Printing data base info #poland


Avigdor&Laia <lbendov@...>
 

I use a HP Deskjet 970 to print horizontally in full scale and it works
well. In the print program most printers should be able to offer this
feature and that should solve the problem for wide tables..
Avigdor Ben-Dov


MILTGOLD@...
 

In a message dated 12/3/02 10:09:10 AM, Bernie-Levy@prodigy.net writes:

<< On 11/28/2002 9:39 PM Diane M. Freilich wrote


Can someone offer a solution as to how to print JRI-Poland vital
records for various towns. Before the change in format, I had no
problem. Now using landscape I am still missing the last three
columns of the database.
PS I tried to contact their technical support, but the hyperlink was
not active.
Thanks
Diane M. Freilich of Michigan >>
As another suggestion--- I have a Mac computer and more importantly, a HP970
CSI printer, granted it's several years old. The main point is that my
printer software (called a "printer driver") has the ability to print in
reduced size. Thus after some experimenting (by printing a sample
"troublesome" page in draft form), I adjust the printer software >from my
toolbar and have it print the whole document in 65 percent size (NOT the
normal 100 percent size). That captures any page with overly wide
horizontally laid out information, those with multiple database columns.

If there's any way to reduce the scale of the page printing, you'll get every
column, as I have.

Milton Goldsamt
Silver Spring, MD
miltgold@aol.com


Bernie Levy <Bernie-Levy@...>
 

I have a two-part answer: (1) software (2) hardware

(1) Software: I use Netscape 7.0 as my browser and e-mail/newsgroup
reader. One of its capabilities is to "fit to page" any web page
printing that you do, subject to some other settings. I tried it and it
worked(*) for me albeit with a pretty tiny font.
(2) Hardware: Some printers can print in poster mode, meaning print one
logical page across multiple sheets, e.g. 2x2, 3x3, 4x4. One printer
here at work and my photo quality printer at home can do that. I tested
it at work at 2x2.
(*) in both cases it printed only as far as the first 4 digits of the
film number, where there were a few more columns albeit with no data in
them.

Bernie
Stamford, CT

Researching ACKERMAN - Kretinga, Lithuania
DREBEN/DREBIN - Lithuania, Ukraine
LEVY/POSMONTIER - Poland
KAUDERER, BURG, ALTMAN - Ukraine (Bukowina)

On 11/28/2002 9:39 PM Diane M. Freilich wrote


Can someone offer a solution as to how to print JRI-Poland vital
records for various towns. Before the change in format, I had no
problem. Now using landscape I am still missing the last three
columns of the database.
PS I tried to contact their technical support, but the hyperlink was
not active.
Thanks
Diane M. Freilich of Michigan

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