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When I print a page another page prints with filename, directory, template, title, subject, etc...how do I turn this off? Thanks

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  • holdenr Aug 19, 2008

    thanks heaps



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Youre probably using Microsoft Word. If so click on file, print , options, and de-select the tick by"document properties". That will solve your problem.

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