The plugin contains two files. print-css.php, which is the plugin file itself, and print.css, a sample print stylesheet. A link to the print stylesheet will be placed in your theme’s header, providing it uses the wp_head() function/hook. An admin panel is added to the Presentations menu and it will allow you to edit the stylesheet if you make print.css writeable. You probably want to edit the stylesheet provided to your liking, though it will hopefully do most of the job if your theme is sandbox-based. I’m happy to include any improvements to the print stylesheet. The print stylesheet will be used to print your blog pages, instead of the normal screen stylesheet. Future Development I’d love to be able to include a complete and rich print stylesheet. One that deals well with most major themes, and which actually does take some care to get the typography right. Get in touch if you feel you can help.