i can not print a single document...HELLLLLLLLLLLLPPPPPPPPPPPPP.

Discussion in 'Microsoft Powerpoint' started by Guest, Feb 24, 2007.

  1. Guest

    Guest Guest

    I HAVE TRIED TO PRINT DOCUMENTS SINCE GETTING RE-CONNECTED TO THE NET AND I
    HAVE SUCCEEDED IN DOING THIS ONLY ON 2 SEPERATE OCCASIONS. I HAVE CHECKED THE
    HARD WARE, I HAVE CHECKEC THE HUB PORTS AND USB PORTS AND THEY TELL ME THAT
    THEY ARE WORKING CORRECTLY, YET WHEN EVER I GO TO PRINT A DOCUMENT OF ANY
    KIND, IT SAYS " PROBLEMS COMMUNICATING WITH THE PRINTER" sorry lower case
    again. me fat fingers getting in the way of the keys.

    is there anyone out there who can help me with this problem? i will be
    forever in your debt if you can!!!!!!!!!!!lol
     
    Guest, Feb 24, 2007
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    Ute Simon Guest

    I HAVE TRIED TO PRINT DOCUMENTS SINCE GETTING RE-CONNECTED TO THE NET AND I

    DON'T SHOUT! Restart your computer. Talk to your network administrator.

    Best regards,
    Ute
     
    Ute Simon, Feb 24, 2007
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    Echo S Guest

    So, this happens on more than just PowerPoint presentations? If that's the
    case, then why are you posting in the PowerPoint group?

    If you open Notepad, type "the quick red fox," and try to print that, what
    happens?

    My guess would be that you're working on a laptop and your printer drivers
    are installed on a network server or something. (I assume that's what you're
    talking about when you say "reconnected to the net," anyway.) So install
    them on your laptop instead and see if that helps. But if this isn't a
    PowerPoint question, then you're really in the wrong group.

    When you post in the other group, you may want to give them some basic
    details like what version of Windows, what type of printer, how your
    computer is connected to the printer (or if it's on a network or attached to
    a hub or what). I realize you're frustrated, but without actual
    *information* from you, the chances of someone being able to diagnose this
    are slim.
     
    Echo S, Feb 24, 2007
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  4. In addition to the other suggestions, sometimes the simplest thing is to restart
    Windows then delete and reinstall the printer driver.
     
    Steve Rindsberg, Feb 24, 2007
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