Ready for another (easy) time saving computer tip! This one is so simple and you just might already know it, but it’s one I tend to forget about (and can come in so handy!)
When you’re browsing the internet, if you see something you want to print (like a recipe, deal scenario, or photo to remember), click Ctrl + P (Command +P for Mac users), and you’ll automatically get a pop up to print whatever you’re looking for!
One trick you’ll want to remember is that the computer will automatically pull up your entire screen (and odds are you don’t want to waste all that ink and paper.) Once you’ve pulled up the information that you want to print, change the pages to select only the pages you need, and skip the headers and footers so that you don’t waste any ink on those if you don’t need them.
Your turn now! Go try Command + P out, and let me know what you think.
Stop back by tomorrow night when I’ll have another tip for you, and if you have any other great time saving computer tips to share, leave a note in the comments section so I can include them!
Looking for more time saving tricks? Here are the ones we’ve already worked on . . .
- Day 1: The “Find” Button
- Day 2: Sticky Notes
- Day 3: Three Most Used Short Cut Keys
- Day 4: Coffitivity
- Day 5: More Favorite Command Keys (Ctrl + Z, Ctrl + Y, Ctrl + A)
- Day 6: Online Timer
- Day 7: Pic Monkey
- Day 8: Snipping Tool
- Day 9: Unroll Me
- Day 10: More Command Keys (F5, F11 & Ctrl + T)
- Day 11: Feedly
- Day 12: Control + L