You may print the current page image, multiple pages, and when available, the entire work as a PDF file by clicking the Print tool from the Page View screen. Alternatively, you can print citation information for multiple works at once from your Marked Items List.
You can print a Portable Document Format (PDF) file of a document using AcrobatTM Reader, a free application available from Adobe Systems.
You may print as a PDF file a single page, multiple pages, or the entire work when the page count of the work is 250 pages or less. Here's how:
The Cancel button closes the Print window without any action being taken.
|Current Page in PDF Format||Prints the page currently shown on the Page View screen as a PDF file with a PDF viewer (such as AcrobatTM Reader)|
|Entire Document||This option is only available when the page count of the entire work is 250 or less. Use this option to print all pages in the work as a PDF file.|
|Print pages in PDF format||Use this option to print multiple pages as PDF files. You may enter a consecutive or non-consecutive pages. The system uses the image number rather than the printed page number that originally appeared in print. Enter one or more single image numbers and/or a range of image numbers separated by commas. For example: 1,3,5-7,11-15|
|Note: Page numbers represent the actual page images displayed and often do not correspond to the page numbers originally printed in the document.|
Printing Citation Information for Your Marked Items
You may print your list of Marked Items as a list of citations (includes brief publication information only) or as Full Citations. Simply click the Print tool to display the Print Marked Items page.
Use the Print Marked Items page to select the Marked Items to be printed by checking individual items or to choose all, click the Print All box. Items are grouped into "Pages" and "Works" and there is a Print All box available for each group. By default, all items will be selected.
In the Print Options box, select Citation to print only the citation information for each marked item. Or select Full Citation to print the complete citation, which may include imprint, language, source library, subject area, and so forth. Both options show you the estimated number of printed pages.
When you have finished entering print information, click Print. Or click Cancel to close the window without making any changes and return to the last page viewed.