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How to Print a Recipe

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One of the features on Nouveauraw.com is that you can print the recipes. As you read through the recipe posts, you will find a print button towards the bottom right-hand corner. A nice big green button that can’t be missed. Go ahead and click on that… I will wait for you. Once you do that, a page will pop for printing. It will include everything that you read and saw in that post.

But here’s the scoop, you don’t have to print EVERYTHING out. I know printer ink is like gold, so you can easily delete anything off of the page that you don’t want to print. It’s very simple to do but allow me to walk you through it.

 

This picture is a screenshot of how the popup page looks. The photo from the featured post will usually show up first. As you can see in the upper left-hand corner, you can print, create a PDF, or email it.

In this screenshot, you can see that the photo looks hazy. I just slid the cursor over the photo. In the upper-left corner, a small yellow box showed up… just click on the photo, and it will automatically delete it.

As you continue to drag the cursor over any of the writing within the recipe, sections will highlight, and you will see a small trash can icon. Just click anywhere in the yellow highlighted section, and it will be removed. Continue doing this until you reach the bottom of the recipe.

I went through and deleted everything except for the ingredients and directions. If you delete something and wished you hadn’t… just click the “undo” icon that is located at the top right-hand corner of the page.

I hope you found this helpful. Happy Printing! amie sue

2 thoughts on “How to Print a Recipe

  1. Leya says:

    This is such a great addition, I love idea to get printed version of my fav recipes! Thank you Amie Sue, this is really helpful!💕

    • amie-sue says:

      You are welcome Leya. I kept getting emails regarding the print function so I thought that a nice clear write up on how to use the feature to your liking was in order. :) Have a blessed day, amie sue

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