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Hp 1610 and 1018

I have an HP 1610 all in one, and an HP 1018 laser printer. When I try to print a document as a booklet, all of my fonts print much smaller. On my old laserjet 1100 everything prints fine. Any one have this issue?

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I incresed the MS word font from arial 10pt to an arial 16pt. I had top reformat the doc, but it did the job. Thanks for you suggestions.

Posted on Jun 25, 2007

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The font you are prinitng with in Word or what you are using is the problem. The old Laser Jet you were using had a lower resolution and would not print in a smaller font. Check your software for the font size.

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Are you printing from MS Word? What software package are you using? Each printer is different and some require software settings.

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  • Instruct Windows to print this document at a lower resolution. Go to the Printer Properties dialog box for your printer and select the Graphics tab (if your printer has this option). Select a lower resolution (which requires less memory and gives you less finely detailed output) and see if you can now print your document.
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Problem: Your Printer Prints, but the Fonts Aren't Correct If you create a document on a PC with one set of fonts installed, and try to print it on another PC with different fonts installed, you could be in for a real surprise! Windows will try to "match" missing fonts, but quite often the match leaves a lot to be desired—resulting in different line lengths and page breaks than what you had originally. Your options are to install the missing fonts on the PC you're printing from, or change the fonts in the document in question. (A word to the wise: stick to common fonts such as Arial and Times New Roman if you think you'll be sharing a document on multiple PCs.)
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