printing webpages (loose the right hand side)

  ©®@$? 11:46 17 Nov 03
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i have xp and hp deskjet 460c and when i try and print webpages it doesn't print the right hand side of the page

i seem to recall someone having the same problem but cannot find the thread

any ideas to what changes i need to make

  Gongoozler 11:49 17 Nov 03

Hi ©®@$?. I think the only solution is to print in landscape (File - Page Setup - Landscape)

  ©®@$? 11:50 17 Nov 03

cheers ill check it out

  ©®@$? 11:55 17 Nov 03

that doesn't seem to work its gets the right hand side done but it takes 3 pages to get all the info

any other solution

  Pesala 12:13 17 Nov 03

Same problem, same solution, print in landscape.

  Pesala 12:14 17 Nov 03

Three into two won't go

  ©®@$? 12:17 17 Nov 03

i don't understand your comment 3 into 2 wont go?

so you have used landscape to get around this problem

isn't there anyway to get around it by adjusting the margins?

  Jester2K II 12:18 17 Nov 03

If the webpage is larger than the printed page (often the case) then all you can do is print landscape.

  ©®@$? 12:36 17 Nov 03

it does seem that this problems dates back to the ages with IE.

thanks for the responses

im still going to try and figure this one probably not possible but i'll give up eventually

  Jester2K II 12:48 17 Nov 03

If you only want part of the page then highlight the bit you want printed and then do File, print... Select "selection" and then print...

  Pesala 12:48 17 Nov 03

If the page is 9" or 10" wide and 11" long then two pages is going to be 198 in² or 220 in² since the printable area of A4 is only 88 in² then it will not fit on two sheets without scaling. I.e. three pages of text will not fit on two sheets of paper. period.

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