PASSION FOR COMPUTERS
PROTECT INK FLOW
Print out a page or two once every 1-2 weeks even if you don't need to-- this will prevent the ink in your cartridges
from drying out.


PRINT ONLY PART OF A WEB PAGE:
Place mouse at the end of the info you want to capture. Hold left the mouse key down and drag upwards to the
beginning of the info.  It's now highlighted.  Click to print-- but before giving your printer the final OK, look for a
box labeled
SELECTION.  Choose this box first, click Apply and/or OK, and print.  Only what you highlighted will
print.


PRINT ONLY CERTAIN PAGES:
Click Print Preview. Note the total number of pages shown at the bottom of the window, and use the arrows to
view the pages and decide which ones you need to print.   Click to print the document and look for a setting
entitled Page Range or something to that effect.  Enter number(s) in the box as follows:  to print only page one,
enter a 1.  To print only pages one and two, enter 1-2 -- and so on.  (The dash key between the numbers is on the
second row from the top on your keyboard, next to the + key. )


WEB PAGES PRINT OUT TOO TINY:
On Internet Explorer's toolbar, look for the icon that looks like a printer.  Click the little arrow next to it and click
Print Preview.  At the top of the Print Preview window, click the arrow on the SHRINK TO FIT window and click
100%.


PAGE IS TOO WIDE -- INFO IS CUT OFF:
Click Print Preview and rest your mouse on one of the two-sided white arrows at the top of the page. The words
ADJUST MARGIN will appear.  Move the left margin over as far as you can by clicking the arrow and sliding it to the
left.  Do the same with the right arrow.  If the info that was cut off is now visible, click the Printer icon and print
the document.  If moving the margins was still not enough to show all of the info, click the small A on the toolbar
to print the page "the long way".  This is called
Landscape.
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