Yes, all handbooks are built so that printing is enabled.  The standard page size is A4 but you can use the print options available to use other paper sizes.

Sometimes it may be convenient to print just a portion of a page, for example part of a wiring diagram. When using Adobe Reader: Enlarge the displayed page to your requirements and then select the ‘print’ option. In the choices given for ‘Print Range’ select ‘Current View’ and the preview will show the portion of the page you have selected. Under the options shown for ‘Page Handling’ set the ‘Page Scaling’ to ‘Fit to Printable Area’ and the preview will change to show the enlarged portion of the page.

The handbook contains bookmarks to the primary points of reference such as ‘Contents’ or ‘Illustrations’.  To go directly to the point of interest locate the appropriate bookmark and left-click the mouse.

Each handbook is searchable for words or phrases.  Use the 'Find' toolbar to enter the text to be searched for.  Adobe Reader jumps to the first occurrence of the search.  Press 'Enter' repeatedly to go to each instance of the search text.

This is a ‘hyperlink’ or shortcut to another part of the handbook. It is used to go to the item  being referenced such as a figure, page or paragraph. By using the ‘next view’ and ‘previous view’ facility of Adobe Reader you can move through relevant sections of a handbook very quickly.

Make sure your Adobe Reader tool bar has the ‘Page Display Toolbar’ enabled with the options ‘Previous View’ and ‘Next View’ selected. You can then retrace the links and return to your starting point. If you select the next or previous page you can still return to your starting point by using the ‘Previous View’ button.

If the next/previous page, or view, buttons are not visible they can be enabled by ensuring the ‘Page Navigation’ toolbar is turned on in the ‘View:Show/Hide’ menu.  The individual buttons can be enabled by setting the options in the ‘View:Show/Hide:Tool Bar Items:Page Navigation’ menu.