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  • iPhoto printing PDFs sideways

    - by Marcelo Cantos
    When I print to PDF from iPhoto (7.1.5), my scans (which are all portrait) all end up sideways in the PDF file. I've searched high and low for some setting that will alter this. The only one that I could find that would plausibly affect this is the Layout menu item in the Print customisation view, but this has no effect. Even rotating the images doesn't change it. Why is iPhoto printing my PDFs sideways, and how do I get it to stop?

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  • Printing data in Excel ver 14.0 in a maxed cell

    - by Zppy
    I have set the cell to the maximum size (column width of 255 and row height of 409.5). In order to view all of the data in the cell, I have to use up/down arrows. I don't need to necessarily view all of the data in the cell at one time, however I do need it to print, and it's only printing what's viewable (not what you can scroll through).....any suggestions on how to get the entire cell to print? Thanks!

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  • Testing IPP Printing with ipptool

    - by senloe
    I'm trying to send an IPP print job using the ipptool. Using the sample .test files, I can send commands to the printer, but I am unable to successfully use the print-job.test file. Here's an example using ipptool. c:\...>ipptool -v ipp://name.local.:631/ipp/printer print-job.test ipptool: Filename "$filename" on line 21 cannot be read. ipptool: Filename mapped to "". It looks like it's failing resolving the variable $filename within the test file so I attempted to hardcode this value in the test file. In this case I get no error, but still no print. Does anybody have any experience using ipptool to test ipp printing?

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  • Delay between printing via lp in opensuse

    - by adamweeks
    I am experiencing a 10-15 second delay when printing multiple documents to a barcode printer in opensuse. I have had the same setup on other systems with older versions of opensuse without any issue. The setup is as follows: The print queue is setup as a "generic with driver Raw Queue". The files being sent down to the printers are simple text files with the lp command: lp -dprinter1 /path/file The printer is a JetDirect compatible device (Intermec brand) with a standard 9100 port socket setup. If I send a multi-page document to the printer, it will print nonstop the multiple pages. If I send 2 or more text files down via separate "lp" commands, the delay will be there between each printout. I've tried multiple different printers and they all experience the same issue.

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  • Printing from a Linux using an Acer Aspire Netbook

    - by JoelFan
    A friend asked me to check why their Linux Acer Aspire netbook can't print to their HP printer. When I plugged in the USB cable, the a "balloon" popped up on the netbook saying it was installing the printer. But the printing does not work. I was able to get into a Settings area and click on Print Test Page but nothing happened. If it was Ubuntu, I would go into the Log File Viewer, but I couldn't find that on whatever Linux flavor the Acer is running. I couldn't even figure out how to get to a terminal (shell) window. I tried searching the HP and Acer sites but nothing seems to apply to this issue.

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  • Saving ink when printing?

    - by Walkerneo
    I need a map of the SMC campus, but I'm really sick of running out of ink after printing one thing and then having to pay ridiculous sums of money to buy more ink. The map is here: http://www.smc.edu/campusmap/images/SMC-2D-Map_12-Clr_9-10_crop.jpg I would print in black and white, but I'm wondering if there are any chrome or photoshop extensions, or even websites that transform the image into something more ink-conservative. For example, I don't need the buildings to be a solid color, or the roads to be gray, so it would be a tremendous waste of ink to print it as is. Anyone know anything like I'm talking about?

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  • Context is Hindi when printing line numbers in Word 2007

    - by Lessan Vaezi
    I'm trying to print a Word 2007 document with Line Numbering turned on, and in Word the document looks fine but when I print the document, the line numbers appear in Hindi script. See screenshots here: http://www.lessanvaezi.com/context-is-hindi-when-printing-line-numbers-in-word-2007/ I tried deleting my Normal template and allowing Word to create a new one, and testing using that, with no change. I also tried using different printers. The problem goes away if I choose Arabic instead of Context under Word Options - Advanced - Show Document Content / Numeral. However, I would like to keep this setting as Context. The question is, why is the default context of my document Hindi script? Is there a way to change this context?

