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Your best option is to change the settings in the printer. Set the area you wish to print in page layout_print area. Print Preview_Page Setup and choose the Portrait or Landscape mode and fit to pages. You may have to play with how many pages tall to get the print to a readable size on the print. Choose Options at the bottom right on the Page Setup ...


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The post How to change font size in msp240 star tvs printer has the following procedure. The printer model is pretty close to yours. Press the "Menu" button on the device's keypad to access the menu. Press "Menu" again to enter the "Configuration options" page. Press the "Down" button to select "Font Options.&...


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Based on the assumption your printer worked just fine connected to the nighthawk on the old network, I think you have a routing issue. When you connect the nighthawk to the new router (new Lan Network), unless you change the nighthawk settings, it acts as a router and protects all its connected devices within its own Lan network. There should be a setting ...


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I have to disagree with @John. A printserver may not work either. The issue is that most USB-only printers are low-cost host-based printers (GDI or equivalent). These rely on the PC's graphics engine to convert the page into dots on the paper. One problem with this type of printer is that they are hard to network. There are 2 ways to do it: Connect the ...


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I’ve tried several different port configurations on the printer, all unsuccessful. The ISP support said they haven’t seen anyone successfully set this up. I think it’s because the router has username/password enabled printer sharing and I can’t figure out how to set up the windows network printer to use a username/password: Sharing a printer from a computer:...


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Try this convert -density 300 vinted-pdf-1.pdf -fill blue +opaque white,gray image.pdf


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It's because you are using the $PsScriptRoot variable. Try using the following code. if ($MyInvocation.MyCommand.CommandType -eq "ExternalScript"){ $ScriptPath = Split-Path -Parent -Path $MyInvocation.MyCommand.Definition } else { $ScriptPath = Split-Path -Parent -Path ([Environment]::GetCommandLineArgs()[0]) if (!$ScriptPath){ ...


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I worked 6 years for a company in munich and was responsible for the printers. due the rental change, we got some new devices and had the issue that all pages started to be counted as color pages. The Original reason was the logo which was used... it had some rgb elements and therefore the printer printed it like that. so depending on the model and firmware ...


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Unless you know the opposite to be true, it's quite possible that you've used up the colors at a roughly similar speed - we don't know how exact the "10%" figure is, could be anything from 20 to 5%. Btw, printer use subtractive colors and green is mixed from yellow and cyan.


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