It's possible that the "page" you have your single graphic on in the
computer is larger that the largest page your printer is capable of
printing. If your graphic is on a page of say, 17 X 22, and you only have
8.5 X 11 capability on your printer, it may just spread the doent over
What software are you using with the graphic??
"ashleysac" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
news:bi6evi$lr8$1forums.macromedia.com...3 additional blank pages. I experimented on a second printer with the same> Everytime I print a single graphic on a single page, my printer spits out
results. I'm sure there is a simple solution.>
> Thanks in advance!