Is there any way to print your hubs out? I am a member of a writer's group who meet once a month.
I would like to print out some of my hubs to read to my group. Any help you can give is greatly appreciated.
You should be able to by printing the whole page.
Press ctrl + P
Press ctrl + P or go to Tools > Print > Print
Click the "Firefox" button > Print > OK
File > Print
Ctrl + Shift + P
On most browsers you can right click and then click on Print too.
You will have to manually go into each hub you want to print out. There is no option on hubpages to print them all at once.
I always preview the pages and shrink the size before I print. Less paper wasted.
1. Go to the hub you want to print
2. Right click on the page using your mouse and go to print preview.
(This will show you how many pages your hub will print onto.)
3. Use the shrink to fit at the top of the page, to reduce the size of pages your hub will print on. Use the option of viewing 2, 4 or 6 pages on the screen to see how the pages will look before you print them.
4. Once you are happy with it, hit print
I usually just select all text, copy it and paste it into Word. I usually do the reverse when I write. I write the Hub in Word, then cut and paste it into text boxes. That way I have a copy on my computer.
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