When you use the browser print button, you get what you see on the screen. If you actually want the print version to look different, I would suggest that you do it in one of these two ways:
- Either you have a print-button in the page layout that opens a different view, formatted in a way that looks like you need it OR
- You could look at a browser print-button method that uses style sheets and the possibilities that are available for switching the style sheet when activating the browser print button.
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