At the top of the course, look for the link that says "Print This Course" in the menu at the right side of the page. If you use your browser's "Print Preview" feature, you can see how many pages there are in the printed version of the course.
At the top of the test, look for the link that says "Print Test Questions" immediately under the heading "Take the Test".
If you have trouble printing a course or test, use your web browser’s "Print" function under the browser’s File menu.
Printing at a high quality or normal setting (rather than "fast" or "draft") and using good quality paper will produce a sharper-looking certificate. You can print the certificate in color or in black and white.
The certificate will print best if your browser print margins are set to .5 inches for the top and bottom margins, and .75 inches (or .80 in Firefox) for the left and right margins.
Please note: The Wild Iris logo and authorization signatures are images. Check that these images display before printing your certificate. If you have turned off the automatic download of images when viewing webpages, or turned off "background printing" of webpages, you will need to change these settings before printing your certificate. The top section above your certificate and the blue background surrounding your certificate will not appear when you print your certificate even if you have "background printing" turned on.
Most web browsers have a default setting to add headers and footers to a web page when it is printed (for example, date, website address, etc.). Suppress these headers and footers when you print your certificate. You can find the settings for printing headers and footers in your browser’s Page Setup or Print menu.