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*sigh* I KNOW you can change the print zoom settings manually.

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by Me You, Feb 16, 2010.

  1. Me You

    Me You Flightless Bird

    Go to "page set up" either through the file tab at top left or the drop dow arrow to the right of the printer icon on the top right of the screen, and uncheck "Enable shrink to fit"



    bachdamo wrote:

    *sigh* I KNOW you can change the print zoom settings manually.
    23-Jan-07

    *sigh* I KNOW you can change the print zoom settings manually. (same with
    the page view zoom level) My question is THIS:
    CAN YOU SET THE PRINT ZOOM SETTING TO PICK 100% AT DEFAULT AND NOT THE FIT
    TO PAGE OPTION???
    Please, somebody give a definite answer, not a beat around the bush.

    "Pat" wrote:

    Previous Posts In This Thread:

    On Monday, January 22, 2007 5:14 PM
    bachdamo wrote:

    Set default print size
    Anybody know how to change the default print setting from automatically
    fitting to page to 100% zoom?

    On Monday, January 22, 2007 7:22 PM
    Pa wrote:

    File>Print PreviewChange the setting to 100%Then PrintYou might also try going
    File>Print Preview
    Change the setting to 100%
    Then Print

    You might also try going into Control Panel and double click on the
    printer/faxes icon.
    Right click on the printer icon and select properties.
    Click the Advanced Tab
    Click Printer Defaults
    Click the Effects Tab and ensure under Resizing Options Print Document On is
    not checked.
    Letter 8.5 x 11 in. should be greyed out
    100% size should be listed and showing in the box just below it.
    Click Ok
    Click Ok

    Pat


    "bachdamon" wrote:

    On Monday, January 22, 2007 7:33 PM
    bachdamo wrote:

    So the answer is that there is no way to set 100% as your default, right?
    So the answer is that there is no way to set 100% as your default, right?

    "Pat" wrote:

    On Tuesday, January 23, 2007 12:02 PM
    Pa wrote:

    There are several ways to manipulate zoom settings in Internet Explorer 7.
    There are several ways to manipulate zoom settings in Internet Explorer 7.
    When using a wheel mouse, hold down the Ctrl key and then spin the mouse
    wheel up or down to increase or decrease zoom. Those of us who prefer
    keyboard shortcuts can use the Ctrl + key combination to zoom in, and the
    Ctrl - key combination to zoom out. The Ctrl Shift P key combination will
    adjust the zoom setting so that the page fits nicely on the screen. Ctrl 0
    will set zoom to 100 percent. In addition, there is a status bar menu.

    http://www.microsoft.com/windows/IE/community/columns/shrunk.mspx

    --
    Pat


    "bachdamon" wrote:

    On Tuesday, January 23, 2007 4:58 PM
    bachdamo wrote:

    *sigh* I KNOW you can change the print zoom settings manually.
    *sigh* I KNOW you can change the print zoom settings manually. (same with
    the page view zoom level) My question is THIS:
    CAN YOU SET THE PRINT ZOOM SETTING TO PICK 100% AT DEFAULT AND NOT THE FIT
    TO PAGE OPTION???
    Please, somebody give a definite answer, not a beat around the bush.

    "Pat" wrote:


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