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Posted on 2004-10-22
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Hi All

I have a HTML page displayed correctly.  But when I go to print it the imges do not get printed.  Why is this happening?

Regards
Samir
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Question by:demmick
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    Possibly your browser settings.

    In IE:  Tools > Internet Options > Advanced

    make sure "Print Background Colors and Images" is checked.
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    by:demmick
    Thanks

    Also How can I set the font of the whole document from the css.  I want the tables and stuff to use the default font rather than keep adding in <font> tags.

    Regards
    Samir
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    by:dgelinas
    <style>
      body td,th {color: #333333; font-size:12px;}
    </style>
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    by:dgelinas
    That probably should be a new question
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