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How to print pages on this website.

Hi,

Some of you may not be familiar with how to print pages on a website that uses frames. This website uses frames, so here's the quick and easy way of printing here:

PC users -

Just right click your mouse (or left click if you've got you mouse set up that way because you're left handed). You will see a window open. Move down the menu to highlight the print option and then left click. You document will either print right away or you will see a window open to confirm your request. If the confirmation window opens make sure you have the "print all"pages selected and then click "OK".

Mac users -

Use the "command + click" option. You will see a window open. Move down the menu to highlight the print option and then left click. You document will either print right away or you will see a window open to confirm your request. If the confirmation window opens make sure you have the "print all"pages selected and then click "OK".

Mozilla Users - Your instructions are inside this box.
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Printing a Page

To print the current page:

  • Select File > Print.

To print selected text:

  • Select the text in the current page.
  • Select File > Print. The print dialog box will appear.
  • Under Print Range, click Selection.

The web page's author and the size of the printed page, not the size of the on screen window, determine placement of content on the printed page. Text is wrapped and graphics are repositioned to accommodate paper size.

Using Print Preview

To have an early look at how a page will look before it is printed, you can use Print Preview:

  • Select File > Print Preview.

In Print Preview, you can do the following with pages you want to print:

  • View a preview of each page: Click the Next , Previous , First , or Last button to move between pages.

  • Change the scale (size) of pages: In the Scale drop-down menu, choose "50%" to make each page half the size of the original page. To automatically resize pages so that they fit the width of the paper, choose "Shrink to Fit". You can also type in your own percentage by choosing "Custom...".

  • Change the orientation of the page: Choose Portrait to position the page with the shorter side facing up. Choose Landscape to position the page sideways with the longer side facing up.

    Go to Page Setup: Click Page Setup to further customize pages you want to print.

  • Go to Print: Click Print to print the pages.

    Note: Some Print Preview functions are different or unavailable on Mac OS and Linux.

Using Page Setup

Note: Some Page Setup functions are different or unavailable on Mac OS and Linux.

To customize how pages are printed in Firefox, you can use Page Setup:

  • Select File > Page Setup.

In Page Setup, you can change the following settings for pages you want to print:

Format & Options: Choose the orientation, scale, and other options:

Orientation:
Portrait: Choose this portrait button to position the page normally, with the shorter side facing up.
+ Landscape: Choose this landscape button to position the page sideways, with the longer side facing up.
o Scale: Type in a percentage of the original size. For example, type "50" to make each page half the size of the original page.
+ Shrink To Fit Page Width: Select this to automatically resize the page to the width of the paper.
o Options:
+ Print Background (colors and images): Select this to print background images and colors. If unselected only pictures and color in the foreground (in front) are printed.
o Margins & Header/Footer: Click this tab to set up margins, headers, and footers:
* Margins:
o Top, Bottom, Left, Right: Type a margin in the given units for the top, bottom, left, and right margins.
* Headers & Footers: Each drop-down list represents either a header or a footer area. The top row of drop-down lists are for the left, center, and right header areas. The bottom row are for the left, center, and right footer areas. In each drop-down list, choose one of the following options:
o --blank--: Show nothing in this area.
o Title: Show the web page title.
o URL: Show the web page URL (URL's usually start with "http://").
o Date/Time: Show the date and time when the web page is printed.
o Page #: Show the page number of each page.
o Page # of #: Show the page number along with the total number of pages. For example, if you print a five page web page, "3 of 5" would be shown on the third page.