05-11-2021 10:01 PM - last edited on 05-21-2021 09:25 AM by Danny
I used the "clean" option on my printer due to poor print quality. After cleaning, it gives me an error code of 5200 whenever I try to print a test page. The ink cartridges are new. I've reset it, unplugged it, cleaned the head. Any other ideas?
05-12-2021 09:27 AM
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05-19-2021 03:40 AM
Hi, I have a Canon G2010 Printer.
On some documents, it prints a 3/4 inch blank border on the top and the bottom of the page in Landscape.
But on other documents, it prints top to bottom but prints a blank border on the left and the right not always the same width.
How can I adjust these margins and print the full page top to bottom side to side without using borderless printing?
If I use borderless printing it prints completely differently as if it's only for pictures printed on photo paper and is not suitable to the booklets I'm printing.
05-19-2021 03:45 AM
I primarily print from Office Powerpoint slides but other teachers use the printer and print from numerous different file types with the same results.
Also, I have one PowerPoint that I saved that prints top to bottom but with side margins which I use for some applications that work ok in that format and I have another PowerPoint saved that prints full-page side to side but with margins on the top and bottom which works well for other booklets.
I don't change any settings and whichever PowerPoint I use as the template prints respectively. Even though the PowerPoint slide appears to be full page in the PowerPoint.
05-21-2021 09:26 AM
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