A PRINTER USER ASKED:
When our printer prints, it is leaving a blank sheet between every couple it prints how can we correct, have tried ever setting.
OUR PRINTER EXPERTS ANSWER:
It’s possible that a printer could have such a setting.. but highly unlikely. Your printer is just “printing” what it is sent. If your computer sends a blank page, the printer responds. The most common cause of this is a network “banner” page. This puts a sheet at the start of each job.
But usually, there is something printed on the banner page. The other common possibility is extra character at the end of a job. The software send the data, then an END OF PAGE or END OF JOB character… any data that is left is flush out and the page is printed. Since you don’t see anything printed, the buffer is empty.. but the command has still been sent.
This sort of thing happened often in the days of DOS and software designed for dot matrix (they needed to advance to the TOP OF FORM to start the next job).. so if you’re using older software, look there first.