Dell V105 - All-in-One Printer User`s guide

Dell™ V105 All-In-One Printer User's Guide
To order ink or supplies from Dell:
1. Double-click the icon on your desktop.
2. Visit the Dell website, or order Dell printer supplies by phone.
www.dell.com/supplies
For the best service, ensure that you have the Dell printer Service Tag available.
Finding Information
About Your Printer
Loading Paper and Originals
Printing
Copying
Scanning
Understanding the Software
Maintenance
Troubleshooting
Specifications
Appendix
Licensing Notice
Notes, Notices, and Cautions
NOTE: A NOTE indicates important information that helps you make better use of your printer.
NOTICE: A NOTICE indicates either potential damage to hardware or loss of data and tells you how to avoid the
problem.
CAUTION: A CAUTION indicates a potential for property damage, personal injury, or death.
Information in this document is subject to change without notice.
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Model V105
February 2008 SRV FX703 Rev. A00
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Finding Information
What are you looking for?
Find it here
How to set up my printer
Setting Up Your Printer poster
How
How
How
How
How
to
to
to
to
to
load printable media into my printer
print
scan and copy documents and photos
care for and maintain my printer
contact Dell™
Owner's Manual
NOTE: The Owner's Manual may not be available in
your country or region.
Safety information for preparing to operate my
printer
Regulatory information
Warranty information
Supported paper type and sizes
How to select and store print media
How to load printable media into my printer
How to configure printer settings
How to set up and use printer software
How to care for and maintain my printer
How to troubleshoot and solve problems
Software and Drivers—Certified drivers for your
printer and installers for Dell printer software
Readme files—Last minute technical changes, or
advanced technical reference material for
experienced users or technicians
Product Information Guide
User's Guide
Drivers and Utilities CD
NOTE: If you purchased your Dell computer and printer at the
same time, documentation and drivers for your printer are
already installed on your computer.
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How to identify your printer when you use
support.dell.com or contact support
How to find the Express Service Code to direct
your call when contacting support
Solutions—Troubleshooting hints and tips,
frequently asked questions, documentation,
driver downloads, and product upgrades
Upgrades—Upgrade information for components,
such as memory, the network cards, and optional
equipment
Customer Care—Contact information, service call
and order status, warranty, and repair
information
Supplies for my printer
Accessories for my printer
Replacement ink and parts for my printer
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Service Tag and Express Code Stickers
These labels are located on your printer. For more information
about their location, see Understanding the Printer Parts.
Dell Support Website—support.dell.com
NOTE: Select your region or business segment to view the
appropriate support site.
Dell Printer Supplies Website—www.dell.com/supplies
You can purchase printer supplies online, by phone, or in select
retail stores.
Understanding the Software
Using the Dell Imaging Toolbox
Using Printing Preferences
Dell Ink Management System
Using the Dell Service Center
Installing the Optional XPS Driver
Removing and Reinstalling Software
The printer software includes:
Dell Imaging Toolbox– Allows you to perform various scan, copy, and print operations with newly scanned and
previously saved documents and images.
Printing Preferences– Allows you to adjust printer settings.
Dell Ink Management System™– Warns you when your printer is running low on ink.
Adobe ® Photoshop ® Album Starter Edition 3.2– Allows you to view, manage, and edit photos stored on your
computer.
Using the Dell Imaging Toolbox
The Dell Imaging Toolbox allows you to:
Scan, copy, and use a variety of tools for your printing needs.
Select the quantity and quality of your copies.
Preview images you want to print, scan, or copy.
Manage photos in a digital photo album.
E-mail scanned documents and photos.
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Check ink levels.
Order supplies online.
To access the Dell Imaging Toolbox:
1. In Windows Vista™:
a. Click
® Programs.
b. Click Dell Printers.
c. Click Dell V105.
In Windows ® XP and Windows 2000:
Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell V105.
2. Select Dell Imaging Toolbox.
The Dell Imaging Toolbox dialog box opens.
The Dell Imaging Toolbox Home screen has the following sections:
From this
section:
Click
Your Scanner
Scan
Copy
Photos
My Photo Album
Activities
Settings
To
Initiate a scan job.
Select the program where you want to send the scanned image.
Select the type of image being scanned.
Select a quality setting for your scan.
Create copies
Select the quality and color of your copies.
Select a quality setting for your copies.
Specify the blank paper size.
Specify the size of the original document being copied.
Lighten or darken your copies (this can also be accomplished using the operator
panel).
Resize your copies.
Manage saved photos in a photo album.
Print saved photos.
Create photo greeting cards.
Create posters from saved photos.
Attach a saved photo to e-mail messages.
Convert saved photos to PDF.
Resize an image.
Edit pictures.
Scan multiple photos.
Convert a scanned document to text using OCR.
Scan multiple images into a single file.
Print an image as a multi-page poster.
Print borderless photos.
Scan Multiple
Photos
Scan several photos at one time, and save them as individual files.
Print Borderless
Photos
Print photos without borders.
Print Settings
Adjust printer settings such as the quality, number of copies, paper source, and
orientation of your scan and copy jobs.
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Toolbox
Settings
Adjust toolbox settings for scanning, file transfer, e-mail, Library, and others.
For more information, click the Help icon in the Dell Imaging Toolbox.
Using Printing Preferences
You can change your printer settings in Printing Preferences depending on the type of project you want to create.
To access Printing Preferences when a document is open:
1. Click File® Print.
The Print dialog box opens.
2. Click Preferences, Properties, Options, or Setup (depending on the program or operating system).
The Printing Preferences dialog box opens.
To access Printing Preferences when a document is not open:
1. In Windows Vista:
a. Click
® Control Panel.
b. Click Hardware and Sound.
c. Click Printers.
In Windows XP, click Start® Settings® Control Panel® Printers and Other Hardware® Printers and Faxes.
In Windows 2000, click Start® Settings® Printers.
2. Right-click the Dell V105 icon.
3. Click Printing Preferences.
NOTE: Changes made to the printer settings from the Printers folder become the default settings for most
programs.
The Printing Preferences dialog box has three sections:
Tab
Options
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Print Setup
Quality/Speed — Select Draft, Normal, or Photo depending on your desired output quality. Draft is the
fastest option but should not be selected if you have a photo cartridge installed.
Media Type — Allows you to set the paper type manually, or have the printer detect the paper type
automatically.
Paper Size — Select the size of your paper.
Print in black and white — Print your color images in black and white to save the ink in your color
cartridge.
NOTE: You cannot select this setting if you have selected Use Color Cartridge for all Black Printing.
Borderless — Select the check box if you want to print borderless photos.
Orientation — Select how the document is arranged on the printed page. You can print using portrait or
landscape orientation.
Envelope — Select the check box if you want to print an envelope. The Paper Size area lists the envelope
sizes available for printing.
Copies — Customize how the printer prints several copies of a single print job: Collated, Normal, or
Print Last Page First.
Advanced
2-sided Printing — Select this to print on both sides of the paper, and whether or not to print an
instruction page to assist in reloading paper.
Layout — Select from Normal, Banner, Mirror, N-up, Poster, Booklet, or Borderless.
Automatic Image Sharpening — Automatically select the best image-sharpening level based on image
content.
Dell Customer Experience Improvement Program — Allows you to access information about, and change
your status in, the Dell Customer Experience Improvement Program.
More Options — Allows you to specify Appearance Mode and Complete-A-Print settings. You can also
view the paper type that the printer detects.
Maintenance Install Ink Cartridges
Clean Ink Cartridges
Align Ink Cartridges
Print a Test Page
Network Support
Dell Ink Management System
Each time you print a job, a printing progress screen appears, which shows the progress of the print job as well as the
amount of ink remaining and the approximate number of pages remaining in the cartridge. The page counter is hidden
during the first 50 pages of cartridge use, until printing habits are learned and a more accurate count can be given. The
number of pages remaining changes as a result of the type of print jobs the printer completes.
When your ink cartridge levels are low, a Low Ink Warning appears on your screen when you try to print. This warning
is displayed every time you print until you install a new ink cartridge. For more information, see Replacing Ink Cartridges.
When one or both of your ink cartridges are empty, the Reserve Tank window appears on your screen when you try to
print. If you continue printing, the print job may not print as you expect.
If your black ink cartridge is out of ink, you can choose to print black from the color ink cartridge (Process Black) by
selecting Complete-A-Print before clicking the Continue Printing button. If you select Complete-A-Print and click
Continue Printing, Process Black is used for all black printing until the black cartridge is replaced, or the option is
cleared from More Options, located on the Advanced tab of the Printing Preferences. The Reserve Tank dialog does
not display again until after the low ink cartridge has been replaced. The Complete-A-Print check box is automatically
reset when a new or different cartridge is installed.
If your color ink cartridge is out of ink, you can choose to print color documents in grayscale by selecting Complete-APrint before clicking the Continue Printing button. If you select Complete-A-Print, and click Continue Printing, all
color documents will print in black and white until the color cartridge is replaced or the option is cleared from More
Options, located on the Advanced tab of the Printing Preferences. The Reserve Tank dialog does not display after
the low ink cartridge has been replaced. The Complete-A-Print check box is automatically reset when a new or different
cartridge is installed.
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To adjust Complete-A-Print settings:
1. Click the Advanced tab.
2. Click More Options.
3. In the Complete-A-Print section, select either Use color cartridge for all black printing, or Use black
cartridge to print in black and white to turn these features on or off.
