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Saving, Printing, Emailing, Photocopying, & Scanning  

Instructions to print, save or email documents or images you have found on the Web. Photocopying and scanning in the library.
Last Updated: Dec 5, 2013 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

Saving Print Page


To save a web page:

  • Click on the File Menu at the top of the page
  • Click on Save as
  • Select the location by clicking on Save in box
  • Notice you can also choose whether to save the file as an HTML file, or as a plain text file. Saving as a plain text file, with the .txt extension, makes it easier to use again in a word processor.
  • Click on Save

To save a PDF document:

  • Click on the Disk icon above the document and to the left
  • Select the location
  • Click on Save

To save an image:

  • Place a disk in drive a: OR connect a flash/USB/thumb drive to a USB port
  • Place your mouse cursor on the image you would like to save
  • Click your right mouse button once
  • A small pop up menu will appear
  • Click on Save Image As OR Save Picture As
  • A regular Windows Save as window will appear
  • Select the correct drive, then Save
  • Note: .GIF and .JPG are the most common image file types on the Web and can easily be reopened in any Web browser
  • You can reopen a saved image file in any web browser to print the image


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