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facefurny
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printer cuts off drwaing

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Design Jet T130
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Recently, my printer has started cutting off about 1/3 of a standard D drawing when printing on the 22" width.  I've successfully done full-sized D drawings in the past, but this seems to be a problem that isn't going away.

I've checked the settings, paper source (roll feed), printer settings to no avail.

What am I missing?

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facefurny
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Had been doing that all along with the same result, so I started up the HP Design Jet Utility, updated it and told it to check the printer for problem - turns out the driver was not working properly - reinstalled, and it prints fine. It also found two instances of the printer, so that's probably where the real problem lay.

Thanks

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rubensanchez01
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I suspect you did not setup print size correctly... remember your drawing blank areas also belong to image size..

 

for example, if your image size is    22x30  ... so you setup  the print size 24x31  (  keep some margins)  landscape
layout..   ( cautious  ,   sometimes the auto rotate  option , this fooled me countless time & wasted lots of materials )

 

if you always print the same size.... go to    printer section, print preference  ,   enter size & layout you want, also print
quality......   make sure press       apply.....   so this size will be default whenever you print next time.

 

try it & see does it solve your problem.....

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Had been doing that all along with the same result, so I started up the HP Design Jet Utility, updated it and told it to check the printer for problem - turns out the driver was not working properly - reinstalled, and it prints fine. It also found two instances of the printer, so that's probably where the real problem lay.

Thanks

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