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Print settings provide too little header, body or footer space to print in

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When I try to print my e-mails in Lotus Notes 7.0.3, it will pop up this message "print settings provide too little header, body or footer space to print in". I check the print settings & page setup, it is OK. The message also pops out if I choose Print Preview. I try to just print a new memo only, but it also having the same message.

What is wrong? How can I print?
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Question by:cybermilky
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by:Sjef Bosman
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If all else fails, download PDFCreator and use that as a virtual printer. Then print from Adobe Acrobat Reader or the free Foxit Reader (much faster, see http://www.foxitsoftware.com/ )
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I would also try a different printer or driver

I hope this helps !
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