Question about HP Officejet Pro L7680 All-In-One Printer
I have an HP Officejet Pro L7580 hooked up to a router via ethernet. I have 2 computers on the network. One is running Windows XP and one is running Vista Home. The XP computer prints fine. The Vista computer cuts off the bottom (about 1 inch) of the print out. This happens from many different programs so I don't think it has any thing to do with the programs I am running. Sometimes it prints out fine. Any help would be appreciated. Same problem on Vista and XP machine.. hours wasted trying to solve - HP L7680 all in one printer, Word 2007. Help?! Need solution! Doing 100 page merge letters and some randomly cut off that bottom half of a sentence and print preview looks fine..plenty of margin room. I don't get it! If ANYONE HAS A SOLUTION PLEASE EMAIL ME AT email@example.com. THANK YOU!
Hi- I'll try to solve this.
Go to the start menu and open the Control Panel. Double click on Printers. Right click the L7580 printer and choose "Printing Preferences" On the preferences window click on the "Advanced" tab. Make sure "Advanced Printing Features" is set to "Enabled" Under "Printer Features" turn "Minimize Margins" to "On"
This should solve the issue. If minimize margins is off, it will cut it off at the bottom.
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
This is the solution from HP (I had to change my driver, not the preferable solution but it works):
Workaround There are two workarounds for this issue. Workaround one: Change the character format, document margins, and line spacing The issue often occurs due to specific formatting used in the document. It is often seen with specific fonts, especially Times New Roman, and specific font sizes, especially sizes 12-14. The document margin size and the line spacing might also cause the issue. Changing the format of the text and adjusting the line spacing and margin size can resolve the issue. It might require a single adjustment or it might require multiple adjustments to the potentially problematic elements. Adjust the font style, font size, margins, and line spacing formatting until the issue is resolved. If making these adjustments does not resolve the issue, or if the current formatting must be used, continue with the next workaround. Workaround two: Install and use the HP Deskjet 990c print driver The Deskjet 990c print driver can resolve the issue when used as the print driver when printing from the program where the issue is seen. Follow these steps to install the print driver. Step one: Install the HP Deskjet 990c print driver
Posted on May 21, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I read the fix from another person on this site. Delete your driver and install the driver for printer 990C. This does work as I had the same issue and it is now resolved by taking this step. When done I printed the same page that I was attempting before but now I have the full page printed without any errors. Happy printing :)
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
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