I have a hL5040 that leaves a blank stripe about 1/3 the way in frim the left margin (about 3 in from paper edge). Have changed the toner unit, no better. Also print in light, should be a little darker than it is. Pix (schematics in particular are light). Any Ideas??? Thanks Steve Tri State Paging LLC
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Hi, The default paper selection/ size in MS Word is 'letter'. you may have designed the document on letter size and while printing you have A4 size paper in the printer. So, Make sure that you design the document on the same paper size (such as A4, which is commonly used). Secondly, while printing don't print the document directly. From the Print dialogue option choose the exact paper size and un-check (de-select) any option of paper resizing (if available). You will have the documents printed exactly as designed.
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I think extra ink make stripes. to remove those stripes follow the instruction:
1.open the top cover of your printer
2.find out a sponge that are in the left side of the printer bottom.
3.put off it and wash it well by using cold water. And fit it again. Then move the head left from right. Now put a soft tissue upon the printer head clining unit, then move the head again from left to right sothat printer head can reduce from ink. then move the head again and put off the tissue. Then on your printer your printer remain work.
the fold function is only available when the option finisher fs-608 is installed . here is the steps to make a trifold on a fs-608.
1 open a one page document it can only be 8.5x11 in size.
2 click file then print and pick the konica c550 in the printer name box. click properties.
3 in the output method select print leave the paper tray on auto leave the paper size on same as original click original size to indicate 8.5x11click on the radio dial to indicate portrait under original orientation.
4under the layout tab leave the following fields blank-combination,rotate 180,skip blank pages,binding margin and image shifton the right side of the layout screen leave print type as one sided and binding direction on auto.
5 under the finish tab leave paper arrangement at its default= prioritize arranging papers.make sure there is a check mark in the fold box and select trifold in the drop down menu.
6 click ok and go to the c550 to retrieve the document
They are thinking the cartridges are dirty or the heads. I am thinking it is a setting for the printer or an actual glitch in the printing program. If you have successfully printed on this printer before, then very carefully go through the settings, looking for print margins settings specifically. This sounds simple but you might want to make sure your paper trays are adjusted correctly.
Web site designers create Web pages for display on a monitor, not for
users to print on 8.5- x 11-inch pieces of paper. This becomes obvious
the first time you try to print a Web page. Content you need may get
chopped off by the right printer margin, whereas content you don’t
need, such as the site’s copyright information, will print on its own
sheet of paper. Fortunately, you can avoid such problems with a little
Before printing any Web page, open Internet
Explorer’s File menu and select Print Preview. The current Web page
will appear on-screen exactly as it will print on paper. Scan the
preview carefully. If it appears that some content is chopped off by
the right margin, click the Page Setup button located directly to the
right of the Print button in the upper-left corner of the Print Preview
window. In the resulting Page Setup dialog box, adjust the left and
right margins so that each is set to 0.25 inches. The extra inch of
space you gain by resetting the margins should provide just enough room
to accommodate all of the content on most sites. Click OK to save the
changes and return to the Print Preview window.
Next, scan the
preview to determine which pages contain the content you want to print.
Take note of those pages and click the Print button in the upper-left
corner of the Print Preview window. Locate the Print Range heading and
select the Pages option. Type the number of the first page you want to
print in the From field and type the number of the last page you want
to print in the To field. For instance, if you want to print just the
first three pages of a Web page’s content, type 1 in the From field and
type 3 in the To field. If your browser doesn’t have To and From
fields, type the range of pages (such as 1-3) in the corresponding
field. Make sure your printer has paper and click Print.
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.