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IE-7 prints smaller than IE-6

IE-7 prints smaller than IE-6

IE-7 prints smaller than IE-6

(OP)
I recently upgraded my browser to IE-7. However, it seems to me that the default print size has changed - to being smaller!

How can I set the default print size to be larger?

My girls keps bugging me about this...lol

RE: IE-7 prints smaller than IE-6



Roger,

Did you check your default printer?

Go to File > 'page setup' > Printer > Properties

Make the changes you want here based on the paper size used.

-Mark.

RE: IE-7 prints smaller than IE-6


Is the default print size different across all sites, or just one site?

I ask because it is possible for any site to set up a print CSS which controls things like font size. If a site has done this badly, that could be the cause.

Dan

 

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RE: IE-7 prints smaller than IE-6

IE7 uses 'autofit' behavior by default.  Use print preview to change the print scaling.

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