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You should be able to eliminate the "outside printable area" as a
possible cause of the problem by setting a "Bleed Limit" of zero (or
some small value) in the Print dialog (assuming you have that option --
it's been a long time since I've used CD v9), and confirming that the
page size fits the printer's imageable area.
If that's not the problem, then I'd be inclined to assume the bitmaps
themselves are the cause. What is their resolution and size (in
megabytes)? What format were they saved in, and were they compressed?
Are they linked to the Corel layout, or embedded in it?
If downsampling them allows them to print, the problem may be a lack of
memory or disk space for the print driver. If you have Adobe Acrobat (or
a third-party Distiller equivalent) you might try writing PostScript,
converting to a PDF, and seeing if the images show up there: if they do,
the problem is more likely to be related to your printer or its driver
than to anything in the document itself.