Printing in Offcie 2007

Posted on 2009-02-23
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
Ever since we moved to the new office 2007 package, I am having problems printing emails and some documents.  When I print, the printer is prompting me to load legal size paper.  Is there a reason that this is happening now (it never happened before and my emails are the same as far as I know)?  And is there a way to make it stop?
Question by:wball1217
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    Is this on all machines or just one?  
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    Accepted Solution

    Go to your Windows Control Panel and find the Printers options. Go to your Default printer definitions and check what type of paper is it setup. Put the size to A4 and you will be ok.


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