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last letter is partially cut off in printing

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I have designed a new program in VB 6.0 and while printing the cash memo from the program, last letter of each word is partially cut off. printer is a brand new HP deskjet 3535. while printing test page or any word document it is prining properly. I tried with another deskjet and laser jet connected to XP machine and the print is perfect. but my client's machine is PII with OS 98 and 64 MB ram.please help.
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by:jojoojack
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I have solved the problem by reinstalling the driver and changing the font from italic to normal. i still dont know either the driver solved the problem of the font style.thanks
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hp has two different drivers for every printer. I had this problem before I was using the 6 and switched to the 5e driver and it solved the problem.
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