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*scott
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SHEET MARGINS FOR PLOTTING.

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06-09-2003 05:25 AM
I am having trouble expanding my margins for plotting. We have a DesignJet
700 here at my office. I noticed the updated hp files, but when I went to
install them, microsoft said that they werent signed files. Some security
thing. I did how ever go ahead and install them, and the drivers were wrong.
I was able to keep using the previous one. In BS3 I was able to change the
margins and make them bigger. I am able to change the margins in BS4 but
they do not change anything. Any assistence is greatly appreciated.

Scott
RGD
*Borries, Jim
Message 2 of 2 (74 Views)

Re: SHEET MARGINS FOR PLOTTING.

06-10-2003 03:52 AM in reply to: *scott
Also ran into this problem. As a workaround, try changing the roll size or
paper type the same time you set the margins. For some unknown reason, it
seems to make the margin setting stick. You can always go back and set the
roll size back to what it was.

Jim B.

"scott" wrote in message
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> I am having trouble expanding my margins for plotting. We have a DesignJet
> 700 here at my office. I noticed the updated hp files, but when I went to
> install them, microsoft said that they werent signed files. Some security
> thing. I did how ever go ahead and install them, and the drivers were
wrong.
> I was able to keep using the previous one. In BS3 I was able to change the
> margins and make them bigger. I am able to change the margins in BS4 but
> they do not change anything. Any assistence is greatly appreciated.
>
> Scott
> RGD
>
>

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