How to Print Email From Gmail Without Header.
The most tedious task is printing out Gmail threads and conversations. Even if you manage to somehow fit them on one page, the next thing is to get rid of the Gmail logo. Ugly Gmail logo and header. It’s also informal when you send printouts to customers. So here are 3 nifty ways to get rid of the Gmail logo and headers from your prints.
How to print email from Gmail without a header
1. Right click
The easiest way to print an email from Gmail without a header is to select all the text and print it. All you have to do is first select the text you want to print. Then right-click it and choose Print.
When you click Print, you will see a preview dialog box. Now you can see the Gmail logo is missing in the print preview. This is because you are not using Gmail’s built-in print feature.
This is a one-time trick and is not possible if you want to print multiple threads and conversations.
2. Check the item
Pick and Print is the fastest way to print without the Gmail logo. But even after you do this, you can still see the header text that says “Gmail: Subject Line”.
To remove the Gmail header, we can use the Inspect Element tool. In case you don’t know, Inspect element is a tool built into most web browsers that allows you to modify the code on any website. If you are not familiar with code, go to Chrome extension
Now we first need a preview page. To do this, click the print icon on the Gmail page. It is located in the upper right corner of the subject line.
On the preview page, you can see the Gmail logo, email ID, and title bar. This is what we want to get rid of. But this page is hidden and we cannot change the Inspect element here. Hence, click Cancel to hide the print preview.
After you have canceled the preview, right-click and select “Check” on the webpage. Alternatively, you can press Ctrl + Shift + I to access the Inspect item.
In the Check Item tab, make sure you are on the Items tab. Now hover over the code until you reach the