windows mail and printing

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Mail' started by Psurvis, May 28, 2010.

  1. Psurvis

    Psurvis Guest

    when I try printing an email message and it prints, it is printing in very
    hugh fonts and you see only half the page. And then it makes windows mail
    appear in very large fonts. I have shut my computer off and restarted, I have
    refreshed several times and nothing is working. This is only happening in
    windows mail as I can print normal from my documents and pictures etc.

    Please advise
    Thank you
    Patti
    Psurvis, May 28, 2010
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  2. Psurvis

    Bruce Hagen Guest

    Windows Mail uses the same print engine as Internet Explorer.

    For print size: IE | View | Text Size | Make adjustment.

    For margins: IE | File | Page Setup. Default setting is 0.75, (19mm), all
    around.
    --
    Bruce Hagen
    MS-MVP [Mail]
    Imperial Beach, CA


    "Psurvis" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > when I try printing an email message and it prints, it is printing in
    > very
    > hugh fonts and you see only half the page. And then it makes windows
    > mail
    > appear in very large fonts. I have shut my computer off and restarted, I
    > have
    > refreshed several times and nothing is working. This is only happening
    > in
    > windows mail as I can print normal from my documents and pictures etc.
    >
    > Please advise
    > Thank you
    > Patti
    Bruce Hagen, May 28, 2010
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    mac Guest

    "Psurvis" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > when I try printing an email message and it prints, it is printing in very
    > hugh fonts and you see only half the page. And then it makes windows mail
    > appear in very large fonts. I have shut my computer off and restarted, I
    > have
    > refreshed several times and nothing is working. This is only happening in
    > windows mail as I can print normal from my documents and pictures etc.
    >
    > Please advise
    > Thank you
    > Patti


    The print size produced by WM is dictated by the setting in Internet
    Explorer>View>Text size.

    The margins size, that can create extra pages, is also dictated by a setting
    in Internet Explorer>File menu>page setup>margins (adjust accordingly).


    --
    Regards Steve.
    MS-MVP. MAIL. [DTS] UK.
    http://www.getsafeonline.org/
    mac, May 28, 2010
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    > "Psurvis" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    >> when I try printing an email message and it prints, it is printing in
    >> very
    >> hugh fonts and you see only half the page. And then it makes windows mail
    >> appear in very large fonts. I have shut my computer off and restarted, I
    >> have
    >> refreshed several times and nothing is working. This is only happening in
    >> windows mail as I can print normal from my documents and pictures etc.
    >>
    >> Please advise
    >> Thank you
    >> Patti

    >
    роман, Jul 16, 2010
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