4-up Printing Overloads Printer Memory

September 16, 2009
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Printing four pages on one page (like PDFs or PowerPoints), called 4-up, overloads printer memory, and the job won’t print. There is currently no fix for this, except to NOT DO IT. Chris Novak suspects that no labs on campus have any more memory in their printers than we do, so we can’t help people by sending them elsewhere.

It’s like someone in the Annex said: “I’d like to adjust my chair height to ten feet.” Well, we can commiserate, but we can’t currently help, because the chairs don’t go up to ten feet, and our printers don’t have the memory, usually, to print 4-up.

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