How Do I Print Files from Viewing Windows?
Most of the UE Viewing/Editing windows use the UE printer driver which offers many printing options. Additionally, in most of the windows, when you click on the Printer icon you are given three options:
Print: Sends directly to your default printer using the default or previous UE driver options.
Print through Application: Will launch the file into its native application and send to the printer using any special settings as may be set in that native application.
Print Preview: Launches the UE Print Preview and Options window.
Top Toolbar Buttons and Controls:
Print: Prints the file with the current settings.
Prev/Next: If your file contains multiple pages - you may navigate through the pages.
Display Area Drop-Down box: This effects the Print Preview display only - not the printed page.
Fit to Page: Will adjust the display to show the entire page.
Fit to Width: Will adjust the display to use the entire width of your screen.
Grid: Will superimpose a grid over the printing area to assist in verifying alignment of graphics, etc.
Unit of Measurement: Dictates whether margins are in Inches or Centimeters.
Zoom: Click to change cursor to Zoom tool - left-click on an area of preview to enlarge (can be done multiple times), right-click on preview to Zoom out (can be done multiple times).
Grab and Move: Used instead of scroll bars when the preview is enlarged and only a portion is displayed. Click on this button to change the cursor to the "hand", then left-click and drag on preview to move the preview to other sections of the document.
Single/Double Page Display: If a multi-page document - you can click on the "2" button to display 2 pages at one time.
Close: Will close the Print Preview dialog without sending the file to the printer.
The Bottom Navigation Toolbar:
If the preview is of a multi-page document, you may navigate through the preview using these buttons:
First Page: Takes you to the very first page of the document.
Previous Page: Go back one page.
Next Page: Go forward one page.
Go To Page: Launches the Go to Page Number dialog that allows you to jump to a specified page number.