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Printer stopped printing in OE6


thumbscrew

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I've got XP and my printer is HP D2500. I have Outlook Express 6 and I've just discovered that it won't print emails (Although it used to, perfectly) but will print from web pages. I re-installed the printer just in case, but still no joy. I don't print very often thus I don't know how long it's been like this. Can anyone help please?

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Woolwell

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Is IE the default browser? If I remember correctly OE uses the IE print settings.

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thumbscrew

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No it's Firefox, but It's been that way for years and always printed.

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woodchip

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its not a printer fault, its the program settings thar have changed or got corrupted

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woodchip

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its not a printer fault, its the program settings that have changed or got corrupted

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Woolwell

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Open IE and try to print from that. You may well have to reset IE's internet options.

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thumbscrew

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Thanks both, it won't print from IE either and I can't access the options as the toolbar is not showing at the top. I've tried everything to get it back, but no joy.

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