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Internet Explorer blacks out lines of text

Posted on 2014-10-03
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When users are printing pages from a specific site (containing important data) the print preview looks fine but the resulting print has all of the text lines blocked out with a square of black ink, Formatting and so on looks fine.

Are there any settings in IE/other browsers which may cause material with a certain flag to not be printed out properly?
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Question by:PDGPA
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by:Gary
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No, maybe something in your print.css
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PDGPA--
If this is limited to one webpage, I suspect the coding of the page is set up to black out certain text when printed.
Tell us the URL of the problem webpage and we can test.

A work around would be to do a Print Screen and print from there.
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by:Spike99
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Are they printing out a PDF or from an HTML page?  If it's a PDF, make sure your Acrobat Reader is updated to the latest version.
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