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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.

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Posted on Jun 25, 2009

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