4. Click OK.
Using the Dell Service Center
The Dell Service Center is a diagnostic tool that provides step-by-step troubleshooting help with problems encountered
while using the printer. It also contains links to printer maintenance tasks and customer support.
To access the Dell Service Center, you can use either of these methods.
From an error message dialog box:
Click the For additional assistance, use the Dell Service Center link.
From the Start Menu:
1. In Windows Vista:
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a. Click
® Programs.
b. Click Dell Printers.
c. Click Dell V105.
In Windows XP and Windows 2000:
Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell V105.
2. Click Dell Service Center.
The Dell Service Center dialog box opens.
Installing the Optional XPS Driver
The XML Paper Specification (XPS) driver is an optional printer driver designed to make use of the advanced XPS color
and graphics features that are only available for Windows Vista users. In order to use XPS features, you must install the
XPS driver as an additional driver after you install your printer.
NOTE: Before installing the XPS driver, complete the steps on the Setting Up Your Printer poster to install the
printer on your computer.
NOTE: Before installing the XPS driver, you must install the Microsoft QFE Patch and extract the driver files from the
Drivers and Utilities CD. To install the patch, you must have administrator privileges on the computer.
To install the Microsoft QFE Patch and extract the driver:
1. Insert the Drivers and Utilities CD, and then click Cancel when the Setup Wizard appears.
2. Click
® Computer.
3. Double-click the CD-ROM drive icon, and then double-click Drivers.
4. Double-click xps, and then double-click setupxps.
XPS driver files are copied to your computer, and any required Microsoft XPS files are launched. Follow the
instructions on the screen to finish installing the patch.
To install the driver:
1. Click
® Control Panel.
2. Under Hardware and Sound, click Printer, and then click Add a Printer.
3. From the Add Printer dialog box, click Add a local printer.
4. From the Use an existing port: drop-down menu, select Virtual printer port for USB, and then click Next.
5. Click Have disk.
The Install From Disk dialog box opens.
6. Click Browse, and then navigate to the XPS driver files on your computer:
a. Click Computer, and then double-click (C:).
b. Double-click Drivers, and then double-click Printer.
c. Double-click the folder that has your printer model number, and then double-click Drivers.
d. Double-click xps, and then click Open.
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e. From the Install From Disk dialog box, click OK.
7. Click Next on the following two dialog boxes.
For more information on the XPS driver, see the XPS readme file on the Drivers and Utilities CD. The file is located in the
xps folder with the setupxps batch file (D:\Drivers\xps\readme).
Removing and Reinstalling Software
If your printer does not function properly, or communication error messages appear when using your printer, you can
remove and reinstall the printer software.
1. In Windows Vista:
a. Click
® Programs.
b. Click Dell Printers.
c. Click Dell V105.
In Windows XP and WIndows 2000:
Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell V105.
2. Click Uninstall Dell V105.
3. Follow the instructions on the screen.
4. Restart your computer.
5. Insert the Drivers and Utilities CD, and then follow the instructions on the screen.
If the installation screen does not appear:
a. In Windows Vista, click
® Computer.
In Windows XP, click Start® My Computer.
In Windows 2000, double-click My Computer from your desktop.
b. Double-click the CD-ROM drive icon, and then double-click setup.exe.
c. When the printer software installation screen appears, click Using a USB cable or Using a wireless
network.
d. Follow the instructions on your screen to complete the installation.
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About Your Printer
Understanding the Printer Parts
Understanding the Operator Panel
You can use your printer to do a variety of things. A few important things to note:
If the printer is connected to a computer, you can use either the printer operator panel or the printer software to
produce quality documents and photos.
You do need to connect your printer to a computer to print or scan.
You do not need to connect your printer to a computer to make photocopies.
Understanding the Printer Parts
Number: Part:
Description:
1
Top cover
Top of the printer that holds your document or photo flat while you scan it.
2
Paper exit
tray
Tray that holds the paper as it exits the printer.
3
Operator
panel
Panel on the printer that you use to control copying, scanning, and printing. For more
information, see Understanding the Operator Panel.
4
Foreign
object guard
Part that prevents small foreign objects from falling into the paper path.
5
Paper
support
Part that supports loaded paper.
6
Paper guides
Guides that help the paper feed into the printer properly.
7
Scanner
glass
Surface on which you place your document or photo face down to copy or scan it.
NOTE: Pull the paper exit tray stop straight out to extend it.
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Number: Part:
Description:
8
Scanner
base
unit
Unit you lift to gain access to the ink cartridges.
9
Scanner
support
Part under scanner unit that keeps the printer open while you change ink cartridges.
10
Supplies
Reorder
Label
To order ink cartridges or paper, visit www.dell.com/supplies.
11
Ink
cartridge
carrier
Part that holds two ink cartridges, one color ink and the other black or photo.
12
Express
Service
Code
NOTE: To close the printer for normal operation, lift the scanner base unit, push the scanner
support back towards the rear of the printer, and then lower the scanner base unit until it rests on
the main body of the printer.
Identify your printer when you use support.dell.com or contact technical support.
Enter the Express Service Code to direct your call when contacting technical support.
NOTE: The Express Service Code is not available in all countries.
Number: Part:
Description:
13
Supplies power to the printer.
Power
supply
NOTE: The power supply is removable. When the power supply is removed from the printer, but
remains plugged into a power outlet, an LED lights up notifying you that power is still present on
the power supply.
NOTE: If the power is off when you unplug your printer, the power will be off when you plug it
back in.
14
USB
Slot into which you plug the USB cable (sold separately). The other end of the USB cable plugs
connector into your computer.
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Understanding the Operator Panel
Number
Use the:
Icon To:
1
Display
2
Copies button
Set the number of copies.
3
Scan button
Scan a document or photo to the computer.
4
Cancel button
Cancel a scan, print, or copy job in progress.
5
Power button
6
Mono or photo cartridge error LED
Check if the black or photo ink cartridge needs to be replaced.
7
Color cartridge error LED
Check if the color ink cartridge needs to be replaced.
8
Paper feed button
Load or eject paper.
9
4 x 6 Copy button
Initiate a 4 x 6 color photo copy.
10
Mono Copy button
Initiate a black-and-white copy of a document or photo.
11
Color Copy button
Initiate a color copy of a document or photo.
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View the number of copies to be printed as well as error codes.
Turn the printer on or off.
Cancel a print, copy, or scan job in progress.
Reset the printer.
Maintenance
Replacing Ink Cartridges
Aligning Ink Cartridges
Cleaning the Ink Cartridge Nozzles
Cleaning the Exterior of the Printer
CAUTION: Before performing any of the procedures listed in this section, read and follow the safety
information in your Owner's Manual.
Dell™ ink cartridges are available only through Dell. You can order more ink online at www.dell.com/supplies or by phone.
CAUTION: It is recommended that Dell ink cartridges be used for your printer. Dell does not provide
warranty coverage for problems caused by using accessories, parts, or components not supplied by Dell.
Replacing Ink Cartridges
1. Turn on your printer.
2. Lift the scanner base unit.
The ink cartridge carrier moves and stops at the loading position unless the printer is busy.
3. Press down on the ink cartridge lever to raise each ink cartridge lid.
4. Remove the old ink cartridges.
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5. Store the cartridges in an air-tight container, such as the storage unit you received with your photo cartridge, or
dispose of them properly.
6. If you are installing new ink cartridges, remove the sticker and transparent tape from the back and bottom of each
ink cartridge.
NOTICE: Do not touch the gold contact area on the side or the metal nozzles on the bottom of the ink
cartridges.
7. Insert the new ink cartridges. Ensure that the black or photo ink cartridge is secure in the left ink cartridge carrier,
and the color ink cartridge is secure in the right ink cartridge carrier.
NOTE: For normal printing, use a black cartridge and a color cartridge. For photo printing, replace the black
cartridge with a photo cartridge.
8. Snap each lid closed.
9. Close the printer. Lift the scanner base unit, and then push the scanner support back towards the rear of the
printer. Lower the scanner base unit until it rests on the main body of the printer.
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Aligning Ink Cartridges
Your printer automatically prompts you to align the ink cartridges when they are installed or replaced. You may also need
to align the ink cartridges when the characters are not properly formed or are not aligned at the left margin, or when
vertical or straight lines appear wavy.
To align the ink cartridges:
1. Load plain paper.
2. In Windows Vista™:
a. Click
® Control Panel.
b. Click Hardware and Sound.
c. Click Printers.
In Windows ® XP, click Start® Control Panel® Printers and Other Hardware® Printers and Faxes.
In Windows 2000, click Start® Settings® Printers.
3. Right-click the Dell V105 icon.
4. Click Printing Preferences.
The Printing Preferences dialog box opens.
5. Click the Maintenance tab.
6. Click Align Ink Cartridges.
7. Click Print.
8. Follow the instructions on the computer screen.
The ink cartridges align when the page prints. You may discard the alignment page when the alignment is complete.
Cleaning the Ink Cartridge Nozzles
You may need to clean the nozzles when:
White lines appear in graphics or solid black areas.
Print appears smudged or too dark.
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Colors fade, do not print, or do not print correctly.
Vertical lines appear jagged, or edges appear rough.
To clean the nozzles:
1. Load plain paper.
2. In Windows Vista:
a. Click
® Control Panel.
b. Click Hardware and Sound.
c. Click Printers.
In Windows XP, click Start® Control Panel® Printers and Other Hardware® Printers and Faxes.
In Windows 2000, click Start® Settings® Printers.
3. Right-click the Dell V105 icon.
4. Click Printing Preferences.
The Printing Preferences dialog box opens.
