It's possible to load just the zvr pictures without the surrounding stuff (it's a separate frame) and print just that. I do it for each page. I also have an Excel Spreadsheet that I keep track of my printed and insert q's in and I'll try to remember to make a note next to the coupon if I have a corresponding zvr.
If anyone's interested in how to print the zvrs, here's how I do it.
In Firefox: Right click over the coupons and hover over "This Frame", select "Show Only This Frame". It gets rid of the other stuff on the web page. Then, open print preview (File-->Print Preview) and adjust the scale so that it prints more per page. 50% works best for me, though I still have to tell it to only print the first page so I don't end up with a waste page. Click "Close" to return to the regular window. This window should still only have the coupons and you can move to the next pages of coupons just like normal by selecting the number at the top right. Then just follow the printing instructions above.
In Explorer: With the ZVR page up, go to File-->Print Preview. At the top should be a drop-down menu that says "As Laid Out on Screen", select that and choose the option "Only The Selected Frame". It should get rid of the other stuff on the page, leaving only the coupons. Then right next to that menu is one that says "Shrink to Fit", select that and choose whatever scaling option works best for you. Again, 50% seems to work best for me, but I still have to tell it to only print the first page to avoid waste. To get to the next page of coupons, you'll have to close the print preview by clicking the red X in the corner. That brings you back to the regular website view, select the next page you want to print and then repeat the printing instructions above.
IMPORTANT NOTE: When you are done printing, go back to the "print preview" option in either browser and select the "Shrink to Fit" option from the scaling menu if it is still set to the percentage you previously selected. If you don't do this, you might have stuff scaling very tiny when you print later on.
I hope that's somewhat clear and helpful!