PRINTING A PAGE (THUMBNAIL VIEW)


When printing a thumbnail view page, it is important to enable the option for 'Print background color and image' from the page setup.


Here are some guidelines to enable background image and color printing - click the headlines and jump directly to the section:


WINDOWS - CHROME


If you are using Chrome as your favorite browser:


1) Click the three dots icon in the upper right corner and choose the Print option from the drop-down menu - Or use the shortcut Ctrl + P


2) In the Print preview, click 'More settings'



3) Find the "Options" menu and select "Background graphics"



4) That's it! Click "Print" and you are good to go :)


WINDOWS - Internet Explorer (version 10 or 11)


If you are using Internet Explorer:


1) Click the gear icon in the upper-right corner of your browser window



2) Click the "Print" option from the menu, and choose 'Page Setup' from the dropdown




3) In the pop-up window, check the option 'Print Background Colors and Images' and click OK to save



WINDOWS - FIREFOX


If you are a Firefox user, you can read about troubleshoot printing problems in Firefox here.


MAC - CHROME


If you are a Mac lover, here's how to enable the 'Print background color and image' option.


1) You have different ways to open the Print preview:


a. Use the "File" menu and click "Print"


b. Click the three dots icon in the upper right corner of the browser window


c. Or use the shortcut ⌘ + P


2) In the Print preview pop-up window, click 'More settings'



3) Find the "Options" menu and select "Background graphics"



4) That's it! Click "Print" and you are good to go :)


MAC - SAFARI


If you are using Safari: 


1) Click "File" at the top menu and click select "Print" - Or use the shortcut ⌘ + P



2) In Page preview window, check the option 'Print backgrounds and click "Print"




ADDITIONAL OPTIONS


If you want to remove additional margin to fit the 4 style boxes in a page with the maximum of 12 colors per style:
  • Chrome - After clicking 'Print' there is a option to set Margin to None Or
  • Firefox - File > Print > Page Setup > Margins & Headers/Footers
  • Internet Explorer - File > Page setup > Margins

NEXT STEPS
  • Close the print dialogue
  • Right click on the page & the click on save page as
  • Save the page and then open it - page will open with menubar and toolbar
  • From the file menu, go to print preview
  • Click on the page setup tool button, set top and bottom margin to 1