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E-mails won't print the last few words on the right side.

It's only the e-mails, printed copies work okay.

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Your margins need to be adjusted. Do a print preview. You should see the margins. Click on the right hand margin and drag it over to the right until the rest of your document shows up on the screen. If you print it then it should be fine.

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