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With Internet Explorer, to print something on screen, I right click and select "print". This does not work with Firefox because "print" does not come up with t.

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How do I "print" screen with Firefox?

How do I "print" screen with Firefox?

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This extension adds a right-click (contextual) menu item for Print and Print Preview. Also, there is a Print toolbar button in the Customize Palette that you can drag to a Toolbar.
https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/customize-firefox-controls-buttons-and-toolbars

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Andrew
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You can go ctrl+p on your keyboard. :)

You can go ctrl+p on your keyboard. :)
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This extension adds a right-click (contextual) menu item for Print and Print Preview. Also, there is a Print toolbar button in the Customize Palette that you can drag to a Toolbar.
https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/customize-firefox-controls-buttons-and-toolbars

This extension adds a right-click (contextual) menu item for Print and Print Preview. Also, there is a Print toolbar button in the Customize Palette that you can drag to a Toolbar.<br /> https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/customize-firefox-controls-buttons-and-toolbars
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Control "P" prints the entire document. How do you print only the part of the document that is currently displayed on the screen?

Control "P" prints the entire document. How do you print only the part of the document that is currently displayed on the screen?
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Control "P" prints the entire document. How do you print only the part of the document that is currently displayed on the screen?

Control "P" prints the entire document. How do you print only the part of the document that is currently displayed on the screen?
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The Print toolbar button in the Customize Palette prints the entire document. How do you print only the part of the document that is currently displayed on the screen?

The Print toolbar button in the Customize Palette prints the entire document. How do you print only the part of the document that is currently displayed on the screen?