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You probably have a conflict between the paper size the machine knows is loaded and the document size being specified for printing on. Your Airbook is probably trying to send a document on a paper size the printer doesn't have. Net result is a document stored in the print queue that stops anything else being printed. Go full system reboot and clear out any and all waiting documents before trying again.
Check the paper type and paper size in the Printer Properties. Set them according the actual paper used in the printer. Check the paper size in your document you want to print. Correct, if differs from the printer's paper size.
Click Start > Printers & Faxes > Right click on the Printer's icon > Printing Preferences > click Feature tab > look at the "Two sided printing" > and set if "off" > Apply"
Again on the Feature tab look at the "pages per sheet" and set it to "1 page per sheet" (if it's not set to) > Apply, again click on the "Advanced" tab and turn off the "Mirror Image" > Apply
You also need to check the printing preference when you give the print command from the document, When the print windows is opened, check "page scaling" "page arrange" and "page rotate" and set them to "fit to page/actual size", "none" and "normal" respectively. This will fix your problem and you'll get the normal prints.
Well before printing, you can copy & paste it on a word document. After that, increase font or change colour.
You can do file \ print \ properties \effetcs tab \ % of normal size! Here you can increase the size using the slider.
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First i would try to narrow to problem to easier find the issue.
Is this happening on all software or only with a particular one? Try with word, outlook, notepad etc. and see how it goes.
Try also to set the printer to print only one format (like letter or legal) then setup the software to print only that same size of document... then setup the windows printer to do about the same.
Do not forget to change the default print settings in there also.
If everything is standard and all paper sizes and types are correct on computer/software printer setup and on the printer itself... then it could be a program/document error.
You can aslo try to create a PDF with it and print the PDF to see if it's printing.