Canon IR3200 copier page orientation change from 1 print to the next
I have an IR3200 color copier by Canon, for the 1st 2 months I had it I thought I was somehow when I printed something head to head, it would sometimes come out head to foot. I would do a sample print - check it out - correct - then when I would send the file again it would have the page with the top at the top on one side and the bottom at the top on the other side when all I did was resend the file. I told the Ikon service man and made it happen. They updated the firmware and every time they updated it the problem got better. I sent a file to the mail box and I had to print 3000 each of 3 11x17 sheets full color, printed 1000 from the mailbox perfect, pulled the file up again - same file - same spot in the mail box, forgot to check the back side and now I have 2400 2 sided color sheets that are head to foot and wrong - they are acting like they think that I am going to pay the click price on these even though I have complained about the problem for 3 years - not gonna happen so if anyone has had this problem and if so please let me know thanks - firstname.lastname@example.org
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Sounds like someone changed the page orientation from portrait to landscape. Go to print preview before you print your next article and then go to printer properties and see how the page orientation is set.
To change the orientation of the printer from landscape to portrait follow these simple steps;
- open any document and go to print from the file menu - when the printers settings window opens click 'properties' - In the next up coming windows you can see menus like 'main, page setup, effects' profiles maintenance etc. - click 'page setup' - There you can see 'page size' and 'orientation' - change the 'orientation' from landscape to portrait - click ok and print Done : )
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Follow these steps to change print settings, and then print in Mac OS X 10.6.
Step one: Select your product
In the program from which you want to print, click File , and then click Print .
Figure 11: Click File, and then click Print
Select your product from the Printer: drop-down list.
Step two: Change print settings
Type the number of copies to print in the Copies text box.
If you want to print multiple copies, select the Collated check box to print the pages of each copy in order.
Select the pages of the print job that you want to print. To print all pages, select All. To print a specific range of pages only, type the page number that begins the page range in the From text box. Then, type the page number that ends the page range in the To text box.
Select the size and type of paper loaded in the product from the Paper Size drop-down list.
Select the orientation for your print job. To print in portrait orientation, click the icon on the left. To print in landscape orientation, click the icon on the right.
Step three: Change the paper type and quality settings
After the Orientation section, click the drop-down, and then select Paper Type/Quality .
This drop-down usually defaults to the program specific drop-down. In this example, the drop-down is the TextEdit drop-down.
Figure 12: Select Paper Type/Quality
Adjust the Paper Type setting to match the paper loaded in the product.
Adjust the Quality setting to change the print quality of the printed page.
Select Print Borderless to print photos without a white border.
To change the color profile or to turn on Photo Fix, click the arrow next to Color Options to display the Color Options menu.
Figure 13: Color Options menu1 - Paper Type/Quality menu options2 - Color Options menu (only available if you click Color Options)
Step five: Print the print job
After all the settings match the needs of the print job, click Print on the Print window to print the document or print job.
first of all, your screen is probably not correctly calibrated to show the colors right. Same goes for your copier, try calibrating the colors. Press the menu button (it's a button next to the screen, looks like a star with a head around it)
- Then press Adjustments/Cleaning - Auto Gradation Adjustment - Full adjust - Print page 1 - Put the paper on the copyglass, with the black toner facing the back of the machine. - Press Scan - Then Print page 2 - Scan page 2 - Print page 3 - Scan page 3.
Now the colors are calibrated. If it still doesn't match, try calibrating your computers screen so you can see the real colors.
WHEN YOU GO TO THEPRINT PREFERENCES CHECK THE ORIENTATION OF THE DUPLEX IT WILL HAVE LONG END BIND OR SHORT MAKE SURE IT IS SET FOR LONG END THIS SHOULD MAKE THE ORIENTATION RIGHT OTHERWISE IT WILL TRY TO PRINT AS A CALENDER WILL COME OUT IE LIFT UP THE PAGE TO SEE THE NEXT IMAGE