+ 0 Votes Microsoft Non-published Hot Fix wigginsm 7 years ago In researching this issue all morning, I found some information at http://msmvps.com/blogs/spywaresucks/archive/2007/03/18/689883.aspx regarding an unpublished Microsoft Hot Fix KB 932538. This article does not exist on Microsoft's KB, but the hot fix does. I have applied it to a test machine and got improved results, however it did not give me the same font printout as emails that were not affected, but it was legible. It did still put in on 1 single page which may be a problem for long email threads. + 0 Votes Unpublished HF 932538 is a Fix wigginsm 7 years ago In continuing my testing of the hot fix, I added more threads to my test emails and they did go to 2 pages when printed. It appears that the fix has set a font limit, perhaps 6pt or 8pt on the shrink to fit option. My testing did span over to 2 pages in around an 8pt font. In further review, I noticed that each of the test emails had a confidentiality statement that was being truncated even at 8pt. I initiated a reply on the email and removed the confidientiality stmt and then printed the email and it printed correctly in 12pt. Hope this information helps. + 0 Votes Have you tried this? omnedom 7 years ago When you are editing a mail with Word as an editor, and you are in the messagebody field, then you have at the top of the screen View, and then you have the option zoom, and then you can choose a percentage.Increase percentage and try to print email + 0 Votes HTML-Code info 6 years ago We had a similar problem with some e-mails. After some 'hard' work with fixes and regestry I took the liberty to look into the source-code of several e-mails. I found the following:The e-mails that printed fine, were e-mails that were send from within our network. Those e-mails do not leave the building. The others did. And with leaving the building, our disclaimer was added at the bottum. And the disclaimer seemd to course the problem. Within the source-coe I found the PRE-tag, which forced IE7 to print the disclaimer on only 1 line. We removed the tag and the mail printed perfectly. Some additional testing showed the same result.I do not know if this solves all the problems, but it worked for us. + 0 Votes Outlook 2003 IE 7 small print tdendinger 6 years ago IE 7 is the cause. There is a hot fix and a registry hack that is supposed to fix the problem but neither works. KB Article 932538 claims to fix it but it won't. Uninstall IE 7 if it is an option. The emails in question seem to be coming from people sending HTML emails using Outlook 2000 & 2003. M$ knows there is a problem but it looks like they're not going to correct anytime soon. They have told us IE 7 works just fine with Outlook 2007. Pretty pricey to upgrade 100 + users. + 0 Votes Impossible to read sandersd 6 years ago Yes, I have this on my outlook at work, but nowhere else. I cannot find a way to fix it either. I would like to know what to do. I thought mine was because this place is still using Novell and my outlook sits as a shell over the Novell email. But apparantly not.Tell me if you know what to do.Thanks,Debbi + 0 Votes Yes i have the same problem kaytech2 5 years ago I have every one using this printer set the same but some email are so small when printed and some are fine absolutly no pattern at all + 0 Votes small print in emails after loading IE7 and still using outlook 2003 airman2001 2 years ago Had the same issue after upgrading to IE7. Clients where still on Outlook2003. I upgraded them to Outlook 2007 and it corrected the issue. Problem here is that if they are using Office 2003...there will be spell check issues within Outlook. Upgrade to Office 2007 also and both issues will go away. + 0 Votes Now..to thread jack a little... airman2001 2 years ago I am having issues with web pages printing too small using IE7 and Win XP....the shrink to fit, show 100%, aren't working right. Shrink to fit is not expanding teh size of the text. Teh 100% cuts off part of the web page...ideas?