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How to print from JSTOR January 14, 2009

Posted by mplibrary in Uncategorized.
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JSTOR contains thousands of articles from hundreds of excellent scholarly journals. JSTOR is quite easy to use, unless you are trying to print! We all have trouble figuring out how to print from JSTOR. Here is the best way we have found: *

When you have brought up the article you wish to print:
1. Hover your cursor over “PDF” and right click
2. Choose “Open in new window”
3. Click “Proceed to PDF”

Then you will have your PDF in a new window, you can print all or some of the pages, and it is easy to return to your results list.

*Horrors!  We have now learned that from the TWC “student” log on, this won’t work because right click is disabled.  Try this:

Update: If you click the mouse’s scroll wheel, the PDF will automatically open in a new window. No fancy tricks required! Or…

Register with JSTOR for a free user account.  Once registered, you should be able to left click over the PDF button and then either save to a disk or print.  For printing, you may need to select the printer.

Let us know in the library if you have problems.  746-5250

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