At work, one of the things I do pretty often is write print generators in HTML to recreate and replace forms that the company has traditionally done handwritten on paper or in Excel. This allows the company to move into new web-based tools where the form is autofilled by URL parameters from our database, while getting the same physical output everyone’s familiar with.

This article explains some of the CSS basics that control how your webpages look when printed, and a couple of tips and tricks I’ve learned that might help you out.

Source: CSS for printing to paper