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Why does some txt print when using ctrl shift print to print a document or email and some lines do not print at all?

I am using Google Chrome. I open an email, select print the email, dialog box comes up to ask Print or close window. I select print, the next dialog box comes up with print using ctrl+shift+P. Some text in the email does not print. Parts of paragraphs will be missing. This happens when I have selected an article to print also. I do not have the same problem using IE8. I am using Chrome because I have fewer other problems. Thank you.

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Hi,
There are two way email e-print.
A> Open email and select print area and see preview, if preview ok then you given print. If not ok then go to printer setting option and set printer paper or text. Then see print preview if ok then given print.

B> Second option is copy email print job any doc file or then print select and command given. But print before also check it print preview.
If any issue create i share a print related problems link please visit and read it. I hope solved your issues.

Source..ePrint Job Did Not Print

Thanks,
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Posted on Jun 24, 2014

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SOURCE: Problems with Color printing

Click Start - All programs - HP - HP Solution center.

Click Settings - Print settings - Printer settings

Click on the Features tab. Set the print quality to best. Click on the Colors tab. Under color management - Enable the option Managed by Application. Click OK . close solution center. Try to print.

Posted on Dec 22, 2007

jaylex
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SOURCE: Paper Size Error

Hi there check that the printer properties have not been changed.

  • Click Start
  • Select Printers and Faxes
  • Right hand click on printer icon
  • Select Printing preferences
  • Check that the paper size matches that you have got in the tray
  • OK and exit and test
If the above doesn't work try the following

  • Open MS Word
  • Open the document that you are having problems with
  • Click File
  • Select Page Setup
  • Check that Paper Size is correct
  • OK close and test.
This is normally a driver issue as the paper tray on the printer doesn't know what size paper is in it until you tell it from the driver.

Hope this works for you
Thanks J

Posted on Jan 14, 2008

Inkworks
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SOURCE: print problem

If your machines are like other 7310's and 7410's that we have serviced, the inside of it is probably coated in ink spray. Over time this spray will build up on the encoder strip and cause print image defects. You can just clean the encoder strip for a temporary fix but I would have in completely torn down to the metal frame and cleaned good. We charge $85 for this type of cleaning which cures what ails most of this line of printers.

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SOURCE: printing to 4 x 6 paper

Hello oyam26,
For any paper mismatch issue, first thing you do is try to set the paper type to plain. This will fix the issue in most of the cases.

gud luck

Posted on Nov 05, 2008

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SOURCE: where to disable color management in printer driver dialog box

When you go to print.  In the box that say's print with printer/presets there's another that say's copies and pages, scroll down to Color Management. Then you will see a Off (No Color Adjustment). Try that and also in the same dialog box is Print Settings that's where you put your paper type selection. Hope this helps

Posted on Mar 15, 2009

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I'm using google chrome as my browser and when I try to print my round cube emails, they come out blank. Any help?


have seen this before. in your printer preferences change the from Portrait to Landscape or other way round and then try and print one email, then change back and print another do they both now come out ok. this hack will work until the next time you power off and on again. looks like a chrome issue,

seems is fixed in Chrome version 43

On your computer, open Chrome.
At the top right, click More .
Click Update Google Chrome. If you don't see this button, you're on the latest version.
Click Relaunch.

Mar 02, 2017 | Google Computers & Internet

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Can't remove wrong password from email


Which default browser ?...
Create Menu tab right click in the top of screen (toolbar) you will see a number of toolbar options select the menu bar.

This will add to your screen toolbar File Edit View Favorites Tools and Help
Click tools internet options from the drop down list tick the box and locate the section titled "Browsing History."
Read the description under browsing history to be sure it includes the option to delete temporary files, browsing history, cookies, saved passwords and web form information.
Delete browsing history on exit.
Delete Saved Passwords From a Computer
Your operating system and programs store your passwords for all of the various sites and services you use.
This approach can save time as it can minimize the need to manually type in every unique password for each site you visit.
Although convenient, it does have its downsides.
For privacy concerns, in certain instances, you may want to delete your saved passwords to prevent users from accessing confidential data.
Windows Log In
Click "Start." Type "Credential Manager" in the search field and press "Enter."
This opens a new window.

