right-hand print problem


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Twobtold

Hi --
When I print a page from a site the right-hand side does not print
completely all the way down the page. I changed the right-hand margin to 0" but
the smalles I can get is .25" I clicked the option to "fit on page" "scale to
fit" and i still can't get the whole right side to print. It got better but I
did not get it all. This only happens on a wweb page. Using HP LaserJet 5L, Win
XP.
TIA for any help
 
T

Trev

Twobtold said:
Hi --
When I print a page from a site the right-hand side does not print
completely all the way down the page. I changed the right-hand margin to 0" but
the smalles I can get is .25" I clicked the option to "fit on page" "scale to
fit" and i still can't get the whole right side to print. It got better but I
did not get it all. This only happens on a wweb page. Using HP LaserJet 5L, Win
XP.
TIA for any help
Its a problem caused by the web page author. I.e.. its over sized. The
only answer in those cases is to change to landscape.
The annoying thing Is its pages with a load of rubbish down the left
hand side. the rubbish gets printed and the important info gets clipped
of.
 
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CWatters

Trev said:
Its a problem caused by the web page author. I.e.. its over sized. The
only answer in those cases is to change to landscape.
The annoying thing Is its pages with a load of rubbish down the left
hand side. the rubbish gets printed and the important info gets clipped
of.
Yes really annoying. Sometimes you can highlight the interesting bit then
print -> print selection.
 
T

Twobtold

From: "Trev" (e-mail address removed)
Its a problem caused by the web page author. I.e.. its over sized. The
only answer in those cases is to change to landscape.
The annoying thing Is its pages with a load of rubbish down the left
hand side. the rubbish gets printed and the important info gets clipped
of.
'Trev' has stated the problem exactly. Thou we both agree the left-hand side is
rubbish for our intent, the site owner would not agree.
Shouldn't the 'scale to fit' option force the whole page to appear
regardless of how oversized it is?
TIA
 
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Timothy Lee

Twobtold said:
'Trev' has stated the problem exactly. Thou we both agree the left-hand side is
rubbish for our intent, the site owner would not agree.
Shouldn't the 'scale to fit' option force the whole page to appear
regardless of how oversized it is?
TIA
With some browsers you can print individual frames, which might help.
 

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