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on screen layout differs from hardcopy

Posted on 1998-01-12
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How come that the on screen page layout is perfectly like I want it to be and that the printed version differs from it.
For example the first line of a parahraph is put on the bottom line of the previous page, although on screen it was
placed correctly. I used the true type arial.
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Hi 2810,
   First I suggest you to set the target printer. Then you see the print preview and check if your page layout looks like you want it to look. What happens is that if you select a different printer the printout might not come out the same as you see it.

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