One of the things I miss most about physical books is a simple luxury of making copies.
If you're an.
You might be wondering if it's possible to get physical copies of these digital pages.
Well with a little trickery you can do it here's how to -- on what device you're using either the web version or desktop version of your reader.
Since I'm using -- net at home that's Barnes & Noble dot com for me.
Here -- open up the web breeder.
Next I'll open up this copy of the public domain classic Dracula -- go to the page I want to --
Here I'll adjust the font size my preference then resize the browser window started at about the same aspect ratio -- printer paper.
Now take a screen shot of the page on windows launched -- snipping tool and select just the e-book page.
When you grab this shot make -- to -- it.
Now opened up and print and make sure not just stretches things -- -- -- finally decided to print in black and white or lean.
And hit print.
As you can Feeney it's pretty close to making copies of an actual book in fact it even better since you have control over the font size.
But remember that if you wanna do any highlighting your best bet is to print of the laser printer otherwise you'll get ugly streak Alex and me like this.
Just your -- -- process for any other pages you want to print but be sure to tackle this project for personal use only.
Oh and if you --
-- give any questions or tips hit me up on Twitter and check out the step by step instructions on how to -- dot cnet.com.
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