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Error message: 38 memory full

I'm trying to print a doc from Power Point and only the first page will print.

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You may have some corruption on the power point .
try printing only one page at a time.
if it refuses to print a certain page you have found the issue.

Posted on Feb 29, 2008

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    Then what happens to the page/s that won't print. I had the same problem so i printed them one by one and the 2 most important pages won't print. What is the solution of how to print those 2 pages???

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I didn't find any information that specifically said that you "can" print a test page but "can't" print a document.

Another reason why you might be able to print a test page but not a document isn't related to the printer but the application that created the document. If you are having trouble with Word or Excel or whatever office application you used to create the doc, it might not print. That's why it is helpful to try to print a variety of different docs, created with different apps.

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