PlateMaker 4 Quick Reference Manual

PlateMaker 4 Quick Reference Manual
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Trademarks
XANTÉ® is a registered trademark of XANTÉ
CORPORATION.
Ethernet® is a registered trademark of Xerox
Corporation.
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the PostScript®, and Adobe® logos are registered
trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated. Adobe®
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Incorporated which may be registered in certain
jurisdictions.
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Apple Computer, Inc.
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registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
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respective holders.
Copyright
This manual is Copyrighted © 2003 by XANTÉ
CORPORATION. All Rights Reserved. Printed in
the USA. This manual may not be copied in whole
or in part, nor transferred to any other media or
language without the express written permission of
XANTÉ CORPORATION.
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Manual Notice
XANTÉ CORPORATION reserves the right to make
changes to this manual and to the equipment
described herein without notice. Every effort has
been made to ensure that this manual is free of
inaccuracies and omissions. However, XANTÉ
CORPORATION makes no warranty of any kind
including, but not limited to, any implied warranties
of merchantability and fitness for a particular
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XANTÉ CORPORATION assumes no responsibility
for, or liability for, errors contained in this manual
or for incidental, special, or consequential damages
arising out of the furnishing of this manual, or the
use of this manual in operating the equipment, or in
connection with the performance of the equipment
when so operated.
Table of Contents
Trademarks ......................................................... 2
Getting Set-up ..................................................... 4
Removing the Printer ................................... 4
Installing Toner Cartridge ............................ 4
Standard Cassette .......................................... 5
Multipurpose Feeder .................................... 6
Media Types .................................................. 7
Connecting the Power Cord ......................... 7
Connecting to Printer Ports ......................... 8
Parallel Port (PC) .................................. 8
Ethernet Port (Macintosh & PC) .......... 8
USB Connection (PC only*) ................ 9
Installing Adobe Acrobat Reader ....................... 9
Adobe Acrobat Reader-PC ........................... 9
Adobe Acrobat Reader - Mac ..................... 10
Installation-Windows 98/Me ........................... 10
IP Address Configuration ........................... 11
Win95/98/Me LPR Tool .............................. 11
Printer Driver Installation .......................... 12
Local Printer-Windows 98/Me ................... 14
Network Printer-Windows 98/Me ............. 15
Configuring IP, SubNet, and
Gateway Addresses ................................... 16
PPD Configuration ..................................... 17
Installation-Windows NT/2000/XP ................ 18
IP Address Configuration ........................... 18
Printer Driver Installation .......................... 18
Network Setup ............................................ 20
Configuring IP, SubNet, and
Gateway Addresses .................................... 22
PPD Configuration ..................................... 23
Installation-Macintosh..................................... 23
Installing the PostScript Driver .................. 24
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Installation-Macintosh OS X ........................... 25
OS X (version 10.1.5) ................................. 26
Mac OS X Printer Configuration ............... 27
Page Setup .......................................... 27
Printer Features ................................... 27
OS X (version 10.2.1) ................................. 28
Mac OS X Printer Configuration ............... 29
Page Setup .......................................... 29
Printer Features ................................... 30
Internet Printer Status ..................................... 30
Printer Configuration ................................. 30
Printer Information .................................... 31
Printer Maintenance ................................... 31
Printer Security ........................................... 31
Utility Pages................................................. 31
Service and Support ......................................... 31
Getting Set-up
Removing the Printer
Your printer package contains the
following items:
•
Your XANTÉ printer
•
500 sheet cassette
•
Power cord
•
Manual and Utilities CD-ROM
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Toner cartridge
Note:
Fig. 1 Removing the Printer.
WARNING:
Always have two people lift
the printer using the recessed
grips on the printer’s sides.
Installing Toner Cartridge
Fig. 2 Release Top Cover Latch.
Fig. 4 Shake Toner Cartridge.
