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Re: Re: Printing (v7)

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  • Subject: [mg96104] Re: [mg96077] Re: Printing (v7)
  • From: Richard Hofler <rhofler at>
  • Date: Thu, 5 Feb 2009 04:38:48 -0500 (EST)
  • References: <glpfog$l04$> <gm6kuj$a1u$> <>

Hello All,

Here's an excerpt of an email I received from Wolfram's Technology
Services Group. So, in case this workaround has not been posted. . .

"The printing problem you are experiencing has been reportedly
independently to Technical Support as well. I am pleased to inform you
that we have identified and fixed this problem and this fix will be
included in the next update release of Mathematica.  Till that time, a
workaround would be to choose File > Printing Settings > Show Page
Breaks before printing. Please let me know if this works for you."

Richard Hofler
Department of Economics

-----Original Message-----
From: Kevin J. McCann [mailto:kjm at]
Sent: Wednesday, February 04, 2009 5:21 AM
To: mathgroup at
Subject: [mg96104] [mg96077] Re: Printing (v7)

I have had the same problem. I watched as the pages counted up during
the print and when I printed it again the number was larger. The first
print had the first and second pages overprinted on the first page.

I have had this problem with both an HP InkJet printer and an HP


annetts729 wrote:
> On Jan 28, 8:32 pm, Helen Read <h... at> wrote:
>> We've been having problems printing notebooks from Mathematica 7
>> (Windows XP). If the notebook goes onto more than one page,
>> cells that should go on following page(s) get printed at the top of
>> 1, overwriting what is already at the top of the file. It's really a
>> mess. Sometimes it seems to work to Select All then Print Selection,
>> even that doesn't always work.
>> Have others had this problem? Any way to fix it? I don't think it
>> happened before v7.
> Hi Helen,
> I have this problem (v7.0 on XP SP3).
> In my case, a fix is to manually specify page breaks at particular
> locations.
> Some experimentation with this is required.
> Regards,
> Dave.

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