How to Log In
Go to tucson.com and click the “person” icon found on the upper right of the website.
Once you are logged in, click on Today’s E-Edition found on the upper left of Tucson.com and it will take you directly to the E-Edition.
Trouble Logging In
If you’re having trouble logging in for the first time, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-800-695-4492.
If you’ve been logged in before, you may be able to fix the issue yourself by clearing your tucson.com “cookies.” If this does not work, please contact us.
How to Log Out
Click on the Options icon on the right-side panel of the E-Edition and click Logout.
Reading an Article
E-edition offers two primary viewing styles:
Graphic View, which shows an exact replica of our printed product on your screen.
Text View, which converts the graphic text into an easy to read text format.
Hovering over an article on the left side highlights the article.
Clicking on the highlighted area loads that content into the right side for easy reading “text view.”
Pressing the arrows on the right and left sides of the page image will change pages.
You may also click on the next section arrows to jump to the next or previous section
Changing Font Size
When an article is loaded for viewing in text view on the right side of the screen, several control icons will appear above it.
Click on the Increase / Decrease Font size icons to adjust the font size.
Print or Share an Article
The Print icon offers a quick way to print an article. Just click the Print icon and your printer's dialog box should pop up.
The Share icon will open a menu which allows you to select from several ways to send content to friends and family (Email, Print, Facebook, Twitter, etc)
Print a Puzzle
- You can print individual daily puzzles by navigating to the puzzle and clicking the Text/Graphic View icon to get to Graphic view. A “T” will show in the icon circle when you are in the correct view to properly print a puzzle. Once in Graphic view, click the Print icon. This will automatically print the puzzle from your printer onto a single page.
- As a bonus for subscribers, additional puzzles are provided each day by our Gannett partner, and can be accessed by clicking the Puzzles & Games icon toward the bottom of the right-side panel. These Bonus Puzzles can be competed online, without the need to print.
Listen to an Article
The Listen icon offers a way to listen to the text of the article being read out loud by an automated system. After clicking the Listen icon, audio will begin to play automatically.
Translate an Article
To translate an article to a different language, click the article you want to translate, then click on the "Translate to" dropdown and select the desired language.
Switch to Graphic View
Click the Browse icon on the right-side panel to switch to graphic view. Once in graphic view, you can toggle between seeing one page at a time or two pages at a time by clicking the Browse icon again.
Return to Text View
To get back to text view, press the Index icon in the right-hand toolbar, then click the article on the left you’d like to read in text.
View All Pages At Once
To view all the newspaper’s pages at once, click the Pages icon on the right-side panel. Select a page, and it will pop up on the left side of your screen. From there, select an article and it will pop up in text view on the right side of your screen.
Search The Archives
To access previous editions from the past 30 days, click on the Editions Icon at the right-side panel and select from the recent editions listed.
If you wish to access older editions back to 2007, click on the Search Archives and select a date.
Save a Page, Section or Complete Edition
To save a page, section or complete edition, you can download it by going into Pages mode. In the toolbar on the right-hand side. Select the page, section or edition you’d like to save, and press the Download Selected Pages icon on the top left. The system will generate a PDF file. Click the “Click here to download it” link in the pop up box to confirm, and the file will appear in your downloads file.
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