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ok first thing to check is the connection. either network or usb, Go to start on your computer and bring up devices/printers and faxes. look for your copier. right click and select printer properties it will be below preferences. you should get a page come up. first option is general, select the PORTS option and check the ticked address, either the ip address or usb. if it on parralell port this can cause errors. it might have selected this if you have a usb port try swapping the usb selection. If on network cable check the IP address is correct. You can check the ip by typing it into your web browser and the web page for the copier should come up if connection good. It sounds like the connection type may be wrong if its saying off line. Good luck,hope it helps
Web site designers create Web pages for display on a monitor, not for
users to print on 8.5- x 11-inch pieces of paper. This becomes obvious
the first time you try to print a Web page. Content you need may get
chopped off by the right printer margin, whereas content you don’t
need, such as the site’s copyright information, will print on its own
sheet of paper. Fortunately, you can avoid such problems with a little
Before printing any Web page, open Internet
Explorer’s File menu and select Print Preview. The current Web page
will appear on-screen exactly as it will print on paper. Scan the
preview carefully. If it appears that some content is chopped off by
the right margin, click the Page Setup button located directly to the
right of the Print button in the upper-left corner of the Print Preview
window. In the resulting Page Setup dialog box, adjust the left and
right margins so that each is set to 0.25 inches. The extra inch of
space you gain by resetting the margins should provide just enough room
to accommodate all of the content on most sites. Click OK to save the
changes and return to the Print Preview window.
Next, scan the
preview to determine which pages contain the content you want to print.
Take note of those pages and click the Print button in the upper-left
corner of the Print Preview window. Locate the Print Range heading and
select the Pages option. Type the number of the first page you want to
print in the From field and type the number of the last page you want
to print in the To field. For instance, if you want to print just the
first three pages of a Web page’s content, type 1 in the From field and
type 3 in the To field. If your browser doesn’t have To and From
fields, type the range of pages (such as 1-3) in the corresponding
field. Make sure your printer has paper and click Print.
Some web pages are made up of two or more frames. If you use the Print
button on the toolbar, only the active frame will be printed. To
print the web page at it appears on the screen or to print only one
frame use the Print dialog window to select what you want to print:
1.To print the web page including all the frames, in your web
browser, click the File menu and select Print. In the Print
Frames section, select the radio button next to As laid out on
screen and click OK. 2. To print one frame, left click once on the frame you wish to
print to select it. in the Print Frames section, select Only
the selected frame and click OK.
Alternate method: Right click on the frame you want to print,
choose Open Frame In New Window, then just print it out from the
new window that opens as you would a non-frame web page.
Note: In Windows Internet Explorer version 5 or
above, framed Web pages are printed with each frame coming out on a
separate page by default.
In printing web pages and email please try to check also the print setting before you print the page cause word document files and web pages are not the same in there printing setting. Web pages and emails has different setting so my recommendation is that when you print email and webpages next time then please check the printer settings then modify it the same settings as you wish or as your word document's output. Thanks
Remove the HP Smartweb printing software. ==================================
1. In the Start menu select All Programs > HP Smart Web Printing > Uninstall HP Smart Web Printing.
2. Follow the onscreen prompts.
You can also open the 'Control Panel' from the 'Start menu' and open 'Add or Remove' Programs. Select 'HP Smart Web Printing' in the 'Add or Remove' Programs window, and then click 'Remove'.
If the changes you make in the Page Setup dialog of Internet Explorer are not reflected in the Page Setup dialog of the Print Clips window and vice versa ?
This is a known problem, and not unique to HP Smart Web Printing. When printing from the Internet Explorer File menu, select File > Page Setup and make your settings there. When printing from the Print Clips window, click the Page Setup button and make your settings there.
Now install the smart web printing software from the weblink provided below:
After removing the smart web printing software, please visit the weblink and download the HP Smart Web Printing 4.05 software from the webpage.
Sounds like an issue with the print carriage. When it's out of alignment and tries to print, it can make awful noises. HP.com has a web page that describes a number of troubleshooting steps when you have print carriage issues: