The obvious: If you're just missing a few characters, try reducing your margin settings (Page Setup). Or print
in landscape format.
Adjust your printer: Some printer drivers allow you to adjust the scale of the page. Use Print Preview, and if the page is cut off,
click on Print, then Preferences, and set for 80% or 90%.
Print to FinePrint: Before printing,
use Page Setup to change to a larger size paper. "Folio," maybe. "10x14" probably. "Tabloid" will certainly do the trick, but
it might be overkill. Then print to FinePrint. When FinePrint sends the page to your printer, it will adjust it to
fit. Everything on the page will be reduced in size, but it will fit a standard sheet of paper.
(Tip: Sometimes Internet Explorer's print preview shows a blank page, except for the headers. I guess this is a bug.
Change Preview's Zoom percentage, and
the preview will appear. Then you can change it back if you want.)
Another possibile solution is IEPrint from Visiontech Ltd.
It's an add-in to Internet Explorer. I haven't tried it, since
the FinePrint approach works "fine" for me.
Also, Microsoft reportedly will soon release an Internet Explorer Version 7, which may resolve this problem, for XP users, at least.
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