I have extensively searched for this problem but can't find any real solution to it.
We recently upgraded to XP. When users are printing out forms the radio buttons are not showing, consequently users can not see what selection they chose. Radio buttons are just normal basic standard HTML and printed fine before the upgrade. We have noticed that there is a new feature in the XP IE version (V6.0.2900.2180.xpsp_sp2_gdr) "Enable visual styles on buttons and controls in web pages". When we uncheck this the radio buttons print. Turning it off is really not an option in our Standard Operating environment given it is a default setting. Also our newer printers print this out fine, but most of our other printers just don't seem to recognise this new 'feature' when it is switched on even when the printer drivers are upgraded.
Does anyone have any information on this....I can't believe that I am the only one experiencing this issue
Any light shed would be greatly appreciated.
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