Canon ColorPASS-Z5000, ColorPASS Z5000 Owner's manual

Canon ColorPASS-Z5000, ColorPASS Z5000 Owner's manual
ColorPASS-Z5000
GETTING STARTED
I N C L U D E S F I E R Y ® S O F T WA R E
ColorPASS-Z5000
GETTING STARTED
I N C L U D E S F I E R Y ® S O F T WA R E
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Contents
Introduction
Media pack
xi
About the documentation
xii
Specifications
xiii
User software
xiv
System requirements
xvi
Windows
xvi
Mac OS
xviii
UNIX (TCP/IP)
xviii
IPX (Novell)
xviii
Command WorkStation
xix
DocBuilder Pro
xix
Installing User Software on a Windows Computer
Setting up PostScript printing with Windows 95/98/Me
1
Using Two-Way Communication
6
Completing the Windows 95/98/Me connection
8
Setting up SMB printing with Windows 95/98/Me
11
Setting up IPP printing with Windows 98 and/or Windows Me
14
Setting up PostScript printing with Windows NT 4.0 and/or Windows 2000
16
Using Two-Way Communication
26
Completing the Windows NT 4.0 and/or Windows 2000 printer connection
28
Setting up SMB printing on Windows NT 4.0 and/or Windows 2000
34
Setting up IPP printing with Windows 2000
36
Installing ColorPASS software
38
Fiery Link, ColorWise Pro Tools, and Fiery Downloader
38
Command WorkStation
40
Adobe Acrobat 4.05
41
Fiery Scan
42
x
Contents
Using the software for the first time
43
Configuring a connection for Fiery Link
43
Configuring the connection for Fiery utilities and the Command WorkStation
53
Configuring a connection for ColorWise Pro Tools
56
Copying color files from the User Software CD
59
Copying the printer description files for Windows
60
Installing the ICM profiles on Windows 95/98, Windows Me, Windows NT 4.0,
and/or Windows 2000
61
Loading the monitor settings file
61
Loading the ICM device profile
63
Installing User Software on a Mac OS Computer
Setting up the ColorPASS as a PostScript printer
65
Setting up the ColorPASS in the Chooser
66
Installing ColorPASS software and fonts
68
Configuring a connection for ColorWise Pro Tools
70
Configuring a connection for Fiery Spooler
73
Configuring a connection for Fiery Link
75
Configuring a connection for Fiery Downloader
86
Fonts
87
Copying color files from the User Software CD
88
Loading ICC profiles
89
Loading the monitor settings file
90
Loading the ICC copier profile
91
Downloading Installers with Fiery WebTools
Setting up Fiery WebTools
93
Using the Installer WebTool
94
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Contents
Troubleshooting
On a Windows computer
97
Setting up printing on Windows NT or Windows 2000 Workstations
97
Reinstalling the Adobe PostScript Printer Driver on Windows 95/98/Me
97
Problems with the Fiery utilities on Windows 95/98/Me, NT 4.0, or Windows 2000
98
On a Mac OS computer
98
Setting up the ColorPASS in the Chooser
98
Index
xiii
Introduction
Media pack
This manual describes how to install the user software for the ColorPASS-Z5000™
and set up printing from Windows and Mac OS computers. For information about
setting up network servers and clients to use the ColorPASS-Z5000, see the
Configuration Guide. For general information on using the color copier, your
computer, your application software, or your network, see the manuals that
accompany those products.
N OTE : The term “ColorPASS” is used in this manual to refer to the ColorPASS-Z5000
Color Server.
The ColorPASS supports the CLC5000 color copier.
Media pack
Your ColorPASS includes a customer media pack containing:
• User Software CD
• System Software CD(s) (for service use only)
• Adobe Type Manager CD
• Kodak Gray Scale Package
• Documentation
• Warranty Card
• Release Notes
xiv
Introduction
About the documentation
This manual is part of the set of ColorPASS documentation, which includes the
following manuals for users and system administrators:
• The Configuration Guide explains basic configuration and administration of the
ColorPASS for the supported platforms and network environments. It also includes
guidelines for setting up UNIX, Windows NT 4.0, and Novell NetWare servers to
provide Adobe PostScript printing services to clients.
• Getting Started describes how to install software to enable users to print to the
ColorPASS. Specifically, it describes installation of the PostScript printer drivers,
printer description files, and other software provided on the User Software CD.
It also explains how to connect each user to the network.
• The Printing Guide describes the printing features of the ColorPASS for users
who send jobs via remote workstations on the network.
• The Color Guide provides information on managing the color output of your
ColorPASS. It addresses concepts and issues associated with printing to the
ColorPASS and outlines key workflow scenarios. This manual explains how to
calibrate your copier and take advantage of the ColorWise® color management
system as well as features in ColorWise Pro Tools™. In addition, the Color Guide
offers information on printing from popular Windows and Mac OS applications.
• The Job Management Guide explains the functions of the Fiery client utilities,
including the Command WorkStation™, and how they can be used to manage jobs.
This book is intended for an operator or administrator, or a user with the necessary
access privileges, who needs to monitor and manage job flow, perform color
calibration, and troubleshoot problems that may arise.
• Release Notes provide last-minute product information and workarounds for some of
the problems you may encounter.
xv
Specifications
Specifications
• Dual Pentium III, 700MHz CPU
• 512MB RAM
• 18.2GB hard disk drive
• An internal 250 MB removable cartridge Iomega Zip drive
• Supports AppleTalk, TCP/IP, and IPX protocols simultaneously
• Supports Port 9100
• Supports thinnet unshielded twisted pair (Fast Ethernet 100BaseTX or Ethernet
10BaseT)
• Supports Adobe PostScript 3
• Includes 136 fonts (126 Adobe Type 1 PostScript and 10 TrueType)
In addition, two Adobe Multiple Master fonts are included and are used for font
substitution in PDF files.
• Built-in ColorWise color management and NetWise™ networking management
• Fiery WebTools™
• ColorWise Pro Tools, Fiery Downloader™, Fiery Link™, and Fiery Spooler™
(Mac OS only,) client utilities
• Fiery Scan™plug in
• Command WorkStation™(Windows only) software
• Supports Freeform™
• Supports Token Ring networking (available as an option)
• Supports Internet Printing Protocol (IPP) for Windows 98, Windows Me, and
Windows 2000
• Supports DocBuilder Pro
• Supports the Advanced Controller Interface kit which includes a monitor, a
keyboard, and mouse (available as an optional kit)
N OTE : Client utilities can be installed onto the ColorPASS from the User Software CD
if the Fiery Advanced Controller Interface is installed. Other applications are not
supported and may cause system problems.
xvi
Introduction
User software
The full set of ColorPASS user software is provided on the User Software CD.
