From File Splitter:
Do you have a bunch of e-mails just sitting in your Gmail account, and would like to easily print them out for your easy reference? Or, what if you simply need a hard copy for archival purposes, or in case anything happened to your gmail account? If any of this is true for you, then this software is for you. With this software, you can easily: print out all of your important GMail E-mails, and select the ones you want to print.
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"Didn't work and was essentially spyware"
Version: GMail Print Multiple Emails or Single Gmail E-mails 9.0
Didn't work and required a person to "sign up" before it would allow the program to shut down.
It didn't even try to access the internet when it was ran and I tried installing it twice. When I went to shut down the program, it "asked" for personal information, but wouldn't allow one to leave the program without actually entering it and sending it to the company, so I killed the program using "Kill Process". It didn't clean out it's own program files when it "uninstalled". I had to use "Regedit" to remove it from the registry because it left garbage there, too.