You can choose how you want your map to look when it's printed, and you can choose what other information you'd like to print below the map.
First of all, check your map. Can you clearly see your route with all of the markers displayed legibly? If not, there are two ways to fix this.
Double click (or use the scroll bar) in the map pane to zoom in until you can see all the markers clearly. You can also click and drag the map canvas to position it. If your route is too long, or if you have too many markers overlapping, you can go back to your working map on the main map center page and delete some. (If you delete or add markers to your saved map, you'll need to resave your map before printing.)
Once the map displays the way you want it on this page, choose what features you want to print by checking the corresponding boxes in the list to the left. You can click "Check All" if you'd like to print all the information available. (Note that if you have numerous markers on your map, and you choose to print lots of information, you could be printing many pages.)
Once you have selected your print options, click the "Print Setup" button at the bottom of the list. This will take you to a page displaying what will print. If you're satisfied, click on the "Print" icon at the upper left of that page.
Additional info: Different browsers handle print functions in different ways. If you are using Firefox or Internet Explorer, navigate to File > Page Setup and make sure the "Print Background Colors and Images" box is checked. Also, you can use your browser's "Print Preview" feature to get a more precise look at how your printed document will look. If you are unable to get the "print setup" page to display, check to make sure your browser isn't blocking "popups." You may need to try different settings to get your desired results with your equipment. Please let us know if you have problems, and we'll do our best to help!