With many applications and apps you can print your documents
or webpages. For example, you can print a memo from
WordPad, an email from Mail, or a webpage displayed in a
browser such as Internet Explorer. From desktop style applications
such as WordPad, you use settings in a Print dialog box
to print an open document. Make sure that you have a printer
connected to your computer first!
Apply Settings and Print a
1 With WordPad open, click File.
2 Click Print.
3 Click the printer you want to print to,
if it’s not selected by default.
4 Click to select a range of pages
5 Click and choose a number of copies
6 Click to collate copies (to print sets of
pages from first to last).
7 Click Print
Apps such as Mail and Internet Explorer offer a Print command or
button; however, the print options are usually more limited than they
are with desktop applications. Whatever program you print from, if
you’ve set up a default printer (see Section 19, “Working with Devices
and Networks,” for more about this), that printer will be used automatically
when you print.