+ 0 Votes Outlook XP/2003 printing problems small font size since IE7 update clifftayloruk 7 years ago A number of users on my network have reported this issue since IE7 was rolled out in the last week or so. Uninstalling IE7 cures the problem, so that must be where the issue lies. I'm still investigating further and will post back here if I find anything more out. + 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? + 0 Votes Sounds like... dawgit 7 years ago a fairly typicle M$ / XP problem. It seems like almost every time M$ does an up-date of any kind I have the same problem (or Worse) A quick Question here? Is the Printer in question off an USB or the Print/Par-port? That does make a difference. I only have the problems on the par.port printer. My solutions always involve redoing the settings card for that printer. (Start/Printers and Faxes/Printer#x/Properties/-) Sometime times twice, (if it looks correct, change to something bogus, then redo as correct) that usally does it. + 0 Votes Sounds like...-Double Post- Sorry dawgit Updated - 7 years ago That's not funny + 0 Votes Similar problem tony 7 years ago I have a customer with a similar problem, and can replicate it. IE7, Outlook 2003 and Exchange 2003 server (running on SBS 2003) Some incoming HTML emails will not print the headers at all. If I convert the HTML mail to plain text (only option) and send it back to myself, the problem disappears; if I then convert the plain text mail to HTML and mail it back to myself, it prints perfectly. Thus, it has to be either something in the incoming HTML mail or it doesn't happen for the internal domain. The only clue I have is that the incoming HTML mails might contain extended character sets. Printing the same emails from Outlook Web Access also shows the same problem - not surprising, because as far as I can tell, Outlook 2003 uses IE for printing of HTML mails (but not Plain or Rich Text). I deduced this a long time ago because if you print an email with a file attachment, plain text and rich text print the file attachment - icon and name, but HTML mails don't (but do from Outlook Express). + 0 Votes Yes I have this problem-random slumsden 7 years ago Yes I just deployed 25 new units w/Office 2003 SP2 w/ IE7 and it didn't take long for users to point out the problem. what up!! S + 0 Votes Yes I am getting the same problem yavarp 7 years ago I found the same problem but it is random, in some mails only it prints very small fonts + 0 Votes A workaround Benyben6 7 years ago I had the same issue (emails print way too small, and no headers). This is with Outlook 2003 I was able to print e-mails fine after I did the following: -Tools, options -In preferences tab, click e-mail options... -Under Message Handling, check "Read all standard mail in plain text" -Restart oulook, and you should be able to print e-mails fine. Hopefully we'll be able to print in html soon. + 0 Votes Same Problem Pachego 7 years ago I'm having the same problem. I've printed the same email from Outlook 2003 and Outlook 2007. The text on the 2003 printout in tiny and the text on the 2007 printout in normal. Have you found a resolution yet? + 0 Votes The Microsoft Fix Part 1. david.buckley 7 years ago THere is a fix available for the no headers issue. Check it out here: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx/kb/931657 Unfortunately MS have not yet really really released the patch as you need to ring them first before you can get the patch. DAVE PS. I don't think that magnifying glass pictures are especially helpful at this point. Whilst very funny, having misleading titles kinda irritate when people such as myself are under pressure to resolve issues. (I'm just shitty cause there isn't a fix yet and I'm being hounded daily by people whinging at me and managers who won't let me stop the rollout of IE 7.0) + 0 Votes Small font print appear to be with email threads? wigginsm 7 years ago I have noticed that all the emails that my users have given me with the small font print usually contain 1 or more replys to the original email. Has anyone else noticed this? Also, does anyone have a work around that keeps the html format?