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Cannot select 'properties' when I choose to print - printer newly installed on Vista

When I want to print a document, by going to file and print, from the screen which appears (where you can choose no. of copies etc) it will not let me select 'properties' to change the type of paper etc. The window pops up to a second then disappears. This is happening all the time. Do you think my driver is not compatible with Vista? The printer works fine otherwise.

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Yes you can update your printer drive for vista go to hp site and see is there update are available or not..bye

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I want ti print in color only,how do i do that,?Lexmark X1240 All-In-One InkJet Printer


On your computer, with your file open (your document/picture, etc. that you wish to print), click File > Print. From Print dialog box, click Properties, Preferences, Options, or Setup (depending on the program). The Print Properties dialog box appears. From the Quality/Copies tab, make sure there is no check mark in the "Print Color images in Black and White ". Then hit OK button to save the setting. Once you print your colored document/pictures, etc, it should come out in color.
I hope this helps.

Dec 02, 2011 | Lexmark X1240 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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My printer can not print in color


Open the document you wanted to print. Go to File then Print. In the dialog box you will see many printing options, to choose paper size, resolution, etc etc. Your problem must be in the Color option. You must have set it in Grayscale. So select Color.

Nov 21, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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What button to press to copy a document ?


If you are putting a document into the printer and want to make a copy of it, press the key that says "copy" on the printers keyboard. Then choose the number of copies you want to make and press the "ok" or "enter" key on the keyboard of the printer.

If the document you wish to make a copy of is located in your computer and you dont have a copy of it to place in your printer - then you need to print the document. Not copy the document. Copy means make another one. You can't copy something that you dont have in your hands. Understand? To print a document that you dont have in your hands, find it on your computer. When you find the document you want to print on the computer, click on "file" in the upper left side corner of your computer screen and slide down to "print" and click on it. Then click on "ok" on the next screen to start printing your document.

If there is no "file" command in the upper left corner of your computer screen when you have the document that you want to print open on the computer - try right clicking with the button on the right side of your mouse in the center of the document and find the "print" command on the drop down list and click on it. Then click on "ok" on the next screen and this will start the printing of your document.

Hope this helps? Good luck!

Jul 07, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Envelopes are properly loaded into the special Envelope tray, but print upside down. We have changed every setting we can find, but either jams or prints upside down. I found a link that indicates a...


Try this!

I am hoping that you are trying to print envelopes from a microsoft word document right?

Open the document and go to the tools area and open envelopes and click the button option to save the envelope as a copy in the document.

This should show a picture of an envelope above your document and/or letter written. Highlight the text on the envelope and edit your font. Change the direction of the font to upside down.

Then print the envelope only by clicking on the picture of the envelope on the screen and then choose "file" and "Print" and then change the setting to "current page only" and choose "ok" to begin printing.

Load the envelopes the same way that you are now (with the printing upside down in the printer).

Print one copy and see if this solves your problem.

If not, repost your problem and I will help you solve this.

Sep 27, 2010 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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I just replace my printer cartridges and i trie to print off the internet. it did not print the text, but did print the ads on the side. so, i copy/pasted to word and then tried to print and it only...


Found this on the Web Site. If you find helpful, pls rate me. For Epson, You must use Genunie Ink Cartridges. A MUST........

You may be copying something that is "proprietary" . The owner may have it copyright . Owner who can exercise control over what users can do with the software, in contrast to public domain.

Found this on the Web Site, if you would like to copy using the print screen key.

http://www.seoconsultants.com/windows/print-screen/
The key may appear differently depending on the manufacturer of your Windows keyboard. The standard position would be at the upper right hand corner of your keyboard and may appear within this sequence of keys...
The sole function of this key is to take a snapshot or picture of your computer screen and copy it to the clipboard (the clipboard is an invisible holding area for content that is copied). Its the same thing as if you copied something from a document and it is now on your clipboard waiting to be pasted in its final destination. Its that simple. As quoted by Webopedia...
Often abbreviated Prt Scr, the Print Screen key is a useful key supported on most PCs. In DOS, pressing the Print Screen key causes the computer to send whatever images and text are currently on the display screen to the printer. Some graphics programs and Windows, use the Print Screen key to obtain Screen Captures.
Now, how do you get to see those Screen Captures or maybe even send them to someone? The quickest and most effective method is to have a graphics editing program handy. If that is not an option, you can open your favorite word processing program and create a new document. Position your cursor at the beginning of the document or wherever you want the screenshot to appear.
Using your keyboard, press Ctrl + V which will Paste the screenshot in your open document. Now you can Save (Ctrl + S) the document to wherever you wish, make sure to name it appropriately so you can easily find it.
You can now send this file to anyone via email, use it in a presentation, create your own little book of screenshots showing how to perform a specific task, etc. The possibilities are endless.
We use the Windows Print Screen Key regularly. You probably will too once you get the hang of it!

Thanks and Good Luck.

