When I print a web page the print does not look like the screen?
a print of a web page to look exactly like the page on the screen, you
should enable background printing in your internet options. This is
disabled by default. To enable it:
Go to the Help menu in your browser and select Internet Options
Go to the Advanced tab and scroll down to the Printing section.
Click the checkbox next to Print background colors and
What are browser "versions" and why do they matter?
browser has a number called a "version" associated with it (Referred to
as 4.x, 5.x, etc.). The number to the left of the decimal refers to the
major release number of the browser. The number to the right of the
decimal refers to the minor release number. The major release number is
only incremented if there are significant changes in functionality or
in the user interface, while the minor release number usually is
incremented for bug fixes. For example, when Netscape made major
changes in the interface and functionality of version 3.x, the new
release was called 4.0, but it had a few problems. Netscape fixed those
problems and called the new fixed release version 4.01. The next
release fixed a few more problems and was called 4.02. All three of
these are referred to in general as the "4.x" version.
most important thing to remember is that higher version numbers are
almost always better, since they represent the one with the most bug
fixes and the newest functionality.
Why should I upgrade my browser?
Whether or not to upgrade is ultimately your choice. However,
there are some compelling reasons to choose the newest version.
new version fixes errors and problems that were found in the previous
version. Getting the latest browser gives you the latest fixes to known
- Both Netscape and Microsoft are constantly making their
browsers easier to use and more powerful at the same time.
each new version, new technology is supported. If you use an old
browser, you will probably miss out on new features that web developers
include in their site.
- They are free. Currently both Netscape 7.x and Internet
Explorer 6.x are available for download at no charge.
How can I print a page?
areas of our site make use of frames, which allows the page to be
broken into small panels. When you print, you may want to print the
entire page or just a single frame. For best results with framed pages,
do not use the Print button on the toolbar. Instead, follow the
Internet Explorer 4.x and 5.x
If you want to print an individual frame, click first inside that frame
to select it. If you want to print all the frames, do not click in any
single frame and the browser will default to printing all frames. From
the "File" menu, choose "Print". The "Print frames" section allows you
to choose what frames you would like to print. If you want to print
exactly what you see on your monitor, click in the circle next to the
"As laid out on screen" option. If you only want to print a single
frame, choose the "Only the selected frame" option. (Note: This option
will only be available if you clicked in a frame before choosing "File"
and "Print".) If you want each frame to appear on a separate sheet of
paper, choose "All frames individually".
Both versions of Netscape require you to first click in the frame that
you want to print to select it. Then from the "File" menu, choose
When I print, I only get a blank page. What's wrong?
Internet Explorer 3.02 (also used as an AOL browser) will have
difficulty printing some secure pages. The problem is that the page
never finishes loading. You can tell that the page is always loading
because the logo in the upper right hand corner is always animated. If
you click the "Stop" button on the toolbar, you can print 10% of the
page. The only real solution is to upgrade to a newer browser.
Why do I suddenly get an error when I use my
We are constantly updating our site to make it easier to find the
increasing amount of information available at invesconationaltrust.com.
We are adding, removing, renaming, and relocating pages daily. As a
result, the page you bookmarked may have been moved or deleted. If the
information on the page was outdated or no longer relevant, the page
was probably removed. However, the page could have simply been moved to
a better location.
How can I find a page that has been moved or renamed?
Go to our home page or our site map .
From there you should be able to retrace the path you took to find the
page the first time. Once you locate the lost page, bookmark it again
for next time.