blurred letters in older text fields

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  1. mjehnichen

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    when i create more than one textfield and print the document all text in the older textfield(s) will be blurred. The newest text field prints fine.
    The blur is not much but its obvious and it seems to use colors to print black instead of black toner purely.
    Color of the letters is defined 100% black or automatic.
    iI doesnt matter which font i use, nor which computer i use.
    Office 2016 365 on Mac Word V.15.24.

    thanks for any hint
    martin
     
    mjehnichen, Nov 21, 2016
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    macropod Microsoft MVP

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    Your problem description suggests it has little or nothing to do with Word, per se, but with some other aspect of your system. Perhaps you have a faulty printer driver.
     
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    thanks for answering but i doubt it because it happens on different computers and i found, that i can solve it by saving the document in Word 2007 format. Then Printing works fine without blurring.
    Or do you mean the printer firmware and its driver?
     
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    In that case, you need to explain more about the document(s) in question:
    What do you mean by 'textfield(s)'? That is not standard Word terminology.
    Precisely what content changes/does not change?
    If more than one document is affected:
    Are the documents all based on the same template?
    Do they (or their template) contain macros?
     
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