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BROWSER ADVICE

Printer Margins, Headers and Footers
To make printed Forms cleaner, adjust your browsers print and margin settings to suit.
These instructions will remove the page numbers, names and URLs from all documents printed from your browser.

Microsoft Edge
Make sure Headers & Footers are turned off.

Explorer
1. Stop header/footer printing on the page Press F10 to see the menu bar.
2. Click on File, then Page Setup.
3. Select the tab Margins & Header/Footers.
4. Change all to Empty.
Firefox
1. Stop header/footer printing on the page Press F10 to see the menu bar.
2. Click/Tap on File, then Page Setup.
3. Select the tab Margins & Header/Footers.
4. Change all to blank.

Opera
1. Stop header & footer printing on the page.
2. Once form loads Click/Tap More options in the print column on the left.
3. Select box Headers & Footers.
4. Click/Tap tick to leave blank.

Safari
Please note: Safari's margins can be very limited by your system and printer preferences.
*1 If you require a more specific management of page margins, use Google Chrome.

1. Open the File menu in the top-left corner.
2. Click the Print item.
3. Locate the Show Details or Hide Details button.
4. Click the button (if necessary) so it is set as: Hide Details
5. Untick the Print headers and footers checkbox.
6. Open the Paper Size drop-down.
7. Select the Manage Custom Sizes... item.
*1If this item is unavailable, your Printer may not support custom paper sizes and margins within Safari. Please consult the notes regarding Google Chrome below.
8. Click the + button in the Custom Page Sizes window.
9. Click the newly added Untitled field and rename it: Custom Margins.
10. Set the Printer Margins drop-down as: User defined.
11. Set the Top, Left, Right and Bottom Margins to your requirements.
12. Click the OK button to close the Custom Page Sizes window.
13. Click the Cancel button to close the Print window.
14. When printing, ensure the Paper Size drop-down is set as: Custom Margins.
15. On devices using iOS 9.3.5 or earlier, you will find that the form goes to two pages.
As you need iOS 10 or later for Google Chrome you may have to use another device.

All the above for Safari is so that the form can be printed on one page.
Google Chrome will do this as will the other browsers.

*The following is from TECH ADVISER

When you first turn on a new PC or laptop, you’ll find that your only route to the internet is via Internet Explorer or,
if you’ve bought a machine running Windows 10, Microsoft’s Edge web browser.
It's the same with an iPhone or Android device.
There will be Safari, Google Chrome or another browser.

We have a separate guide to the best mobile browsers

You can also try a different search engine.

But you can download as many browsers as you like,
either using the one on your PC or laptop already, or the app store on your phone or tablet.

Find out how to change your default browser.

Here are our top tips on making Chrome more secure.

Which is the best web browser?
You can’t always believe statistics, and not all surveys agree. StatCounter, for example, puts UC Browser in third place, not Microsoft Edge.
However, all agree that Chrome is by far the most popular.
Just because more people use a certain browser, that doesn't make it the ‘best'.
It's just one measure, and there are others of course. Previously we reviewed web browsers, benchmarking them for speed and rating them on features.
The problem with that approach was that all of these browsers are updated constantly, meaning that those reviews quickly became outdated.
And that’s why we’re not offering benchmark results here.
Google, Mozilla, Microsoft, Apple and others also add, change and remove features in those regular updates,
so on the odd occasion, a feature which was a reason to use a particular browser would vanish overnight.
Even if a browser is better than its rivals because of performance, security or features,
they’re all free and there’s no limit to how many you can install or run at the same time.
So while many would agree when we say that Google Chrome is the ‘best’ web browser,
there’s nothing stopping you from using five or six different browsers.
At Tech Advisor we all use multiple browsers on a daily basis.
Those of us running Windows use Chrome, Firefox and Opera most of the time with Edge when necessary,
while Mac users will use a blend of Safari, Chrome and Firefox.

*Chichester & District Angling Society the committee and any other persons involved
with them are not responsible for problems arising from using the above information.