Check the obvious things first: Are you out of ink? Does printer need thorough cleaning or head realignment (there is software that was installed with the printer in your printer folder that does these tasks).
- Check the Device Manager on the user computer for hardware problems
First, make sure the printer is on and the cables are plugged in.
the laser printer invented by Gary Startweather at the xerox research lab laser printing is known as electrostatic digital printing process. The first commercial implementation of a laser printer, the IBM 3800,
Probably because you didn't buy the right card stock... there are stocks made for bubble jet printers and stocks made for inkjet printers. Check your printer and check your card stock to make sure that they are compatable. If they are, then there might be a problem with your printer. But, check the printer/stock compatability first.
Yup ... it's called "Reverse Ordered" printing. It should be an option on your printer control panel software.
check to see is not a computer problem first then check to make sure is not a OS problem or application once you have check does thing start troubleshooting the printer eliminating one thing at a time printer itself,connectivity between the PC and printer,printer driver,alignment is correct check paper.
people suspect that printing was used before 1041 but the first real high speed printer was invented in 1938 by Chester Carlson.
Xerox 9700 Electronic Printing System
This will depend from printer to printer, but it will very often be an easy task. Just simply follow the setup when you first install the CD of your printer and it will automatically detect the printer.
First buy a printer with wifi or connectable to a portable device then hook your iPad iPod iPhone etc what ever you want to print then your printer will list your device and on your device it should say print? And you click on yes and the printer will began printing what you told it to
A plotter printer is used for printing graphics. Hewlett Packard was one of the earlier brands who made plotter printers.