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How Do You Print an Entire Page Using JavaScript Print Functionality?

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I am only able to print the part of the page that is visible using JavaScript window.print() functionality.  I need to know how to print the full web page - including the contents the user has to scroll to get to.

How can this be done?

Thanks,

Dan
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"JavaScript window.print()" should be opening the print dialog on the target machine.  JavaScript itself does not do any direct printing.  I usually use the "Print Preview" dialog to print what I want.  It will still print in pages because that's what printers do.
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I do not have the print preview dialogue.
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Although you can't open it with JavaScript, every browser that I know of has Print Preview on the File menu.  That includes Firefox, IE, Safari, Opera, and Chrome always opens it's own print preview for printing.  In addition, if I press Ctrl+P here in Firefox, the checked option is to print all pages.
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