Greetings! Been using RM since desktop computers were the size of microwave ovens – and the microwaves had more memory! Although I have been using RM for a long time, I have only recently restarted printing out charts and such. I do not recall having this issue before. When I set up a standard, plain-vanilla pedigree chart to print on legal-sized paper (landscape orientation), the resulting copy is compressed and anchored to the upper LH corner of the paper. The image on the monitor is the same as what prints. So, RM is creating the compression. I have changed all available Report Settings, to no avail. The interesting quirk is the header and footer lines, along with header and footer verbiage, covers the correct width of the legal sized paper. The header and footer do not compress; only the body of the print. Also, the individual event lines begin to write on the line above. It looks as if the entire sheet formatting is compressing the body vertically and horizontally. Thinking this may be a printer driver issue, I created a PDF, with the same results. Again, no amount of Report Settings adjustments changes the result. If I can figure out how to attach the PDF to this message, I would send it along with this post as a picture is worth a thousand words. Can’t believe I’m the first to ever print pedigree charts in legal landscape, so I assume there is some local issue. Any help would be appreciated.