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Lining the printing up perfectly will prove to be impossible. It all depends on the paper transport in the printers, which never happens twice in exactly the same way - neither on the laser, nor on the inkjet. From the scanned image I can only guess how far the gold layer is shifted. If it's only 2 mm or so then it is probably within the specs of the printer....


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The M1120 is a GDI (host-based) printer, which depends on the PC's (or Mac's) graphics engine to convert the page into dots on the paper. These printers are notoriously hard to network. To successfully network them from a PC you either Share them from a PC or Use a printserver that is specifically compatible with your printer. The website you linked ...


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There are several eco green printing options that you can use in Print&Share: Method 1 is using automatic page selection: create a new profile go to the channel configuration click "Page selection" condition select: "coverage requirement" configure as you want (e.g. remove pages with too much white space). Another option is to manually deselect ...


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You can create a profile that merges every time two documents. Create a new profile in Print&Share Set the output to "Documents are combined into one transmission Set the auto send&close options to "Number of jobs in queue >= 2" Optionally: to automatically select that profile you can configure profile recognition: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=...


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download this software and just enable toggling for the channels (or create two profiles). Configure your channels for your tray to use. (takes about 30seconds to configure ;-) ) toggle demo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sWtidsxpzZY )


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Can't you just install this virtual printer and create a profile to toggle printers (or just create 3 profiles)? Each channel can have its own configuration. You can even automatically select the correct profile based on the content of the document (see: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nvTly9qXQMI ). toggle example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=...


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Install a virtual printer. Create a profile to toggle or just create two profiles. Depends on what you like the most: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sWtidsxpzZY :-)


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That is a similar configuration I have here. Ignore the header and footers in Word and create it in Print&Share. Create a new profile, go to the Get More Editor and insert your own images, text or whatever you want to have. Specify per object that you add if it should be on every page or only the even/odd pages. If you insert blank pages in Print&...


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Drivers/printers can be difficult to remove, especially when you are accessing a computer via remotely. What I do is open the command prompt with elevated privileges, and run printui /s /t2 That will open the print server properties. I chose the printer I need to remove, but before I click remove driver, I open services. and prepare to restart print spooler....


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SOLUTION: Windows 10, set ScanToPCActivationApp task to Window 7 compatible. Issue: With Windows 10 and HP Printer – “Scan to computer is no longer activated” error message?: To Solve: In Windows 10: Open Task Manager, go to Startup tab, scroll down to "ScanToPCActivationApp”, expand by double clicking on "ScanToPCActivationApp” or click expansion ...


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I know I'm waaaay too late, but somebody looking for a solution might find this useful. Based on @terdon's answer, I have created a BASH script that does the job: https://github.com/eljuanchosf/source-code-to-pdf


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Clear and reset the print area and borders. The borders should now print.


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I could see cell borders in the preview but they did not print. After trying most of the ideas that were suggested, I installed LibreOffice (free, quick, download), opened the spreadsheet, and printed it with no problem.


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I don't know if it is a must, but I would suggest you to use Word's Mail Merge functionality for this. Excel does not seem to be the best place to handle this type op printing operations. You can take look at Microsoft site: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/294683


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You can write 1 in A1, go to A5000 and write 1, go to A1 and Ctrl + C to copy, move to A2 press Ctrl+Shift+End then Enter it will copy 1 to all A2:A5000 now write 2 in A2 and select A1 and A2 put the pointer at the right down corner of A2 and double click it will fill the column 1, 2, 3...5000. To change it to Row select it, copy and paste special in B1 ...


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If you want to have a logo above each number you may want to consider using a single number per page and put the logo in the page header. Most printers can print 2, 4 or 8 pages on one sheet of paper. Create a list of 5000 numbers with the Fill command. Size the Excel cells to fit one A4 page by using an absurdly big font size, add a header with the logo, ...


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Go by the Line Number, on Screen. I find 64 lines (in Total) can print on an A4 paper. The Line Numbers, on screen, correspond to Line Numbers on A4 paper.


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For connecting the printers, the server doesn't care - as long as it can reliably connect to the printer, it will try to share it out! My personal suggestion would be to use network-based printers, as you can place them anywhere you can run Category 5/5e/6 cabling. When you add the printer driver to the server, do not run the auto-launching setup program ...


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If anyone else is also looking for an answer: I now tried to do it with podofoimpose (which is a part of the podofo-tools). My plan is: inch = 72 mm = inch / 25.4 smallWidth = 99 * mm largeWidth = 101.5 * mm PageHeight = 215.5 * mm PageWidth = 302 * mm if(PageCount == 6) then i = 1 newPage = 1 while newPage <= 2 do x = 0 ...


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Thanks very much for the suggestion! I was able to find a working solution to this after a bit of digging on the Xerox forums. Here it is: SOLUTION----> This works if you are having issues adding a Phaser 6180 (as well as the 6280 and I'm sure other models are affected by this bug too) with Windows 7 and greater over a LAN. From a Xerox support engineer: ...


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As mentioned in the comments by @Xavierjazz, some printers do not support printing to the edge, probably like those low-budget ink-jet printers since I had one of them with the same issue, but that was in the days of Word XP. :) However, try this to estimate if the problem is in the hardware or the software (I believe there are things that one of them ...


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Depends on the driver. Some drivers provide feature named "Watermarking". It is possible to extend the windows driver to bring this feature but it requires some coding. If Your driver uses PPD or SPD it is possible to define the header in these files and make the driver to embed the PostScript code into every page.


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I just had this issue and I saved the document, exited Excel and re-opened and then tried adding the border and it worked. Our network settings don't allow us to disable the Adobe Add-in so I hope I don't continue to have this issue everytime.


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I have the same issue. The problem is not that the spooler is not running, it is, but it needs to be restarted in order to connect to the printers. I have some threads that suggest that the Windows\system32\spool\PRINTERS folder has some files in it. I did verify that was the case on one computer. When I deleted the files and restarted the spooler, all ...



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