Note:
If you do not receive your full
shipment or if anything is damaged,
call XANTÉ Customer Support at
1-800-926-8393 (US and Canada)
or your XANTÉ dealer.
Fig. 3 Open Top Cover and MP Feeder.
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Shake the cartridge enough to free
any compacted toner. Not doing so
can cause damage to the cartridge.
Getting Set-up (continued)
Standard Cassette
The standard universal paper cassette feeds
up to 500 sheets of 20 lb bond/60 lb text weight
(65 g/m2) paper to a stack height of 2.13” (54
mm). This cassette can handle media weights
from 16 - 28 lb (60 to 105 g/m2).
Fig. 5 Remove Sealing Tape.
Note:
Fig. 6 Insert Pins into Guide Channels.
Fig. 8 Close Top Cover.
Fig. 7 Insert Toner Cartridge.
Fig. 9 Close Multipurpose Feeder.
If tape is not fully removed, it may
reduce print quality and cause
printer damage.
Fig. 10 Pull Out Cassette.
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Getting Set-up (continued)
Fig. 11 Remove Cassette from Printer.
Fig. 15 Load Paper.
Fig. 13 Adjust Length Guide.
Note:
Note:
Fig. 12 Remove Cassette Cover.
Fig. 14 Adjust Width Guide.
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To prevent paper jams, make sure
the paper fits between the paper
guides and under the cassette’s
retaining clips.
Pull out the output tray extension
and turn up the paper stop for
paper sizes larger than letter/A4
sizes (fig. 16).
Fig. 16 Adjust Output Tray Extension.
Multipurpose Feeder
The printer’s multipurpose feeder feeds
up to 150 sheets of 20 lb bond/60 lb text
weight (35 g/m2) paper or media such as
labels and transparencies to a stack height of
about .70” (18 mm).
Getting Set-up (continued)
The multipurpose feeder supports nonstandard size media, including envelopes from
3.94” x 5.83” (100 mm x 148 mm) to 13” x 18.5”
(330 mm x 902 mm).
Connecting the Power Cord
WARNING:
Be sure to plug the printer
into a properly grounded AC
outlet. Do not use an
extension cord. Use a surge
protected outlet to help
prevent power source
fluctuations from damaging
your printer.
WARNING:
Never use a power cord that
is damaged. Check the cord
and plug monthly and
replace immediately if you
find any damage.
With the PlateMaker 4, you can feed media up
to 13” x 35.5” (330 mm x 902 mm) and can handle
media weights from 16 - 36 lb (60 - 155 g/m2).
Fig. 18 Pull Out Tray Extension.
Fig. 20 Adjust Media Guide.
Media Types
Fig. 17 Open Multipurpose Feeder.
Fig. 19 Load Paper.
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Plain Paper
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Heavy Paper
•
Cover Stock
•
Labels and Transparencies
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Paper and Polyester Plates.
Connecting Power Cord (continued)
printer driver and your printer’s
PPD.
Parallel Port (PC)
Connecting to Printer Ports
The PlateMaker 4 series printers have
standard parallel, USB, and Ethernet ports.
These simultaneously active interfaces can
receive jobs from different operating environments without hardware switching.
36-pin Connector
To Printer
25-pin Connector
To Host Computer
1.
Fig. 24 Parallel Cable.
Fig. 21 Connect Power Cord to Printer.
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ETHERNET
USB
Ethernet Port (Macintosh & PC)
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PARALLEL
1.
Plug the cable’s 36-pin connector into
the printer’s parallel port and the 25-pin
connector into the computer’s parallel
port. Then, turn on your printer and PC.
2.
Verify that the printer’s parallel interface
is enabled and configured properly.
Fig. 23 Printer Ports.
Note:
Fig. 22 Turn Printer On.
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Before using your printer, install
and configure the Adobe PostScript
Turn off your computer.
Ethernet Port
RJ-45
Connector
Fig. 25 Connect to the Ethernet Port.
