If you just right-click on the picture and choose “Print Picture,” you will get a small picture, as Facebook has reduced it to a thumbnail (small) size so the pages can load more quickly for you.
If you want the picture to print larger, click the picture, and it will pop up in a larger size. Now, if you right-click on the picture and choose “Print Picture” in the pop-up menu, you will get a larger image if the owner of the Facebook page loaded a larger file.
After you choose “Print Picture,” the box will appear where you choose the printer and number of copies and other information that you normally encounter when printing things in Windows.
Send your questions to Dwight Watt at email@example.com. He teaches at a technical college in northwest Georgia and does consulting work for businesses and individuals. His website is www.dwightwatt.com.