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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
In page setup manage custom paper sizes. Enter the size of the envelope and save it. In print dialogue box you can find the C5 envelop. Paper size: defined by driver. This should work
Posted on May 08, 2009
Try This :
Try printing from micrsoft word; Click on tools;
Click on Envelopes and Labels
Click on "OPTION"
Under the TAB Envelope Option you will get Evelope Size;
Scroll Down to the bottom you will get an option "Custom Size " Select it;
Set the accurate size of the envelope;
Click on Printing Options
Select the Feed method and make sure you do it the same way;
And then try to print this should resolve your Issue
otherwise let me know
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
Testimonial: "Still not working. Great idea, tho."
SOURCE: printing in mirror image
If you look in your manual, it should tell you where the option is. If you can't find your manual, there should be one up online. I did a quick search to find where that option may be, and this is what I found:
In the Printer Features area, select On from the Mirror Image drop-down list for it to appear as an available option
Like I said, you may need to look in your manual to find out for sure.
Hope this helps! :)
Posted on May 03, 2010
You are one of many B209 owners with this problem. The B209 has a defectively-designed printhead. The HP site is clogged with complaints about it. The HP customer support chat people will ask you to disassemble your printer in order for you to read them several dates and code numbers. They will then tell you that your warranty has expired and they won't do anything to help you.
If you take your print head out of the printer you'll find a thick, gummy residue of black ink on it. I don't even want to think what that residue cost me with HP ink costing more than most precious metals. You can try cleaning it but the only solution is the purchase of a new print head. Or, you can try my alternative solution:
1. Open window 2. Throw HP B209 out window 3. Order non-HP printer on Amazon 4. Never buy HP again
If HP is going to sell a faulty product then they should stand behind it and make it right. It's clear from my 2 hours chatting with the HP man overseas that HP will not be doing this.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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