Connecting to Printer Ports (continued)
2.
Connect one end of the CAT 5 Ethernet
cable to your printer’s Ethernet port (fig. 25).
3.
Connect the cable’s other end to the
appropriate port on your network.
USB Connection (PC only*)
Connector
To Host Computer
Note:
It is not necessary to turn off your
printer or computer before plugging
in the USB.
*USB does not support Window 98 or Me.
Installing Adobe Acrobat Reader
Connector
To Printer
Adobe Acrobat Reader-PC
If you already have Adobe Acrobat Reader,
click Exit to end the installation process. If not,
you will need to install Adobe Acrobat Reader to
view or print your printer documentation.
Fig. 27 Select Software Utilities. Click Adobe
Acrobat Reader.
Fig. 29 Choose Location. Click Next.
Fig. 28 Acrobat Reader Setup. Click Next.
Fig. 30 Setup Complete. Click OK.
Fig. 26 USB Cable
1.
Plug the cable’s square, smaller connector into the printer’s USB port.
2.
Plug the thin, larger connector into the
computers USB port.
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Installing Adobe Acrobat Reader (continued)
Fig. 37 Click Quit to End Acrobat Reader
Installation.
Fig. 35 Caution Window; click Quit
Applications.
Fig. 31 Click Yes to Register Your Printer.
Fig. 33 Click Continue.
Adobe Acrobat Reader - Mac
Note:
If you are on-line, a caution window
appears which allows you to quit
Netscape Navigator and Internet
Explorer if they are running. In this
case, click Quit Applications.
Installation-Windows 98/Me
This section will take you through the
step-by-step installation process for Windows
98/Me operating systems.
Fig. 32 Select Acrobat Reader.
Fig. 36 Installation Progress Window
Appears.
Fig. 34 Select Installation. Click Install.
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Installation-Windows 98/Me (continued)
Note:
You (or your network administrator) must first assign an IP address
through the printer’s front panel
before continuing installation.
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•
IP Address Configuration
When using the Ethernet interface and
TCP/IP protocol, use the front panel IP
address (Network:IpAddr) configuration
menu and front panel keys to set the address
as follows:
•
Reset key increases the current
number flashing by one.
•
Menu key moves to the next
number to the right of the current
number flashing.
Note:
Test key moves to the next number
to the left of the current number
flashing.
Win95/98/Me LPR Tool
This allows you to communicate to your
printer through the LPR port
Enter key accept new address (if
valid) and returns to Network:
IpAddr menu. The menu will
display a message if the entered
address is invalid.
Note:
For Windows 98 and Me users, you
must install this utility to set up your IP,
SubNet, and Gateway addresses.
Fig. 39 Highlight LPR Tool. Click OK.
You must turn the printer off and
restart it for the new IP address to
take effect.
Fig. 38 Select Software Utilities.
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Fig. 40 Read Setup Window. Click Next.
Installation-Windows 98/Me (continued)
Note:
Fig. 41 Read License Agreement. Click Yes.
After you click Finish (fig. 44), a
ReadMe file window appears. Read
it carefully and then close the
window. The Restart Computer
window appears (fig. 45).
Fig. 43 Select Folder(s). Click Next.
Fig. 45 Restart Your Computer. Click Finish.
Fig. 42 Select Location. Click Next.
Printer Driver Installation
Fig. 44 Setup Complete. Click Finish.
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Fig. 46 Click Install Printer.
Installation-Windows 98/Me (continued)
Fig. 47 Make Appropriate Selections, Click OK.
Fig. 49 Read Setup Information. Click Yes.
Fig. 51 Choose Language. Click OK.
Note:
Fig. 48 Enter IP Address (Network Install only).
Fig. 52 Read Adobe Window. Click Next.
After clicking OK, Windows
launches the Adobe® PostScript®
Printer Driver setup program. This
may take a few moments.
Fig. 53 License Agreement. Click Accept.
