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Top Student
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quicken print problem in windows 8

When I print reports from Quicken 2008 on my HP 6500 Wireless printer (6500 E708n, only the main headings that have both shading and text print.  (the few red numbers also print in red.)  The reports print OK on another printer.

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Re: quicken print problem in windows 8

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Follow the steps to solve the problem :
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Re: quicken print problem in windows 8

I wasn't the one that posted this, but I had the exact same problem.  Your solution worked perfectly at first... I can now print reports in Quicken perfectly.  Now, the problem is I couldn't print in Word or Excel.  So, I went into the Control Panel and changed the default printer back to my original printer  (HP Officejet J6480) and not the Quicken - HP Photosmart C4600 series.  Now I can print in Word and Excel, but not in Quicken anymore. Even though my computer has the Officejet as my defualt printer, I left the "Quicken" printer as the defualt printer within Quicken for Reports and Graphs.  What do I do now?

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Re: quicken print problem in windows 8

Hi Randa1122;


Sorry to hear you are having issues printing from Quicken.  As your issue seems to be mostly from Quicken I have included a link from Quicken regarding the inability to print and how to resolve it.



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