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Can anyone tell me how to keep internet pages from printing off the right side of margin. I can't get the internet pages that I print to stay within page on right side. I lose about 1 inch of material. I have tried changing the margin but to no avail.
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r_lankford said:
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Can anyone tell me how to keep internet pages from printing off the right side of margin. I can't get the internet pages that I print to stay within page on right side. I lose about 1 inch of material. I have tried changing the margin but to no avail.
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Are you printing the whole page, or just a selected area ?
 

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I'm printing the whole page. I can scan a page that I have printed and attach to e-mail if that will help.
 
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Printing off of the Internet can be a pain. If the page doesn't have a 'printer friendly' option, I set my printer to Landscape or copy and paste what I want to print into Word.
 

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As Ratboy mentioned, choosing landscape will usually work if there's no printer friendly option.
 

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Ratboy and Cookiegal:

I thought I was doing something wrong. Thanks for making me feel normal, not stupid
 
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I had the same problem with a HP DJ-932C and tech support had me download a HP 550C driver and delete the bdenver font on my PC and that solved my not printing on the right problem. Long shot!??
 
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If I have a problem, I raise my screen resolution, take a screen capture of the page, the resize the image created, then print the image. Most printers also have a "fit to page" option when printing images.

If one was skilled with macro programs, it wouldn't take long to automate the process.
 
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