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Re: need help in printing e-mails
It appears that the file is being printed to FILE and not directed to print on your printer. Go to PRINTERS in the CONTROL PANEL and click on your printer and then right click on your printer and in the drop down list click on SET AS DEFAULT. It then should work properly. Bud
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That's probably a setting in your email client. In Thunderbird, e.g., you click File, Page Setup, and select "Print Background (Colors and images)" to get images to print. Outlook, Mail, etc., should have a similar setting.
Open the saved document then click file print. Then when the print page comes up on your screen set the printer to print to as Microsoft Document Writer. Which is a virtual printer. Then click print, save the file on your computer either my Documents or on the Desktop. Click print.
It will then print your document to a file.
This file can then be attached to an e-mail.
Let me know how it goes!
Instead of printing directly from within the email, you might try saving the email (either under "save" or "export" in the menu) as a PDF file and then printing from that file instead. Sometimes this fixes the issue.
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if you wan to print an email . go to the actually web page ...and try from there ...do not try to print from outlook cause it has an encoding that might not be read by the printer ...specially for attachments ... if you wan t to print an attach ment ..save it in the computer first ... if you want the whole page ...print it from the website of the email service ...and use file(left -top) and print ...for yahoo for example you can print from the page directly by using the print job on the right corner of your email ...Im sure that for about any email service there is a thing like this ... in sort ...usually is best to save any file that ya want to print into the computer before..
Hi, Please find the work around steps to resolve duplex printing issue in Windows Vista. Please the send the *.gpd files to the cu via mail before doing the steps. Duplexer Printing for Windows Vista Troubleshooting steps 1.start-all programs- accessories ? cmd -right click-run as administrator 2.Stop the Spooler service - Type net stop spooler 3.Change current directory Type cd windows\system32\spool\drivers\w32x86\3 4.Backup the old gpd files - Type copy hp*.gpd *.bak 5.sent the zipped file to customers email address through astro and then download the file to customers desktop 6.extracted the files from the zipped folder and then pasted those files to windows\system32\spool\drivers\w32x86\3 7.Remove old BUD file Type - del HP*.bud file 8.Restart to spooler service - Type net start spooler 9.checked under printing preferences if the both sided printing is selected as automatic and then tried printing a two page document 10.checked whether its printing or not. 11.) Start-Control Panel- Printer & Faxes- Right Click On the printer -Properties-Device settings-Disable the manual Duplex printing-Click on Installed Two sided printing-click on apply & ok. 12) Then Go to Right Click on the Printer-Printing preferences-Paper quality-Select Two Sided Printing from the top drop down list where its showing What do you want to do? 13) From Print on both sides-Select Automatically from the drop down list. 14) Try to print on both side check whether its working or not.
In printing web pages and email please try to check also the print setting before you print the page cause word document files and web pages are not the same in there printing setting. Web pages and emails has different setting so my recommendation is that when you print email and webpages next time then please check the printer settings then modify it the same settings as you wish or as your word document's output. Thanks
As you mentioned, printer works fine normally however the issue is only while printing emails.. so I would like to know the email program that is in use .. I mean, do you use Outlook, Outlook Express or webmail or Lotus notes etc..
If this is a repeated question then I would like to apologies as we experts are not allowed to peep into other experts' solutions so I cannot see the responses by the previous expert.
Also please let me know the following printer settings ..
AUTO WRAP, RIGHT MARGIN, LEFT MARGIN,
What happens when you copy the email text to a standard text editor like Notepad or Ms Word and then try printing .. does it still print with right margin extended?
Problem---Printer prints email on the very edge of the paper and leaves off the first 3 letters of every word down the edge of that margin. If you have Windows Live Mail forget trying to fix it from there. Clicking File will not give you the page setup option you are looking for. Go to the bottom of the screen, click "all programs", look for and click "Internet Explorer", click File, click "page setup". A screen comes up in which you can change the margins. The left margin is probably set on .25. Change it to .75. Okay. Go back and run a test email.