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Old 05-12-2010, 07:43 PM   #1
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Hello all,

I'm in the process of printing wedding invitations using the Printing Press Extreme program. I'm coming across 2 problems; I would be so thankful if anyone can help me!

1st problem: After printing a few cards (10 to be exact), they begin printing off the page. In other words, the invitation, which is only one page, begins printing on 2 pages. I have manually fed the cardstock (instead of laying a pile of them to autofeed), and it still happens; I have shut the printer on/off, and it's still not fixed. ANY POINTERS???

2nd problem: It won't allow me to print on cardstock 4"x6" or smaller. I'm trying to print my RSVP cards on this size cardstock, and it reels it in and spits it right out, and reads "Paper Mismatch". I have read in a different forum to go to File/ Print/ Properties and select "Plain Paper" under "Paper Type"; it's already set as that by default. PLEASE HELP :(

I wish a lifetime of good printer karma on the wonderful person that helps me!!!

Again, I would greatly, greatly appreciate it. Thanks in advance guys!

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