Printing in JSTOR
Hello, you're watching "how to print with JSTOR," my name is Lauren Pressley and I'll show you how to do it. As you can see, we're looking at an article in JSTOR. If you'll scroll down you'll see the familiar page that has been scanned in, you can page through the article to read it. But let's say that this is a really useful article that you'd like to have in a hard copy so you can write notes on it and have it to refer to later. If you go "file, print" like you might be used to doing, you'll only get this first page. In JSTOR you actually need to download the PDF in order to print it. So, we're going to click on "download." If you'll scroll down, you can see that you can download the high quality PDF. Now you can see it's the same article in PDF version. So if you scroll down, you'll see it looks just like the one you were looking at in the JSTOR database. So now you can either save this to your hard drive or you can print it, and this way you'll print the entire 13 pages of the document. Just select the printer you're interested in printing to and say OK and the article will be available. So, that's how you print with JSTOR, if you have any questions please ask a librarian. You can contact us at zsr.wfu.edu/ask.