Chinese Lunar calendar
How to Print Background Colors and
Printing web page backgrounds
or images can interfere with the text. But sometimes
you may want to do exactly that to capture the colors, such as in printing
a copy of our Chinese lunar calendar for
Just keep in mind that the colors that print will most likely
look different from what you see on the screen because most printers
and monitors have not been calibrated to the same colors.
The newer versions of both Internet Explorer and Netscape
can print backgrounds but these settings are usually not activated. If
you want to print web page or table background color or images, the easiest
way to see what you will get is to check your Print Preview first. If
you don’t see the color or images you want, follow the instructions below
to set up your Browser to print the background.
IE typically is not set to print background color or images, including
table cell colors. On IE’s Print Preview, our color charts will show
as white table cells with black text. To get the table cells colored
backgrounds to print, click on the browser’s Tools menu. Select Internet
Options, then click on the Advanced tab. Scroll down to find the Printing
heading and check the box called Print Background Colors and Images.
This setting affects both page backgrounds and table cell backgrounds.
Netscape seems to always print colored table cells either with colors
or shading, depending on your printer. But you can separately control
whether it will print the page background color or image. Click on the
File menu, then select Page Setup, and then in the Page Options section,
check Print Backgrounds to include the page background in your printout.
Are you ready? OK. Go to print Chinese Lunar Calendar.