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How to Print Full Page Picture

Posted on 2004-09-30
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I have a jpeg image that I'd like to make print full page. It is not high colour- grayscale with little that actually needs printing.

What I want to know is how can I make a link to print just the picture but ensure it is full page (landscape) and that part of it is not cut off? Will browser's cause any differences?


Many Thanks,
S-P.
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by:daleoran
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What I would tend to do here is insert the image into MS Word. Set the page layout to landscape, format the image to be 'Behind text' move the image to the top left of the page and then using the bottom right handle drag it to make it the full size of the page.

Hope this helps

Michael

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Make a web page that only has the image as the content and set the CSS print rules as needed ...

Maybe look here:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Web/Web_Languages/CSS/Q_20972638.html
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by:GEKart
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Depending on your experiance level & if your using Windows XP, The XP Picture Viewer Its Self Has a Very simple to use wizard the will almost automatticcly adjust the size and proportions apropriately.

1) Right on Image
2) Select "Open With"
3) Select "Windows Picture and Fax Viewer"
4) Click the printer icon at the bottom of the window
5) Follow the wizards Instructions

Good Luck
GEK-art
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