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Google Gmail

Print E-Mail Messages

SUMMARY: Use Gmail's print function to print e-mail, not your web browser's.

(Note that this tip was written February 21, 2006. Gmail's interface is subject to change.)

Need to print a message in one of your Gmail folders or inbox? Instead of clicking "File" - "Print" from your web browser, you may have missed a "Print" link - it's near the top-right of the page, to the right of the subject text. Click it to get a pre-formatted e-mail page that removes most of the clutter, making for cleaner printouts.

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