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An entirely different approach to get selected pages printed exists in Office, LibreOffice and most likely any other variant of these. CTRL+P opens the Print dialog. Find the "(o) Pages" radio button, click it, then type the page numbers in the box beside it; as in: -2, 5-10, 17, 18, 20- or similar. By that you do not need to include special macros, and ...


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Have you tried browsing to the printer in the en.lproj folder when you install it? Also, as it is a PostSCript printer, all you really need is the PPD file. This is a text file, so you can get one from any driver, OS10, Windows or Linux. Just install it in the lproj folder and browse to it during installation.


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You have to create something yourself using either VBA or creating an addin. Outlook does not provide easy access to the other fields in the UI but they are accessible from the object model.


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The easiest and fastest way to do this is to create a Microsoft Word document and use the Mail Merge feature to read your Excel spreadsheet. It took me about three minutes to create a template file that would meet your needs. Every student ends up on an individual page and you can print all of the reports at once. In addition, you never have to change the ...


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Please try uninstalling and then reinstalling Google Chrome, also remember to clean up cookies, history etc... BEFORE you uninstall, if you need more information on how to do this, ask in comments I don't want to type a bunch if you already know how to do this


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I got bored and buy a switch and 3 Ethernet wires, now I'm able to print & scan faster than ever without any disturbance. Long life to the wire.


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I doubt problem is with printer os server PC (\\PC1\Samsung). Check PC2 for corresponding settings, make sure print queue is empty after printing. If it's not, make sure "Keep printed documents" is unchecked (both on client and server). make sure print queue directory is empty (c:\Windows\System32\spool\PRINTERS on PC1 and a subdir of ...


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Right click on the printer and rather than opening last item from the context menu(Properties), select "Printer Properties". That will show you the Configuration tab where you can click Accounting button.


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I intend to expand this into a proper answer when I have time, but here is the solution I found, in case anyone needs it in the meantime. The idea is to use Ghostscript with the -c option to modify the PDF file using custom PostScript. Firstly, you need to know the height and width of the original PDF in Points (there are 72 Points in an inch). You could ...


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You could use an amazing Excel function very few people no about. Don't know why it's been kept such a secret but it's a very nifty feature! Excel Camera Tool To use the Camera tool, you need to customise your toolbars. In Excel 2007, this looks something like this (image from Chandoo): In Excel 2010 you can add it to your Quick Access Toolbar: ...


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without external tools: @echo off if "%~1" equ "" ( echo usage: echo %~n0 file.chm exit /b 1 ) if "%~x1" neq ".chm" ( echo you need a file with .chm etension exit /b 2 ) start "" /b /wait hh -decompile ~~ %~sf1 ::w32tm /stripchart /computer:localhost /period:1 /dataonly /samples:8 >nul 2>&1 for /r "~~" %%h in (*.htm) ...


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If you are sure your network is perfectly ok and the printer is connected as supposed, it could be an issue with your snmp probe. Go to "devices and printers" Right click on your printer and select "printer priperties" Click on the "port" tab Your currently connected port is displayed amongst other available ports... Just click on configure port. Uncheck ...


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First make sure they are both are on the same network. If they are on the same network, take your computer and printer and plug the printer in your computer through usb. Doesn't always work but sometimes it oddly does. If all fails you have to reinstall the printer on the computer. Make sure you Uninstall the printer driver first before trying to install. ...


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There is no such thing as a generic text printer on OSX. OSX internally treats EVERY printer as postscript at the OS level. Then converts the postscript output to whatever language the printer needs (ZPLII in your case). So the Remote Desktop APP sees a "postscript" printer on OSX and communicates that to your Windows server. (Windows usually sees it as a ...


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I've found the solution in Firefox: using the addon you may "Save HTML with Purge...". That's what I was looking for.


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I think you should read 2-62 and 2-63 of the manual as these seem to be specific for your printer. However, read this page of the manual and onwards as there is a lot of information which is similar to your issue!


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I've noticed that people that don't do much web font stuff don't quite understand the difference between OpenType fonts and TrueType fonts. I'll try to break this down so that it's as easy to understand as possible. So, without going into too much detail, here is the breakdown between OpenType (OT) fonts and TrueType (TT) fonts. Let's start with TT fonts. ...


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Open your printing preferences and find the setting "Render fonts as bitmaps". Not all printers can succesfully print foreign fonts, and have this option instead. It will cause prints to go slower though as it will render all text to an image before printing it.


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This function depends on the printer and driver capabilities. For most printers this setting is changed via the Printer Properties. When you choose this option you can select Advanced... to open Advanced Options. Under Document Options you can adjust the Pages per Sheet Layout: to your liking.


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Not long after posting my question have I found the answer myself. As mentioned in the question, workarounds are acceptable, plus I already have PDFCreator. All you need in addition is Adobe Reader (I've got version 11), which has a Print Dialog that gives a "Page Order" option for exactly this. First, you should print from Word to PDFCreator with a simple ...


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As far as I know Uniguest supports PDF. Office and many other programs like Chrome for example can save as/export to PDF. For others that don't have this option you can install a PDF printer such as this or this. Edit: To turn on XPS support in Windows 7: In the Start Menu search box type "windows features" and select Turn Windows features on or off. ...


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Issue resolved. Updated printer drive to latest version.


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I have solved the problem by creating a TCP/IP port. Although the steps in the question do work on a generic system, our LAN has group policies preventing named access to a printer in the way specified. An alternative way which does work, as the commenter "Louis" said, is to use a TCP/IP port. So the correct steps are: Select "Create a New Port" and ...


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Open the Document Properties in Adobe Acrobat (Ctrl+D) and make sure that no toolbars or window controls are hidden in the tab Initial View.


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So finally found something which works - not the most elegant solution but it works. Link Create a new text style (In this example it is called "Hidden") and use this text style for any items you want to hide. Then use this code; Private Sub CommandButton1_Click() With ActiveWindow.View .ShowHiddenText = False .ShowAll = False End With ...



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