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AdamH

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When I preview a file in internet explorer the font size looks fine and margins are all set. but when i print the file, the font size changes so that it is REALLLY small and it is barely legable.

I have checked all the settings that i can think of, (margins, header/footer), have tried it on multiple workstations to narrow it down to it being a workstation error. If anyone has any idea on what might be causing this i would appreciate it.

Its a Windows 2000 Professional platform. Celleron 1.8 With Office 2000
and Internet explorer 6.0 with all the updates available.

Let me know if i forgot anything else. Or if you need more info.

Thanks

AdamH

Edited by AdamH, 23 June 2005 - 07:55 AM.

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peterm

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is your scaling at 100% ?
are you using true type font
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try clicking view->text size and setting it bigger..or just copy past it into word and print from there. :tazz: good luck ;)
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peterm,

Yes the scaling is at 100 percent and i am using the truetype. I played around with them and changing the settings but still no luck.
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