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The page has been set to disallow copying.  So you would have to use SnagIt or other screen tool to capture the image, perhaps enlarge it and print it that way. You need to be aware of copyrights.

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open in full screen mode and then take screenshot. Save it and print it.
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if nothing else, you still can do a printscreen, save and print.
like the one I am attaching
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Other option is save the entire page as HTML form and then open it with word now take print of the doc/part you want.
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open in full screen mode and then take screenshot. Save it and print it.

That is what was done and the easiest way.
No copyright issues, it will be thrown away in a couple days.
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