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Are you using tables for layout? Are they fixed width?
That's usually the culprit when HTML pages print off
the edge of the page. Else perhaps you have some
graphics pushing text over the boundaries of the page.
Of course, HTML is not a print-friendly medium, so
whether or not it prints for you is still technically
irrelevant, as many factors are at work here. Some
include fonts loaded on user's system, the printer the
user is printing to, whether the user has overridden
the default font attributes (large fonts), and of
course browser type and version.
--- Sylvia Braunstein <sbraun -at- rugged -dot- com> wrote:
> Unable to print the whole width of the document when
> previewing in the
> browser. Any advice is very welcome.
bswallow -at- poweradz -dot- com
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