Problems printing puzzles?
Internet Explorer on WindowsA few of you have told me that Internet Explorer is crashing when you attempt to view puzzles.
If you are running an old version of Adobe Reader, you should upgrade to the latest version, which you can find at Adobe's website. If, after upgrading, you still have problems, read on.
If you can switch to a different web browser, such as Google Chrome, or Firefox, I suggest you do so. These browsers generally have fewer problems with printing. I personally use Chrome all the time, and some of my friends really like Firefox.
If you can't change your web browser, here are a couple of work-arounds.
Method 1) Set Adobe Reader to not display puzzles in the browser. The browser plug-in is more unstable, so this may fix the problem.
Windows 10If you've just upgraded to Windows 10, you may have trouble figuring out how to print. The print command is hidden behind the three little lines on the upper left, as in this picture.
Macintosh and the Safari Browser
If you see a blank page when you attempt to view/print the puzzles, the problem may be due to the Adobe Reader plug-in being installed. There are two work-arounds.
Method 2) Uninstall the Adobe Reader plug-in. Go to your /Library/Internet Plug-Ins folder and remove the following two files:
Method 3) Download puzzles before printing them.
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