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    Posted: 19 December 2018 at 11:29
WHEN I WANT TO COPY ANYTHING LIKE A RECIPE, WHY CAN'T I GET A  FULL SIZE OF THE DOCUMENT.AM I DOING SOMETHIG WRONG OR THIS IS AS GOOD AS GETS,

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JOE MOGYOROSISmile
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote HistoricFoodie Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19 December 2018 at 22:22
It's not you Joe. Just the way the system works.

What I do, when copying, is paste it to a word document. Then I play with the fonts, inking, etc. I like my recipes in bold face, using Times-Roman as the font, and 12 point type. Takes a little time to get there, sometimes, but that's about all one can do.

Hope this helps. 
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THANKS FOODIE, IT WORKS.Embarrassed
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Glad to hear it, Josepth.

I'm also an old-fart who sometimes finds all this tech stuff a bit overwhelming. So we gotta help each other out. 

I hope we'll be hearing more from you. 
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Welcome, Joe!

I do pretty much as Brook does; I copy the recipe (and notes, if desired) onto a document (Word or Google), then print from there.

We hope to see more of you - please do have a seat at the kitchen table and join in!

Ron
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