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Lexmark is a nightmare

by b1vjcb93 / September 9, 2005 5:05 PM PDT

I bought a lexmark 2250 back in May of 2005.Since that purchase I have had nothing but problems,problems,problems.I don't why a printer has to be so dammed complicated.I placed a reg. sized cheque in the scanner clicked print which brings me to print properties.I chose black and white and the cheque prints not just in color but the full page.How can I select say 5 cheques from a file and have them print same size on one sheet of paper.Tried Lexmark support.My retriever could help more.Any Help?

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Have you read the manual?
by chuckieu / September 10, 2005 4:42 AM PDT
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Sounds to me like you don't have the unit configured right, and use the wrong commands. What happens when you put your flat copy (check) in the scanner and push COPY, not print? I have used several Lexmark printers and various scanners, all have to be configured as to where files go when scanned and printing preferences. This is one reason I won't use all-in-one units unless space is REALLY important, not just convenient. chuck

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by b1vjcb93 / September 12, 2005 8:51 AM PDT

I have read the manual and find the whole thing complicated.Tell me,How doI configure the printer>i thought it would do that when you insert the installation disk- lexmark disk.

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