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HP CP1515n Color Laser
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APC 750i Smart UPS
WYSIWYG question I know this "problem" probably has a very simple solution, but forgive me, I'm currently brain dead (thanks to chronic pain meds) & can't figure out how to go about it.
I'm using Win 7 with a rather old HP Scanjet (which I know isn't supported etc, but it works perfectly for my needs & is the...
Hardware & Devices
WYSIWYG HTML editors I am looking for a simple WYSIWYG HTML editor to edit simple pages, that will work in Windows 7
I am not building web sites or applications .. I simply have a few local visual web pages that I run off a local drive ( kindda like portal pages). Dirt simple. Modest needs!
WYSIWYG Browser Printing Hopefully, this is an easy problem to solve. It's late, so I may not be thinking correctly and I apologize if this is dumb.
How do I print what I see in the browser (with a caveat)?
Caveat: I want the whole/logical browser window, not just the screen snapshot, which could be cut & paste into...
Browsers & Mail
Printing problem in IE8 - html instead of wysiwyg I just recently started seeing this problem - bring up any webpage in IE8, then select print preview - all it shows is the raw html, not wysiwyg. The only way I found to resolve this is to go into Control Panel > Programs > Default Programs > Set program access and computer defaults, then select...