After reinstalling drivers for the canon imagerunner c3200 it no longer will print pdf/adobe on 11x17 - it instead prints it on several 11.5x8 pages, how do I solve, yes correct paper size etc is selected
Base on my experience, that kind of problem occur when some programs on the driver was skipped during the installation. you can try to unstall the driver then reboot and then reinstall it again. this might solve your problem.
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Hi - I had a similar problem except my Brother printer wouldn't print any PDFs. I had Adobe Reader 11 installed at the time. I uninstalled then reinstalled a previous version - Adobe Reader 9 and that worked a treat!
I found an acceptable workaround. If I leave the paper size set to "defined by driver" in the Print dialog box and chose the paper size in the Page Set Up dialog box, that seems to do it. There were numerous complaints on the web about this and it seems to be a major glitch in CS3 with the Leopard OS.
ok the driver for the printer is at imagerunner.com support/ drivers/ office-production then look for imagepass E-1 im assuming you have a print controller attached to the copier. i think you can also get the guides there also for the fiery... Not sure about manuals for the copier never looked
If you don't print via a server,you can turn the iRC3200 off...then back on and that will clear the print jobs. If after doing this it STILL has a traffic jam in the print que when trying to print the same document then stop sending THAT particular document as the document has a formatting issue and NOT the printer. If you DO use a print server then you(or your I.T Professional) need to go to the server and clear the print jobs from the server.
This machine, like almost every other laser based device on the market does not print bleeds.
The spec for the image masking at the edge is probably in the 3 to 4 mm range. When the sales person tells you that you can do "full bleed" what they are saying (even if they do not realize it) is that you can print an image larger than 11x17 onto a 12x18 sheet of paper and then trim the page back to 11x17 so that the final product bleeds over the edge.