This article discusses printing web pages in Firefox. For a tutorial on how to use Firefox's printing features, read below.
Print range section: Lets you specify which pages of the current web page are printed:
Copies section: Lets you specify how many duplicates you want to print.
Print Frames section: If you are viewing a web page with frames, you can select how the frames print:
Lets you change settings for your printer, including two-sided printing, multiple pages per sheet, whether to print even or odd pages only, what paper size to use and more. The available settings will vary based on your printer.
To change the paper size for printing and the page orientation:
To change the orientation of the page that prints, change whether background colors and images are printed, change page margins and what to include on the printed pages' header and footer: At the top of the Firefox window, click on the Firefox button, go over to the Print… menu (File menu in Windows XP) and select Page Setup…. The Page Setup window will appear.
The Format & Options tab allows you to change:
The Margins & Header/Footer tab allows you to change:
Click OK to finish making changes and close the Page Setup window.
To see how the web page you want to print will look when printed, press the Alt key to display the menu bar, then click on the File menu and select Print Preview.
The Print Preview window allows you to change some of the options detailed above. Access the Print window by clicking Print… or the Page Setup window by clicking Page Setup…. Click on the arrows next to the Page: field to flip through the pages of the document. The double arrows take you to the first or last page, and the single arrows go to the next or previous page. You can also adjust the scaling and orientation (see above).
Click Close to exit Print preview.