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  • How do I stop CRM from asking for admin credentials when printing report

    - by Ac0ua
    Problem: When printing a report in CRM, I am asked by the UAC for admin credentials. There is a long URL: https://(crm_hostname)/reserved.ReportViewerWebcontrol.axd?ReportSession=(ID)ControlID=(ID)Culture=1333&UICulture=1033&ReportStack=1&OpType=PrintCab Info: There are three users that have the issue laied out here. They are not admins of any kind. It looks like it is asking for permission to allow SQL Server Reporting Services 2008 to run. When I put my credentials in, it just brings up the Print dialog box (this is fine, just stop asking for credentials). I know this might sound silly but I downloaded and installed "SQL Server Reporting Services 2008" hopping my credentials would give permission right from the beginning. Giving the users local admin, I was told is not an option. Note: I did post this on community (dot) dynamics (dot) com but, they are not a very active website. Thanks for any help even if it just points me in the right direction!

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  • Printing on Windows 8 64-Bit through Windows Server 2008 (32 Bit) RemoteApp

    - by Chris
    We have a network where our server is running on Windows Server 2008 (32 Bit) and a client computer is running on Windows 8.1 (64 bit) with a local printer attached to the client. The printer is an HP P1006. The remote app works well but when trying to print we get an odd "error 545". We have tried both using the "connect client printer" function in remoteapp and also making the printer shared over the network and printing to it via the network from within the remoteapp. Nothing works. We can print a test page from the server to the client computer just fine, but it seems from remoteapp we cannot. We have also tried installing the 32 bit drivers on the 64 bit machine as both the primary and secondary drivers but cannot get them to install. Suggestions please? We've been going crazy over this issue.

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  • Dos-based printing from NT to unix/linux.

    - by SHW
    I need help for the below mentioned scenario: A Dot-matrix printer is physically connected to the Linux machine ( e.g. Ubuntu-10.04 , it can be any unix/linux flavour) From this linux machine, when I take a RDP to the Windows NT-4.0 TS, I run the DOS-based application. Now I want to print few pages from this DOS-based application to the Ubuntu's printer, When I am in RDP-Session. When I followed the samba-printing documentation, I am able to print from GUI-based apps like Notepad, MS WORD and so forth; but not able to print from the command prompt of Windows. Any idea how to do this ? [ WINDOWS MACHINE IS STRICTLY NT-4.0 2000 TS ]

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  • Printer stops printing at page 138, every time.

    - by ghostz00
    I'm printing invoices from quickbooks premier 2009 and I have around 300 to print. But the job always fails at 138. It doesn't give any error messages, the print dialog box just disappears. and quickbooks acts like nothing was printed. The printer is a lexmark color laser c544n on windows xp sp3. It's pretty new. I've tried reinstalling the driver as well as change the way it spools (sending it directly to the printer). But nothing seems to work.

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  • Have OS X send wake on lan before printing to shared printer

    - by Dean Hill
    I have a MacBook that prints to a shared Windows 7 printer. Sometimes the Windows machine is asleep, and the Mac will just queue up its print requests. I recently created a script to send a wake-on-lan packet to a Windows 7 machine. This wakes up the Windows machine and printing starts. Great, but I think the system can be automated en Is it possible to have the MacBook run the wake-on-lan script everytime something is printed? Stated more generally, can I have the OS X print subsystem execute a script everytime something is printed?

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  • How to avoid printing nearly blank pages?

    - by joelarson
    How many times have you printed an email just to have the last page be 2 or 3 lines of a person's signature (or worse, the "This is confidential" copy inserted by corporate mailservers)? How many times has the last page contained just the footer of the website? Does anyone know of a utility or print driver that can help avoid printing blank or nearly-blank pages? I am not looking for techniques for avoiding this in specific programs -- if I take the effort of doing print preview and then adjusting the pages to be printed, then of course I can avoid it. What I want something I can install that, whenever I push "Print" to any of the various printers I print to with my laptop, it automatically says "hmmm... I bet he doesn't really want that page which is 95% empty" and possibly prompts me to say "do you really want to waste paper on this?"

