I am an ophthalmologist on this site and I will assist you. Could you please tell me how is the vision in your eyes?
Every website has a different name for the "printer friendly" button or link. Some articles don't have it, but most do. Look for a button or word something like this:
The "printer friendly" button can be on the top, bottom, or side of a page. You can also use this keyboard shortcut:
On the "printer friendly" screen, select "print preview", using one of these two methods:
This is the "print preview" for the printer. Use this to see what a printed page will look like before wasting ink and paper. Print from this page after changing "shrink to fit" size to a larger size.
If there is no "printer friendly" button, a page will sometimes convert itself to print friendly text. To find out go to "print preview". Then change "shrink to fit" to a larger size. If the paragraphs fit, print from here.
If the sentences in the article don't fit, try changing the page sideways (to landscape). On the "print preview" page in the upper left hand corner, there are two small "pieces of paper". Click the one which goes sideways, also called "landscape".
When nothing else works, the paragraphs in the article can be highlighted, copied, and pasted onto a new text document. Then it can be made into a larger text and printed.
On the text document, make the print bigger: