Looking for an extension for Firefox or Chrome, able to cut the desired part of the page before saving

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Explain first why I need it — very convenient book to throw in the kindle direct in the mail. A lot of articles on habré simply do not have time to read, I want them to procrastinate, and to do this just to throw in your kindle. But since convert takes too long and a significant amount of time, it is easier just to send by email to kindle html stranicu, and voila it's already in my kindle.
But the thing is converted article is somehow crooked, flipping through the cap I popay in the middle of the article and have to scroll back to get to the beginning. Short horror.
It was therefore decided that the page pre-trimmed of excess junk, which will, I hope, to convert the same article without errors.
In chrome there is a wonderful resolution Print plus, which allows you to not print the page completely, and it is those units that I specify. If you still want to save in html, I have not been.
In Mozilla, too, was a wonderful extension (have not polsus the Mozilla Foundation, so I write it, but I think it is now) — Read it later it was called and was allowed to keep in your archive pages, and pre-cutting all the excess what is on the page.
And, in fact, after a fruitless search, try to ask Hebraist — can anyone come across an extension that allows you to select the area of the page to save, ie, highlight the desired div for example, and kept that interesting.
The question was asked specifically so deployed, may be someone know another way for fast bombarding amazonesque pages in the book.

PS to convert the computer however, there is no desire — then the process is strongly stretched in time. I want to find a versatile and quick way.
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In Yandex.The bar there is a button that shows only the text of the article. Then print to virtual PDF printer and sending it to Amazon.
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Can try instapaper.com and appropriate extension to it. However auto cast didn't work, but you can also manually download the file (mobi) and send to kindle-email.
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here another problem arises — of PDF is not convenient to read on kindle because of 6 inches, and the text is small.
although the text pulls you in the picture I like. perhaps you should look for a solution to print in the doc but not pdf.
Thank you!
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And if the articles initially to take the "mobile" Habra http://m.habrahabr.ru/?
And then really packing/convert to your liking...
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