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A little old, but just in case someone comes hunting... This is due to one of two things; either your machine is oversupplying toner onto the page, or (more likely) the fuser is not running at the correct temperature, the cause of which is fuser age, incorrect SP settings, or both. I wouldn't replace individual components of the fuser, but if you did feel ...


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I found the following and it worked. Solution **Re:DeskJet 5650/5850 won't print properly on legal paper under windows 7* 05-30-2012 Follow the instructions below. Open Devices and Printer. Click Add a printer. Click Add a local printer From the Use existing port select the USB option, and then click Next. Click on the Windows Update ...


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Check your (advanced) printer settings. Depending on the model and drivers, you might be able to simply tick a checkbox or use a dropdown field to enable the binding margin on either side. E.g. for my HP Officejet printer there are two related settings: One allowing you to enable double-sided printing, the other to pick the margin's position (left or ...


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I can answer my own question The problem was that we use Microsoft DNS and you've got to be careful when making dns-sd TXT records. They are typically reported in the following format 1800 IN TXT "txtvers=1" "qtotl=1" "URF=none" "product=(Generic PostScript Printer)" "ty=Generic PostScript Printer" "note=Jason Test" "transparent=t " "copies=t " "duplex=t " ...


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You might like to use this Dysprosium software that creates "multi-up", that is 2-up, 3-up, matrix of m x n -up, in different configuration. It is free and cross platform.


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I had the same demand today and I discovered a functional way to solve this. Firstly, insert the scanned image into your document. I suggest to put it in header, to stay separated from the content (only for control). Config the image to stay "under the text" (I don't know the correct name in english), so you can carry it without changing your content ...


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Most probably you've activated the option print field codes instead of their values. I assume this option is checked for you


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Thank you to both the OP and the Responder! I have just encountered the same issue in that I was attempting to print coupons using software that only allows for one-time printing, and apparently my printer is protesting my recent move by refusing to work. (Some may not be aware of the considerable amount of time and effort it takes to select coupons from ...


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I have the same printer (attached via Network [RJ45]) and the generic driver suggested by Ubuntu 12.04 (64 Bit) does its job. It prints single and double sided on demand – although I did not test the effect of different level of toner (like "fast draft" or "best quality"). See here what I mean with generic suggested driver (mind that I am using Ubuntu): ...


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You can do this by assigning different Sheet Styles to the respective sheet. To create a sheet style with landscape orientation: Hit F11 to open the "Styles and Formatting" window (it may be already visible and docked); Switch from "Cell Style" to "Sheet Styles"; Right-click and select "New" (there's only this option); In the new Sheet Style ...


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It is the Windows driver that inserts the page break. If the document is just a text file, try sending it from a DOS prompt instead of printing it via the Windows driver, i.e.. copy path/filename LPT1: Another possibility is to use the Generic/Text Only driver and set it to "Cont. Feed - No Break" under Device Settings, as shown here.


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Is your printer driver sending the fonts to the printer? Make sure your printer driver is correctly configured. It looks like the system is sending PCL or PostScript data to the printer and is failing to send the required fonts to render the document correctly. It's also possible the printer is set up to use only its onboard fonts, and therefore is refusing ...


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Found the answer. There's a Notepad++ plugin called Print all. Just go to Plugins -> Plugin Manager -> Show Plugin Manager, then click on Available, then go down to Print all, check it, and install it. Works like a charm.


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I tried it on odroid arm board with USBIP module. This required client side install printer sever. Your solution doesn't seem to work as there's no printer driver for arm. Of course if your printer support IPP, you don't need to connect to any ARM board in the first place.


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What you may try out is defining a custom paper size in the print dialog. With the according setting of the placement of the page, you should then be able to get what you want.


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It turned out that the paper was too thick for the printer. I think I misinterpreted the web site. While at first glance it looked like the paper was compatible with all their printers, they only list the photo printers as actually compatible. A slightly thinner/lighter paper printed OK.


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lpoptions may not actually do what you want in this case. If it doesn't work, try using lpadmin instead: (example is for a Konica Minolta bizhub, forcing simplex) lpadmin -p <printername> -o "KMDuplex=Single" I had to use lpadmin to get the setting to stick and be reflected in the printing GUI.


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Money, hardware price, attractiveness. The heads of printers (you'll need one for each color) aren't that cheap. Based on the printer design those are either part of the cartridge itself or separated (and connected to the ink cartridge through a thin pipe). While I haven't looked up your printer, I assume it's having separated heads, since otherwise you ...



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