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To create an iteractive game by using parts of printer

The different parts of the printer are given. I can move this parts,but cannot match appropriate position of these parts such that it could create a printer. Please help me.

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Printing mixed up stuff in the same space without moving the paper means the data is garbled but gives no clue to whether the garbling is due to the printer or to the computer.

Assuming you have only one printer, does it behave exactly the same way with all documents? Does it make any difference what application made the document? Does it make any difference whether you try to print a new document or one that's previously been Saved then Closed and edited?

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