In excel if I print mulitple pages some of them will only print the left side. No error mssg. (463 Views)
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GWAElizB
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In excel if I print mulitple pages some of them will only print the left side. No error mssg.

I have an Envy 110. When I print multiple worksheets in Excel, only the left side of the page prints. I do not get an error message. How do I fix this? Is it a bug in the printer?

 

I have a Windows Vista 64 bit computer.

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Beverly_D
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Re: In excel if I print mulitple pages some of them will only print the left side. No error mssg.

This is likely a formatting issue with the spreadsheet itself. Take a look at the print preview if it's available and see if those pages show the same discrepancies. Do any other file types do the same thing? Do any other Excel files do the same thing? Please try printing some other files and file types and report back with your findings, thanks!

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Re: In excel if I print mulitple pages some of them will only print the left side. No error mssg.

It looks fine on print preview. It only happens in excel, and only if it's multiple pages. It happens in different documents, not just one document. The pages after the first page, in other words pages in other workbooks, don't print the entire page, it stops in about the middle.

 

If I print each page separately (rather than clicking print all workbooks) then they are fine. In other words I click "print active worksheet" or workbook or whatever it's called, that's fine. But doing multiple pages, it has a problem.

 

 It wasn't happening on this computer with other printers using excel, so it's the printer, or the printer driver, not the computer.

 

Any ideas?

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