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HELP: How to Print out forum messages

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Frank Bertrand

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Need help in trying to print out
comments on the forum. When I asked Wayne, he said, just press print. well, when I do that I just
get what I call 'machine language' (just squares, and gibberish) in the print preview screen

Need Help, as there is much good stuff to print out.

(I didn't have any problem printing out messages on the old forum, just with this update)
 

xmrdfghap

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Frank, I copy and paste to my word processor (I use Wordperfect) those comments or posts I want to keep. It makes it easier to catalogue and print as I need them. In fact, I set up a folder for nothing but Appraisal Forum posts, with sub folders based on topics.
 

Head Surfer

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Need help in trying to print out
comments on the forum. When I asked Wayne, he said, just press print. well, when I do that I just
get what I call 'machine language' (just squares, and gibberish) in the print preview screen

Need Help, as there is much good stuff to print out.

What web browser do you use?

I use Internet Explorer 6 and when I hit "print preview" it looks exactly like the forum page. So will the printed page.
 

ocvillas1

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Frank, Goodpasture's advice is right on... I do the same, cut and paste in MS Word before printing, which saves me both paper and storage space on the shelf.
 

Jeff Horton

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Jan 15, 2002
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Certified Residential Appraiser
State
Alabama
I just highlight the parts I want and then click file then print and when the print window opens I click print selection. I just get the part I highlighted.
 
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