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Darwonka
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   Posted 5/22/2003 6:39 PM (GMT -6)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
When I try to print (fin 2003) my beams for 8ths and 16ths (and so on..)get cut off. The beams don't go far enough over to touch the last stem in my note grouping...so, there'll be a quarter note lookin' whathaveyou just hangin there..Now, it's all nice and even, like it should be in the grouping..but the stem just doesn't seem to make it. It's not the printer, which I thought it may have been..I've even sent it to the acrobat dist. to print out..it all looks fine on the screen..but when it prints....boom..the lazy beams...I've even blown up the notes to see if it's on the screen really small like....nope, it's fine on the screen!
Any ideas? I'm getting short on time here...you great bunch of folks have never let me down!
Thanks!
-Dickie
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David Young : chambermusic
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   Posted 5/23/2003 2:58 AM (GMT -6)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
Could be a lot of things. I've had trouble with missing ink on some of my printings and it always seems to be the inkjets clogged. Perform a diagnostic on your printer and/or do a nozzle clean and see if this fixes it.

If it is not this, it must be something on how your printer interprets the print information. Someone else might have an answer there.

Good luck!

David
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