Frequently Asked Questions - Web page cuts off printing

FAQs - Web page cuts off printing
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Often, when I print a copy of something from a web site, the printing cuts off at the right margin cutting off words. Is there someway that I can remedy this problem?
Web pages are designed to be seen rather than printed. They will be formatted to fit the screen so it will look its best on your monitor. You will notice that your monitor is wider than it is tall unlike a sheet of paper. If the author of the page didn't take into account that people will want to print the page, there is not much you will be able to do. You may have noticed on some pages there is a button to print the page. This will give you a differently formatted version of the page for printing. You can try the shrink to fit option in the page setup and see if that helps you out.

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