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#1 HARVEY

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Posted 22 February 2012 - 01:57 PM

Hi, Guys.

Need a little direction here.

Using my PC here, when I print something out directly (like a news article), the print comes out King-Kong sized. A 1-page article takes 3-4 pages. Where do I need to go to adjust my default print size?

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Posted 22 February 2012 - 02:32 PM

Printing preferences can be held in the printer or in the program you're using to print from.

It sounds like you're talking about printing from your web browser. In windows you can check your setting under the file menu then Print Preview. If you don't see the file menu at the top press your alt key. You can generally fix things right there or use page setup as well.

If it's in the printer choose file=>print and it'll give you a printer wizard that gives you a choice of printer and allows you to check the properties there.

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Posted 22 February 2012 - 04:08 PM

Printing preferences can be held in the printer or in the program you're using to print from.

It sounds like you're talking about printing from your web browser. In windows you can check your setting under the file menu then Print Preview. If you don't see the file menu at the top press your alt key. You can generally fix things right there or use page setup as well.

If it's in the printer choose file=>print and it'll give you a printer wizard that gives you a choice of printer and allows you to check the properties there.




Hellfire,

Thank ya kindly. Worked like a charm. Sometimes I get embarrassed asking what I think everybody knows, but then I think of ol' Will Rogers' great line: "Everybody's ignorant, only on different subjects." Thanks again!

Harvey





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