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A printer is a peripheral which makes a persistent human readable representation of graphics or text on paper or similar physical media. Traditional printers are being used more for special purposes, like printing photographs or artwork, and are no longer a must-have peripheral; 3D printing has become an area of intense interest, allowing the creation of physical objects. An image scanner is a device that optically scans images, printed text, handwriting, or an object, and converts it to a digital image. Hand-held scanners, where the device is moved by hand, have evolved from text scanning "wands" to 3D scanners used for industrial design, reverse engineering, test and measurement, orthotics, gaming and other applications.

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Hi, I was looking for a way to print to Neat.  I use the online version, the old desktop version had the print to neat, but I can't find it in the online one.

Thanks all
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I want to share printer in windows 10  
After I try to connect to the printer that connect to windows 10 pc  this image is appear
 I never set any user name and password in  the computer that my printer is connect to
Please help
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Fujitsu N7100 setup complications.   I want my buttons to look like its predecessor illustrated here.

Fujitsu Best Practice Buttons
However, this is my default menu when I setup the Fujitsu N7100 Network Scanner

Save
Also, there should be no prompts following pressing one of the buttons to send to a computer but as you as see here, this is my next prompt...

buttons3.PNG

Followed by another unnecessary prompt to save.   How do streamline this interface so it's one push of a computer I select and it's auto sent to the computer's share?

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Hi experts,

My printer has seen some better days; its not working right now and I need to sign a pdf document and email it to a coworker.

How can I digitally sign a pdf document?

Is there a free option?

Thank you.
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Hi,

I need to replace the fuser of a printer (Samsung CLP-680ND)

Somebody has the link for it please.

Thanks,
tjie
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Are non-Canon Inkjet ink cartridges worth the risk?
I need new inkjet cartridges for my PIXMA MS922 and there are several brands available on amazon.
Is there a blog or evaluation web site that tested the non-Canon brands out? I don't want to ruin a new printer.
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Problem printing two half-pages on one side of the paper.

I am creating a flier that is 5.5 X 8.5, two sided, and wanted to use Word to force myself to make two halves on the page. That works and is done.

But, I am having trouble printing it. I want both sides on the single side, side-by-side, of a Letter sides page. Then I can flip the printed pages and pass is through the printer again, and print it a second time with the same Word document.

How do I do this?

I hope I do not need to lay this out again.

I would consider printing each page to a PDG then using Adobe Acrobat CC to merge into the two into one document.

Can anyone help explain my options?

Thanks.
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I have a group of clients that use a specific group of computers.  When they print from these computers I want to have an employee to view, approve and authorize the print job prior to the printer actually printing.  These clients change every 90-120 days so I would like it to be computer, not user, based.  Any suggestions would be helpful.
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HI,

I have a new Xerox AltaLink C8035 and when users try to print a company document (with a header with the company logo) it cuts out part of the logo.

I have tried printing the document on my own laptop and it prints fine.

I have checked printer settings and print preferences on the users systems and the settings look almost the same as mine, but some setting is resulting in the logo not fully printing, it cuts off the right hand side of the logo.

I tried centering the logo in the header, but this made no difference, it still chopped off the right hand side of the logo.

Can you please advise which setting in particular I should be looking at?

Many thanks in advance.
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Here is how Microsoft Picture Manager would print (4) 3 1/2 x 5 inch.
We need the child's photo where the red circle is and text where the three lines are. In other words MPM is printing them with a portrait view and we need landscape view since our cards are going to be 3 1/3 x 5.
That is one issue. The other is how to us Word to create the 3 1/2 x 5 inch image. Word is also a portrait view.

If we can not print using MPM to get 4 out of one sheet well we'll have to only get 2 out of one sheet.
Print them without using MPM and just print the page from Word, etc. and have (2) 3 1/2 x 5 inch images and cut them into the 2 cards we desire. no problem if that is the easiest way, just forget trying to get (4) 3.5 x 5 on one page.

I've spent some time on Word and have tried one table, two columns, etc. I can not get the 4 lines of text to the left or right of the child's photo. I can copy past the photo but can not get the cursor to the top to enter the text (short bio of the child).

Obviously the child's photo is too large but once we have the exact photo we will crop it to fit a space of maybe 2 inches wide and 3 tall. The child's photo would occupy 2 x 3 of the left or right side of the 3.5 x 5 card. The rest which is 3 x 3.5 would be the field where we enter the text.


This is what I'm after but not so square. It needs to be like a 3x5 index card or 3 1/2 x 5. The photo can be on the left or right.

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Word 2013 is printing addresses vertically on envelopes which is wrong and should print horizontally to a Ricoh 5055 MP printer copier.
The drivers are correct on the Windows 2008r2 print server that is being used.

When users setup the envelope print options, they click reset and the envelope setting changes to the correct setting, and will print continuous envelopes correctly,
However when they login to there workstation the next day, the settings change and the addresses print incorrectly again.

How can I make the setting in Word stay to the correct setting.

Thank You
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Windows 10 Home giving error message of "unable to create print job" on Ricoh MP C2003.

Users were able to use the printer fine until upgrade to Windows update 1803. Printer was, in fact, removed as a listed printer in control panel after update.

Have tried the following:

Removed all previous printer drivers
Restarted Print Spooler
Removed ports which were remaining from previous installation
Re-installed printer using both windows out of the box drivers, generic PCL6 drivers, and latest Ricoh drivers
Disabled bi-directional printing
(repeated removing  ports and drivers each time when trying a different driver, restarting spooler each time).
No files are appearing in the print folder so not able to delete any.
Changed permissions in print folder using cacls.exe PRINTERS /E /G administrator:C


Am able to browse to the printer page and no errors are showing. Can also ping printer. Printer also appears with green icon in devices and printers with no jobs in queue. No erros are showing in event viewer.
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network printer
residential internet
only 3 computers connected windows 10

where are the pages that have not been printed yet
the print queue

printer still needs to print a page
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I often need to determine the IP address of printers that are mapped to Windows 10 computer using WSD.

What is the best method for doing this?

Is this IP address stored somewhere within Windows 10 (such as the registry) where it can be looked up?
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What are the steps necessary to disable SNMP polling on a Kyocera TASKalfa 3051ci network printer?

I have logged onto this printer within a web browser using its IP address but I'm not sure where to go to disable the SNMP polling.

Attached is the manual for this printer.

TASKalfa_3051ci...Re_03_-ENG-.pdf
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An organization I am working at has an issue where Windows 10 users are sometimes intermittently disconnected from a Kyocera TASKalfa 3051ci network printer.

The users are connected to this printer both by its IP address and through a second connection using a shared print queue on the domain controller.

When these users are disconnected the printer remains visible within Windows and Windows applications such as Office and Adobe Acrobat (but will be grayed out). When this issue occurs it affects only one computer at a time and all other computes in the office remain connected to and are able to print to this network printer.

This can happen both while users are connected to the Wi-Fi network and while they are connected with an Ethernet network cable.

All computers within my organization are joined to the Server 2016 Active Directory domain.

To fix this issue the printer will need to be deleted from within the Printer applet and then re-added on the user's computers. Or the issue can be fixed by rebooting the computer.

This issue doesn't occur very often but when it does it provides an annoyance especially for the users who don't know how to delete and then re-add the network printer.

What can be done to fix this issue so that these user's Windows 10 computers will stop disconnecting from this network printer?
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Hi Experts,

I purchased MFC-9130CW a year ago, and I'm still using the original Toners.  I got "Toner Low" message, but I found online how to reset them, and they are printing just fine.

Can anyone tell me if it damages the printer if I keep doing this until I see the quality decline?
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I have a print server running Windows 2016 which I have installed specific drivers from HP for our DesignJet T930 plotter.  There are 3 flavors of drivers all of which are shared:
HPGL/2 which is a V3 driver
PCL3 & Post Script which are V4 drivers

Due to the small number of users in various departments connecting to this plotter, I am connecting them manually.  "Start Run" "\\Servername" - then right click and "connect".  The clients are running Windows 10.

Instead of installing the driver located on the Print Server, Windows 10 insists on grabbing the featureless version from Windows update.  The Windows update version is considered a later version - of course by Microsoft not by HP.  The HP versions are installed and running fine on the Server.

By change would anyone know how to change this behavior in Windows 10 or force Window 10 to install the version from the Server.

Thank you.
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A client has several hundred photographs that they would like to have scanned.
Is there a reliable service, preferably in the New York City area, that they can take these photos to, that wouldn't be too expensive?

Thanks.
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I have this really annoying issue that I can't figure out by myself and the Ricoh support is useless. I have Ricoh 3503 copiers(but I have the same issue on other Ricoh models too). Whenever I try to print from Windows 10 'Photos' or Edge, the print job gets stuck in the queue and the only way to remove it is by stopping/starting the 'Print Spooler' on the server and cleaning the 'spool' folder. That causes major issues with jobs getting stuck in the queue and staff losing their print jobs.

Windows 10  1709 and 1803.

Any help would be highly appreciated.
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I have a location with an Epson WorkForce Pro WF-R5690 printer on their network and I can't connect to the web management interface to adjust some settings.

I can ping the printer easily and I can install the printer with no issues on all the PC's on the network.  When I try to access the web management interface by typing the IP into a browser (IE11, Mozilla Firefox, Chrome) it just times out and won't connect.  This happens with all computers on the network.

I disabled the ESET antivirus and still have the same issue.  I brought a small Netgear hub in and connected the printer to it along with my laptop (so they were all off the main network and on their own "network") just to see if there was something else on their network preventing it from working, but I had the same result when trying to connect.

I am not sure what is happening, I never had an issue like this before and other printers in this location were always accessible via web browser.

Any ideas what may be causing this to occur?  I couldn't find any local settings on the printer that look like it would prevent connecting.

Thanks!
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I had this question after viewing Printing on Network Dot Matrix Printer from MS Dos based program in XP.

What if LPT1 is already disabled from device manager, and still we are not able to give print from dos on dot matrix printer on network.
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I have a deployed printer for x64 on Windows server2012.  How do I add drivers to the same printer deployment?  (x32, mac)
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adding a Xerox WorkCentre 7830 to a synology 218j NAS to scan to folder

they are all on a workgroup

when I scan it just deletes the scan job and doesn't go through. I am scanning with SMB and port 445 I opened the ports on the synology.

here are the setting I put.snap shot of the Scan setting in Xerox
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I am deploying a printer via gpo.  Before I create the GPO,  should I initially install it on the server as a local printer?  Or, should I install it to a standard TCP/IP port and share it.
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Printers and Scanners

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A printer is a peripheral which makes a persistent human readable representation of graphics or text on paper or similar physical media. Traditional printers are being used more for special purposes, like printing photographs or artwork, and are no longer a must-have peripheral; 3D printing has become an area of intense interest, allowing the creation of physical objects. An image scanner is a device that optically scans images, printed text, handwriting, or an object, and converts it to a digital image. Hand-held scanners, where the device is moved by hand, have evolved from text scanning "wands" to 3D scanners used for industrial design, reverse engineering, test and measurement, orthotics, gaming and other applications.