Question about Dell 5110cn Laser Printer
I'm trying to print a lot of documents in a Legal paper size and with flip on long edge; however an error appears when the third page is going to be printed an error appears: Compruebe tamaño de papel 024-910. Cargue bandeja 1 Legal. I have to select cancel and select send the next page to be printed.
How can I print continously in a Legal paper size?
SOURCE: Will not print on legal paper
Well I fixed mine to where it will do it. I had the multi- tray feeder where there was 2 paper trays (one legal & one letter) I removed one paper tray system and put the legal cassette in that one tray. Wala! it detected it as a legal tray now. I got the best of both worlds by removing that tray. Now all you have to do is specify if the paper is legal or not. Just change it on the printer tray and change it on the print properties of your document and away you go.
That's the best I have been able to do.
Posted on Nov 15, 2007
SOURCE: Scanning Legal Sized Documents
1. From the MP Navigator screen, select "Scan with Scanner Driver" in lower left corner.
2. When in ScanGear MP, select the Advanced Mode tab
3. At Input Settings, select Document (ADF) for document type
4. Set paper size in next window
5. Click Scan button at bottom
Posted on May 08, 2008
SOURCE: won't recognize legal size paper
I have a Brother MFC-8840Dn (full legal-size flatbed as well as document feeder). I use Windows XP Pro and a USB connection. I'm not sure my fix works with other Brother models or different Windows operating systems, but it's a way to start troubleshooting at least.
I've always been able to print legal-sized pages from word processing or spreadsheet programs and receive legal-sized faxes. But I never could make legal-sized photocopies or PDF scans. The image was always cut off at Letter size. The fix is a Brother Utility set-up setting:
*** Go to Start / All Programs / Brother / MFL-Pro Suite MFC 8840Dn / Scanner Utility. (This link may also be called something like Scanner Settings.)
*** At the "Maximum Scanning Size", select "Legal" instead of "Letter/A4".
*** Click OK and restart your PC for the new setting to take effect.
It's like magic -- I can now scan a full legal-sized PDF, whether on the flatbed or through the ADF. I also tried a compressed TIFF scan and it came out fine.
**** Make sure your software and/or Brother Control Center scanning configurations are set to Legal if that's what you want for the particular image scan. The Brother Utility setting simply enables the option of choosing the larger legal-sized paper, which then allows the full legal-sized image scan, You always have to set your software to make that choice, just as you would to make and print smaller images on Letter, A4, envelopes, etc. (NOTE: I always start scans through software on my PC, like Adobe Acrobat or PaperPort, and the Utility Setting fix is working fine. However, I just tried pressing the SCAN button on the front panel of the MFC itself with a legal-sized document on the flatbed and through the document feeder. I still got Letter-sized image scans. So, there must be another setting somewhere for starting scans directly from the MFC that I'll locate later.)
I was about to buy a different brand of scanner because of the frustration with legal-sized images. It's like having a new scanner now :) I hope this Utility Setting info helps you troubleshoot your legal-sized image problem.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
What's the question? You can send a fax on legal size exactly as you do with lettersize. As for printing, you only have 1 size of paper available at a time (1 paper source) , so put legal in it if you want.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
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