Adobe PostScript
Printer Driver
Enables you to print to the ColorPASS from Windows
95/98/Me, Windows NT 4.0, and Mac OS computers;
also supports special ColorPASS and PostScript 3
features. Windows 2000 users should use the Microsoft
PostScript Printer Driver provided with
Windows 2000.
PostScript Printer
Description file (PPD)
For use with the PostScript printer driver that allows
the ColorPASS to appear in popular applications’ Print
and Page Setup dialog boxes. The ColorPASS PPDs
provide information about the ColorPASS and your
particular copier model to the application and printer
driver you are using.
PostScript Fonts
(Mac OS only)
PostScript screen and printer fonts that correspond to
the 136 PostScript printer fonts installed on the
ColorPASS (126 Adobe Type 1 and 10 TrueType). See
Appendix B of the Printing Guide for a complete list of
PostScript fonts installed on the ColorPASS.
Fiery Downloader
Enables you to print PostScript files, Encapsulated
PostScript (EPS) files, TIFF files, and Portable
Document Format (PDF) files directly to the
ColorPASS without opening the application in which
they were created. Fiery Downloader also enables you
to manage the printer fonts installed on the
ColorPASS.
Fiery Spooler
(Mac OS only)
Enables you to view the order and priority of print
jobs, customize printer settings for jobs, delete jobs,
and move jobs between queues. You can also use it to
view job accounting information.
xvii
User software
ColorWise Pro Tools
ICC-open color management and calibration tools;
enables you to edit and download ICC profiles.
Fiery Scan
Plug-in modules for Photoshop that enable you to scan
images from the copier directly into the application.
Fiery Link
Enables you to monitor the status of connected
ColorPASS servers and the print jobs sent to them.
Color management files
ColorSync (MacOS) and ICM (Windows) color
management files that enable you to maintain
consistent color from your original artwork to the
colors displayed on your monitor to the printed
output.
Color reference files
Reference pages that you can print to view the range of
colors available on your ColorPASS. For the most
predictable color results, refer to these pages when
defining colors in applications.
For more information on color management, see the
Color Guide.
Calibration files
Includes measurements files and targets that you can
use with ColorWise Pro Tools. If you do not have a
densitometer, you can use these files to calibrate the
ColorPASS.
MRJ (Mac OS only)
Mac OS Runtime for Java installer v 2.2 (MR)J is
required by all Java-based Fiery utilities. When
installing these utilities, if MRJ is not detected, the
MRJ installer is automatically launched.
N OTE : The PostScript printer drivers and printer description files can be installed from
the User Software CD or they can be installed from the ColorPASS with the Installer
WebTool. For instructions, see“Using the Installer WebTool” on page 94.
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Introduction
System requirements
To install the ColorPASS user software on a Windows or Mac OS computer, the
computer must be equipped with a built-in or external CD-ROM drive.
Windows
To print to the ColorPASS, you need:
• A Windows-based computer with an 80486, AMD, or Pentium processor
• Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Millennium (Me), Windows 2000, or
Windows NT 4.0
• At least 16MB of RAM for Windows 95
• At least 24MB of RAM for Windows 98
• At least 32MB of RAM for Windows Me
• At least 32MB of RAM for Windows NT 4.0
• At least 64MB of RAM for Windows 2000
With Microsoft Windows 95/98/Me, you also need:
• IPX/SPX or TCP/IP networking protocol installed
• Adobe PostScript Printer Driver for Windows version 4.2 or later (version 4.3.1 is
included with the user software)
With Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 2000, you also need:
• IPX/SPX, TCP/IP, or AppleTalk networking protocol installed
• Microsoft PostScript Printer Driver for Windows 2000 (MS Script 5 is included
with the user software)
• Adobe PostScript Printer Driver for Windows NT 4.0 version 5.0 (version 5.1.2 is
included with the user software)
xix
System requirements
To use the Fiery utilities (Fiery Downloader, ColorWise Pro Tools, and Fiery Link) you
also need:
• Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows 2000 or Windows NT 4.0
with NT Service Pack 5 or later
• At least 48MB of RAM; 56MB of RAM is recommended
To use Fiery Scan, you also need Adobe Photoshop version 4.0 or later.
To use Fiery WebTools, you also need:
• Either Netscape Communicator version 4.5 or later, and Java enabled or Microsoft
Internet Explorer version 4.0.1 and Service Pack 1, or later, with Java enabled
N OTE : Netscape and Microsoft continue to release frequent updates to their browsers.
As support cannot be guaranteed for all versions, use the versions specified above for
best results.
• A monitor, and video memory that supports 16-bit color at a minimum resolution
of 800 x 600
• A TCP/IP enabled network and the IP address or DNS name of the ColorPASS
• Web Services enabled on the ColorPASS
xx
Introduction
Mac OS
To print to the ColorPASS you need:
• A Mac OS-based computer
• At least 32MB of RAM
• EtherTalk installed
• Apple System software version 7.6.1 or later
• Adobe PostScript Printer Driver version 8.5 or later (version 8.7 is included with the
user software)
To use the Fiery utilities (Fiery Downloader, ColorWise Pro Tools, Fiery Link, and
Fiery Spooler), you also need:
• A Mac OS-based computer with Apple System Software version 7.6.1 or later
• At least 64MB of RAM
To use Fiery Scan, you also need Adobe Photoshop version 4.0 or later.
UNIX (TCP/IP)
To print to the ColorPASS with a UNIX workstation, you need:
• A workstation with standard TCP/IP connectivity (for example, Sun SPARCStation
or Silicon Graphics workstation with Solaris version 2.5 or later or SunOS version
4.1.x software)
• TCP/IP printing software that conforms to RFC1179 (Berkeley lpd protocol)
IPX (Novell)
To use the ColorPASS with an IPX (Novell) network, you need:
• A Novell server
• Novell NetWare software version 3.x, 4.x, or 5.x
• Support for Ethernet SNAP, Ethernet II, Ethernet 802.3, Ethernet 802.2,
Token Ring SNAP, or Token Ring
xxi
System requirements
Command WorkStation
To run the Command WorkStation application from a remote workstation, you need:
• A Windows-based computer with a 200MHz Pentium processor
• Windows 95/98/Me/2000 or Windows NT 4.0 with NT Service Pack 5
• TCP/IP networking protocol installed
• A video adapter card with at least 2MB of video memory
• At least 32MB of RAM
• An 850MB (or greater) hard disk drive
• A 2x CD-ROM drive
• A 17" monitor that supports 16-bit color at a minimum resolution of 1024 x 768
DocBuilder Pro
To run the Command WorkStation application with DocBuilder Pro, you need
• A Windows-based computer with a 333MHz Pentium processor
• Windows 95/98/Me or Windows NT 4.0 with NT Service Pack 4 or 5
• TCP/IP networking protocol installed
• A video adapter card with at least 2MB of video memory
• 64MB of RAM
• An 850MB (or greater) hard disk drive
• 90MB of available hard disk space
• A 2x CD-ROM drive
• A 17" monitor that supports 16-bit color at a minimum resolution of 1024 x 768
1
Installing
User Software
on a Windows
Computer
Setting up PostScript printing with Windows 95/98/Me
This chapter describes installing software and setting up printing from a
Windows-based computer running Windows 95/98/Me, Windows NT 4.0, or
Windows 2000.
