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When I print a web page on my mac, how do I get it so it prints the page numbers as well as the web URL on the printed page. Thanks for your help guys, it's appreciated!
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Maybe click Preview and fiddle around with the preview? I honestly don't know. It's quite annoying though
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Asume you're using Safari?
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Asume you're using Safari?
Yes I'm using safari. Would you suggest another browser perhaps, such as mozilla or firefox? I have no experience using them (except for DL'ing mozilla on my girlfriend's computer), but I do hear good things.
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mozilla will most likly have that option. i seen it has many different and useful options
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I use Mozilla Firefox and it does print the date and time on web pages. Ironically, when I found that out, I didn't want the date on the article I was printing because I printed it the morning it was due!

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I use Mozilla Firefox and it does print the date and time on web pages. Ironically, when I found that out, I didn't want the date on the article I was printing because I printed it the morning it was due!
HEH, well thanks guys - appreciate it!
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