Answered By: Sarah Morehouse
Last Updated: May 01, 2015     Views: 9

Harvard Business Review has disabled print functionality for their articles as a Digital Rights Management (DRM) measure. 

The way they have done this is by modifying the PDF so that it can't be printed, or copy and pasted. You also can't highlight or add notes to these PDF files.

Another problem is that they have OCR disabled and are not "readable" by a screen reader. If you need to use a screen reader because you are blind or visually impaired, and you need to read one of these articles, please contact the college's Office of Disability Services so that they can have a screen reader-enabled or audio version made available to you. 

We regret that there is no way to print these articles. We understand how inconvenient and uncomfortable it is for many people to read on the computer, but unfortunately there is nothing we can do about it. 

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