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.
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.
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.
You can do this as follows, in the Google Document click File > Download As > Web page.
Then, open the downloaded file with any browser, print that. At the bottom of the document you will have all the comments.
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="...
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)...
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 ...
You can do easily from your Internet Browser
Go to File menu then choose Print
try it using the following example :
Check the below images
I have tested this on linux machine. the work around is download it as an .odt document. Then open it in libreoffice and then export it as pdf. Since libreoffice is available for windows also so my guess is it will work for windows also.
After exporting it the comments is visible as an icon where you have commented. See screenshot below.
Google docs ...
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
In order to store and print messages from a channel you use the export feature in the client or develop a script that uses the web API.
The export feature works fine, however there are a few constrains:
can only be done by admins or owners
only works for public channels
the format is JSON (one file per channel, each message is one element
in a JSON array)
It's the client that prints email, not Gmail itself. Though your browser, used to view email on the Gmail site, may not offer this feature, another client can do this. For example, if Gmail were to be read using the Mozilla Thunderbird email client, then that client can be configured to print any queue, including the Inbox. For Thunderbird, you'd need the ...
I've made a web service to print Trello boards in multi-column style:
choose number of columns (1 to 6)
select lists to print
optionally print descriptions, checklists, custom fields
apply markdown formatting
How to use:
Give the app permission to read your boards (enable popup windows).
I'm using http://connie-clark.github.io/print-trello/. I run it as instructed, then since I want it all on a quarter-size sheet, I copy/paste the contents of each list into a pre-formatted Word document that I set up. I also made a Word macro to delete out some things I don't want, and quickly turn each list into a Word bulleted list.
It would be so nice ...
Create yet another sheet, with a catchy name like for example PRINTING.
Use the FILTER formula to set the data range and filter for the sub-contractor:
=FILTER(DATA!A:U, DATA!F:F=H1) // H1 = Xzila
If you place H1 outside the printing area, then it will not take part in the printing.
I had the same problem and I think its simply not possible to directly print from Firefox and Safari. On this page in the Google Help there is a separate section about printing with these two browsers. There it says to either print as PDF or another file format, no word about actually printing the document..
Well, maybe late, recently i have write a chrome extension "slack printer" to export the slack messages into html, also support pdf/png/json, event markdown.
Try it in https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/slack-printer/pmoidapkjjlhcdbdjojaekbdlkdjjoab
using this tools, no need as admin role, hopefully it can make your life easier.
The easiest way is to print as a .pdf and use adobe acrobat to remove the images.
Another way is to printscreen if it's only part of a page, align it on a paper sized document (in an online image editor - 8x10 inches or whatever) and paint white over what you don't want.
Another way is to 'save as' in html and open it up in notepad and remove the image ...
James Ferreira wrote a Chrome App for that and used Google Apps Script for it:
Gmail Print All PRO
Google Apps Script Examples
Chrome Web Store
Gmail Print All Pro is here to help you quickly export messages right
to a Google Doc that you can print, save as a pdf, share with others,
or store in a way that works for you. Built to be simple to use, ...
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.
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 ...