We have a Brother MFC-8460N printer. I am trying to send a postscript file in which I am using a proprietory true type font. When I print the file with "print" command from a command line, it prints in courier font which may be the default. How do I go about sending the font with the file? Nash Patel
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Try and print the document 1 page at a time, upgrade the memory in the printer if you can, and most importantly; make sure that this is not a false error because the PDF requires postscript fonts to be installed you don't have installed on your printer. You can do this as follows.
Their are 3 standards for postscript, go to the manufacturers website and download the newest version of the postscript driver, not PCL. Many printers go nuts if running on an installed PCL driver and asked to print a PDF. If all else fails, this typically gives a lot of false errors.
hello! first you need to click on then scroll down to where it says easy receive, click on that then go back to the main menu showing the date ask some one to fax you some thing this should work good luck brother tech
hello! why not go to paper port and check what is in there and then delet the file or go to my pictures there is a folder called scan items and look there and then delet the item good luck brother tech