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OK, you know when you print out a document off the web, it has the title and page # at the top (in IE 4.0), and the URL at the bottom.  Is there a browser setting (again, using IE 4), that I can set so NONE of these  appear?  Is there an HTML command which can do this?  Either way works, but I NEED to have it so the URL and page number and title aren't printed... Thanks!
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In IE4.0 go to the File pulldown and choose Page Setup.  In that menu, delete the fields for Header and Footer.
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