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How do I remove headers and footers from printed Documentation?

Sometimes, when printing a letter or document from within WriteUpp, you will see the page title and the URL on the printed document. This is a default setting in your internet browser, which can easily be turned off. These settings are usually found in the print window after you select the Print icon in WriteUpp.

The setting to remove the headers and footers will depend on your operating system and internet browser. You can find instructions on how to do this for some of the more common browsers below:

Google Chrome

In the print window, click on More Settings and uncheck Header & Footers:

Microsoft Edge

After clicking print, click on More Settings and uncheck Headers and footers:

If you're using an older version of Edge or Windows, you might see a 'Headers and footers' dropdown rather than a check box. If so, set this to Off:


When you click print, deselect Print Headers and Footers:


In the print window, click on Show Details and make sure that all of the 'Page Headers' and 'Page Footers' dropdown options are set to --blank--:

If you are using another browser and would like some advice about how to turn Headers & Footers off, please get in touch via live chat and let us know your Operating System and Internet Browser (along with the version).

Browser versions are constanting updating, so the screenshots in this article may not accurately represent what the browsers look like today, but the process should remain largely the same.

Updated on: 30/05/2024

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