5. Click the Maintenance tab.
6. Click Clean Ink Cartridges.
The cleaning page prints.
7. If the print quality has not improved, click Clean Again.
8. Print your document again to verify the improved print quality.
If you are still not satisfied with the print quality, wipe the nozzles with a clean, dry cloth, and then print your document
again.
Cleaning the Exterior of the Printer
1. Make sure that the printer is turned off and unplugged from the wall outlet.
CAUTION: To avoid the risk of electric shock, unplug the power cord from the wall outlet and
disconnect all cables to the printer before proceeding.
2. Remove paper from the paper support and paper exit tray.
3. Dampen a clean, lint-free cloth with water.
NOTICE: Do not use household cleaners or detergents, as they may damage the finish of the printer.
4. Wipe only the outside of the printer, making sure to remove any ink residue that has accumulated on the paper exit
tray.
NOTICE: Using a damp cloth to clean the interior may cause damage to your printer. Damage to the printer
caused by not following the correct instructions for cleaning will not be covered under warranty.
5. Make sure the paper support and paper exit tray are dry before beginning a new print job.
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Loading Paper and Originals
Loading Paper
Loading Original Documents on the Scanner Glass
Loading Paper
1. Fan the paper.
2. Center the paper on the paper support.
3. Adjust the paper guides so that they rest against the edges of the paper.
NOTE: Do not pull on both paper guides simultaneously. When one paper guide is moved, the other adjusts
accordingly.
NOTE: Do not force paper into the printer. The paper should be flat against the paper support surface, and
the edges should be flush against both paper guides.
Print Media Guidelines
Load up to:
100 sheets of plain paper
25 sheets of heavyweight
matte paper
Ensure that:
The paper guides rest against the edges of the paper.
You load letterhead paper with the print side facing up and the top of the
letterhead going into the printer first.
The print side of the paper faces up.
The paper guides rest against the edges of the paper.
You select Normal or Photo print quality.
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First sheet of the banner paper
10 envelopes
You remove all paper from the paper support before inserting banner paper.
You use banner paper designed for inkjet printers.
You place a stack of banner paper on or behind the printer, and feed in the first
sheet.
The paper guides rest against the edges of the paper.
You select A4 Banner or Letter Banner paper size.
The print side of the envelopes faces up.
The paper guides rest against the edges of the envelopes.
You print the envelopes with Landscape orientation.
NOTE: If you are mailing within Japan, the envelope can be printed in Portrait
orientation with the stamp in the lower right corner or in Landscape orientation
with the stamp in the lower left corner. If you are mailing internationally, print in
Landscape orientation with the stamp in the upper left corner.
You select the correct envelope size. Select the next biggest size if the exact
envelope size is not listed, and set the left and right margins so your envelope is
correctly positioned.
25 sheets of labels
25 greeting cards, index cards,
postcards, or photo cards
25 sheets of photo/glossy
paper
10 iron-on transfers
The print side of the label sheet faces up.
The paper guides rest against the edges of the label sheet.
You select Normal or Photo print quality.
The print side of the cards faces up.
The paper guides rest against the edges of the cards.
You select Normal or Photo print quality.
The print side of the paper faces up.
The paper guides rest against the edges of the paper.
You select Normal or Photo print quality.
You follow the loading instructions on the iron-on transfer packaging.
The print side of the transfer faces up.
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The paper guides rest against the edges of the transfer.
You select Normal or Photo print quality.
50 transparencies
The rough side of the transparencies faces up.
The paper guides rest against the edges of the transparencies.
Loading Original Documents on the Scanner Glass
1. Open the top cover.
2. Place the document face down on the scanner glass.
NOTE: Ensure that the upper left corner of the front of the item aligns with the arrow on the printer.
3. Close the top cover.
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Troubleshooting
Setup Problems
Copying Problems
Error Codes and Flashing Lights on the Operator Panel
Scanning Problems
Clearing Paper Jams
Paper Problems
Avoiding Jams and Misfeeds
Improving Print Quality
Printing Problems
General Guidelines for Selecting or Loading Print Media
If the printer does not work, ensure that the printer is properly connected to the electrical outlet and the computer, if
using a computer.
For information on troubleshooting cartridge problems, see Error Codes and Flashing Lights on the Operator Panel.
For help on maintaining your printer, see Maintenance.
For more help and to check the latest information on troubleshooting your printer, please visit
http://support.dell.com/support.
Setup Problems
Computer Problems
Verify that your printer is compatible with your computer.
The printer supports Windows Vista™, Windows ® XP, and Windows 2000 only.
Windows ME, Windows 98, and Windows 95 are not supported by this printer.
Ensure that you have turned on both your printer and your computer.
Check the USB cable.
Ensure that the USB cable is firmly connected to your printer and your computer.
Shut down the computer, reconnect the USB cable as shown on the Setting Up Your Printer poster, and then restart
the computer.
If the software installation screen does not appear automatically, install the software manually.
1. Insert the Drivers and Utilities CD.
2. In Windows Vista, click
® Computer.
In Windows XP, click Start® My Computer.
In Windows 2000, double-click My Computer from your desktop.
3. Double-click the CD-ROM drive icon, and then double-click setup.exe.
4. When the printer software installation screen appears, click Using a USB cable or Using a wireless network.
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5. Follow the instructions on your screen to complete the installation.
Determine if the printer software is installed.
In Windows Vista:
1. Click
® Programs.
2. Click Dell Printers.
In Windows XP and Windows 2000:
Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell V105.
If the printer does not appear in the list of printers, the printer software is not installed. Install the printer software. For
more information, see Removing and Reinstalling Software.
Correct communication problems between the printer and the computer.
Remove the USB cable from your printer and your computer. Reconnect the USB cable to your printer and your
computer.
Turn off the printer. Unplug the printer power cable from the electrical outlet. Reconnect the printer power cable into
the electrical outlet, and turn on the printer.
Restart your computer.
If the problem still exists, replace the USB cable.
Set your printer as the default printer.
1. In Windows Vista:
a. Click
® Control Panel.
b. Click Hardware and Sound.
c. Click Printers.
In Windows XP, click Start® Control Panel® Printers and Other Hardware® Printers and Faxes.
In Windows 2000, click Start® Settings® Printers.
2. Right-click the Dell V105 icon.
3. Select Set as Default Printer.
Printer won't print and print jobs are stuck in the print queue.
Check for multiple instances of the printer installed on your computer.
1. In Windows Vista:
a. Click
® Control Panel.
b. Click Hardware and Sound.
c. Click Printers.
In Windows XP, click Start® Control Panel® Printers and Other Hardware® Printers and Faxes.
In Windows 2000, click Start® Settings® Printers.
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2. Check for multiple objects for your printer.
3. Print a job to each of these print objects to see which printer is active.
4. Set that print object as the default printer:
a. Right-click the Dell V105 icon.
b. Click Set as Default Printer.
5. Delete the other copies of the print object by right-clicking the printer name and selecting Delete.
To prevent multiple instances of the printer in your Printers folder, ensure you always plug the USB cable back into
the same USB port that was originally used for the printer. Also, do not install printer drivers multiple times from
the Drivers and Utilities CD.
Printer Problems
Ensure that the printer power cable is firmly connected to the printer and the electrical outlet.
Determine if the printer has been held or paused.
1. In Windows Vista:
a. Click
® Control Panel.
b. Click Hardware and Sound.
c. Click Printers.
In Windows XP, click Start® Control Panel® Printers and Other Hardware® Printers and Faxes.
In Windows 2000, click Start® Settings® Printers.
2. Right-click the Dell V105 icon.
3. Make sure Pause Printing is not selected. If Pause Printing is selected, click it to clear the option.
Check for blinking lights on the printer.
For more information, see Error Codes and Flashing Lights on the Operator Panel.
Ensure that you have installed the ink cartridges correctly and removed the sticker and tape from
each cartridge.
Ensure that you have loaded the paper correctly.
For more information, see Loading Paper.
Error Codes and Flashing Lights on the Operator Panel
For more help and to check the latest information on troubleshooting your printer, please visit
http://support.dell.com/support.
What
appears
Flashing
lights on
What it indicates:
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Solution:
on the
display:
None
the
operator
panel:
flashes
rapidly.
The printer is out of paper or a
paper jam exists in the printer.
If the printer is out of paper, load paper into the printer,
. For more
and then press the Paper Feed button
information, see Loading Paper.
If there is a paper jam, clear the paper jam. For more
information, see Check for a paper jam..
None
None
None
None
flashes
rapidly.
is on.
flashes
rapidly.
is on.
The color ink cartridge is running
low on ink. It needs to be
replaced soon.
Order new ink cartridges. To order supplies, visit the Dell
web site at www.dell.com/support.
The color ink cartridge is out of
ink. It needs to be replaced
immediately.
Replace the ink cartridge with a new one. For more
information, see Replacing Ink Cartridges.
The black or photo ink cartridge
is running low on ink. It needs to
be replaced soon.
Order new ink cartridges. To order supplies, visit the Dell
web site at www.dell.com/support.
The color ink cartridge is out of
ink. It needs to be replaced
immediately.
Replace the ink cartridge with a new one. For more
information, see Replacing Ink Cartridges.
EC1
flashes
slowly.
The color ink cartridge is invalid.
Replace the invalid ink cartridge. For more information, see
Replacing Ink Cartridges.
EC1
flashes
slowly.
The black or photo ink cartridge
is invalid.
Replace the invalid ink cartridge. For more information, see
Replacing Ink Cartridges.
