Question about Samsung ML-2510 Laser Printer
I have a small nursery and use Gardenware softwere to print stock labels. The software is coded to print labels landscape even though the printer settings are portrait. I guess the software overrides the printer settings. However, it doesn't work. Even setting the printer on landscape doesn't work. The software company had this problem with another Samsung printer but it fixed itself when the owner ran a disk scan. Don't know why that would effect anything but when something is miraculously fixed the last thing you did becomes the fixer (fixee?). Anyway, if anyone has an insight, please let me know!
Hmmm..disk scan? that's a little weird. the reason that a default setting for a printer occurs in propietary software, like Gardenware, is due to that applications settings. You will most likely find a print settings options in the control manager for Gardenware, where you can either set the type of printing(landscape..that's really apropos, eh?) or you can install a selected printer driver. Then you're print manager will make those decisions.
Posted on Feb 12, 2008
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