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    print selected sheets command prints border with all texts

    one more problem
    when i want to print all my sheets and use print selected views sheets command from print dialog it print all but with the following problem...... the first page is all right but on all following pages/sheets there are borders around all annotation and dimension text, does anybody know how to solve it?

    #2
    seems like a plot driver issue to me. I have heard about it before, not sure where. I believe it was a plotter driver thing there.
    Sorry, can't be more specific.
    Martijn de Riet
    Professional Revit Consultant | Revit API Developer
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      #3
      Download and install the "postscript"driver for your printer.
      Believe me, even if your printer is not a postscript printer, install the postscript driver for it and this will fix your problem.
      Just curious is it a HP Printer
      Mark Balsom

      If it ain't broke, fix it till it is.

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        #4
        We have that same problem printing to certain printers. On our end I think it was Windows 7 printing to an old printer that HP hadn't upgraded the drivers for but provided a "universal" driver...haha right... We find that printing to PDF then printing a hard copy solves the issue.
        Joshua Kohl

        Eastern Exterior Wall Systems, Inc
        www.eews.com

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          #5
          Originally posted by Joshua Kohl View Post
          We have that same problem printing to certain printers. On our end I think it was Windows 7 printing to an old printer that HP hadn't upgraded the drivers for but provided a "universal" driver...haha right... We find that printing to PDF then printing a hard copy solves the issue.
          Trust me, try the "postscript" trick.
          Here is proof
          Mark Balsom

          If it ain't broke, fix it till it is.

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            #6
            Originally posted by mark b View Post
            Trust me, try the "postscript" trick.
            Here is proof
            The Postscript driver worked wonders. Thanks.
            Joshua Kohl

            Eastern Exterior Wall Systems, Inc
            www.eews.com

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              #7
              thanks for the option

              Yes the printer is HP, and OS is WIN 7 pro

              I'll try these options tomorrow

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