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Paper size i dnt have legal paper size on my printer, im using windows xp pro and msoffice xp.

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Look for "office" size. It may be the same.

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Im trying to make legal size copies


Check your owners manual to see what the acceptable paper sizes are. Legal paper is 8.5"x14". If legal paper is listed in the acceptable paper sizes there should be a tray to handfeed this size paper. Look for the term "single sheet manual bypass" in the owners manual. I beleive this tray or slot is on the left hand side of the printer.

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Legal size copies


Your printer doesn't support Legal size to Scan and Copy, you can scan/copy it by reducing the size of the paper from the menu. 10% will fit since the actual paper size supported by your printer is 8.5X11.7inch while the legal size is 8.5X14inch. Good luck. For more info check out here : http://h10010.www1.hp.com/wwpc/us/en/sm/WF06b/18972-18972-238444-12019-3328086-2511708-3643610-3643611.html

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Printer wont print. It keeps saying PC Load Legal. The printer has paper in it.


Well the printer is telling you to load "Legal Size paper, which is 8.5" X 14" paper.

More than likely, the application you are using is telling the printer to print the page on legal sized paper.

If you want the document to print on "Letter sized paper (8.5" X 11") then in the application, go to the File drop down and select "Page Setup". From within page setup's window, change the paper size to letter and then re-print the job.

Don

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Printing duplex and legal size.


I don't have legal size paper to test this with so it's a theoretical point but it looks like the printer will not do duplex in anything other than:
  • A4
  • Letter
  • B5 (JIS)
  • Executive
You can always print in duplex manually which is always an option regardless of paper size.

Hope that helps.

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Custom size...


you are not installing the correct drivers thats the reason you cannot see the list of paper options

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Plz help.. for No legal paper size in canon lbp 1210 how to set the LEGAL PAPER size in Canon LBP-1210 printer in Windows XP,.


i can do this job very perfectly
if u want 2 know 2 how u set legal in 1210 please call me 09872002075

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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.

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Konica/Minolta majicolor 2300DL printer


pleas check the driver settings, maybe there is a setting fit to paper or something.

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Canon LBP-1210 driver


Pls Do this
start>settings>Print&Fax>selesc Canon1210
Then, file>server properties
In forms check creat a new form and give name Leagalx
Set Width 8.5in Height 14.00in Left 0.50 Ri 0.50 top 0.50 bott 0.50 then save form and close it.
Open the printer properties select forms > change forms
and select the "leagelx". Ok.

You di it

Apr 19, 2008 | Canon LASER SHOT LBP-3000 Printer

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Tray output


You should configure TRAY 1 as Legal only.
and Tray 2 as plain letter.

Specially when you specify from what tray/paper type to print.

This can be easily configured from the Printer Properties within the Printers and Faxes section of the Control Panel.

Good luck!

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