The general steps for installing the software are:
• Install the PostScript printer driver (Windows 95/98/Me, Windows NT 4.0,
and Windows 2000) and corresponding printer driver files.
• Set up the printer driver to communicate with the ColorPASS.
• Install the Command WorkStation software on the designated Windows
workstation(s).
• Install the Fiery utilities and the Fiery Scan plug-in.
• Configure the connection for Fiery Link, Fiery Downloader, ColorWise Pro Tools,
and the Command WorkStation.
• Set up IPP printing for Windows 98 and Windows 2000.
• Copy additional files from the User Software CD as needed.
In addition to using the User Software CD, you can download printer drivers and
the Fiery Link installer from the ColorPASS with the Installer WebTool (if the site
administrator has enabled Internet access to the ColorPASS). For instructions, see
“Using the Installer WebTool” on page 94. Once you download the printer files, the
installation process is identical to installing from the User Software CD.
Setting up PostScript printing with Windows 95/98/Me
To set up the ColorPASS as a PostScript printer you must install the PostScript printer
driver for Windows 95/98/Me and its corresponding printer description files. You
must also configure a particular type of print connection between the workstation and
the ColorPASS.
The following procedure describes installing the printer drivers from the
User Software CD or from the Installer WebTool. The procedures after that describe
setting up the print connection.
2
Installing User Software on a Windows Computer
N OTE : The following procedures use Windows 98 screen captures with any
Windows 95 and Windows Me differences noted.
If you are printing using SMB (Server Message Block), you can connect to the
ColorPASS and install the printer drivers in a single procedure. To configure
the ColorPASS for SMB printing, see “Setting up SMB printing with
Windows 95/98/Me” on page 11.
TO
INSTALL THE
P OST S CRIPT
PRINTER DRIVER FOR
W INDOWS 95/98/M E :
1.
Click Start, choose Settings, and then choose Printers to display the Printers window.
2.
Double-click the Add Printer icon, and click Next.
3.
Specify printing using a Local printer, and click Next.
This procedure describes installing a printer locally. You can modify the connection
later, according to your network type.
4.
In the dialog box displaying lists of manufacturers and printers, click Have Disk.
3
Setting up PostScript printing with Windows 95/98/Me
The Install from Disk dialog box prompts you for the disk.
5.
If you are installing from the CD, type the name of the CD-ROM drive (for example,
D:\), and click Browse. Browse to English\Prntdrvr\Ps_drvr\Win_9x.
N OTE : You will use the same path for Windows Me.
If you are installing from the files you downloaded using the Installer, browse to
Prntdrvr\Prntdrvr\Ps_drvr\Win_9x.
N OTE : You will use the same path for Windows Me.
Make sure “Oemsetup.inf ” is selected.
6.
Click OK.
The path is copied to the Install From Disk dialog box.
7.
Verify the path is correct, and click OK.
4
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8.
In the Printers box, select the ColorPASS file and click Next.
9.
Select the LPT1 port and click Next.
You will configure the port later, according to your network type.
10.
Using a maximum of 31 characters, enter a name for the ColorPASS (or leave the
default name) in the Printer Name box.
This name will be used in the Printers and queue windows.
N OTE : Entering more than 31 characters may cause printing problems with some
network applications.
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11.
If you want the ColorPASS to be the default printer select Yes; if not, select No.
Select OK on Windows 95. On Windows 98 and Windows Me, click Next.
12.
Select No to printing the test page and click Next (Windows 95) or Finish
(Windows 98 and Windows Me).
The necessary files are installed to your hard disk.
When installation is complete, you will need to configure the options installed on your
copier.
T O CONFIGURE INSTALLABLE OPTIONS ON THE C OLOR PASS
P OST S CRIPT PRINTER DRIVER FOR W INDOWS 95/98/M E :
FROM THE
1.
Click the Start button, choose Settings, and then choose Printers.
2.
Click the ColorPass icon and choose Properties from the File menu.
3.
Select the Configuration tab.
4.
Select an installed option from the Available Options list and click Add to move the
option to the Installed Options list.
Finisher—Buffer Pass Unit Only, Stapler Sorter, Finisher
Paper Deck—Paper Deck-K1, Paper Deck-J1
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Click Apply.
You are ready for the instructions to connect to your network type (see “Completing
the Windows 95/98/Me connection” on page 8).
To enable Internet Printing Protocol (IPP) see “Setting up IPP printing with
Windows 98 and/or Windows Me” on page 14.
Using Two-Way Communication
If you have a TC/IP enabled network, you can update Expert Color Settings options
provided in the ColorWise print option bar of the Fiery printing tab of your printer
driver to reflect current copier color settings. See the Color Guide for more
information.
You can also automatically configure installable options using this feature.
S ETTING U P T WO -W AY C OMMUNICATION
D RIVERS FOR W INDOWS 95/98/M E :
FOR
P OSTSCRIPT P RINTER
1.
Click Start in the Windows taskbar, choose Settings, and then choose Printers.
2.
In the Printers window, select the icon for the ColorPASS PostScript printer driver.
3.
Choose Properties from the File menu.
4.
Select the Configuration tab.
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Check Two-Way Communication.
This will activate the Printer IP Address or DNS Name field.
6.
Enter the ColorPASS IP address or DNS name in the Printer IP Address or DNS Name
field.
7.
If you would like your printer driver to display the printer’s current default settings
when opened, check Update Fiery Driver When Opened.
8.
Click Update.
9.
Click OK.
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Completing the Windows 95/98/Me connection
To print from Windows 95/98/Me you need to:
• Set up network servers, if any
• Set up the ColorPASS to accept print jobs from your computer
• Configure a port on each Windows computer for the network
Completing the Windows 95/98/Me IPX/SPX or IPX (Novell) connection
If you are printing through a Novell server, the Novell network and file server should
be set up before you begin. The file server should be configured with a print server and
print connection for the ColorPASS. For details see your NetWare documentation and
the Configuration Guide.
To print from Windows 95/98/Me computers over IPX (Novell), you must first set up
IPX/SPX protocols, and then configure the ColorPASS by choosing the IPX port type,
and entering the settings for the port you use.
TO
SET UP
IPX/SPX
PRINTING FOR
W INDOWS 95/98/M E :
1.