Locate the "Generic Credentials" section.
This area contains saved log-in information for various programs and services installed on your computer.


Click the down arrow to expand the items you want to delete, and then click the blue "Remove from Vault" link.

Internet Explorer

Click the "Start" button. Type "Internet Options" in the search field and then press "Enter."


Select the "General" tab, and click the "Delete..." button located in the "Browsing History" area. This runs a "Delete Browsing History" dialog on the screen.


Click to check the selection box next to "Passwords," and then click "Delete."
This deletes your saved passwords automatically and closes the second dialog.
Click "OK" on the "Internet Properties" dialog to close the Internet Options component.

Google Chrome

Open Chrome. Press and hold the "CTRL," "Shift" and "Delete" keys simultaneously.
This shortcut opens a "Clear Browsing Data" dialog.


Click to select the "Clear Saved Passwords" box.


Click the "Obliterate the Following..." drop-down menu, and select the "The Beginning of Time" option.


Click "Clear Browsing Data," and then close Google Chrome.

Mozilla Firefox

Open a Run dialog by holding your "Windows" and "R" keys simultaneously.
Type "Firefox --preferences" and press "Enter." This opens "Options."


Click the "Security" icon on the "Options" dialog box.


Click the "Saved Passwords..." button.
This opens a dialog box containing a list of saved passwords.


Click the "Remove All" button, and then click "Close."
This returns you to "Options." Click "OK" to close the dialog box.

Aug 13, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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Can notr get google


Google Chrome is a free Internet browser made by Google.
It can be used on computers running the Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems.
If you are having problems with Google Chrome (slow connection, freezes or crashes), you should consider reinstalling the program.
To reinstall Google Chrome, you need to first uninstall the program.
After that, you can reinstall it by using the following directions.

Go to http://www.google.com/chrome to download the browser.
Select "Download Google Chrome."
Read the service terms and select "Accept and Install."
You cannot install Google Chrome without accepting the terms of service.
Select "OK". This will open the package.
Select "Install Package" and allow the installation to complete.
Choose "Close."
In order to open Google Chrome, you must go to "Applications," then select "Internet" and choose "Google Chrome."
Reinstall Google on A Windows Computer
Go to http://www.google.com/chrome to download the browser.
Select "Download Google Chrome."
Read the service terms and then select "Accept and Install."
You cannot install Google without accepting the terms of service.
After you accept, the installation will begin automatically.
Allow the installation to finish.
A dialog box will appear
Select "Start Google Chrome".
That will complete its installation and the browser will open automatically.
Reinstall Google on a Mac Computer
Go to http://www.google.com/chrome to download the browser.
Select "Download Google Chrome."
Read the service terms and then select "Accept and Install."
As with the other operating systems, you can't install Google Chrome without accepting the terms of service.
Open the file labeled "Google Chrome.dmg."
A Google Chrome window will open up.
Drag that Chrome icon from the window that opened up to the desktop.
This will start installation.
Open the browser.
The Finder will have you confirm that you want to open the application you downloaded from the Internet.
Select "Open."
You must select this to open the program.
Unlike Windows computers, Macs don't automatically open programs after installation.

Aug 05, 2013 | Google Chrome

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Finding and using a clipboard in chrome


If you want just text from email, use Ctrl+C short cut to copy selected text to clip board. If you want to retain formatting and embedded images. Install "Cutepdf" It will let you print anything to pdf. So go to email print dialog option and select cutepdf from printers.

Oct 13, 2012 | Google Chrome

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How do I change my home page to Google


In the upper right corner is a wrench (your tools). Click that and then choose options.
Under the "basics" set your home page to www.google.com (just like the example you will see.)

Nov 05, 2010 | Google Chrome

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When I try to print a page it only prints the first sentence without the first few words and the second sentence without the last few words all the way down the page. Sometimes it prints the first two...


