When printing a document, the document appears "scaled" down to a quarter of its normal size, usually in the top left-hand corner of the page.
This behavior is known to be caused by an improper printer "quality" setting. Some printers (usually laser printers) have an option for printer quality, usually expressed in "dpi" or "dots per inch." Typical settings are 300 dpi or 600 dpi. On some printers, setting the quality to 600 dpi will result in the behavior described above.
To resolve this problem, change the printer quality to 300 dpi.