All of my settings are correct ie, letter, portrait, all margins 75 (I have
even tried 100 for bottom and it only changes the text of page, not footer).
I have it set 'shrink to fit'; I have in the footer box '&u&b&d' - all are
correct. In Print Preview it shows the footer text correctly on the bottom of
the page - it will print out when when I insert 14" paper -- it's just too
low to print on 11" paper. My most recent attempt was to see if it would
print using 'landscape'. As soon as I clicked on (print) the footer
mysteriously jumped a little higher and printed out correctly. When I
reversed it to 'portrait' the footer jumped lower as soon as I clicked on
Print and it (again) did not print on the page. I went into my printer
settings but found nothing that could help. I feel I've exhausted my options.
"Cari (MS-MVP)" wrote:
> From within IE, File, Page Setup, and if you're in the US, using Letter
> sized paper in Portrait Orientation the margins should be set at 0.75 all
> Cari (MS-MVP)
> Windows Technologies - Printing & Imaging
> "pclimer" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> > My footer settings are correctly set but will not print out at bottom of
> > page; the printer is printing the footer but is too low for it to show up
> > on
> > the paper. How can I adjust the footer to print higher.
> > --
> > missypatts