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Custom View JSP question

I'm new to JSP and I'm following the guidelines in the Creating JSPs section of the manual. I'm making progress and have come up with a problem-- how do I put in the default buttons? Creating my own view eliminates the Comment, Modify, Delete, etc buttons and more importantly the Print icon.

I'm working to make the printout something we can read, as the default print is too small (would be nice to be in a paperless world, but we're not there yet.)

Or if there's an easier way to make to make the print of the default view in a larger font size, other than to create a custom view with larger font sizes, I'm open to do that also.

Thanks,

Rich
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