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    When you click the Properties 
    button from your application’s 
    Print dialogue, the driver 
    window opens to allow you to 
    specify your printing 
    preferences for the current 
    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 standard paper tray), Tray 2 (if you 
    have the optional 2nd paper tray installed) or the multi 
    purpose feeder. You can also click on the appropriate part 
    of the screen 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.A variety of document finishing options can be selected, 
    such as normal one page per sheet, or N-up (where N can 
    be any number up to 16) for printing scaled down pages 
    at more than one page per sheet. Booklet printing prints 
    two pages per sheet on each side of the paper so that 
    when folded they make up a booklet. Booklet printing 
    requires the duplex unit to be installed in your printer.
    Poster printing will print large pages as tiles spread over 
    multiple sheets.
    5.For two-sided printing, you can choose to flip the page by 
    the long edge or the short edge. Of course, this requires 
    that a duplex unit be installed in your printer.
    6.If you have changed some printing preferences before and 
    saved them as a set, you can recall them to avoid having 
    to set them individually each time you need them.
    7.A single on-screen button restores the default settings.
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    1.The output resolution of the printed page can be set as 
    • The High Quality setting prints at 600 x 600dpi x 2 bit. 
    This option requires the most printer memory and 
    takes the longest to print.
    • The Fine/Detail setting prints at 1200 x 600dpi and is 
    adequate for all but the most discerning applications.
    • The Normal setting prints at 600 x 600dpi and is 
    suitable for mostdraft documents, where print quality 
    is less critical.
    2.You can print watermark text behind the main page 
    image. This is useful for marking documents as draft, 
    confidential, etc.
    3.You can select up to 999 copies to print consecutively, 
    although you will need to top up the paper tray during 
    such a long print run.
    4.Page orientation can be set to either portrait (tall) or 
    landscape (wide).
    5.You printed pages can be scaled to fit larger or smaller 
    6.Clicking the Advanced button gives you access to further 
    settings. For example, you can elect to have black areas 
    printed using 100%K toner (a more matte appearance). 
    7.A single on-screen button restores the default settings.
    8.The quality of photographic images can be improved.
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    1.Control over the colour output of your printer may be 
    performed automatically, or for advanced control, by 
    manual adjustment. The automatic setting will be 
    appropriate in most cases. The other options in this 
    window only become visible when you select a choice 
    other than Auto. For greyscale printing, the printer runs at 
    24ppm and all pages are printed in black and white.
    2.You can choose from a range of colour matching options, 
    depending on the image source for your document. For 
    example, a photograph taken on a digital camera might 
    require different colour matching to a business graphic 
    created in a spreadsheet application. Again, for most 
    general purpose use, automatic is the best choice.
    3.Printed output may be made lighter or darker, or the 
    colours made more saturated and vibrant as required.
    4.Black areas may be printed using 100% cyan, magenta 
    and yellow (composite black), giving a more glossy 
    appearance, or using only black toner (true black), giving 
    a more matte appearance. Choosing the automatic setting 
    allows the driver to make the most appropriate choice 
    depending on image content.
    5.A single on-screen button restores the default settings.
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    When you open the driver properties window directly from 
    Windows, rather than from within an application program, a 
    somewhat more extensive range of settings is provided. Changes 
    made here will generally affect all documents you print from 
    Windows applications, and will be remembered from one 
    Windows session to the next.
    1.This area lists some of the main features of your printer, 
    including optional items, such as duplex (two-sided) 
    2.This button opens the same windows as described earlier 
    for items which can be set from within application 
    programs. Changes you make here, however, will become 
    the new default settings for all Windows applications.
    3.This button prints a test page to ensure that your printer 
    is working.
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    1.You can specify which times of day your printer will be 
    2.Indicates current priority, from 1 (lowest) to 99 (highest). 
    Highest priority documents will print first.
    3.Specifies that documents should be spooled (stored in a 
    special print file) before being printed. The document is 
    then printed in the background, allowing your application 
    program to become available more quickly.
