HP psc 1210 not printing headers and footers.


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Richard Lane

When printing a page from either IE or Seamonkey browsers, Print Preview
shows the URL header etc and the footer shows page # of # and time and
date, the actual printout omits both the header and footer.
Page Setup has 0.7 margins all around and Title, Blank, URL header and
Page # of #, Blank and Date/Time footer. I suspect that in some cases
only "one layer" of a web page prints. The 1210 behaved normally until a
few days ago.
Should I uninstall the 1210 software and reinstall or is there some
printer configuration file that I can edit?
Dick
 
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Al

When printing a page from either IE or Seamonkey browsers, Print Preview
shows the URL header etc and the footer shows page # of # and time and
date, the actual printout omits both the header and footer.
Page Setup has 0.7 margins all around and Title, Blank, URL header and
Page # of #, Blank and Date/Time footer. I suspect that in some cases
only "one layer" of a web page prints. The 1210 behaved normally until a
few days ago.
Should I uninstall the 1210 software and reinstall or is there some
printer configuration file that I can edit?
Dick

Check the printer properties again to see if the page size is correct
and you are not trying to print something over 100%. Also, note
whether all the sides are printing. It's easy to miss a few letters on
the side when you are concentrating on the overall length.
 
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Richard Lane

Al said:
Check the printer properties again to see if the page size is correct
and you are not trying to print something over 100%. Also, note
whether all the sides are printing. It's easy to miss a few letters on
the side when you are concentrating on the overall length.
Al, I changed Page Setup|Format & Options|100% to Shrink to Fit and all
seems to be well even though I am indeed using 8.5"x11" paper. Thanks.
Dick
 
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Al

Al, I changed Page Setup|Format & Options|100% to Shrink to Fit and all
seems to be well even though I am indeed using 8.5"x11" paper. Thanks.
Dick

Just for kicks try printing it at a smaller percentage such as 75% and
see if those headers show up. Again, is it printing the full width?
Are all the letters at the sides showing up? Does this happen when you
print from a simple word processing application? I suspect you are
looking right at the solution in that property sheet. We all miss the
obvious at times. When in doubt, re-add the print drivers to reset
things as they were. I don't see how it could be a printer problem.
 

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