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Luna55
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Printing all on one page

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HP Designjet T120
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I'm trying to print a pattern that is 9" high x 16" wide on the roll of paper. It keeps breaking my pattern in half, printing one half then the other, on two different pages. How can I get it to print completely on the roll? I am not sure if I have selected all the right settings. Thanks.

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D Hook
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What software are you printing from?  I've had that problem when printing from some Adobe applications.  Doubt that it's a print driver issue.  More likely a problem in how you're setting it up in the program you're using.

 

What size paper are you using?  On the printing preferences menu you should be able to ask for a print preview.  Maybe check that and see what it looks like before you print.  You might be able to tell it to print on one page.

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I am using a stained glass program called Glass Eye.

I'm printing on a 24" roll.  Under Page Setup I select "actual size" because that's what I need. 

Under paper, I chose Arch B for the size and Roll for the source.

When I first got the printer I asked on the Glass Eye FB page but they were not really able to help.

HP help was not familiar with this program so they could not help me either.

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D Hook
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Ok, I see you're trying to print a 9 x 16 print on a 24" roll using B size paper.  You might be runnning into margin problems.  Can you change the paper setting to print on a C size paper?  Or make a custom sheet setup that's maybe 11" x 18"?  You can do that in the printer preferences page.

 

After downloading a trial version of your program, it looks like there's an option to "Print on one page".  Will using that mess up the scale too much or shrink it too much?

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