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I think you are looking for "Paste / Transpose": Select the cells containing the headings and data you want to transpose. Click Copy or press Ctrl + C. Click in a blank cell on the spreadsheet. This cell will be the top, left corner of the new table of data. Click the down arrow on the Paste button and select Paste Special from the drop-down menu. On the ...


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Unfortunately that is what you are going to get. You can accomplish what you want, however, it will require either A) Printing each individual page separately and using a PDF tool to combine them or B) Using a PDF tool to rotate individual pages of the complete document. I personally use pdftk under linux and it seems they now have a windows version: ...


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I have had way to much experience with Ricoh printers. Simply put, that printer is in major need of service. With the colors off by that much, you will need a Ricoh tech to come out and do an alignment. Not to mention a thorough cleaning.


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Following James idea but using jQuery: $('*[media="screen"],*[media="print"]').attr('media', '') If page doesn't have jQuery, inject it: var el = document.createElement('script'); el.type = "text/javascript"; el.src = "http://code.jquery.com/jquery-latest.pack.js"; document.body.appendChild(el);


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If you sort the spreadsheet by column B (Department), the rows will be re-ordered so all people in the same department are listed together. That will give you your desired print format. The only other thing you may want to do is to insert header rows with the department names. If I start with this: I get this after sorting by Department: You can also ...


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You should try this: https://support.microsoft.com/kb/946737?wa=wsignin1.0 To clear your queue or any other hanged jobs, try this: Enter in (Admin) Command Prompt, type: Net Stop Spooler, this will close print services. Then type: del %systemroot%\System32\spool\printers\* /Q, this will delete anything that you have in pool. Then type: Net Start Spooler, ...


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Probably the only thing that you need to do to get your pivot table to work is to change the datatype on your telephone column from number (or general) to string. This is also a good trick for preserving leading zeros in things like zipcodes.


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I am not sure if I correctly understand your question, but it's possible to print Gantt chart for specific time range:


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Another Workaround is to install Adobe Acrobat Reader, and to uninstall Windwos 8 Reader. After, you can again freely adjust printer proerties, and even open two pdf's side by side. Get free from Microsoft mediocrity !


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Some problems with blank page insertion are: 1) Odd pages become even, and so on. This has a dramatic effect on headers and footers when the blank page is removed. 2) "First page" header and footer configuration is now confused. You can disable this and use section breaks instead. Not sure what happens when page is deleted and section break is removed ...


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Another way is inkscape -d 300 -e "$filename.png" "$filename.pdf" (you can omit -d 300 if you only need 96 dpi). However, inkscape may have problems with the fonts, which is why I prefer convert from ImageMagick (see frabjous' and digitxp's answers).


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Disconnect the printer from the network, and try pinging its IP address. Does another computer respond? If so, there's an IP conflict. With network printers, it's best to assign it an IP address, outside of your DHCP range. For example, most Linksys routers issue addresses from 192.168.1.100 to 192.168.1.200. If you assign it an address such as ...


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A rather late answer, but there is a sort-of workaround that doesn't involve editing PDFs or using a Word doc: Print out the PDF and put the page/s back in the printer Viewing the PDF in the Adobe Reader in Chrome, go Hamburger menu > Print ... and it should show as a blank page Select to add the URL header Print as many copies as there were pages in the ...


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If it is only for the occasional "print only top half" on OS X, you actually do not need to install anything. Open the PDF in Preview.app (which likely is the default PDF viewer on your system anyway). From the application's menu, make sure that 'Tools -> Rectangular Selection' is active. Use mouse pointer to select that half (or other part of page) you ...


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Simple. Select 'quality and media' on a list button under label 'orientation'. Once you choose this, there will be a checkbox at the bottom wheter you want to print it on greyscale or not. Hope this helps you :)


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You actually don't have to bother with contents. All you need to do is cropping the page. Another possibility would be creating a custom paper format corresponding to A5 landscape (probably what the packaging label is about). You do that in the printer driver dialog, just ignoring the Acrobat complaint that you will leave now the Acrobat print dialog and ...


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Here are the steps: Install Homebrew. Make sure to follow all instructions on the command line. Install ImageMagick with brew install imagemagick. Open Automator.app, then create a new Print Plugin. Drag Run Shell Script from the left pane to the right. Select Pass Input: as arguments and paste the following code: # Crop off the top half of a PDF and ...


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Most printers do not print full bleed (i.e. to the edge of the paper). According to this link, the Laserjet 3800 does not. The data sheet confirms that the 3800 uses the normal 5 mm margins. For printers that do offer full bleed, the printer default is nearly always to use standard margins anyway. To get full bleed you usually need to change a setting on ...


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Log in as admin and go to setting preference and go to printer/fax click on the printer have problem, click on sharing button and click on "can everyone" and apply then restart. Log in standard user to test the printer. It should work!


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You can copy or drag the files you have ordered directly into the print queue: Open System Preferences. Select Print & Scan. Select the printer that you want to use. Click on the button "Open Print Queue ..." on the right hand side. Now drag or copy/paste the list of files you want to print into the Print Queue window.


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Using Linux, try this: Here's a Gist of a bash script that builds on the prev. Fixes a color compatibility problem (possibly specific to my pdf), and does some dependency checking. https://gist.github.com/MichaelJCole/86e4968dbfc13256228a



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