Windows 10: Highlighting a few lines prior to Printing

  1.    1 Day Ago #1

    Highlighting a few lines prior to Printing


    I wanted to print a page from the web and show it to my doctor.

    I hooked the printer up to my laptop and prepared to print.

    I was going to highlight a few lines to show her and I thought I would make them bold.

    I thought it might be more professional than underlining them with a pen or using a yellow highlighter.

    I was able to highlight the lines I wanted to spotlight, but when I right clicked, there was nothing to make bold.

    I could not find anything at the top of the page I wanted to print or anything from the printer to make them bold.

    Do I have to copy the page to WORD and then bold the lines or can I do it from the printer and the original page?

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    I recently read that MSFT is going to start charging people for a subscription to use their software.
    Will it be like buying an annual subscription for MSFT Word?
    What will happen if our subscription lapses and we cut on our computers? Will we be able to log on or will the screen be blank?
    Is this correct, when is it suppose to happen?

    Thanks
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  2.    1 Day Ago #2

    "Do I have to copy the page to WORD and then bold the lines or can I do it from the printer and the original page?"

    I would print web page as PDF. Import into Word and accomplish what you want, there and print from Word. Or, if you have Adobe Reader or Acrobat, same procedure and print from program.

    "I recently read that MSFT is going to start charging people for a subscription to use their software."

    They have been selling subscriptions to Office 365, for some time but still sell boxed Office 2016 and will continue with 2019, so no subscription needed for traditional desktop suites.
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  3.    1 Day Ago #3

    mrgeek said: View Post
    "Do I have to copy the page to WORD and then bold the lines or can I do it from the printer and the original page?"

    They have been selling subscriptions to Office 365, for some time but still sell boxed Office 2016 and will continue with 2019, so no subscription needed for traditional desktop suites.
    I returned and copied it to word like you suggested.

    It only took 3m to do, I should have done it the first time but I was hoping that I may have overlooked something.

    Thanks
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  4.    1 Day Ago #4

    Glad you got it to work as expected.
      My ComputerSystem Spec


 

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