I can't get my ML-2010 to print in landscape mode
My printer is connected via USB to a Windows 2000, 32 bit, box.
I access it either directly on the Windows 2000 box or remotely through my network, using a Windows 7, 64 bit notebook.
To have the notebook access it, the 2000 machine has to be "on."
The Windows 7 system shows an icon for that printer, accessed via the network on a usb port.
I have it set as my default printer.
I also installed the universal printer driver on the notebook, hoping that would help, but that gave me another printer icon, which I would choose if I had a printer connected directly to the notebook.
I need the ML-2010 that's connected to the Windows 2000 system and accessed through the network via my Windows 7, 64bit system to print in landscape.
I've tried changing all the settings I can find, to landscape, but nothing kicks it out of portrait mode.
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