I have a web site where it looks fine to me and if I print it out it comes out fine BUT when someone at another location trys to print it out, it gets cut off on the right side. If you look at it in print preview it looks cut off. Why is this happening on only some machines?
Is it the printer? Is it the formatting of web page?
Printing from the web can be a real problem. Generally speaking you need to make you site run unrestricted. I mean using 100% tables and so forth. Alot of folks optimize for 800x600 which doesn't print properly but it does look nice on the screen ;)
If you email me the URL for the site I will have a look at it. If the site if non-adult and none affiliate type stuff you can post it here.
Saw your post over in the Browser Forum and thought I'd check in on the discussion.
Printing out a site is a real tangle, and various brands and even versions of browsers do different things. Printing from different browsers can be even crazier than the differences that they create on screen. Add to the browser problem all the various kinds of printers, and the great variation in the way sites can write their HTML and you have a heck of a stew.
I looked at the code for this site, and I see one oddity -- the nested (second level) table is defined as width=106%. That's a very curious declaration, and I'd guess that it can cause some software to get the hiccups.