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Printing when printing out a document -parts of the document down the right hand side are missing-espically when printing something from the net?

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Some net printouts need to be printed in Lanscape mode. For example I just selected Print Preview on this page and some of the right side is missing. You can use page setup to select landscape.

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Posted on Mar 10, 2008

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Figure 1: Right swing arm assemblye755e62.png
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Figure 2: Missing part causing 59.C0 error

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Figure 3: Right swing frame assembly
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