Jan 30, 2010 | Epson Stylus Photo RX500 Printer

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I am having a problem getting my tax summary to print


print-screen-deluxe-7.jpg The Windows Print Screen Key can be a powerful tool if you know how to use it to its full potential. There are some who initially think that when they press the Print Screen Key that it will literally be sent to the printer! That's okay, we've all been there, done that. Just don't tell anyone! Actually, if you are using DOS, it will be sent to the printer.
Print Screen/SysRq
The key may appear differently depending on the manufacturer of your Windows keyboard. The standard position would be at the upper right hand corner of your keyboard and may appear within this sequence of keys...
F9 F10 F11 F12 Print Screen Scroll Lock Pause/Break
The sole function of this key is to take a snapshot or picture of your computer screen and copy it to the clipboard (the clipboard is an invisible holding area for content that is copied). Its the same thing as if you copied something from a document and it is now on your clipboard waiting to be pasted in its final destination. Its that simple. As quoted by Webopedia...
Often abbreviated Prt Scr, the Print Screen key is a useful key supported on most PCs. In DOS, pressing the Print Screen key causes the computer to send whatever images and text are currently on the display screen to the printer. Some graphics programs and Windows, use the Print Screen key to obtain Screen Captures.
Now, how do you get to see those Screen Captures or maybe even send them to someone? The quickest and most effective method is to have a graphics editing program handy. If that is not an option, you can open your favorite word processing program and create a new document. Position your cursorflashing-cursor.gifat the beginning of the document or wherever you want the screenshot to appear.
Using your keyboard, press Ctrl + V which will Paste the screenshot in your open document. Now you can Save (Ctrl + S) the document to wherever you wish, make sure to name it appropriately so you can easily find it.
You can now send this file to anyone via email, use it in a presentation, create your own little book of screenshots showing how to perform a specific task, etc. The possibilities are endless.
We use the Windows Print Screen Key regularly. You probably will too once you get the hang of it!


Sorry about the ad in the corner,Try the print screen key.

Jan 16, 2010 | Intuit Quicken Premier 2010 Full Version...

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Screen says out of paper when there is paper in it


  1. Open a document in the program being used to print.
  2. Click File , click Print , and then click Properties . The product Properties dialog box appears.
  3. Click the Paper/Quality tab.
  4. Choose the appropriate paper size from the Size is drop-down menu.
  5. Choose the appropriate paper type from the Type is drop-down menu.
  6. Click OK and then click OK again to print the document..

Aug 07, 2009 | HP Officejet 4110 All-In-One InkJet...

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My HP Pavillion DV6000 will not print screen (Screen Capture)


Why don't you just highlight what you want to print, place the curser over that and right click choosing copy. Go to the email that you are sending, put the curser where you want it, and right click again choosing paste. Works every time.

Mar 16, 2009 | HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook

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Print out is too small


To resolve this, try the following actions:

* Check the default fonts within Microsoft Windows.
* Select your entire document and set it to a larger font.
* Make sure all your fonts are loaded properly.
* Change the resolution to quick print at 600 dpi. To do so:

1. Click Start, Settings, Printers.
2. Right click the Lexmark printer icon and choose Properties.
3. Choose the Document/Quality tab and set the resolution to 600 dpi quick print/draft.

* Change the Spool Data Format to RAW. To do this:

1. Click Start, Settings, Printers.
2. Right click the Lexmark printer icon and choose Properties.
3. Select the Details tab and click Spool Settings.
4. In the Spool Settings screen, set the Spool Data Format to RAW.
5. Click OK and then Apply.

Nov 19, 2007 | Lexmark X2350 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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Same lines won't print


Sorry, but this is impossible, as a "printer problem". This is clearly a "software/buffer/document" problem.

This can ONLY happen (on two printers, same results) if the DOCUMENT has "exclusive" properties or instruction sets, or "invalid data" for the "missing" lines. For example, you may be printing an HTML document with "DO NOT CACHE" meta tag or java instructions about specific lines or form entries. Many sites (like banks, registration, or encrypted mail/login pages) do this as a security measure to prevent critical data from being inadvertently printed (and ending up outside in trash cans for an ID thief to pilfer). Other possibilities: The lines are NOT text data, they might be IMAGES of text, and saved in a format the printer/buffer does not support. Any of these examples would allow the software to DISPLAY the specific (missing) lines of text -yet NOT print them.

To test my theory (almost a certainty really), simply open the document and select PRINT SCREEN key (or use whatever key commands capture the screen as an image). This copies what YOU see, to the clipboard as a single "image" file (instead of a variety of ASCII characters, images, and code).

Next, open "PAINT" in accessories under MSlop (or any IMAGE editor like Photoshop, Gimp, etc)

Select NEW and agree to the screen size you are using (1024x768, 800x600, 1280x800, etc)

Select PASTE from file menu (or CTRL/V keys). Your document will now appear.

Print the document. The "missing lines" will now show up! If the document is too long for one screen shot, you may have to scroll down, recapture (PRINT SCREEN, etc) and paste one or more images into each other before printing it as a single IMAGE.

Nov 18, 2007 | Canon PIXMA iP90 Mobile Printer

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