1. Open the Article: Make sure you have the article you want to print open on your computer or device. You can view articles on websites, in documents, or in other digital formats.
  2. Select the Text: If you’re reading the article online, you can typically select the text by clicking and dragging your mouse cursor over the content you want to print. If you’re using a document or PDF, open the file in a compatible reader (like Adobe Reader) and select the text.
  3. Copy the Text: Once the text is selected, you can copy it by right-clicking (or using the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+C on Windows or Command+C on Mac).
  4. Open a Text Editor: Open a text editor or word processing software like Microsoft Word, Google Docs, or Notepad, depending on your preference.
  5. Paste the Text: Inside the text editor, right-click where you want to paste the article content and select “Paste” (or use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+V on Windows or Command+V on Mac).
  6. Format as Desired: You can format the text in your text editor as you like. Adjust fonts, spacing, and other formatting settings to make it look how you want.
  7. Print the Document: Once you’ve formatted the article content to your satisfaction, go to the “File” menu in your text editor and select “Print.” Follow the on-screen instructions to print the document.
  8. Select Printer Options: You can choose your printer, the number of copies, and other printing options as needed.
  9. Print: Click the “Print” button to send the article to your printer. Make sure your printer is properly connected and has paper and ink or toner.

Please note that the specific steps may vary depending on your operating system, the software you are using, and the format of the article. Additionally, some websites and documents may offer a built-in print option that simplifies the process.

Post time: Nov-03-2023