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Windows 7: Printing from a digital magazine

06 Nov 2013   #1
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Printing from a digital magazine

Hello guys,

Sorry if this is in the wrong section.

Is there a way that I can print several digital magazine pages on my Windows 7 PC? I have tried Cloud, got lost, tried to download onto my Android phone nope, right click save,print etc no go. Also tried to save in Ubuntu via Chrome. Bought and paid for a back issue from Google Play. Now realise I should have bought from Vinio.

Appreciate any input


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06 Nov 2013   #2
snap

Windows 7 64bit Profesional
 
 
Printing from a digital magazine

Hi again,

Sussed it. 'Print Screen', not as big as I would have wanted but readable.
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06 Nov 2013   #3
Kaktussoft

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is it a pdf file?
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07 Nov 2013   #4
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Printing from a digital magazine

Many thanks Kaktussoft for a quick reply,

Not sure what the digital print is, its on google play, and now I wish I had gone to 'vinio'. Apperently it is easy to download and print from their site, and with google play, (through chrome), you have to log in and then get a text and submit a code, even when you ask not to ask for codes on 'this computer' (what a load of rubbish! As I relied earlier, I can print screen and then print copies, but then it prints 2 pages at once, ie: 112 and 113, and of course the print is that much smaller, on an A4 printer. Haven't yet worked out how to split the pages. Will try chrome in windows, and copy and paste or try to save in pdf then print. I will let you know if I completely suss, (work) it out.

Thanks again for your input.
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07 Nov 2013   #5
UsernameIssues

W7 Pro SP1 64bit
 
 

If you end up sticking with the Print Screen method...
...you might try zooming in before making the screen capture.

For most browsers (and other apps)...
...Ctrl plus the + key zooms in
...Ctrl plus the - key zooms out
...Ctrl plus the 0 key resets zoom level to 100%

You can also use Ctrl plus the mouse wheel roll.
And there are other ways to zoom in/out/reset.
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07 Nov 2013   #6
UsernameIssues

W7 Pro SP1 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Kaktussoft View Post
is it a pdf file?
See this link:
Google Play Giving Away Free Digital Magazines with Print Subscription

:-)

edit:
This might be a better link:
https://play.google.com/store/magazi...CAow4dh3&hl=en
The sample pages seem to be shown in a browser Light Box (overlay? popup?).

Perhaps the OP is seeing something like that while reading things.
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07 Nov 2013   #7
snap

Windows 7 64bit Profesional
 
 
Printing from a digital magazine

Thanks UsernameIssues, I'll try the zoom method. Google play is where the magazine is, tried to download direct to desktop from windows running chrome, nope. I will also try the paint method, where I might be able to seperate the double pages showing in the browser. If you look at any of the magazines on Google play, they all come out as double page spread, except the front cover. I'll keep trying different methods to print one page at a time. It just nigles me that after buying a digital mag, (from google) you can't do what you want with it; except save to cloud or dropbox or the like.

Many thanks so-far
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08 Nov 2013   #8
snap

Windows 7 64bit Profesional
 
 
Printing from a digital magazine

Thanks to those for their input.

I have finally sussed out and printed the section I was interested in in computer shopper. I have to use chrome to log into my account though. I added FireShot screen capture, capture screen, edit. Edit the double page in half, save to windows pictures. When all of the section, that I am reading is captured, I can then read/print at my leisure. It's a long convoluted way to save and print but then I can put up with that. Got to go out and get some more ink.

Thanks again everyone,

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