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Click on Printers and Devices Right click on the printer you're having the problem with about half way down from pop up window, click on Printer Properties click on the Ports tab highlight the port for the printer you're working with click on Configure Ports uncheck the SNMP Status Enabled box click ok make sure there is a check in the box next to ...


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I found lpquota Perl script from http://perlwatch.net/perl-scripts/, this might be the one you're looking for. Also DK Tools have printqd daemon for enforcing print quotas on LPRng print systems. This is available in http://dktools.sourceforge.net/printqd.html, which doesn't appear to be related.


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There appear to be quite a few things wrong with this "working" printer. Error 41.5 refers to paper feed errors. That also explains why it jams regularly. This page lists some things you can try. You may need to clean and/or replace various parts in the paper path, starting with the feed rollers. The only mention I found for 79.x errors refer to a faulty ...


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Can you try enabling "LPR mode" under Printer properties and check your results?. Go to Devices and Printers > select and right click the printer in subject > choose "Printer Properties" > Port tab > select 'LPR' and click ok. Now, try sending a print out and check your results.


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I found that if you have the Adobe PDF printer or CutePDF Writer you can print it to a PDF file and then printing that PDF file will not add the extra margins.


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You can use a tool like NMAP to perform a port scan of the printer's IP address, to see which ports it is listening for connections on. This will likely give away which protocol it is using, as these will almost certainly be left at the default. For example, port 515 would suggest LPR, and port 9100 would suggest HP JetDirect. To perform the port scan of ...


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The simplest way is to read the type of the printer and search it on internet. If the printer has a display, you may find out its IP address using its system menu.


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In compmgmt.msc, navigate in the left pane to System Tools -> Event Viewer -> Applications and Service Logs -> Microsoft -> Windows -> Print Service -> Operational In the right pane, click "Enable log" This is also where you will look for the log entries. To find just print job completions, look for event ID 307. The "Filter Current Log..." command in the ...


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You can use pdfbooklet. It's a free and open source app. Start the app then file > open yourbook.pdf. Press the Go button.


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Try saving as .dotx which is a Word document template. Maybe that will "unlock" your ability to edit Page Setup. Edit: Also, this question might describe a related issue, so I would suggest you try the solution presented in the accepted answer


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There are quite a few PDF printers available that will emulate a real printer. Try CutePDF Printer. It has always worked for me.


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No, it is not possible for you to save the PDF by using “Save PDF” print option because it is a secured file. But you can try the follow three options, may work for you: If you are able to open the file, then copy all the content of the file and create your own pdf file. Install Foxit Reader and try opening the document and take a print from there. Or, ...


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There are websites that will remove the security from a PDF for you, e.g. http://www.pdfunlock.com/.


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The printable area is defined by the printer, usually is a space where the print head does not reach. Document margins are usually inside this, where the word processor decides to insert carrage returns. Usually you use the latter to allow for binding and use-wear.


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Black and white (monochrome),has only two "colors", black (ink or toner) and white (no ink or toner). It is used for things like text, where you want everything that is a printed character to be black and the background white (unprinted). Grayscale contains shades of grey and is used for reproducing images. In photographic and similar processes, it is a ...


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Ensure, you have enabled 'Printers' option. To check this, narrow down the steps. Windows+R > mstsc > Options > Local Resources tab > check the 'Printers' tick box. This should enable you to use the local resources on the remote machine.


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I am using the Chrome extension: Webpage screenshot. With two click's the complete webpage is converted to jpg or pdf. No need to glue the screenshots together yourself any more. This page looks like this:


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I have partial solution to this, at least the Excel part. Since you know how to do it for a single document do it just once, do ALL of the formatting. Save as "Excel template" and choose folder C:\Users\User\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Excel\XLSTART where instead of "User" you enter the actual user name Once you do that ALL of newly created sheets by this ...


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Before throwing it out the window, it's worth taking a pencil eraser and rubbing off the ink head contacts. Ambient humidity whether you live near the ocean or if your particular printer was mildly defective... can tarnish copper contacts. A pencil eraser rubbed as gently as you'd erase a word off paper can rejuvenate electronic devices from cell phone ...


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On browsers that do not have a feature to disable print stylesheets, such as Safari, you could use a screen-capture extension to render the screen display as an arbitrarily large image. An example of such an extension is Awesome Screenshot, available for Safari, Chrome, and Firefox.


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The reason some of your web pages are printing differently is because they have a print stylesheet. What is a Print Stylesheet? Reference Print stylesheet - the definitive guide A print stylesheet formats a web page so when printed, it automatically prints in a user-friendly format. Print stylesheets have been around for a number of years and have ...


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Check if the printer Setting are different. For example, sending custom fonts as graphics to the printer will slow down printing. Please specify the model of your printer and how it is connected to your computer.



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