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Jimmarion
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I'm unable to get my Laserjet 1102w to print labels.  It just sits there with the error light blinking.  This is way I wanted a laserjet to print labels.  My mistake?

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This article should get you back on track. Give the steps a shot and let me know the results:
http://goo.gl/hVgmt

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I believe his issue was related with mine, which does not involve cartrige or jamming, but the lack of a confirmation window showing up to authorize the printing of label.

 

I can print anything but labels. Even if i set the preferences to paper (and not label), the attention light keeps blinking (until I have to press the cancel button).

 

I am trying to print labels from Word 2010 (using Windows 7 64 bits) and I suppose it is Word that says to the print that I am sending a label (and that it needs a confirmation in order to print).

 

The issue is: no confirmation windows is shown!

 

I have reinstalled the printer and the software (full version) and the HP Print and Scan Doctor for Windows says there's nothing wrong. I have confirmed that status alert is marked in the printer's preferences.

 

How can I tell the printer to go forward and print when it's a label?

 

Thanks..

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