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T930 Plotting incorrectly.

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Hello, the issue I'm having doesn't really make sense to me. I work for a small Land Surveying company where we do lots of construction layout which requires us to print in larger paper formats. The most common paper size we plot in is 36x24 or Arch D. We have 5 computers in our office and I've gotten 4 of them to plot correctly. For some reason, on my bosses computer, if I click Print Preview, the drawing looks correct, everything is shown and it appears to be the correct size, however, when I actually plot it and it comes out of the T930, it plots a 36x24 but the only thing shown is the top left corner of the plan. Anything helps!

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Are you plotting from PDF format? If so some Adobe print settings can screw things up. Also check to see if this model is supported by HP Click as that makes plotting setups for jobs easier.

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