Hi guys WIN XP, OpenOffice as a word processor, Firefox 188.8.131.52 Just got my parents a new Laser Monochrome printer. My Dad is always trying to print things he sees on the Web - from hotel booking confirmations he gets in his in-box to articles he reads at the NYT, to pages containing tables, like those you see at a cruise ship site where the different cruise packages are being described. We have found that printing things like this is hit and miss - sometimes you can just click Control-P and it will print. Other times you can click the 'Printable Version' and you will get a version that works. However, this does not always work - the text is sometimes cut off at the sides. I sometimes try to highlight the material and then paste it into a Word Processor. This works fairly well, but not always. I did a search and found out about programs like Net Snippets and eSnip. However, Net Snippets is no longer being developed and eSnips does not seem to be exactly what I want. I need a (hopefully freeware) program that will allow me to easily cut content from a web page and paste it into OpenOffice and then print it. Actually, I do not need to paste it anywhere - as long as I can cut it and print it, that's fine. I would like the ability to take a web page with a bunch of images and just snip out the text, thereby saving ink instead of printing all the advertisements and other images. Can anyone suggest a good program for this?