Printing Background Colors In Internet Explorer
You may or may not have noticed this before but whenever you
print a web page, the background colors and background graphics
don't print. The text and all other graphics prints but the
background doesn't. This is good, because you don't want to be
wasting all of your printer ink (or toner) unnecessarily.
Sometimes, however, you may want to print a web page exactly as
it is viewed on the screen, background and all. To make this
possible you just need to temporarily change one simple setting.
- From the Internet Explorer menu, select Tools, then choose
- Click on the Advanced tab
- Scroll down until you see a printer icon on the left side of
- Place a check mark in the 'Print background colors and images'
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