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Printing in IE without Headers or Footers.

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Hello,

I have a webpage in my intranet where users can get and print reports. I
need a way to supress the header and footer that IE puts when you print a
page. This must happen without the users action. It must be automatically.

Thanks
Jul 25 '06 #1
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There are css directives such as "media" and "screen" that allow to control
some aspects of printing. However, I believe the header/ footer arrangement
is controlled by the user so it may be that this would be very difficult.
Peter

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"Joao" wrote:
Hello,

I have a webpage in my intranet where users can get and print reports. I
need a way to supress the header and footer that IE puts when you print a
page. This must happen without the users action. It must be automatically.

Thanks
Jul 25 '06 #2

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