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  • locally logged on a domain joined Win 7 = no authentication prompt so no printing

    - by lyngsie
    We have problems with Win 7 PC's when the user only log on locally on (a domain joined) PC, but still use the Windows printserver. Installed printers suddently stop working and seem to appear offline. In Windows XP the (logged on locally) user would be prompted to autheticate to the domain when printing, but in Windows 7 this feature seem to be faulty or not implemented. I assume the problem is a timeout on the Kerberos ticket. Of course the user has to authenticate to install the printer from the printserver, and that works fine, but in time the authenticaton stops, and no prompt appear. Any suggestions how we can "force" a prompt to authenticate like it happened in XP?

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  • TextPad printing to incorrect printer

    - by TecBrat
    I have tried to find an answer on Google, and searched SU, but have not found anything on this particular issue. I Looked for a setting in the TextPad menu and didn't see anything that seemed relevant. I have 2 networked printers that are the same model. (HP LaserJet 2200 Series PCL 5) One is near me and the other is across the building. The one near me is my default. It seems that TextPad remembers the last printer used and defaults to it rather than printing to the system default, so when I force it to print to my default printer once, the problem is solved until I decide to print to the other printer for some reason. If I don't remember the problem, and specifically print a job to the nearby printer to correct it, I'll end up either wasting paper or wasting trips across the building to pick up printjobs that got printed there by accident. Has anyone else noticed this problem? Is there a solution?

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  • Network printing -- setting up and printing over network using Mac OS X

    - by crippledlambda
    I've connected a USB printer to a Mac OS X (10.4) machine -- this computer is connected to a network with a registered IP address -- and enabled sharing through the System Preferences setting (under "Shared" and "Print & Fax". Is this printer shared through the Bonjour or CUPS protocol (does it matter that I know)? How do I sent a print job to this computer (also from a 10.4 OS X machine)? It does not show up in the list of printers in the Default Network when I go to "add printer"; do I need to do anything else (on either machine)? Thanks much!

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  • Printing fails after first print with Centos 6 and HP LaserJet P3015dn printer

