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By printing pdf files using computer, the size of file is changed.
this size is related to length and the space between text line will be reduced, but the width is not changed.
What is this problem?

Posted on Jul 18, 2014

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SOURCE: Slow printing of Acrobat pdf files on HP Laserjet 1300

Hey look, sorry for all the BS you've been given. Its an issue here.

How much ram does your laser jet hold right now?

This would be the choke point on an HP laser jet.

A typical PDF file in high res can be many many megabytes in size and the HP Laser treats these documents as an image file, same in true in Windows, but uses local ram not printer ram like an Apple.

So, if you have a 256K chip, its possible, on your printer and the file is 4-6 MBs in size, you could be looking at a 16-20 minute print job.

I'm not familiar with any tricks to get your printer to use local ram as a cache. If you have Boot Camp, you might consider starting that emulator up and printing from that interface. No real hope for a difference but its worth the try.

Hope that give you some real thoughts to chew over.

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SOURCE: HP Laserjet 1200 prints pdf documents slow

pdf documents are historically slow, they usually depend on how they are created and how many attachments or upgrades have been added to the document. this accounts for some of the variations of speed the documents are printed.

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SOURCE: hp laserjet 3600 PCL XL error when printing a PDF

This is a known issue with 'host-based' printers like the 3600. You need the PCL5 driver, which this printer will not work with. You need a different printer, such as the HP 3520.

This page will explain it all.

Posted on Oct 07, 2009

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