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how do i get the web address to not cut off when i print

I have an hp desk jet 500 color printer.  Every time I print something off the internet, it does not print the link at the bottom of the page
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joedCommented:
It's a problem wih the deskjet drivers. I have the same problem printing footnotes from WORD. They print on 4si/5si or hp8100 but not on deskjet. I don't have a fix for you just some info.
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hewittgCommented:
Xt,
Have you tried to change the margins in your document.
Just a thought.

Glenn
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HocamCommented:
What browser are you printing from?
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ysivaramCommented:
If you are using IE browser goto File->Printer setup and in the footer type the following

&u&b&d

Hope this helps
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xtarheelAuthor Commented:
I am printing from internet explorer 4.0
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ysivaramCommented:
Have you tried my suggestion?
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xtarheelAuthor Commented:
I tried your method but it did not work.  Is there anthing else that I can try
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xtarheelAuthor Commented:
Also, in page settings, when I tried to change the bottom alignment, to .5 or less, it would always change it back to .6666 after I ckicked on apply or ok.
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xtarheelAuthor Commented:
sorry for not replying sooner. Yes, it would always change it back to .666
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joedCommented:
It could be the limit of the printing on a desk is .666. The printer even though it prints on 8.5x11 paper it can't print all the way to edge of the paper. Check your manual it probably gives the actual printable area.
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