I ordered new invoices and the paper is longer than my original invoices so when I print on my new invoices the printer stops where my old invoice would normally stop. How do I cahnge the page size so that the printer would finish printing all the information.
Press the select button so light would go off than press 2 buttons marked menu than press print,this will print out the menu settings .When done press the group button till rear group prints than press item till page lenght prints,now press the set button till the desired page length is reached,than press exit button to save setting and exit from menu.Power off the printer then power back on should be ok .Hope this helps.
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This means that the printer is expecting A4 paper rather than letter size or whatever you are trying to use. Check your "Printer Options" on your computer and make sure that the appropriate paper size is selected. A4 is an international standard paper size that is 210 mm (8.27 inches) x 297 mm (11.7 inches) and therefore is just a bit narrower and longer than the American "letter" paper size.
To correct this, cancel the print job currently in the printer's memory, change the computer to the proper paper size, and send the print job again.
Hello, Please, if you can change back to the former operating, is either the printer type is not compactable with the new windows(Windows7). But first you have to check the net to see if you can try upgrading the software of the printer. Please if you've done this let me know what happened next.
scan it as a document, re-scale it in required size and save then print in required size.
these adjustments are in your word or office programs. if you need to make it to copy, insert your original in the scanner, in paper tray insert your letter paper, select copy and then re-size, this should do it "on the run".
I talked to tech support at Canon, and he explained that the document I was trying to print was originally scanned with an A4 paper size, and my printed is set to Letter paper size, thus producing the error code. A simple solution is to "uncheck" the box that says "choose paper source by PDF page size". It worked!!
This is looking for Letter Sized Paper and presumably nit A$ that you normally use. This is usually caused by printing US documents and not resetting the paper size in the application before printing as the paper size will be embedded in the document in its original format. Simply select the whole document and then reset the paper size to A4. You may need to check the document for lost images and tables but generally the text should be OK. Also the index and table of contents will also be affected as you will presumably have more A4 pages in the reformatted document that in the original.
In your printer settings as you hit print
select the printer setting prefferences
select paper size( change from letter to legal) and your problem is solved
When you copy through the software program from brother you can change this in there. Just redo the prefferences.
Go to Paper Menu > Paper Size > Tray 1 - note what the Auto setting states (Letter, A4, Legal, etc.) Pull the tray out to set what it is configured for. Then reinsert it & pull it out a few times, noting what the display show the Auto size show. It should match the tray's settings.
If the Display indicates otherwise, it means one of two things:
1) The "auto size sensing" board on the left may be defective. The left side of the tray has a matrix of 3 plastic tabs that stick out in certain order depending on the tray setting. If this board fails, it may show Executive or A4 when the tray is set for letter.
2) The tray may be in-between two settings. Try to readjust the tray length setting between sizes. (You will notice the plastic tabs will change order.) The last time you loaded paper it may have pushed it just enough so that it is no longer seen as letter by the auto sensing board.