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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 102861 24-May-2012 12:23
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Hello,

not sure I am in the right forum bit but I will forge on anyway,

I have a client with WIN7 Pro running office 2007 Pro ad for some reason when they print an email directly from file print it sends anywhere from 40 to 140 pages of mess to the printer,

Tried drivers and all that carry on but still does the same thing, it prints everything else perfectly on the machine, I have removed and reinstalled office, done all sorts of things but still no cure,

anyone struck this or know of a cure?

Cheers

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 629825 24-May-2012 12:25
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i have seen that with post script drivers in the past, do you know if you are using PCL drivers or PS drivers?



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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 629827 24-May-2012 12:29
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it had a UFR driver which I changed to PCL 6 then 5 and nothing seemed to change, it is a canon printer even the canon tech couldn't resolve the issue

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 629829 24-May-2012 12:33
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is it on a domain? or just a standalone pc?

have you tried another user?

do you get the same results?



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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 629857 24-May-2012 13:31
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its on a domain, haven't tried another user as yet, just seems weird that it is only effecting one way of printing

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