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Old 11-26-2001, 12:19 PM   #1
adenardo
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netscape prints very small


when I print a web page (any page), from Netscape 6.2, it prints the page very small. the type is too small to read. however, the same page printed from a windoze box meets my expectations with regards to size, readability, etc...

is there a setting somewhere in lpr, or perhaps within netscape that will make Netscape printed pages more legible?
 
  


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