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From this limited information, I suggest you remove the toner cartridge and tip it left to right several times to re-disperse toner. Put it back in place and try printing again. If the doesn't work, your toner is likely low or empty.
Usually emails are compressed in such a way that they take very little space therefore their font sizes are always small. Due to this before printing you are supposed to increase the font size before printing is done otherwise the prints are bound to come out small like font size 3 or 4. The best way to do this is to increase the size of the display before printing is done. you can increase the display size by using the ctrl and + keys. Press down the ctrl and press the + accordingly and the display will become bolderdo this to the document print preview before printing. Hope this solution has been helpful? Please feel free to request further assistance. Happy new year to you.
Did the document print in full even though it left blank spaces? I f so the problem is The Page Break Occurred before it actually reached the end of the paper. Check what paper is selected on the printer. I don't mean the tray or paper feeder. On the LCD screen on the printer go through the menu till you find the paper. Make sure the paper is set to A4 or Letter (whatever you normally use.) and make sure this setting matches with the paper select in the documenent. Check File ->Print ->Settings or Options .... Find out where the paper is mentioned and select A4 or Letter as the case may be. Hope this will solve your problem Good luck luciana44
I guess that you normally use A4 paper. If this is the case you are most likely printing from a document that was created using the Letter paper size (typically a Word Doc of PDF file created in the USA). The solution is to reformat the document that you are trying to print, to A4. You may change the formatting of the document when doing this and page numbers may be incorrect when compared to the index and contents pages.
Sounds like your secratery's printer is set to ignore paper mismatch errors. It depends on the setting you have in your driver. Can you set your driver on your printer to ignore paper mismatch errors. If not when your printer errors, just try hitting the go button and it should print the document any way.