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Annals of Printing

May 17, 2010 14:41:36.178

Ok, this is from an ancient Windows XP box, but still: a windows update rolled by last week, and didn't auto-reboot the machine. It did leave it unable to print to anything though. So I rebooted it, brought up Excel, and tried to print an expense report. Here's what came out on take one:

4 pages of that later, the top part of the spreadsheet came out. Things worked fine when I printed again, but what the heck was that???

posted by James Robertson


Re: Annals of Printing

[anonymous] May 17, 2010 15:48:04.732

The Matrix ;-)

Re: Annals of Printing

[Tom Sattler] May 18, 2010 11:07:18.618

I can suggest a web site you could visit where you could download a solution to all of this:

[link 1]

[1 http://www.fedoraproject.org]

Re: Annals of Printing

[james Robertson] May 18, 2010 12:00:15.243

I mostly use Macs now, and they don't have these issues either. However, I needed an old Windows box for the corporate Excel expense form...

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