We should all avoid printing web pages unless it's absolutely necessary. But if you do have to print one, use Printee and try at least to save paper and ink.
Printee is an Internet Explorer plug-in that adds a new button to the browser's interface and displays a new toolbar when you click it. This toolbar lets you remove certain elements from the web page you're about to print – images, banners, superfluous text – that you don't really need to print and would only waste paper and ink.
The buttons included in Printee let you remove the background, get rid of all the images on the page, change text size, adjust the page's width and choose between different page styles. Also, if you click the 'Mode' button, you can manually select which elements of the page you want to keep, and which ones you want to get rid of.
Before actually sending the job to your printer, Printee lets you preview the page so that you get an idea of how it'll look – and how much paper and ink you're saving!
Printee is a nice browser plug-in that lets you save paper and ink by printing only those areas on a web page that are relevant. Too bad it only works with Internet Explorer.