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Win Xp & Dell Aio 962

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#1 kayo


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Posted 30 July 2008 - 07:53 PM

I have run into a littler snafu when I try to print from the internet on my Dell AIO962. It will print just fine when asked to print a test page, it will also print from MSWord and Excel, and it also prints just fine from my gadwin print screen program. Just a little baffled here. Can't understand why I get syntax instead of wysiwyg?????

Any gurus out there with a heads up? Do I have a setting checked/unchecked incorrectly somewhere? Please see the attachment...

Thanks, Kayo

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#2 hamluis



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Posted 30 July 2008 - 08:46 PM

A web page contains a zillion things...code, graphics, ads, etc.

If you go to a webpage...and don't focus specifically on a given article, column, whatever...I think you also get all the background code. It's been a few years since I tried this, but that's the way I remember it.

If what you really want is to capture the webpage as it appears (minus the code, etc.), then I would suggest saving to a .mht file format...and printing later from that image/document.

If I missed it entirely, pardon the interruption :thumbsup:.


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