EC2
and
Both cartridges are missing.
Insert a black or photo cartridge in the left cartridge carrier
and a color cartridge in the right carrier. For more
information, see Replacing Ink Cartridges.
Ink cartridges are interchanged.
Swap the ink cartridges. Place the black or photo cartridge
in the left cartridge carrier and the color cartridge in the
right carrier. For more information, see Replacing Ink
Cartridges.
The printhead carrier has
stopped moving while in the
middle of a print job.
Clear the carrier jam. Remove obstructions from the carrier
.
path, and then press the Paper Feed button
One or both of the ink cartridges
had a short circuit.
Find out which cartridge is bad. Remove both cartridges,
then install them one at a time to see which one is bad.
Replace the bad cartridge.
The printhead carrier is not in its
home position, or has not
properly rested at the left side of
the path.
Clear the carrier jam. Remove obstructions from the carrier
.
path, and then press the Paper Feed button
The printhead carrier has stalled.
Clear the carrier jam. Remove obstructions from the carrier
.
path, and then press the Paper Feed button
flash rapidly.
EC3
EC4
and
flash slowly.
flashes
slowly.
EC5
EC6
and
flash
alternately.
flashes
slowly.
EJ
flashes
slowly.
Clearing Paper Jams
Paper jam in the paper path
1. Pull the paper firmly to remove it. If you cannot reach the paper because it is too far into the printer, lift the
scanner base unit to open the printer.
2. Pull the paper out.
3. Close the scanner base unit.
4. Resend your print job to print any missing pages.
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Paper jam not visible
1. Turn off the printer.
2. Lift the scanner base unit.
3. Firmly grasp the paper, and gently pull it from the printer.
4. Close the scanner base unit.
5. Turn on the printer, and print the document again.
Avoiding Jams and Misfeeds
You can avoid most jams and misfeeds by following these guidelines:
Use media that follows the printer's media guidelines. For more information, see Loading Paper.
Make sure that the media is properly loaded in the input tray.
Do not overload the input tray.
Do not remove media from the input tray while printing.
Flex, fan, and straighten the paper before loading.
Do not use creased, damp, or curled paper.
Orient the media according to the instructions for the printer.
Printing Problems
Check the ink levels, and install new print cartridges if necessary.
For more information, see Replacing Ink Cartridges.
Ensure that you remove individual sheets from the paper exit tray.
To avoid ink smudging when you are using the following media, remove each sheet as it exits, and allow it to dry:
Photo/glossy paper
Transparencies
Labels
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Envelopes
Iron-on transfers
Free up memory resources on your computer when print speed is slow.
Close all applications not in use.
Try minimizing the number and size of graphics and images in your document.
Consider purchasing more Random Access Memory (RAM) for your computer.
Remove fonts that you rarely use from your system.
Uninstall the printer software, and then reinstall it. For more information, see Removing and Reinstalling Software.
Select a lower print quality from the Printing Preferences dialog box.
Ensure that you have loaded the paper correctly.
For more information, see Loading Paper.
Copying Problems
Check for blinking lights or error messages on the printer.
For more information, see Error Codes and Flashing Lights on the Operator Panel.
Make sure the scanner glass is clean.
Gently wipe the scanner glass as well as the thin strip of glass beside it with a clean, lint-free cloth dampened with water.
Remove image patterns from magazines or newspapers.
1. In Windows Vista:
a. Click
® Programs.
b. Click Dell Printers.
c. Click Dell V105.
In Windows XP or Windows 2000:
Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell V105.
2. Select Dell Imaging Toolbox.
The Dell Imaging Toolbox dialog box opens.
3. From the Home screen, click My Photo Album.
4. Click File® Open to select the image that you want to edit.
5. With an image open, click the Advanced tab.
6. Click Image Patterns.
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The Image Patterns dialog box opens.
7. Select Remove image patterns from magazine/newspaper (descreen).
8. From the What patterns need to be removed? drop down menu, select a pattern depending on your scanned
item.
9. Click OK.
Reduce background noise on scanned documents.
1. In Windows Vista:
a. Click
® Programs.
b. Click Dell Printers.
c. Click Dell V105.
In Windows XP or Windows 2000:
Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell V105.
2. Select Dell Imaging Toolbox.
The Dell Imaging Toolbox dialog box opens.
3. From the Home screen, click My Photo Album.
4. Click File® Open to select the image that you want to edit.
5. With an image open, click the Advanced tab.
6. Click Image Patterns.
The Image Patterns dialog box opens.
7. Select Reduce stray marks (background noise) on color documents.
8. Move the slider from left to right to adjust the quantity of background noise on your scanned document.
9. Click OK.
Make sure the document or photo is loaded correctly on the scanner glass.
For more information, see Loading Original Documents on the Scanner Glass.
Check paper sizes.
Make sure the paper size being used matches the size you selected on the operator panel or the Dell Imaging Toolbox.
Scanning Problems
Check for blinking lights and error messages on the printer.
For more information, see Error Codes and Flashing Lights on the Operator Panel.
Check the USB cable.
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Ensure the USB cable is firmly connected to your printer and your computer.
Shut down the computer, reconnect the USB cable as shown on the Setting Up Your Printer poster, and then restart
the computer.
Determine if the printer software is installed.
In Windows Vista:
1. Click
® Programs.
2. Click Dell Printers.
In Windows XP or Windows 2000:
Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell V105.
If the printer does not appear in the list of printers, the printer software is not installed. Install the printer software. For
more information, see Removing and Reinstalling Software.
Correct communication problems between the printer and the computer.
Remove and then reconnect the USB cable from your printer and your computer.
Turn off the printer. Unplug the printer power cable from the electrical outlet. Reconnect the printer power cable into
the electrical outlet, and turn on the printer.
Restart your computer.
Change the scan resolution to a lower value if scanning takes too long or freezes the computer.
1. In Windows Vista:
a. Click
® Programs.
b. Click Dell Printers.
c. Click Dell V105.
In Windows XP and Windows 2000:
Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell V105.
2. Select Dell Imaging Toolbox.
The Dell Imaging Toolbox dialog box opens.
3. From the Home screen, click Scan.
The What are you scanning? dialog box opens.
4. Click Custom Settings.
5. From the Scan Resolution drop down menu, select a lower scan resolution.
6. To make this setting the default for all scan jobs, select Always use these settings when scanning.
7. Click Start to start scanning, or click Preview to preview your document or photo before scanning.
Change the scan resolution to a higher value if the scanned image quality is poor.
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1. In Windows Vista:
a. Click
® Programs.
b. Click Dell Printers.
c. Click Dell V105.
In Windows XP and Windows 2000:
Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell V105.
2. Select Dell Imaging Toolbox.
The Dell Imaging Toolbox dialog box opens.
3. From the Home screen, click Scan.
The What are you scanning? dialog box opens.
4. Click Custom Settings.
5. From the Scan Resolution drop down menu, select a higher scan resolution.
6. To make this setting the default for all scan jobs, select Always use these settings when scanning.
7. Click Start to start scanning, or Preview to preview your document or photo before scanning.
Remove image patterns from magazines or newspapers.
1. In Windows Vista:
a. Click
® Programs.
b. Click Dell Printers.
c. Click Dell V105.
In Windows XP or Windows 2000:
Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell V105.
2. Select Dell Imaging Toolbox.
The Dell Imaging Toolbox dialog box opens.
3. From the Home screen, click My Photo Album.
4. Click File® Open to select the image that you want to edit.
5. With an image open, click the Advanced tab.
6. Click Image Patterns.
The Image Patterns dialog box opens.
7. Select Remove image patterns from magazine/newspaper (descreen).
8. From the What patterns need to be removed? drop down menu, select a pattern depending on your scanned
item.
9. Click OK.
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Reduce background noise on scanned documents.
1. In Windows Vista:
a. Click
® Programs.
b. Click Dell Printers.
c. Click Dell V105.
In Windows XP or Windows 2000:
Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell V105.
2. Select Dell Imaging Toolbox.
The Dell Imaging Toolbox dialog box opens.
3. From the Home screen, click My Photo Album.
4. Click File® Open to select the image that you want to edit.
5. With an image open, click the Advanced tab.
6. Click Image Patterns.
The Image Patterns dialog box opens.
7. Select Reduce stray marks (background noise) on color documents.
8. Move the slider from left to right to adjust the quantity of background noise on your scanned document.
9. Click OK.
Make sure the document or photo is loaded correctly on the scanner glass.
For more information, see Loading Original Documents on the Scanner Glass.
Make sure the scanner glass is clean.
Gently wipe the scanner glass, as well as the thin strip of glass beside it, with a clean, lint-free cloth dampened with
water.
Paper Problems
Make sure you loaded the paper correctly.
For more information, see Loading Paper.
Use only paper recommended for your printer.
For more information, see Print Media Guidelines.
Load a smaller amount of paper when printing multiple pages.
For more information, see Print Media Guidelines.
Make sure the paper is not wrinkled, torn, or damaged.
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Check for a paper jam.
For more information, see Clearing Paper Jams.
Improving Print Quality
If you are not satisfied with the print quality of your documents, there are several different ways to improve the print
quality.
Use the appropriate paper. For example, use Dell™ Premium Photo Paper if you are printing photos with a photo ink
cartridge.
Select a higher print quality.
To select a higher print quality:
1. With your document open, click File® Print.
The Print dialog box opens.
2. Click Preferences, Properties, Options, or Setup (depending on the program or operating system).
The Printing Preferences dialog box opens.
