As Jon has said do the "show run" and then press the space bar until you got all the configuration listed (the configuration is displayed to fit the screen then you just push space bar to get the rest).
After all the configuration is there, just copy it (if you are using windows telnet on XP you'll need to choose mark first) and then paste it into a .txt notepad file.
If you have hyperterminal on your windows desktop you can telnet in with that rather than using a DOS prompt. Under the "Transfer" option along the top you can use "Capture text" which allows you to specify a file on your PC. You then do a "sh run" and then go back and "end capture". The file you specified will have the config in it.
It really depends on what emulator you use , if you use something like Tera Term just use the log function , specify where you want to put the file , do a sh runn , when done close the TT log box . Then open the file with wordpad and you can print it from there .
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