Where is the print button on the newly formatted pages?
I can't seem to find the print option which used to convert the article into a printable version.
They don't print nicely at all anymore, in any case (text and photos printing willy nilly, on top of each other, random blank page, ads over top of stuff, etc.). :-( I hate that. I like having hard-copy backups of all of my work. Printing is the easiest for visitors to our pages to read our articles offline, too, or to show them to someone else who doesn't have Internet access.
by Rajan Singh Jolly5 years ago
On the newly published hubs I do not see the 'Link to this page' button ?It was present earlier at the bottom of the hub. How do I share my hubs with my referral tracker in it now?
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 Michael Willis6 years ago
Don't know if this could be an easy addition or major update to HubPages, but I was hoping if there would be a way to add a capsule that is capable of being "printable."This would come in handy and very...
by Karen Wardle9 years ago
Hi. I wasn't sure exactly where to post this question so I am hoping that someone out there can offer some suggestions.I have completed a 25 page document that was done in publisher. I have converted it to a pdf ...
by Michael S.5 years ago
Do you give more attention to new formatted hubber profiles over the old?The new profile formatting is a real improvement in look and usability. Some hubber's profiles are awesome. Does this make you frown on those who...
by Mike Russo5 years ago
In the previous release of hub pages, there was a print feature where one could print the hub page they were viewing. I thought it was very well thought out. It had options for printing the page with graphic...
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