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Not printing complete selected data

I select the whole text on one page and tried to print it but only a part of it was printed by the printer . then i tried many times but the same peoblem i faced .please suggest me some solutions of it.

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What is the source of the text you are trying to print? If tis off of a webpage it may be a larger format than the paper so what you can try doing is going under the printing preffrences and under sizing look for an option to "Fit to Page" If that doesnt work you can try printing to PDF with a program like CutePDF Writer 2.7 and then print that file. Also try changing the margins for the page or the zoom level. One of these should work

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