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How can I remove URL from print out?

Posted on 2001-08-03
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I have a link, when users click this link, they can print out the result of calculation, on the print out page, URL is always displayed on the bottom of page, I want to remove this URL from the print out. How can I do it?
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Question by:huixu01
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ckosloski earned 50 total points
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You can't remove it.  The user has to change this.  

In IE go to File|Page Setup and remove anything in the "header" and "footer".  

In Netscape go to File|Page Setup and uncheck the items you don't want to print under the header and footer section.
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By not using HTML for printing...make a PDF file or create a word file or something from your page...THAT you can print without the URL....HTML was just not designed for printing...

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I, for one, LIKE having the URL printed on the bottom.  One of the ideals of the 'Net is giving the end users as many choices as possible.
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