Install the temporary drivers
If the product is connected via network perform the below steps to add temporary drivers
1.On the Windows task bar, click the Start icon, click Control Panel, and then double-click Printers and Faxes.
2.Click Add a Printer.
3.Select Local printer attached to this computer. Please uncheck the option ‘Automatically detect plug and play printers’.
4.In the Add Printer dialog box, Select Standard TCP/IP port, and then click Next.
5.In the next window type IP Address of the printer. You can get the IP Address of your All-in-One by printing a Network configuration page on your All-in-One.
6.Under Manufacturer, scroll to and click HP.
7.Under Printers, scroll to and click hp DeskJet 990c, and then click Next . The Type a printer name dialog box opens.
8.Make sure hp DeskJet 990c is listed in the Printer name box, click the Set as the default printer checkbox to clear it, and then click Next.
9.In the Printer Sharing dialog box, select the appropriate radio button to share the print driver or not, and then click Next.
10.Click Print a test page to make sure the print driver is working correctly, and then click Close. Click Troubleshoot printer problems to solve the issue if the test page does not print correctly.
11.Click Finish to complete the installation.
If the product is connected via USB Cable perform the below steps to add temporaty drivers

1.On the Windows task bar, click the Start icon, click Control Panel, and then double-click Printers and Faxes.
2.Click Add a Printer.
3.In the Add Printer dialog box, Select USB001 port, and then click Next.
4.Under Manufacturer, scroll to and click HP.
5.Under Printers, scroll to and click hp DeskJet 990c, and then click Next . The Type a printer name dialog box opens.
6.Make sure hp DeskJet 990c is listed in the Printer name box, click the Set as the default printer checkbox to clear it, and then click Next.
7.In the Printer Sharing dialog box, select the appropriate radio button to share the print driver or not, and then click Next.
8.Click Print a test page to make sure the print driver is working correctly, and then click Close. Click Troubleshoot printer problems to solve the issue if the test page does not print correctly.
9.Click Finish to complete the installation.


After adding the temporary drivers, while printing from applicaiton you should need to do the following steps

1.In the program you are printing from, click File, and then click Print. The Print dialog box opens.
2.In the Name drop-down list, click hp DeskJet 990c, and then click OK to print.

Sep 11, 2009 | HP Office Equipment & Supplies

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Not printing the whole of the page even all in black ink some parts are randomly missing


Install Temporary Drivers:

Step one: Install a temporary print driver
1. On the Windows task bar, click the Start icon, click Control Panel, and then double-click Printers and Faxes.
2. Click Add a Printer.
3. In the Add Printer dialog box, Select USB001 port, and then click Next.
4. Under Manufacturer, scroll to and click HP.
5. Under Printers, scroll to and click hp DeskJet 990c, and then click Next . The Type a printer name dialog box opens.
6. Make sure hp DeskJet 990c is listed in the Printer name box, click the Set as the default printer checkbox to clear it, and then click Next.
7. In the Printer Sharing dialog box, select the appropriate radio button to share the print driver or not, and then click Next.
8. Click Print a test page to make sure the print driver is working correctly, and then click Close. Click Troubleshoot printer problems to solve the issue if the test page does not print correctly.
9. Click Finish to complete the installation.
Step two: Designate the temporary print driver for two-sided print jobs

Follow these steps to use the temporary print driver each time you print a two-sided document.
1. In the program you are printing from, click File, and then click Print. The Print dialog box opens.
2. In the Name drop-down list, click hp DeskJet 990c, and then click OK to print.

Aug 18, 2009 | HP PSC 1350 All-In-One Thermal Printer

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Name some common dialog boxes and mention its uses.


Hi,

There are numerous common dialog boxes in windows, please note i am very specific to windows (and not VB since VB has difference nominclature for common dialog boxes)

following are some windows common dialog boxes:
  1. UserInput dialog box: to fetch user input.
  2. Alert dialog box: to display some alert information to the user.
  3. File Open Dialog Box: to browse and open file from selected filesystem.
  4. FileSave dialogbox: to save a file to a filesystem on selected path.
  5. Print dialog box: to setup printer preferences and print setting commands routing to printer.

Thanks.

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To use two computers with hp psc 2110v printer


It would depend on whether the computers are in the same room or not, If they are in the same room then all you have to do is use a USB Switch. hook the printer to it then connect both computers to the switch, just change the computer thats used on the switch as and when needed. If you are wanting to use 2 computers over a network then its an entirely different solution.

Step One:
First make sure your machine is set up for File and Print Sharing. Secondly, check to see if the printer you wish to use is set up for sharing also. If not, follow these directions.
1. Right click the printer to be shared.
2. Select Sharing on the menu
3. Name the Printer to be shared.
4. Click OK. A hand should appear under your printer.
Step Two:
Open your Printer Folder. Start/Settings/Printers.
Select Add Printer.

