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I love Sudoku, but I'm cheap. Sure, there are plenty of places on the net that I can do Sudoku for free. I could get five or ten ...
You'll need a pencil and eraser for the puzzles, a binder clip for help with cutting and stapling, and a folder for the cover of your book.
Can't print what you haven't made yet, right? How to make a Sudoku? I use Simple Sudoku by Angus Johnson It lets you create Sudoku puzzles, and save ...
This is the best part of the program. It lets you print all the puzzles you just created--four to a page. From the File menu, choose Print> then ...
Here are my puzzles
1) Cut them in half, lengthwise, any way you can. I like the big old fashioned paper cutters. You can use what you want. 2) Cut them in ...
This is where the binder clip comes in use. 1) Stack the puzzles close to the edge, right in the fold of the folder. 2) Close the folder ...
That's it! You're done! (Take of the binder clip, first!) I fold over the folder cover to make playing easier. There is one draw back. Some of the ...
When I started doing this, I used some PDFs I downloaded from http://www.krazydad.com. He offers PDFs with 200 puzzles in them at each of three or four levels. ...
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