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Which elements to affect?

Posted on 2011-03-22
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I'm using a Print media stylesheet but can't figure out which element controls the right side of the page.

Do print preview:

http://sharepointdev:1900/news/Pages/TestPageSands.aspx
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Unfortunately without some form of tunneling we'll not be able to access that page! Perhaps use FF or Chrome to 'save entire page' and add the resulting file-set to this question?
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I discovered the styles I need to edit. thanks for your attempt.
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Found the lines to edit.
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