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Old 08-15-2016, 04:16 PM   #1
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printing out the forum posts


is there a simple way of printing the posts to my question?
one page of it covered 11 pages!
due to all the extra stuff on the pages

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Old 08-15-2016, 04:28 PM   #2
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Barring some help from the admins on this, I would copy and paste to a Word doc and then edit out that which you did not want to print.
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I like stick/shift's answer. As for your pop-up, I've not seen that but do know that accessing this site on Windows Explorer is very slow. Try Firefox or something similar that blocks all the advertising, add-ons, pop-ups, etc.
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thanks
I would need to edit 55 pages!
there should be a better way!
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I didn't say there shouldn't be a better way but I gave you a way which will work right now. A different browser may help, I don't know; I have never printed from this or other forum sites.
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How about under thread tools at the top trying the "show printable version"
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Hey there

As joed mentioned, there is the Printable version of the threads - it cuts it down a bit. You may still want to copy, paste and edit some stuff out, since there are so many pages in the thread you want to print. Maybe just pick and choose the top posts you'd like to keep?

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17 pages. I put it on a PDF!
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