I am a graphic designer... have a graphics Dell with CS3 Master Pkg installed. When I print to the two big ole' Konika Minolta C350 copier printers I have in my network, I get lines instead of graphics...from all my programs. Text prints fine. I do NOT have Vista (my designer son warned me about that one)..but have XP. I see online that there are issues with CS3 and Windows. Any suggestions? Our IT guy, of course, knows nothing about graphics stuff, so I'm trying to fix this myself. Are there different drivers I can obtain? Should I be contacting the copier guy to fix this? Another person here has CS2 and it works fine, btw.
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1: check in the printer properties( page setup ) is it latter then make it A4
2: clean the roller
3: also when u printting check with uper try not from try 2
if its printing proper then try is touching roller
ok, the issue is most likely technical, but fixable with a mouse click.
your MAC, is most likely running a pc prossessor version.
this causes mis inter[pretation of pc based files and comes into play with CS3 programs..
go into the mac hard drive, and select the appliaction (in this case In Design) go the the info page, and click on "more info"...you should see a check box for "rosetta". check this box. and then print again, problem should be solved....is so, go into all the CS3 applications and do the same..check the rosetta box...good luck...
In my experience with Adobe products and DesignJet Printers, you have to go to Effects in the Printing Preferences and change Resizing Options from Actual Size to Print Documents On: page size that you want.
There are a number of things to adjust color.
#1) reset all of the settings to default.
2) download the latest firmware and install
3) download the latest drivers and install
Once all of that is installed, there is a calibration test and setting you can do. This is all outlined in the owners manual for the printer (it is a rather long process)
The original install disk has the manual with all of the steps. If you don't have your install disks, you can download the manual from the Dell site. Just do a search on the printer, by printer make, or you can enter the service tag.
The control panel for the printer (the one you can bring up in Windows if you go to properties of the printer) has color settings and adjustments. There are also color adjustments in the printer. You can access them by entering the IP address of the printer in a web browser.
The paper you are printing on can also have an affect on the color.
Hi Jay, do you have any idea how many discs have been printed with this Everest Printer?
Your issue sounds like a hardware error, not an issue with the software you are printing from. Most likely the printhead needs to be replaced, or the control board. Printhead replacement costs approx $1200.
Trouble with the HP Laserjet printed output may be solved by using the following settings (or similarly named ones):
"Use raster Graphics" (instead of "Use vector graphics"). This may fix the problem of "reversed" text (white on black background) not printing, as well as other problems.
"Download TrueType Fonts as bitmap soft fonts" (select "bitmap" instead of "outline" or "graphics"). This may remove the overlapping of text on the printed document.
"Graphics dithering" select "coarse" or "fine" (instead of "none"). This selection may improve the quality of images contained in the document. You can find all these settings in your printer properties. Go to File, Print, click Preferences, in Printing Preferences, click one by one all the top options, and change one of the top solutions, one at the time, checking your printing output.
Always check if you have the latest version of Adobe Reader Program. If not download the latest version from Adobe, it's free.
Is this the first time that you have the problem? or with the same printer (HP 4si), did you were able to print PDF files in the past?