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I recently upgraded to Windows 98 & now I cant print anything from Microsoft Publisher 97. All I can print out is garbage. Other programs print fine. Is Windows 98 & Publisher 97 compatible?
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by:mammalow
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by:JBURGHARDT
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Did you try to install win98 drivers for your printer?
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by:dankh
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Mamma,

   MS has a printing troubleshooter for Publisher--check it out:

http://support.microsoft.com/support/tshoot/printtshoot3.asp


JB:
How did that warez stuff go?
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by:computercom
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I run Windows 98 with Publisher '97 with no problems.
The printers I use are a Kyocera 1500 & HP 690C - both work ok!

I would re-install Publisher and make sure your printer is setup properly with Pub print setup

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Sorry guys, already have tried all suggestions. The printer is a Canon Multipass C2500.
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MacDuffie earned 100 total points
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Canon posted new drivers for the Multipass units on their website in late September.  That's www.ccsi.com
You won't be able to print until you install them.
Patty
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