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Old May 8th 04, 10:54 PM
Sandi
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I have updated from Windows ME to Windows XP, and whenever
I try to print anything, I get that darn gray
rectangle, "Internet Explorer Script Error" and am unable
to print. At the bottom is "Do you want to continue
running scripts on this page?". How can I get rid of this?
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Old May 9th 04, 06:47 AM
zebraloc
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If you give us your system information, you might get a respone that
will make where you can print with your........
On Sat, 8 May 2004 14:27:32 -0700, "Sandi"
succinctly stated:

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Old May 9th 04, 11:06 PM
Victor D.
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http://www.coribright.com/Windows/Article%20Two.htm


"Sandi" wrote in message
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I have updated from Windows ME to Windows XP, and whenever
I try to print anything, I get that darn gray
rectangle, "Internet Explorer Script Error" and am unable
to print. At the bottom is "Do you want to continue
running scripts on this page?". How can I get rid of this?



 




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