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Printer copies fine from screen, but does not print well when sent from computer programs

The computer sent printings have missing print sections.

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SOURCE: cancel print button freeze

Try this:
Start > Run > Services.msc
Look for print spooler, right-click on it and select Restart

Then:
Start > Control Panel > Printers and Faxes > double-click on your printer > Click on Printer menu and select Cancel all documents. Click on Yes.

Restart both PC and printer

Posted on Aug 03, 2008

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SOURCE: Kodak easy share5100 will not print,copy from computer properly

Calibration needs to be run if you have not. if you have...

The Kodak printhead is known to dry out. You can call kodak customer service and complain your printhead is failling explain you have run the printhead cleaning many times waisting your ink. They should ship you a new printhead and free inktanks.

or if you dont want to wait on the phone....

I have found lysol hand wipes to work wonders on the kodak printhead. I have an ESP 5 and I have wiped the printhead with a lysol hand wipe many times and it works like new. Here is a link to the product.

http://lysol.com/products/disinfecting-wipes/dwipes-4-in-1/


To wipe the printhead follow these instuctions.

remove the printhead from the printer. put the tanks back into the printhead. Be very carefull not to drop the printhead and do not put the printhead on a table with the nozzle plate down (where the ink comes out). take the hand wipe fold it a couple times. Gently wipe the printhead nozzel plate in the direction of the lines on the nozzle plate do not do a circular motion or wipe against the grain. you may not even have to use a wiping motion. you can just place the wipe on the nozzles and let the printhead soak. this will clear up dried up ink and unclog the nozzles.

put the printhead back into the printer run one printhead clean once to purge the ink and try to print.

I hope this helps.

I used my printer to do a photo guest book at my sisters wedding it turned out great (i wipped the printhead before i started all the pictures look perfect!)

SDtester.

Posted on Oct 15, 2008

reitann
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SOURCE: printer won't print

Printing on stand alone has a big difference when printing from pc.... try using the kodak website for this issue www.kodak.com/go/itg and use "image quality and blank page" for subclass

Posted on Nov 14, 2008

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SOURCE: Printer not responding message when printing from the computer

I had the same problem and it was print spooler on computer.
Check that.

Posted on Dec 20, 2008

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SOURCE: Kodak ESP3 scanner problem

Uninstall the driver then after that install it again.If is not work reboot your pc.

Posted on May 19, 2009

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How do I get my prtscn to print straight


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  1. Use PrintKey2000 to Direct Print
    • 1Download and save PrintKey2000 or PrintKeyPro from the "Resources" section. Save the file in a folder named "Printkey" on your "C:" drive. Double click the .exe file and follow the onscreen instructions for a problem-free installation.
    • 2 Access the Print Key program by double-clicking the hand icon in the bottom right hand corner of the task bar.
    • 3 Double click the "Options" tab in the upper right hand corner. Click on "Define Hot-keys." Set a hotkey for printing the full desktop and for printing the active screen you are in.
    • 4 Navigate back to the "Options" tab and select "Direct Print (No Dialog)" so that it has a check mark next to it.
    • 5 Select the "Printer Options" function on the main program screen. Select the printer you want the print jobs sent to.
    • 6 Select a screen to use as a test. Press your hotkey for printing the full desktop and then the hotkey to print the active page. You want to make sure both functions work properly.
    Use the Print Screen Function Without a Plug-in Program
    • 7 Press the "Print Screen" key on the keyboard to print the full desktop. Press the "Alt" key plus the "Print Screen" key to print the active window.
    • 8 Click "Start" in the lower left of the taskbar. Navigate to "Applications" and choose the Microsoft Paint program.
    • 9 Click "Edit" in the program screen and click the "Paste" option. You will now see a copy of your screen capture.
    • 10 Navigate to "File" and save the screen capture as a .jpeg file. Navigate to "File" again and click "Print" to send the job to an installed printer.
    Using the Print Key Function with ScreenShot 2 Print
    • 11 Download and install ScreenShot 2 Print. ScreenShot 2 Print has a free trial option, and as of May 2010, costs $7 for the full version. Configure the program to print to a designated printer from the onscreen commands. The screen captures will print automatically when the required keys are pressed.
    • 12 Hold down the "Control" key (Ctrl) and the "Print Screen" key to capture a screen shot of the full desktop. The image will be sent directly to the designated printer.
    • 13 Hold down the "Shift" key and "Print Screen" key to take a screen shot of the active window, which is sent directly to the printer.

