I have a user with a fresh install of Office 2010. More specifically, no matter what excel file they open and try to select a certain block of text to print Excel shows the print preview of text running off the end of the page at the bottom. Also note they are using the "Print Selection" instead of the "Active Sheet". When they print the entire active sheet, the print preview looks normal - the problem only occurs when printing a selection. On my own PC Excel will simply put the overflowed text on to a new page to be printed on.
I've tried re-installing Office and going over all relevant settings for printing. It doesn't matter what printer is used either they all do the same. When the document actually is sent to the printer it looks exactly like the print preview as well - text running off the bottom.
The text is set to 95% and fits within the margins as well. I'm stumped as to why this happening only for this user.
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