I have an HP 600 series inkjet that we are using to print to forms via a DOS application. The app is very simple -- just spews out lines of text with very little formatting beyond compressed print.
Problem is that down one page the text sneaks down so it is out of alignment by about 1/2 a line by the end of the page.
On all our HP 4P, 5P, 6L, 1100s it lines up nicely on the form. So it isn't the form that is out of kilter.
I thought most, if not all, printers stuck to a 60 or 66 lines per page standard? This is neither. Does this sound like a hardware problem or is there something odd about the HP inkjets that I don't know about?