Urgent printer software help please.

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teapota

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Hi , i just bought an epsom C44 printer today , am i am trying to print slides from microsoft powerpoint for universirty tomorrow. I want to print 6 slides per page , however on the print options there is no place to change the printing to handouts or slides. Every other print options has always had these options , and this is driving me crazy. Does the problem lie in not having the right version of windows or right printer software. How do i solve this quickly ? Thank you in advance.
 
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You ask if its related to your version of software, or Windows version. Yet you don't say what version of PPT or Windows you run.

Are you using the Windows default driver for the Epson C44, or have you loaded the manufacturers supplied driver for your version of Windows?

Certainly PPT XP under Windows XP has the option.
 

teapota

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windows 2000 , pp view 97 , sorry if i didnt provide the right info . If using the supplied printer driver is the problem , how do i change back to the old windows one?
 

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anyone know why im missing the print slides option , and whats the easiest way to fix it?
 
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Your other thread has some possible solutions, pays to keep them in the same thread.

PPT Viewer is a viewer. Its not a full PPT application.
 
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