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#132180 - 04/26/05 05:39 AM how print all?
Steve McKinney Offline
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Registered: 04/30/04
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Loc: Marion, Illinois
Hey Fellas!

I've post in other forums but this is the first time in this one. 'Wunderin if you can help me out. I print alot of the threads running in the business post but my printer format cuts the right margin short. Any ideas how to correct?

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#132181 - 04/26/05 09:02 AM Re: how print all?
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I usually copy/paste things like this into a wordpad file and then I can edit them before I print. It also gives you control over the formatting. Put a link to wordpad on the start menu and it is easy to call up.
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#132182 - 04/26/05 08:43 PM Re: how print all?
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Go to page setup and decrease the margins.

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