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Print page in landscape with CSS and IE11

Posted on 2015-02-16
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I can't seem to get CSS landscape printing to work with IE11.  It does work with Chrome using the following:  

  <style>
        
        @media print
  {
  .yourheader, .yourfooter {display:none;}
  @page {size: landscape; font-family:Calibri;}
  }
    </style>

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I've tried multiple articles on this, but most involve using a filter which is no longer supported in IE.  Any ideas?  Thanks
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Question by:Martin Bertram
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In IE I doubt you are going to solve it except to convert it to a landscape pdf.

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