    - by Gavin Simpson
    Centos 6 recognises and configures a HP LaserJet P3015dn printer connected via USB. This machine is being configured as a small group file/print server. I can print a test page, which is processed/printed correctly. The next time printing is attempted (say printing a second test page), the page is not printed and the printer is set to disabled. The status of the printer is stated as: Stopped - /usr/lib/cups/backend/hp failed in the printer configuration dialogue. /var/log/cups/error_log contains this information (first two lines were there prior to the failed print job) E [24/Jun/2004:09:12:57 +0100] Returning HTTP Forbidden for Resume-Printer (ipp://localhost/printers/HP-LaserJet-P3010-Series) from localhost E [24/Jun/2004:09:20:59 +0100] Returning HTTP Forbidden for CUPS-Delete-Printer (ipp://localhost/printers/HP-LaserJet-P3010-Series) from localhost D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] The following messages were recorded from 09:36:43 AM to 09:37:28 AM D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] Adding start banner page "none". D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] Adding end banner page "none". D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] File of type application/vnd.cups-banner queued by "gavin". D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] hold_until=0 D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] Queued on "HP-LaserJet-P3010-Series" by "gavin". D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] job-sheets=none,none D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] argv[0]="HP-LaserJet-P3010-Series" D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] argv[1]="28" D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] argv[2]="gavin" D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] argv[3]="Test Page" D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] argv[4]="1" D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] argv[5]="job-uuid=urn:uuid:b3370a97-4ab6-3451-40a2-6239b13fa3e1 job-originating-host-name=localhost" D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] argv[6]="/var/spool/cups/d00028-001" D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] envp[0]="CUPS_CACHEDIR=/var/cache/cups" D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] envp[1]="CUPS_DATADIR=/usr/share/cups" D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] envp[2]="CUPS_DOCROOT=/usr/share/cups/www" D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] envp[3]="CUPS_FONTPATH=/usr/share/cups/fonts" D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] envp[4]="CUPS_REQUESTROOT=/var/spool/cups" D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] envp[5]="CUPS_SERVERBIN=/usr/lib/cups" D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] envp[6]="CUPS_SERVERROOT=/etc/cups" D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] envp[7]="CUPS_STATEDIR=/var/run/cups" D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] envp[8]="HOME=/var/spool/cups/tmp" D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] envp[9]="PATH=/usr/lib/cups/filter:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/bin:/usr/bin" D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] envp[10]="[email protected]" D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] envp[11]="SOFTWARE=CUPS/1.4.2" D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] envp[12]="TMPDIR=/var/spool/cups/tmp" D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] envp[13]="USER=root" D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] envp[14]="CUPS_SERVER=/var/run/cups/cups.sock" D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] envp[15]="CUPS_ENCRYPTION=IfRequested" D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] envp[16]="IPP_PORT=631" D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] envp[17]="CHARSET=utf-8" D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] envp[18]="LANG=en_US.UTF-8" D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] envp[19]="PPD=/etc/cups/ppd/HP-LaserJet-P3010-Series.ppd" D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] envp[20]="RIP_MAX_CACHE=8m" D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] envp[21]="CONTENT_TYPE=application/vnd.cups-banner" D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] envp[22]="DEVICE_URI=hp:/usb/HP_LaserJet_P3010_Series?serial=VNBV993GM4" D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] envp[23]="PRINTER_INFO=Hewlett-Packard HP LaserJet P3010 Series" D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] envp[24]="PRINTER_LOCATION=electra.geog.ucl.ac.uk" D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] envp[25]="PRINTER=HP-LaserJet-P3010-Series" D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] envp[26]="CUPS_FILETYPE=document" D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] envp[27]="FINAL_CONTENT_TYPE=application/vnd.cups-postscript" D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] Started filter /usr/lib/cups/filter/bannertops (PID 2858) D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] Started filter /usr/lib/cups/filter/pstops (PID 2859) D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] Started backend /usr/lib/cups/backend/hp (PID 2860) D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] load_banner(filename="/var/spool/cups/d00028-001") D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] Page = 612x792; 12,12 to 600,780 D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] Page = 612x792; 12,12 to 600,780 D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] slow_collate=0, slow_duplex=0, slow_order=0 D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] Before copy_comments - %!PS-Adobe-3.0 D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] %!PS-Adobe-3.0 D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] %%BoundingBox: 12 12 600 780 D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] %cupsRotation: 0 D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] %%Creator: bannertops/CUPS v1.4.2 D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] %%CreationDate: Thu 24 Jun 2004 09:36:43 AM BST D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] %%LanguageLevel: 2 D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] %%DocumentData: Clean7Bit D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] %%Title: (Test Page) D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] %%For: (gavin) D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] %%Pages: 1 D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] %%DocumentSuppliedResources: font Monospace D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] %%+ font Monospace-Bold D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] %%+ font Monospace-BoldOblique D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] %%+ font Monospace-Oblique D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] %%EndComments D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] Before copy_prolog - %%BeginProlog D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] STATE: +connecting-to-device D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] prnt/backend/hp.c 762: ERROR: cannot open channel PRINT D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] Backend returned status 1 (failed) D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] Printer stopped due to backend errors; please consult the error_log file for details. D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] End of messages D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] printer-state=5(stopped) D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] printer-state-message="/usr/lib/cups/backend/hp failed" D [24/Jun/2004:09:37:28 +0100] [Job 28] printer-state-reasons=paused /var/log/messages contains the following reports associated with the recognition of the printer and the failed print job: Jun 24 09:35:07 electra kernel: usb 1-8: new high speed USB device using ehci_hcd and address 2 Jun 24 09:35:07 electra kernel: usb 1-8: New USB device found, idVendor=03f0, idProduct=8d17 Jun 24 09:35:07 electra kernel: usb 1-8: New USB device strings: Mfr=1, Product=2, SerialNumber=3 Jun 24 09:35:07 electra kernel: usb 1-8: Product: HP LaserJet P3010 Series Jun 24 09:35:07 electra kernel: usb 1-8: Manufacturer: Hewlett-Packard Jun 24 09:35:07 electra kernel: usb 1-8: SerialNumber: VNBV993GM4 Jun 24 09:35:07 electra kernel: usb 1-8: configuration #1 chosen from 1 choice Jun 24 09:35:07 electra kernel: usblp0: USB Bidirectional printer dev 2 if 0 alt 1 proto 2 vid 0x03F0 pid 0x8D17 Jun 24 09:35:07 electra kernel: usbcore: registered new interface driver usblp Jun 24 09:35:07 electra udev-configure-printer: invalid or missing IEEE 1284 Device ID Jun 24 09:35:08 electra hp[1942]: io/hpmud/pp.c 627: unable to read device-id ret=-1 Jun 24 09:35:09 electra python: io/hpmud/pp.c 627: unable to read device-id ret=-1 Jun 24 09:35:51 electra kernel: usblp0: removed Jun 24 09:37:28 electra hp[2860]: io/hpmud/dot4.c 254: unable to read Dot4ReverseReply data: Resource temporarily unavailable exp=2 act=0 Jun 24 09:37:28 electra hp[2860]: io/hpmud/dot4.c 330: invalid DOT4InitReply: cmd=0, result=20#012, revision=0 Jun 24 09:37:28 electra hp[2860]: prnt/backend/hp.c 762: ERROR: cannot open channel PRINT I am now at a loss as to how to proceed to get this printer working on my Centos machine. How can I configure the machine to print more than a single print job without needing to be unplugged/plugged in repeatedly?

