[Solved] Increased Font now printer wont print any OO docs

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Re: Increased Font now printer wont print any OO docs

Postby RoryOF » Sun Dec 10, 2017 11:22 pm

Users of more recent Windows may recommend a quicker method of reinstall, but my preference is always to use the long way.
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Re: Increased Font now printer wont print any OO docs

Postby madeliner » Sun Dec 10, 2017 11:37 pm

I have HP 4480 printer.

Can I simply follow these instructions in regards to the driver?
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Re: Increased Font now printer wont print any OO docs

Postby Bill » Sun Dec 10, 2017 11:56 pm

That's up to you, but I'd go to the HP site and click the support link to download their latest software for Windows 10. I'm not familiar with the site in the ad you posted.
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Re: Increased Font now printer wont print any OO docs

Postby John_Ha » Mon Dec 11, 2017 12:57 pm

You need to fix the 0.0" x 0.0" - it should be showing you the proper page / paper size.

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Have you used the Printer Properties to set a Custom Paper Size to 0" x 0"? If you have I doubt the printer will print anything. Check all the Tabs in Printer Properties.

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What happens when you print from another application like email or a web browser? Open a PDF and try to print it - what page size does it show?
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