Selected print?


Simple question please.

Why is it that most of your information on How To do things, (and a lot of other Websites also) nearly always tells you how to do it when using Internet Explorer. Or downloads, etc. won't work unless using Internet Explorer. I happen to use Netscape exclusively. Can't stand IE, and so therefore am rarely ever able to get any info. on How To Do things using my Netscape.

Have been using computers now for 15 years, and still cannot figure out how to use IE's Bookmarks, while Netscapes is incredibly User Friendly and easy to use, just as a for instance.

Example.....I read on your site, that there is a way to 'copy only the particular info. that you might want to print out on a Web page', instead of the whole page or pages of info. that you don't want. But you only say how to do it with IE. Why don't you say how to do it with Netscape? Can you help please?



This question was answered on January 24, 2004. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

Basically, what you want to do is highlight the information on the webpaqge that you wish to print, once done go to print, when the print dialog box pops up it ask if you will print a page range, a selection, or the current page In this case you want to select the SELECTION option and hit print.

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Posted by Student of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on January 24, 2004