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Changing Page Setup Margins into Netscape Communicator

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Hi,

I would like to know if there's a way to change Page Setup Margins into Netscape Communicator.  If so, how can I do it with HTML commands ?

Thank you.
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There are no margin options for the body tag.  However if you are willing to use Frames then you can set the frame's margins via marginheight and marginwidth option.  However, for those browsers that cannot do frames this won't work.

One way to do this is to create one frame one pixel wide and the other frame the remaining width.  You then set the marginheight and marginwidth for the wide frame to whatever dimensions you want.

If you are wanting to change the margin settings for the browser when it prints a page ie. File|Page Setup, this cannot be done with HTML or JavaScript.
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Thank you for this information.

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