3. On the Print Setup tab, select a higher quality setting.
4. Print your document again.
5. If the print quality does not improve, try aligning or cleaning the ink cartridges. For more information, see Aligning
Ink Cartridges and Cleaning the Ink Cartridge Nozzles.
For additional solutions, go to http://support.dell.com/support.
General Guidelines for Selecting or Loading Print Media
Attempting to print on damp, curled, wrinkled, or torn paper can cause paper jams and poor print quality.
Use only high-quality, copier-grade paper for the best print quality.
Avoid paper with embossed lettering, perforations, or a texture that is too smooth or rough. Paper jams may occur.
Store paper in its packaging until you are ready to use it. Place cartons on pallets or shelves, not on the floor.
Do not place heavy objects on top of the media, whether or not it is packaged.
Keep paper away from moisture or other conditions that can cause it to wrinkle or curl.
Store unused paper at temperatures ranging between 15°C and 30°C (59°F and 86°F). The relative humidity should
be between 10% and 70%.
During storage, you should use moisture-proof wrap, such as a plastic container or bag, to prevent dust and
moisture from contaminating the paper.
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Printing
Printing Documents
Printing Collated Copies of Your Document
Printing Photos
Printing a Booklet
Printing Envelopes
Assembling a Booklet
Printing More Than One Page on a Sheet of Paper
Duplexing a Print Job (Two-Sided Printing)
Printing an Image as a Multi-Page Poster
Canceling a Print Job
Printing a Banner
Changing Printing Preferences Defaults
Printing Documents
1. Turn on your computer and printer, and make sure they are connected.
2. Load the paper. For more information, see Loading Paper.
3. With your document open, click File® Print.
The Print dialog box opens.
4. Click Preferences, Properties, Options, or Setup (depending on the program or operating system).
The Printing Preferences dialog box opens.
5. On the Print Setup and Advanced tabs, make any necessary changes for your document.
6. After customizing your settings, click OK.
The Printing Preferences dialog box closes.
7. Click OK or Print.
Printing Photos
Printing Photos
NOTE: Dell recommends you use a color cartridge and a photo cartridge for printing photos.
1. Turn on your computer and printer, and make sure they are connected.
2. Load paper with the print side facing up.
NOTE: Photo/glossy paper is recommended for printing photos.
3. With your document open, click File® Print.
The Print dialog box opens.
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4. Click Preferences, Properties, Options, or Setup (depending on the program or operating system).
The Printing Preferences dialog box opens.
5. On the Print Setup tab, select Photo, and then select the dpi settings for the photo from the drop-down menu.
NOTE: To print borderless photos, click the Borderless check box on the Print Setup tab, and then select
the borderless paper size from the drop-down menu on the Advanced tab. Borderless printing is only
performed if you are using photo/glossy paper. The printout on non-photo paper contains a 2 mm margin on
all sides.
6. On the Print Setup and Advanced tabs, make any necessary changes for your document.
7. When you finish customizing your settings, click OK.
The Printing Preferences dialog box closes.
8. Click OK or Print.
9. Remove each photo after it exits the printer to prevent your photos from sticking together or smudging.
NOTE: Before placing your prints in a nonadhesive photo album or frame, allow sufficient time for the prints to dry
thoroughly (12 to 24 hours, depending on ambient conditions). This maximizes the life of your prints.
Printing Photos From the Computer
1. Turn on your computer and printer, and ensure that they are connected.
2. Load the paper. For more information, see Loading Paper.
3. In Windows Vista™:
a. Click
® Programs.
b. Click Dell Printers.
c. Click Dell V105.
In Windows ® XP and Windows 2000:
Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell V105.
4. Select Dell Imaging Toolbox.
The Dell Imaging Toolbox dialog box opens.
5. From the Home screen, click My Photo Album.
6. From the Folders pane, open the folder that contains your photos.
7. Click to select the photo or photos you want to print.
8. Click Photo Prints.
9. From the drop-down lists, select the print quality, paper size, and paper type settings you want.
10. To select multiple prints of a photo, or to select photo sizes other than 10 x 15 cm (4 x 6 in.), select the options
you want in the table. Use the drop-down list in the last column to view and select other sizes.
11. Click Print Now.
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Printing Borderless Photos
1. Turn on your computer and printer, and ensure that they are connected.
2. Load the paper. For more information, see Loading Paper.
3. In Windows Vista:
a. Click
® Programs.
b. Click Dell Printers.
c. Click Dell V105.
In Windows XP and Windows 2000:
Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell V105.
4. Select Dell Imaging Toolbox.
The Dell Imaging Toolbox dialog box opens.
5. From the Home screen, click Print Borderless Photos.
6. From the Folders pane, open the folder that contains your photos.
7. Click to select the photo or photos you want to print.
8. Click Next.
9. From the drop-down lists, select the print quality, paper size, and paper type settings you want.
10. From the last column of the table, select the number of prints you want.
11. Click Print Now.
Creating Photo Greeting Cards
1. Turn on your computer and printer, and ensure that they are connected.
2. Load the paper. For more information, see Loading Paper.
3. In Windows Vista:
a. Click
® Programs.
b. Click Dell Printers.
c. Click Dell V105.
In Windows XP and Windows 2000:
Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell V105.
4. Select Dell Imaging Toolbox.
The Dell Imaging Toolbox dialog box opens.
5. From the Home screen, click Activities.
6. Click Make Photo Greeting Cards.
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7. From the Style tab, click to select a style for your greeting card.
8. From the Photo tab, open the folder that contains your photos.
9. Select and drag a photo into the preview pane on the right side of the screen.
10. Click the text area to add text to your photo greeting card.
11. After editing your text, click OK.
12. If you want to create another photo greeting card using a different style and/or photo, click Add New Card, and
repeat step 7 through step 11.
13. If you want to print your photo greeting card, select Print your Photo Greeting Card from the Share tab.
14. Select the copy quality, paper size, paper type, and the number of copies to print.
15. Click Print Now.
16. If you want to e-mail your photo greeting card:
a. Click E-mail your Photo Greeting Card from the Share tab.
b. From the Send Quality and Speed area of the screen, select the image size.
c. Click Create E-mail to create an e-mail message with your photo greeting card attached.
Printing Envelopes
1. Turn on your computer and printer, and ensure that they are connected.
2. Load the envelope with the print side facing up.
3. With your document open, click File® Print.
The Print dialog box opens.
4. Click Preferences, Properties, Options, or Setup (depending on the program or operating system).
The Printing Preferences dialog box opens.
5. On the Print Setup tab, select Envelope, and then choose the size of the envelope from the Paper size: dropdown menu.
NOTE: If you are mailing within Japan, the envelope can be printed in portrait orientation with the stamp in
the lower right corner or in landscape orientation with the stamp in the lower left corner. If you are mailing
internationally, print landscape orientation with the stamp in the upper left corner.
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If mailing within Japan, the envelopes can be loaded in two ways:
If mailing internationally, load the envelope this way:
6. On the Print Setup and Advanced tabs, make any necessary changes for your document.
7. When you finish customizing your settings, click OK.
The Printing Preferences dialog box closes.
8. Click OK or Print.
Printing More Than One Page on a Sheet of Paper
1. Turn on your computer and printer, and ensure that they are connected.
2. Load the paper. For more information, see Loading Paper.
3. With your document open, click File® Print.
4. Click Preferences, Properties, Options, or Setup (depending on the program or operating system).
The Printing Preferences dialog box opens.
5. On the Advanced tab, select N-up from the Layout drop-down list.
6. From the Pages per sheet drop-down list, select how many pages you want to be printed on one sheet.
7. Select the Print Page Borders check box if you want borders between pages.
8. On the Print Setup tab, make any additional changes for your document.
9. After customizing your settings, click OK.
The Printing Preferences dialog box closes.
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10. Click OK or Print.
Printing an Image as a Multi-Page Poster
1. Turn on your computer and printer, and make sure they are connected.
2. Load the paper. For more information, see Loading Paper.
3. With your document open, click File® Print.
4. Click Preferences, Properties, Options, or Setup (depending on the program or operating system).
The Printing Preferences dialog box opens.
5. On the Advanced tab, select Poster from the Layout drop-down list.
6. Select the size of the poster.
7. On the Print Setup tab and Advanced tab, make any additional changes for your document.
8. After customizing your settings, click OK.
The Printing Preferences dialog box closes.
9. Click OK or Print.
Printing a Banner
1. Turn on your computer and printer, and make sure they are connected.
2. Load the paper. For more information, see Loading Paper.
3. With your document open, click File® Print.
4. Click Preferences, Properties, Options, or Setup (depending on the program or operating system).
The Printing Preferences dialog box opens.
5. On the Advanced tab, select Banner from the Layout drop-down list, and then select Letter Banner or A4
Banner from the Banner Paper Size drop-down list.
6. On the Print Setup and Advanced tabs, make any additional changes for your document.
7. After customizing your settings, click OK.
The Printing Preferences dialog box closes.
8. Click OK or Print.
NOTE: Once the printer begins printing, wait until you can see the leading edge of the banner exiting the
printer, and then carefully unfold the paper down to the floor in front of the printer.
Printing Collated Copies of Your Document
1. Turn on your computer and printer, and make sure they are connected.
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2. Load the paper. For more information, see Loading Paper.
3. With your document open, click File® Print.
The Print dialog box opens.
4. Click Preferences, Properties, Options, or Setup (depending on the program or operating system).
The Printing Preferences dialog box opens.
