Talk:Printer-friendly

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I created this page, I like this site and had helped me a lot during my research, just hope someone can improve it.

Baqueiro

--- I came to this page because I was looking to find a way to get a printer friendly version of a Wikipedia page. Is there such functionality? If there is, it would be nice if instructions about it were linked from this article. If there isn't, it would be nice if the article mentioned this.

Look for the link labeled "Printable version". Wikipedia has a policy not to self-reference itself in articles, have a look at Wikipedia:Self-references to avoid. --Abdull (talk) 10:35, 14 February 2008 (UTC)

In my experience, you can just print and the page will end up printer friendly. Sidney 23:52, 23 September 2005 (UTC)

It depends on the browser. And also whether the link is at the top or on the left depends on what skin the user may have chosen. In mine it's at top. I'm not sure how to phrase this since I've only seen a couple of other skins. ;Bear 22:09, 20 October 2007 (UTC)