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Default Print of DataGrid


I have a datagrid on a webform.
I want to get its print.

I can do this by the following way.
1. I can create a printer friendly page for the data of grid.
2. Onload i can issue "window.print()" command.

but this method prints some extra information like URI, Date and Page number.

is there anyother way to do this.
or can i control the window.print() to not to print extra information.

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Old September 16th, 2004, 02:09 PM
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You are going to be limited by what the browser prints. If the browser wants to print extra stuff, it will.

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