Q&A / How To
How can I print web pages from Internet Explorer so that the page isn't cut off?
Answer 1 (preferred)
Instead, get yourself a Mozilla-based browser, such as Netscape, SeaMonkey (about/download), or Firefox .
The following graphic illustrates the advantages of printing in a Mozilla-based browser instead of IE6 (screenshots are from SeaMonkey version 1.1.2 (released May 30, 2007)):
You can try using a free application from HP, called 'HP Smart Web Printing' (dj-47192-2).
From the HP web site:
"HP Smart Web Printing enables simple, predictable web printing and provides control over what you want and how you want it printed."
"Product Specifications" > Features
HP Smart Printing software enhances the browsing experience by automatically fixing problems that are encountered when printing web pages.
- Automatically scales output to fix right-edge clipping and eliminate wasteful prints containing clipped pages or a few lines of useless text.
- Provides a preview with automatic fixes and more control over printed output.
- Allows users to select text and graphics easily from any web site and save a handy list of clips.
- Provides a Clip Book pane which can be hidden, just like the standard IE Favorites, History, or Search panes.
- Provides a Print Clip window to compose (arrange) and modify clips before printing.
For details on the features found in this application (a plug-in for Internet Explorer) and to download, see the following pages on the HP WebSite:
HowTo~ Save a Web Page [link removed]