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Old June 20th 08, 03:31 AM posted to rec.crafts.textiles.quilting
jennellh
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This is a free download from HP for either Vista or Xp which allows
you to select partial items from any web page or pages - sort-resize-
delete-add-rearrange - view before printing. I tried it out yesterday
on a project from the Quilt Show - it would have been 3 pages but I
was able to rearrange the picture of the finished item at the end of
the 2nd instruction page. It is easy and fun to use - saves on paper
and ink. The possibilities are endless! jennellh
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Old June 20th 08, 06:12 AM posted to rec.crafts.textiles.quilting
nzlstar*[_2_]
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Default HP smart web printing

http://h71036.www7.hp.com/hho/cache/...hpr_R1002_USEN

just to save anyone interested from having to locate it.
looks rather interesting.
off to peruse the freebie.
j.

"jennellh" wrote...
This is a free download from HP for either Vista or Xp
which allows
you to select partial items from any web page or pages -
sort-resize-
delete-add-rearrange - view before printing. I tried it
out yesterday
on a project from the Quilt Show - it would have been 3
pages but I
was able to rearrange the picture of the finished item at
the end of
the 2nd instruction page. It is easy and fun to use -
saves on paper
and ink. The possibilities are endless! jennellh



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Old June 20th 08, 01:34 PM posted to rec.crafts.textiles.quilting
PhillyQuilter
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Default HP smart web printing

On Jun 20, 1:12 am, "nzlstar*" wrote:
http://h71036.www7.hp.com/hho/cache/...html?jumpid=hp...

just to save anyone interested from having to locate it.
looks rather interesting.
off to peruse the freebie.
j.

Thanks jennellh

So many times I've been annoyed at the wastage when all I wanted was a
paragraph to read more closely. This is great.

Diana from PA

"jennellh" wrote...
This is a free download from HP for either Vista or Xp
which allows
you to select partial items from any web page or pages -
sort-resize-
delete-add-rearrange - view before printing. I tried it
out yesterday
on a project from the Quilt Show - it would have been 3
pages but I
was able to rearrange the picture of the finished item at
the end of
the 2nd instruction page. It is easy and fun to use -
saves on paper
and ink. The possibilities are endless! jennellh


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Old June 20th 08, 01:36 PM posted to rec.crafts.textiles.quilting
Karen, Queen of Squishies
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Default HP smart web printing

I just tried it and found out it causes my browser to close on some web
pages. I uninstalled it, and no more problem. Very curious.

Karen, Queen of Squishies



This is a free download from HP for either Vista or Xp which allows
you to select partial items from any web page or pages - sort-resize-
delete-add-rearrange - view before printing. I tried it out yesterday
on a project from the Quilt Show - it would have been 3 pages but I
was able to rearrange the picture of the finished item at the end of
the 2nd instruction page. It is easy and fun to use - saves on paper
and ink. The possibilities are endless! jennellh



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Old June 20th 08, 03:43 PM posted to rec.crafts.textiles.quilting
jennellh
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Default HP smart web printing

It works on emails too. So many times, my sister prints off messages
for reading later - I still have problems understanding why .......
jennellh

On Jun 20, 8:34*am, PhillyQuilter wrote:
On Jun 20, 1:12 am, "nzlstar*" wrote:http://h71036.www7.hp.com/hho/cache/...html?jumpid=hp...

just to save anyone interested from having to locate it.
looks rather interesting.
off to peruse the freebie.
j.


Thanks jennellh

So many times I've been annoyed at the wastage when all I wanted was a
paragraph to read more closely. *This is great.

Diana from PA



"jennellh" wrote...
This is a free download from HP for either Vista or Xp
which allows
you to select partial items from any web page or pages -
sort-resize-
delete-add-rearrange - view before printing. *I tried it
out yesterday
on a project from the Quilt Show - it would have been 3
pages but I
was able to rearrange the picture of the finished item at
the end of
the 2nd instruction page. *It is easy and fun to use -
saves on paper
and ink. *The possibilities are endless! *jennellh- Hide quoted text -


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Old June 20th 08, 03:44 PM posted to rec.crafts.textiles.quilting
jennellh
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Default HP smart web printing

Thanks for printing the link Jeanne......the Canadian one was much
much longer for some reason! jennellh

On Jun 20, 1:12*am, "nzlstar*" wrote:
http://h71036.www7.hp.com/hho/cache/...html?jumpid=hp....

just to save anyone interested from having to locate it.
looks rather interesting.
off to peruse the freebie.
j.



"jennellh" wrote...
This is a free download from HP for either Vista or Xp
which allows
you to select partial items from any web page or pages -
sort-resize-
delete-add-rearrange - view before printing. *I tried it
out yesterday
on a project from the Quilt Show - it would have been 3
pages but I
was able to rearrange the picture of the finished item at
the end of
the 2nd instruction page. *It is easy and fun to use -
saves on paper
and ink. *The possibilities are endless! *jennellh- Hide quoted text -


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Old June 20th 08, 03:46 PM posted to rec.crafts.textiles.quilting
jennellh
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Default HP smart web printing

That is a problem Karen. If you were still interested in trying it
out, HP do have a contact site and maybe they have a solution to
offer? jennellh

On Jun 20, 8:36*am, "Karen, Queen of Squishies" hicall80 @ mchsi.com
wrote:
I just tried it and found out it causes my browser to close on some web
pages. *I uninstalled it, and no more problem. *Very curious.

Karen, Queen of Squishies



This is a free download from HP for either Vista or Xp which allows
you to select partial items from any web page or pages - sort-resize-
delete-add-rearrange - view before printing. *I tried it out yesterday
on a project from the Quilt Show - it would have been 3 pages but I
was able to rearrange the picture of the finished item at the end of
the 2nd instruction page. *It is easy and fun to use - saves on paper
and ink. *The possibilities are endless! *jennellh- Hide quoted text -


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