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Sounds like you may have a maximum length set that keeps you from printing over a certain length of label and it is adjusting your font size to fit that length. You may need a manual to figure out how to reset the length.
Check for blinking lights on the control panel to determine if there is an error (consult your documentation for troubleshooting)
If you cannot determine there is an actual error, reinstall the printer's drivers.
1) Unplug any connection to your computer from this device (usb wire, scsi, cat-5 cable) 2) uninstalling the drivers from the hardware menu 3) reboot your PC 4) confirm the printer is no longer installed on your PC by going to the printers section of your control panel. 5) Follow the installation proceedure ducumented for your printer. 6) restart your PC if requested, if not go to step 7 7) test that you can print to your printer.
If this does not fix your problem, contact HP support. They may have more information for you. I'm seeing alot of these HP LJ3380's today. are they all yours?
alot of the time if you scan something it will streach the image because of the scanner resolution. check you setting on the printer. you might need to change the settings to stop it from doing that to make he image more clear. if that doesn't work than also some printers are just like that when you scan something. it will also make one page turn into two pages. that may just be the way the printer is.