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> > I've been trying to save or print from web sites done in Frames -
> > > without success. Is there a trick to this or is it simply not
> possible to
> > > print web frames...?
> If you want to print just one frame's worth of material, click
> somewhere in that frame before clicking the Print icon. You will have a
> much better chance that just that frame will print.
In Netscape Communicator 4.5, there is a "Print Frame" command on the File
menu. In IE 4.0, the Print dialog box has options you select for printing
frames. But you must first put the focus on the frame you wish to print by
clicking in it, as was pointed out.
Lone Technical Writer
Open Text Corp, LAVA Div.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada