I have a panasonic dp 8045, but when i print a A4 document from word, it gets printed on A3 size paper, i checked all the settings, everything is on auto select, and the settings on the printer is fine.
it doesnt do it with all the documents, i really dont know
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Re: printing from wrong tray
Go to printers and faxes and right click and properties on your printer!! Then select Advance, then Printing defaults!! In there select paper size A4 format. And in Word go to File, Page setup and select page size A4!
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from where are u using the A3 paper .
if ur using the drawer then simply select the original size and copy size as per ur requirement and first change the tray paper size to A3 in operator settings.
if ur using by pass tray then be sure to pull the entire tray out as there is a sensor in the last end of the tray that senses A3 and legal paper
well if you really needed a pdf printing concern, you may add an option which is Multi Page Description Language Controller Module. the post script printing language will be activated and you won't have to wait for the computer to process the pdf document on a gdi format (microsoft). what's more is that your mac computer can also directly print to the dp-8045.
check to make sure on the display panel the paper tray is showing A3 PAPER SIZE>> the paper size indication should match up to what is in the trays if not the machine will be asking for A3. Also try putting in another tray to see if there is a fault with the paper tray .. if it works with other paper sizes it may just be the size hasnt been set properly for that tray.. Hope this helps A
The computer has sent a A4 size document to the printer and the printer is asking you to put a A4 size piece of paper in the bypass tray so it can print it. It may be an email A4 size that someone has sent you or check the settings in Microsoft Word print or page setup to see if it is set for Letter size, not A4 size.
Enter on the computer the follow path: 1. enter start menu 2. enter printers and faxes 3. enter by right click into properties 4. enter paper size settings 5. set the paper size for the tray or trays and press update then apply and ok after thet it will work Also see on the printer menu enter the same paper tray settings and set the trays by size but more important is to set the compute settings
most are set by the trays itself, when you adjust the "guides" that go against the paper it adjust some levers on the side or back of the tray which push on some sensors behind the tray.
Some however you need to turn a dial in the tray to the paper size you need.
make sure the guides are snug against the paper, the dial or settings are correct and that there is no paper behind the tray.
Also I'm not sure what country you are from but in the US we do not use A4
Ensure that the desired paper is set in a paper tray of the printer and select [Auto] in the paper selection of the printer driver.
You may need to configure the margins in the sofware you are using.
hope this will help you