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    Cover page
    Choosing a cover page may help you to identify your printed 
    document in a large pile of paper. This is useful in a busy office 
    with many people sharing the printer.
    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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    Paper source
    This option allows you to select the paper tray to use for your 
    print job.
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    Print quality
    Print quality
    Use this option to selects the print resolution. The High 
    Quality (Multilevel) setting produces the best graphic 
    images, but these images can take longer to print.
    Photo Enhance
    Use Photo Enhance to significantly improve quality when 
    printing images. The printer driver analyses any 
    photographic images and processes them to improve the 
    overall appearance. This setting cannot be used together 
    with the High Quality (Multilevel) print quality setting.
    Toner Saving
    Toner saving uses less toner when printing your document. 
    This is best suited to draft text documents as it lightens the 
    print significantly.
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    Colour mode
    Advanced Colour The driver selects the most 
    appropriate color settings.
    Manual  Allows you to manually adjust colour 
    and black and white settings or select.
    Grayscale Convert all colors to shades of grey.
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    Color matching 
    Black Finish
    Use this option to control the way black is printed in colour 
    documents. Select Composite Black (CMYK) to uses all 4 
    toner colours to represent black. This option is 
    recommended for color photos. Select True Black (K) to 
    uses 100% black toner to represent black. This option is 
    recommended for text and business graphics.
    Brightness / Saturation
    This option allows you to increase brightness for a lighter 
    print. Modify saturation to change the strength (or purity) 
    of a colour.
    If the printed colours are too strong, reduce saturation and 
    increase brightness. As a general rule, reduce saturation 
    by the same amount as you increase brightness. For 
    example, if you reduce saturation by 10, increase 
    brightness by 10 to compensate.
    Monitor (6500K) Perceptual Optimised for printing photos. 
    Colors are printed with 
    emphasis on saturation.
    Monitor (6500K) Vivid Optimised for printing photos, 
    but with even more saturated 
    Monitor (9300K) Optimised for printing graphics 
    from applications such as 
    Microsoft Office. Colors are 
    printed with emphasis on 
    Digital Camera Results will vary depending on 
    the subject and conditions the 
    image was taken.
    sRGB The printer reproduces the 
    sRGB color space. This might be 
    useful if color matching from an 
    sRGB input device such as a 
    scanner or digital camera.
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    Printer options
    Media weight
    Select the thickness or type of paper in the printer. It is 
    important to set this correctly as it affects the temperature 
    at which the toner is fused to the paper. For example, if 
    you are printing on normal A4 paper, do not select Labels 
    or Transparency as this may cause toner smearing and 
    paper jams.
    Auto tray switch
    If the printer runs out of paper in the current tray, Auto 
    Tray Switch automatically changes to a tray that has the 
    same type of paper and continues printing.
    Paper size check
    Select Paper Size check if you want the printer to warn you 
    when the document paper size is different from the paper 
    in the printer.
    A warning message is displayed and printing continues 
    when you load the correct paper in the paper tray and 
    press ONLINE. When this option is deselected, the printer 
    uses the paper loaded in the selected tray regardless of the 
    document size.
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    Feed manually from Multipurpose Tray
    Select this option if you want the printer to wait until you 
    press the ONLINE button when feeding from the 
    Multipurpose Tray. This can be useful if printing on 
    Always create 100% black (K) toner
    Select this option if you want the printer to always use only 
    black (K) toner when printing pure black (RGB = 0,0,0). 
    This is effective even when Composite Black (CMYK) is 
    selected in the colour options.
    Run maintenance cycle before printing
    Depending on printing habits and usage patterns, running 
    the maintenance cycle before printing may ensure the best 
    possible print quality. This feature uses the printers image 
    drums and transfer belt. The life of these printer 
    consumables may be shortened if the printer runs a 
    maintenance cycle frequently.
    Print control
    If you are using the Windows Print Control Server software to 
    manage printers, enter your assigned user name and ID. This 
    information is sent to the printer with your print job and is 
    recorded by the printer.
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    This option displays a summary of all selected print options for 
    the current job. 
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    The printer drivers supplied with your printer provide several 
    controls for changing the colour output. For general use the 
    automatic settings will suffice, providing reasonable default 
    settings that will produce good results for most documents.
    Many applications have their own colour settings, and these may 
    override the settings in the printer driver. Please refer to the 
    documentation for your software application for details on how 
    that particular program’s colour management functions.
    If you wish to manually adjust the colour settings in your printer 
    driver, please be aware that colour reproduction is a complex 
    topic, and there are many factors to take into consideration. 
    Some of the most important factors are listed below.
    Differences between the range of colours
    a monitor or printer can reproduce
    >Neither a printer nor a monitor is capable of reproducing 
    the full range of colours visible to the human eye. Each 
    device is restricted to a certain range of colours. In 
    addition to this, a printer cannot reproduce all of the 
    colours displayed on a monitor, and vice versa.
    >Both devices use very different technologies to represent 
    colour. A monitor uses Red, Green and Blue (RGB) 
    phosphors (or LCDs), a printer uses Cyan, Magenta, 
    Yellow and Black (CMYK) toner or ink.
    >A monitor can display very vivid colours such as intense 
    reds and blues and these cannot be easily produced on 
    any printer using toner or ink. Similarly, there are certain 
    colours, (some yellows for example), that can be printed, 
    but cannot be displayed accurately on a monitor. This 
    disparity between monitors and printers is often the main 
    reason that printed colours do not match the colours 
    displayed on screen.
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    Viewing conditions 
    A print can look very different under different lighting conditions. 
    For example, the colours in a print may look different when 
    viewed standing next to a sunlit window, compared to how they 
    look under standard office fluorescent lighting.
    Printer driver colour settings
    The driver settings for manual colour can change the appearance 
    of a print. There are several options available to help match the 
    printed colours with those displayed on screen.
    Monitor settings
    The brightness and contrast controls on your monitor can change 
    how your document looks on-screen. Additionally, your monitor’s 
    colour temperature influences how “warm” or “cool” the colours 
    There are several settings found on a typical monitor:
    >5000k Warmest; yellowish lighting, typically used in 
    graphic art environments.
    >6500k Cooler; approximates daylight conditions.
    >9300k Cool; the default setting for many monitors 
    and television sets.
    (k = degrees Kelvin, a measurement of temperature.)
    How your software application displays colour 
    Some graphics applications such as Corel Draw or Adobe 
    Photoshop may display colour differently from “Office” 
    applications such as Microsoft Word. Please see your application’s 
    on-line help or user manual for more information.
    Paper type 
    The type of paper used can also significantly affect the printed 
    colour. For example, a printout on recycled paper can look duller 
    than one on specially formulated glossy paper.
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