Please think before you print out any pages from our website – is it essential that you do so? Save the page as a favourite Simply go to the favourites button on the website toolbar and choose add to favourites – then whenever you want to retrieve the web page just select it from your favourites folder. If you want to show a web page to other people you can just email them the page link. Save downloads onto your computer This website contains useful documents which can be downloaded onto your PC. To download a document click on the link to open the document then choose save as and save the document to the appropriate area of your computer. If only printing will do… If printing out pages is necessary try to use double sided printing or use scrap paper where appropriate. # Think before you print Before you print pages from our website (or emails that we may have sent to you) please take a moment to consider the following points: – Do you really need a printed copy? Are there ways in which you can reduce your ecological impact and your stationery bills? Here are some alternatives to printing: Save a page as a favourite Simply go to the "Favourites" menu on your browser toolbar and choose "Add to Favourites." Whenever you want to retrieve a Web page you can navigate to it from within your "Favourites" folder. Download content to your own PC We have tried to make useful documents available in a format that can be downloaded to your PC. To download a PDF or Word document, left click on the link and then when the document has opened, save it to your PC. Alternatively, right-click and choose "Save target as" to a copy of the document without first opening it. Emails can also be saved on your PC, either into separate folders or just within your email software. Be sure to make back up copies of any valuable data. Send page links to others or forward an email If you want others to see a particular page you can simply email a link to them rather than produce a printed copy. If you want others to have a copy of an email we have sent, why not forward it to them electronically rather than print a paper copy? If you really must print something If you must print a copy, you may be able to use both sides of each sheet or even use scrap paper where it is adequate for the purpose. Untitled Page