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Forcing Page size in Internet Explorer

By VorsterE ·
We have a group of users that print invoices from and internally published website that connects trough to SAP. But we have a problem where half of them needs to reset their paper size every time they print in order to keep the invoices to one page.
I can?t find a setting on the pc?s them self to force the page to accept and save the paper printing settings. So we thought of enforcing the settings to the pc?s by using GPO?s could someone please help and point me in the right direction as I?m not sure as to how to dot this or where to look for the setting at least thank you

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They have to reset in printer control panel?

by seanferd In reply to Forcing Page size in Inte ...

If the setting doesn't stick under Printers and Faxes, perhaps GP is preventing the setting from being written to the registry. I don't know, are printing preferences a per-user or system setting?

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They have to reset in printer control panel?

by VorsterE In reply to They have to reset in pri ...

The printers on the pc that I have been using for test dummies have been reinstalled as both the original network printers and as local printers neither with any great success none of these pc' have their printers controlled via group policy?s I hoped however to use group policy?s to force the settings to their Internet explorers browsers as a possible fix/workaround as everything else prints normally as expected
Thank you

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Why not use proper HTML on the "internally published" web site?

by ThumbsUp2 In reply to Forcing Page size in Inte ...

If your HTML, CSS and anything else you're using in the web page was correct according to the W3C's standards, you wouldn't be having this problem.

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Why not use proper HTML on the "internally published" web site?

by VorsterE In reply to Why not use proper HTML o ...

The internal website was written using .asp and linked up to the sap databases. Is there anything specific that I could or should look for as no developer ever appreciates a ?techie? telling him there is something wrong with his coding?
Thank you

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