Linda J. Burkhart
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Printing Text and Graphics
To Select a Printer:
1. Select Chooser from the Apple menu.
2. Click on the printer type in the left hand column and
click on the name of the
printer in the right hand column or on the port that the printer
is connected to.
3. Click background Printing ON - except for ImageWriters which
won't work with background printing. Background Printing lets you keep
working while the page is printing. (Note: If you experience trouble printing,
try turning background printing off.)
4. Close the Chooser window by clicking on the little box in the upper
left corner of the window.
To Print a Web Page with Text and Graphics:
1. First go to file on the Menu bar and select Page Setup
2. Set header and footer as shown below.
3. Select vertical or horizontal orientation depending on the width
of the Web page that you want to print. Select paper size and scaling.
4. Select PRINT and follow directions on the screen. (Note:
you will want to choose grayscale if you are printing on the laser writer
with photo-like graphics. Choose black when printing line drawings with
Saving Text and Graphics
To Save Text:
1. To save Text, select SAVE AS under the FILE menu.
This will allow you to save as text to use in a word processor,
or as source for opening at a later time with Netscape.
2. Locate the folder or disk into which you want to save and click
OPEN to place it at the top of the SAVE window. If you want
to save on disk, you may have to click on PLACES in order to see
the disk, select it, and then click OPEN.
Note: Graphics will not be saved with the text. If you need a
printed copy with text and graphics together, you must print while on line.
To Save a Graphic Image:
Hold the mouse button down as you select a graphic image. Select
save image as from the pop-up menu and choose a folder on your computer
to save it in. These images may be viewed in Netscape at a later time.
To view a saved graphic, select OPEN FILE under the EDIT
menu and then select the graphic file that you want to open.
Note: The graphic will either be saved as a Jpg or gif format
file. It is helpful to save the image with the name .jpg or .gif
, whichever it suggests, so that Netscape will be able to recognize it
later as a graphic either on a Mac or PC.
To Print a single graphic:
Hold the mouse button down as you select a graphic image. If you select
View this Image , you will get just that graphic loaded on a page.
You can then select PRINT and just that graphic will print.
To View Local Files of Saved Text or Graphics in Netscape:
1. Start Netscape and select Open File under the File menu.
2. Locate the file on the disk or in your folder on the server. Note:
You may need to click on Places to find the disk.
3. Double click on the file to open it, or click once on the file and
then click Open .
Note: This is a good way to show graphics or text to students
without using a live connection to the Internet. This will be especially
useful in the Portables or in rooms without network connections.
Using Netscape and ClarisWorks Together
To Copy and Paste Text into ClarisWorks:
1. Use the mouse to select text on a web page.
2. Select Copy under the EDIT menu.
3. Hold your mouse button down on the upper right "tell-tale" icon and
select ClarisWorks or AtEase panels if ClarisWorks is not
open. You can launch ClarisWorks and select word processor . If
it is already open you may want to select New under the FILE
menu and then select word processor .
4. Select Paste under the EDIT menu to place the text
from the web into the word processing document.
To Copy and Paste Graphics into ClarisWorks:
1. Hold the mouse button down as you select a graphic image. Release the
mouse button on copy this image to select it.
2. Hold your mouse button down on the upper right "tell-tale" icon and
select ClarisWorks or AtEase panels if ClarisWorks is not
open. You can launch ClarisWorks and select Word Processor, Painting
or Drawing . If ClarisWorks is already open you may want to select
New under the FILE menu and then select Word Processor, Painting
or Drawing .
3. Select Paste under the EDIT menu.
To Use Graphics in ClarisWorks Word Processing:
1. Select the picture of the tool bar
at the bottom of the screen to show the tool bar.
2. Before pasting graphic, select the pointer/arrow tool
from the tool palette. Now select Paste under EDIT menu.
The graphic will have "handles" that allows you to position it anywhere
on the page.
3. For graphics in line with the text, select the letter
from the tool palette before pasting. This type of graphic moves like text
with space, tab, return, and delete. It can not be dragged around the screen
with the mouse.
To type text in a box with handles that can be moved around:
Hold the OPTION key while holding the mouse button down and
drag the mouse to the right and down. Now when you type, the text will
appear in this box. Select the arrow/pointing tool to move it around.
To Wrap text around a graphic:
Type a block of text. Paste the graphic in using the pointer so that it
can be moved around. Select the graphic and then select Text Wrap under
the Option Menu. Select Regular and then use the arrow tool to move
the graphic around the page. The text will wrap around it.
To Check Spelling:
Hold down the command (apple) key while pressing equals (=)
or select Writing tools and then Check Document Spelling
under the Edit menu. Select one of the choices in the list and click
Replace . Choose Skip, Learn , or retype the word as you
would like it to read, if it is not in the list. Click Done when
To Save Information in ClarisWorks to Server or Disk:
1. Select Save As from the FILE menu.
2. Locate the folder or disk into which you want to save. Click OPEN
to place it at the top of the SAVE window. If you want to save
on disk, you may have to click on PLACES in order to see the disk,
select it, and then click OPEN to bring it to the top of the save
3. Type a name for your file and click Save
To Save a ClarisWorks Document as a Template that Students Will Not be
Able to Erase:
Follow step 1 above and then click on Stationery.
Follow steps 2 and 3 above.
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Updated: January 1999