Sylvia from NYC writes:
Very often in reading your tech tips, there is a question or tip that I would like to print for future reference, but don’t want to print the entire e-mail. Is there a way of highlighting a portion to print just that part. If not, please explain if and how it can be done. Thanx.
Sylvia, for our tips, it is pretty easy. At the bottom of each article in the newsletter, you’ll notice the option to click on a printer friendly version of the article.
When you click on that link, you’ll be taken to a page like this that displays the article in a print-friendly format.
Many websites offer printer-friendly versions of articles. For example if I choose print recipe on this site…
A printer-friendly version of just the recipe I want and without any additional information from the website.
Another option would be to copy the information you wish to print by clicking at the beginning, holding down shift and clicking at the end.
You can then press the Ctrl key + C or right click on the selection and select Copy.
Then open a new document in a program like Word or Open Office and press Ctrl +V or right click and select Paste.
The information will then appear in the document. You can then save it and print it.
2 thoughts on “How Can I Print Part Of A Newsletter?”
EXCELLENT ! ! Thank you.
It’s a good idea to check that the printer-friendly version is the same. It might not be for one reason or another.