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  1. rod44444

    rod44444 Thread Starter

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    Hi

    I just started to have thisproblem in the past two months. I don’t know how to put this in words so Isending attachments. These PDF files should be three pages not six. I hopesomeone can help? I am not too computer smart, I have uninstalled the doPDF andPDFill and went through the registry and removed all traces and then try to printand the same thing happens. The only two site I have used is Kim Komando andLifescript.com.

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  2. DaveA

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    The posted PDF files are just one page long.

    What makes you think that you are NOT getting the correct page count?

    Why are you trying to make PDF files of a website?
     
  3. rod44444

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    Sir I am not trying to print web site. I printing the artical from the news letter for my grandkids home work.

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  4. Phantom010

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    Could you perhaps tell us exactly what article you are trying to print?
     
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    OK, how and what printer are to trying to print this PDF file to?
     
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    Are you trying to print one of the Lifescript Newsletters? They're in .pdf format?
     
  7. rod44444

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    In the Kim Komando witch is a computer and digital new letter it may have how to get and use the word of the day and I save it as a pdf file and then print it out for the kids.The attachment that I see in the post is the way it use to print and save two month ago. If you could show me how to send a couple of screen shot of the wron ones. I sent two but I only see one in the post

    I have three printer hp 1100, Canon MG2120US, MP250 and a program doPDF that create pdf files Sir I am not comuter smart But it not the printer. It getting the file to the printer the printers print what I send to it

    YES the Lifescript I looked up a Doctor and I want to save it as a pdf doPDF when I open the printer and I know the page is two pages but wheen I do it now the pages are like eithe pages and it saves eight pages

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  8. rod44444

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    Hi
    I have more Screenshots

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    It looks like you're trying to print the tips from that web site. There's a link toward the bottom to display a printable page. Most web pages don't look good when printed, so many include links to display pages that will print well. I've attached a screens hot of this option at the Kim Komando Tips website.

    http://www.komando.com/tips/
     

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  10. rainforest123

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    rod44444:
    This
    is never a good idea.
    :)

    The registry can cause problems, but since W Vista, Windows had become much more adept at handling the registry.

    Which browser are you using; Internet Explorer, FireFox, Google Chrome?
    Which version? If you are trying IE9, try FF.

    You could also try a different .pdf reader, such as Foxit Reader, if DaveA, Phantom010 & Rearden won't mind my suggestion.

    RF123
     
  11. Phantom010

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    I'm still not sure of what exactly you are trying to do.

    You could use a free Web service to convert Web pages to PDF, like http://www.web2pdfconvert.com/.

    Or, if using Firefox, you can install the Web2PDF Converter add-on.

    You can open and print the PDF while on the Internet, without downloading it, or you can download it to your hard drive.

    To use Web2PDF, you need to have a default PDF reader installed on your computer. As suggested by my friend rainforest123, you could try Foxit Reader.
     
  12. rainforest123

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    r 4 :
    Are you trying to print from a web page or an email message?

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