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Epson 1200 & Super B(13"x19") Printing Problem



 
 
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Old December 16th 03, 09:30 PM
rob
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Default Epson 1200 & Super B(13"x19") Printing Problem

Dear All,

I tried to print an image with my Epson 1200 on Epson's Super B paper
(13"x19"). Unfortunately, it always prints just the upper approx 8" of
the image. Has anybody else had that problem and if so what is the
solution?

Regarding my system I am printing from Photoshop. I run W2k using the
latest Epson drivers. The image is printed in landscape and is
12.5"x18". I have tried printing both at 100% as well as
"fit-to-page".

Thanks,

Rob
 




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