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    1.Remove the Cassette Tray from the printer.
    Fan the paper to be loaded at the edges (1) and in the 
    middle (2) to ensure that all sheets are properly separated, 
    then tap the edges of the stack  on a flat surface to make it 
    flush again.(3).
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    3.Adjust the Rear Stopper (1) and Paper Guides (2) to the 
    size of paper being used. Use the markings on the printer 
    as a guide.
    4. Load the paper (1). Use the level indicators (2) as a guide. 
    For letter headed paper, load face down with top edge 
    towards the front of the printer.
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    To prevent paper jams:
    • Do not leave space between the paper and the guides and rear stopper.
    • Do not overfill the Cassette Tray. Capacity depends on  the type of paper stock.
    • Do not load damaged paper.
    • Do not load paper of different sizes or types at the  same time.
    • Do not pull the Cassette Tray out during printing.
    5. Close the Cassette Tray gently.
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    6.For face down printing, make sure the Face Up (rear) 
    Stacker is closed (the paper exits from the top of the 
    printer). Stacking capacity is approximately 150 sheets, 
    depending on paper weight.
    7. For face up printing, make sure the Face Up (rear) Stacker 
    is open and the paper support (1) is extended. Paper is 
    stacked in reverse order and tray capacity is 
    approximately 10 A4 sheets, depending on paper weight, 
    or 1 envelope or 1 sheet of heavier media.
    8. Always use the Face Up (rear) Stacker for heavy paper 
    (card stock etc.).
    Do not open or close the rear pa per exit while printing as it 
    may result in a paper jam.
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    1.Open the Multi Purpose Tray and press gently down on the 
    Paper Platform (2) to ensure it is latched down.
    2. Adjust the Paper Guides (1) to the size of paper you are 
    going to print on, using the markings on the Paper 
    3. Position a sheet of paper on the Paper Platform so that it 
    is gripped in place.
    • Load your chosen media one sheet at a time.
    • When printing on headed paper load the paper into the 
    Multi Purpose Tray with pre-printed side up and top 
    edge into the printer.
    • An envelope should be loaded face up with top edge to  the left and short edge facing into the printer.
    Set the correct paper size for the Multi Purpose Tray in the Media 
    Menu. ( See “Printer functions (User Settings)” on page 87. )
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    Your printer’s menus provide access to many options. See “Using 
    the printer software” on page 83  for more information.
    The Windows printer driver also contains settings for many of 
    these items. Where items in the printer driver are the same as 
    those in the menus, and you print documents from Windows, the 
    settings in the Windows printer driv er will override those items in 
    the menus.
    The illustrations in this chapter show the C3400n printer in 
    Windows XP/2000. However, the options shown for the C3400n 
    are the same when using the C3300 model. Other Windows 
    versions may appear slightly different, but the principles are the 
    A printer driver is a software program that controls a printer. The 
    printer driver feeds data about printing requirements for a 
    document to the printer.
    You can make printer driver settings either from Windows 
    Printers  window (called “Printers and Faxes” in Windows XP) or 
    from within a Windows applicatio n. The driver settings you make 
    from the Windows “Printing Preferences” dialog box are 
    essentially default settings and will be remembered from one 
    Windows session to the next. The driver settings you make from 
    within a Windows application, e.g.  in the File -> Print dialog box 
    in Microsoft Word, are those required for a particular job and will 
    not be remembered the next time  you open this application. In 
    both cases, you can save and name (on the Setup tab) specific 
    sets of driver settings which can be recalled for future use.
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    When you choose to print your document from a Windows 
    application program a Print dialog box appears. This dialog 
    usually specifies the name of the printer on which you will print 
    your document. Next to the printer name is a  Properties button.
    When you click  Properties a new window opens which contains 
    a short list of the printer settings available in the driver, which 
    you can choose for this document. The settings available from 
    within your application are only those which you may want to 
    change for specific applications or documents. Settings you 
    change here will usually only last for as long as the particular 
    application program is running.
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    When you click the Properties button from your application’s 
    Print dialog, the driver window opens to allow you to specify your 
    printing preferences for the current document.
    1. Paper size should be the same as the page size of your 
    document (unless you wish to scale the printout to fit 
    another size), and should also be the same as the size of 
    paper you will feed into the printer.
    2. You can choose the source of the paper to feed, which 
    may be Tray 1 (the Cassette Tray) or the Multi Purpose 
    Tray. You can either select the tray from the dropdown list 
    or you can click on the appropriate part of the printer 
    graphic to select your preferred tray.
    3. The setting for paper weight  should match the type of 
    paper on which you intend to print. 
    4. Click on the  Paper Feed Options  button to modify your 
    document to fit to paper of a  different size and to access 
    advanced Cassette Tray and Multi Purpose tray settings.
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    5.A variety of document finishing options can be selected, 
    such as normal one page per sheet, or N-up (where N can 
    be a maximum of 16) for printing scaled down pages at 
    more than one page per sheet.
    Select the Poster printing option to print large pages as 
    tiles spread over multiple sheets.
    6. You can choose to print on one side of a sheet only or to 
    use 2-sided printing (duplex pr inting). Your printer allows 
    you to carry out manual duplex printing, meaning you 
    must pass the paper through the printer twice. For more 
    information, see  “2-sided printing (Windows only)” on 
    page 66 . The Duplex Help  button also offers guidelines 
    on how to carry out manual duplex printing.
    7. If you have changed some printing preferences before and 
    saved them as a set under a specific name, you can recall 
    them under driver settings. Saving driver settings means 
    that you can avoid having to set printing preferences 
    individually each time you need them.
    8. Click the  Default button to restore the default printer 
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    1.The output resolution of the  printed page can be set as 
    • The ProQ2400 setting prints at 600 x 600dpi multi- level. This setting requires  the most printer memory 
    and takes the longest to print. It is the best option for 
    printing photographs and reproducing colour details.
    • The Fine/Detail setting prints at 1200 x 600dpi is the  best option for printing vector objects such as graphics 
    and text.
    • The Normal setting prints at 600 x 600dpi and is  suitable for most printing jobs. 
    2. Select this option to improve the quality of photographic 
    3. Select to help save your toner.
    4. Select this option to avoid printing out any blank pages 
    that are in your document.
    5. You can select up to 999 copies to print consecutively, 
    although you will need to top up the Cassette Tray during 
    such a long print run.
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