Re: Mathematica Printing in Windows 98?
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- Subject: [mg13161] Re: [mg13073] Mathematica Printing in Windows 98?
- From: Sean Ross <seanross at worldnet.att.net>
- Date: Mon, 13 Jul 1998 07:42:11 -0400
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bobmccrory at my-dejanews.com wrote:
> I have Mathematica 3.0.1 running on a Dell Pentium II. It was doing fine
> under Win 95, but now that I have installed Win 98 my notebooks are not
> printing properly: brackets and parens are having letters substituted,
> and mathematical symbols print as garbage. Everything looks fine on the
> screen, just printing is affected. I am using a Laserjet 5P printer,
> not a Postscript printer. Does anyone have a solution or work-around?
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I would guess that mathematica was not informed by the upgrade program
where the system fonts are. Perhaps a fresh installation of
mathematica would help if your Win 98 was an upgrade rather than a
fresh system. In my past experience with microsoft, I have found that
the "upgrade" versions of their operating systems cause problems with
many of my programs while wiping the disk and starting over has a much
higher rate of success.
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