Print Web page frames
- 03 March, 1999 21:49
Q: I often have problems printing Web pages with frames. How can I get the browser to print the portion of the page that I want to print?
- Elliot Lax
A: In Navigator 4.5, click the frame you want to print (be careful not to click any links), then move your pointer to the Print button on the toolbar. You'll notice that it now says Print the selected frame, so click it. If you're not sure whether the frame you're printing is the right one (the confusing design of some sites makes it hard to tell where one frame ends and another begins), right-click anywhere inside the frame and select Open Frame in New Window. Then view the new page that opens and (if it's the right one) print it. In IE, click the frame in question, select File-Print, and click next to the option Only the selected frame.