Each month our very talented Scott Cooper designs an awesome #Anywhere5K race bib. We’ve got some great feedback on his creativity, and one reoccurring question on race prep, “How do you print a smaller-sized bib?”
It’s simple. Just follow these instructions and you’ll be rockin’ a smaller, run-friendly bib.
Printing Your #Anywhere5K Race Bib
The instructions you need will differ depending on whether you’re using a Mac or PC. So, Mac users keep reading. PC users, jump down to the Windows instructions.
MAC 1. Download the race bib and double-click the bib file to open it up in Preview. Notice how the bib is currently filling the entire preview pane. Let’s fix that.
MAC 2. Press COMMAND (⌘) + P to open the Print dialog box.
MAC 3. Click the circle next to Scale and change the scale to 40% in the box to the right OR, click Copies per page and select 2.
MAC 4. Click Print.
PC 1. Download the race bib and double-click the bib file to open it up in Windows Photo Viewer. Notice how the bib is currently filling the entire photo viewer. Let’s fix that.
PC 2. Press CONTROL + P to open the Print dialog box.
PC 3. Click the 5 x 7 in option on the right. When you do you’ll see the full page preview change to a half page.
PC 4. Click Print.
Cut out your bib, write your name on it, and slide it into a quart-sized Ziploc bag. Come race day pin it to your clothing with safety pins and go run your own race. Just be sure to take a photo before, during, and after the race so you can share it with the #Anywhere5K community!