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  • MultiView 2000 terminal emulator not printing correctly to Generic/Text Printer on Windows 7

    - by FantaFan
    Guys & gals, Hope someone can shed some light on this. I am downloading reports from an AIX-based system by directing them to a TT printer which the terminal emulator (MultiView 2000) intercepts and directs to the default printer on the local system. This local printer is configured as a vanilla Generic/Text printer attached to a FILE port. When I print from AIX, the output is spooled down and the local printer prompts for a file name into which to save the file...but not under Windows 7. This has worked fine for many years, on both Win2K and WinXP. However, on Windows 7 the output gets spooled as a file into spool\PRINTERS (and looks as expected) but the print job then hangs with a status of "Error - Printing" and never prompts for a file name. I have to cancel the job. The Generic/Text printer works as expected with other applications. I have tried setting the printer to print directly rather than spooling but this only serves to hang the terminal session too. I've also tried to run the emulator in Windows 2000 Compatibility Mode and as Administrator in case it was something like that but with no luck. As you might expect, it does work fine in XP Mode (as long as I print to a printer defined therein and not the host's printer) but operationally this isn't going to be an option. Obviously this emulation software is a decade old (at least) and I could just cross/upgrade all the users (at a cost) but, before I do so, has anyone seen this sort of behaviour before and found some sort of fix? Remote OS: AIX 5 Client OS: Windows 7 Pro (32-bit) Printer: Generic/Text on a FILE port TE Software: MultiView 2000 (320-bit) Thanks in advance.

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  • MICR / Check printing

    - by drewk
    I want to print my own checks on blank stock from Quicken and QuickBooks. To do so, I need a virtual driver that intercepts the print output from Quicken formats the fields properly, and adds the MICR text at the bottom of the check. This is for Windows 7 or OS X. I have looked at the following: CHAX Works, but crashes a LOT. Not giving me confidence. It is also expensive. VersaCheck Looks promising but looks like it suffers severe feature bloat. I just want to print check and deposit slips, thank you. Ganson Is only for high volume really. It is also designed for batch use vs I just want to print to a virtual printer. More than $2500. GnuMICR is more of a science project. Not yet ready to use and has not been updated for years. There are a lot of solutions on the web, so please don't just google for me. I am looking for specific experience with good solid check printing solution. Thanks!!!

