I saw this problem when printing multi-sheet schematics with only one of
the sheets open. The problem would disappear if I opened all the sheets
associated with the schematic before printing.
Madhu

> I'm using Protel 99SE w/SP6 on Windows 2000.  Many of my schematic
symbols
> (from the Protel Libraries) have overbars on the low-true signal
> names.  When viewed on my monitor they look fine but when I print the
page
> all of the overbars become several inches long, extending out of the
entire
> symbol itself in many cases.  This totally destroys and confuses the look
> of the printed schematic.  I'm using an HP 4MV in landscape mode for all
> printing.  I imagine this must have something to do with a printer font
> problem, although everything else I print other than Protel schematics
> comes out fine.  Any ideas or specifics on how to remedy this?  How about
> if someone invents something, maybe we should call it WYSIWYG, so that
what
> you see is what you get:-)



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