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Thread: PriterFriendly button

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    Default PriterFriendly button

    Hello,

    I suggest it would be nice to add a "PriterFriendly" button to format the current thread to a one-page, no-headers and no-menu-panels view to be able to print it out at once.
    It is sometimes very helpful to print the thread and then use its information - especially when doing some boot issues or when information is going to be used in future.

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: PriterFriendly button

    genesup wrote:
    > Hello,
    >
    > I suggest it would be nice to add a "PriterFriendly" button to format
    > the current thread to a one-page, no-headers and no-menu-panels view to
    > be able to print it out at once.
    > It is sometimes very helpful to print the thread and then use its
    > information - especially when doing some boot issues or when information
    > is going to be used in future.
    >
    > Thanks.
    >
    >

    Check at the top of the thread under "Thread Tools" for Printer Friendly
    Version.

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    Default Re: PriterFriendly button

    The button should be easier to find...
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    Default Re: PriterFriendly button

    Hey forbore:

    >The button should be easier to find...


    If we put every favorite button of every community member that wanted
    their particular button/link front and center, we would have a page full
    of links and buttons which would detract from the overall usability and
    content. I appreciate what you are saying, but I'm afraid we'll be
    leaving it where it's at. Sorry 'bout that but thanks for caring enough
    to discuss it.

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    Kim (3/16/2009 8:00:58 AM Mountain)

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