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I LOVE this site. I am so excited,but very confused. I cannot print the recipes. I click the button to print this recipe and my paper comes out of my printer with the words "page not found". Does anyone have any suggestions?? Thanks so much.

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  1. #1
    Michele
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    I LOVE this site. I am so excited,but very confused. I cannot print

    the recipes. I click the button to print this recipe and my paper

    comes out of my printer with the words "page not found". Does anyone

    have any suggestions??

    Thanks so much.

    Shelly








  2. #2
    Jillian Snyder
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    I have had the same problem also. In the past it has

    worked fine. Good to know I am not the only one.





    --- Michele <shellybean40@yahoo.com> wrote:



    > I LOVE this site. I am so excited,but very

    > confused. I cannot print

    > the recipes. I click the button to print this

    > recipe and my paper

    > comes out of my printer with the words "page not

    > found". Does anyone

    > have any suggestions??

    > Thanks so much.

    > Shelly

    >

    >








  3. #3
    Liss
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    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "Michele" <shellybean40@...> wrote:

    >

    > I LOVE this site. I am so excited,but very confused. I cannot print

    > the recipes. I click the button to print this recipe and my paper

    > comes out of my printer with the words "page not found". Does anyone

    > have any suggestions?? <



    Yes, copy and paste the recipe, or highlight the recipe with your

    mouse and then print "selection" only. We have found that most users

    prefer to copy and paste rather than use the Print Function As many

    like to print multiple recipes on a single page.



    Since this is the case, we have removed the print function.

    Unfortunately, this has to be done 1 pg at a time and I have over

    17,000 pages within the site to edit, so you can imagine that some

    pages are still showing the button.



    ~Liss








  4. #4
    Herlean
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    Does anyone have any ideas and/or tips as to what they will do/should do/recommend we do with this stimulus money that is coming our way from the government? I know that the President intends for us to spend it right away and boost the economy (his words, not mine), but I would think that it would be best to save it, invest it, pay down some debts, etc. not go on a "free for all shopping spree" - i.e., "Hey, let's go hit the mall with this $300 - $1800. KWIM? Herlean

    <SPAN style="FONT-FAMILY: comic sans ms;"> rgb(96,0,191);FONT-FAMILY: system;">"Opportunity may knock once on your door. Temptation leans against the doorbell." - Unknown
    "Never believe you don't have what it takes."


    &#32;




  5. #5
    Shelly Billingsley
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    Thanks, but some of the pages would not letme even copy or paste. Hmmmmmm What's up with that?? Shelly

    Liss <liss@budget101.com> wrote: --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "Michele" <shellybean40@...> wrote:
    >
    > I LOVE this site. I am so excited,but very confused. I cannot print
    > the recipes. I click the button to print this recipe and my paper
    > comes out of my printer with the words "page not
    found". Does anyone
    > have any suggestions?? <

    Yes, copy and paste the recipe, or highlight the recipe with your
    mouse and then print "selection" only. We have found that most users
    prefer to copy and paste rather than use the Print Function As many
    like to print multiple recipes on a single page.

    Since this is the case, we have removed the print function.
    Unfortunately, this has to be done 1 pg at a time and I have over
    17,000 pages within the site to edit, so you can imagine that some
    pages are still showing the button.

    ~Liss




    &#32;
    Never miss a thing. Make Yahoo your homepage.



  6. #6
    Kelly Weyd
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    I know I won't be hitting the mall with it. I don't go to the mall anyway, LOL! It will go right to paying down debt. Everyone I talk to is going to be using it on bills, or stocking up on groceries. A lot of people are really running scared, and most people I know are not spending their money on frivolous things right now. Kelly

    Herlean <wm_jun99@yahoo.com> wrote: Does anyone have any ideas and/or tips as to what they will do/should do/recommend we do with this stimulus money that is coming
    our way from the government? I know that the President intends for us to spend it right away and boost the economy (his words, not mine), but I would think that it would be best to save it, invest it, pay down some debts, etc. not go on a "free for all shopping spree" - i.e., "Hey, let's go hit the mall with this $300 - $1800. KWIM? Herlean

    <SPAN style="FONT-FAMILY: comic sans ms;"> rgb(96,0,191);FONT-FAMILY: system;">"Opportunity may knock once on your door. Temptation leans against the doorbell." - Unknown
    "Never believe you don't have what it takes."



