‘Overflowing’ Pages During Export

Overflowing pages during pdf export

If you see this you may like to try this known fix

STEP 1

Go to the genuine Lexmark website and download the Lexmark x4500 printer drivers. Make sure you select the correct mac operating system download and install.

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STEP 2

Go to system preferences and select ‘Print & Scan’

STEP 3

Click on the ‘+’ key at the bottom left to add another printer

STEP 4

Once the window opens select ‘IP’

STEP 5

Now, in order to use a printer that is not actually connected we need to trick your computer into thinking it is on a network. So we setup an arbitrary network address (one that isn’t connected or you are likely to connect to) so I have used 192.168.1.1 in the example.

STEP 6

To keep everything nice and neat name the network ‘LogTenPDF’ so you can find it easily in the printer selection later.

STEP 7

We need to associate the Lexmark software to this network so click on ‘Print Using: ‘ and select the line ‘select printer software…’

STEP 8

Find the Lexmark software you installed in STEP 1. Just type the first few letters in the search to reduce the selection options and select ‘Lexmark 4800 series’ and click ‘ok’.

STEP 9

Click ‘Add’

STEP 10

Once you have pressed ‘Add’ you need to skip the search as it doesn’t have anything to find! So press ‘skip’

When you go to ‘print/save pdf’ in LogTen Pro the new printer selection should appear in your list as ‘LogTenPDF’. Select that and try saving again. If this fails you will have to contact LogTen support.

Overflowing pages during pdf export

If you see this you may like to try this known fix

Step 1

Go to the genuine Lexmark website and download the Lexmark 4800 printer drivers. Make sure you select the correct mac operating system download and install.

Step 2

Go to system preferences and select 'Print & Scan'

Step 3

Click on the '+' key at the bottom left to add another printer


Step 4

Once the window opens select 'IP'


Step 5

Now, in order to use a printer that is not actually connected we need to trick your computer into thinking it is on a network. So we setup an arbitrary network address (one that isn't connected or you are likely to connect to) so I have used 192.168.1.1 in the example.

Step 6

To keep everything nice and neat name the network 'LogTenPDF' so you can find it easily in the printer selection later.


Step 7

We need to associate the Lexmark software to this network so click on 'Print Using: ' and select the line 'select printer software...'


Step 8

Find the Lexmark software you installed in STEP 1. Just type the first few letters in the search to reduce the selection options and select 'Lexmark 4800 series' and click 'ok'.

Step 9

Click 'Add'


Step 10

Once you have pressed 'Add' you need to skip the search as it doesn't have anything to find! So press 'skip'


When you go to 'print/save pdf' in LogTen Pro the new printer selection should appear in your list as 'LogTenPDF'. Select that and try saving again. If this fails you will have to contact LogTen support.