Hi Steve, How anyone sees your page will depend on 2 factors, one being the size limits you set your page to display at, and 2, the screen size of the visitor. Statistically speaking, the majority of people have a screen resolution of 600 x 800 and professional sites are usually built with the majority of users in mind. Having not seen your page I can't say whether this is a viable option for you but you might be able to use a floating width table for your page and then the text will increase or decrease according to your viewer's settings. (width="100%") Hope that helps, Pam > > >I am the web master for my church, can someone tell me some things about >FrontPage, >If I build or edit a the web page and my screen resolutions are >high, 1280 x >1024, >Dose that affect the way you see or anyone else sees the web page, would it >give you screen wrap? >It looks great on mine. >But several friends say the get the tool bar or scroll bar at the >bottom and >they only see half of the page. >And it prints the same way. >Any tips on how to fix this. >I also put documents ( lessons ) on line to be down loaded and >printed, they >say it doesn't print but half a page, >Landscape view. >Is there something I am supposed to do so everyone is able to print the >correctly? > >Here are the links I am talking about. >http://www.secondbaptistriverside.org/Bible_Study_Lessons/History.htm > >http://www.secondbaptistriverside.org/welcome.htm > > >Steve Clark To unsubscribe from this list send an email to pcductape-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' in the Subject field OR by logging into the Web interface.