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Go into Devices and Printers. Select a printer and then choose Manage default printers from the top menu. In the next window, select Change default printer when I change networks Adjust the properties according by choosing the network and printer, then choose Add. Now when you connect to a network, the printer you have chosen will be your default. ...


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The problem is because a PS file is an executable program and can execute improper actions, which upsets the ghostscript's virtual machine. I had located, judging by the position returned by the ghostscript what are the offending pages; those are pages 234(36) and 250(52). Then I opened the .ps file in a text editor and searched for "%%Page: 234" and ...


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There are two steps to make this work: first you need to share your printer on your first computer. Second, you need to connect from your other computers to the printer. Share your printer There is lots of information about this on the internet and it's quite easy. Right click on your printer icon in the "Devices and Printers" section of your Configuration ...


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This is normal behavior. Free memory is entirely wasted so modern operating systems do everything they can to avoid having free physical memory. Consider some memory that's in use and contains data read from, or written to, the disk. Consider what happens if the operating system makes that memory free: That takes effort, so there's an immediate ...


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I had to pass someone a copy of an Access database that has some Labels reports designed to print quite a few sheets of Avery labels (or compatible), and the HP 1010 messed up the printing not only on my printer, but also on that person's printer which had previously been OK with the same reports (I had recently modified the reports and re-saved them). ...


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The "N of N count" at the bottom of Print Preview is the number of the current page and the number of all pages in the document (all of the pages that Word is previewing for you, for that document). So you're right: that may or may not be connected to what you actually want to print. Most people, most of the time, are printing out all pages, so that is ...


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It seems that the printer can be disabled or adjusted through the steps below depending on the version of your printer: http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-c03304145&sp4ts.oid=5096252 I hope that helps


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If two printers are really connected, you can go to "Printer and fax devices" then right click the printer of your choice you should see "Make as default" there. Normally when the other printer is not online (switched off or not connected) it will not be listed?



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