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jb7

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I would like to know how to get the pages numbered when printing material off the web. I have a HP 697C & running Windows 95.

thanks in advance
 
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You did not state what browser you were using, but here are the instructions for IE 6.0 (found by using "Help", "context and Indexes" and typing "page number" in the index search:

To change how a Web page looks when it prints

On the File menu, click Page Setup.
In the Margins boxes, type the margin measurements in inches.
Under Orientation, click either Portrait or Landscape to specify whether you want the page printed vertically or horizontally.
In the Header and Footer boxes, specify the information to be printed by using the following variables. Variables can be combined with text (for example, Page &p of &P).
To print this Type this
Window title &w
Page address (URL) &u
Date in short format (as specified by Regional Settings in Control Panel) &d
Date in long format (as specified by Regional Settings in Control Panel) &D
Time in the format specified by Regional Settings in Control Panel &t
Time in 24-hour format &T
Current page number &p
Total number of pages &P
Right-aligned text (following &b) &b
Centered text (between &b&b) &b&b
A single ampersand (&) &&
 

jb7

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I am using IE 6 & now it works.
Thank you wausau99 for your help.
 
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