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Print Out Just the Content You Need from Your Websites

Print Just Selected Text and Graphics on Websites.

Have you ever needed to print out some text on a website --just not all of it? Here's how to print out only what you need/p>

On the site,, highlight the text or image(s) you want to print. Use the key combo [Ctrl][P].

When the Print window comes up, select the printer you want to send it to. Then, under Page Range, mark the radio button next to Selection. Click Print. Just your highlighted selection will print out.

This is an awesome tip. It saves paper, ink, time and money -- why print out tons of website junk you don't need?

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