it is a copyright matter a lot of sites do this if you can print other site pages properly printer settings are ok, i would suggest trying opening a word doc then select print scrn and paste into to word doc see if that helps.
Not a copyright issue. Most printers will not print the last few lines to the right of some web pages due to the fact of 2 things.
1) the web page is set to display a lower resolution to suit more displays IE 800x600 and will not print fully as displayed on a monitor that is set to a higher resolution.
2) the margins of your printer are set to large. Go into "Page setup" and reduce the side margins to .5 this may help, if not then set your page to landscape instead of portrait and it should now print that last few lines on the right.
Some websites are more aware of this and on the page they offer a "Print friendly" version of the display. j.
Morning johnny. Yep! this is a long standing problem with most printers/websites. It's to do with the way the webpage is optimised for display rather than printing. I have a Canon printer that places it's own print Icon on the IE tool bar and if you click on it then it will scale the page to print fully.
Below is a short description from the Canon help file.
Welcome to Canon Easy-WebPrint, a plug-in for Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 and 6.0. Canon Easy-WebPrint places a toolbar on the Internet Explorer window to enable print-outs that are scaled to fit completely inside the page, rather than being cut off along the right-hand side.