How To Print Selected Text on Webpages?
By on December 1st, 2009

There are several times when you might want to just print certain text from a webpage. Instead of copying the text and pasting it in a Word or text file, you can use a simple trick to print selected text on webpages.

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To print selected tables on webpages, first select the text you want to print on a webpage and hit Ctrl + Pto bring up the print dialog.

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In the printer dialog, select the radio button next to Selectionif it is not already selected and hit the print button. That’s it, only the selected content will now be printed. If you are looking for more such solutions, you might want to check out how you can print only what you want in Internet explorer, or use the Print What You Like .

This trick has been tested in , and . Currently does not seem to support this feature, there is a lengthy discussion about the lack of this feature in Chrome, hopefully it should be added in the future versions.

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