How To Print The Applet Page
Hold down the ALT key and press the Print Screen key (may
be labelled PrtSc OR PrtScn).
Press the Start button and choose Run from the Start menu.
Type pbrush.exe and press Enter to start Windows' built-in
Chose Edit > Paste from the menu bar. If the program asks
you about enlarging the bitmap, press Yes.
Use the File > Print command to send the image to your printer.
Press and release Command+Shift+4 (the command key
has a cloverleaf or apple on it)
Drag the mouse across the portion of the screen you want to print.
Find the newest file called Picture 1 (or Picture 2, etc.) on your hard
drive or desktop.
Highlight the file by clicking on it once.
Select Print from the File menu.