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I print a lot of web pages and it is a pain to print something only to have the right margin cut off and leaving me hanging.  That troubles me no more with a nifty free utility that resizes web pages to the width of the […]

I print a lot of web pages and it is a pain to print something only to have the right margin cut off and leaving me hanging.  That troubles me no more with a nifty free utility that resizes web pages to the width of the printed page and renders perfect printouts no matter the width of the web page.  Internet Explorer Fitted-Width Printing is a simple little tool that puts an icon on the Internet Explorer toolbar that does exactly what you expect and does it well.  Printing with this utility is just as fast as printing normally so you give up nothing and gain a lot.  (Note that the download requires the installation of an ActiveX control, which I wish the author would do away with.)

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  1. sounds like a great little program…. where can I down load the program??

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