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controlling the width of forms

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I have a javascript/HTML page where I gather information about an insurance policy. After all the information is gathered I present a summary "application" that the client can print. The problem is, when it gets to the form the page spreads out beyoned the width of a printed page. I have set all the widths to 750 pixels but it has it's own mind. I'm not sure exactly which code to post as the page has over 7000 lines of code. What am I doing wrong?
Aug 12 '09 #1
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I'm really surprised that no one knows how to do this.
Aug 13 '09 #2

Dormilich
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maybe because most people would zoom the page? anyways, you could post a link so that people could have a lokk at it.
Aug 13 '09 #3

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Please tell me what you mean by "zoom" the pagep; and, how would that make it fit on a printed page? Here's the link: https://www.ubquotesonline.com/comme...screenOne.html
Aug 13 '09 #4

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