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When i put on black ink cartridge of HP4200 all in one printer it will turn Error and willnot print but if i remove and leave only the colored ink cartridge it will print sometmes colored sometimes black


1. Mono cartridge faulty, replace it
2. Color cartridge dried up/nozzles are blocked..Perform nozzle clean.. after cleaning also not satisfied, replace it..
** Suggestion: If you replace both cartridges at a time calibration and print quality reaches 100%..better go for replace both..

Oct 08, 2012 | HP LaserJet 4200 Printer

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WON'T PRINT TO MAXIMUM PRINT AREA


You should change the margins in the word document before you print to 0.5 mm on all sides and remove header and footer.

May 02, 2012 | HP Officejet 6500 Wireless All-in-One...

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I am trying to print a booklet 2 pages per sheet double sided. Printing is OK but spacing is no good for the binding when the pages are cut in two. What instructions should I give the printer to allow...


Hi

By spacing, I assume you mean the margins at the centre.

The default margin settings are not the same for the right and left hand side of the page, so the printing on the reverse side is offset from the printing on the first side.

The right margin is always wider to allow for punch holes in file paper.

It is not the printer settings you need to adjust, it is the page layout of your word processing software.

Adjust the margin settings manually. In MS Office 2007:

Page Layout > Margins > Mirrored Margins.

Hope this helps.

Aug 24, 2011 | Canon PIXMA MP610 InkJet Printer

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How do I change margin setrtings foe Lexmark P4350


If you are preparing to print a document that you have created in Microsoft Word, you may be concerned that all the text on the page will print exactly as you see it on your screen. This is not always the case. You can adjust your print margins to ensure that your text prints on each page exactly the way you would like it to appear.

Opening Your Document
Open your Microsoft Word document by double-clicking the Word icon on your desktop. If you do not see the icon on your desktop, then you can locate it where it is buried on your "Start" menu. Click "Start," followed by "All Programs." Then click "Microsoft Office," followed by "Microsoft Office Word." A new document will open on your screen. Click the "Office Button," followed by "Open." Scroll through the files listed, and double-click the one you would like to print. It will open on your screen.

Check Your Margins
By default, your page margins are set to 1-inch margins on the top, bottom, right and left of your page. You can check your margins or change them by clicking "Page Layout," followed by the "Margins" button.

Select New Margins
Select a different margin size, such as "Narrow," which indicate 1/2-inch margins, or "Wide," which indicate one-inch margins on the top and bottom and two-inch margins on the left and right. You also can select "Moderate," which indicate one-inch margins on the top and bottom and 3/4-inch margins on the left and right. Finally, you can select "Mirrored," which indicates one-inch margins for the top, bottom and outside. The inside margins are set at 1 1/4 inches.

Print Your Page
Print your page. Press "Control" plus the "P" button. The printer dialog menu will come up. Make sure that "All Pages in Range" is selected. Press "OK." If your printer cannot print your new margins, then a new menu will pop up telling you to adjust your margins.

I hope you find it very helpful. Best regards.

Aug 22, 2011 | Lexmark P4350 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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I am a teacher. We have Dell computers with windows 7 on them. Recently our school district downloaded Microsoft Office 10. Since the new microsoft office, my xerox phaser 8500 is printing strange. ...


Hi fsaltzman,

You need to check the margin settings in the print preview option, make sure you decrease the margins that are set by default and try printing a test page , this should work fine.

On the File menu, you need to click Page Setup, and then click the Margins tab.
Here you can adjust the margins as per your convenience.

To View page margins :-
  1. You need to go on the Tools menu, select Options, and then select the View tab.
  2. Under Print and Web Layout options, select the Text boundaries check box.

The page margins appear in your document as dotted lines.


You can use these dotted lines to correct your margins so that your student's assignments are not cut off and there is no large margin as you have mentioned in your question.


You can view page margins in either Print Layout or Web Layout view only, and they do not appear on the printed page.

Hope this helps

May 11, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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HP4200 only prints subheadings on a multi colored form - no detail prints


Go to Configure Device - Print Quality - Optimize and then to Restore Optimize. That should take care of it

Jun 24, 2010 | HP LaserJet 4200 Printer

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4x6 glossy postcards feed through slipping


Make sure that the paper meets the specifications for use in your printer.

The paper you are trying to use may be to heavy to be moved correctly through the paper path.

Don

Feb 25, 2010 | HP LaserJet 4200 Printer

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We have a verticle line printing on every page - what is causing this?


Dear sir
you change your printer cartridge and buy a new one then solve your problem

Aug 13, 2009 | HP LaserJet 4200 Printer

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Printer not printing margins correctly


Set the margin unit of measurement to whatever you find most useful: inches, centimeters, millimeters, points, or picas.
  1. Choose File > Options > Advanced.
  2. Under Display, in the Show measurements in units of box, select the unit you want.

Mar 24, 2017 | HP Office Equipment & Supplies

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How do I use the Cost/Sell/Margin function on my Canon P100-DH 2 desktop printing calculator? Please for the love of god help me.


Cost/Sell / Margin can be very confusing it uses the following Account formulas (For Cost = Selling price - ( Selling price / Markup) For Sell = Selling Price =Cost / (1-Margin%))

It is not a pure percentage. Please respond back if you have any other questions.

Apr 22, 2008 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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