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How to print iframe contents-IE6

Posted on 2003-11-17
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Is there a way to the the contents of an iframe to print through IE6?
I get the surrounding page contents to print with a blank area where the iframe should be.


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SJesMe,

Also go to msconfig .. go to startup tab and disable all startup programs .. load each one and check which one might cause loading issue to start with .. Then we can explore more on that .. It might also cause issue while windows is running

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Sorry wront thread

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Depends on your environment, have you tried highlighting the frame in question and then issuing a print request for the highlighted items only and/or tried the Page Setup option within Browser first?

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Recommend checking with WindowsUpdate for a Critical Security Patch announced today.  Details here:
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Depends on your environment, have you tried highlighting the frame in question and then issuing a print request for the highlighted items only and/or tried the Page Setup option within Browser first?

Please finalize this or update us with what else is needed (since much time has passed since last update).  If one expert helped you, choose that comment to convert it to the accepted answer and flow points to close this.  If more than one expert helped you, choose the Split Points option to share the points among experts you choose.  Your feedback is integral and appreciated.  If you need special handling help, please make that request in the Community Support topic area, and include this question link.

Recommend checking with WindowsUpdate for a Critical Security Patch announced today.  Details here:
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/treeview/default.asp?url=/technet/security/bulletin/ms04-004.asp

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CRI906,
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