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Printing From ILW.COM

Technical limitations on our site cause the edge of the text to be cut off some pages when printed on 8 1/2 x 11 paper. Until we can make changes to the menu strip which appears on all the pages on the site we suggest the following solutions:

  1. Printing from your Internet Browser: Go to the "File Option" on the menu bar on either the Netscape or Internet Explorer then choose "Page Setup." Adjust the settings of the right and left margins to about 0.25 inches respectively. The top and bottom margins need not be adjusted. Hit "OK." Go back to your "File Option" and click on "Print" and then "OK."


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    If this does not work for you, print the page in landscape format. To print in landscape mode open the print dialog box. It will have a "Properties" button. Click on it and change the orientation of the paper from "portrait" to "landscape." Hit "OK" and "print."

  3. Paste text into your word processor: In order to avoid printing our menu strip, place your mouse over the start of the article you want to print. Click down and drag your mouse to the end of the article while keeping the mouse pressed down. This should highlight the entire article. Now select the "Copy" menu item from the "Edit" menu of your browser. Start your word processor with an empty document. Select "paste." Now use the print function of your word processor.
  4. Highlight the text in Internet Explorer: Rather than copying and pasting the information into your word processor, many readers have found that they are able to highlight the relevant text and then select the "Print" menu item under the "File" pull down menu of Internet Explorer. After selecting the Print menu item, select the "Selection" radio button under "Print Range." Otherwise it will still print the whole document even if you have highlighted only a portion of it. The information should print out with the appropriate width and without cutting out any text. Unfortunately, this method seems to work only in Internet Explorer.
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