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As you mention "HP" in your tags: e-mail printing is a functionality of some of the newer (and not so new) HP printers which allow you to bypass having to set up printing for visitors. So instead of having to support visitors who know nothing abouts CUPS, Drivers, USB cables, WiFi/cable networks and such, you just have to stick a label on the printer ...


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There is no way to change that. Internal addresses simply do not show as (in general) they are not needed as addressing the email by name would suffice since Exchange resolves them. External addresses will show and do get printed. If an email gets forwarded, the external email address is also placed above the quoted text. Are you saying that this isn't the ...


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Printing from the command prompt is limited; just as the print command is only able to print ASCII text, you can only print in monochrome. HOWEVER, I found a program that allows you to do print in color from the command line. The downside is that it's a free trial. Here are its commands: http://www.verypdf.com/pdfprint/pdf-print-cmd.html I sincerely hope ...


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On the PC sending the file, is the printer setup to default to color printing? In Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Devices and Printers, right-click the printer, select Printer properties, and on the General tab, click Preferences. Be sure color is default, not gray-scale. Your printer setup dialog may differ from that below, but should have some means ...


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This may seem obvious, but have you tried any or all of the following? Remove / Re-add printer Re-install / Repair Office 2013


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Go to File - Options - Advanced - Print Under Print, uncheck the box for Scale content for A4 or 8.5 x 11" paper sizes. :)


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Yup, easily. Go to your Printers folder (depending which way you go, you pick), and choose the option to add a new printer. When it asks what port, choose the existing port, and existing driver. Name it something different though. Once it's created, you can right-click on the printer queue, choose Printer Preferences... and change your settings there. I do ...


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I found a solution hear, seems which works: Go to File > Print (leave settings as default) and click on Printer Properties > Finishing tab > select 4 Pages Per Sheet > select Landscape orientation – print comes out as four separate pages, one print per page. It seems that Word 2010 overrides anything set in Printer Properties


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@marc.fargas you are looking for Print&Share ( http://www.printandshare.info ). It allows you to insert overlays, select profiles based on recognition, use dynamic ranges (with formulas), customize the document etc.. Far more advanced compared to fineprint. You can have multiple outputs (= a different channel) this allows you to store the same output ...


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Figured it out using du and sorting the result by size since quite a lot of data was created indeed. Apparently, cups-pdf keeps its temporary data in /var/spool/cups-pdf/, more specifically for my problem: /var/spool/cups-pdf/SPOOL. Emptying that directory freed quite a lot of space. Sorry for asking the question just before coming up with the answer.


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If the original is a two page flyer in Microsoft Word with the correct page dimensions of the pages (10 x 29.7 cm), where page 1 is the front page and page 2 is the backside, you can print the PDF in this way: Press Ctrl+P to open the print dialog. Select CutePDF or a similar PDF printer as the printer. Select 2 pages per sheet. Tell Word to print pages: ...


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Suggestion for bare Excel: Adjust first column and row width and height to get column two and row two into correct position. Hopefully you can match the row height (of the following lines) to the line height on the form and column width to also match the form in a similar way. If that is not possible, then you might need to continue in the initial style, ...


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If your PDF is organized into layers when it was created, then this may work: Open the PDF in Adobe Acrobat Reader Click View -> Show/Hide -> Navigation Panes -> Layers On the left pane, from the bottom up, check off (i.e. hide) layer names that suggest they have background images (e.g. background images, images, background, watermark etc.) i learned ...


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I modified the printer settings for the pdf using printer dialog box: In the printer dialog box, selected the advance print setup. In Color management, ticked the Let printer manage the colours option and the borders start appearing again!


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Starting with the known: The image given is 701px × 561px A3 paper size is 16.25" x 11.75" And the bit you may be missing which is that printed output needs a dot density running from around 150 dots per inch up to around 300 dots per inch. Anything much below 180-200 starts to become noticeably grainy, above 300 rarely results in noticeable ...


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In the driver, click on the Advanced Settings tab and untick "Skip blank pages". Note that, to make this permanent, you have to do it from Printing Defaults. Go to Printer Properties, click the Advanced tab, and the Printing Defaults button. Then proceed as above. If you are printing via a server, you need to change the setting on the server, or it will ...


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You can just open it up in MS paint (yeah, it seems odd), print -> page setup and select fit to 2 by 1 pages (adjust the orientation if it ends up odd). Adjust borders and such, and print.


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This is an example for cell B9. Place the following Event macro in the worksheet code area. Once it is installed, it will continuously monitor the cell. If you ever clear the cell, the macro will put "Name" in the cell: Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) Dim MyCell As Range Set MyCell = Range("B9") If Intersect(MyCell, Target) ...


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You noted trying each of these settings: Flip on long/short edge Portrait/Landscape However, you didn't mention which combination therein you tried. The reason I mention this is because I'm picturing say for example a calendar; if you're in Landscape & Flip on Long edge; then the normal / expected result would be that the back page is printed ...


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There is a new method to directly choose the media emulation in Developer Tools, see http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9540990/using-chromes-element-inspector-in-print-preview-mode/



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