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Lexmark X125 Printer Problem

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June 28, 2005 11:35:10 PM

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Not sure if this is the right place to ask this question but couldn't find a
newsgroup that addressed printer problems-I have a Lexmark 125 printer newly
installed on a new Dell comp. I have set it to scan documents as a jpg-but
when I try to open them up they are unrecoganizable computer jargon and 1
simple page can turn into 51 pages! Anybody got any ideas on what I have to
do to get this to scan properly? Have tried various settings such as
BMP-TEXT-and all choices available but to no avail,they all open up as
computer jargon that is unreadable.

Thanks
Rocko



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June 29, 2005 1:26:41 AM

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Rocko wrote:
> Not sure if this is the right place to ask this question but couldn't find a
> newsgroup that addressed printer problems-I have a Lexmark 125 printer newly
> installed on a new Dell comp. I have set it to scan documents as a jpg-but
> when I try to open them up they are unrecoganizable computer jargon and 1
> simple page can turn into 51 pages! Anybody got any ideas on what I have to
> do to get this to scan properly? Have tried various settings such as
> BMP-TEXT-and all choices available but to no avail,they all open up as
> computer jargon that is unreadable.
>
> Thanks
> Rocko
>
>
>
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You might need to purchase Adobe Acrobat. I have had nothing but
problems with Lexmark printers. My suggestion, you won't like it: get
the HP4215. Mine works beautifully and I don't even need to purchase
Adobe Acrobat. It has an option built-in to scan to PDF.
June 29, 2005 1:26:42 AM

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Ive got Adobe Acrobat Pro on there and it still wont read it.
"Moshup Trail" <not.really@nospam.com> wrote in message
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> Rocko wrote:
>> Not sure if this is the right place to ask this question but couldn't
>> find a newsgroup that addressed printer problems-I have a Lexmark 125
>> printer newly installed on a new Dell comp. I have set it to scan
>> documents as a jpg-but when I try to open them up they are
>> unrecoganizable computer jargon and 1 simple page can turn into 51 pages!
>> Anybody got any ideas on what I have to do to get this to scan properly?
>> Have tried various settings such as BMP-TEXT-and all choices available
>> but to no avail,they all open up as computer jargon that is unreadable.
>>
>> Thanks
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> You might need to purchase Adobe Acrobat. I have had nothing but problems
> with Lexmark printers. My suggestion, you won't like it: get the HP4215.
> Mine works beautifully and I don't even need to purchase Adobe Acrobat.
> It has an option built-in to scan to PDF.



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