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Printing one line on every other page

When I print a document that is more than one page, it prints only one line on every other page. I was told it was a margin issue in my software, but when I pick a different printer to print to, it prints fine.

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I really would need to see a print file to know what is going on.

Set the printer driver to "Print to File", when prompted, name the file "line". The driver will append a .prn to the name.

The resulting file: "line.prn" can then be analysed using any Hex Editor if it is a PCL file or A Postscript error analyser if the job is in Postscript.

Also, fyi - I do not believe you have a simple margin error. But just to make sure, under page setup, make sure that you have the correct page size selected in the driver and the same on the printer.

Don

Posted on Jun 25, 2009

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