I cant print out storage life of groceriesgreenspun.com : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread
I'm new at computer stuff. I found a web-site that has 18-pages of storage life of groceries. Even though I moved it as much as I could into the center of the screen, when I print it out, it cuts of a substancial portion of it. I dont see a "no frames" option. Can anyone help?
-- madeline (email@example.com), September 27, 1998
Do you have the URL?
I got something like this at http://www.ge ocities.com/~wlwoman/food/expdat.htm
I had no problem printing.
-- Mike (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 27, 1998.
Is the page a frameset? What is the URL of the page? If it is a frameset I can tell you how to call up just the frame you need to print.
-- Craig (email@example.com), September 27, 1998.
Try clicking on the "Font" symbol one or more times on the upper bar on your web browser to reduce the font size on the screen. I have found this on occasion to shrink the size of the report to fit on a page. Another altenative is to go to "Page Setup" and set the page orientation to "Landscape" instead of "Portrait" - that way the page width is much wider - it just takes more pages to print. <<<<<>>>>>.....
-- Dan Hunt (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 27, 1998.
If your problem was the same as mine, losing the last 4 characters on each line, the easy way is to highlight the WHOLE THING ( the slow way, mouse at bottom and hold the button and go to the top) and then "Control P" which Win95 interprets as a print command. In the resulting menu, check the "Selection" button and hit "return"
-- Chuck a Night Driver (email@example.com), September 27, 1998.
I learned something new. That's a shortcut I never knew.
-- Craig (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 28, 1998.
Try going to Page Setup (under File menu in Netscape) and decrease the margin settings.
-- Buddy Y. (email@example.com), September 28, 1998.
Another thing I've found is that sometimes a webpage was written to be optimized either for Netscape or for Internet Explorer, but not for both (tsk, tsk). Well, if that happens, and you have both browsers installed on your machine, just open up the other browser and go to the same webpage. It should look better/print better. (No reason not to have both browsers, unless you're short on hard drive space; they're both free)
Also, for those who have Hewlett-Packard printers: there's a **free** download at the H-P website that helps in printing web pages, and it works like a charm. Have used it a bunch. http:// www.hp.com/peripherals2/webprintsmart/index.html
-- John Howard (Greenville, NC) (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 28, 1998.