How to Print, Email, or Save Articles as a PDF file on Your Computer

You can save any article from this web site as a PDF file on your own
computer. You also can print any article or send any article by email to
yourself or to someone else. To do so, look at the boxes at the end of any
article here. The leftmost-box is labeled “Print & PDF.” Click on
that.

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The article will then appear in a new window on your screen. Notice the
options across the top of that window: PRINT, (save as) PDF, or EMAIL. Use
the option you wish.

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Also note there are options to make the text size larger or smaller, to
remove images, or to undo any of the options you just selected.

2 thoughts on “How to Print, Email, or Save Articles as a PDF file on Your Computer

  1. are you saying that you do not post your mother’s maiden name in any of your genealogy postings/trees etc? and/or no one can derive it from your genealogy postings?

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    • I never do business with any company that uses a mother’s maiden name “for security purposes.” That is stupid. Anyone’s mother’s maiden name is easy to obtain from public records. Anyone can find your mother’s maiden name easily without looking at a genealogy site. All they have to do is look at the state’s vital records or look at old newspaper announcements. Placing a mother’s maiden name online doesn’t change security one way or the other. Any bank or other company that uses a person’s mother’s maiden name “for security purposes” obviously doesn’t know much about security and I don’t want to do business with that bank or other company.

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