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Lennyjoani- It seems you are printing a web page not printer friendly. I would recommend taking a printscreen and them printing that image. Inherently web pages are meant for display not printing.


You can try the step below and see if helps:
1. Go to the view menu of the browser
2. Go to encoding- choose western European (windows)
3. Print again

Hope this helped

Posted on Oct 10, 2008

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