Click the Start button, choose Settings, and then choose Control Panel.
2.
Double-click the Network icon.
Make sure that IPX/SPX-compatible Protocol is listed in the Installed Network
Components section.
For instructions, see your Windows 95/98/Me documentation.
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3.
Double-click the IPX/SPX-compatible Protocol icon.
4.
Click the Advanced tab.
5.
In the Property list, click Frame Type. In the Value pop-up menu, select the Frame
Type that corresponds to the one set during ColorPASS Network Setup.
If necessary, print the Configuration page from the Control Panel to check which
Frame Type(s) are configured.
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N OTE : Do not select Auto. Doing so may not select the Frame Type specified on the
ColorPASS.
TO
6.
Click OK and close the Network Control Panel.
7.
When prompted to restart your computer, click Yes.
SET UP
IPX (N OVELL )
PRINTING WITH
W INDOWS 95/98/M E :
1.
Click the Start button, choose Settings, and then choose Printers.
2.
Click the ColorPASS printer icon, and then choose Properties from the File menu.
3.
Click the Details tab and click Add Port.
A list of connection options is displayed.
4.
In the Add Port dialog box, specify the network path, or click Browse for a display of
your network environment.
5.
If you are using a NetWare file server, double-click the icon of the NetWare file server
you want to use for printing to the ColorPASS.
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6.
Click the printer icon labeled with the NetWare print queue you will use and click OK.
7.
In the Add Port dialog box, verify that the network path is updated and click OK.
Your print jobs are transmitted to the specified print queue on the Novell file server.
The ColorPASS polls the file server, and if jobs are present, they are transmitted to the
ColorPASS.
To confirm the connection, you can print a Windows 95/98/Me test page.
8.
Click the General tab, click Apply, and click Print Test Page.
If the test page prints successfully, you are ready to print from the computer.
Setting up SMB printing with Windows 95/98/Me
If you do not have a Novell network, you can print via SMB printing (also known as
Windows printing or WINS printing). Printing by this method allows you to install
the PostScript printer driver and printer description files, and print from your
computer to a particular connection (Hold, Print, or Direct) on the ColorPASS.
These instructions assume you have the TCP/IP protocol and Client for Microsoft
Networks installed.
To set up printing to a second or third print connection, you must install a new
printer driver and PPD file. Repeat the procedure “To set up SMB printing on
Windows 95/98/Me” on page 12. If you install more than one printer, give each a
descriptive name during printer driver installation, such as Aero-Print or Aero-Hold, so
you can easily identify printers.
B EFORE
YOU BEGIN :
•
Configure the ColorPASS for SMB printing in Network Setup>Service Setup>
Windows Setup.
SMB printing is referred to as Windows Printing in Setup, on the Control Panel Map,
and on the Configuration page. For more information, see the Configuration Guide.
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TO
SET UP
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SMB
PRINTING ON
W INDOWS 95/98/M E :
1.
Double-click the Network Neighborhood icon to display your network environment.
2.
Browse for the printer you would like to print to.
The printer name you are browsing for is the name entered in Network Setup>
Service Setup>Windows Setup > Server Name. Refer to the Configuration page for
this information.
If you are not able to locate your ColorPASS, see your network administrator.
3.
Double-click the name of the printer to display enabled print connections.
4.
Double-click the name of the connection you want to print to.
The Printers dialog box appears, asking whether you would like to set up the printer.
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Select Yes to install the PostScript printer driver and printer description file for
the selected connection.
The Add Printer Wizard appears.
6.
Specify whether you print from MS-DOS based programs, and then click Next.
If you choose Yes you will be prompted to capture a printer port before proceeding
with the installation. See your Windows documentation for details.
7.
Using a maximum of 31 characters, enter a name for the ColorPASS (or leave the
default name) in the Printer name box, and choose whether you want the ColorPASS
to be your default printer. Click Next.
N OTE : Entering more than 31 characters may cause printing problems with some
network applications.
8.
You are asked if you would like to print a test page. Choose Yes and click Finish.
The necessary files are installed to your hard disk.
If the test page prints successfully, you are ready to print from the computer.
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Setting up IPP printing with Windows 98 and/or Windows Me
With Internet Printing Protocol (IPP), print jobs are sent to the ColorPASS over
the Internet.
IPP printing is supported directly on Windows 2000 but can be enabled on
Windows 98 and Windows Me computers by first installing the “wpnpins.exe” patch
file (available on the Windows 2000 Server Product CD). For information about
obtaining this patch, contact the Microsoft Corporation.
N OTE : The IPP setup procedures are performed after installing the appropriate printer
drivers. See “To install the PostScript printer driver for Windows 95/98/Me:” on
page 2.
N OTE : IPP printing is not supported on Windows 95.
B EFORE
TO
YOU BEGIN :
1.
Prepare the ColorPASS for TCP/IP printing.
2.
Make sure the ColorPASS is configured for IPP printing in Network Setup > Service
Setup > IPP Setup. For more information, see the Configuration Guide.
3.
Specify the printing destination on your computer. See the following procedure.
SET UP
IPP
PRINTING WITH
W INDOWS 98
AND / OR
W INDOWS M E :
1.
Click the Start button, choose Settings, and then choose Printers.
2.
In the Printers windows, double-click the icon for the ColorPASS PostScript printer
driver.
Choose Properties from the File menu.
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Select the Details tab, and click Add Port.
The Add Port dialog box appears.
4.
Enter a network path for the printer.
The path for the printer is the IP address followed by “IPP/printer.”
N OTE : You can enter, “http”, “ipp”, and “printer” in either lowercases or uppercases.
5.
Click OK.
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Setting up PostScript printing with Windows NT 4.0
and/or Windows 2000
To set up the ColorPASS as a PostScript printer, you must install the PostScript printer
driver for Windows NT 4.0 and/or Windows 2000 and its corresponding printer
description files. You must also configure a particular type of print connection between
the workstation and the ColorPASS.
The instructions below describe installing a printer locally. Adding a printer to a local
system requires that you log in to your local Windows NT 4.0 and/or Windows 2000
workstation (not the network server domain) and that you are a member of the
Administrators group. The procedure for adding a network printer is similar to adding
a port. This procedure is described in “Completing the Windows NT 4.0 TCP/IP and
LPR connection” on page 28.
The following procedures for Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 2000 describe
installing the printer drivers from the User Software CD. The Windows NT 4.0 and
Windows 2000 procedures can also be used if you have downloaded the printer files
using the Installer WebTool. The procedures that follow describe setting up the print
connection.
If you are printing using SMB (Server Message Block) you can connect to the
ColorPASS and install the printer drivers in a single procedure. To configure
the ColorPASS for SMB printing, see “Setting up SMB printing on Windows NT 4.0
and/or Windows 2000” on page 34.
