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Re: A question about HP B9180

I am not sure about the question. The HP is very good at grabbing from the ray whereas with the Epsom, I had to hand feed the transparency in by hand and it still went  straight through without printing. I only ever do one transparency at a time. Have you considered contacting Tom Sobota who is a Spanish member of the list? Good luck. Hellena
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Sent: Friday, August 22, 2008 9:15 PM
Subject: Re: A question about HP B9180

Thanks for yours answers.

Hellena, when you print a transparency, between printing options, is the transparencie or choose another and put a transparency on the tray?

Thank you. Ankide.

2008/8/22 Hellena Cleary <hellena@hncleary.myzen.co.uk>
I bought a HP Photosmart Pro B8350 printer, A3 size at a very reasonable cost. I have found it better in taking a transparency sheet , both thick and thin,  than my old Epson. I use it for diginegs but because I use at least three printers, it may not reveal problems that could develop if only using one digineg for the image result.  For my purposes, I am very pleased with the printer. Hellena 
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Sent: Thursday, August 21, 2008 9:52 PM
Subject: A question about HP B9180

Hello, I write from Spain and my english is very bad:
A year ago I purchased the 9180 B and I could not print on transparencies. Among the media choose not to leave the slide. Claims and I returned the money because in propaganda saying that it could be.
After I read here that it can use the HP B9180 printer for printing on transparencies.
I was very comfortable with the print quality of the B 9180 but I would like to print on trasnparencias.
So I would like to know as you do. Between printing options to choose the support he leaves the option of transparencies or you do differently?