Fonts are typically available either for free or for a fee.
Only fonts that are visible in your C:\WINDOWS\Fonts Directory will be available to print.
You can google fonts and find more if you are looking.
Also, depending on the program you are using, you can save as a .pdf to print and this will "pack " you fonts into the document. You cna also use the "prepare for commercial printing" option in MS Publisher to store the fonts in the file.
Bottom line, if the font isnt installed, you cant use it.
You may be getting this error if the document came from someone who has the font but you dont. If that's the case, tell your friend you need the fonts. Just copy them out of the E:\WINDOWS\Fonts directory to your disc.
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1 - (and most likely) you are using a bit-mapped font instead of a true-type font and at a fairly large font size. Bit-map fonts are composed of dots, much like an icon, and cannot be scaled beyond a certain value or you see the jagged edges.
2 - you are using a true-type font at a fairly large size and your printer does not have a post-script driver installed on your computer, so it takes the font and converts it to its closest bitmap representation and prints it out...rendering the font in all of its jagged glory!
possible fonts issue. try to change the font from the text, check setings from the driver.
try to print from the driver (test print)
Try to print from Word (need to ajust the page) with diferents text fonts.
you can check the correct firmware ( be ware with the information about the serial number) ATENTION!!! wrong firmware can cause PRINTER DEAD!!!
Depends on what software you are using, but you can use any True Type Font for the human readable, and any propritry barcode font available as downlaods. However these barcode fonts tend not to print very small, it is a matter of trial and error. www.lancerlabels.co.uk
You could be set in draft mode in your printers properties, or, you could be using ECONO Mode.
Sometimes People use PCL Fonts for their printers, and other use PS Fonts. PCL is the typical font type. PS is post script, which Adobe type fonts are used. If you are set to PS Fonts using MS Word, you might try PCL Font types instead.
printer received more data form the computer than can fit
in its available user memory. You may have tried to
transfer too many macros or soft fonts, or graphics that
were too complex. This problem is also caused by printing
too many typefaces at 600dpi. Press
Continue to print the transferred data, then simplify
your print job or install additional memory. I don't know why it would just start doing it, perhaps a memory module has gone bad and there is not as much available RAM as there used to be?