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Sunday, December 07, 2014

How To Print School Building Inventory Pages

by Gil Camporazo

All public elementary and secondary school buildings are required to be properly accounted an inventory being scheduled. It had already started and it should be encoded online to the respective school's EBEIS account on or before December 12, 2014.

Most of the schools concerned would like to have their own printed copy directly from the site. Since there's no feature or button for printing, this tutorial is created to assist their printing needs.

To all school physical facilities coordinators, property custodians, ICT coordinators, feel free to familiarize with this simple printing tutorial.

In Firefox Browser:

Click this icon   at the top right hand corner of the browser.



javascript:void(0); And the following screenshot is displayed. Click the print icon pointed by a red arrow.



Based on the current page displayed, it is what going to be printed. In this case the info or data of existing building is the current page displayed. So this is how it looks.

Existing data of school building

If the page to be printed out is not fully displayed, adjust the percent of the scale (located at the top, aligned with other printing options of the page) to a desired percentage. Then you may have the option to print it in Portrait or Landscape format, depending on the set-up of your page, so as to show the entire page.

Printing the image from a certain building in the current page or  your site development plan for example. You will get this display.


Follow the same instruction to the rest of the pages/images you're going to print out.

In Google Chrome Browser:


Click this icon   at the top right hand corner of the browser. And print button is displayed. It is encircled with red oval shape and pointed with a red arrow in this screenshot.


After it is being clicked the current page is displayed to be printed out. Check the printing option at the left and adjust to your requirement or need to be printed out especially the size, the pages, the display (Portrait or Landscape). This is how the existing building data page is shown ready for printing.



Then click the next page you want to print out. For example, the image of a certain building. Follow the same instruction to the rest of the pages/images you're going to print out. And this is how that page is shown.


By the way, be sure to check the available printer at the left printing options to avoid misprinting of your pages.

Hope this has helped you out in your printing needs. Thank you for visiting. Please do following up my blog for any update.


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