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Word 2010 Printing - Some document text omitted in print job

Posted on 2011-09-23
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When I print form MS Word (Office 2010) version, portion of text are dropped out of the print job.  That is, certain lines of text disappear.

Here are the environmental variables:

Using a new Server 2008 Print Server
Using Citrix Xen v.6
Problem only in Word 2010 version.
Possibly using RPCS drivers

Anyone experience anything like this?




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I have had some problems with Word 2010 not printing some text or embedded images. I corrected the problem by changing all my printer drivers to the PCL 6. That solved my problem.
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