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  • Helen Fuller

    Smartest thing EVER! when you have to hang something with exact holes, photocopy the back and use as a template! Such a good idea, I've pinned it in two places!

  • Jenny H

    when you have to hang something with exact holes, photocopy the back and use as a template! Try with picture frames, too

  • Jennifer Ozgul

    When you need to hang something with exact holes, make a photo copy! Photocopy Template - Woodworking Shop - American Woodworker

  • Rebecca Miller Campbell

    Recommends making a photo copy of the back of a power strip to place on the surface and make screw holes. All you need is a piece of paper and a crayon to make a rubbing, and save ink.

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