5. On the Print Setup tab, specify the number of copies to print.
NOTE: You must specify more than one copy for the Collate copies check box to become active.
6. Select the Collate copies check box.
7. On the Print Setup and Advanced tabs, make any additional changes for your document.
8. After customizing your settings, click OK.
The Printing Preferences dialog box closes.
9. Click OK or Print.
Printing a Booklet
Before you change any Printing Preferences settings, you must select the correct paper size from the program. You can
print booklets using these paper sizes:
Letter
A4
1. Load the paper. For more information, see Loading Paper.
2. With your document open, click File® Print.
3. From the Print dialog box, click Properties, Preferences, Options, or Setup (depending on the program or
operating system).
4. Click the Advanced tab.
5. From the Layout drop-down menu, select Booklet.
6. If you are printing a large booklet, select the number of Sheets per bundle.
NOTE: A bundle is a set number of sheets of paper folded together. The printed bundles are stacked, one on
top of the other, keeping the correct page order. The stacked bundles can be bound to make a booklet. When
printing with a heavier paper stock, select a smaller number of Sheets per bundle.
7. Click OK to close any printer software dialog boxes that are open.
8. Print the document.
NOTE: For help binding and assembling the booklet, see Assembling a Booklet.
Assembling a Booklet
1. Flip the printed stack of papers over in the paper exit tray.
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2. Take the first bundle from the stack, fold it in half, and then set it aside with the front page down.
3. Take the next bundle from the stack, fold it in half, and then stack it with the front page down on top of the first
bundle.
4. Stack the rest of the bundles with the front page down, one on top of the other, until the booklet is complete.
5. Bind the bundles together to complete the booklet.
Duplexing a Print Job (Two-Sided Printing)
Manual duplex allows you to print your document on both sides of the paper. The printer prints the odd-numbered pages
of the document on the front sides of the paper. Reload the document with the blank side of the paper facing up, and
print the even-numbered pages of the document on the back sides of the paper.
1. Turn on your computer and printer, and ensure that they are connected.
2. Load the paper. For more information, see Loading Paper.
3. With your document open, click File® Print.
4. Click Preferences, Properties, Options, or Setup (depending on the program or operating system).
5. Click the Advanced tab, and then select the 2-sided printing check box.
6. Select how you want to bind your pages.
7. After customizing your settings, click OK.
The Printing Preferences dialog box closes.
8. Click OK or Print.
9. When all the odd-numbered pages have exited the printer, follow the instructions on your computer screen.
Canceling a Print Job
There are three ways to cancel a print job sent from a computer that is connected to the printer by a USB cable.
From the Printers folder:
1. In Windows Vista:
a. Click
® Control Panel.
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b. Click Hardware and Sound.
c. Click Printers.
In Windows XP, click Start ® Settings® Control Panel® Printers and Other Hardware® Printers and Faxes.
In Windows 2000, click Start ® Settings® Printers.
2. Right-click the Dell V105 icon.
3. Click Open.
4. Select the job you want to cancel from the list that appears.
5. From the Document menu, click Cancel.
From the Printing Status window:
The Printing Status window automatically opens at the bottom-right part of your screen when you send a
print job. Click Cancel Printing to cancel the current print job.
From the Taskbar:
1. Double-click the printer icon
at the bottom-right portion of your computer screen or the Taskbar.
2. Right-click the print job that you want to cancel.
3. Click Cancel.
Changing Printing Preferences Defaults
When you send a document or photo to print, you can specify various settings such as print on both sides of the paper,
print in higher or lower quality, print only in black and white, and more. If you have preferred settings, you can make
these the default so you do not have to specify your printing preferences each time you send a print job.
To make your preferred settings the default print settings for most programs, open the Printing Preferences dialog box
from the Printers folder.
1. In Windows Vista:
a. Click
® Control Panel.
b. Click Hardware and Sound.
c. Click Printers.
In Windows XP, click Start® Settings® Control Panel® Printers and Other Hardware® Printers and Faxes.
In Windows 2000, click Start® Settings® Printers.
2. Right-click the Dell V105 icon.
3. Select Printing Preferences.
4. Change the settings that you want to set as default when printing from most programs.
From the Print Setup tab, you can:
Change the default print quality to Draft, Normal, or Photo.
Change the default media type and paper size.
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Make black and white printing and borderless printing the default setting.
Change the default orientation.
Change the default number of copies.
From the Advanced tab, you can:
Specify layouts that you want to set as default.
From the Maintenance tab:
There are no print settings to set as default from the Maintenance tab. From here, you can:
Install, clean, and align ink cartridges.
Print a test page.
Get information on sharing your printer on a network.
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Specifications
Overview
Environmental Specifications
Power Consumption and Requirements
Print and Scan Mode Capabilities
Operating System Support
Memory Specifications and Requirements
Media Types and Sizes
Cables
Overview
Memory
8 MB SDRAM
8 MB FLASH
Connectivity
USB 2.0 high-speed
Duty cycle (average)
3,000 pages per month
Printer life
Printer: 12,000 pages
Scanner: 12,000 scans
Environmental Specifications
Temperature/Relative Humidity
Condition
Temperature
Relative humidity (non-condensing)
Operation
61° to 90° F
8 to 80%
Storage
34° to 140° F
5 to 80%
Shipping
-40° to 140° F
5 to 100%
Power Consumption and Requirements
Rated AC input
100–240 V
Rated frequency
50 Hz to 60 Hz
Minimum AC input
90 VAC
Maximum AC input
255 VAC
Maximum input current
1.0 A
Average power consumption
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Standby mode
<10 W
Operational mode
<32 W
Print and Scan Mode Capabilities
Your printer can scan from 72 to 19,200 dpi. Although your printer has this capability, Dell™ recommends using the
preset resolutions.
Print and scan resolution
Scan resolution
Print resolution
Photo/Glossy paper
All other media
Draft
150 x 150 dpi
600 x 600 dpi
300 x 600 dpi
Normal
300 x 300 dpi
1200 x 1200 dpi
600 x 600 dpi
Photo
600 x 600 dpi
4800 x 1200 dpi
1200 x 1200 dpi
Operating System Support
The printer supports:
Microsoft Windows Vista™
Microsoft ® Windows ® XP
Microsoft Windows 2000
Memory Specifications and Requirements
Your operating system must meet the minimum system requirements.
Operating System
Processor speed (MHz)
RAM (MB)
Hard disk
Microsoft Windows Vista
800 MHz Pentium ®/Celeron ®
512
500 MB
Microsoft Windows XP
800 MHz Pentium/Celeron
128
500 MB
Microsoft Windows 2000
800 MHz Pentium/Celeron
128
500 MB
Media Types and Sizes
Media type:
Plain
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Sizes supported:
Letter: 8.5 x 11 inches (216 x 279
mm)
Legal: 8.5 x 14 inches (216 x 355.6
mm)
Executive: 7 1/4 x 10 1/2 inches
Statement: 8 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches
A4: 8.27 x 11.69 inches (210 x 297
mm)
B5: 182 x 257 mm
A5: 148 x 210 mm
Load up to:
100 sheets
A6: 105 x 148 mm
Banner paper
Envelopes
Greeting cards, index cards, postcards, or photo
cards
Heavyweight matte or photo/glossy paper
Iron-on transfers
Transparencies
Custom size paper
A4 Banner
Letter Banner
9 Envelopes: 3 7/8 x 8 7/8 inches
10 Envelopes: 4 1/8 x 9 1/2 inches
6 3/4 Envelopes: 3 1/4 x 6 1/2
inches
7 3/4 Envelopes: 3 7/8 x 7 1/2
inches
A2 Baronial Envelopes: 111 x 146
mm
B5 Envelopes: 176 x 250 mm
C5 Envelopes: 162 x 229 mm
C6 Envelopes: 114 x 162 mm
DL Envelopes: 110 x 220 mm
Chokei 3 Envelopes: 120 x 235 mm
Chokei 4 Envelopes: 90 x 205 mm
Chokei 40 Envelopes: 90 x 225 mm
Kakugata 3 Envelopes: 216 x 277
mm
Kakugata 4 Envelopes: 197 x 267
mm
Kakugata 5 Envelopes: 190 x 240
mm
Kakugata 6 Envelopes: 162 x 229
mm
Photo/Post card: 4 x 6 inches
Index card: 3 x 5 inches
Hagaki Card: 100 x 148 mm
8.5 x 11 inches (216 x 279 mm)
A4: 8.27 x 11.69 inches (210 x 297
mm)
4 x 6 inches (101.6 x 152.4 mm)
8.5 x 11 inches (216 x 279 mm)
A4: 8.27 x 11.69 inches (210 x 297
mm)
8.5 x 11 inches (216 x 279 mm)
A4: 8.27 x 11.69 inches (210 x 297
mm)
The paper must fit the following
dimensions:
Width: 3.0 – 8.5 inches (76 – 216
mm)
Length: 5.0 – 17.0 inches (127 – 432
mm)
Cables
Your printer uses a Universal Serial Bus (USB) cable (sold separately).
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First sheet of the banner
paper
10 envelopes
25 cards
25 sheets
10 sheets
50 transparencies
100 sheets
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Copying
Copying Documents
Copying Photos
Copying Documents
Using the Operator Panel
1. Turn on the printer.
2. Load the paper. For more information, see Loading Paper.
3. Load your original document. For more information, see Loading Original Documents on the Scanner Glass.
4. If you want to print more than one copy, press the Copies button
appears on the display.
