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ndong

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I have been printing pdf files on a HP 800ps plotter with no problems until recently. I tried to print some files and the plotter only prints a single line down the left side of the paper. I tried changing paper sizes but the results are the same. I changed printers to a HP 4050N and still the results are the same. I have hundreds of pdf files that do print OK on both printers. Is there some way to tell if these files are damaged or not converted correctly?
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I can only recommend that you make sure you have the latest updates applied. After that it's only a matter of trial and error. It is very possible these documents did not convert correctly.
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I have been printing pdf files on a HP 800ps plotter with no problems until recently. I tried to print some files and the plotter only prints a single line down the left side of the paper. I tried changing paper sizes but the results are the same. I changed printers to a HP 4050N and still the results are the same. I have hundreds of pdf files that do print OK on both printers. Is there some way to tell if these files are damaged or not converted correctly?


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Thanks,
I believe the files must not have been converted properly. I was able to print them by converting them to TIF files then printing them from Mircrosoft Office Document Imaging.
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