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Page does not print in IE 5.5

Posted on 2002-06-14
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I have a client with a home PC and when you print any WEB Page from within IE 5.5 you get a blank page with a link to the cached document in the temp folder instead of printing the page.  

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Wayne
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ElTempestad earned 50 total points
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Hi wayne,

I had a similar problem in the past and what I did was go to the view option on the menu bar in IE and selected the Encoding feature. At the top of the new menu that opens up will be a Auto-Select feature w/ a check mark in front of it. Have the client remove the check mark by simply clicking on it. I think this may solve your problem. Good Luck!
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That did it!  Thanks!
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I'm glad it helped.
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