Fig. 50 Read File Destination. Click Yes.
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Installation-Windows 98/Me (continued)
Local Printer-Windows 98/Me
Fig. 54 Choose Connection Type. Click Next.
Note:
If your printer is directly connected
to your computer, click “Local
Printer” in figure 54; then, click
Next to continue to figure 55. If
your printer will be connected to
your network, skip to the “Network
Printer” section later in this chapter.
Fig. 56 Select Printer Model. Click Next.
Fig. 58 Read Current Settings. Click Install.
Fig. 57 Enter Printer Name. Click Next.
Fig. 59 Configure Your Printer. Click Next.
Fig. 55 Select Appropriate Port. Click Next.
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Installation-Windows 98/Me (continued)
Network Printer-Windows 98/Me
Fig. 63 Select Printer Model. Click Next.
Fig. 60 Setup Complete. Click Finish.
Fig. 65 Read Current Settings. Click, Install.
Fig. 62 Type Network Path for your Printer.
Click Next.
Fig. 64 Name Your Printer. Click Next.
Fig. 61 ReadMe file. Close Window.
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Fig. 66 Configure Your Printer. Click Next.
Installation-Windows 98/Me (continued)
Configuring IP, SubNet, and Gateway
Addresses
6.
Go to DOS (Command) Prompt.
7.
Type copy setipsub.ps to lpt1.
1.
From the ps_files folder on the XANTÉ
CD-ROM, copy dhcpoff.ps to your c:\
drive.
8.
Power cycle the printer again and verify
that the start-up page contains your IP,
Subnet, and Gateway addresses.
2.
Go to DOS (Command) Prompt.
9.
3.
Type copy dhcpoff.ps to lpt1.
Go to DOS (Command) Prompt to ping
the printer.
c:\ping (IP Address)
4.
Power cycle the printer (turn off, then
back on).
5.
Using a word processing application,
open setipsub.ps file from the ps_files
folder. Edit the file so it contains the IP,
Subnet, and Gateway address you
obtained from your network administrator. Save the file to your c:\ drive.
Fig. 68 Setup Complete. Click Finish.
Fig. 97 Select Device Options to Configure
your Printer. Click Apply, then OK.
Note:
Make changes for options installed
on your printer by first highlighting
the option. Then, select the setting
under Change Setting.
Note:
If you selected to read the ReadMe
file, do so and then, close the
window.
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Note:
If you can ping the printer, go on to
step 10. If you cannot ping your
printer, contact your Network
Administrator.
10. Go to your Printer Properties (fig. 69) and
select the Details Tab (fig. 70).
Installation-Windows 98/Me (continued)
13. Enter your printer’s IP address and
Queue name; then, click OK (fig. 72).
14. Click Apply when the Printer Properties
window reappears; then, click OK.
PPD Configuration
1.
Select Start: Settings: Printer
2.
Highlight your printer and click the
right mouse button. Select Properties
from the drop-down menu.
3.
Click the Device Options tab (fig. 73).
Fig. 71 Highlight XanteLPR; click OK.
Fig. 69 Printer Properties Window.
Fig. 70 Select Details Tab.
11. Select Add Port from the Details Tab (fig. 70).
12. Select Other and highlight XanteLPR;
then, click OK.
Fig. 72 Enter IP Address and Queue Name.
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Installation-Windows 98/Me (continued)
Installation-Windows NT/2000/XP
•
This section will take you through the
step-by-step installation process for Windows
NT/2000/XP operating systems.
Menu key moves to the next
number to the right of the current
number flashing.
•
Test key moves to the next number
to the left of the current number
flashing.
•
Enter key accept new address (if
valid) and returns to Network:
IpAddr menu. The menu will
display a message if the entered
address is invalid.
Note:
You (or your network administrator) must first assign an IP address
through the printer’s front panel
before continuing installation.
IP Address Configuration
Fig. 73 Device Options Window
4.
