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Does this happen with a word file, or a web page, or outlook, excel
please check. if OK with them its the file its bad. Mite want to upgrade the adobe to 10 or 11 current. Try different computer also. Print different adobe files also.
the Konica Minolta Bizhub C350 is by nature a slow printing machine the standard memory that the machine comes with is only 256mb and it can only be upgraded to 512mb . but there are some things you can do to help speed it up a little. touch the utility/counter button touch admin setting on the touchscreen enter the admin password touch system setting touch output setting touch print/fax output settings touch print select between page print and batch print=select page print exit all the way out of admin mode then reboot the copier tests have shown that this changed a print job from taking a little over 2 minutes to taking about 9 seconds to start printing keep in mind this is definately not the fastest printing machine on the market hope this helps thanks for using fixya
Place envelopes in either drawer 1 (top drawer) or the by-pass tray. Generally, the envelope is placed side to be printed down.
(On the printer you can set up custom envelope sizes.)
Click 'Properties' for the printer. In the resultant dialogue window, set the printer to print to the 'envelope' print path.
Click OK, click Print. (test print direction first)
Check your printed envelope. You may need to change the orientation of the envelopes to print with the opening at the top.
I believe you are misunderstanding what you're "telling" the computer to do. You are telling the computer (I assume in Microsoft Word, but perhaps elsewhere) to generate an electronic document in PDF format. (I believe PDF stands for Portable Document Format) It uses a printing metaphor because like a paper copy, the PDF file is designed for people to read, not edit the document you have created. Also, some PDF-making software methods involve pretending to be a printer, which allows the user to make a PDF file in any program that would normally only output your work to a printer. Most people, when wanting to print a PDF document onto paper, open it with Adobe's Acrobat Reader (which is free software) and print the document from there. For sharing a document that you want no changes to, this is a superior option to sending people an MS Word .doc (or .docx) file, which does not have its information "locked" onto virtual pages in the file.
Adobe PDF reader tends to print webdings/wingdings in its version 8 incarnation. Download FOXIT reader free from filehippo.com and try to print your document from that instead of Adobe. This nearly always fixes the problem. antosarmy