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Steve Miller Posted: Tue, Mar 13 2007 10:24 PM

The Q&A's in these Forums are an excellent reference library of NSFAQs (Not So FAQs).

However, I have been unable to print the first portion of a post which carries over onto the following page. The latter portion prints fine, only the first portion is literally blank.

Does anyone know the correct setting(s) so that all of such a post will print out?

I am using IE7, XPPro SP2. I also tried through FireFox with no success.

Thanks.

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I, too, tried Print Preview in both MSIE 7 and FireFox 2. Most posts appear fine but a few are blank. I don't see what factor is responsible for the difference.
You may get better printing results if you click the Change View button, just under the title of a thread. The threaded view may allow you to print posts that do not print correctly in the Flat view.

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Wells:

Further testing in IE7 revealed that by using the Page Length Control to the left of the left edge of the Print Preview window I could "force" all of a carry-over Post to the 2nd page and print intact.

However, this created its own problem if there was a 3rd page of posts and the page 2-to-3 Post was then split. A re-adjustment of the Page Length was then necessary to print all of that Post.

Do we know what bulletin board program is used by the Forum?

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