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I have a site containing frames. If i choose print from ie it prints all the frames on seperate pages.  What i would like to know is it possible to add a link to one of the pages within the frameset to print just that frame/page.
Also if this is possible how do i do it?

Anyone know,

Ivan.
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you could put this link on each page that you want to print.

<img src="printbtn.gif" onclick=window.print()>

this will print only that page not the frame.
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