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Has a different font style

The printing preferences for hp designjet 100 has a different font style when its supposed to be just plain english

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  • annacarlos Feb 13, 2009

    the weird thing is we access the printer through a network and to some computers the preference for hp designjet 100 is in chinese and the some in symbols.

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Hello,

Try to unplug the printer and then uninstall the driver in your computer.
restart the computer and then install back printer driver. Hope this will fix the issue.

melnavz

Posted on Feb 13, 2009

  • Emelio Navaja
    Emelio Navaja Feb 16, 2009

    Hello again,



    ic so your printer is a network printer. Please se documentation on reseeting the printer to its default setting. and look for english manual on that printer else you need to consult the manufacturer.



    melnavz

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