Okay, calm down. It's not like there's a dragon at the gate. Or for my Republican readers (are there any???) that a hurricane is expected to strike Tampa the same day the Republican National Convention is scheduled to start there. God's will? (Heh-heh.)
No, my problem and need for help is much easier than that. It's about my printer. I have an HP Officejet 6300 All-in-One machine. It does faxes, it makes copies, and occasionally, it prints.
You will notice, I said occasionally. I have found through days and days of experience that each time I want to print I have to go into the software, find Printer Preferences and reset nearly every page. It always says "Custom Printing" on the Printing Shortcuts page. I have to change that to "General Everyday Printing". Most of the other pages have "Type New Quickset Name Here". I have to change that to "Default Print Settings."
Once I've made the changes, I tell the machine to print something and it usually works like a charm. But the next time I want to print something, I have to go in and make all those changes again.
Seems to me there ought to be a way for me to lock those changes in so I wouldn't have to change them every time.
Any wizards out there with a solution?