Post by NancyRogers on Nov 21, 2002 6:30:52 GMT -6
This works with Word Perfect.
1. Have blank Word Perfect screen open. 2. Highlight recipe with mouse--click and drag. 3. Press ctl/c. 4. Go to open Word Perfect site. 5. Press ctl/v. Recipe will copy onto WP page. 6. "Fix" up recipe, make lines fit page, whatever. Now you can print this or: 7. Save as recipes. 8. For next day, do same. When finished "fixing," highlight recipes, ctl/c, open recipes folder, ctl/v, update document (ctl/F4-yes), and close. 9. I have folders for desserts, appetizers, crockpot, etc. 10. With Word Perfect, many folders can be open at once, so you can copy many of Nancy's (and other sites') recipes at one time, fix up, and move to proper folders easier. 11. To print, highlight the one you want, click on print (or ctl/p), and follow printer instructions. 12. To print more than one recipe at a time, copy, move to top of document, and then just print those all on one sheet of paper. I think this also works with MS Word. Looks like a lot of work, but the first 5 are the important steps. Diann
I just read in Nancy's newsletter that I will have to copy to my Word program.That's a good idea,because the recipes that I print from Nancy's newsltter are so small that I can't read them. The print in the newsletter is great,they just get tiny when I copy and print them out.They never did this before the format was changed. It must just be me because i haven't read any other complaints.Thanks for you help.Sharon
Post by Chris in NM on May 31, 2008 15:50:03 GMT -6
Hi and welcome Ragtop! When you copy and paste recipes to your word program, just highlight the whole shebang, then go to format scroll down to font, then you can change the words to any size you want! Try it! By highlighting, I mean go to EDIT, then SELECT ALL, then go to the FORMAT and go from there! Once you try this it will be so easy for you! Good luck!!