When printing web pages to Compact A3000 in Firefox, characters are random or look foreign. MS Word prints fine, and most everything from the notebook. Only web pages have problem. Browser Encoder is in Western European ISO. ?????
Try a different version I had it happen to me, so if it did it using 9.0 adobe acrobat reader I would go to 5.0 or 6.0 version instead and then it would solve my problem everytime it's a hassle but don't know any other way around so that's my best advice.
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Hi, As you are able to get prints from word, it means there is no problem with your printer. So to figure out the problem, install any other browsers like firefox or google crome and try printing a web page from that browsers. If working fine, then the problem is with your older browser.
Yup ive had customer's come across this issue a number of times try going to mozilla.com and downloading mozilla firefox and then opening a page and try to print and the printout will come out fine its the web software ur using(internet explorer/aol explorer/opera) that is causing this problem. Please let me know the outcome i may just have another patch for you
I would like you use HP Smart Web Printingutility which will resolve this issue. With this fast, free download, this enhancement to Microsoft Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox improves upon IE and Firefox ability to print what you see on the web page. HP Smart Web Printing allows users to:
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It might be a print driver problem. I think there several different drivers. Go to Ricoh-usa.com and download all the drivers for the operating system you are using and try them. If there is a rpcs driver that might be your best bet.
My guess is the problem is with Firefox trying to print the page and not the printer. Try to go to File > Print Preview and see if it looks normal there. If not, I have 3 suggestions:
Try to change the "Page Options" or "Scale" under the Print Preview
Try to install and use the Firefox Add-On "IE Tab". This gives you the choice to display the page with Internet Explorer, while still using Firefox. You can turn on IE Tab, and then try to print. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/1419