Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
Get the download up again
it should be a pdf version download and that will come up on the screen with page 1/ number of pages
use the printer icon on the pdf page, click on that a print page will come up
tick the pages section and go print pages 1,3,5,7 etc until that last page
click on the print tab after making sure you have sufficient paper in the printer
when finisher pick up the lot of printed pages and reverse and invert back into the printer
no click back on the pdf printer icon and in the pages to print type in 2,4,6,8 etc until the last page
go print and it will complete the book
I feel that the problem is that by only printing one page at a time , you are using the file printer and not the pdf icon printer
Posted on May 01, 2017
If you are 101% sure that you have the paper size set correctly on the panel and that you have the orientation and zoom set as they should be then the answer is... you can't fix it.
If the machine is set correctly but fails to print the whole page then the main board in the machine is faulty and the only fix is either a new board or a new printer.
If your machine is in warranty then get Epson to replace it for you. If the warranty is out, then it probably is not economical to repair the machine, but you could get a quote from a local dealer just to check.
Sorry if it's bad news for you.
Posted on Feb 20, 2008
The paper tracking on the epson is not perfect. You may also notice that the paper can skew off / twist as it goes through, especially if printing on the rear side. Try printing a box aligned with all margins and you'll notice that it doesn't align with the paper edges.
a) The specific issue that you speak about can be compensated for in the "extended" settings on the prinproperties. You can "Offset the print" by a mm or so to adjust slight inconsistencies and get, for example two text frames to print back to back, lined up.
b) When printing the reverse side of paper, use in the general properties tab, paper type, "plain (back)". The printer then seems to compensate a bit for the fact that the now heated and curled paper needs to move through the mechanism.
Posted on Mar 24, 2008
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