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This page explains how The Lottery Picker© 2015 v10 can print your Powerball
play-slips as well as how easily it can print your Mega
This program can now Re-Print certain Play-Slips from a large
batch of Slips that
were cut long/short from the factory.
Read more about this NEW function here.
TIP: Hover your mouse over the photos to get help on a particular
You get to this window by
clicking the RED Ticket
icon from the toolbar of the Main form.
From this window (Shown
Above) is where you make your settings to print your lottery
(top example)) From this window is where you make your
settings to print your lottery play slips. When you open this window
all your Keeper numbers from the currently loaded Keeper file are displayed
with check boxes next to each. All numbers that are checked will be
printed. Just under the Keeper check box you will see a number that
tell you how many Keeper numbers you currently have selected. In the
above examples it says "11 Selected"
(top example)) The next box over called
"Multi-Draw?" has 7 round option
buttons within it. As you may already know, the Powerball will
allow you to buy tickets good for up to 26 drawings or more. This
is the box where you pick how many drawings you would like to play on
the selected numbers. In the top example above (Top Photo), "4"
is selected which means when these play slips are printed, all the
numbers bought will be good for
4 Powerball drawings.
and Test Printer Output) If you
check the box "Print test slip" then
click the Print button, the program will print your Play-Slip, filling
in each block in the slip. If the printing alignment is off a
little for your printer, just click on the link "Calibrate
Printer" as shown to the left. This will open up
the settings window where you can adjust the Vertical and Horizontal
alignment of the printer output.
(top example)) The
check box just to the right is the
Power Play? option (MegaPlier?
option when playing Mega Millions). If you select this, the
printed slips will be marked with the
MegaPlier) option. As you may already know, selecting
PowerPlay option gives you the chance to
multiply your winnings. This does not include the jackpot prize.
For example, if you hit all 5 white lottery balls but not the Powerball
you would currently win $1 Million. If you played the
PowerPlay option, your winnings would be $2 Million.
Print Windows above) Just under the
PowerPlay check box is a box with a green number in it.
This is the number of Play-Slips you will need to put into the printer
to print all the numbers that are selected on the left. This will
change according to the number of numbers you are selecting because only
5 numbers can be printed on each play slip. The examples above
shows 11 numbers checked and ready to print so the program has
calculated the number of Play-Slips needed will be
Print Windows above) In the lower left part of the window
in RED is the "Cost to Play" area.
When changing any of the above selections, this amount will change to
reflect the cost to you for playing a given number of numbers, how may
drawings you opt to play, and whether or not you selected the
(or MegaPlier) option. In the
TOP "Powerball" example, it will cost you
$88.00 to play 11 numbers good for 4 drawings.
This cost is without the "PowerPlay
option selected. Had the PowerPlay
option been selected, the cost would have been
you have all your options set the way that you want to play just click
the print button at the bottom. Or click Close to abort the
Print Windows above) The Drop-Down List-Box titled "State
Slips To Print". This is where you select from which
State you get your Play-Slips. Most States Play-Slips differ a
little in there size and format. As I test and confirm
compatibility of printing with the different States Slips, I add them to
this list for you to choose from. I do personal FREE upgrades in
which the benefit will be for many. If you find your State will
not work for you, Just send me some play-slips (100 or so ) from your
state and I will make a personal upgrade for your State.
(Mega Millions Print Window bottom)
The settings are similar to the Powerball Print Window.