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The solution depends on the web browser you are using (Safari, FireFox, Chrome, Opera etc.) Lets just say you are using the latest version of Safari 7.0 (OS X 10.9 Mavericks.) You will need to show the developer menu. To turn on the Dev menu, go to the Safari menu and then Preferences. Click on the tab for "Advanced." At the bottom of this window you will see a checkbox for "Show Developer menu in menu bar." Click that option to turn on the dev menu. You now have that new menu between the "Bookmarks" and "Window" menus. In this menu you will find an option for showing and disabling images.
If that does not work, you may have installed an image blocking extension. To temporarily turn off all extension go back to the Preferences window and this time click on the Extensions tab. You will find a main OFF/ON switch in the top right hand corner. Once extensions are turned off try the webpage again and see if the issue is resolved.
If you continue to have image problems, let me know.
It's '0000' (four zeros). It is printed under '3 PAIR CONTINUED Your Phone' of its Quick Start Guide, which you can find online here.
Please, let me know if I can assist you any further.
You may need to tell word you want your printer to flip on the short side and not the long side. With my Canon printer I get a drop down menu IN WORD (not printer setup) that gives choice of: print one side; print two side flip on long; and print two sides flip on short.
Check your device for a sticker with the passkey printed on it. Typically headsets and car stereos have the passkey printed on a small sticker attached at the rear of the device.
Look in your device's instruction book to see if the passkey is written inside. Each device has a unique passkey, so the passkey for your device will typically be printed on a sticker or inserted into your instruction book, as opposed to in the directions themselves.
Check the Bluetooth menu for your device. Cell phones and computers often have their passkeys within the Bluetooth menu. Look for the "Pairing Code" or "Passkey" option. Some laptop computers generate a random code each time you need it, so you may have a option for this task.
Check in forums for your particular device to see if someone has posted the passkey. Typically a search for your device and "Pairing Code" will bring up information regarding the code or where you might successfully find it.
Call customer service for your device if you can't find the passkey printed on the device, in the instruction book or in the menu. Customer service should be able to either tell you the passkey for your device or give you detailed instructions on how to find it.
rint Preview my booklet looks...
In Print Preview my booklet looks like it will print correctly. When I print my book the 1st page of the 2nd half of the book prints on top of the last page of the 1st half of the book. I have tried
Select the Page Layout tab, in the page setup group, select margins, The at the bottom, select custom margins. on the margins tab about 1/2 way down, select the down arrow next to Multipl epages and select 2 pages per sheet. Print a couple test pages and see if that is the setup you need.
You may need Quarkto achieve this, I print them from QuarkXpress v4.1 using "PrintToPDF". This works like a printer driver but it converts any blue, underlined Courier text to a hyperlink (e.g. http://www.The-Cool-Book-Shop.co.uk ) and it creates a "bookmark" link for any text which is set in a specific typeface (e.g. Helvetica 14pt bold) and secondary "bookmark" from any text set in another typeface (e.g. Verdana 12pt). So all I have to do is ensure that my required links are in the correct typeface then select "PrintToPDF" in the "Chooser" and the job is done!