Print size variation

I'm having a problem with the font size varying from one tax return to another. Half the time I seem to get a normal print size for all documents selected to print under the "Print All" button. On other occasions, the font shrinks to print out everything on about 3/4 of a standard 8.5 x 11 page. The only exceptions are the client and engagement letters which are still printed at normal size. My font scaling is set for Automatic in the Print Setup module. Am I doing something to mess with the Profile scaling? In the course of a day I'll be switching from Word to Excel to various other programs in between doing tax returns so something on one of those other programs could be the culprit? Any suggestions would be appreciated.


Same with me, I'm waiting also for an answer.

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