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printing embedded jpeg images

printing embedded jpeg images

printing embedded jpeg images

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I am using DraftSight to generate graphics overlays for products we manufacture.  Our company logo is a jpeg image.  I inserted the image successfully into the drawing and it is visible in both model and sheet space as well as the print preview.  However, the image does not print tot he printer.  I have checked all option settings in DraftSight and those for my specific printer and cannot find any setting that might not allow this part of the image to print properly.

Does anybody have a hint tip or workaround for this problem?  Thankis in advance...

RE: printing embedded jpeg images

Check to see if there is a newer driver available for the printer?

Usually if the preview looks OK, but doesn't print to match, the printer driver is to blame.

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