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Since you all ready use Firefox you may all ready know about this great add-on called Aardvark. It adds a great feature to the browser that allows you to save printer ink. Intriguing, huh?
It works like this:
Let's say you're on a web page that you want to print out (or save as a PDF to print later). Usually there's a bunch of stuff on the page you don't need at all; like ads, headers, etc.
With Aardvark installed, you can eliminate things on the page you don't need. How? Either right click on the page and click Start Aardvark from the context menu or go to TOOLS in the menu and click Start Ardvark. Now you just move your mouse around the screen and you will see a red box appear around different page elements. If you type "I" on and element it will isolate that element (get rid of anything on that page except for what's in the box). Click "R" and it will remove the element. "H" will give you a list of all the commands (yes, there are other features too). And "Q" to quit.
Pretty cool, don't you think?
Thank you so much,Thingofitis. This is just what I need.