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  • Windows 7 Printing Issue

    - by Adrian Godong
    I am using Windows 7 RTM x64. From Control Panel Devices and Printers, I have three printers listed; Fax, XPS Writer, and a Lexmark. I can print a test page through the printer properties with no problem. I can print a text file from Notepad with no problem. I can't print from Safari. When I press Ctrl+P, it displays the Print dialog, press OK and nothing happened. I can't print from Adobe Reader. When I press Ctrl+P, it complains that it there is no printer installed. I can't print from Office applications. When I press Ctrl+P, it crashes immediately. Running Office Diagnostics does not help. I can't print from IE8. When I press Ctrl+P, it displays the Print dialog, complains that I have to select a printer from the list, selected any of the three printers, the Print button is disabled. Any help? Update (01/11/2009): The default printer is the Lexmark. I'm testing on this one as well. I was about to reinstall Office (as this is the first application that has the problem), but then I tried other, some behave similarly but not identical (maybe caused by different printing implementation). On those applications that is able to display printer selection dialog, I tried the Lexmark and XPS. Neither printed anything (paper for Lexmark, file for XPS). Update (01/12/2009): It seems that my Windows installation is botched. A colleague have similar hardware/software combination (it's the same workstation model and Windows 7 x64) and his can print perfectly fine. I tried adding the printer from his share, no joy. I can test print from the printer property, I can print from Notepad, but not from any other application.

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  • All applications quit when printing on imac OS X 10.5.8

    - by Tamany
    I recently ran a software update. I'm not sure if my problems are associated with this but I'm pretty sure they are as I printed successfully before update. I checked the log at time of printing: 03/05/2010 22:03:15 Microsoft Word[697] *** -[NSCFString _getValue:forType:]: unrecognized selector sent to instance 0x17a82b50 03/05/2010 22:03:15 [0x0-0x51051].com.microsoft.Word[697] Ignoring Quickdraw drawing between QDBeginCGContext and QDEndCGContext 03/05/2010 22:03:16 [0x0-0x51051].com.microsoft.Word[697] Ignoring Quickdraw drawing between QDBeginCGContext and QDEndCGContext 03/05/2010 22:03:16 [0x0-0x51051].com.microsoft.Word[697] Ignoring Quickdraw drawing between QDBeginCGContext and QDEndCGContext 03/05/2010 22:03:16 [0x0-0x51051].com.microsoft.Word[697] Ignoring Quickdraw drawing between QDBeginCGContext and QDEndCGContext 03/05/2010 22:03:16 [0x0-0x51051].com.microsoft.Word[697] Ignoring Quickdraw drawing between QDBeginCGContext and QDEndCGContext 03/05/2010 22:03:16 [0x0-0x51051].com.microsoft.Word[697] Ignoring Quickdraw drawing between QDBeginCGContext and QDEndCGContext 03/05/2010 22:03:17 [0x0-0x51051].com.microsoft.Word[697] Mon May 3 22:03:17 leopards-imac-2.local Word[697] <Error>: The function `CGPDFDocumentGetMediaBox' is obsolete and will be removed in an upcoming update. Unfortunately, this application, or a library it uses, is using this obsolete function, and is thereby contributing to an overall degradation of system performance. Please use `CGPDFPageGetBoxRect' instead. 03/05/2010 22:22:09 Microsoft Word[697] *** -[NSCFString _getValue:forType:]: unrecognized selector sent to instance 0x1b036500 Any thoughts on how to fix this?

