I AM PRINTING BROCHURES WITH PICTURES AND TEXT. SOME OF THE TEXT WHICH IS OVER THE PICTURE IS SUPPOSED TO BE WHITE IT HAS A PINK TINT TO IT. I AM ALSO GETTING A SMUDGED LOOK ON THE BLACK PRINT IN THE BROCHURE. I AM ALSO HAVING PROBLEMS WHEN PRINTING THE SECOND SIDE OF MY BROCHURE, THE BOTTOM RIGHT HAND SIDE IS LEAVING A TRAIL OF PINK AND YELLOW.
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Yes, I think it's best to print brochures from some online printing companies out there, especially now that you're running out of time. You don't have to go all through the trouble. Just specify what you want to do with your brochures and they will take care of everything. You can go and check this site:
http://www.printrunner.com/brochure-printing.html Other than the gate fold option, they also offer other types of folding like half-fold, tri-fold, Z-fold, double-gate fold, double-parallel fold- and roll-fold.
the speed depends on what you are printing , slowest will for color pictures, also black and white picture will take time followed by text page, the test page usually has just few stuff to be printed hence it appears to be printed too fast.
try changing the paper, newly opened and not old stock, in these cold days, chances are there were some humidity or moisture on your paper, the spots that you saw could probably caue by poor transfer of image to your medium (paper)
Before I go into your solution I have to mention a few things first. Your printer software utility has multifunction printing capabilities. What I mean is you can print on thin paper , thick paper , and even glossy paper. I would go into your settings for your printer specifically for pictures or graphics and see what the paper thickness size is set for. Compair this to your setting for normal text printing and change your picture and graphics settings so it matches your text printing. I would also check on your printer some have a flip switch to set the printing head height. If it is selected low this could also cause scratching.
There must have been a settings change in the printers properties or the programme that your are using to instruct the printer to print text only and not the pictures.
Sometimes printing web pages direct from the net have the problem, as pictures are left out purposley to aid printing speed.