Most databases only show a description of each article. To view the full article, you must locate the PDF. The location and appearance of the PDF link is different in each database. Below are some examples:
In EBSCOhost databases
In SciTech Premium Collection
No PDF Link?
Sometimes an article is discoverable in a database but doesn't "live" in that database. If you don't see a PDF link, look for a link that says something like "Find Full Text.." This link will either take you to the database where the article lives, or it will prompt you to submit an "Article Delivery Request."
In Web of Science
Saving / Printing Articles
Open the PDF of the article.
Once the PDF is open, you should see a toolbar in the lower-right of the screen. If you do not see it, try hovering the mouse cursor over the lower-right part of the window, and the toolbar should appear.
Click the icon of a floppy disk to save or the icon of a printer to print.
The best way to email an article is to download/save its PDF, log in to your email, attach the PDF to an email, and send it to whoever you'd like--including to yourself.