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You can set the option to print in Draft mode while in Word. Follow the steps below and see if it works for you.
1. Go to the MS Office button in Word at the top left of the screen.
2. Then click on Word Options button located to the bottom right of the Office Menu.
3. Select the Advanced Options at the left of the screen.
4. Scroll down and look for the Print Advanced Options
5. Choose "Use Draft Quality"
You can also set your printer's properties to print in Draft mode. If you've tried that and it doesn't work I would suggest updating or reloading your printer's drivers. The print drivers may have become corrupted.
This type of problem can usually be resolved simply by adjusting the margins from within your word processing program. Depending on which word processor you are using you can go into the page setup and make these changes. For Microsoft Word go to the "File" tab at the top then to page setup. The first tab that comes up will allow you to change the margins on the page. If the print is too far down try reducing the top margin from one inch to 0.5. If that is not enough reduce it some more. Print test pages on regular paper, then hold them up to the light against the paper with the pre-printed band to see how the print lines up. That way you don't waste the expensive paper!
It seems that either the drivers are not installed for this printer or the printer has not been selected in the word processor.
First insert the CD that came with the printer in the drive and install the driver for this printer. reboot. and connect the printer and allow Windows to detect it and load its drivers.
Now second, open the document that you want printed in a word processor and give the print command. Here you will find an option on which printer to print on. Select this printer and get the prints.
when you start printing first you look print preview button in the word. then click print you get full printed .
if its not printing it will be the problem of your ink, it will bw finsh please check it or take printer settting and give printing formate A4 size then print it it will be ok.
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.