Step Three:
An Add Printer Wizard dialog box will appear, click on Next at the bottom.

Step Four:
• The dialog box will ask how the printer is attached to your computer.
• Select Network printer by clicking in the radio button.
• Click on Next at the bottom of the box.

Step Five:
The box will ask you for the path to the printer. Select browse. Your network neighborhood will open.

Find the name of the computer to which the printer is hooked up. Click on the name of the computer. Then click on the the printer name to highlight it . Click OK and Next

Step Six:
You can name the printer on this dialog box. Usually, the printer brand and room number is sufficient. The box will ask you if you want to print from a DOS program. The default is No. Click on Next at the bottom of the box.

Step Seven:
If you have already installed the printer before, it will ask if you want to keep the same drivers. If your machine is having problems printing from this printer, which is why you are reinstalling, then select Replace existing driver. Otherwise, you can select Keep existing driver.

Step Eight:
The dialog box asks if you wish to print a test page. Select Yes, and Finish.

Step Nine:
Another box will come up and ask if the page successfully printed. If so, select yes.
You will see your new printer in your Printer Folder with a line underneath it indicating that this is a network printer.

Sep 13, 2008 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Color on monitor different from print


Windows 2000 / XP
  1. From the application's File menu, select Print to display the application's Print dialog box.
  2. Click the Properties button located at the top, right of the Print dialog box to display the printer Properties window.
  3. Click the TekColor tab.
  4. Select a TekColor correction. It may be necessary to try all the color corrections to obtain the desired results.
  5. Click OK to return to the Print dialog box, then click OK to send the print job to the printer.
Windows 98 / Me
  1. From the application's File menu, select Print to display the application's Print dialog box.
  2. Click the Properties button located at the top, right of the Print dialog box to display the printer Properties window.
  3. Click the TekColor tab.
  4. Select a TekColor correction. It may be necessary to try all the color corrections to obtain the desired results.
  5. Click the Apply button at the bottom, right of the Printer Properties window.
  6. Click OK to return to the Print dialog box, then click OK to send the print job to the printer.
Macintosh OS 9
  1. From the application's File menu, select Print.
  2. Click on the General drop-down list and select TekColor.
  3. Select a TekColor correction. It may be necessary to try all the color corrections to obtain the desired results.
  4. Click the Print button to send the print job to the printer.
Macintosh OS 10 (10.2.x and 10.3.x)
  1. From the application's File menu, select Print.
  2. Click the Copies and Pages drop-down list and select Image Quality.
  3. Select a TekColor correction. It may be necessary to try all the color corrections to obtain the desired results.
  4. Click the Print button to send the print job to the printer.
note_image33x30.gif Note: If the image quality option is not displayed, refer to configure the printer with the correct PostScript Printer Description (PPD) File Below. Configure the Printer with the Correct PostScript Printer Description (PPD)
note_image33x30.gif Note: The steps below are only necessary if the Image Quality option is not available in Macintosh OS X. The PPD file contains features a particular printer supports such as TekColor Corrections. In order for the TekColor Corrections and other printer specific features to be available, the correct PPD file must be specified when the printer is installed. To ensure the printer is configured with the correct PPD file:
  1. Open the Print Center (for OS 10.2.2.x) or the Printer Setup Utility (for OS 10.3.x):
    1. Open the Hard Drive.
    2. Open the Applications folder.
    3. Open the Utilities folder.
    4. Open the Print Center or Printer Setup Utility.
  2. With the Print Center or the Printer Setup Utility open, select the appropriate printer from the printer list, then click Show Info from the Printers menu.
  3. Click the Name and Location drop-down lsit and select Printer Model.
  4. The current PPD being used will be displayed. If the PPD shown is incorrect (for example; is set to Generic PostScript Printer), click the drop-down list and select Xerox.
  5. Select the corresponding PPD for the printer and click Apply Changes. note_image33x30.gif Note: Make sure the correct feature set is selected. For example; if the printer is a Phaser 8400DP, ensure the DP feature set is selected.
  6. Close the Printer Info window, close the Printer List window, then check that the Image Quality option is available.

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