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 binder. I am in the process of doing this now.
It's good to have hard copies of your work- you never know when you might need it- sometimes you will need it to show friends/potential employers, etc.
I did this with our sign business. I took pictures of most of our work- and made it into a portfolio of our work- and the visuals have helped bring in alot of sales and it's also been nice for us to look back on.
That's a good idea, and I think at one point there was even talk of a "print" button on hubs to print without the ads...I wonder what ever came of that idea...
The first hub I just printed out came out perfect- now the second one came out bad- really small print and overlaps on the comments. I guess I'll have to play around with the settings to get this to look consistent.
I just noticed this thread. Can you give us the URL of the hub that didn't print out well for you? We did put some effort into making hubs print reasonably well a while back. We may be able to fix the issue.
I know they made them more printer friendly:
But, I think ads might still print. Not sure because I haven't printed any in awhile.
by Peggy Woods 5 years ago
My husband and I like watching the food channel on television. If we see a recipe we might like to try, we go to their website and there is a Print feature that we have utilized many times. One can also leave comments but those are not printed along with the recipe. Am wondering...
by Michael Willis 7 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 reader-friendly to viewers on Hubs such as Recipes. I could think of others as well,...
by Bible Studies 9 years ago
I admit that I have a hard time with adding tags. Sometimes I think the tags I add are unimportant to the person doing searching. I miss a very important tag that people would look for.I thought it might be a neat feature to allow user added tags, from hub members only. Sometimes others may have a...
by Sinea Pies 6 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 watergeek 3 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, while suggesting they go online for more.
by Tamarajo 5 years ago
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.
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