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Print size I love my Canon iP1600 but the print size is too big and the lines of print are not regular - it creates paragraphs not in the original text. How can I change the size and the format, please

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Formatting of text is not a function of the printer driver, it is dependent on the program you are printing from. If you are trying to print Internet pages, you can either change the text size before you print (Click on View, Text Size, and then select a smaller size), or you can use the Easy Web Print program that came with your printer (as long as you are not using Internet Explorer 7). If you're using IE7, use the File, Print Preview option and you will see what your printed page will look like before you print it.

One other thing to check; make sure that the iP1600 is set as your default printer.

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