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How to print article, Organic Lawn Care for the Cheap and Lazy.

 
                                    
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Mr. Wheaton,

Want to print this article. Browser cuts off sentences at right margin. Annoying. Tried to  fix it but unable. Any suggestions?

If this is copyright infringement, oops, my bad. Never mind. Thanks.

Respectfully yours,

Lynn Tucker
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Hi Lynn,

I'm not Mr. Wheaton - he is out attending Sepp workshops much of this week! I think Paul would be okay with printing his article since the website will be credited on the page. He'd especially like it if your printout brings more traffic and participation to the forums!

I'm curious what type of browser you're using. I just checked the print preview in both Firefox and Internet Explorer 7.0 and the text wraps nicely without being cut off at all. In both Firefox and IE 7 you can choose "shrink to fit" (in IE 7 it was about 70%) instead of 100%, or landscape print instead of portrait.

Does that help at all?

Best,

Jocelyn
 
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