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    HP 2025 and Serif

    We have just replaced an Epson 1100 with an HP 2025 networked machine. All is well EXCEPT for Serif Draw. The HP is not picking up the page settings for a serif picture and is printing in portrait no matter what.
    Other applications such as Word are fine
    HP say it is a Serif problem
    Guess what Serif say!!

    Anyone help?

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    yes, but that doesnt work - it doesnt overide the printer settings on the server which are set as portrait.

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    It seems to be a function of the HP
    When you look in the properties, there is a tab called 'finishing' which isn't there on the Epson 1100 we had before. You seem to have to go here and set it as landscape, which is a bit of a pain - the tech teacher really hates me.
    Luckily I didn't choose the printer, the dep head did!!

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    HP make a few different Drivers, PCL and PostScript specifically for the Printer or their Generic / universal HP PCL Postscript driver, you could try a different driver see if that helps

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