Are you having a problem printing the pages on UtahMountainBiking.com?
Step 1: Go to the page you want to print.
Step 2: Click your mouse somewhere in that page (or use the scrollbar of the page).
Step 3: Click your "Print" icon.
Problems printing main pages: When you tell your browser to print a page, it doesn't send the stuff you see on-screen directly (unchanged pixel-by-pixel) to the printer. Instead, it reconstructs the page to fit on your paper, using the source html code. In a page that has multiple different "regions" (for example, multiple frames), your browser assumes you want to print the area that's active. That is, it prints only html code corresponding to the area on which you last clicked. If the last thing you clicked on was a choice in a section menu, your printer may spit out the menu, not the part of the page you wanted. Got that? Click on what you want before you print.
Use Print Preview in your browser menu to make sure you'll be printing the right stuff. Then, click on the Print icon, or select Print from the File menu. When a web page requires multiple paper pages for printing, it's normal for an occasional photo to be separated from the text that (on the computer screen) was alongside it. If pages still won't print correctly, try this: Go to the Home page, and click the line in the upper right of the screen that says "Click here for unformatted (non-frame) version." This gets rid of the column formatting. You can then navigate to the desired page and try printing again.
If printing still doesn't work correctly, or if your browser insists on wasting a page or two printing the hyperlinks contained in the menu at the page's top, try this: First, go to the Home page and launch the unformatted version (see paragraph above). Go to your desired page. Right-click within that page to get your browser's pop-up menu. Save the entire web page to your hard drive, in a directory where you edit documents. Import the file into page-creation program (any word-processor that accepts photos and can import HTML documents). Adjust photo size if necessary. Delete any parts of the page that you don't want to print. Now print the page.
Problems with topo maps: The high-resolution topo maps display in a separate browser window. Depending on the browser, the image may, or may not, resize so the entire map is shown. (Resizing the map may make it appear distorted and unreadable on the computer screen.) But if your browser is working correctly, it should print the map at the correct size and resolution. (The map JPEGs contain resolution information, varying from 100 to 300 DPI, so the map can be printed entirely on one sheet of 8.5 x 11 paper.) If the right side or bottom of the map is cut off, change your printer margins using the setup option in your browser's Print Preview! If your browser still won't print the map correctly, right-click on the map and save the image file. Then use your photo-editing software to import the map, resize it if necessary, and print it with your photo software.
Problems with one-page guides: Our one-page trail guides use "sized" photos and maps. Typically, the photo is shown so that two pixels of photo are shown on a single pixel of screen. That way, the important information will fit on one page. If your web browser and printer are working correctly, the photos will be "scaled" to the appropriate size as they are fed to the printer. If information is "spilling over" onto a second page, change your printer margins using the Print Setup option. If photos are huge, or if text is printed over a photo, you have a problem. Here's a solution: Right-click in the page to get your browser's pop-up menu. Save the entire web page to your hard drive, in a directory where you edit documents. Import the file into page-creation program (a word-processor that accepts photos). Adjust photo size if necessary. Now print the page.