[Note: not sure if this is funny or gross, but I’ve spent too long writing printer-related words to retain any perspective on the matter – NM]
My work week has been dominated by printing hundreds of event invitations. At one point, the printer stopped pulling in the nice paper stock from the paper tray in the back. I devised a low-tech solution involving cardboard to alter the angle at which the paper enters the printer. It worked.
As soon as it worked, my thought process went pretty much like this: angle of approach –> better entry angle –> bedroom pillows –> sexy printer manuals.
So below is one entry from that soft-core manual, detailing my solution to the paper-feeding problem. (It’s an image file because WordPress won’t let me use Courier and I think any self-respecting printer manual uses Courier New. Click for much bigger version).