How to Print Blog Pages Without Images … by Alice B. Clagett

Dear Ones,

Because of the high cost of home printing, I have done some research on how to print pages from the Internet without images. I came across an application called “Print Friendly” which looks good, although I have not thoroughly tested it yet. Here is a video about it …

Link: “About PrintFriendly” … https://www.printfriendly.com/about ..

Here is the webpage for “Print Friendly” … Apparently you can insert the URL of the webpage you want to print, and then pick the option to make the images smaller or else not print them …

LInk: “Make Any Webpage Print Friendly & PDF,” by PrintFriendly … https://www.printfriendly.com/ ..

It looks like the application can be installed on your browser. I tried installing it as a free Chrome extension, and that did not raise any red flags. However, I have yet to test the Chrome extension. Here is the link for installing it as a Chrome application; looks like it can be removed from Chrome here too (just in case) …

Link: “Print Friendly & PDF,” at Chrome Web Store … https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/print-friendly-pdf/ohlencieiipommannpdfcmfdpjjmeolj?hl=en ..

If you hear of any trouble with this application, I would appreciated knowing about it, so that I will avoid it in future.

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars
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