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Website printing??? (backgrounds causing problems with PC users but not Mac users)

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by snoblizzard, Aug 7, 2009.

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  1. snoblizzard

    snoblizzard Thread Starter

    Aug 7, 2009
    Hi everyone,

    I am the web masters of a local snowmobile club and our new website is having a few problems with printing. Please take a look at the site, http://www.strathroysnoblizzards.com/Strathroy_Sno-Blizzards/index.html

    As you can see it has a black background which when printed on my Mac OS X has no problems with printing (it leaves out black background and keeps the text and images) and prints everything.

    The problem is that one of our members are ticked that they can not print the site because of the black showing up above the text and images and I really don't want to change the background because it look good the way it is, so is there any way to change to printer settings or some ideas for him to help him out with this problem.

    Second problem is that out of 4 pages, 2 are blank with nothing on it and there is suppose to be text and images on those pages, anyway how to fix this too?

    Thanks Guys
  2. VistaRookie


    Apr 26, 2008
    I only have one suggestion. Do they have this unchecked?
    Print background colors and images.

    IE->Tools->Internet Options->Advance Tab-> scroll down
    to the Printing headline. Make sure it is unchecked.
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