Internet Explorer® 7 Printing Problems
Despite the popularity of Internet Explorer 7, a widely used worldwide web browser, printing problems pose a serious pressure to its uncountable global user base. Printing from web pages and HTML e-mails often proves to be a cumbersome task. This poses a serious hindrance to professionals all over the world who are mostly dependent on the web to carry out their tasks. Imagine having to print an urgent office document, only to be put in the midst of a serious dilemma due to these printing problems, common to Internet Explorer7. It is thus, essential to bolster up oneself with a thorough knowledge of how and why these problems occur and their possible solutions.
- What are Internet Explorer 7 printing problems?
- How do Internet Explorer 7 printing problems occur?
- How can Internet Explorer 7 printing problems be fixed?
What are Internet Explorer 7 printing problems?
One of these problems lies in the shrink to fit feature of Internet Explorer 7 and the font is exceptionally small and unreadable mostly, especially in the case of printed e-mails. This is a case of the failure of text to wrap itself aptly to the page. Along with printing, the print preview function fails as well on the Windows XP operating system. Instead of the print preview dialog box, users get to see a blank screen in place of the desired page to be printed.
How do Internet Explorer 7 printing problems occur?
The reasons for these persistent printing problems of Internet Explorer 7 are manifold, and may be difficult to accurately pinpoint. A section of users have identified the problem after installing the newest update KB969897. A registry key "[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT.dlg]" on board the Microsoft Software Inventory Analyzer could also be another reason for the problem. The e-mail header or footer could also be a problem, as big headers or footers may not wrap aptly as the shrink to fit application will attempt to fit the chunk of text into the page and this is responsible for the poor font.
Uninstalling Microsoft Software Inventory Analyzer may solve this problem, as well as removal of the registry key mentioned above, via the removal of the extension type. Correcting improper Unicode settings may also correct the problem. There has to be a big bullet symbol next to the encoding language which is accessed from the Settings menu. Restarting Internet Explorer is likely to solve the problem. You can contact iYogi Certified Technicians for personalizing assistance with full dedication towards the precise resolution.
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