TO
INSTALL THE
P OST S CRIPT
PRINTER DRIVER FOR
W INDOWS NT 4.0:
1.
If you are installing from the CD, insert it into the CD-ROM drive.
2.
Click Start in the Windows NT taskbar, choose Settings, and then choose Printers.
3.
Double-click Add Printer.
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To install a printer locally, select My Computer and click Next.
“My Computer” is available if you logged in to a computer on which you have
Administrator privileges. If it is not available, you can add a network printer. The
procedure is similar to adding a port (see page 29).
5.
Check LPT1: and click Next.
This is a general installation that works for the parallel port connection. You can add a
network port later, according to your network type.
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In the dialog box displaying lists of manufacturers and printers, click Have Disk.
The Install from Disk dialog box prompts you for the disk.
7.
If you are installing from the CD, type the name of the CD-ROM drive (for example,
D:\), and click Browse.
If you are installing from files you downloaded using the Installer WebTool, type the
name of your hard disk drive (for example, C:\), and click Browse.
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If you are installing from the CD, browse to the English\Prntdrvr\Ps_drvr\Win_NT4x
folder and click Open.
If you are installing from files you downloaded using the Installer WebTool, browse to
the Prntdrvr\Prntdrvr\Ps_drvr\Win_NT4x folder and click Open.
Make sure “Oemsetup.inf ” or “Oemsetup” is selected.
The path is copied to the Install from Disk dialog box.
9.
10.
Verify the path is correct, and click OK.
In the Printers box, select the ColorPASS file and click Next.
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Using a maximum of 31 characters, enter a name for the ColorPASS (or leave the
default name) in the Printer name box, and choose whether you want the ColorPASS to
be your default printer. Click Next.
N OTE : Entering more than 31 characters may cause printing problems with some
network applications.
12.
Indicate whether you want the printer installed as a shared printer. Click Next.
If you select Shared, you must also enter a Share Name for the printer (or leave the
default name) and make selections from the list of operating systems used by client
workstations. For information on shared printers, see the Configuration Guide.
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Click No in the next dialog box to postpone printing a test page, and click Finish.
When installation is complete, the Printers window appears with an icon for the newly
installed printer.
TO
INSTALL THE
P OST S CRIPT
PRINTER DRIVER FOR
W INDOWS 2000:
1.
Click Start, choose Settings, and then choose Printers to display the Printers window.
2.
Double-click the Add Printer icon, and click Next.
3.
Specify printing using a Local printer, and click Next.
This procedure describes installing a printer locally. You can modify the connection
later, according to your network type.
4.
Select the LPT1 port and click Next.
You will configure the port later, according to your network type.
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In the dialog box displaying lists of manufacturers and printers, click Have Disk.
The Install from Disk dialog box prompts you for the disk.
6.
Type the name of the CD-ROM drive (for example, D:\), and click Browse. Browse to the
English\Prntdrvr\Ps_drvr\Win_2000 folder.
Make sure “Oemsetup.inf ” or “Oemsetup” is selected and click Open.
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Verify the path is correct, and click OK.
The path is copied to the Install From Disk dialog box.
8.
In the Printers box, select the ColorPASS file and click Next.
9.
Using a maximum of 31 characters, enter a name for the ColorPASS (or leave the
default name) in the Printer Name box.
This name will be used in the Printers and queue windows.
N OTE : Entering more than 31 characters may cause printing problems with some
network applications.
10.
If you want the ColorPASS to be the default printer select Yes; if not, select No.
Click Next.
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Indicate whether you want the printer installed as a shared printer. Click Next.
If you select Share as, you must also enter a Share Name for the printer (or leave the
default name) and make selections from the list of operating systems used by client
workstations. Refer to the Configuration Guide for more information on shared
printers.
12.
Select No to printing a test page, and click Next.
13.
Verify the printer settings specified, and click Finish.
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The necessary files are installed to your hard disk.
14.
If this is the first printer driver you are installing on the computer, you may be
prompted to install files from the Windows 2000 CD. Insert the CD-ROM, browse to the
win2000\english\i386 folder, and then click OK.
When installation is complete, the Printers window appears with an icon for the newly
installed printer. You will now need to configure the options installed on your copier.
To enable Internet Protocol Printing (IPP), see “Setting up IPP printing with
Windows 2000” on page 36.
TO
CONFIGURE INSTALLABLE OPTIONS ON THE C OLOR PASS FROM THE
PRINTER DRIVER FOR W INDOWS NT 4.0 AND / OR W INDOWS 2000:
P OST S CRIPT
N OTE : Configuring installable options for Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 2000
are similar. The following procedure uses Windows NT 4.0 screen captures with
Windows 2000 differences noted.
1.
Click the Start button, choose Settings, and then choose Printers.
2.
Click the ColorPASS icon, and choose Properties from the File menu.
3.
Click the Device Settings tab, and scroll down to Installable Options. Specify the
options installed on the ColorPASS.
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Windows 2000
4.
Select an installable option and choose a setting.
N OTE : Windows 2000 systems display installable options as a pop-up menu. You must
first select the installable option to activate the menu.
Finisher Option—Not Installed, Buffer Pass Unit Only, Stapler Sorter, Finisher
Paper Deck Option—Not installed, Paper Deck-K1, Paper Deck-J1
5.
Click OK to activate the current settings.
You are ready for the instructions to connect to your network type (see “Completing
the Windows NT 4.0 and/or Windows 2000 printer connection” on page 28).
To enable Internet Protocol Printing (IPP) for Windows 2000, see “Setting up IPP
printing with Windows 2000” on page 36.
Using Two-Way Communication
If you have a TCP/IP enabled network, you can update Expert Color Settings options
provided in the ColorWise print option bar of the Fiery Printing tab of your printer
driver to reflect current copier settings. See the Color Guide for more information.
You can also automatically configure installable options using this feature.
Two way communication is not supported on Windows 2000.
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S ETTING U P T WO -W AY C OMMUNICATION FOR P OSTSCRIPT
P RINTER D RIVERS FOR W INDOWS NT 4.0:
1.
Click Start in the Windows taskbar, choose Settings, and then choose Printers.
2.
In the Printers window, select the icon for the ColorPASS PostScript printer driver.
3.
Choose Properties from the File menu.
4.
Select the Configuration tab.
5.
Check Two-Way Communication.
This will activate the Printer IP Address or DNS Name field.
6.
Enter the ColorPASS IP address or DNS name in the Printer IP Address or DNS Name
field.
7.
If you would like your printer driver to display the printer’s current default settings
when opened, check Update Fiery Driver When Opened.
8.
Click Update.
9.
Click OK.
