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some emails in yahoo won't print senders info with message, they print separately

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I have a Notebook PC with Win 8.1 and my problem is this; when i receive emails from Yahoo, the senders information and the message received won't "print" together on the first sheet of paper printed, instead it prints the senders information on one sheet of paper and then the message on other sheets followed. It should be printing the senders information with the first part of the message on the first sheet of paper then the remaining on the other sheets. this appears to only happen on larger email messages.

When i print from Internet Explorer v11 it prints great, no problems... i have tried doing the following in FireFox: Printer Reset, page settings, Font change, font size change, printer settings, FireFox Refresh and Uninstall and reinstall FireFox

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Best suggestion I have for you is to try using the Print Edit extension and fiddle with it in the "Edit" mode in the Print Preview window. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/print-edit/

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edmeister; it used to work before, just suddenly start doing that, so something changed??

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No changes in Firefox recently that I have experienced, but chances are that you use a different web-mail service than I use (Xfinity).

Maybe the software used at the web-mail website was changed?

Overall, I don't print very much these days, as compared to the past when I would go thru a ream of paper per month; where now a ream of paper might last me 6 to 8 months. I am saving more to disk for archive purposes.

IMO, Firefox has always fallen short of IE when it comes to printing. That extension (or similar in the past) has made my life a lot easier since I started using a "Print Edit" type extension over 10 years ago. By allowing the user being able to "delete" unwanted content or remove blank formatting spaces and to be able to print more per printed page, resulting in fewer pages overall getting "spit out" of the printer.

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Thank you edmeister, will play with the print edit thing and see if that helps plus will investigate Yahoo e-mail as well, Thanks again

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