Wrong fonts are printed
Make sure fonts are used correctly in the document
Make sure you correctly apply the font you want to use. For example, in a graphics
application place the words in the desired size and do not enlarge by dragging and sizing.
Make sure the font is available in your computer
The fonts used in the document may not match the fonts currently available in your
computer, or the type of font used is not designed to be printed. Make sure the font is
available in the font selection box of your software application, and make sure it is a
TrueType is a technology that can create fonts of any size from a basic font outline.
TrueType fonts are scalable, meaning they can be scaled for use on the computer screen
or the printer. This is the standard font-scaling technology in Windows.
Make sure the printer is selected
When you print your file, make sure the printer is selected in the printer menu.
To set the printer as the default printer, right-click the printer name or icon in the Printers
folder and select the option to set as default printer. For more information about setting the
default printer, see the online Help for your computer’s operating system.
If none of the above solutions work
The problem is likely a conflict related to the software application you are using. Check the
release notes on the Starter CD for known software conflicts. Otherwise, check your
software application manual or call the software manufacturer to get more specific help for