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Dear Editor,

First, I want to thank all of you for the fabulous service this newsletter is to the profession and to the immigrant community. My immigration law class is also subscribing.

Second, I have a question about documents that we print from the links in the newsletter. When I link to a document cited in the newsletter, I can see the entire document on my screen, but when I print out a copy, the right-hand side is cut-off. Can you offer any guidance on how I could correct this problem?

Thanks for your help.

Elizabeth J. Bedient Carter & Alterman Denver, Colorado

Editor's Note: Technological limitations in our site cause the side of the pages to be cut off when printed on 8.5 x 11 paper. Until we fix the problem here are two suggestions for work arounds:

1. Print in Landscape mode: Your print dialog should have a 'Properties' button. Click on it and change the orientation of the paper to landscape. Hit OK and print.

2. Paste into your word processor: Place your mouse over the start of the article you want to print. Click down and drag your mouse to the end of the article while keeping the mouse pressed down. This should highlight the entire article. Now select the 'Copy' menu item from the 'Edit' menu of your browser. Start your word processor with an empty document, select paste. Now use the print function of your word processor.


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