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The printer may be runnung out of ink or requires alligment adjustments to fit into the printing paper. select portrait or landscape printign formats to fit pictures. esle, attempt to print small size pictures instead.
If you print to an IS networked printer the printer will automatically print on both sides of the paper (duplex). This saves paper but, because it is print toner which is the largest part of the cost, charges are the same as printing on two sheets of paper.
If you wish to print duplex to another printer (NB not all printers support duplex printing) you must:
After a great deal of frustration and trying every permutation possible I succeeded amid an ever rising mountain of paper! . . .and find that I have to totally ignore the "Booklet printing" option . . . but ask it to print landscape; 1 page per sheet; flip on short edge.
Now I need to do the same to crack the sytem for the Cannon Pixma IP4000 inkjet.
Thank you for your consideration.
The HP All-In-One printers have a PREFERENCES/PROPERTIES option called "Pages Per Sheet"
that controls this behavior. If it was changed by someone, you can set
the default by right-clicking on the printer from the PRINTERS window
and selecting PROPERTIES. Then click on PRINTING PROPERTIES from the
GENERAL tab and set "Pages Per Sheet" to 1.
I noticed that when I restart Windows, I can print one sheet fine, the second sheet prints only half. Restart again, and I can print one more sheet. My local Canon helpdesk proves as unhelpful as all helpdesks these days.