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Printout problem i dont have a good printout of my bank statements from citibank?

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Hi Jpex,
If all the other printouts are fine then the problem is more than likely with the programme that the file is downloaded to.
Save the document and the click on edit and change the contrast settings to make the print darker
Regards
Gavin.

Posted on Oct 22, 2008

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hi

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