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Does it happen from every word-document? This is a postscript error. It can be in your document (you can test it by making an other document in word and print it. If it comes out properly, than you have to look for components like photo's, pictures, graphs in your document that causes the problem.
It can also be a problem of your driver. In that case you need to uninstall and re-install your printer again.
It can also be a memory problem of your printer. Please turn off your printer, wait a while, than turn it on again and see if it is still the same problem.
IF you want to print the Word document from thumb drive using OJ Pro L7590, IT will not recognise the format of File.
If you can convert the File as Picture file, you will be able to print this printer has OCR facility ( Optical Character Reade ) but it is Driver built and has to be used from the Software not from the Printer
The printer Pictbridge ( USB Port) to detect the Thumb drive will be able to show you pictures and let them print, however printing any RTF/TIFF/Text document, you may not be able to do so.
Check to make sure that there is nothing preventing the page from being pulled into the printer. Overlapping words is often caused by the paper feed not moving quickly enough, subsequently causing words to overlap and not span the entire page. If that doesn't work, let me know and we'll troubleshoot further.
It sounds like something causing the print head to **** e.g. lack of lubrication on the track, missing teeth form the drive belt etc. Use MS Word (or something) to draw a black, magenta, cyan and yellow square, then drag the four squares so they completely overlap. Then lift up the printer top cover and print it. Watch the print head and see if you can identify the cause of the misalignment. Let me know what happens, or if you don't quite understand what I'm asking, come back at me.
The pages you scan in are each individual "pictures" which are very different than the text in the everyday word processing file. What you can do is to make a new word processing document and insert each of the scanned pictures into this new document in order. This will allow you to print all the pages in one job by printing the word processing document. As far as I know there is no way to scan all of the pages into one single file.
I have a HP Deskjet 1300n printer. I can print my email, pictures and
items off the internet, but cannot print any word documents or notepad
documents. When I print an excel document, I get an incomplete page-the
grid lines will print,and text garbage from a adobe program but not all the text. When I do a test print
page, I get an incomplete text page, but do not know how to solve this.
I have removed and reloaded the printer software-no improvement. There
are no new drivers to be installed.