I can tell you there's no 'easy' way to do it - as in a "Print Library" button. However, there is a pretty easy - work around for those who want to print out their entire Silhouette Studio library of designs and have some time to spend on it.
The first thing you want to do is open up your Silhouette Studio design library. If you are a victim of duplicates in your design library, use the List View (circled below) and delete all of the multiples first.
In the List View you are able to select multiple files by clicking one to highlight it, then holding down Command (on a MAC) while clicking another and another.
Once you have a bunch of duplicate design files selected > right click > Delete Item.
You want to do this so you're not wasting space on your printed out library with a whole bunch of replicate designs - which seems to be the norm these days...thanks to a bug in the Cloud versions of Silhouette Studio.
The next step is to change the view of your Library to the Design View....this is when the designs are laid out in a grid and the thumbnails are larger.
Click on "Show All Designs." This puts your designs in alphabetical order.
Hover over the area between the window and the folders and when you get the double arrow pull to the left so you maximize the window with the design thumbnails.
Now, you are going to use a screen grab tool or screen print tool to take screen grabs of your Silhouette Studio library - section by section.
I am on a MAC so the quickest way for me to take screen grabs is COMMAND + SHIFT + 4 which allows me to draw a selection box around the area I want to screen grab. You should be able to capture 3-4 rows of designs in each screen grab.
To take a screen grab in Windows - use the Snipping tool. Here are several other options for taking screenshots on PC.
After you screen grab a section, scroll down the page to the next row of thumbnails and repeat....repeat until you have taken screen grabs of your entire library. WARNING: depending on how large your library is - this could take awhile. Again, this is why it's best to remove any duplicates before you begin.
Open up Word and Go to Insert > Picture > From File. Navigate to the first screen grab and click "Okay" so it opens in the Word document.
TIP: Maximize space and the size of your thumbnail files by reducing the margin size in the Word document. You can go to the Format menu to adjust the margins.
Repeat adding new images of your Silhouette Studio library to the document until they are all inserted into the Word or Google Docs file.
The final step is to print a copy of your Silhouette Studio library by printing the Word documents where you just inserted all of those screen grabs. Usually it's as simple as File > Print.
While this a good way to have a paper copy of your Silhouette Studio library there are some drawbacks. The biggest being when you add a new design to your library it won't be included in your print out.
For this reason you may considering printing your Silhouette Studio design library by folder as opposed to alphabetical order. You would repeat the steps outlined above, but instead of clicking "Show All Designs" you would select individual folders and go through the screen grabbing process that way.
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