar
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    milford said:
    I'm looking at a can of Merrick dog food. Ingredients are: Beef, beef broth, chicken broth, chicken, beef liver, dried egg products, potatoes, apples, cane molasses, alfalfa meal, guar gum, minerals, vitamins, niacin, riboflavin, folic acid, xanthan gum, caramel color, flaxseed oil, and cinnamon.

    If thats not human food, what DO you feed a dog? My dog has allergies. Just like a human. I have to read every label of dog food to see what she can eat. I care about my dog. If you look at dog forums, you will see people talking about making their own dog food (using human food) so they know whats going into their own dog. They don't buy ready made dog food.

    What do you consider "proper dog food"?

    Regarding the list. I got it. Took something called paint.net, and Photos in Windows 10 to get it.
    If dog has allergies, your vet should recommend appropriate diets/foods that are suitable. I would never use advice from a website in this sort of situation. Too many online Quacks. By all means read and understand what is said online but your vet should really be principal advisor.
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  6. milford's Avatar
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    cereberus said:
    If dog has allergies, your vet should recommend appropriate diets/foods that are suitable. I would never use advice from a website in this sort of situation. Too many online Quacks. By all means read and understand what is said online but your vet should really be principal advisor.
    Gee, where do you think I got the advice to read labels. What to look for? And there are Vets that will actually help you to make your own dog food.

    "Never use advice from a website..." Does that include 10 Forums?
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  7. Clint's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
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    I did this for you. You could still do a little more in Paint to correct the spaces in letters.
    Need to print a list in black & white-can-dogs-eat-human-foods-infographic2.png
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  8. Edwin's Avatar
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       #8

    I was thinkin PDF!

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