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How to print part of an e-mail don't want all the addresses on the page or advertisement can I highlight the part I want and then print

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First click on foarward, cause then you'll be able to select ( highlight ) the text you want to print,

When your printer options comes up, select the "selected" option, then it will only print the currnet selected text...

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How do I print off E-Mails?


Right click on the body of the email and select Print.

Otherwise, if you don't want the whole page but just the body of the mail, you can do one of two things:

  • Highlight the body of the email, go to File, and select Print. OR
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Some one have used my email address to send advertisement to me, how can this happen and how to fixe this.


First, change the password on your email address. something "strong"...use capital and lowercase letters and numbers (XxX123ZzZ)

It sounds like someone signed up for a website/service that sends advertisements to your email address. The advertisements probably have the name of the site sending them. You might be able to go to that site and discontinue your account there.
You can also block future advertisements using filters (assuming all the advertisements have something in common...who sent it, subject, etc)
In the upper-right corner of your Yahoo! Mail page, click the Options link, then select Mail Options from the menu.
On the left side of the page, click the Filters link.
On the top of the Filters page, click the Add Filter button.
A page appears where you can define the rule and the destination for the new filter.
Type a unique name for the new filter in the Filter Name box, such as "advertisements"
Define one or more rules for the filter.
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  • To/CC header-Who the message is addressed to.
  • Subject-The subject text.
  • Body-The message or body text.
From the Move to Folder pull-down list, choose the destination folder where you want the message to go (probably SPAM)
  • Contains-the area must contain the target text. For example, the target text "Chris" would match all the following: "School project on Christopher Columbus," "I forgot to call Chris," "chris9441@yahoo.com."
  • Does not contain-the area must not contain the target text. (This is a negative condition.) For example, the target text "Chris" would match any area that does not contain "Chris."
  • Begins with-the area must contain the target text at the beginning. For example, the target string "Chris" would match "chris9441@yahoo.com," but not "School project on Christopher Columbus" or "I forgot to call Chris."
  • Ends with-the area must contain the target text at the end. For example, the target string "Chris" would match "I forgot to call Chris," but not "chris9441@yahoo.com" or "School project on Christopher Columbus."
Click the Save Changes button to save the filter.

In the worst case you can just get a new email address and tell your contacts about it.

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Look through the menus on the device for printing a "Network Configuration Page"
Look for "Hardware Address" on the page that prints out.

Hope this helps you!

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Restore Your Printer To Factory Default Setting.
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1. Press MENU/ENTER.
2. Use the < or the > button to select Service, and then press MENU/ENTER.
3. Use the < or the > button to select Restore defaults, press MENU/ENTER, and then press
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Configure the printer as below :
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For a complete list of supported networks and for instructions on configuring network parameters from
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Manually configuring TCP/IP parameters from the printer control
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Use manual configuration to set an IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway.
Setting an IP address
1. Press Menu.
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4. Press to highlight EMBEDDED JETDIRECT, and then press .
5. Press to highlight TCP/IP, and then press .
6. Press to select CONFIG METHOD.
7. Press to highlight MANUAL, and then press .
8. Press to highlight MANUAL SETTINGS, and then press .
9. Press to highlight IP Address:, and then press .
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11. Press to move to the next set of numbers. (Press to move to the previous set of numbers.)
NOTE To cycle through the numbers faster, hold down the arrow button.
12. Repeat steps 10 and 11 until the correct IP address is entered, and then press to save the
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In Word you simply select the information you wish to print, then click on the "Tools" tab, select "Letters and Mailings", and follow it to "Envelopes and Labels". When you open the last tab the information (address) will already be there.

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And your problem was what? E-mail advertisements in E-mail comes from you or someone putting your e-mail address on the internet when you signed up for something and did not read the fine print. The only way to stop them is to get another e-mail address and do not use it for signing up for anything. You can try to block them with a spam filter that is built in to most e-mails. Outlook express has a way to block the sender if you look at the tools - Message setting. I can't help you much more than that because you did not give any information at all. I had to guess what you wanted.
Rate me if this helped.

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The problem you are having is caused because you are printing from a web based email and just clicking print prints the email, the frame and all the advertising on the page.

to avoid this try the following:

1. Doubleclick the email to open it, not just use a preview pane.
2. Highlight just the text that you want to print. (You can click the cursor at the beginning of the text, hold down the CNTL Key and then press down arrow till all lines of text you want are highlighted)
3. Click FILE, PRINT on the browser menu (DO NOT CLICK THE PRINT ICON)
4. A Print window should appear, in the PRINT RANGE section, click SELECTION, then click OK. At this time, only the text you selected should print.

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