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printing problems in Word 6.0

Posted on 1997-09-22
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When I try and print a document with graphics inserted the graphic portion is blacked out on the printout, the graphic area is completely black.  The first print comand works fine but all the subsequent have problem.  I have to exit Word and re-open to print the document again.  Running on Novell network to HP Laserjet 4V.
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by:johnt082197
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You might have insufficient memory on the printer, or the queue file defined for that printer in Novell might be too small.

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I think that there is activated a command in sub-print window setting - up, which enables pictures not to be printed. The insufficient memory of the printer is so possible, but have you checked what the computer sends to the printer through the network? Try to print a photo from another graphic program if you have one. If the picture would not be print, you should chech the printer or the setting - up in Windows 95.
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by:eagleeye
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try something simple, in Word go to tools, then options, then print tab, make sure there is a check mark in the drawing objects box.
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