Cyrillic printing not working
Thread poster: Armorel Young

Armorel Young  Identity Verified
Local time: 07:59
Member (2004)
German to English
Apr 16, 2004

I've been typing up some pages of Russian-English vocabulary - in a MS Word Document (Windows 98/MS Oice 97), with the Russian on one side of the page and English on the other. When I send it to the printer the English comes out fine but all the Russian words are screwed up - it's printing 2 or 3 letters much too close together, then leaving a gap and printing another bunch of letters almost on top of each other. Even if I just try printing out one Russian word it's coming out funny - yet I've done this many times before without problems so can't understand what's going wrong. I don't think there's anything fundamentally wrong with the printer (it's an HP Deskjet 5552) - it's printing any English text fine, and the document looks fine on the screen, so where is the problem coming from? Any ideas welcome!

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xxxIreneN
United States
Local time: 01:59
English to Russian
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Try to post it in Russian forum Apr 16, 2004

We have a couple of computer wizs there.

I mean Russian-English, of course. Sorry. Have you solved it yet?



[Edited at 2004-04-17 09:07]


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