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dpham

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Hi, how are you? I have this problem when I print out any thing from a web site / web page. Here is the error message windown.

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Internet Explorer Script Error
An error has occured in the script on this page

Line: 639
Char: 1
Error: Invalid argument
Code: 0
URL: res://C:\Windows\system32\shdoclc.dll/preview.dlg

do you want to continue running srips on the page

YES NO
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What do I need to do? Reinstall the IE? Thanks
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Try fixing/reinstalling IE: http://www.geekstogo...er-60-t251.html

Also, have you tried printing someone on firefox?
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I tried from Firefox, IE, MyIE2... and still having the same problem.
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Have you looked at line 639, char 1 so see what the error might be? Have you by any chance turned debugging off? Unfortunately many sites have consistent script errors on their pages, so the problem might not be yours. Or your version of IE might not be up to the scripts running on pages now. The current version is IE6, but seven is just around the corner.
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Thanks Tyger, I don't know where/what file to look for the code of line 639. also I don't know where to turn on or off my debugging. Please help. Thanks
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i was having a similar problem in IE 8, my error was slightly different though. if you are running IE 8 try turning off Protected Mode and see if that fixes the issue.
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