Sending print job from pc to IR5000 prints with missing letters
After sending a document to the copier via the network it prints out with some of the letters or words missing. There is no rhyme or reason as to which letters or words it skips printing. It happens mostly with documents coming from MS Word 2003, but not exclusively and its intermittent. Often if you print a document once and it prints with missing letter or words, you can go back and immediately print it again it will print perfect the second time....Please help!
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I doubt it's the copier, sounds more like a application or board problem, my first suggestion would be to re-install the driver. the other would be to target the hard drive or memory/ mother board of the network of the copier
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The iPad requires some sort of word processing software to write letters, just like any computer does. Search the App Store for "Word Processor" or "Word Processing" and see what comes up. Apple sells a word processing program called Pages for $9.99 that can type letters, and they can be connected via iCloud to any computer so you can print them off. There is also Google Docs, which is free, but I have never used it. It looks like it would work nicely too.
You cannot print letters from your iPad without an AirPrint capable printer, but maybe you can find an app that will allow you to send documents to your printer over WiFi, it depends on the printer model
well if you really needed a pdf printing concern, you may add an option which is Multi Page Description Language Controller Module. the post script printing language will be activated and you won't have to wait for the computer to process the pdf document on a gdi format (microsoft). what's more is that your mac computer can also directly print to the dp-8045.
use the generic print driver in mac and tune it with this tutorial also set the press printer on the copier and set emulation to kpdl auto... also see if you can make the driver spool...
if that doesn't work... then try moving a zipped 10 mb file from one pc to another on your network... make sure one pc or laptop is connected where your copier is... if you open the zipped file and its corrupted... then the problem isn't your copier... its your network...
Problem isn't "solved", but have realized that the issue is related to the fact that the document I am trying to print is formatted for envelopes. When I print a regular word document (letter) it prints fine to the Bypass tray. It must have something to do with the fact that the document is 1000 envelopes. If I print to a PDF file, then print the document to the Bypass Tray I don't seem to have a problem.
hi, i would like to know if you have an HP officejet 6300 fax icon???if you have try to print the document using the fax icon DO NOT used the normal HP officejet series icon.if you did used the fax icon it will display the FAX dialog box,input the necessary information needed.just follow the window..
i believe you can now send the fax..