Earlier, there was a print button but now it's not there and some other sharing buttons are also missing then how to take a print out of my published article.
I also want to know how to share my work on Google Plus and others.
The new formats, or lay outs for the hubs that is coming into play have done away with various options such as what you mention. For a copy of the article, I now use the right click print option on the mouse while using Google Chrome and Windows 7. An alternative, on Windows 7 that I use at times is to use the Snippet Tool. Not sure what is available in other browsers and operating systems.
As for sharing on Google+, it is a little harder now, but I still do it simply by going to my account and posting there on Google+ manually.
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