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Will not print from Yellow Pages directions hp deskjetf340 all in one will not print yellow page directions works fine on anything else

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It should go without saying that the first thing to try is using the printer on another computer, being sure that you use the same software and updates that you are using.

I have seen similar problems with other printer/OS/Web page combos. Usually the best is to bypass the problem with a screen copy and then print the clip board.
Obviously this is not going to be usable if you print from the yellow pages often, is so try a different browser. If the problem seems to be only in the printer/printer software....
Try removing the printer and software. Then try to install just the printer driver (often available from the mfg. site) without the other stuff.

Posted on Oct 03, 2008

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