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Printing e-mail Have no problem printing e-mail, except from one company. When I print their mail, which is just one page, 4 or 5 pages print. The otherd have 2 of 4 or 5, etc. They are putting the onus on me. Should it be? As I said I have no problems with others and when I contacted them, they suggested I copy and paste to Notepad and print. Why should I have to go the extra mile, when I am their client. I did go into my print defaults and instead of using "print all" , I requested that it print page 1 and it worked. That is still not to my satisfaction.

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Thanks, I'll try this when I get a chance.

Posted on Dec 27, 2007

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It sounds like their emails have a lot of blank space at the end! I would check this be exporting the email & then importing it into, say MS Word. See how many pages Word says there are. If they really are sending 4 or 5 pages worth when all the required stuff is on page 1, I would then take them to task again over it.

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