The purpose of using a web-based manual for the X1W kits is to provide you with the latest up-to-the-minute information in a format that most anyone that has a PC can use. Additionally, it also provides a means to easily update and modify the manual to correct errors or add new material.
However, we do realize that in most cases you would like to have a printed copy of the material. The web pages have been designed with this in mind. On framed pages - which is used here - most browsers will print the current frame. After opening the page you wish to print, click somewhere inside the frame on that page. With Mozilla, Firefox and Netscape, click the print icon or File/Print through the menu. Be sure that "print the selected frame" (or something similar) is selected and then click OK. In Internet Explorer, right-click inside the frame (but not on an image - that includes the schematics) and click 'Print'.
All schematics and board layouts have been oriented on their side. This, again, is intentional to facilitate printing. With the page oriented this way, you won't have to change the default page orientation in your browser to landscape. In the event a schematic is split over two pages (likely with Mozilla, Firefox or Netscape), right-click on the schmatic and select 'View Image'. You should be able to then print the image without splitting it across two pages.
If the drawings and schematics appear to be missing lines or pieces of the drawings, try right-clicking and select the view image option. This should enable you to clearly see the drawing. When you print a web page that looks like this, it should print normally (i.e., it should not be missing lines or parts of the drawings).