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The way I've added network printers before is to navigate in Explorer to the hostname or IP address of the printer. \\printer-name.domain.com\ or \\192.168.5.112\ as the case may be. For me anyways, it then shows a printer device being shared. You right-click it and select "Connect to this printer" and allow it to install the drivers.


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What is the hpps program? HPPS is the HPLIP PostScript Finishing Filter. How do I install it? Full installation instructions can be found at Manual Build and Install Instructions for CentOS HP Linux imaging and printing Technical Overview The Hewlett-Packard Linux Imaging and Printing project (HPLIP) provides a unified solution to print, ...


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Try out 'yum install cups'. I have to use this application often since my family periodically updates the latest version of Linux Mint and any printer configuration files are erased. After you have 'cups' fully installed, go into a browser and put 'localhost:631' into the URL bar. This is where you can configure your printers from on most *nix machines. ...


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Edit a copy of your print-job.test file and save it as senloe---print-job.test. Your edit should replace the variables in the following two lines with hard-coded values: ATTR mimeMediaType document-format $filetype FILE $filename Replace them, for example with: ATTR mimeMediaType document-format text/plain FILE senloe---print-job.test This should send ...


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If the problem is down to the fact that the GUI requires a login to resume the printer then another solution is to allow printer resume via the GUI without a login. To do so shutdown cups and edit this line sudo vi /etc/cups/cupsd.conf: <Limit Pause-Printer Resume-Printer Enable-Printer Disable-Printer Pause-Printer-After-Current-Job Hold-New-Jobs ...


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Restart the Print Spooler service from services.msc. Delete any print jobs in C:\Windows\System32\Spool\PRINTERS You can also delete local printers from HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Print\Printers


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In the More Settings there should be an Output options section. Under you should see Color mode. I get a Monochrome setting. This is printer specific so if you are trying to print to XPS or PDF, it will not have this option. Edit: If you do not see these settings, it is most likely a printer driver issue. I would wait to see if the manufacturers update ...


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SOLVED the issue to be able to connect to the printer from other devices. Printer is still not visible on the routers DHCP Client list. I could resolve it. When I searched for printer, I could not find one. Then I opted for connecting to the printer using TCP/IP. I provided the reserved IP and could connect to the printer. It is working fine for me now.


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I'm a bit amazed at the way that this problem continues to perplex, or at least annoy. I assumed there'd be some easy fix, but of the options above I found printing to a PDF file, then printing from that the easiest. Then it occurred to me to use Libreoffice, and there's no problem. It just prints the pages as one print job with the same settings for all. ...


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I had the same problem with Excel 2010. If I printed directly from Excel the borders would not print. I had to save to pdf as a work-around. I tested every suggestion I found in the forums to no avail, then I tried disabling a recent Excel add-in that Adobe pushed out that allows you to save as Adobe pdf from the print menu in Excel. Once I disabled the ...


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You might like to test applicability of this software, Dysprosium (Dolce Edition 2015), for that goal. Click on Split tab. Brows to your PDF file. Then select "Separate Into" radio-button. By clicking on "Portrait" software cut the PDF page into two pages from the middle. The result of an A3 page in portrait will be two A4 pages in landscape. This ...


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You did not indicate which PDF reader you are using, so I will assume Adobe. If the printer is setup to use the proper paper, then you should be able to select Actual size in the print window. Check the other properties to ensure it is using the correct paper size loaded in the printer. You can Create Print Presets by opening the file, go to File > ...


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I built something like this specifically for Gmail called Duffel. One of our users linked me here, so I thought I'd mention it


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I have the same printer, which is working most of the time with linux (Debian Wheezy and Jessie) clients. The Konica Minolta website offers 2 PPD files for download, and I am using the other one (not the OpenOffice, but the UX version). This might solve your problem. Another cause could be the way the printer is configured: I use ...


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Labels are usually a lot thicker and heavier than bond paper. That means the printer will need to apply more heat to fuse the toner properly. To accommodate this, most printers let you select different paper types. The CLP-415NW data sheet lists the following paper types: Plain, Thin, Thick, Cardstock, Hole Punched, Transparency, Preprinted, Letterhead, ...