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Completing the Windows NT 4.0 and/or Windows 2000 printer
connection
To print from Windows NT 4.0 and/or Windows 2000 you need to:
• Set up network servers, if any
• Set up the ColorPASS to accept print jobs from your computer
• Configure a port on each Windows NT and/or Windows 2000 computer for the
network type
To do this:
See:
Configure the TCP/IP (LPR port)
connection
“Completing the Windows NT 4.0
TCP/IP and LPR connection” on page 28.
Configure the IPX (Novell)
connection
“Completing the Windows NT 4.0 and/or
Windows 2000 IPX (Novell) connection”
on page 32.
N OTE : The procedures for completing the printer connection for Windows NT 4.0
and Windows 2000 are similar. Windows NT 4.0 screen captures are used with
relevant Windows 2000 differences noted.
Completing the Windows NT 4.0 TCP/IP and LPR connection
Once you have installed the PostScript printer driver and printer driver files, complete
the setup for the TCP/IP and LPR connection as follows:
• Prepare the ColorPASS to accept print jobs using TCP/IP and LPR protocols.
(For details, see the Configuration Guide.)
• Configure the workstation for the TCP/IP connection.
Before you continue, ask the system administrator for the IP address assigned to the
ColorPASS, as well as the subnet mask and the gateway address, if they are used.
The TCP/IP Protocol and Microsoft TCP/IP Printing software should already be
installed on the Windows NT workstation.
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SET UP
Setting up PostScript printing with Windows NT 4.0 and/or Windows 2000
TCP/IP
AND
LPR
PRINTING FOR
W INDOWS NT 4.0:
1.
Open the Properties dialog box for the ColorPASS, and click the Ports tab.
2.
Click Add Port.
The available port types are displayed.
3.
Select LPR Port and click New Port.
If the LPR port is not listed, install the TCP/IP network protocol and
Microsoft TCP/IP printing software. See the Configuration Guide or your Windows
documentation.
4.
Enter the IP address of the ColorPASS.
If your network uses Domain Name Services (DNS), enter the DNS name assigned to
the ColorPASS instead of the IP address.
5.
Press Tab and type one of the following names, depending on the ColorPASS
connection you would like to print to.
print
hold
N OTE : This name is case-sensitive; type it exactly as shown above.
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Click OK.
The workstation checks the address or DNS name you entered and notifies you if it
cannot resolve the address.
7.
Click Close in the Printer Ports dialog box.
The new port configuration is reflected in the Ports tab. You must now close the
Printer Properties dialog box to verify the connection.
8.
Click OK to close the Printer Properties dialog box.
9.
Reopen the Printer Properties dialog box.
10.
Click the General tab and click Print Test Page.
When you print, your PostScript files are transmitted over the LPR Port connection to
the ColorPASS.
11.
TO
SET UP
Click OK to close the Printer Properties dialog box.
TCP/IP
AND
LPR
PRINTING FOR
W INDOWS 2000:
1.
Open the Properties dialog box for the ColorPASS, and click the Ports tab.
2.
Click Add Port.
3.
Select Standard TCP/IP Port for Available port types, and click New Port.
4.
Click Next in the Add Standard TCP/IP Printer Port Wizard dialog box.
5.
Enter the IP address of the ColorPASS.
The IP address will automatically be entered for Port Name.
6.
Click Next.
The device will automatically be detected.
7.
Select Canon Network Printing Device as Standard for Device Type if the device is not
automatically detected, and click Next.
8.
Click Finish to close the Add Standard TCP/IP Printer Port Wizard dialog box and Close
from the Printer Ports dialog box.
9.
Click Configure Port in the Properties dialog box.
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The Configure Standard TCP/IP Port Monitor dialog box appears.
10.
If you have LPD printing enabled at the ColorPASS Control Panel, select LPR for
Protocol and LPR Byte Counting Enabled under LPR Settings.
N OTE : You can also proceed without selecting LPR Byte Counting Enabled under
LPR settings.
11.
If you have Port 9100 printing enabled at the ColorPASS Control Panel, select Raw.
9100 is automatically detected for Port Number under Raw Settings. You can print to
the printer connection selected for Port 9100 printing at the ColorPASS Control
Panel.
12.
Enter the queue name.
For LPR, use print, hold, or direct.
For Port 9100, you need to manually enter the following port numbers for each print
connection under Raw Settings:
direct: 9100 (default) or 9101
print: 9102
hold: 9103
N OTE : This name is case-sensitive; type it exactly as shown above.
13.
Click OK to close the Configure Standard TCP/IP Port Monitor dialog box.
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Completing the Windows NT 4.0 and/or Windows 2000 IPX (Novell)
connection
Complete the setup for the IPX (Novell) connection as follows:
• Configure the Novell network and file server for handling ColorPASS print jobs.
The file server should be configured with a print server and print connection for the
ColorPASS. For details, see your NetWare documentation.
• Prepare the ColorPASS for IPX printing.
• Set up the IPX connection on the workstation.
NetWare protocols (NWLink IPX/SPX Compatible Transport) and NetWare client
services should already be installed on the Windows NT and/or Windows 2000
workstation.
T O SET UP IPX (N OVELL )
W INDOWS 2000:
PRINTING FOR
W INDOWS NT 4.0
AND / OR
1.
Double-click Network Neighborhood (Windows NT 4.0) or My Network Places
(Windows 2000).
2.
Double-click NetWare or Compatible Network.
A list of NetWare servers is displayed.
3.
Double-click the NetWare Tree or File Server on which the network administrator
defined a print connection for the ColorPASS.
You may have to log in to the file server to see the print connections.
4.
Double-click the print connection defined for the ColorPASS.
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5.
If the NetWare server does not have a suitable driver for the ColorPASS you may be
asked if you want to set up the printer on your workstation. Click Yes.
6.
Click OK to install the ColorPASS PostScript printer driver (start with step 6 on
page 18).
When installation is complete, a new printer window appears, with the name of the
print queue on the NetWare server.
7.
Choose Properties from the File menu, and then click the Ports tab.
The NetWare queue you just connected to is listed and checked as a port for the
ColorPASS.
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8.
Click the General tab and click Print Test Page.
9.
In the printer Job Notes window, enter user and job identification information, and
click OK.
The ColorPASS polls the NetWare server for print jobs in the print connection defined
for the ColorPASS. When you print, your PostScript files are spooled to that
connection and transmitted over the queue “port” to the ColorPASS.
The test page job is listed in the queue window until it is printed.
Setting up SMB printing on Windows NT 4.0 and/or
Windows 2000
If you do not have a Novell network, you can print via SMB printing (also known as
Windows printing or WINS printing). Printing by this method allows you to install
the PostScript printer driver and printer description files, and print from your
computer to a particular print connection (Hold, Print, or Direct) on the ColorPASS.
