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Re: Printing (v7)

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  • Subject: [mg95910] Re: Printing (v7)
  • From: congruentialuminaire at yahoo.com
  • Date: Thu, 29 Jan 2009 05:59:06 -0500 (EST)
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Hello Helen:

I am seeing this along with other printing issues with V7. I have
reported a few non-printing-related issues to WRI support but I have
not made a sample notebook to send in on this problem. I have not
figured out a workaround for this issue.

Here are some other artifacts of this:

- if I just repeat the operation [i.e. same notebook], it seems to
work; this wastes paper of course
- this also occurs if I print out help notebooks
- some of my other one-page notebooks will print both graphics at the
top of the page [on top of each other]; this would not resolve itself
on a separate printing
- I have seen this printing problem in the new V7 Player as well
- SaveAs PDF [another form of printing] hangs the system if the PDF
file exceeds some magical size [I am not sure what this limit is];
this is reported to WRI support

Regards..

Roger Williams
Franklin Laboratory

On Jan 28, 3:32 am, Helen Read <h... at together.net> wrote:
> We've been having problems printing notebooks from Mathematica 7
> (Windows XP). If the notebook goes onto more than one page, frequently
> cells that should go on following page(s) get printed at the top of page
> 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, but
> even that doesn't always work.
>
> Have others had this problem? Any way to fix it? I don't think it ever
> happened before v7.
>
> --
> Helen Read
> University of Vermont



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