We are trying to print several copies from Microsoft Publisher. We have changed our printing preferences and paper preferences, but regardless of the # of copies we ask for, it will still only print one copy at a time. Any ideas? Thank you!
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Re: One Copy At A Time
Are you setting the quantities in the driver properties or just in publisher? If so, do the changes reflect in Publishers settings after setting the quantity in properties. Does this only happen from Publisher, if so then it sounds like yet another MS issue to look into and not with the printer.
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change paper source. Probably on computer in printing preferences
If it works copying then it most likely is a setting in the computer . Click on print and there should be a printing preferences option comes up before you commit to sending the print to printer.
The message that ask you to manually feed the paper will appear if you have recently printed on a different type of media.
Does this happen from only one application like Microsoft Word? If it does try printing a test page or a document from other application like Notepad or Wordpad.
If the same issue occurs go to the Printers folder (under control panel) then right click on your Brother printer icon, left click on Properties, click on Printing Preferences and make sure that Tray 1 is selected for the tray, Plain paper for paper type. If changes have been made make sure to click on the apply button to apply the changes.
If it only happens to one application like Microsoft Word. Click on File ( or the orb icon on the upper left hand corner) then Print, then Print again click on Printing Preferences and make sure Tray 1 is selected and Plain Paper.
Hope this helps!
I had the same problem. The solution I came up with was to use Microsoft Publisher to print the labels. First I drew a circle about the size of the cd and another inside it for the centre. I printed it out on a plain sheet of A4 paper and measured held it over the label to see how they matched up. I dragged the circles in publisher using trial and error until the circles came out in the same place as the circles of the labels. Then I designed the label inside the circle using publisher and when I printed it on the label it came out in the circle.
If you don't have publisher just check the paper shown in your print dialog and make sure you have changed it to the label type you're using rather than A4 Plain which is the standard.
You must have the default printer settings changed to "double-sided" printingor "print on Both sides". Check in your printer properties: 'Right click' the printer icon. Select "properties", "Printing preferences", "finishing", un-check "print on both sides" (these options vary slightly by printer model, so just check around on the different buttons). That's my best guess. :)
1. When you print, use Ctrl-P (instead of the print button) to open the printing dialog. 2. Click "Printing Preferences" 3. Then go to the "Paper/Quality" tab and click on the "Customs..." button. 4. Choose a name from the menu and enter the desired paper size. Note: Custom 1, 2, or 3. You cannot change the names;-( 5. Save your entry. 6. In "Size is..." choose the proper name from the menu. 7. Print
Usually if you see the page in the Publisher window is already landscape, it will go landscape in the Printpreview and also in the print out. I just try to imagine what is your problem.
If I am not mistaken, this is what you did:
You have two "small" pages (maybe A5??) and you want to print it in one page of A4. Of course the A4 should be landscape.
Publisher does not have the facility to set 2 pages A5 in one A4 like in Microsoft Word.
The easiest way is just create a new page with A4, then copy the 2 pages (or you called it flyers) and paste it in that A4 landscape page.
Publisher can do print 2 pages A5 in one sheet A4 but the arrangement is as booklet. You can see the choices in File --> Page Setup --> tab "Layout" --> scroll the Publication type.
I do print 2 pages A5 in one sheet with many variations using addition software named "Clickbook".
Let me know if I m wrong in interpret your problem.