It may be worth fiddling with the CSS property page-break-after or break-after. The initial value is "auto" which means "Automatic page breaks" - try "avoid" (or "" empty string) which "Avoids page breaks after the element."
Often though problems like this are between the web-browser platform and the printer driver and cannot be influenced by the web page itself but require environmental workarounds that depend entirely on the specific actors and circumstances involved.
posted 3 years ago
hi everyone thanks for your concern, i got the solution. Just need to change printer page settings in system. change paper size and if your desired size is not present create one as per your requirement and select the same in your browser page setup.