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Re: "Also I use CUPS-PDF for my default printer, so I can print pages from a
browser and skip those pages I do not want/need to print."

I hadn't thought of that, but coincidentally I just opened a new ink
cartridge from HP and found a promotion for something they call "Smart
Print," a (seems to be) free downloadable app to do just that (pick and
choose what elements of a web page are printed). Unfortunately, as is fairly
common, there is no Linux version. I wrote to them, of course, suggesting
that their HP-LIP folks might take a look at it to see if they could do a
Unix version.

For anyone who might be willing to write a macro or add-in for LibreOffice,
the site gives an overview of what the app
does. If such an app could be made to work with web pages and possibly pdf
files, I suspect it might be a pretty popular download ...

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