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SLOWWWWWW It takes apprx. 8 to 10 min for mem to receive my file and prints that file just as slow. 30 pages took all day.

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    Is it normal to take up to 20 minutes to print a 2mb visio file?

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Depending on available memory, printer settings, driver settings, media type settings, file types, rip settings, yes it can take quite a while.

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