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Problem Printing Lables from ByPass Feed

We are trying to print labels from the bypass feeder for the DP-C262. No matter which way we feed in the labels, they are printing the opposite (for example, we say portrait, they print landscape). Very frustrating. Any suggestions.

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  • HelpMePrint Feb 19, 2008

    Yes - we went through the settings on the printer through the control panel as well as setting them in the page set up feature in Word. It seems like the copier itself may have a setting somewhere and it overrides the drivers on our computer???

  • HelpMePrint Feb 19, 2008

    I'll check that - thanks! I've also contact our rep to see if we have the most current print driver loaded onto it - maybe there is a newer version that may help. Thanks - I'll check the copier setting.

  • HelpMePrint Feb 19, 2008

    The copier is networked - I'll try the ip address and see what I can get! Thanks

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Just a thought. On some features, so that you can distinguish between a fax and print, copy and print, so that the orientation of the paper comes out different for print,fax,copy etc, there is a rotate image 90 degrees setting.
Not exactly where that would be on that model, but sounds like that is a real possibility on your settings.

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Hello, can you check the settings on your printer in the menu functions, and also in the advanced properties of windows... good luck ;-)

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    Steve Martyn Feb 19, 2008

    is there a portrit setting on the copier, usually in paper management

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    Steve Martyn Feb 19, 2008

    the other thing i just thought of, is the copier on a network and if so usually they have a web based browser, just type the ip address of the printer with http:// in front and review the settings there

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    Steve Martyn Feb 19, 2008

    your welcome, I hope this helps you finding a resolution. Steve

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