OL2000: Outlook Hangs Printing Detailed Address Cards View

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SYMPTOMS

If you attempt to print your Microsoft Outlook Contacts from the Detailed Address Cards view to a Canon BJC-210 printer using Card Print Style, the print process may appear to stop responding (hang) with no error message.

CAUSE

You may have an older printer driver with a large nonprintable region near the edge of the page.

RESOLUTION

Try the following methods to work around this problem.

Method 1

You may be able to print Detailed Address Cards by resetting the default 0.5 inch margins to a larger setting, such as 1.0 inches.

To change the margins, follow these steps:

  1. On the File menu, click Print.
  2. Ensure you have the correct printer selected and the Print Style is set to Card Style.
  3. Click Page Setup, and then click the Paper tab.
  4. Under Margins, change all settings to 1.00 inches.
  5. Click OK and OK to print.

Method 2

You may be able to print a Phone List view without changing the margin settings. To do so, follow these steps:

  1. In the Folder List, click Contacts.
  2. On the View menu, point to Current View, and click Phone List.
  3. On the File menu, click Print.

Method 3

Contact Canon for an updated BJC-210 printer driver. This problem occurs with the following Canon printer driver that ships with the printer:

   Driver Name: CANBJ31.DRV
   Driver version: 4.00
   Files used by this driver:

      CANONBJ.HLP
      BJHTMGR.DLL (1.00 alpha6.2 based on rev. 1.21)
      BJSMOOTH.DLL (1.00 alpha3 Based on Rev. 1.10)
      CBJUI.DLL (1.00)
      CTL3D.DLL (2.26.000)
      CANONPF.ZIP
      CANONCA.ZIP
      CANBJ31.DRV (1.00)
      BJ3BIT.DLL (2.30)
      UCS16.DLL (1.1.0.0)
      DUNZIP.DLL (2.00.33)
      COREBJ.DLL (1.00)
      INKFILES.ZIP

This problem does not occur with the following Canon printer driver,
available from Canon:

   Driver Name: CANONBJ.DRV
   Driver Version: 4.00
   Files used by this driver:

      CANONBJ.DRV (3.40.061)
      COREBJ.DLL (3.40.061)
      CANONDE.DLL (1.00.004)
      CBJUI.DLL (3.40.061)
      BJHTMGR.DLL (1.03 based on Rev 1.21)
      BJSMOOTH.DLL (1.14 based on rev. 1.23)
      CANONBJ.HLP
      CANONBJ.INI
      BJ3BIT.DLL (3.40)
      UCS16.DLL (1.4.0.0)
      ICMAPI16.DLL (1.4.0.0)
      DUNZIP.DLL (2.00.33)
      CANONPF.ZIP
      CANONCA1.ZIP
      CANONCA2.ZIP
      CANBJMON.DLL (1.00)
      INKTYPE.DLL (3.10)
      INKTHUNK.DLL (Version 4.0)
				


For information about how to contact the companies mentioned in this article, visit the following Microsoft Web site:
http://support.microsoft.com/gp/vendors

Method 4

Use the Canon Bubble Jet BJC-200 printer driver, version 3.2, which ships with Microsoft Windows 95/98.

REFERENCES

Canon Bubble Jet printers are manufactured by Canon Computer Systems Inc., a vendor independent of Microsoft; we make no warranty, implied or otherwise, regarding these products' performance or reliability.

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Article ID: 196683 - Last Review: October 11, 2013 - Revision: 4.0
APPLIES TO
  • Microsoft Outlook 2000 Standard Edition
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