Chris Merchant wrote:right click on the image and copy it. Then paste it into word or a graphics app to print it out, or save it. That should do the trick.
It's difficult for me to respond to your vacuous, profoundly unhelpful advice without resorting to expletives.
Let me give you an anal
Me: "This gun doesn't fire when I pull the trigger."
You: "Try pulling the trigger, that should work."
The reference sheet is identified as being a jpg. As such, I should be able to view it on my computer after saving it. The fact that I can't, and that a little window pops up that says the file "may be unsupported or corrupted" pretty much tells me that it won't be recognized by my paint program either - which it isn't.
Yes, I know I could take a screenshot, crop it and then print it out, but, due to my helpful nature and character, I figured that I would point out that something is amiss with the jpg, so that others may also benefit from the issue being corrected.
So, instead of flying off the handle with a completely useless piece of advice, why don't you first try copying and saving the "jpg" to see for yourself that the file is corrupted.