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Incomplete text printing

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by tzouhalem, Feb 7, 2003.

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  1. tzouhalem

    tzouhalem Thread Starter

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    Win 98SE, Internet Explorer Ver 6 with updates, HP deskjet 722c.
    use word wrap, have widened the printer margins, have looked for "printable version", am pulling my hair out ( what little is left)
    but sometimes when I try to print a page of text of a manual, information sheet, or instructions ,etc word wrap does not seem to work - many words, etc, are not printed on the right side of the page. I say sometimes as it happens about 5% of the time and always , naturally,when a great number of pages require printing and I am fed up with having to add the info by hand. Any kind person able to assist?
    Gary :confused:
     
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    telecom69 Gone but never forgotten

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  3. tzouhalem

    tzouhalem Thread Starter

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    Thanks for the tip. I'll try those instructions the next time I encounter the problem
     
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    dvk01 Moderator Malware Specialist

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    another solution is before you print, from Ie go to page set up, printer, select printer properties and there should be a layout option, select fit to page
     
  5. tzouhalem

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    Another kind person, thanks, and will try this as well when the problem crops up again. Will report back as to what, if anything, works.:)
     
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