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    Default windscreen printer=vertically stretched printing

    Ever since I installed my Acer 22 inch monitor, anything I print from a website is printed vertically stretched. The right-hand third of the document is a omitted from the page. I have adjusted the screen resolution settings, trying a few on for size, and tried changing the DPI setting. Has anyone else out there had this issue and do you know a remedy for this? I am running Microsoft Windows XP home editionon a Dell dimension 3000, Pentium 4, 3 GHz, and 1.25gigabytes RAM.
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    Unfortunately, web pages are not that suited to being printed. They are designed to be viewed on a screen.

    Depending on your browser, you have different options under File on the menubar.

    As well as Print and Print Preview, you may also have Page Setup or Print Options. That will allow you to change the print format from portrait format to landscape, which is better suited to print web pages.