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Document printed on a network printer is very small.

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I am trying to print from my computer to a printer on another computer on the network and it results in printing the item, but zoomed out to about 2% of the original size... Any suggestions? I overviewed the printer settings and properties on both computers and they are at the defaults. The computer that the printer is attached can print normally. Any help is appreciated.

HP Photosmart 1215 Printer.
My computer's connection to the printer is through a wireless router which goes through a hub, then to the computer which the printer is connected to. (does that make sense?)
Both computers run the same MS Office software & I do have the proper drivers for the printer.
 
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did you try uninstalling / reinstalling that printer?
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wow, something so simple. i tried twice before but this time it worked....don't know what happend but thank you
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glad it worked out !
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