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There are two way email e-print.
A> Open email and select print area and see preview, if preview ok then you given print. If not ok then go to printer setting option and set printer paper or text. Then see print preview if ok then given print.
B> Second option is copy email print job any doc file or then print select and command given. But print before also check it print preview.
If any issue create i share a print related problems link please visit and read it. I hope solved your issues.
As you mentioned, printer works fine normally however the issue is only while printing emails.. so I would like to know the email program that is in use .. I mean, do you use Outlook, Outlook Express or webmail or Lotus notes etc..
If this is a repeated question then I would like to apologies as we experts are not allowed to peep into other experts' solutions so I cannot see the responses by the previous expert.
Also please let me know the following printer settings ..
AUTO WRAP, RIGHT MARGIN, LEFT MARGIN,
What happens when you copy the email text to a standard text editor like Notepad or Ms Word and then try printing .. does it still print with right margin extended?
Assuming that normal printing is fine, This is due to the size of the print in the email. To output larger print you'll have to copy the email into a document, change the size and then print the document.
This usually ocurrs because your printer margins are incorrect. At your email program or at your word program Do a preview first and set the margins Use the option (fit the doc to a one page)
Check how many pages are demanding your document, and delete the unnecesary pages Check your printer setting in your email program or in your word document Check if your printer is using "landscape" instead of "portrait" And try printing again.
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I've printed images over 500kb. Can you print a small image? If not, perhaps the driver is the problem.
If you're trying to send a text file of IPL commands to the printer, set up a Generic Text printer driver, to to send the file as ascii characters instead of as a graphic image. You can set this up in addition to your Intermec driver.
Go to Printers and Faxes, Add Printer, Next, Select the Port, Select "Generic" Manufacturer, "Generic / Text Only" Printer, and give it a name like "Text". Cycle the printer power to clear previous attempts, then print the file to this printer name.
According to Yahoo's Answers page, another Yahoo email customer had the same problem, and resolved it by clicking on "View" on the browser toolbar, then "Text Size" and selected a larger size ("Increase" on the Firefox browser).
1. The color required to print the text ( ie: black or a variation of ) may have run out and needs to be refilled or replaced.
2. The other way that could help, is to select only the text you wish to print, by highlighting the entire text of the email, and then press and hold Ctrl while you press P to bring up printing shortcut menu and then check the "Print selected only" before attempting to print.
This should give you only the selected text, but if your black or the color required to print is empty, it may appear blank on the page, or show a low ink error.
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