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An extra page with al the details about the page is being printed

I print only text documents ...while printing , one additional page with all the details about the page is being printed at the end.. I was asked to change the " event log"option to "0" ,but even after setting it to 0 , i face the same problem.. what should i do??

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Does this happen when you print a test page ?


What programs does this happen from?

Microsoft office... ect.. Try printing from a different program, and let us know if the extra page of details prints or if it is just one program


Posted on Jun 26, 2009

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    tweety607 Jun 26, 2009

    try opening the program that you are having trouble with this extra page being printed from.
    type
    CTRL +P

    then click on properties ( make sure you have the correct pinter selected) Check through the options that come with your printer. Look carefully here, and see if a setting is selected that would cause the printer to print an extra information sheet.

    Please let me know how your progress is going.






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