when I print images in office 2007 the layout paper does not have the image in it and there is message in the top of the paper
it sayes often :
and more like that
Can I find asolve to my problem?
and thanks in advance
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Apr 26, 2011 - 2 posts
I have a HP Color LaserJet 2840. If I am ... My Color LaserJet 2840 will only print on the right side of the page, how can I fix this? ... If I am copying or printing from the computer, the printer will only print the right side of the page. ... something obstructing the laser scanner blocking that side of the media path.
Before printing, you can choose the page setup option (either above or below the 'print' & 'preview' selection) to make sure paper size & type of paper(usually legal is default setting) selected. Also make sure the drivers for that printer is up to date. What kinds of images are you wishing to print out? Most pages have html which prevents certain images or words from being captured/printed
Ghost images or repetitive image defects can be caused by one of two things. Either your toner cartridge is defective or your fuser is bad. The fuser is the component that heats up and fuses the toner to the paper. To determine which one it is do this. Start to print or copy something and shut off the printer just as the paper is going under the image drum but before it enters the fuser. If the problem you described is evident on the paper at this point then the problem is related to the drum. If the problem is not showing up on the paper at this point then the fuser is the culprit and it most likely would cost more then the unit is worth to repair. Andrew
Usually you use your software to flip the image before you send the file to the printer. Thus, what program are you using to create the fabric transfers?
This is easiest if you are dealing with an image. Find the command section for layouts and then choose flip or rotate horizontally. For example in Paint, the Rotate drop-down is part of the main ribbon below Crop and Resize. If you are trying to do a line of text, use a drawing program and write the line of text. Select it and then flip it. Write all of the lines of text and repeat the rotation for each one. Similarly do this for any images or lines of images.
When finished, print a test page on regular paper before using the fabric transfer paper.
(Publisher in Office or similar programs will also do this well.)
If you are using images from a file, import it into an appropriate software program to do the rotation then save it to a new file name before printing.
I hope this helps.
Cindy Wells (some printers have the mirror image option in the Advanced Settings. Not many of the ones that I have used have the feature.)
The printed output is fuzzy, blurry, or grainy, or the edges of objects in the images are jagged.
Follow these steps until the issue is resolved.
Step one: Check your paper
Many papers have printing and non-printing sides. Load the paper with the printing side down.
Use the correct paper type for the project. For everyday documents, plain paper works well. For documents with dense printing, such as high-contrast graphics or photographs, use HP Advanced paper for the best results.
If these steps do not help, try a different paper. Ink might not bleed as easily on heavier paper. Paper that does not accept ink well is also prone to bleeding and smearing. HP designs its inks and papers to work together.
Step two: Check the settings
In the program being used for printing, click File , and then click Print .
The Print window opens.
Make sure the appropriate product is selected, and then click Preferences or Properties .
The Preferences/Properties window opens.
Click the Printing Shortcuts tab.
Consider modifying some or all of the options in the Printing Shortcuts menu to increase print quality.
Print quality : If the quality of the printouts is not acceptable, try increasing the print quality. To print more quickly, try decreasing the print quality.
Paper type : If one of the options matches the paper type exactly, select it instead of Automatic .
Paper size : Make sure that this option matches the paper loaded in the product.
To see additional options, click the Advanced tab, and then click Advanced Features .
The Advanced Features window opens. Consider changing the following option:
Ink volume : Adjust the amount of ink that prints on a page. For lighter images (less ink), drag the slider to the left. For darker images (more ink), drag the slider to the right. The lighter the ink volume, the more quickly the printout dries.
Step three: Check image resolution
Make sure that the image file has enough resolution for the size of the printed picture. Although many photo applications can enlarge an image or part of an image to any size, eventually the individual pixels become visible and the whole image looks blurry.
Here are some general guidelines for image file resolutions:
94 pixels per cm (240 pixels per inch) for images to print on smaller format photo paper, such as 10 x 15 cm (4 x 6 inch)
117 pixels per cm (300 pixels per inch) or higher for larger format photo papers
Lower resolutions might produce acceptable images when printed on rough-textured paper
Step four: Align the cartridges
If the previous steps have not improved the appearance of the printout, align the cartridges. See the user guide for alignment instructions.
PSC 1600 User guide:
http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c00276605.pdfClick on this link or copy and paste the complete link into your browser. If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it. Thanks, Joe
Printers try to fit web pages on a single sheet of paper. If you configure the printer, in the print dialog, not to shrink images and text to fit the paper, it will print on multiple sheets of paper, but the correct size for the images and text.
In a Word document, it depends on what font size you have selected. Most people would rather have the web page print on a single sheet, with smaller images and text than were on the monitor; than tape together multiple sheets for 100% size printout.