Google Books is a way to explore and read a wide range of books. In many cases, you can read the entire book for free. Other services allow you to read only a few pages before you are required to purchase the book online. Google Books restricts printing from its database, but there&amp;#039;s a way around that restriction.
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Things you need
- Firefox browser
- FireShot add-on for Firefox
- Image-viewing program
Download the Firefox browser and install the FireShot add-on. Both can be found at the Firefox website (see Resources below).
Go to Google Books and choose a book. Scroll to the page you wish to print.
Click the &amp;quot;Full Screen&amp;quot; icon at the upper right.
Use the &amp;quot;+&amp;quot; and &amp;quot;-&amp;quot; symbols to zoom in or out and resize the page to fit the screen. In most cases, you will need to zoom out.
Right-click within your browser and click on &amp;quot;FireShot--Take screenshot (entire page) and ...&amp;quot;. Then choose &amp;quot;... Edit.&amp;quot;
In the FireShot editor, click and drag to draw a box around the image of the Google page you wish to print. At right, click &amp;quot;Crop.&amp;quot;
Save the cropped image of the page to your hard drive as a JPG file.
Open the JPG file in your image viewer and print the image.
Tips and warnings
- FireShot can be used to take a picture of any webpage.
- Respect copyright laws.
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