Have you ever printed a few pages from a website until you ran out of paper?

Dallas, Texas
October 23, 2016 4:31pm CST
Have you ever printed a document online that turned out being several pages in length? If there were a way to know in advance, how many pages an online page would take to print out on your printer it would be nice. I try not to do this because, most often, than not, a print out can take lots more paper than it looks like it would on the computer screen.
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• United States
23 Oct 16
I hate when that happens but when I press print - I'll look to see how many pages will be printed and glance at my paper to see if it's enough.
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• Dallas, Texas
24 Oct 16
It's sometimes better even for me to copy and paste onto a word document without formatting just as plain text and that way I can cut back on ink and paper at the same time.
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@yukimori (8542)
• United States
23 Oct 16
It should show the number of pages in the print box that pops up when you hit Ctrl-P... I think it's under Print Range in that window. You can adjust the page settings to print more than one page per sheet of paper, too.
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• Dallas, Texas
24 Oct 16
I will try to remember that. Thank you. Ctrl-P ... okay. I only wish I had that program that prints very tiny fonts but it was shareware and I had it with Windows xP and that program is seemingly not available.