Question about HP Computers & Internet
Printing from websites are never easy. If a webdesigner anticipates that someone may want to print a page he puts up a link that says printer friendly version. Web pages are essentially ment for viewing not used for printing. That said you can try several things and see if any of them work for you:
1. Click on view on the top menu in internet explorer
2. click on encoding
3. first choose western European windows and print the page if that don't work try Unicode utf-8
Your best shot would be selecting the entire content of the page by highlighting then pasting it in Microsoft word and then printing it from ms word.
HP is coming out with new range of printers which support webpage printing to a very large extent. you may want to consider that for your future upgrade.
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
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