These instructions assume you have the TCP/IP Protocol and Microsoft TCP/IP
printing software installed on the Windows NT and/or Windows 2000 workstation.
To set up printing to a second or third print connection, you must install a new
printer driver and PPD file. Repeat the procedure “To set up SMB printing on
Windows NT 4.0 and/or Windows 2000” on page 35. If you install more than one
printer, give each a descriptive name during printer driver installation, such as
Aero-Print or Aero-Hold, so you can easily identify printers.
N OTE : With Windows 2000, you cannot install the driver and configure the printing
connection to the ColorPASS in a single procedure. Refer to your Windows
documentation for more details.
B EFORE
YOU BEGIN :
•
Configure the ColorPASS for SMB printing in Network Setup>Service Setup>
Windows Setup.
SMB printing is referred to as Windows Printing in Setup, on the Control Panel Map,
and on the Configuration page. For more information, see the Configuration Guide.
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T O SET UP SMB PRINTING
W INDOWS 2000:
ON
W INDOWS NT 4.0
AND / OR
1.
Double-click Network Neighborhood (Windows NT 4.0) or My Network Places
(Windows 2000).
2.
Browse for the printer you would like to print to.
The printer name you are browsing for is the name entered in Network Setup>
Service Setup>Windows Setup > Server Name. Refer to the Configuration page for
this information.
The amount of network traffic determines the amount of time required for the Browse
function.
If you are not able to locate your ColorPASS, see your network administrator.
3.
Double-click the name of the ColorPASS to display enabled print connections.
4.
Double-click the name of the connection you want to print to.
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5.
The Printers dialog box appears, asking whether you would like to set up the printer.
6.
Select Yes to install the PostScript printer driver and printer description file for the
selected connection.
Setting up IPP printing with Windows 2000
With Internet Printing Protocol (IPP), print jobs are sent to the ColorPASS over the
Internet.
N OTE : The IPP setup procedures are performed after installing the appropriate printer
drivers (see “To install the PostScript printer driver for Windows 2000:” on page 21).
N OTE : IPP printing is not supported on Windows NT.
B EFORE
TO
YOU BEGIN :
1.
Prepare the ColorPASS for TCP/IP printing.
2.
Make sure the ColorPASS is configured for IPP printing in Network Setup > Service
Setup > IPP Setup. For more information, see the Configuration Guide.
3.
Specify the printing destination on your computer. See the following procedure.
SET UP
IPP
PRINTING WITH
W INDOWS 2000:
1.
Click the Start button, choose Settings, and then choose Printers.
2.
Double-click the Add Printer icon and click Next.
3.
Select Network printer and click Next.
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4.
Setting up PostScript printing with Windows NT 4.0 and/or Windows 2000
Select “Connect to a printer on the Internet or on your intranet.” Enter an IP address
or computer name in the URL window.
The URL for the printer is the IP address followed by “IPP/printer.”
N OTE : You can enter “http”, “ipp”, and “printer” in either lowercases or uppercases.
5.
Click Next.
The Connect to Printer window appears.
6.
Click OK.
7.
The Add Printer Wizard dialog box appears.
If you install the PostScript printer for Windows 2000 for the first time, follow the
procedure on page 21.
If you have already installed the printer driver on your computer, choose Canon for
Manufacturers, then choose ColorPASS-Z5000 for Printers, and then click OK.
8.
Select Yes if you want the ColorPASS to be the default printer, if not, select No. Click
Next.
9.
Click Finish.
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Installing ColorPASS software
The User Software CD includes software installers for Fiery Link, Fiery Downloader,
and the Fiery Scan plug-in. Fiery utility and plug-in software are supported on
Windows 95/98, Windows Me, Windows NT 4.0, and Windows 2000 and must be
separately installed on each user’s computer.
The User Software CD includes the installer for the Command WorkStation
application. Command WorkStation software is supported with Windows 95/98/Me
and Windows NT 4.0 only. It should be installed only on workstations that are
designated for Command WorkStation use.
Fiery Link, ColorWise Pro Tools, and Fiery Downloader
The installers for Fiery Link, ColorWise Pro Tools, and Fiery Downloader are similar.
Before you begin installation, determine the following:
• Where do you want to install the utility on your hard disk?
By default, the installer places Fiery Link, ColorWise Pro Tools, and
Fiery Downloader in a folder called “Fiery” in the Programs folder.
• What do you want to name the utility folder in the Windows\Start Menu\Programs
folder?
By default, the installer names the folder “Fiery.”
T O INSTALL F IERY L INK , C OLOR W ISE P RO T OOLS ,
F IERY D OWNLOADER :
1.
AND
If you are installing ColorWise Pro Tools, double-click to open the ColorWise Pro
folder.
If you are installing Fiery Link, double-click to open the Fiery Link folder.
If you are installing Fiery Downloader, double-click to open the Downloader folder.
2.
Double-click the Setup.exe icon.
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Follow the instructions in the Setup dialog boxes to complete installation.
Use the table below as a guide when installing Fiery Link, ColorWise Pro Tools, and
Fiery Downloader. For specific instructions, read the information in each dialog box.
Name of dialog box:
Action:
When finished:
Welcome
Read the Setup program
introduction.
Click Next.
Software License Agreement
Read the license agreement.
Click Yes.
Choose Destination Location
Specify a hard disk location for the
installed utility software.
Click Next.
Select Program Folder
Specify a folder name for the software
located on the Programs menu. By
default the folder name is “Fiery.”
Click Next.
Setup Complete
Acknowledge that the software
installation is complete.
Click Finish.
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Command WorkStation
The Command WorkStation software installer is on the User Software CD. In
addition to the Command WorkStation application software, the installer installs Java
files necessary to use Fiery Setup on the Command WorkStation. Before you begin this
installation, determine the following:
• Where do you want to install the software on your hard disk?
By default, the installer places the Command WorkStation software in the
Programs\Fiery folder on your hard disk.
• What do you want to name the Command WorkStation folder in the
Windows\Start Menu\Programs folder?
By default, the installer names the folder “Command WorkStation.”
• Do you want to place a shortcut to the Command WorkStation application in your
Windows\Start Menu\Programs\StartUp folder?
Placing a shortcut in the StartUp folder automatically launches the
Command WorkStation application every time you restart your computer.
TO
INSTALL
C OMMAND W ORK S TATION
SOFTWARE :
1.
On the User Software CD, double-click to open the CStation folder.
2.
Double-click the Setup.exe icon.
3.
Follow the instructions in the Setup dialog boxes to complete installation of
Command WorkStation software.
Use the table below as a guide when installing Command WorkStation software. For
specific instructions, read the information in each dialog box.
Name of dialog box:
Action:
When finished:
Welcome
Read the Setup program
introduction.
Click Next.
Software License
Agreement
Read the license agreement.
