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Email text is tiny when printed from Outlook

Posted on 2007-03-29
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We are using fully updated Outlook 2002 on XP Pro SP2 with IE7.  Every now and then when we print one of our emails it is sent to the printer with a tiny font, barely readable.  When you view it in Outlook it looks fine.  Any ideas
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Hi NBAIS,

This is caused by IE7.
A work around is to disable font styles:
Open Internet Options. On the general tab, click the Accessibility button. Check mark "Ignore font styles specified on webpages".

cheers,
frankco
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Hi NBAIS,

Or,  you can set your options in Outlook
Click on Tools ~ Options ~ Preferences Tab
Select E-Mail Options
Check Read all mail in plain text

cheers,
frankco
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