Read Text Easily, | E-mailing links, Printing pages, text and pictures. | To print just a portion of the page. | To print a single picture. | Control (Ctrl) keyboard shortcuts
Links - Take you to another page
Generally speaking text that is underlined and (blue or purple) in color is a link. A picture with a (blue or purple) border is also a link, most likely to a larger version of the picture (Click to Enlarge).
A Blue link generally, is one you have not visited yet.
A Purple link generally, is one you have previously visited.
Make the text easier to read.
You can resize the browser window such that the text re-flows to a width you like. Some people have a hard time reading text where the lines are too long. This is why newspapers use the concept of columns. Depending on your screen resolution adjusting the browser window size may make the text easier to read. Also, generally you can adjust the size of the text by clicking on "View", "Text Size", and then select the desired text size.
E-mailing links, Printing pages, text and pictures.
Navigate to the desired page, then you can
Add this page to your bookmarks.
Click, select and copy the contents of the address bar then just paste this line into an e-mail, thereby sending a (page link aka URL) to an interested party.
Print the Page.
To print just a portion of the page.
Use your mouse to select the part of the page you want to print, thereby highlighting it.
Select File, Print.
In the "Print Range" Box, select the "Selection" radio button.
To print a single picture.
Right Click on the desired picture. (On Mac Click and Hold)
Select "Print Picture..."
Control (Ctrl) keyboard shortcuts
Cntr+X (Cut), Cntr+C (Copy), Cntr+V (Paste): Note: These keys are right next to each other on your keyboard. These are almost universal!
Other useful keyboard shortcuts: Cntr+A (Select All), Cntr+S (Save), Cntr+O (Open), Cntr+P (Print), Cntr+Z (Undo), Cntr+Y (Redo), Cntr+F (Find), Cntr+H (Replace)