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printing a partial part of text

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by cmed, Jan 17, 2002.

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  1. cmed

    cmed Thread Starter

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    Sometimes when doing research I'd like to print only a small section of what I'm reading. Is there a way to do this with out having to print the entire subject matter? Thanks as always
     
  2. SavvyLady

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    hi cmed

    not sure if there is a proper way to fo that but I have worked around it by copying what I want & pasting it to notepad then
    printing it out....
     
  3. SyscoKid

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    What program are you printing from? If you select some text, then click on File, Print, under the Page Range heading most programs have an option for "Selection", which prints only what you've highlighted.
     
  4. cmed

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    Thanks for the help--On the page range heading it does show a square for selection but a placing a tick there doesn't allow for partial printing--The little square is there but won't work on this printer program--I use netscapt 4.79 and have Me and a lexmark 1100 printer--It's small and slow--I will try the copy and paste method--Thanks for the help--
     
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