Printing Web Page Text

The new Safari 5 includes the Reader function. A “Reader” button appears next to the URL when you are viewing a text article on a Web site. This is nice for reading the text on the screen, but also nice for printing. At the bottom of the Reader interface is a printer button. Use that to print out a nice clean version of the text without Web site navigation or ads.

Comments: 2 Responses to “Printing Web Page Text”

    Calvinator
    6/17/10 @ 6:30 pm

    Here’s what I get w/Safari… every time:
    “We’re sorry, but the Safari browser version you are currently using does not support the community toolbar.” There are NO toolbars in my library… no reference to “community toolbar” on my iMac. The net is rife with the question… it’s unanswered. Thanks for your site(s), posts and newsletters… great stuff (‘cept I don’t have ATT [poor service area] ergo no iPhone)
    I have NOT seen the ‘reader’ function at all.
    thanks,

    6/17/10 @ 8:01 pm

    Since this didn’t have anything to do with the tip, I moved it to the forum. http://macmost.com/forum-community-toolbar-error-in-safari.html

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