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  1. #1
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    Dec 1969

    Default Printing a webpage

    Is there a way to print a webpage without the standard header and footer of IE? Now there is a &#039;page 1 of 2&#039; mark and a URL printed on the and of the page. I need to print some output of a intranet site on company paper and don&#039;t want these things. <BR><BR>Suggestions to put these settings of in IE (or even Netscape) are also usefull. It is also possible to send the output by mail and get it in a mailbox. But outlook (our email prog) prints always the header (from, to, subject, ...) with it, disableling this is also possible.... but how?

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Dec 1969

    Default RE: Printing a webpage

    Just go to "Page Setup" in the file menu and delete the codes that are in the header and footer sections. You might want to copy and pste them into a text file first. In case you ever want to put those codes back in.

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