Select Installed for each option your
printer may have; then, click Apply.
5.
Click OK.
When using the Ethernet interface and
TCP/IP protocol, use the front panel IP
address (Network:IpAddr) configuration
menu and front panel keys to set the address
as follows:
•
Note:
Reset key increases the current
number flashing by one.
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You must turn the printer off and
restart it for the new IP address to
take effect.
Printer Driver Installation
Fig. 74 Click Install Printer.
Installation-Windows NT/2000/XP (continued)
Fig. 75 Make Appropriate Selections. Click OK.
Fig. 76 Enter IP Address (Network Installation
only).
Fig. 81 Select LPT1 Port. Click Next.
Fig. 77 Read Setup Information. Click Yes.
Fig. 79 Read Welcome Window. Click Next.
Fig. 78 Read File Destination. Click Yes.
Fig. 80 Select Local or Network. Click Next.
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Fig. 82 Select Printer. Click Next.
Installation-Windows NT/2000/XP (continued)
Fig. 83 Select Keep Existing Driver. Click Next.
Fig. 85 Choose a Sharing Option. Click Next.
Fig. 87 Setup Complete. Click Finish.
Network Setup
Fig. 84 Set Your Default Printer.
1.
Select Start: Settings: Printers and Faxes.
2.
Highlight your printer and click the right
mouse button. Select Properties from
the drop-down menu.
3.
Click the Ports tab (fig. 88).
Fig. 86 Print Test Page. Click Next.
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Fig. 88 Click Ports tab. Select Add Port.
Fig. 89 Select Standard TCP/IP Port. Click
New Port.
Installation-Windows NT/2000/XP (continued)
Fig. 90 Click Next.
Fig. 92 Select Generic Network Card. Click
Next.
Fig. 94 Go back to Printer Properties. Select
the Ports tab, highlight your printer’s port
and click Configure Port.
Fig. 91 Enter IP Address. Click Next.
Fig. 93 Click Finish. Close Window.
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Fig. 95 Select LPR Byte Counting Enabled
and Enter a Queue Name. Click OK.
Installation-Windows NT/2000/XP (continued)
Note:
Be sure to close the Properties
window to apply the new settings.
Subnet, and Gateway address you
obtained from your network administrator. Save the file to your c:\ drive.
Configuring IP, SubNet, and Gateway
Addresses
6.
Go to DOS (Command) Prompt.
1.
7.
Type copy setipsub.ps to lpt1.
8.
Power cycle the printer again and verify
that the start-up page contains your IP,
Subnet, and Gateway addresses.
9.
Go to DOS (Command) Prompt to ping
the printer.
c:\ping (IP Address)
From the ps_files folder on the XANTÉ
CD-ROM, copy dhcpoff.ps to your c:\
drive.
2.
Go to DOS (Command) Prompt.
3.
Type copy dhcpoff.ps to lpt1.
4.
Power cycle the printer (turn off, then
back on).
5.
Using a word processing application,
open setipsub.ps file from the ps_files
folder. Edit the file so it contains the IP,
Note:
10. Go to your Printer Properties (fig. 96)
and select the Port Tab (fig. 97).
Fig. 97 Select Ports Tab.
11. Select Add Port from the Ports Tab.
If you can ping the printer, go on to
step 10. If you cannot ping your
printer, contact your Network
Administrator.
Fig. 96 Printer Properties Window.
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12. Highlight Standard TCP/IP Port; then,
click New Port (fig. 98).
Installation-Windows NT/2000/XP (continued)
PPD Configuration
1.
2.
3.
4.
Select Installed for each option your
printer may have; then, click Apply.
5.
Click OK.
Select Start: Settings: Printer
Highlight your printer and click the
right mouse button. Select Properties
from the drop-down menu.
Installation-Macintosh
This section covers installation on a
Macintosh operating system (not OS X).
Note:
Click the Device Settings tab (fig. 99).