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  • Printing on Windows 8 with PDF viewer (Adobe Reader) from network

    - by Bongo
    i have a problem with the Adobe Reader 8, but the problem seems to be equally bad with other pdf viewers. Here is the configuration: My PDF viewer is located on network drive "Z:" which is the network adress \dgs-main\progs. I tried to start the adobe reader from here - \\dgs-main\progs\Adobe\Reader 8.0\Reader\AcroRd32.exe and open the PDF from here - C:\Users\ServiceDesk\AppData\Local\Temp\GeneratedPDF.pdf The problem is as follows, if i open the PDF with a local PDF viewer everything works fine and i can print the document. If i open the PDF with the Network PDF viewer then it opens, but printing is impossible. The error message states: "Unable to start print job. Is printer available?" As mentioned above, it works with a local pdf viewer. In both cases i use the same printer. The Printer is a network printer but even with a local printer it fails. The error occurs only on Windows 8 machines. On windows 7 it works fine. I Hope somebody can tell me what the problem is. Thanks in advance and have a fine day.

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  • All applications quit when printing on Mac OS X 10.5.8

    - by Tamany
    I recently ran a software update. I'm not sure if my problems are associated with this but I'm pretty sure they are as I printed successfully before update. I checked the log at time of printing: 03/05/2010 22:03:15 Microsoft Word[697] *** -[NSCFString _getValue:forType:]: unrecognized selector sent to instance 0x17a82b50 03/05/2010 22:03:15 [0x0-0x51051].com.microsoft.Word[697] Ignoring Quickdraw drawing between QDBeginCGContext and QDEndCGContext 03/05/2010 22:03:16 [0x0-0x51051].com.microsoft.Word[697] Ignoring Quickdraw drawing between QDBeginCGContext and QDEndCGContext 03/05/2010 22:03:16 [0x0-0x51051].com.microsoft.Word[697] Ignoring Quickdraw drawing between QDBeginCGContext and QDEndCGContext 03/05/2010 22:03:16 [0x0-0x51051].com.microsoft.Word[697] Ignoring Quickdraw drawing between QDBeginCGContext and QDEndCGContext 03/05/2010 22:03:16 [0x0-0x51051].com.microsoft.Word[697] Ignoring Quickdraw drawing between QDBeginCGContext and QDEndCGContext 03/05/2010 22:03:16 [0x0-0x51051].com.microsoft.Word[697] Ignoring Quickdraw drawing between QDBeginCGContext and QDEndCGContext 03/05/2010 22:03:17 [0x0-0x51051].com.microsoft.Word[697] Mon May 3 22:03:17 leopards-imac-2.local Word[697] <Error>: The function `CGPDFDocumentGetMediaBox' is obsolete and will be removed in an upcoming update. Unfortunately, this application, or a library it uses, is using this obsolete function, and is thereby contributing to an overall degradation of system performance. Please use `CGPDFPageGetBoxRect' instead. 03/05/2010 22:22:09 Microsoft Word[697] *** -[NSCFString _getValue:forType:]: unrecognized selector sent to instance 0x1b036500 Any thoughts on how to fix this?

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  • QR Codes Printing, but Not Printing Correctly - Any Ideas?

    - by SDS
    I am mail merging some QR codes via file paths stored in Excel into a label template in MS Word 2013. I have the whole process with the Ctrl+F9 working properly, but I am stumped on this: On the 30 label sheet I am trying to print I have 6 labels that are repeating information, and stored in duplicated rows in Excel for this print job. All of the labels have 2 images on them, one is a logo and the other one is a unique QR code for that person. For the first set of 6 labels that print out, everything works perfect. However, from the 2nd time the information is printed onward all of the merged fields and logo look correct, but the QR codes are printing strangely. Basically it's the QR code as I want it, but with a copy of itself covering the top left 25% of the QR code. Print preview doesn't show this happening, only once it's printed does it come out like this. I've been trying everything I can think of to fix this and don't know what to do. So far I've: Recreated the document several times, tried duplicating the images in the source folder and giving the links in the Excel document new file paths in case the mail merge feeding from the same .jpg was an issue (even though it's not a problem with the logo) Any help or insight is greatly appreciate because this is a test run for a larger batch run that I need to get done soon :( Thank you!

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