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When I do "Print Privew" I can see all pages, but when I print, I only see the first partially.

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 10, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 
Anybody has an idea where I would need to focus - I have webpage that has an icon and when it is clicked, it would display a report that has 5 plus pages. This app was developed long time ago, and don't have document. the issue is when I do "Print Privew" I can see all pages, but when I print, I only see the first partially. Note: I have done the page setup and all of variation, but did not work.   Thanks


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