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FranHSV

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Whenever I print something when online, I get the header "Calendar for 8/9/2007". How can I get rid of this header? It happens on both printers. I searched the registry and didn't find anything. Thanks for any help.
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Check Device Properties for each printer, see if a Separator Page has been defined.

Also, if printing from Internet Explorer, click on Tools then Manage Addons and disable all of them, then try a print and sss if the problem is gone. If yes, re-enable them a few at a time till you find the culprit.
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Thanks for replying. I tried both things that you mentioned. The separator page is blank.
I disabled all add-ons and rebooted. I still get that header!
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After corresponding with AT&T, I deleted my cookies, which I hated to do, but it did get rid of that header.
:)

Edited by FranHSV, 12 May 2008 - 07:14 AM.

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Weird, would have been nice to know which cookie :), but having it fixed is more important. Thanks for letting me know.
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