My hp Business Inkjet 2800 won't print pdf made from a scan or fax to email page it will print pdf's made from a vector based program... The following prints on the page:_ Error: Typecheck Offending command: Image Stack: 1.0 -mark- -savelevel- -mark- -savelevel-
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I fixed this by Installing the full suite of programmes on the installation CD, specifically Installing the "OCR Isis" programme (or Iris, not sure).
I had the scan-to-pdf option, but then when I reinstalled my system it was no longer available. I tried updating Adobe Acrobat reader to v9.0 and I don't think this fixed it. But at the same time I installed the "extra" programmes of the HP Installation CD, and then the scan-to-PDF feature was back.
So basically, install the COMPLETE set of programmes on the HP installation CD seemed to fix this.
I have a HP Deskjet F2180 printer, but I suspect that the HP software is generic across alot of its product range.
Many people had a similar problem with the Color Inkjet cp1700 B-size printer.
Vista Patch for cp1700 Printer - Fixes Duplex and Large Format Printing
General page with links to the cp1700 and other printers as well. Vista Duplex Solution - Back Page Upside Down
Another solution that worked for some people was installing the hp deskjet 9800 printer driver.
It appears what you need is a patched .gpd file for the BI 2800. Try emailing Bob Headrick, who has done these patches. (Thanks Bob)!
Be sure to put Vista and Large Format Printing 11x17 in the subject line.
email@example.com (or see his profile for email address) Bob Headrick, Microsoft MVP Printing/Imaging
You'd think between HP and MS, they'd have this working right out of the box.
Did they think people would buy a B-size printer so they could hook it
up to Vista and then not want to print mainly B-size documents?
They would have had happier customers if they would have included B-size support but left out A-size!
Sounds like your driver is sending A4 size documents, and you've got Letter in the drawer. When you do that, it runs out of room on the Letter-size page, since A4 is a tad longer, and has to continue onto a second page. Margins being what they are, the second page is usually blank.