Chrome printer settings in Windows 10

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Printing an article from the web in Chrome, the last line of text on a page may get cut-off horizontally and the rest of the line shows up on the next page.

- Using a different printer from the same workstation makes no difference (same problem).
- Using Chrome on a different workstation: works fine (problem is gone).
- Using Firefox on the original workstation: works fine (problem is gone).

So if it was a system or printer driver setting, wouldn't Firefox exhibit the same issue?
But if it is a Chrome setting, which one? I couldn't find any difference between the two workstations.
Could anyone help?
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ZeropointNRGHedge Fund Manager

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Can I see said article?
ZeropointNRGHedge Fund Manager

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After pressing CTRL+ P to print are you allowed to change the margins or scale?

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Just figured it out.. it was an add-on that took part of the top of the page... as soon as I closed the add-on printing was good
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Ah, okay, good to hear!
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Just figured it out.. it was an add-on that took part of the top of the page... as soon as I closed the add-on printing was good

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