You can print using the command line below the editor window - to get to that line, press Esc when you are in the source. Or just click in it. Type ? print - you will see all the options.

I usually use

print tokenized off lineNumbers off

to get the entire source. To print only what you've selected, use

print block tokenized off lineNumbers off

If you want line numbers and/or shading of elements, make the obvious changes.

The print command also works even if the File->Print option is disabled - as is is for indented source.

HTH
Vern

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