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Windows 7: Windows 7 Printing glitch

19 Jan 2010   #1

Windows 7 Home 64 bit
Windows 7 Printing glitch

We have 4 computers on a wireless network, two XPs and a Win 7 Home 64 bit and a Win 7 Pro 32 bit. We have two printers, an HP 7410 All-in-One connected wirelessly and an *old* Minolta-QMS PagePro 1250 connected by USB to an XP.

ALL documents in ALL software printed from EITHER Win 7 computer to EITHER printer come out shifted about a quarter of an inch to the left each and every time.

ALL documents in ALL software printed from EITHER XP computer to EITHER printer come out centered normally.

All documents in ALL software appear normal on screen on ALL four computers.

I noticed this issue the day we got our first Win 7 -- not until I got a second one and saw the same problem did I think that the issue isn't me. The current work around is to print from one of the XPs -- but eventually, I'm not going to have one. I've scoured the net and didn't find this issue mentioned. Is it just me? Where do I try to attack this? For most stuff we don't really care about the quarter inch, but when trying to print business cards to pre-cut Avery stock, it's annoying.

Oh, and printing to CutePDF gives a correctly centered PDF.

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