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Needed to define print ranges. I just selected the cells on each page and then went: format->print ranges->add


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Solution is disengaging the pressure release cam gears (white) separating the Fuser from the Pressure roller on both ends. This can be done by turning a gear on one end of the Fuser. It may be difficult to turn. If it spins then you are on the wrong end of the Fuser and turning the Fuser roller; should be quite easy to turn the Fuser roller without the ...


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Looks like there may be a way to get around this by using another compatible driver. I found this on the HP Support Forums - Print black and white only (no grey scale). The solution is about 3/4 the way down, authored by HP Expert, Bob_Headrick. The Deskjet 5550 driver has an option for black only and should be compatible with the Deskjet 990. Try the ...


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The following will work in Windows 7 or 8.1 Source How to Copy a Printer's Configuration to Another Machine Exporting the Configuration to a File Press "Windows-X" to open the Power User menu and click "Command Prompt" to launch the Command Prompt utility. The default working folder is your user folder. Type "cd Desktop" (without the ...


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In the Page Layout tab on the ribbon is a page setup area and scale to fit area. In page setup, highlight the cells you need to print and go to print area - set print area. Now this is what will print. In the scale to fit area, click the bottom right corner to get the page setup information. Then you can change your print options to fit your printer. ...


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From a command prompt $ copy filename \\\Server Name\\{Printer Share Name} If there is a space with the print share name be sure to enclose in quotes. For example: $ copy {filename} “\\\\{Server Name}\\{Printer Share Name}"


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Another alternative is to convert to images via something like pdfimages From man page, "Pdfimages saves images from a Portable Document Format (PDF) file as Portable Pixmap (PPM), Portable Bitmap (PBM), or JPEG files. Pdfimages reads the PDF file PDF-file, scans one or more pages, and writes one PPM, PBM, or JPEG file for each image, ...


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Another option is to simply let CutePDF do it's work. Then use Adobe Acrobat and/or pdftk do a periodic (manual or automated, up to you) job every once in a while of rounding everything up to a single file? https://www.pdflabs.com/tools/pdftk-the-pdf-toolkit/ https://www.pdflabs.com/docs/pdftk-cli-examples/


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Wouldn't GIMP (GIMP looks at a PDF as though it's just a bunch of image files) or Adobe Acrobat allow you to do all of this in one hit (if I'm reading this correctly)? http://www.gimp.org/ As for the duplex printing thing you can replicate it with a standard printer if you the way in which the printer works (do a test print to determine orientation)... ...


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In my installation, I have a couple buttons under Page Sizing & Handling. One of those says Poster and does what you need.


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that's difficult to answer, you did not wrote which kind of OS you use. The printer seems to be a network printer. Do you want to print via usb or via network. It is important that the installed printer driver is configured with this kind of way (usb or network) you want to use this device. You suggest you to remove the existing driver, download the driver ...


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According to the DD-WRT wiki: Windows XP Find your printer in Control Panel - Printers etc. and open the properties page for it. Select the Ports tab. Click Add Port and choose Standard TCP/IP printer port and click New Port Enter you router's IP address (normally 192.168.1.1) and click Next Set Device type to custom and click settings. Make ...


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You can connect as you say, if you buy a router that includes a print server. This is much cheaper than buying a router and then a separate print server. On the other hand, if you already have a router, you'd have to get a new one... D-Link makes some of these: here is an example, the DI-704UP. Look for "routers with print server", or with USB connection ...


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Yes - Network printer, either by Ethernet port (cable) or Wi-Fi (wireless). No - The HP1515 only has USB port. Workaround: Connect it to a computer that is on the network and always turned on. Then share the printer for other computers to use (they also need to be on the same network, either by cable or wireless).


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Spiehler is correct. I know exactly what you are saying that your issue is because I had the same problem until I tried the way that Spiehler suggested. Change the option "2 pages per sheet" NOT in the print dialog box (the first window to display when printing) but instead in the printer properties box. First choose a printer to use. Then click the ...


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I am using Word 2000. I regularly print A4 pages shrunk to two A5 pages on a single A4 landscape sheet. These are the steps: Select: Page Setup - Set Paper size to A5 and the orientation to Portrait Print - This may vary with the Printer. Mine is a Samsung CLP-620. (a) In its Properties, select Landscape (b) Pages per sheet - select (2) (c) Scale ...


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We have a ton of these printers at work and none do this that I've experienced. The service manual indicates the cleaning page under service menu is not a factory default setting (asterisks (*) indicate the factory default setting) So, go through the menu and find service > cleaning page and make sure there isn't a (*) next to it.


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It appears that the culprit is avahi on the client. If I shut down avahi-daemon the flapping goes away, and so do all the printers that have been automatically discovered. This post gives a command line solution to discover all the print queues from a specific server and then add them into CUPS. Maybe someday avahi will be reliable, until then I've just ...


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Begin your research with the printer server. There are more than a few ways to set up a network printer. Try adding the printer again under a separate name and another port. Maybe even with another printer driver, and Google what may be said about your particular model printer to find out what other people are experiencing. Then see if it would be seen ...


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I am going to attempt to answer the question that I see hidden in the actual question you asked. I have created a brochure that organizations are very eager to use. They do want to buy electronic license of it with their company on it. I'd like to price it with limitation to the number of "allowed" printouts. I.e. up to 100 printouts $300, up to ...



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