printing one succesful sheet add 17 blank sheets

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Care to share the brand and model of printer and what program you printed from?
 

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also, can you clarify if you want to add 17 blank sheets or stop 17 blank sheets.
 

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hi guys
Kodak esp 1.2 Microsoft word2010. this problem has just happened
laptop says in printing, "1 of say 16" then sends out 15 blanks and the one I want to print last.It would not be so bad if it printed the one page first
Len
 

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When you have the Word doc up that you want to print, click on Print then Printer settings and select current page. That should prevent it from printing anything but one page.

Also it wouldn't hurt to clear the printer queue just in case it adds phantom things to print.
 

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Thank you it worked for me ok. but I wonder why it says page 1 of say 16. I keep trying to alter that but there does not seem anyway to do it.
len
 

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May want to check the document. i have a buddy who manages to insert a few hundred thousand extra rows in Excel. It is definitely posible.
 
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