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CSS - Label printing problems when saved as HTML

Posted on 2006-04-13
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Last Modified: 2011-08-18
I created Avery 5260 labels in MS Word and saved it as a HTML page. I then renamed that page to ASP and added variables. Works and looks great. My problem is this: Even though I have not changed the format that Word create for the HTML output it does not print correctly when viewed through Internet Explorer. Has anyone saved labels in Word as a HTML file and then tried to print though IE? I did post in the MS Word section but it was suggested to post here asking if anyone has table mod ideas or something. Thanks!!!
Question by:potpourrigroup

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Just realized this is probably not a easy task so I'm raising the pot...
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GrandSchtroumpf earned 1500 total points
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You can try re-opening the html file in Word... that's pretty much all you can do.  Use .PDF or .DOC if you need to control the printed format.

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