Question about HP LaserJet 1200 Printer
The problem may be the printer driver. When the printer was installed, it most likely defaulted to the HP PCL driver and your program may be wanting to use Postscript.
If your operating system is XP or Vista, both PCL and Postscript drivers are included. Simply go into the "Add Printer" wizard and install the printer again using the Postscript driver. Then try your MATHTYPE program and see if the equations print correctly. If not, you probably need to talk to whoever wrote the program to see if there are program specific drivers for their software, or if only certain printers are supported.
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