Printing without the browser elements on the page

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The bottom line is this — there is a document — html page. When you print from the browser it places its system elements — page address, number of pages, date and so on.

Is there a way to only print the page without unnecessary elements?
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Opera > Menu > Print > Print Options > (uncheck) Print Footer and Header
Opera > Menu > Print > Print :)
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Not on Chrome, install Opera.
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brain explosion theme
write in Russian though.
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For Firefox, Opera and IE the headers and footers are configured, Chrome and Safari that didn't work very well.
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Chrome 9.0.597.10 dev — printed without any nonsense.
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Chrome 8.0.552.224 — date and title on top, bottom — the url and page number
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Even ancient IE-6 has a configuration page is printed (something like file->page setup — there removed the header and footer).
In FF about the same: file->page setup->tab "Fields, headers and footers".
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