    &#32;



  7. #7
    lisa griffeth
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    At our house, it's going straight to the cc bill with the highest interest... Lisa G.

    Herlean <wm_jun99@yahoo.com> wrote: Does anyone have any ideas and/or tips as to what they will do/should do/recommend we do with this stimulus money that is coming our way from the government? I know that the President intends for us to spend it right away and boost the economy (his words, not mine), but I would think that it would be best to save it, invest it, pay down some debts, etc. not go on a "free
    for all shopping spree" - i.e., "Hey, let's go hit the mall with this $300 - $1800. KWIM? Herlean

    <SPAN style="FONT-FAMILY: comic sans ms;"> rgb(96,0,191);FONT-FAMILY: system;">"Opportunity may knock once on your door. Temptation leans against the doorbell." - Unknown
    "Never believe you don't have what it takes."



    &#32;
    Never miss a thing. Make Yahoo your homepage.



  8. #8
    Karen Pierce
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    Well, IF it gets here before July, mine will be spent on our Alaska cruise, that's for sure! I just don't know if it will get here before we leave or not. KarenP

    Herlean <wm_jun99@yahoo.com> wrote: Does anyone have any ideas and/or tips as to what they will do/should do/recommend we do with this stimulus money that is coming our way from the government? I know that the President intends for us to spend it right away and boost the economy (his words, not mine), but I would think that it would be
    best to save it, invest it, pay down some debts, etc. not go on a "free for all shopping spree" - i.e., "Hey, let's go hit the mall with this $300 - $1800. KWIM? Herlean

    <SPAN style="FONT-FAMILY: comic sans ms;"> rgb(96,0,191);FONT-FAMILY: system;">"Opportunity may knock once on your door. Temptation leans against the doorbell." - Unknown
    "Never believe you don't have what it takes."



    <div id="RTEContent"><font face="verdana, helvetica, sans-serif" color="#bf00bf">Karen Pierce<font face="verdana, helvetica, sans-serif" color="#bf00bf">Brookfield, WI<font color="#bf00bf"><font face="verdana, helvetica, sans-serif"><font color="#0000ff"><font color="#bf00bf"><font face="verdana, helvetica, sans-serif"><font face="verdana, helvetica, sans-serif">


  9. #9
    donnalawn@verizon.net>
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    we've already designated it for an extra mortgage payment and utilities. Don't

    know if that will stimulate the economy much, but the peace of mind will be

    priceless.





    Donna





    =====================

    From: Herlean <wm_jun99@yahoo.com>

    Date: 2008/01/28 Mon AM 07:57:20 CST

    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com

    Subject: Re: Budget101.com : $$$ from the government - Economic Stimulus





    Does anyone have any ideas and/or tips as to what they will do/should

    do/recommend we do with this stimulus money that is coming our way from the

    government? I know that the President intends for us to spend it right away and

    boost the economy (his words, not mine), but I would think that it would be best

    to save it, invest it, pay down some debts, etc. not go on a "free for all

    shopping spree" - i.e., "Hey, let's go hit the mall with this $300 - $1800.

    KWIM?



    Herlean






  10. #10
    justineannz
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    I will pay off the 2 credit cards and if any is left over I will be

    buying some much needed business clothes for me and my husband. I

    don't thonk much will be left though









    > Herlean <wm_jun99@...> wrote:

    > Does anyone have any ideas and/or tips as to what they

    will do/should do/recommend we do with this stimulus money that is

    coming our way from the government? I know that the President

    intends for us to spend it right away and boost the economy (his

    words, not mine), but I would think that it would be best to save

    it, invest it, pay down some debts, etc. not go on a "free for all

    shopping spree" - i.e., "Hey, let's go hit the mall with this $300 -

    $1800. KWIM?

    >

    > Herlean

    >

    >

    > "Opportunity may knock once on your door. Temptation leans

    against the doorbell." - Unknown

    > "Never believe you don't have what it takes."

    >

    >

    > ---------------------------------

    > Find them fast with

    Yahoo! Search.

    >

    >

    >

    >

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    >










  11. #11
    Liss
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    <DIV dir="ltr" align="left"><SPAN class="546332620-28012008">Really? Which Page?



