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SLOW PRINTING HI , WE HAVE A PRINTER ON LAN AND DUE TO SOME PROBLEMS IT WAS MOVED TO ANOTHE FLOOR AND WE HAVE NOW MOVED IT BACK.THE PROBLEM IS THAT IT HAS STARTED PRINTING VERY SLOWLY .takes almost 48 seconds for the first sheet and another 5/6 sec for next pages can u help pls bindiya

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  • tfairs Feb 18, 2008

    Thanks for your response but can not find the Quality under properties...

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Look in options of the printer (Properties) and put quality on FAST or DRAFT

Posted on Feb 15, 2008

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    Iuliu Ciupe-Vaida Feb 18, 2008

    Click on START - Control Pannel - Printers and faxes, there you find the printer, right-click on it and choose "Properties". On that window look under Advanced, after clicking it, it should open a multitab window where quality (or density) must appear.

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