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Thread Subject:
Can't print 2010b

Subject: Can't print 2010b

From: David Arnold

Date: 26 Oct, 2010 16:19:04

Message: 1 of 2

Hi,

After creating a figure with:

mesh(peaks)

I tried printing from the figure window File menu. I get this error:

??? Error using ==> print at 364
Problem sending file to output device, system returned error :
lpr: The printer or class was not found.


Error in ==> printdlg>LocalJavaPrintDlg at 759
        print(Data.Fig, pOpts{:});

Error in ==> printdlg>LocalInitFig at 479
  if LocalJavaPrintDlg( Data, Dlgname )

Error in ==> printdlg at 104
   Dlg=LocalInitFig(Data);
 
I'm using a Macbook pro running the latest version of snow leopard and printing to a wireless HP Photosmart C309a. I am running a network version of Matlab 2010b at home (license on our campus server).

Any ideas?

D.

Subject: Can't print 2010b

From: Sean

Date: 26 Oct, 2010 16:38:04

Message: 2 of 2

"David Arnold" <david-arnold@redwoods.edu> wrote in message <ia6v1o$kl6$1@fred.mathworks.com>...
> Hi,
>
> After creating a figure with:
>
> mesh(peaks)
>
> I tried printing from the figure window File menu. I get this error:
>
> ??? Error using ==> print at 364
> Problem sending file to output device, system returned error :
> lpr: The printer or class was not found.
>
>
> Error in ==> printdlg>LocalJavaPrintDlg at 759
> print(Data.Fig, pOpts{:});
>
> Error in ==> printdlg>LocalInitFig at 479
> if LocalJavaPrintDlg( Data, Dlgname )
>
> Error in ==> printdlg at 104
> Dlg=LocalInitFig(Data);
>
> I'm using a Macbook pro running the latest version of snow leopard and printing to a wireless HP Photosmart C309a. I am running a network version of Matlab 2010b at home (license on our campus server).
>
> Any ideas?
>
> D.

I've never been able to print directly from a Mac. I usually just save it as a jpg or eps and print that...

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