The process of printing webpages is more often than not completely broken.
When you try to print a page, you get a confusing jumble of parts of the page, advertisements that overlap the text that is there, text that is way too large or too small, and pages and pages (and pages and pages) of output for a single, simple page.
And many of my Ask Leo! sites are just as guilty as the rest of the web.
The good news, for me at least, is that some are not, and I’m slowly switching to technology that should make things better.
The bad news, for you, however, is that many sites remain broken when it comes to printing. And email remains its own special mess.