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    Default When printed, the type is very small and does not look formatted for use as a handout

    I tried to print a handout, but it merely looks like the page on the website. The print is very small and it appears exactly as it appears on the website and does not look "formatted correctly for use as a handout." I can't imagine that is vey useful to give to students, so I must be missing something... but what?

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    Default Re: When printed, the type is very small and does not look formatted for use as a han

    Quote Originally Posted by GenevaGiles View Post
    I tried to print a handout, but it merely looks like the page on the website. The print is very small and it appears exactly as it appears on the website and does not look "formatted correctly for use as a handout." I can't imagine that is vey useful to give to students, so I must be missing something... but what?
    I've moved your post to the support area as it's a technical rather than a language question.

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    Default Re: When printed, the type is very small and does not look formatted for use as a han

    GenevaGiles, I will get the webmaster to look into this. I'm afraid he's busy elsewhere at the moment, but it will get dealt with, if not in the next day or so. I'm sorry for the inconvenience.

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