Internet address on the bottom of page Deskjet 670C

My printer cuts off the Internet address printed across the bottom of the page.  It cuts it in half so it is hard to read.  How do I fix this?  It is a Deskjet 670C.
charolaisAsked:
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bparnesCommented:
This is mostly under the control of your web browser. It is responsible for formatting the page within the printable area for your printer. It appears that your web browser thinks there is a smaller bottom margin than there actually is, so it is printing below the actual bottom margin. If you are using Internet Explorer, then head to the File menu, and select Page Setup. Then mess with the bottom margin setting until you can print the entire address. If you have a different browser then let us know what it is, in case the above hasn't gotten you pointed in the right direction.
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charolaisAuthor Commented:
Thanks a million!  That has been annoying me for months!
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