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Only headlines of document prints and no black text

When I attempt to print a document, print preview will display the entire document but only the headline prints and no black text.  I first noticed the problem when trying to print postage online.

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  • mglane Dec 31, 2008

    The whole document shows on the preview but some black text will not print.

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First try to nozzle check your printer. For most cases this works best.

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