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When you print click on Properties, choose Advanced and then change the paper size to Letter.
Or you could make the settings from Printers and Faxes from the Control Panel.
If you need further assistance, just leave a comment. Cheers

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I need to pull an 11" x 48" sheet through my printer


That will never work as the printer looks for pages that are standard sizes. If it comes across something that is larger, the printer reports a paper jam. Making banners is best done on dot matrix printers using listing paper. Otherwise on a home printer, you use the banner setting in your creation software, MS Word, MS Publisher, and you print as separate pages and stick them together or stick them on a backing sheet.

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My Lexmark 4600 printer has a paper jam. do not know how to unjam it.


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How to clear and avoid paper jams
Follow these instructions to remove and/or avoid paper jams and misfeeds in your Lexmark X3500, X4500, X4600 & X4800 Series All-In-One.
Paper jam in the printer
Remove the paper manually

  1. Press pattlnk_10282008_1820-power-icon.gif to turn off the printer.

  2. Firmly grasp the paper, and gently pull it out.

  3. Press pattlnk_10282008_1820-power-icon.gif to turn the printer back on.

NOTE: Check inside the printer to ensure that all the paper is removed. Any small pieces of paper left in the printer will continue to cause paper jams.
Paper jam in the paper support


    1. Press pattlnk_10282008_1820-power-icon.gif to turn off the printer.

    2. Firmly grasp the paper, and gently pull it out.

    3. Press pattlnk_10282008_1820-power-icon.gif to turn the printer back on.

Paper or specialty media misfeeds
These are possible solutions if paper or specialty media misfeeds or skews, or if multiple sheets feed or stick together.
Try one or more of the following:
Check paper condition

  • Use only new, unwrinkled paper.

Check paper loading

  • Load a smaller amount of paper into the printer.

  • Load paper with the print side facing you. (If you are not sure which side is the printable side, see the instructions that came with the paper.)

Remove each page as it is printed

  • Remove each page as it exits, and let it dry completely before stacking.

Adjust the paper guides

  • When using media less than 8.5 inches wide

  • To rest against the edges of the paper or media, making sure it does not buckle
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Printer does not feed paper, envelopes, or specialty media
These are possible solutions. Try one or more of the following:
Check for paper jams

  • Check for and clear any paper jams. For more information, see "Paper jam in the printer" and "Paper jam in the paper support" above.

Check media loading

  • Verify that the specialty media is loaded correctly.

  • Try loading one page, envelope, or sheet of specialty media at a time.

Check printer default and pause settings

  1. Click:
    • In Windows XP (default Start menu): Start pattlnk_10282008_1829-right-arrow.gif Printers and Faxes.
    • In Windows XP (Classic Start menu): Start pattlnk_10282008_1829-right-arrow.gif Settings pattlnk_10282008_1829-right-arrow.gif Printers and Faxes.
    • In Windows Vista (default Start Menu): pattlnk_10282008_1829-vista-start-button.gifpattlnk_10282008_1829-right-arrow.gifControl Panel pattlnk_10282008_1829-right-arrow.gif Printers (under Hardware and Sound).
    • In Windows Vista (Classic Start menu): pattlnk_10282008_1829-vista-start-button.gifpattlnk_10282008_1829-right-arrow.gif Settings pattlnk_10282008_1829-right-arrow.gif Printers.

  2. Double-click the print queue device.

  3. Click Printer.
    • Make sure no check mark appears next to Pause Printing.
    • If a check mark does not appear next to Set As Default Printer, you must select the print queue device for each file you want to print.

Banner paper jams
There are many possible solutions. Try one or more of the following:
Clear banner paper jams

  1. Press pattlnk_10282008_1820-power-icon.gif to turn off the printer.

  2. Remove the jammed banner paper from the printer.

Review banner printing checklist

  • Use only the number of sheets needed for the banner.

