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Fill part image with white for printing on transparent paper for sticker


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Hi all. Hoping someone can help.
I'm trying to create stickers for RC airplane wings.
The sticker paper is transparent with a white paper backing which needs to be removed after printing.
Part of the sticker is white while the other parts are dark blue and red as in the stars and stripes banner used on us Air force plane wings. (See Image)
However, when I print the image, the white areas such as the star is transparent instead of white.
I've tried to use the paint bucket and right clicking on the area to make the same as the secondary color but still remains clear or transparent after printing.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 

Stras and banner correct for wing.jpg

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15 minutes ago, toe_head2001 said:

Most consumer printers don't have white ink, and when a printer does support white ink, it's crazy expensive.

 

I suggest going to a local print shop; it would be cheaper.

OK. Thanks. That didn't occur to me and you're right. My printer doesn't support white ink.

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