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Printing too many pages

Imagerunner 5000
From within a program, any program, when selecting more than 2 copies of a file, one gets multiple sets of the number entered. An example, you enter 2 copies and you get 2 sets of 2 = 4 copies or enter 3 copies and you get 3 sets of 3 = 9 copies.

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  • phatcher Jan 21, 2009

    This problem is only for (1) person when sending a print job from their PC.

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Try this touch add functions key then printer settings one option should be number of copies make sure it is set at 1

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  • andzulisv Jan 21, 2009

    check the driver they are using to print you canget updated drivers from imagerunner.com support / downloads

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