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Topic: Warped images printing to HP 3550
Conf: (P-PDF) Mac Issues, Msg: 144826
From: thesfmacman
Date: 1/8/2006 07:19 AM

Having a problem with severely blurred, warped images when printing PDFs out to this printer (concurrent text is fine). The images come out fine when printing the same file out to another printer or when printing it from Apple's Preview app to this printer. All printers are networked. All machines are on OS X 10.4.3 and include a mix of desktops and laptops. Adobe Acrobat Reader is the latest version and one of the users is on the latest version of Acrobat Pro. HP has no new print drivers available for download because 10.4 is bundled with the latest drivers (never mind that sometimes it's necessary to reinstall drivers). I'm stumped. Any ideas?


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