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Lynan 07-22-2006 03:33 AM

Printing Recipes
 
Is there any way we can print recipes off this site without all the non recipe script?? I know some places have a facility to do this but I cant see one here at all. Would be a great help!! ( Just so I can have the recipes in the kitchen for staff to read/use without wasting printer ink!!!:smile: )

DaCook 07-22-2006 03:50 AM

Can't help you there , girl as I am still finding the tools of this website myself.:rolleyes:

cara 07-22-2006 04:28 AM

just copy the recipe text and paste into word or editor....
then it's easier to print...

licia 07-22-2006 06:44 AM

I highlight the recipe I want to print - click print and on that page "selection". Only the part I highlight prints out.

cjs 07-22-2006 07:48 AM

I do what licia does...

ChefJune 07-22-2006 08:17 AM

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I highlight the recipe I want to print - click print and on that page "selection". Only the part I highlight prints out.
That ought to work!

VegasDramaQueen 07-22-2006 08:48 AM

That's what I do ChefJune. You can print anything you want by highlighting that part and press print then selection. Quicker and easier than copy and paste.

Half Baked 07-22-2006 10:15 AM

I had always copied and pasted onto microsoft works, then printed. I just learned a great thing here.

Chef_Jen 07-22-2006 05:41 PM

good question Lyn thanks all for the response :) a Printin ill go

Lynan 07-22-2006 05:46 PM

Copy and paste huh?? That simple and I didn't even consider it! :sad:
Ta peeps:smile:

Romany123 07-24-2006 02:25 AM

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Originally Posted by Lynan
Copy and paste huh?? That simple and I didn't even consider it! :sad:
Ta peeps:smile:

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Lol. Thats the way I tend to do it

Romany123 07-24-2006 02:26 AM

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Originally Posted by Lynan
Copy and paste huh?? That simple and I didn't even consider it! :sad:
Ta peeps:smile:

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Lol. Thats the way I tend to do it

mudbug 07-24-2006 04:42 PM

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Originally Posted by licia
I highlight the recipe I want to print - click print and on that page "selection". Only the part I highlight prints out.

Well, a big long duuuuuuuuuuuuh here licia. why didn't I think of that? and I sit in front of a computer all day, "processing" documents.

I was doing the fairly tedious copy/cut/paste into my special DC (Eat This) folder, when all I had to do to obtain fast, delicious copy was what you have been doing all along.

Andy M. 07-24-2006 11:33 PM

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Originally Posted by mudbug
Well, a big long duuuuuuuuuuuuh here licia. why didn't I think of that? and I sit in front of a computer all day, "processing" documents.

I was doing the fairly tedious copy/cut/paste into my special DC (Eat This) folder, when all I had to do to obtain fast, delicious copy was what you have been doing all along.


bug:

The difference is that with your method, you have a permanent copy on your computer where you can find it when you need it.

Licia's method is a good one and quicker. However, if you want to modify the recipe, you have to go find it again and "process" it into your Eat This folder so you can change it and print it.

licia 07-25-2006 01:39 AM

I finally got most of my printed out recipes in folders last night. I have the most delightful collection of recipes. The only thing, I didn't include who the recipe was from in some of them and wish I had. I will have to live another 250 years to use them all. I did notice that I had made duplicates of some of them, but am including them in the books and if someone looking thru wants the extra copy, they can have it. I have a 3" notebook and 3 1" notebooks but haven't finished arranging them exactly right.

mudbug 07-25-2006 04:41 PM

licia, I have been studiously attributing the sources of the wonderful recipes I've found here so I don't forget - I put the name of the originator right after the name of recipe.

Andy, of course you are right as usual, but I've found that I tend to use them more often if I've printed them out than if they are just lingering around on my hard drive.

Andy M. 07-25-2006 04:49 PM

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Originally Posted by mudbug
...but I've found that I tend to use them more often if I've printed them out than if they are just lingering around on my hard drive.

You can store them on the hard drive AND print them...

mudbug 07-25-2006 04:55 PM

I do, Andrew!! But sometimes I'm in a hurry and just want the tangible directions right in my flour- or grease-covered hand. Lately I've been going for the quick-print method.

Andy M. 07-25-2006 05:00 PM

Flour and grease! Yum. What're you making!

mudbug 07-25-2006 05:01 PM

Oh, something fattening and awful for you. Don't forget the salt.


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