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How to specify the paper size and page setup
This section describes the procedure for specifying the paper size
or page setup when printing from an application, taking Adobe Reader 6.0
as an example.
The screen shots used in this section are from Windows XP Home Edition.
1. Open the PDF file to print with Adobe Reader, and then select [Print Setup] from the [File] menu.
2. Specify the paper size of the document and the printing orientation, then click [OK].
3. Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
4. Select this printer for [Name] or [Printer Name], and then specify the printing preferences.
The printer name displayed in this dialog box can be
changed in the [Printers and Faxes] folder (the [Printers] folder for
You can try these steps and let me know the result.
=== Problem Printing from Adobe ===
1. Open PDF document. 2. Click on 'File' menu. 3. Click on 'Print'. Print window will open up. 4. Click on 'Advanced' button on the left bottom of the popup window. 5. Put a check mark next to 'Print as image'. 6. Click on 'OK'. 7. Select the 'Current Page' from the 'Print Range' option. 8. Click on 'OK' to print one page of the document and see.
=== Enable Background Services ===
Background Services to reduce the memory for printing issues from applications like Adobe, Power Point,etc.,
1. Click on 'Start'. 2. Right click on 'My Computer'. 3. Click on 'Properties'. 4. Click on 'Advanced' tab. 5. Click on 'Settings' under 'Performance' Settings. 6. Click on 'Advanced' tab in 'Performance options' window. 7. Select 'Background Services' for 'Processor Sceduling'. 8. Click on 'Apply', then 'OK'. 9. Click on 'ok' button on 'System Properties' windows.
Are you using a custom written language application or are you using an application such as Word?
It appears that you are using a PJL wrapper around the print job. Please create a print to file (off of the driver screen) and send it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I'll be able to look at the job and see what ie happening.
Right now I suspect that you are not clearing out the PJL properly.
I had similar problem: everything muted and with brownish tint. Tried everything, finally discovered that I installed wrong cartridge: 6PC instead of 6C. The "photo" cartridges are pretty much the same, make sure you have the right ones: 6C, 6M, and 6Y.
Hi , Have you checked with -
1. uninstalling and re-instlling the Adobe application once more?
2.the spooler - opn run on your computer and type down "net stop spooler"- let the command window close - then again pen ru and type down " net start spooler " and let the DOS / command window open and close again. Try taking the print with the printer in the ready status.
3. usbcable detection
Step 2 and 3 will not be most effective if the other applications are printing fine.
Try uninstalling and re-installing the Adobe application.
Or else you have to contact the Adobe vendor for further issues. It could also conflict if you have older version of IE in your computer.Becaus Adobe 8.0 is the latest version that might conflict with the older version of IE