There are several things you can try to speed up printing:
Free up available memory by closing other Windows
around form fields.
Lower your printing resolution.
Resolution indicates the density of a printed character in dots per
To do this task
In your Printer Setup window for the form you're printing, click
Find the resolution and memory fields (you may need
to click a tab in the window).
If you're printing at 600 dpi, you could try
printing at 300 dpi. If you don't
see an option to change resolution, check your printer
manual for information on how to set resolution or
density of print.
Find the Memory field (it
may be on another tab in the printer window), and
verify that this amount matches the amount of memory
your printer actually has.
Check your printer manual
for the amount of memory available. If there is
no field for Memory, this option is not available
for your printer.
Make sure you have the latest printer driver.
Check with your printer manufacturer to make sure the latest available
printer driver is installed.
Change your printer fonts (if you have a continuous-feed printer).
Try using printer fonts instead of TrueType fonts. Some continuous-feed
printers can print the printer fonts much faster than True Type fonts. However,
a printer font may look different onscreen from the printed document. To find
out if a font is a TrueType font, open the Printer Setup window (or the Layout
Designer) for the area where you want to change the font. TrueType fonts have a
double T (TT) before the font name and the printer fonts have a printer symbol
before the font name.