The Year-In-Review page

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Would be great if I could print this for my supervisor. But the formatting is all overlapping.


Hi @MarcelleH7 , 


I do apologize that you are running into that! Currently, the printer settings will strip out most of the formatting when you go to print the page, but I have passed along your feedback for a printer-friendly Year in Review page, and I will have our technical team reach back out with any updates we have on that. 


For now, we can do one of two things. The first option would be to take screenshots of the page, and print out those screenshots. The other option would be to try adjusting your printer settings, be enabling Print Background if you'd like to enable printing of colors and images. Here is how to accomplish that, based on browser type:

Chrome: Print > More settings >
Options: Background graphics

Firefox: Print > Print Options > Format & Options tab > Print Background (colors & images)

Edge: Print > Options > Background Graphics

Amanda G.
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