Save File

Save File This will save the file you are currently working on. You can then come back to the file and use it again at a later date continuing from where you left off. Note that all PrintIT™ files acquire a .pit file extension in order to retain their positioning


Files saved using PrintIT™ can take up a lot of space. If you are saving items such as a group of labels, and all the labels have been produced from one label by using Template copy you can save a lot of disk space by doing the following. Clear all of the labels except one, then save as normal. When you need to use the labels load it in as normal and then use the Fill Page (Template Copy) function.