When you are using Gmail in a Chrome browser, printing without Gmail (or other) logo is quite simple. Use the “inspect element” webmaster feature build into Chrome to remove the logo. Here is how it works:
First open the message you want to print, click on the print icon or choose print from the drop down menu. Now you see a screen like this:
Cancel the print task by clicking CANCEL. ( We need to remove the logo first, only then we want to go ahead with printing ).
Now, RIGHT click the LOGO and choose “Inspect element” from the menu. ( Remember, you need Chrome to do this ). On the bottom half of the browser a window, containing the source code, will become visible.
Inspect element will allow us to manipulate the elements of a webpage in real-time locally. Any changes will be visible immediately.
We just want to remove the logo. The line of code that contains the logo is automatically selected (it has a grey background), so it should be easy to spot.
Now finally right click anywhere in the grey-background line of code (the line will now get a dark-blue background) and from the menu choose “Delete node“.
Now the logo is gone and you can print the e-mail, without logo, by pressing CTRL-P or right-mouse-print.
PS: You can remove whatever you want from whatever website you like by using this method of right clicking the element you want to remove and following these instructions. The changes are local only and will be undone when you refresh the page. Naturally you’re not changing anything on the server.