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Images in Laser Hp 2010

Please I would like to ask a small question

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 :
error image
illigal attribute
and more like that

Can I find asolve to my problem?
and thanks in advance

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Re: Images in Laser Hp 2010

Try Connecting other Pc or other pc with different operating System.
May this will help you.


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