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Default Remove/Hide Div in Javascript Popup

I'm a javascript newbie and I could use some help with the following issue.

Is it possible to create a popup window that, when the user clicks, will remove a div tag(s) from the page which appears in the new window. An example would be like when you click "print this page" on a page and all you get is the text of a page in a new window (with the header, footer, and nav items removed.

I don't even know if javascript is what I should be using for this so any suggestions (using alternatives) are welcome.

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If you want this solution just for printing a page then CSS will be enough, no need for java script.

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This solution is needed so that no navigation can occur in the new page. Printing a page was just an example. I don't want the user to be prompted which printer to select (like most "print a page" examples).

Can you provide me with sample CSS code for this purpose?

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