  • Select the following settings to enable the printer to feed paper continuously without jamming:



    1. With a document open, click File pattlnk_10282008_1829-right-arrow.gif Print.

    2. Click Properties, Preferences, Options, or Setup.

    3. Select the Paper Setup tab.

    4. From the Paper Size area, select Banner.

    5. Select Letter Banner or A4 Banner as the paper size.

    6. Select Portrait or Landscape.

    7. Click OK.

    8. Click OK or Print.



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Ron

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Hi Did you get an answer I have the same problem.
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What is the page setup in the Indesign Program?  Sounds like is is trying to print to the standard paper size of 8.5 X 11.  See if the program allows you to change the page set up to 12"X66" to match the banner.  
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My lexmark X5495 always prints banner


Not sure which OS, you're using, but try this:

Go to Start > Printers > right-click your PDF printer and go to Properties

Go to Printing Preferences and ensure in all possible locations there that you don't have "banner" selected.

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Did you try to reduce the document down so it would fit a standered size paper???

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That sounds like a banner sheet, in your menus, Specifically a print menu you will find a section with reports, it should be caled banner sheet.
They may have another name for it. But disable that. Also go ont the driver on your computer and look to turn the banner sheet off.
Some call it a print acrivity sheet also.
make sure those pages are turned off on both the printer and on the print driver on the computer.

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ISSUE: A blank page prints after every print job using an HP LaserJet series printer. SOLUTION: A separator page may be turned on in the printer driver, within the application, or on the network. Try printing from several applications. If a page prints out in only one application, that application may have a summary page selected to print out. If a page prints out from different applications, a separator page may be turned on in Windows or on the network. Use the following sections to turn off separator pages. Windows 95/98/Me Follow these steps to turn off the separator page in Windows 95/98/Me:
  1. Select Start .
  2. Select Settings .
  3. Select Printers .
  4. Highlight the appropriate HP LaserJet printer icon.
  5. Select File .
  6. Select Properties .
  7. In the section labeled Separator Page, select None .
  8. Click Apply .
  9. Click OK .
Windows NT 4.0/2000 Follow these steps to turn off the separator page in Windows NT4.0/2000
  1. Select Start .
  2. Select Settings .
  3. Select Printers .
  4. Highlight the appropriate HP LaserJet printer icon.
  5. Select File .
  6. Select Properties .
  7. In the Advanced tab, select the Separator Page button.
  8. Delete the location for the separator page.
  9. Select OK .
Windows XP Follow these steps to turn off the separator page in Windows NT4.0/2000
  1. Select Start .
  2. Select Settings .
  3. Select Printers and Faxes .
  4. Highlight the appropriate HP LaserJet printer icon.
  5. Right-click on the highlighted printer icon and select Properties from the Advanced tab.
  6. In the Advanced tab, select the Separator Page button.
  7. Delete the location for the separator page.
  8. Select OK .
Software or applications See documentation for the specific application that is printing a separator page. The following steps are an example of how to turn off the summary page in Microsoft(R) Word 97:
  1. Open Word 97 .
  2. Select File .
  3. Select Print .
  4. Select Options .
  5. Deselect Document Properties in the Include with Document section.
  6. Select OK .
Novell environments Banner pages can be sent to the printer in several different ways in a Novell environment. The following instructions detail several ways to disable the banner page. NOTE: Banner pages can also be sent from the HP Jetdirect device itself. This page can be enabled and disabled through a telnet session to the HP Jetdirect device. The telnet banner will only print in an lpd/unix ® environment. Novell's Capture Command To disable a banner page using a Novell DOS capture command at a system prompt, type the following commands: capture L=x Q=queuename NFF NB NT TI=x where:
  • L = x -- The value of x would be 1, 2 or 3 depending on the lpt port being used.
  • Q = queuename - The value of the queuename would be the Novell queue setup for this printer.
  • NFF -- No form feed.
  • NB -- No Banner.
  • NT -- No Tabs
  • TI = x -- The value of x would be the timeout amount in seconds. NOTE: If the client workstation is restarted, and if a capture command is part of a login script that is being used, these settings will be reset.
Printer Properties The banner page for Novell networks can also be enabled or disabled in the Printer Properties using the following steps:
  1. To open the Printers Folder ; click Start , Settings, and Printers .
  2. Right-click the appropriate HP LaserJet printer icon and select Properties .
  3. Select the Printer Settings , or Capture Settings tab. The banner page can be enabled or disabled here.
NetWare Clients Follow these steps to disable the banner page for Novell NetWare clients:
  1. Right-click Network Neighborhood and select Properties .
  2. Select the Configuration tab in the Network window.
  3. Highlight Novell NetWare Client and select Properties .
  4. Select the Default Capture tab. The banner can be enabled or disabled here.

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