|General computing FAQ|
Follow these directions: Headers and footers in Word 2010
In Internet Explorer, you can select the "Print" button at the top of your screen to print the document you are viewing.
To save the document, select "File", then "Save As" and indicate a location on your flash drive where you would like the saved file to be placed.
How do I print wide graphics or tables?
You will need to change to a "landscape" or wide layout. Select "Print" from your top menu bar, then "Properties" from the print window that appears. You should then see a landscape option.
How do I save images from Internet Explorer?
In Windows, you would right-click on the image. From the menu that appears, choose "Save Image As". Another window will pop up. Here you can indicate a location on your hard drive or floppy drive where you would like the saved image to be placed. Macintosh users should simply click and hold on any image, then select "Save Image As".
How do I find out how long a document is?
Select "File", then "Print Preview". The system will display the document as it should appear when printed. The page number range is given in a corner of the page. When you click on "Print", you can set the page range that you want to print (e.g. page 3 to 3 to print page 3 only, page 5 to 7 to print pages 5, 6, and 7, etc.).