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If it appears again, you can try to change some of Output settings:
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In earlier versions of MapInfo Professional, there was an optional registry setting, called SubdividePrinting, to allow print jobs to be broken into multiple, smaller print requests. This was especially useful if printing large raster/ translucent maps to large paper sizes. Now that option has been added as a preference. The preference is initialized using the registry setting if it existed.
On the Options menu, point to Preferences and click Output Settings to open the Output Preferences dialog box. On the Printing tab there is a check box for Subdivide Printing. If checked, the print job is broken into multiple smaller print request. If unchecked, the print is done in a single request.
Polygon Mode Printing
MapInfo Pro v10.0 introduces a new way of drawing complicated polygons, such as those containing holes or many nodes through a User Interface. This was due to an issue with printing such objects using an Adobe PDF printer driver. It left visible seams and gaps in the image when the PDF was printed. These seams and gaps were not visible on screen nor when printed using other printer drivers.
Printing with the new method means that large polygons are now rendered as-is not broken into smaller polygons, as the older method does. Additionally, the new method uses different calls that specifically support drawing polygons with holes. The older method manipulates the polygon with holes to draw as a single polygon, which caused seams and gaps to appear in the PDF Because this issue does not affect all users of MapInfo Professional who print maps, we continue to provide the original polygon drawing method.
Polygon Mode may be set for each of three types of drawing: on-screen, printing, and exporting. Select Polygon Mode on the Options menu, point to Preferences and click Output Settings to open the Output Preferences dialog box. Polygon Mode is a check box on the Display, Printing, and Exporting tabs.