Ok, I'll bite... why don't you just print it and then fax the printout?
You might be able to take a screen shot of the directions or copy & paste the text into a Word doc and then send the doc to your printer as a fax if it has that option. I don't know that many printers have that option anymore unless it's hooked up to some enterprise fax server through a network.
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