Background lines will print on inkjet but not laser printer?
My friend is having trouble printing charts from his printer. He uses an inkjet because he says that is the only way he can get the background lines in his charts to print. I said it shouldn't matter what type of printer he used and tried printing the graphs on my computer (with a laser printer). The lines did not show very well even after adjusting the printer properties to print on dark, 600 dpi, toner save off. They were there though, but very light unlike on the screen and hard to see.
Any idea what is causing this? Do inkjets just print finer details in images like my friend thought?