Thank you for taking my question: HP laserjet print using Vista
I can only print to the sizes in the list of my HP laserJet 3600.
Custom sizes do not print in correct location on paper, and pic is cut in half.
HP help told me Microsoft does not support custom print sizes for the HP laserjet 3600,
I just bought this printer, brand new, from HP
Thank you for any help you can give me.
PS, by a lot of calculations for each custom size I can put it a larger-size paper, custom list the size I want minus 2 inches length and make the paper 4 inches longer then cut it out.
There has to be a better way.
Kindest hopeful regards
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1. In XP classic view, Right-click on Start, Settings, Printers & Faxes 2. In the Printers & Faxes window, click on File, Server Properties 3. With the Forms tab selected, check the Create a New Form box 4. Enter a name for the new form in the Form name: field 5. Enter values for the paper size and margins 6. Click the Save Form button
That's it - the new custom paper size should now appear in your print dialogs. hth.
First, you need to try update the latest microsoft office patch file from microsoft or you can open the MS Word, go to "HELP" menu select the update MS Word or related. Try the latest patch file first. You also can try windows update and select custom update, see their list have this problem solution or not.
Second, you need to go to HP website download latest driver for LJ1020 and suitable use on Vista.
Lastly, if still not solve the problem, you need this problem/issue to microsoft, ask their solutions.