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How to Print Selected Area of a Webpage in Firefox

Printing a webpage in Firefox is simple. Just by using the “Ctrl + P” shortcut, you can print whole webpage. Now, if you want to print a portion of webpage or only the required part from a webpage, here is how to do that in Firefox. It will help you save both ink and paper.

Capture & Print extension for Firefox lets you print any portion of a webpage just by selecting the area that you want to print, for instance a portion of text or an image from the webpage, etc. so you can save wasting of expensive ink and paper. The add-on is simple and doesn’t require a restart after installing it.

Once you have installed the add-on, it adds an icon on the toolbar. It provides 3 options to print a webpage. You can select these options using your left, right and middle mouse buttons.
If you want to print an area of a webpage, just right click Capture & Print icon, then drag and select the required area to print. It will send you to the print preview page automatically from where you can print the page.

Now, if you do not want to directly send the captured area to the printer and want it to save in clipboard, just right click your mouse to capture the visible area or middle mouse click to select entire webpage.

You can install Capture & Print extension from Firefox’s add-on repository.


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