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Toshiba eStudio232 Setup as a TCPIP Printer - I can ping fine but when I try to print it shows in the log I was printing but also shows NO paper was used - must be a setting on how to handle print jobs differently then copy jobs

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Re: Toshiba eStudio232

Make sure store to e-file is not picked on the print job page on the printer properties. Also make sure the paper size of what your trying to print is available in the machine( eg print job is A5 paper etc)

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