    From: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com [mailto:Budget101_@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Shelly Billingsley
    Sent: Monday, January 28, 2008 1:27 PM
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Subject: Re: Budget101.com : Re: Printing recipes off of site







    Thanks, but some of the pages would not letme even copy or paste. Hmmmmmm

    What's up with that??
    Shelly

    Liss <liss@budget101.com> wrote:


    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "Michele" <shellybean40@...> wrote:
    >
    > I LOVE this site. I am so excited,but very confused. I cannot print
    > the recipes. I click the button to print this recipe and my paper
    > comes out of my printer with the words "page not found". Does anyone
    > have any suggestions?? <

    Yes, copy and paste the recipe, or highlight the recipe with your
    mouse and then print "selection" only. We have found that most users
    prefer to copy and paste rather than use the Print Function As many
    like to print multiple recipes on a single page.

    Since this is the case, we have removed the print function.
    Unfortunately, this has to be done 1 pg at a time and I have over
    17,000 pages within the site to edit, so you can imagine that some
    pages are still showing the button.

    ~Liss







    Never miss a thing. Make Yahoo your homepage.





  12. #12
    Carole Scandrol
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    If you don't HAVE to spend it to pay bills, my bank just told me about a 5 day CD. I was complaining about the ridiculously low interest rate the savings accounts were paying. (.03%) She said they have a CD that matures in 5 days and pays almost 5%. That's not spectacular, but a lot better than any other interest bearing account I've found that doesn't tie up your money for a long time. You must deposit $500 minumum for 5 days, but then you can withdraw it any time without any penalty. It renews every 5 days, and the rate is based on the Fed rate.

    Carole
    Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter
    and those who matter don't mind !




  13. #13
    Shelly Billingsley
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    I believeit was the cream of anything soup mix. I also had trouble with the instant refried beans. Shelly

    Liss <liss@budget101.com> wrote: <DIV dir="ltr" align="left"><SPAN class="546332620-28012008">Really? Which Page?
    From: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com [mailto:Budget101_@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Shelly
    Billingsley
    Sent: Monday, January 28, 2008 1:27 PM
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Subject: Re: Budget101.com : Re: Printing recipes off of site

    Thanks, but some of the pages would not letme even copy or paste. Hmmmmmm What's up with that?? Shelly

    Liss <liss@budget101.com> wrote: --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "Michele" <shellybean40@...> wrote:
    >
    > I LOVE this site. I am so excited,but very confused. I cannot print
    > the recipes. I click the button to print this recipe and my paper
    > comes out of my printer with the words "page not found". Does anyone
    > have any suggestions??
    <

    Yes, copy and paste the recipe, or highlight the recipe with your
    mouse and then print "selection" only. We have found that most users
    prefer to copy and paste rather than use the Print Function As many
    like to print multiple recipes on a single page.

    Since this is the case, we have removed the print function.
    Unfortunately, this has to be done 1 pg at a time and I have over
    17,000 pages within the site to edit, so you can imagine that some
    pages are still showing the button.

    ~Liss


    Never miss a thing. Make Yahoo your homepage.


    &#32;
    Never miss a thing. Make Yahoo your homepage.



  14. #14
    Sarah Long
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    I know that we'll be doing the same things like stocking up on groceries including bottled water and then having the rest in either savings or paying down/off bills.

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  15. #15
    libramommy66@brier.net
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    Donna you are so right...thats an excellent idea!! Honestly hadn't

    thought enough about it to think of that..lol...Thanks!!



    LaRae



    On 1/28/2008, "donnalawn@verizon.net" <donnalawn@verizon.net> wrote:



    >we've already designated it for an extra mortgage payment and utilities. Don't

    know if that will stimulate the economy much, but the peace of mind will be

    priceless.

    >

    >

    >Donna

    >

    >

    >=====================

    >From: Herlean <wm_jun99@yahoo.com>

    >Date: 2008/01/28 Mon AM 07:57:20 CST

    >To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com

    >Subject: Re: Budget101.com : $$$ from the government - Economic Stimulus

    >

    >

    >Does anyone have any ideas and/or tips as to what they will do/should

    do/recommend we do with this stimulus money that is coming our way from the

    government? I know that the President intends for us to spend it right away and

    boost the economy (his words, not mine), but I would think that it would be best

    to save it, invest it, pay down some debts, etc. not go on a "free for all

    shopping spree" - i.e., "Hey, let's go hit the mall with this $300 - $1800.

    KWIM?

    >

    >Herlean






 

 
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