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I have a flash movie embedded in a html page, if I print the movie by right clicking and using the flash print command the quality is perfect.

When I print from the browser the quality is poor.  I need to print the whole html page as I need some text along with the movie.  Any ideas on how to improve the quality ?
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The user must set up their own print settings to increase the quality of the printout...  Flash can't set the quality of the browser printout...

here is a url with some FAQs

http://www.macromedia.com/software/flash/open/webprinting/faq.html

rp


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rossgardner,


you need to close this question out...

please come back and comment or award the points...


rp
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