I am using the P2015DN on a network with a iMac Intel 10.5 Leopard.
When I print the pages appear to shift left and cut off the text on the left side. In print preview everything appears fine.
Saving files as pdf's did not help either.
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Re: P2015DN Left side of image cut off
If this is a HP LaserJet P2015dn Printer try the 24 hour # listed below. I've spent countless hours trying to install solve printer problems by going on line but I eventually solve the problem when I break down and call the 24 HOUR NUMBER!
HP and Compaq products 800-HP invent or 800-474-6836 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for most products U.S.: English and Spanish for most products Be prepared to provide the following information: Serial Number (S/N), product name, model number HP TouchSmart PC products 866-408-5408 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. U.S.: English and Spanish. Compaq Presario PC products 800-OK Compaq or 800-652-6672 24 hours a day, 7 days a week U.S.: English and Spanish. Customers using TTY 877-656-7058 6:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. PT Mon. – Fri. excluding holidays
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Use this method to print screen. Press and hold down the Alt key and the press the PrtSc key, this places the screen image into the Clipboard. . Open a blank Word document and then Click on Edit - Paste. The image is then places onto this page, you can up the image by holding down the Shift key and then place the cursor on the bottom corner of the image, then press the left mouse button and drag it down to the right, release the mouse button when you have d the image to your requirements. NOTE - Holding down the Shift button will maintain the image in the correct proportion. You can now print this image document and or add text before printing.
Open the network panel in the system preferences.. Check the list order on the left of the window... you can drag them to the order you want Internet connection window is for a modem... if you're using dsl or cable, you can delete modem from your list by highlighting the modem on the list and clicking on the minus sign at the bottom of the list...
Found a solution. We connected 8008 printer to imac running Tiger & we can now print via network on any of our emacs running Leopard. Not ideal but at least we can now use the printers. I would still love a dedicated driver to work direct but I suppose this will do for now.
In the setup of the Airport network settings, you have to make sure that AppleTalk is actually turned on (or the box is checked). When using Mac's with Leopard and you use both the ethernet port and airport off and on, the OS tends to deactivate AppleTalk. Its not a set thing, just random.
I managed to solve this problem by, probably, doing what I should've done in the first place: Deleting the printer from the print queue and starting again from scratch.
I read the following instructions from a message from Epson and it pointed me in the right direction. It sounds obvious now, but when you think you've tried everything and you've started to pull your hair out, you can overlook what is staring you in the face.
Message from Epson: If your output is faint or if the driver settings and/or features are missing, your system may have automatically added the printer using the Gutenprint driver. Many Epson drivers are provided with Leopard but the driver for your printer needs to be downloaded from the Epson website.
Determine Which Driver is Currently Being Used 1. Click on the Apple icon in the upper left corner of the Finder and open System Preferences. 2. In the System Preferences window, click on Print & Fax. 3. In the list of printers on the left side of the Print & Fax window, click once on your Epson printer to select it. 4. Check the name of the driver being used; it is displayed in the center of the Print & Fax window next to “Kind”. 5. If the driver name displayed next to “Kind” is Gutenprint, the incorrect driver is being used. Follow the steps in the next section to select the correct driver.
Selecting the Correct Driver 1. Turn off the printer. 2. Delete the print queue and remove the printer from Print & Fax by clicking on the minus button under the list of printers. Click OK to confirm the removal. 3. Go to the Epson support website (www.epson.com/support). 4. Select your product model and download the driver for OS X 10.5 Leopard operating system. 5. Double-click the downloaded file and follow the on-screen instructions to install the printer driver. 6. Click on the Apple icon in the upper left corner of the Finder and open System Preferences. The message ended there. If anyone out there is having a similar problem to me, then I hope this thread helps. All the best. logan