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Why do some print outs of an adobe color document have random white blocks on it where the printer hasn't printed anything?

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When printing an adobe document to our color printer the print out comes out with tiny blocks of white where the printer has not printed anything.  The blocks are in random places.  Some people can print the same document fine while others experience the white blocks.  We are running windows XP, Print from CP3525n, and the drivers are HP Universal Printing PCL 6.  Drivers are on our print server.
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When you try to print the document, under the ADVANCED button there is an option to print as image.  This should resolve that problem.

No idea what causes it, but I have gotten around it that way.
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That worked.  Thanks!
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