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This article describes how to print a Web page in Internet Explorer 5.5.
When you print a Web page, you can print the page as you see it on the screen, or you can print the sections of the Web page that you want, such as a frame. In addition, you can specify that you want to print additional information in the headers and footers, such as the window title, page address, date, time, and page numbers.
How to Print the Contents of a Web Page
To print the contents of a Web page, click Print on the File menu, and then choose the printing options that you want.
How to Print the Contents of a Frame
To print the contents of a frame on a Web page, right-click the frame, click Print, and then choose the printing options that you want.
How to Change the Appearance of a Web Page When You Print It
To change the appearance of a Web page when you print it:
On the File menu, click Page Setup.
In the Margins boxes, type the margin measurements in inches.
In the Orientation box, click either Portrait or Landscape to specify whether you want the page to be printed vertically or horizontally.
Click Headers. In each Headers and Footers box, specify the information that you want to print by using the following variables. Note that you can combine variables with text (for example, Page &p of &P).
To print this
Page address (URL)
Date in short format (in Regional Settings in Control Panel)
Date in long format (in Regional Settings in Control Panel)