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Windows 7 64 bit. When I print an E Mail that contains some large fonts a strange thing happens. On the small font an apostrophe prints correct. With the large font I get a small (a) with ^ over the a. It is a Canon printer so I called Canon and they said it isn't the printer. What is controlling the printing?
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Hello WilliamP

 

As you said i think it is not problem with printer.

 

on which Mail it causes? which browser you using?


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Windows Live Mail for E Mail and Fire Fox browser.


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Thanks for update!  :thumbsup:

 

I will be back in few minutes! if not then i will be sure for tomorrow ASAP!  

 

Please be patient!  :whistling:

 

Regards!  ;)


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Did you print preview it before printing?


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No print preview.
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There is no print preview option?


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In Firefox click "File" on the menu, then select "print preview" from the drop down list.

 

In your live email, click print, then close your printer dialogue box and your preview will be visible.


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Thank you for the help.
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