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Most likely a driver issue. Open print management and delete the printer itself, the drivers, and the network port and try reinstalling again using the drivers from the lexmark website. If you still have issues i have had some luck by unchecking bidirectional support in the ports tab or unchecking "enable advanced printing features" in the advanced tab.


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Thank you for all the details you have included in regards to the problem you are experiencing. I have had some talks with our developers in regards to this error and what we would like is if you could go to the same log as before and click on the details field then take a screenshot of everything in there. This will allow for further research from our ...


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Too stupid. The basic problem was, that the default page size was letter, and that LO refuses to print to A4 (as selected by all instances of printer property options I could find - within WIN printer defaults, LO, ...) - UNLESS LO was told to actually use the selectd paper size: Printer -> Options -> USE ONLY PAPER SIZE FROM PRINTER PREFERENCES! ...


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You will have to create a new port with the printer settings, but make sure the port name is different. If the port names are the same it will group them, changing the port name will solve your issue. Add the port names in advance of adding the printer - don't use the port name suggested by Windows. Add a second port by going into the print server ...


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I had the same problem where I had created some small cells with a surround border for the purpose of entering a check mark if a condition applied. The complete cell border would be visible and would print prior to anything being in the cell but when I entered a check mark the left side of the border would disappear. What solved the problem was to change ...


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First, the "Low" folder is needed as a temporary working folder for the HTML pages being generated and printed from IE. Start by bringing up a command prompt (run -> cmd), making sure you DO NOT run with elevated permissions (otherwise it will do this for your local admin account, which won’t help you). At the command prompt, run the following ...


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I tried everything above and none of it worked. Here's what worked from Word 2010. I don't know which steps were required, but it worked for me. Save As Tools Compress Options Uncheck automatically compress images. Apply OK Save As as Word 2003 .xml Right click on image: Convert Convert image to Word Image Save As again as above but Save As PDF.


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In my Windows days, I had to do a lot of printing with format translation (multiple pages to one, booklets, organizer pages, etc.). I used a commercial product called Clickbook. It runs about $50 (although there's a free trial if you have just a single task), so you would have to decide if it's worth the investment. It works somewhat like a printer driver ...


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One way to accomplish this is to use Acrobat to crop the pages. You would open the page boxes tool, and crop as you wish. You have the option to apply the cropping to odd or even pages. In the next step, you print, and in the print dialog, you have the option to print multiple pages per sheet. Printing multiple copies per sheet option is also available in ...


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Try using the FireShot Chrome Extension. It allows you to save the whole page or the visible part of a page to a PDF or a image.


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If you are using Chrome, try: Full Page Screen Capture If Firefox: FireShot Web App: web-capture.net


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I had the same problem, and I solved it by configuring the document/page size in the printer page setup. My page size is: letter (8.5" x 11") My margins are all: 1" I had changed my header and footer to 0", which I thought would solve it. But still it prints with an additional white space above. I checked printer settings, and saw paper size wass set to ...


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Assuming that the form has a footer with 'dept 1' in it, I think that you could write a macro that offers the user a print button and then: Prints the form Edits the footer to read 'dept 2' and prints again Edits the footer for 'dept 3' and prints again Resets the footer back to 'dept 1' in case they want to print three copies again.


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Use the "Mail Merge" feature. In the Mail Merge wizard, select "Type a new list" and for each "Department" create a new entry. In your footer, add your "Department Name" merge field.


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LibreOffice 5.0.0.5 is released 8/5/2015 upgrade and see if the problem persists.


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https://tools.google.com/dlpage/cloudprintdriver is what is needed to add the cloud print printer as a local printer.


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There are multiple solutions for remote printing: Remote Desktop - you control one of your home computers from outside your network. Solutions include Windows Remote Desktop (RDP), LogMeIn etc. This has the benefit that you have access to all the tools that you use from your office - because you are actually controlling the computer you normally use in ...


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http://www.google.com/landing/cloudprint/index.html Google cloud print might work. I think it mainly works in chrome only although I am not sure seeing as I have never needed it.



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