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I had no nibbles from the XP Help and Support group so I'm trying it here.
I'm using XP SP3 and window.print to print a table created in an .asp page
on an HP5510 printer.
Except for a little problem with printing tables under window.print the
printer works fine but I updated the printer driver to the latest version
anyway. Let me describe the Table Printing Problem in more detail:
Assume I have a table of 156 rows and 2 columns. Using font size 7 pt, a
page header + a table header + 55 rows are printed (correctly) on the 1st
page, a page header + 63 rows are printed (correctly) on the second page, and
a page header + 38 rows are printed on the 3rd page with the following error:
The entry for the cell in row 1, column 1 (row 119 of the original table) is
not printed; all other cellls are printed correctly.
Further results: Say I make the font size larger so that only 38 rows of
the table are printed on the first page. Then, again, the entry in row 1,
column 1 of the 2nd page (row 39 of the original table) is not printed, and
incidentally the row 1, column 1 entries of pages 3 and 4 are also not
printed, while all other table entries are printed ok. This pretty much
proves to me that it is not some peculiar contents in a specific table cell.
The behavior is not consistent. In other tests, the entry in row 1, column
1 of page 2 is not printed; or the entries in row 1, column 1 of pages 2 and
3, are not printed. But in all cases, the remaining entries on those pages
are printed ok.
Is window.print somehow corrupted? What is going on, and how can I fix it?