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Oct 26, 2010 03:11 |  #3781

Looks a little washed out too..

I have try'd custom pages and manualy putting in the dimensions and used the template!
First sheet & test were perfect, now its not printing as it was.. If I adjust the top margin too much then I loose print at the bottom of the sheet!!
If I run a sheet of plain paper through then it prints perfectly where it needs to when compared to a sheet of labels, then I print the labels and it does it wrong again.. I can find anywhere in the properties to tell the printer its printing sticky labels either!?
I just don't understand why it will print perfectly on plain paper but completly wrong on the sticky label sheet?! Grrr...

Thanks for the help so far guys, keep it coming! lol


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Oct 26, 2010 03:14 |  #3782

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=Matt 'Photog' Peters;11166291]Looks a little washed out too..

I have try'd custom pages and manualy putting in the dimensions and used the template!
First sheet & test were perfect, now its not printing as it was.. If I adjust the top margin too much then I loose print at the bottom of the sheet!!
If I run a sheet of plain paper through then it prints perfectly where it needs to when compared to a sheet of labels, then I print the labels and it does it wrong again.. I can find anywhere in the properties to tell the printer its printing sticky labels either!?
I just don't understand why it will print perfectly on plain paper but completly wrong on the sticky label sheet?! Grrr...

Thanks for the help so far guys, keep it coming! lol

Cant understand how the printer will know the difference from labels to plain paper unless you tell it???


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Oct 26, 2010 03:16 |  #3783

That is exactly my problem.. Even if I empty the paper tray then turn it off, put in the label sheet, turn it back on then print them it still stuffs up the sheet!!


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Oct 26, 2010 03:35 |  #3784

Matt Photog Peters wrote in post #11166291 (external link)
=Matt 'Photog' Peters;11166291]Looks a little washed out too..

I have try'd custom pages and manualy putting in the dimensions and used the template!
First sheet & test were perfect, now its not printing as it was.. If I adjust the top margin too much then I loose print at the bottom of the sheet!!
If I run a sheet of plain paper through then it prints perfectly where it needs to when compared to a sheet of labels, then I print the labels and it does it wrong again.. I can find anywhere in the properties to tell the printer its printing sticky labels either!?
I just don't understand why it will print perfectly on plain paper but completly wrong on the sticky label sheet?! Grrr...

Thanks for the help so far guys, keep it coming! lol

Those labels always drive me nuts, I end up creating my own custom ones. Generally I set to the margins top and bottom to as small as I can get and then just make the rows of the table distributed across the page. I also found that you can print to PDF of the created labels document and then compare to template to stop wasting paper, just put a border on the table cells to see where it all lines up :)

I know your pain though :D :D :D


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Oct 26, 2010 03:36 |  #3785

Matt Photog Peters wrote in post #11166311 (external link)
=Matt 'Photog' Peters;11166311]That is exactly my problem.. Even if I empty the paper tray then turn it off, put in the label sheet, turn it back on then print them it still stuffs up the sheet!!

Print to PDF and then print that onto the paper rather than print the document straight to labels. You can also adjust the print size down to fit a tad better in the print dialog box too, sometimes pages don't always print at 100%.


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Oct 26, 2010 03:37 |  #3786

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Oct 26, 2010 03:38 |  #3787

Anke wrote in post #11166351 (external link)
Those labels always drive me nuts, I end up creating my own custom ones. Generally I set to the margins top and bottom to as small as I can get and then just make the rows of the table distributed across the page. I also found that you can print to PDF of the created labels document and then compare to template to stop wasting paper, just put a border on the table cells to see where it all lines up :)

I know your pain though :D :D :D

I'm officially on label printing strike!! Jem is going to get her nan to print them.. lol

I'll try your idea later on when I have less urge to destroy the printer!!!!


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Oct 26, 2010 03:43 |  #3788

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=Matt 'Photog' Peters;11166363]I'm officially on label printing strike!! Jem is going to get her nan to print them.. lol

I'll try your idea later on when I have less urge to destroy the printer!!!!

Many a handful of labels has flown across my office :D Horrid things! :D


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Oct 26, 2010 03:44 |  #3789

Did anyone catch the apparently awesome sunrise this morning in their part of the SE?


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Oct 26, 2010 03:49 |  #3790

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Many a handful of labels has flown across my office :D Horrid things! :D

Jem has joined that club several times this week too!! :lol:

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Did anyone catch the apparently awesome sunrise this morning in their part of the SE?

Nope, but I have seen plenty of mobile snaps of it on Facebook!


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Oct 26, 2010 03:51 |  #3791

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=Matt 'Photog' Peters;11166386]Jem has joined that club several times this week too!! :lol:

Nope, but I have seen plenty of mobile snaps of it on Facebook!

:D

That's why I was asking, lots of FB and Twitter pics from phones but none from cameras, what silly times we live in :rolleyes: :D


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Oct 26, 2010 03:57 |  #3792

Anke wrote in post #11166376 (external link)
Did anyone catch the apparently awesome sunrise this morning in their part of the SE?

Saw it briefly, really intense red, then it clouded over and started to rain :(


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Oct 26, 2010 04:11 as a reply to  @ vmlopes's post |  #3793

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Oct 26, 2010 04:11 |  #3794

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Morning all, was planning on hitting the pro photo seminar today, but need to go to the dentist instead for a chipped tooth :(

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Saw it briefly as I was driving in to work. Looked stunning.


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Oct 26, 2010 04:23 |  #3795

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Yeah see it now, lovely reflections.........st​ill some halos about though

Indeed they are a lot better than version 3, I knocked this one up quickly, haven't gone to town on it yet and edited it fully

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=Matt 'Photog' Peters;11166291]Looks a little washed out too..

really?

Personally I dont see that, unless your refering to the building colour, but it was like that in person, was about 2pm so the sun was getting low ish and was striking the buildings front


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