5. Press the Color Copy button
until the number of copies that you want
to start a color copy or the Mono Copy button
to start a black-and-white copy.
Using Your Computer
1. Turn on your computer and printer, and ensure that they are connected.
2. Load the paper. For more information, see Loading Paper.
3. Load your original document. For more information, see Loading Original Documents on the Scanner Glass.
4. In Windows Vista™:
a. Click
® Programs.
b. Click Dell Printers.
c. Click Dell V105.
In Windows ® XP or Windows 2000:
Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell V105.
5. Select Dell Imaging Toolbox.
The Dell Imaging Toolbox dialog box opens.
6. From the Home screen, click Copy.
The What are you scanning? dialog box opens.
7. Select Document.
8. Click Custom Settings if you want to adjust how your document will be scanned before creating a copy or copies.
9. Click Start.
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The document appears in the right pane of the Copy dialog box.
10. On the left pane of the Copy dialog box, select the copy settings that you want.
11. Click Copy Now.
Copying Photos
Using the Operator Panel
1. Turn on the printer.
2. Load photo/glossy paper with the print side facing up. If you want to copy a 4 x 6 photo, load a 4 x 6 (10 x 15 cm)
photo card with the print side facing up. For more information, see Loading Paper.
3. Load your original photo on the scanner glass. For more information, see Loading Original Documents on the
Scanner Glass.
4. If you want to print more than one copy, press the Copies button
appears on the display.
5. To copy a 4x6 photo, press the 4 x 6 Copy button
until the number of copies that you want
.
To copy photos with other sizes, press the Color Copy button
to start a black-and-white copy.
to start a color copy or the Mono Copy button
Using Your Computer
1. Turn on your computer and printer, and ensure that they are connected.
2. Load photo/glossy paper with the print side facing up. If you want to copy a 4 x 6 photo, load a 4 x 6 (10 x 15 cm)
photo card with the print side facing up. For more information, see Loading Paper.
3. Load your original photo on the scanner glass. For more information, see Loading Original Documents on the
Scanner Glass.
4. In Windows Vista:
a. Click
® Programs.
b. Click Dell Printers.
c. Click Dell V105.
In Windows XP or Windows 2000:
Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell V105.
5. Select Dell Imaging Toolbox.
The Dell Imaging Toolbox dialog box opens.
6. From the Home screen, click Copy.
The What are you scanning? dialog box opens.
7. Select Photo.
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8. Click Custom Settings if you want to adjust how your document will be scanned before creating a copy or copies.
9. Click Start.
The photo appears in the right pane of the Copy dialog box.
10. From the drop-down lists, select the print quality, paper size, and paper type settings that you want.
11. To select multiple prints of a photo, or to select photo sizes other than 10 x 15 cm (4 x 6 in.), select the options
you want in the table. Use the drop-down list in the last column to view and select other sizes.
12. Click Copy Now.
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Appendix
Dell Technical Support Policy
Contacting Dell
Warranty and Return Policy
Dell Technical Support Policy
Technician-assisted technical support requires the cooperation and participation of the customer in the troubleshooting
process and provides for restoration of the Operating System, application software and hardware drivers to the original
default configuration as shipped from Dell, as well as the verification of appropriate functionality of the printer and all Dellinstalled hardware. In addition to this technician assisted technical support, online technical support is available at Dell
Support. Additional technical support options may be available for purchase.
Dell provides limited technical support for the printer and any Dell-installed software and peripherals. Support for thirdparty software and peripherals is provided by the original manufacturer, including those purchased and/or installed
through Software & Peripherals (DellWare), ReadyWare, and Custom Factory Integration (CFI/DellPlus).
Contacting Dell
You can access Dell Support at support.dell.com. Select your region on the WELCOME TO DELL SUPPORT page, and fill in
the requested details to access help tools and information.
You can contact Dell electronically using the following addresses:
World Wide Web
www.dell.com/
www.dell.com/ap/ (Asian/Pacific countries only)
www.dell.com/jp/ (Japan only)
www.euro.dell.com (Europe only)
www.dell.com/la/ (Latin American and Caribbean countries)
www.dell.ca (Canada only)
Anonymous file transfer protocol (FTP)
ftp.dell.com
Log in as user: anonymous, and use your email address as your password.
Electronic Support Service
mobile_support@us.dell.com
support@us.dell.com
la-techsupport@dell.com (Latin America and Caribbean countries only)
apsupport@dell.com (Asian/Pacific countries only)
support.jp.dell.com (Japan only)
support.euro.dell.com (Europe only)
Electronic Quote Service
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apmarketing@dell.com (Asian/Pacific countries only)
sales_canada@dell.com (Canada only)
Warranty and Return Policy
Dell Inc. (“Dell”) manufactures its hardware products from parts and components that are new or equivalent to new in
accordance with industry-standard practices. For information about the Dell warranty for your printer, refer to the Product
Information Guide.
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Scanning
Scanning Single-Page Documents and Single Photos
Resizing Images or Documents
Scanning Multiple Photos Into a Single File
E-Mailing Documents or Photos
Scanning Documents for Editing
Creating a PDF
Scanning Photos for Editing
Customizing Scan Settings
Saving Photos on Your Computer
Changing the Scan Settings Preferences
Scanning Single-Page Documents and Single Photos
Using the Operator Panel
1. Turn on your computer and printer, and ensure that they are connected.
2. Load your original document. For more information, see Loading Original Documents on the Scanner Glass.
3. Press the Scan button
.
Using Your Computer
1. Turn on your computer and printer, and ensure that they are connected.
2. Load your original document or photo facedown on the scanner glass. For more information, see Loading Original
Documents on the Scanner Glass.
3. In Windows Vista™:
a. Click
® Programs.
b. Click Dell Printers.
c. Click Dell V105.
In Windows ® XP or Windows 2000:
Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell V105.
4. Select Dell Imaging Toolbox.
The Dell Imaging Toolbox dialog box opens.
5. From the Home screen, click Scan.
The What are you scanning? dialog box opens.
6. Select the Photo option.
If you want to scan a document without changing the text, and you do not want to make a PDF, selecting the
Photo option scans the document as an image and sends it to the Library instead of your default word-processing
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application.
7. Click Start.
Scanning Multiple Photos Into a Single File
NOTE: Some programs do not support multiple-page scanning.
1. Turn on your computer and printer, and ensure that they are connected.
2. Load your original photos on the scanner glass. For more information, see Loading Original Documents on the
Scanner Glass.
NOTE: For best results, leave the most space possible between the photos and the edges of the scan area.
3. In Windows Vista:
a. Click
® Programs.
b. Click Dell Printers.
c. Click Dell V105.
In Windows XP and Windows 2000:
Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell V105.
4. Select Dell Imaging Toolbox.
The Dell Imaging Toolbox opens.
5. From the Home screen, click Scan Multiple Photos.
6. Click Start.
Scanning Documents for Editing
The Optical Character Recognition (OCR) feature turns a scanned document into text that you can edit with a wordprocessing application.
NOTE: For customers using Japanese or Simplified Chinese, ensure that you have OCR software installed on your
computer. A copy of OCR software is provided with your printer and should have been installed on your computer
along with your printer software.
1. Turn on your computer and printer, and ensure that they are connected.
2. Load your original document facedown on the scanner glass. For more information, see Loading Original Documents
on the Scanner Glass.
3. In Windows Vista:
a. Click
® Programs.
b. Click Dell Printers.
c. Click Dell V105.
In Windows XP and Windows 2000:
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Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell V105.
4. Select Dell Imaging Toolbox.
The Dell Imaging Toolbox opens.
5. From the Home screen, click Activities.
6. Click Convert Scanned Document to Text (OCR).
7. Click Start.
The scanned document is loaded into your default word-processing application. You can now edit the document.
Scanning Photos for Editing
1. Turn on your computer and printer, and ensure that they are connected.
2. Load your original photo facedown on the scanner glass. For more information, see Loading Original Documents on
the Scanner Glass.
3. In Windows Vista:
a. Click
® Programs.
b. Click Dell Printers.
c. Click Dell V105.
In Windows XP and Windows 2000:
Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell V105.
4. Select Dell Imaging Toolbox.
The Dell Imaging Toolbox opens.
5. From the Home screen, click Activities.
6. Click Edit Picture.
7. Select the Photo or Several Photos option.
8. Click Start.
The image appears in the Save or Edit dialog box.
9. Select editing options from the left pane to edit your photos.
Saving Photos on Your Computer
1. Turn on your computer and printer, and ensure that they are connected.
2. Load your original photo or multiple photos face down on the scanner glass. For more information, see Loading
Original Documents on the Scanner Glass.
NOTE: For best results, leave the most space possible between the photos and the edges of the scan area.
3. In Windows Vista:
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a. Click
® Programs.
b. Click Dell Printers.
c. Click Dell V105.
In Windows XP and Windows 2000:
Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell V105.
4. Select Dell Imaging Toolbox.
The Dell Imaging Toolbox opens.
5. From the Home screen, click Scan.
6. Select the Photo or Several Photos option.
7. Click Start.
8. From the right pane of the Save or Edit dialog box, click Save.
9. To change how the image is saved:
a. Select one or more of the following:
To save to another folder, click Browse, select a folder, and then click OK.
To rename the file, type the name in the File Name area.
To save the photo as another file type, select the file type from the File Type drop down list.
To select a date for the photo, click the drop-down list, and select a date from the calendar.
b. Click Save.
Resizing Images or Documents
1. Turn on your computer and printer, and ensure that they are connected.
2. In Windows Vista:
a. Click
® Programs.
b. Click Dell Printers.
c. Click Dell V105.
