Printer friendly version

  Brittasnorfolk 23:04 04 Apr 05
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Hi

I've created a number of basic HTML web pages in Dreaweaver and now want to make printer friendly versions. I could duplicate each page and strip away menus etc but would like to learn a better way. I've been advised to use CSS. I've not used CSS before so does anyone know where I can find a beginners guide to CSS to help me?

  Forum Editor 00:37 05 Apr 05
  Michendi 10:35 05 Apr 05

Another option is to use Adobe Acrobat. You open the web page in Adobe, which then converts it to a flat file. You can then use the Crop tool to crop in/out the elements that you want/don't want. You then Save the page as a .PDF file which anyone can then open using the freely available Adobe Reader and it will print correctly on any printer.

The latest version of Adobe Acrobat is available as a 30-day free trial here > click here

  Brittasnorfolk 13:59 05 Apr 05

Will have a look at the suggestions made - many thanks

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