Before beginning the installation
process, be sure the appropriate
language is selected.
Fig. 98 Highlight Standard TCP/IP Port,
click New Port.
13. Follow the on-screen directions. Then,
enter your printer’s name or IP address
when prompted.
14. Click Finish when complete. Then close
all remaining windows.
Fig. 100 Click Install Printer. Then, select
Printer Description.
Fig. 99 Device Settings Window
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Installation-Macintosh (continued)
Installing the PostScript Driver
Fig. 104 Warning Window.
You can install the Adobe PostScript
Driver (Adobe PS) in two ways from the
XANTÉ Utilities disk, via the Utilities menu
or via the PostScript Driver link.
Fig. 103 Select Easy Install. Click Install.
Fig. 101 XANTÉ Utilities. Click Continue.
Note:
A warning window indicates a
search for particular software on
your system is about to begin (fig.
104). If you have some or all the
designated software, select the
appropriate application(s); click
OK.
Fig. 105 Installation Complete; click Quit.
Note:
Fig. 102 Read the Read Me window. Click
Continue.
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If AdobePS doesn’t open, simply
double-click AdobePS Installer in
the Printer Drivers: AdobePS 8.7.3:
(appropriate language) folder on the
CD.
Fig. 106 Select PostScript Driver
Installation-Macintosh (continued)
Acrobat Reader on your system,
you should install it.
Installation-Macintosh OS X
Fig. 107 AdobePS Window. Click Continue.
This section takes you through the
installation process on a Macintosh OS X
operating system. You must have the latest
OS X version to properly install this printer.
Fig. 109 Review Settings. Click Install.
Fig. 111 Complete Registration Form.
Note:
Fig. 110 Installation Complete. Click Quit.
Note:
When the Main Screen reappears, you
can register your printer (if on-line).
Fig. 108 Read License. Click Accept.
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After registering your printer, you
may continue installing other parts
of the Utilities by continuing on to
the appropriate installation sections.
XANTÉ Utilities CD-ROM documentation is in Adobe Acrobat
Portable Documentation Format
(PDF). If you do not have Adobe
Note:
You must first verify that AppleTalk
is enable to continue OS X installation.
1.
Select Apple menu: System Preferences:
Network.
2.
Select Built-in Ethernet from the dropdown Show menu (fig. 112). Next, select
the AppleTalk tab, select Make AppleTalk
Macintosh-OS X Installation (continued)
Active, and click Apply Now. Then, close
the window.
Fig. 115 Select AppleTalk, AppleTalk Network,
your printer, and your printer’s PPD; then, click
Add.
Fig. 113 Click Install PlateMaker 4.
Fig. 112 Network Window
Note:
OS X (version 10.1.5)
Note:
You must double-click the
OSX_setup icon The installation
window does not open automatically.
Fig. 116 Make sure your printer is listed.
The install location for your
printer’s PPD is Hard Drive:
Library: Printers: PPDS: Contents:
Resources: EN.LPROJ Folder.
Fig. 117 Locate Text Edit.
Fig. 114 Click Add Printer.
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Macintosh-OS X Installation (continued)
Note:
Go to File: Page Setup to make sure
your printer appears in the Format
For drop-down menu. If it says
Generic, call XANTÉ Technical
Support at 800-926-8393 (US and
Canada).
3.
Read the ReadMe file; then, click close or
select File and go to Page Setup.
Page Setup
1.
Select File from the top menu bar; then,
select Page Setup.
2.
Select Format For: PlateMaker 4 in the
Page Attributes window (fig. 119).
3.
Click OK once you have selected the
desired paper size, orientation, and scale
for your print job.
Printer Features
Mac OS X Printer Configuration
You can configure your printer by
selecting Page Setup and Printer Features.
1.
Close the Print Center window to return
to your desktop.
2.
Follow this path to access the ReadMe
file
CD: OSX_Installer: XANTÉ Utilities:
PlateMaker 4_OSX: readme.rtf.