In Windows XP and Windows 2000:
Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell V105.
3. Select Dell Imaging Toolbox.
The Dell Imaging Toolbox opens.
4. From the Home screen, click Activities.
5. Click Resize a Scanned Image.
6. If you are scanning a new image:
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a. Click File® New® Scan New Image.
b. Select from the Photo option.
c. Click Start.
The thumbnail of the scanned image appears in the right pane of the Library dialog box.
d. Select the photo that you want to resize.
If you are using a saved image:
a. From the Folders pane in the Library dialog box, open the folder that contains the file that you want to
resize.
The thumbnails of all photos and documents in the folder appear in the preview area.
b. Select the photo that you want to resize.
7. Click Next.
The Image Resolution/Size dialog box opens.
8. Select the size of your new image using the preset photo sizes, or set your own custom size.
9. Click OK.
E-Mailing Documents or Photos
Scanning Documents or Photos for E-Mailing
You can scan documents or photos, and attach them to e-mail messages.
1. Turn on your computer and printer, and ensure that they are connected.
2. Load your original document or photo facedown on the scanner glass. For more information, see Loading Original
Documents on the Scanner Glass.
3. In Windows Vista:
a. Click
® Programs.
b. Click Dell Printers.
c. Click Dell V105.
In Windows XP and Windows 2000:
Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell V105.
4. Select Dell Imaging Toolbox.
The Dell Imaging Toolbox opens.
5. From the Home screen, click Scan.
6. Select the Photo or Several Photos option.
NOTE: When scanning a document for e-mailing, choose Photo or Several Photos. If you select
Document, the scan opens in your default word-processing application instead of the Library.
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7. Click Start.
The scanned image appears in the right pane of the Save or Edit dialog.
8. Adjust your scanned image using the settings on the left pane of the Save or Edit dialog box.
9. Save your scanned image.
10. With your scanned item selected, click E-mail.
11. From the Send Quality and Speed area, select the photo size.
12. Click Create E-mail to attach your document or photo to an e-mail message.
Adding a File to an E-mail Message
1. In Windows Vista:
a. Click
® Programs.
b. Click Dell Printers.
c. Click Dell V105.
In Windows XP and Windows 2000:
Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell V105.
2. Select Dell Imaging Toolbox.
The Dell Imaging Toolbox dialog box opens.
3. From the Home screen, click My Photo Album.
4. From the Folders pane, open the folder that contains the files you want to send.
Thumbnails of all photos and documents in the folder appear in the preview area.
5. Click to select each photo or document that you want to add, and then click E-mail.
6. If you are sending one or more photos, select a photo size.
7. Click Create E-mail to create an e-mail message with your file attached.
Creating a PDF
From a Scanned Item
1. Load an original document facedown on the scanner glass.
2. In Windows Vista:
a. Click
® Programs.
b. Click Dell Printers.
c. Click Dell V105.
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In Windows XP and Windows 2000:
Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell V105.
3. Select Dell Imaging Toolbox.
The Dell Imaging Toolbox dialog box opens.
4. From the Home screen, click My Photo Album.
5. Click Add, and then click Add New Scan.
6. Select Photo, Several Photos, or Document.
7. Click Start to begin scanning.
8. With your scan selected, click Convert to PDF.
9. Click Add Another to scan additional images or to add an image from the Library.
10. To add or scan another image:
a. Do one of the following:
Select Add New Scan, and then select Photo, Several Photos, or Document. Click Start.
Select Add Photo from Library to add a previously scanned image, and then select or deselect
images by clicking on them in the preview pane.
b. Click Add Files when you have made your selections.
11. Select Save all images as one PDF file or Save each image as individual PDF file.
12. Click Create PDF.
The software prepares your PDF and opens a Save dialog box.
13. Type a file name for your PDF, and select a storage location.
14. Click Save.
From a Saved Item
1. In Windows Vista:
a. Click
® Programs.
b. Click Dell Printers.
c. Click Dell V105.
In Windows XP and Windows 2000:
Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell V105.
2. Select Dell Imaging Toolbox.
The Dell Imaging Toolbox dialog box opens.
3. From the Home screen, click My Photo Album.
4. From the Folders pane, open the folder that contains the image you want to convert to PDF, and then select the
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thumbnail.
5. Click Convert to PDF.
6. Click Add Another to scan an image or to add additional images from the Library.
7. To add or scan another image:
a. Do one of the following:
Select Add New Scan, and then select Photo, Several Photos, or Document. Click Start.
Select Add Photo from Library, and then select or deselect images by clicking on them in the
preview pane.
b. Click Add Files when you have made your selections.
8. Select Save all images as one PDF file or Save each image as individual PDF file.
9. Click Create PDF.
The software prepares your PDF and opens a Save dialog box.
10. Enter a file name for your PDF, and select a storage location.
11. Click Save.
Customizing Scan Settings
1. In Windows Vista:
a. Click
® Programs.
b. Click Dell Printers.
c. Click Dell V105.
In Windows XP and Windows 2000:
Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell V105.
2. Select Dell Imaging Toolbox.
The Dell Imaging Toolbox dialog box opens.
3. From the Home screen, click Scan.
4. Click Custom Settings.
5. Change the settings as needed.
Setting
Options
Color Depth
Select Color, Gray, or Black and White.
Scan Resolution (Dots Per Inch)
Select a scan resolution value from the drop-down list.
Size
Auto-crop the scanned item.
Select the area to be scanned by selecting a paper size from the dropdown list.
Convert the image to text with OCR
Convert an image to text.
Always use these settings when
Make your selections permanent by selecting the check box.
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scanning
Changing the Scan Settings Preferences
1. In Windows Vista:
a. Click
® Programs.
b. Click Dell Printers.
c. Click Dell V105.
In Windows XP and Windows 2000:
Click Start® Programs or All Programs® Dell Printers® Dell V105.
2. Select Dell Imaging Toolbox.
The Dell Imaging Toolbox dialog box opens.
3. From the Home screen, click Settings, and then click Toolbox Settings.
4. Click Scan Settings.
Select Always use simple scan settings to use the default scan settings.
Select Always start scanning with the settings below to customize the remaining scan settings.
From the Color Depth area, select the color depth from the list.
From the Scan Resolution (Dots per inch) area, select the resolution value from the list.
Click Auto-crop the scanned item to use the slider to select your cropped value.
Click Select area to be scanned to select the value from the list.
Click Convert images to text with OCR to convert images to text.
5. Click OK.
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Licensing Notice
BSD License and Warranty statements
GNU License
The printer resident software contains:
Software developed and copyrighted by Dell and/or third parties
Dell modified software licensed under the provisions of the GNU General Public License version 2 and the GNU
Lesser General Public License version 2.1
Software licensed under the BSD license and warranty statements
Software based in part on the work of the Independent JPEG Group.
The Dell modified GNU licensed software is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the
licenses referenced above. These licenses do not provide you any rights to the Dell- or third-party-copyrighted software in
this printer.
Since the GNU licensed software that the Dell modifications are based upon is supplied explicitly without warranty, use of
the Dell modified version is similarly provided without warranty. See the warranty disclaimers in the referenced licenses
for additional details.
BSD License and Warranty statements
Copyright (c) 1991 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following
conditions are met:
1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following
disclaimer.
2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following
disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
3. The name of the author may not be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software without
specific prior written permission.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE AUTHOR ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT
NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE
DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL,
EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS
OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE)
ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
GNU License
GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
Version 2, June 1991
Copyright (C) 1989, 1991 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA
Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies of this license document, but changing it is not allowed.
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Preamble
The licenses for most software are designed to take away your freedom to share and change it. By contrast, the GNU
General Public License is intended to guarantee your freedom to share and change free software--to make sure the
software is free for all its users. This General Public License applies to most of the Free Software Foundation's software
and to any other program whose authors commit to using it. (Some other Free Software Foundation software is covered
by the GNU Library General Public License instead.) You can apply it to your programs, too.
When we speak of free software, we are referring to freedom, not price. Our General Public Licenses are designed to
make sure that you have the freedom to distribute copies of free software (and charge for this service if you wish), that
you receive source code or can get it if you want it, that you can change the software or use pieces of it in new free
programs; and that you know you can do these things.
To protect your rights, we need to make restrictions that forbid anyone to deny you these rights or to ask you to
surrender the rights. These restrictions translate to certain responsibilities for you if you distribute copies of the software,
or if you modify it.
For example, if you distribute copies of such a program, whether gratis or for a fee, you must give the recipients all the
rights that you have. You must make sure that they, too, receive or can get the source code. And you must show them
these terms so they know their rights.
We protect your rights with two steps: (1) copyright the software, and (2) offer you this license which gives you legal
permission to copy, distribute and/or modify the software.
Also, for each author's protection and ours, we want to make certain that everyone understands that there is no warranty
for this free software. If the software is modified by someone else and passed on, we want its recipients to know that
what they have is not the original, so that any problems introduced by others will not reflect on the original authors'
reputations.
Finally, any free program is threatened constantly by software patents. We wish to avoid the danger that redistributors of
a free program will individually obtain patent licenses, in effect making the program proprietary. To prevent this, we have
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The precise terms and conditions for copying, distribution and modification follow.
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To apply these terms, attach the following notices to the library. It is safest to attach them to the start of each source file
to most effectively convey the exclusion of warranty; and each file should have at least the "copyright" line and a pointer
to where the full notice is found.
1 April 1990
Lexmark International, Inc.
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