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When I print pages from the Web site I am currently developing (using
Dreamweaver 3), some of the gifs on some of the pages don't print. All
the graphics are visible on the screen. The printing problem seems to be
random - that is I don't see a pattern; on some pages every graphic
image prints and on other pages only some of them do. I stored all the
gifs in the same folder and inserted all the source files in the same
manner. As you can imagine, it is embarrassing to give the users print
copies of the drafts without their graphics.
TIA for any suggestions that might correct this problem. If there is
interest, I'll post a summary of the solution(s).
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