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I wonder if a "printer friendly" option might be possible for recipe hubs. I know it shouldn't be on all hubs, because of copyright problems, but sometimes, we want to try a recipe, but to print it out from the full hub often takes like 7 sheets of paper, including as it does all of the photos and ads.
Just a thought...
What method are you using to print Hubs?
I ask because I just tested printing a recipe Hub using the Print function in multiple browsers (Chrome, Internet Explorer, Opera, and Firefox) and all of the browsers print the Hub content only without any ads or comments.
I simply highlighted the text, selected copy and pasted to Word, but it still prints all the photos the author used, so that is what takes up all the paper.
For some reason, my rather dated copy of MS Word (Y2K edition) gives me fits trying to delete things like pictures.
Yet another option takes more time, but would eliminate all the extras. I save all of my hubs after I publish them. Click and drag to highlight the text and copy into Word. Then go back through and delete whatever you don't want to print, change the font to a smaller size, and then print.
Its a good thought for those of us who like to work of the printed page. Even though I love my iPad having it written in front of me just seems easier (old fashioned I guess).
by Sinea Pies5 years ago
One of my commentors asked me how to print the recipe. She's right! We need an easy way that readers can do that!
by watergeek3 years ago
I would love, love, love to have a print option on my hubs that formats the hub correctly when it prints out! I often staff tables at environmental-type fairs and would like to share some of my hubs for fair-goers,...
by Judy Filarecki3 years ago
I have a fair number of recipe Hubs and when they were on Squidoo, there was a print option available to readers. Is there something like that on HP?
by StricktlyDating3 years ago
When I use Hubpages for mobile, my Hubs do not have any share buttons on them. I have no way to share them accept by copying the URL. But I can't share my Hubs with my Hubpages followers that way. So I switched to the...
by Dorsi Diaz9 years ago
I just wanted to make a suggestion to those that are working on making writing their career (even if you just do it for pleasure this is a good idea) -a good thing to do is to print out your hubs and put them in a ...
by Brie Hoffman5 years ago
Is there a way to print out hp articles?
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