Printing Tips

Please note: The browser's Help menu is a very useful tool and may have more specific information for the browser you are using.

Printing a web page that is too wide and results
in clipped content

The "How to Prepare and Submit an Application" is designed for optimal viewing on your computer screen. If you want to keep the sidebar navigation items when
printing the document, you will need to set the print orientation to "Landscape" and, if desired, change the page margins to fit more content onto the paper.

You will be able to change the print orientation and margin widths in most browsers by going to File > Page Setup or File > Print

Removing header & footers

You may also wish to print the document without headers and footers such as the URL, date, etc., showing up on each page.

Windows

If you're using Internet Explorer:

Go to File > Page Setup, then erase the text in the "Headers and Footers" text boxes. (The default for header is &w&bPage &p of &P and for footer &u&b&d if you need to put it back later. IE's default margins are 0.75 inches.)

If you're using Firefox:

From the menu in the top left corner of your browser, choose File > Page setup. Go to the second tab called "Margins & Header/Footer" and in the drop down lists choose "Blank" for all the items you don't want printed.

Macintosh

If you're using Firefox:

Go to File > Print (or click Command P on your Apple keyboard), then choose Firefox from the drop-down box. This will open up the full set of Print options for Firefox including adjusting and/or removing the header and footer information.

If you're using Safari or Opera:

Go to File > Print (or click Command P) then choose your browser from the drop-down list (Safari or Opera).

For Safari - in the next window , uncheck "Print webpage information in headers and footers".
For Opera - uncheck "Print Headers and Footers".