do some pages on the site not print the way they look on the screen?
Text Markup Language or HTML files were not originally designed for printing.
Their strength is in their ability to link to multiple pages and/or images.
Portable Document Files or PDFs are designed for printing. This is why
most websites use a combination of the two types of files. Other helpful
information is listed below.
- Printing is determined
by your printer type and the type of Internet browser (Netscape, Internet
Explorer) you use.
- Most browsers
will allow you to change the size of the text you are viewing, but some
browsers will not allow you to change the size of the printed text.
- Pages with color
images or photos such as Related Resources were not intended to be printed.
Unless you print these pages using a color printer, the quality may
be as good as a clear grayscale image or as bad as a skewed image that
overlaps other images and text on the page.