Hello Ewen, I went to the site you mention and printed the main page using IE 6. It cut off a few characters on the right side, printing in normal portrait orientation and all my default settings including .75 inch margins in page setup. I then changed the margins in page setup to .25 all the way around, and the site printed fine for me. It may very well be your printer driver. One problem I encounter in my work is certain printers cutting off things like page numbers on reports when they are located in the lower right corner. This has been confirmed to be buggy printer drivers. See if your printer has an updated driver available for download from the manufacturer's web site and see if that helps. It's generally a good idea to keep your drivers updated anyway, in my opinion. My printer is an older HP LaserJet 5p that has just chugged along for about 6 or 7 years now, with the default drivers installed by Windows XP Pro setup. Since I installed it just a few months ago, I haven't checked to see if any updated drivers are available for my printer on the HP web site -- I should do that. There were none when I first installed XP. Beyond that, since I can't duplicate your problem I'm not sure how much more help I can be for this, unfortunately. HTH, Ron *********** REPLY SEPARATOR *********** On 5/16/2002 at 5:08 PM Ewen Howe wrote: >Thanks a lot, Ron amd Pam, for your kind resposne! > >Your suggestion works for some web page but not all. The one I am doing, >www.vcdhelp.com, seems to be not possible. I set the page margine to the >extreme but still not able to include the page completely. I have writen to >them and am waiting for response. Best regards! - Users can unsubscribe from this list by sending email to 24hoursupport-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' in the Subject field OR by logging into the Web interface at http://web.tampabay.rr.com/spider1/24hrsupport.htm.