Fig. 120 Select File: Print; click Printer
Features.
Fig. 119 Page Attributes Window
Fig. 118 Page Setup Window
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Macintosh-OS X Installation (continued)
Fig. 121 Select Appropriate Features; click
Print.
Fig. 124 Select AppleTalk, AppleTalk Network,
your printer, and your printer’s PPD; then, click
Add.
Fig. 122 Click Install PlateMaker 4.
Note:
OS X (version 10.2.1)
Note:
You must double-click the
OSX_setup icon The installation
window does not open automatically.
Fig. 123 Click Add Printer.
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The install location for your printer’s
PPD is Hard Drive: Library: Printers:
PPDS: Contents: Resources: EN.LPROJ
Folder.
Fig. 125 Select Printer Menu: Show Options.
Installation-Macintosh OS X (continued)
Fig. 127 Locate Text Edit.
Note:
Fig. 126 Select Installable Options to
configure your printer’s options, resolution,
and memory. Then, click Apply Changes.
Go to File: Page Setup to make sure
your printer appears in the Format For
drop-down menu. If it says Generic, call
XANTÉ Technical Support at 800-9268393 (US and Canada).
1.
Close the Print Center window to return
to your desktop.
2.
Follow this path to access the ReadMe
file
CD: OSX_Installer: XANTÉ Utilities:
PlateMaker 4_OSX: readme.rtf.
3.
Read the ReadMe file; then, click close or
select File and go to Page Setup.
Page Setup
1.
Mac OS X Printer Configuration
You can configure your printer by
selecting Page Setup and Printer Features.
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Select File from the top menu bar; then,
select Page Setup.
Fig. 128 Page Setup Window
2.
Select Format For: PlateMaker 4 in the
Page Attributes window (fig. 129).
3.
Click OK once you have selected the
desired paper size, orientation, and scale
for your print job.
Internet Printer Status (continued)
Internet Printer Status
Note:
Once your printer has been installed
onto your system, you can check its status,
rename it, align paper, and much more by
simply entering the IP address in the address
bar of your web browser.
Printer Configuration
Fig. 129 Page Attributes Window
Printer Features
Fig. 131 Select Appropriate Features; click
Print.
Fig. 132 Click Appropriate Links.
Fig. 130 Select File: Print; click Printer
Features.
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The web browser window and all
links within it are the same for both
Macintosh and PC environments.
This link contains information on your
printer’s Informational Pages, Network
(EtherTalk, General, and TCP/IP), Pinbar
Alignment, PostScript (AccelaFont, DPI,
Linearization, LPI, Margins, More X-ACT™,
and VM), Print Quality (EP1, Fuser Temperature, NEIT, and Print Density), Reset
Factory Defaults, Storage Devices (Hard disk
and RAM disk), and Trays and Media (Input
Tray and Media Types).
Internet Printer Status (continued)
Printer Information
Utility Pages
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This link contains information on your
printer’s Diagnostic Information, General
Information, I/O Settings (AppSocket,
EtherTalk, IP, IPP, LPR, Parallel, and USB),
and Installed Options.
This link allows you to print a Start-up
Page, Low Toner Page, Network Page, Font
List Page, Font Sample Page, and Menu
Layout Page.
Hours of Operation
7 a.m. - 6 p.m. Mon.—Fri. CST
•
E-mail
ts1@xante.com
europesupport@xante.com
Printer Maintenance
This link allows you to clean your
printer’s fuser roller.
Service and Support
•
Printer Security
This link allows you to Login, Logout,
and Setup a password for use on your
printer’s webpage.
•
For more information about the
PlateMaker 4 or other XANTÉ printers,
please log onto our website:
Tech Support
1-800-926-8393 (US and Canada)
Other areas, call your XANTÉ
vendor.
www.xante.com/help
Record Your Printer’s
Serial Number Here:
____________________
◊◊◊
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