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I found the Board Printer for Trello Google Chrome extension very useful. Board Printer for Trello adds the ability to print the cards from your boards on Trello. Printing your cards can make it really easy to manage both a physical and virtual scrum board at the same time.


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It doesn't appear possible at the moment; Unfortunately you cannot print or export comments to PDF at this time See answer here What is suggested is exporting your comments as a .doc file (then converting to .pdf perhaps ?) which apparently retains the comments. Hope this helps.


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Best way of doing it is to open developer tools (mostly key f12 on windows machine). Hover mouse pointer on element and delete its corresponding html in opened web tools. This can be extended for pages not having 'print' view CSS and showing sidebars etc., layout required for print can be changed.


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The Trello team has released some printing styles so printing a board or card is more legible. Printing a single list is not currently possible, nor a planned feature. Simply use the browser's printing ability to print: cmd+P, control+p, File → Print, or right click → Print


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I have just created a Google Chrome extension that will remove the Gmail logo from the top of the print screen automatically! Give it is a try: Email Print Page Cleaner. Let me know if there are any issues. It is fairly simple so there should not be any problems. The source for it is on Github, so feel free to take a look at it.


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Most likely there will be a line like this in the head tag: <link ... media="print" ... /> Just remove it through the Chrome Inspector by right clicking it and deleting it. If that does not fix it, there is most likely another one. The problem with doing this however is that sometimes it still will not render as the other ones are most likely media="...


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You cannot. It is a limited preview, the author has not given Google Books the rights to print or save. If it were a Full Preview you would see something similar to the following in the case of Pride and Prejudice on the page And then on the output page near the bottom, Please see Google Books Usage page for more information.


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http://trelloprinter.com/ This is the best solution I've found so far. It lets you select how much of the card you want to print including comments on cards and checklists, not just the names of the cards themselves. My main complaint is that after about a month the site stops working and will no longer show your boards and lists. I came up with a ...


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I agree 100% with the OP that, while design specs are slightly different for print versus paper forms, they certainly are translatable. I was frustrated with the same problem, so I created a small web app called Google Paper Forms that will do exactly what you are looking to do: translate your Google Form to a printable, paper-ready PDF file. It ...


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You can do easily from your Internet Browser Go to File menu then choose Print try it using the following example : https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dFBSU1ZiYzZ6MUpGeE90X0lGTl8xQXc6MA Check the below images Chrome IE


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Memeoirs does exactly what you need. You can choose to print the e-mails you have exchanged with your girlfriend only. Furthermore, you can also limit the time period of the conversations, to, say, February 2010 - February 2011. All the hard work is done for you, and that includes stripping away forward / reply quotes, signatures, etc. The final result is ...


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The best and simple way is just select the part of the message you want to print, then right click and select print.


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Within Outlook.com, when viewing an email you should see a dropdown arrow next to "Actions" with an option to "Print message". This will give you a printable version of your email.


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It doesn't show up, but if you search for the document you can find it in Google Drive. It seems like a bug to me... To see what it was saved as, try visiting here: https://www.google.com/cloudprint/#jobs


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To save and print images from Google Maps, you should use Google Map Saver. Google Map Saver (GMS) offers you an easy and free way to download big Google Maps on your PC as JPEG, PNG-8, PNG-24, BMP or Targa files. GMS is light (only ~400 KBytes) and very easy to run since doesn’t have an installer. You can save maps up to 12000 x 12000 pixels and then print ...


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As a workaround you can change the font of the bullet points (only) to Arial. There's a long thread about it and the workaround here: https://productforums.google.com/d/msg/docs/lsU8AMWoc8k/Yc3sd9U72OkJ


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The highest resolution versions will be sent to print. Flickr will offer recommendations on the best size prints available based on the photo's size and resolution; see What does "Not recommended for printing" mean? You can over-ride this (not recommended) using the 'More options' link in the order pop-up;


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Enable IMAP, configure a local email client for IMAP access, and print all the messages in that folder.


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another good solutions is Trello2html https://trello.com/b/j2Fj36tT/trello2html-export-and-print-trello-boards Github project https://github.com/tianshuo/trello


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Finally...they now support printing it out. https://plus.google.com/u/0/+GoogleDrive/posts/ZSWMyZKC22t


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To print an email (or an entire conversation), you have to use Gmail buttons. On the top right corner of the mail, there is this icon: Click on the down arrow, then you will get a menu, just choose Print. If you want to print the entire conversation, click on the printer icon on the top right of the conversation (at the right edge of the title/label line)...


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Use any Adblock browser extension to block the <DIV> element or the actual image file. This has the advantage that you only need to do it once.


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You cannot control what features blogs published by other people have. And even if you own the blogs, the options are limited in Wordpress.com. If what you really need to do is read the posts off-line, then try a tool like HTTRack to store a copy of just the blog post you are interested in on your PC.


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Not all themes include styles for print, which would generally suppress comments and other unnecessary content. You might try one of the "read later" services (such as Pocket, which is what I use) which do a very good job of distilling out just the content of a blog post and should print them much "cleaner". Of course, by this time you already have the ...


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I'm not sure how you've managed to get rid of all your function buttons, but you could try the shortcut shift + P to print.


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Unfortunately not, you can only print a single board. A work-around hack: Temporarily re-order your card lists to put the list you want to print first on your board. Select print from the board options. In the print preview, only select the first X pages that correspond to your first list (you may get the top of your next list on).


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Open the Chrome dev tools and force the CSS media type to screen as explained in this Stackoverflow answer. Keeping dev tools open, print preview will now use the screen styles.


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I've noticed that saving a document as PDF to Google Drive this way will give the document an URL as its name, and doesn't show up automatically in the recent files list. If you search your Drive for https you'll get results, the first one likely being the document you just saved. You can right-click that, then rename it. Once it's been renamed it shows ...


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Printing lists has not been a highly requested feature and would require a bit of work, whereas boards and cards are already well-formatted for printing. It's hard to prioritize them over features like copying cards. JSON is the native data format for Trello, and thus is the easiest to implement. Other formats require munging and converting and will take ...



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