Printer paper loading animation diagram



dmp
07-09-2005, 11:49 PM
The first time I tried to print a special form (e.g. labels) on my printer, I
was presented with a diagram to depict the type of printer and a procedure
for determing how the paper should be loaded in the printer. This resulted
in an animation diagram shown every time the special form is printed. I made
a mistake in the procedure and the resulting animation diagram is incorrect.
How do I reset the whole procedure? This happened to me a long time ago on
another computer, and I believe I was told that I had to reset something in
the windows registry. Does anyone know how to do this? Thanks.
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Dave

Peter Foldes
07-09-2005, 11:49 PM
I should think that a call to the Printers manufacturer will give you an answer

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Peter

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"dmp" <dmp@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:6BB21B06-6B28-406B-8B61-30D41AA834B6@microsoft.com...
> The first time I tried to print a special form (e.g. labels) on my printer, I
> was presented with a diagram to depict the type of printer and a procedure
> for determing how the paper should be loaded in the printer. This resulted
> in an animation diagram shown every time the special form is printed. I made
> a mistake in the procedure and the resulting animation diagram is incorrect.
> How do I reset the whole procedure? This happened to me a long time ago on
> another computer, and I believe I was told that I had to reset something in
> the windows registry. Does anyone know how to do this? Thanks.
> --
> Dave


Printer paper loading animation diagram