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Print Headers iPadOS

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How do I remove the headers Firefox inserts when one uses the print command? Or, at least, make the font much smaller?

How do I remove the headers Firefox inserts when one uses the print command? Or, at least, make the font much smaller?

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Just to clarify, you're doing it from the desktop version, right?

If that's the case, you need to choose to "print using the system dialog". From there, you'll be able to find the page header menu and option to save it as pdf as well.

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Hey there,

You can change the setting from the print dialog. You need to change the page headers setting for the Left, Center, and Right to blank.

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When I open the "print" function, there is no place to do that. I also need to create pdfs without those headers, or at least make them smaller.

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Выбранное решение

Just to clarify, you're doing it from the desktop version, right?

If that's the case, you need to choose to "print using the system dialog". From there, you'll be able to find the page header menu and option to save it as pdf as well.

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No, I am doing on an iPad Pro in iPadOS.

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ah, ok. I don't have iPad to test if it has the same flow (at least that's how it works in MacOS), but I hope you've solved your issue since you've chosen my previous reply as a solution. Otherwise, let me know if you need further help. (:

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When I want to print an article from my default browser Firefox for iPadOS using the built-in pdf-printer, I use the following "workaround": I copy the URL from Firefox, paste it to Microsoft Edge or DuckDuckGo for iPadOS, then print from these browsers - no garbled headers and footers with large fonts.. Maybe Firefox developers will solve this quite old problem in a not too distant future..