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When I print a one page document, tray 1 prints on multiple papers at a time. 1 page prints on 5 pages.


If you don't have a manual, you can find one here

My guess is either on the printer or the driver. Skimming the manual, it doesn't seem that you can set the default number of pages printed per sent print job on the printer, but that is something I would look into. This is a nice office printer, perhaps the printer is set to print multiple copies of everything it is sent. You could determine if it is the printer or driver/computer by printing to it from another computer.

If it is the computer, go into the control panel and select the properties for this printer. In there, check if the number of copies is improperly set to 5. This would happen for every print job sent from this system.

Does it print 5 copies of documents sent from different programs (i.e. Web Page, Word, Excel)? Quite possibly, one time you set it to print 5 copies and that application retained that as default. In that application, rather than clicking "print" click "printer setup" and look through the settings to see if it is requesting multiple copies.

I am 95% sure one of these three solutions will solve your problem.

May 05, 2011 | HP Officejet Pro L7780 All-In-One InkJet...

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My brother network printer is missing letters when printing from Microsoft Word and Excel it is fine if I print from a PDF. I have sent the same document to a different printer and it prints fine. I have...


try to use printer on stand alone not connected on network, if it prints with missing letter then some problem on network already exist particularly in the network print spooling.

Feb 15, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I am having a problem getting my tax summary to print


print-screen-deluxe-7.jpg The Windows Print Screen Key can be a powerful tool if you know how to use it to its full potential. There are some who initially think that when they press the Print Screen Key that it will literally be sent to the printer! That's okay, we've all been there, done that. Just don't tell anyone! Actually, if you are using DOS, it will be sent to the printer.
Print Screen/SysRq
The key may appear differently depending on the manufacturer of your Windows keyboard. The standard position would be at the upper right hand corner of your keyboard and may appear within this sequence of keys...
F9 F10 F11 F12 Print Screen Scroll Lock Pause/Break
The sole function of this key is to take a snapshot or picture of your computer screen and copy it to the clipboard (the clipboard is an invisible holding area for content that is copied). Its the same thing as if you copied something from a document and it is now on your clipboard waiting to be pasted in its final destination. Its that simple. As quoted by Webopedia...
Often abbreviated Prt Scr, the Print Screen key is a useful key supported on most PCs. In DOS, pressing the Print Screen key causes the computer to send whatever images and text are currently on the display screen to the printer. Some graphics programs and Windows, use the Print Screen key to obtain Screen Captures.
Now, how do you get to see those Screen Captures or maybe even send them to someone? The quickest and most effective method is to have a graphics editing program handy. If that is not an option, you can open your favorite word processing program and create a new document. Position your cursorflashing-cursor.gifat the beginning of the document or wherever you want the screenshot to appear.
Using your keyboard, press Ctrl + V which will Paste the screenshot in your open document. Now you can Save (Ctrl + S) the document to wherever you wish, make sure to name it appropriately so you can easily find it.
You can now send this file to anyone via email, use it in a presentation, create your own little book of screenshots showing how to perform a specific task, etc. The possibilities are endless.
We use the Windows Print Screen Key regularly. You probably will too once you get the hang of it!


Sorry about the ad in the corner,Try the print screen key.

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Incomplete document printing from computer


try to reinstall the driver of your printer and run it again. If it doesn't work then re configure it.

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Black Ink won't print


call kodak they have a recall on the printer head i had the same problem the sent me a printer head and new ink

Nov 08, 2008 | Kodak EASYSHARE 5100 All-In-One Printer

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When i send a print nothing happens. I opened the lid to check for a jam. nothing. but when i closed it the screen on mu printer says carriage jam.....


Sounds like the "deadly embrace" problem...

Computer says to itself "waiting on printer status"
Printer says to itself "waiting on computer status"
Results....nothing.

Try this:
1. Shutdown (using the normal operating system shutdown) the computer.
2. Turn off and unplug both the computer AND the printer at the same time.
3. Plug the printer back in first (and if necessary, turn it on) THEN
4. Plug in the computer and allow it to start normally.

Now try a print.
Let me know if this works for you.

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