Are you using the postscript ppd? try postscript and pcl drivers and see how you fare.
I see that model has postscript emulation, I returned a rather nice color copier/printer, because the salesman falsley claimed it had Adobe postscrpt. My test of the copier had it dropping out characters on complex jobs. It was a xerox using "Oak emulation".
Perhaps related: I have a Windows 7 who is unable to print in colour from PageMaker 7 since her new Xerox WorkCentre 7545 was installed earlier this week. Other applications are able to print in colour but PageMaker seems to bypass the usual print drivers. I've tried installing the Xerox PPD to no avail. Tomorrow when she's back in the office we're going to try a PCL driver. I'm open to other suggestions though. -asb;
For the umpteeth time in this forum...Windows 7 is NOT SUPPORTED.
The fact that it even installed is better than most people get.
Time to move forward to InDesign or back to Windows 98.
That's useful to know. Thanks Bob. -asb;
I've tried installing the Xerox PPD to no avail. Tomorrow when she's back in the office we're going to try a PCL driver. I'm open to other suggestions though. -asb;
Where did you put the Xerox PPD file?
From the old FAQs - page 166 - http://bigjohnd.org.uk/PM_FAQs/PM_FAQs.zip
"The PPD for your PostScript device needs to be copied to the [pmdir]\RSRC\[language]\PPD4* folder so PageMaker can find it. It's the PPD that tells PageMaker about a PostScript printer's capability and enables you to see those capabilities in PageMaker's print dialog."
But PM is ancient and obsolete, not supported on Win7, and for best results needs to run on Win2K.