    4.This specifies that printing should not start until the last 
    page has been spooled. If your application program needs 
    a lot of time for further computation in the middle of 
    printing, causing the print job to pause for more than a 
    short period, the printer could prematurely assume that 
    the document has finished. Selecting this option would 
    prevent that situation, but printing will be completed a 
    little later, as the start is delayed.
    5.This is the opposite choice to the one above. Printing 
    starts as soon as possible after the document begins 
    6.This specifies that the document should not be spooled, 
    but printed directly. Your application will not normally be 
    ready for further use until the print job is complete. This 
    requires less disk space on your computer, since there is 
    no spool file.
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    7.Directs the spooler to check the document setup and 
    match it to the printer setup before sending the document 
    to print. If a mismatch is detected, the document is held 
    in the print queue and does not print until the printer 
    setup is changed and the document restarted from the 
    print queue. Mismatched documents in the queue will not 
    prevent correctly matched documents from printing.
    8.Specifies that the spooler should favour documents which 
    have completed spooling when deciding which document 
    to print next, even if completed documents are lower 
    priority than documents which are still spooling. If no 
    documents have completed spooling, the spooler will 
    favour larger spooling documents over shorter ones. Use 
    this option if you want to maximise printer efficiency. 
    When this option is disabled the spooler chooses 
    documents based only on their priority settings.
    9.Specifies that the spooler should not delete documents 
    after they are completed. This allows documents to be re 
    submitted to the printer from the spooler instead of 
    printing again from the application program. If you use 
    this option frequently it will require large amounts of disk 
    space on your computer.
    10.Specifies whether advanced features, such as booklet 
    printing, page order and pages per sheet, are available, 
    depending on your printer. For normal printing keep this 
    option enabled. If compatibility problems occur you can 
    disable the feature. However, these advanced options may 
    then not be available, even though the hardware might 
    support them.
    11.This button provides access to the same setup windows as 
    when printing from applications. Changes made via the 
    Windows Control Panel become the Windows default 
    12.You can design and specify a separator page that prints 
    between documents. This is particularly useful on a 
    shared printer to help each user find their own documents 
    in the output stack.
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    In this window you can select which optional upgrades are 
    installed on your printer. This is covered in more detail in the 
    section in this guide about installing upgrades.
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    MAC OS 9
    Use the print dialog to choose your printer and select options for 
    how you want your document to print.
    1.Open the document you want to print.
    2.If you wish to change the paper size or page orientation, 
    choose File > Page Setup.
    The Page Setup options are described commencing 
    page 29.
    3.Choose File > Print.
    4.Select your printer from the Printer pop-up menu.
    5.If you wish to change any printer driver settings, select 
    the necessary options in the print dialog. You can select 
    more options from the Copies & Pages menu.
    The printer driver options are described commencing 
    page 29.
    6.Click Print.
    If you print a document and change the printer driver settings, 
    these changes are only remembered for that particular 
    document. To change the printer driver settings for all future 
    print jobs:
    1.Select Apple menu > Chooser.
    2.Select your printer driver in the left-hand panel of the 
    Chooser window.
    3.Select your printer model in the right-hand panel of 
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    4.Click Preferences.
    5.Change Page Setup Preferences or Print Preferences as 
    These new settings will be saved as the printer driver 
    Choose the paper size that matches your document and the 
    paper loaded in the printer. The paper margin is 1/6 inch (4.2 
    mm) at all edges.
    Selects either portrait (tall) or landscape (wide).
    If using landscape, you can flip the orientation 180 degrees.
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    Reduce or Enlarge
    Documents can be scaled up or down to fit on different paper 
    Multiple pages can be shrunk and printed on a single sheet of 
    paper. For example, choosing 4-up will tile four of your 
    documents pages across a single sheet of paper. 
    You can control the order in which the documents are tiled and 
    also choose to surround each document page with a border.
    If you have an optional duplex unit fitted to your printer, you can 
    print on both sides of the paper.
    Long-Edge Binding prints pages that read like a normal book. 
    Short-edge Binding prints pages that read like a notepad.
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