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Dear Karen, You have been so helpful, Now when I want to print something out to keep. How can I get rid of all that junk on the sides before printing. And when writeing a post and I mispelled a word and I try to fix with backspace, and the new spelling has more letters, and that cause's the words to run together, is there a way to move everything, so I don't have to type the whole post over?
-- Irene texas (email@example.com), April 17, 2002
I can answer that one, when you want to remove letters put the blinking curser between the letters, hold down the mouse button and sweep the curser sideways to highlight the letters then press delete key. The letters will disappear, now place the curser where you want to put in other letters, press insert key then the letter and/or space bar. Maybe there are other ways, someone else care to add?
-- mitch hearn (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 17, 2002.
You can also highlight it and move it (copy it) to a "post-it note" if you have that feature on your computer, and print it from there-- especially useful for small quotes/short recipes that you want all on one page.
-- GT (email@example.com), April 17, 2002.
As far as the printing goes. Your computer is printing what is on the webpage. The only way not to print all that it "sees" is to highlight the entire text and then go to "file" then "print". The pop-up printing screen will come up. About half way down you will see some options under "print range" such as: "all" "pages" and "selection". Choose "selection" and click "ok". This will print only your selected text that you highlight and nothing else.
-- Karen (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 17, 2002.