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PRinting Problem IE6

Postby Raashid » Tue, 13 Jul 2004 13:14:34 GMT

I am printing one Arabic and English e-from from the 
website (both in one page), when i given to print command 
Arabic is not printing (some other characheter is printing 
like ASCII) only english is printing. i am using HP1300 
Laserjet printer. Please help me.

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