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I need to print a document for IE.  Everything is fine except I can't get rid of the darn header and footer that is printed with every page.  This is normally fine but, I am trying to print checks.  People don't want to see the URL or any of that other junk on their checks.  Any help or direction would be appreciated.
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Scott Bennett earned 100 total points
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In IE
1.  Click "File"
2.  Select "Page Setup"
3.  Delete the text in the field labeled "Header"
4.  Delete the text in the field labeled "Footer"
5.  Press "OK"
6.  Print as you usually do

-Scott
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I am very appreciative that you knew how to do that.  It was so simple it makes me embarrased!  You deserve the points more than me.  Thanks!

-Nate
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