Print Only The Parts Of A Web Page That You Wish
This is a "bread&butter" tool. I love it. I can now move stuff around, eliminate what's unneeded, and re-size to print exactly what I need
Most web sites now carrying loads of ads, pictures, banners, and other assorted content in addition to the actual text. Printing a web page can be difficult. Photos and banners wastes ink.
Some sites, of course, offer a "print this page" option which strips out much of the unnecessary content. But still, there are often adverts left in the printout.
What I've become accustomed to is a copy/paste of text into Word, or into my Gmail (or any other E-mail client), and print from there. No longer necessary, a MUCH more sophisticated option.
Browse to www.printwhatyoulike.com and, on the home page, enter the address of the page that you want to print. The service is completely free, and you DON'T have to register or log in. Once you've entered the URL, your chosen web page will appear on screen, with the PWYL menu to the left. You can now click around the loaded web page and highlight, or delete individual components on the page. If you know HTML, refers to any "div" area.
Once you've got exactly what you want to print, just hit the Print button and you're done.
PrintWhatYouLike is a great idea and can save you time and ink. It's free, and there's nothing to download or install either. A winner, I believe.
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