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Thread: How To Print From An Internet Browser?

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    How To Print From An Internet Browser?

    Do you want to keep a physical copy of the web page you are browsing ? If yes then you might have to spend a lot of time and money on the paper and ink. Also it might be frustrating to keep a physical copy of the pages you are browsing online. Not only the advertising print but the formatting also doesn’t work properly which results in the printed sheets with two images and no text or printed sheets with text only.

    If you select print from the browser’s file menu then it will cause the browser to send everything showing in the window to the printer.To avoid this there are few planning which must be followed .

    Option 1:- Many web pages have print page version now a days. There is a special ‘print page’ button. There are examples like ‘Google Maps’ which allows you to bring up in another window for the customization of your printing options which will include how many and what size maps to add to your printed directions.

    Option 2 :- And if there is no specific print version button then you have to decide how much you want to print. For printing a small section ,Read more at Trendsetter blog.
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    Nice article, and even this page has a printer friendly page: http://www.saverscene.com.au/computi...ser-print.html

    Whenever I make a purchase online I save the web page, it's come in handy many times as I've been able to email it to companies who say things like "we never had that offer on" I had to do it to Telstra once when they offered unlimited broadband, and that was what I'd signed up for.... They honoured it until the end of the contract then forced me to the small 20GB a month for an extra $10 per month! Couldn't stand Telstra, but they were the only ones offering decent ADSL broadband in 2000 where I lived in Sydney.
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    @ Gav, Really glad that i could add some value here, Thanks really appriciated
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