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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Printing without headers & footers

    Senario: need to print certs (via ASP web page)

    Problem: on IE (we got them headers & footers) that are by default enabled., anyone know of any codes that can by pass and disable the header and footers just for the cert printing page?

    of course we could go into file>page setup.. etc...
    but thats a solution...a desktop helpdesk engineer would give,


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    What do you mean the headers and footers? You mean the menu bar and status bar?
    That which does not kill me postpones the inevitable.

  3. #3
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    what i mean is this,
    if your using IE click on File> print preview (what do u see at the top)?
    its the website address, etc, and at the footer is the page number

    Now if you go to file > page setup> look what under header and footer...

    i think his is not an ASP question... should be a HTA question or maybe a javascript that can do it.

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    Ah.. yes.. there's no way to exclude this programmically outside of possibly ActiveX. To do so would be to change settings on the client's browser, which is strictly prohibited. Now, ActiveX being a trusted component when it's installed has full reign to the computer. You may be able to squeek something out there, but I've never seen anything if the sort.
    That which does not kill me postpones the inevitable.

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