Click Yes.
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Name of dialog box:
Action:
When finished:
Choose Destination
Location
Specify a hard disk location for the
installed Command WorkStation
software.
Click Next.
Select Program Folder
Specify a folder name for the
Command WorkStation software
located in the Programs menu.
Click Next.
Question
Indicate if you want to place a
shortcut to the
Command WorkStation application
in your StartUp folder.
Click Yes or No.
Setup Complete
Click Finish to install MS Java VM
5.00.3182 on your computer, if it is
not already installed, or click Finish
to complete Setup.
Click Finish.
Restart your
computer to initialize
Command
WorkStation and the
Java files.
Adobe Acrobat 4.05
Command WorkStation’s DocBuilder Pro feature works in conjunction with
Adobe Acrobat 4.05. If you have purchased the DocBuilder Pro option, the
Acrobat 4.05 application is included on the Adobe Acrobat 4.05 for
DocBuilder Pro CD.
N OTE : If Adobe Acrobat 4.05 is installed after Command WorkStation, or you attempt
to use DocBuilder Pro while running a previously installed copy of Acrobat 4.05, you
will need to restart Command WorkStation in order to use DocBuilder Pro.
For more information about Adobe Acrobat 4.05 for Windows, see the Readme.pdf
file on the Adobe Acrobat 4.05 for DocBuilder Pro CD.
TO
INSTALL
A CROBAT 4.05
1.
Insert the Adobe Acrobat 4.05 for DocBuilder Pro CD in the CD-ROM drive.
2.
Double-click the AutoPlay.exe icon on the CD and follow the instructions on the
screen.
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Fiery Scan
The Scan folder contains the TWAIN Fiery Scan Module installer. This installer
automatically creates a folder named Twain_32 in the Windows folder on your hard
disk, and then installs the Fiery Scan plug-in module into the folder.
You can access the Fiery Scan plug-in from Adobe Photoshop using the TWAIN
module. For details, see the Printing Guide.
N OTE : Before installing the TWAIN Fiery Scan module, make sure the TWAIN
plug-ins (installed with Adobe Photoshop software) are located in the correct
Photoshop\Plugins subfolder. If the TWAIN plug-ins have been deleted, you must
reinstall Adobe Photoshop software in order to use Fiery Scan.
TO
INSTALL THE
TWAIN F IERY S CAN
MODULE :
1.
On the User Software CD, double-click to open the Fiery Scan folder.
2.
Double-click the Setup.exe icon.
3.
Follow the instructions in the Setup dialog boxes to complete installation of the
TWAIN Fiery Scan module.
Use the table below as a guide when installing the TWAIN Fiery Scan module. For
specific instructions, read the information in each dialog box.
Name of dialog box:
Action:
When finished:
Welcome
Read the introduction.
Click Next.
Software License
Agreement
Read the license agreement.
Click Yes.
Setup Complete
Acknowledge that the software
installation is complete.
Click Finish.
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Using the software for the first time
Before you can use the newly installed software, you must properly configure the
connection to the ColorPASS.
Configuring a connection for Fiery Link
You can use Fiery Link to monitor the status of ColorPASS servers and view
information about the print jobs sent to them.
When you click the Edit Fiery List button, all ColorPASS servers on the local subnet
appear in the Available Fierys list of the My Fiery List dialog box. You can specify
which ColorPASS servers to connect to and monitor from this dialog box. If the
ColorPASS is not in your local subnet, you can use Fiery Link options to manually
configure a connection, or you can perform an advanced search to locate and connect
to ColorPASS servers anywhere on the network. The procedures that follow describe
locating and connecting to a ColorPASS server using manual and advanced search
methods.
For information on using Fiery Link, see the Printing Guide.
N OTE : Fiery Link is supported over TCP/IP only.
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CONFIGURE THE CONNECTION TO
1.
C OLOR PASS
SERVERS IN A LOCAL SUBNET :
Launch Fiery Link by double-clicking its icon or by choosing it from the
Start > Programs > Fiery menu.
The Edit My Fiery List dialog box opens, and all servers found appear in the Available
Fierys area of the dialog box.
ColorPASS name, device name
(5000), and IP address
N OTE : Only servers that support Fiery Link appear in the Available Fierys area.
2.
To add a server to the My Fiery List, select it and click the arrow button.
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The server appears in the My Fiery List.
Repeat step 2 for each server you would like to add to the My Fiery List.
TO
3.
Click Apply to accept the changes to My Fiery List.
4.
Click OK.
MANUALLY CONFIGURE THE CONNECTION FOR
1.
F IERY L INK :
Click the Manual tab. Enter the DNS name or IP address of the ColorPASS and click the
arrow button.
When the arrow button is clicked, Fiery Link checks for the specified ColorPASS. If
the server is found, it appears in the My Fiery List. If it is not found, an error message
appears.
To add the server to the My Fiery List without confirming its existence on the network,
hold down the Ctrl key while clicking the arrow button.
2.
To give the server a nickname, select it in the My Fiery List and click Modify.
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3.
Select Use Nickname, and enter a nickname for the ColorPASS.
4.
Click OK.
5.
Click Apply to accept the changes to My Fiery List.
6.
Click OK.
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CONFIGURE THE CONNECTION FOR
ADVANCED IP SEARCH :
F IERY L INK
1.
Click the AutoSearch tab.
2.
Click the Advanced button.
USING AN
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To find all servers within an IP address range, enter an IP address in the From IP field,
and an IP address in the To IP field, and click the arrow button.
Repeat step 3 for each IP address range you would like to search. To remove an IP
address range from the list, select the range in the IP Range/Subnet Addr. window and
click the Remove button.
You can also search for the server using a range of subnet values. For more information,
see “To configure the connection for Fiery Link using an advanced subnet search” on
page 50.
4.
Click Search.
When the search is complete, all servers found appear in the Available Fierys area of the
dialog box.
If the ColorPASS was not found, and you would like to search again using the same
parameters, click Refresh.
N OTE : Only servers that support Fiery Link appear in the Available Fierys area.
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To add a server to the My Fiery List, select it and click the arrow button.
The server appears in the My Fiery List.
Repeat step 5 for each server you would like to add to the My Fiery List.
6.
Click Apply to accept the changes to My Fiery List.
7.
Click OK.
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CONFIGURE THE CONNECTION FOR
ADVANCED SUBNET SEARCH :
F IERY L INK
USING AN
1.
Click the AutoSearch tab.
2.
Click the Advanced button and click the Subnet Addr. tab.
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Enter the IP address and subnet to search, and click the arrow button.
The IP address and subnet to be searched appear in the IP Range/Subnet Addr. list.
Repeat this procedure for each IP address and subnet you would like to search.
To remove a subnet value from the IP Range/Subnet Addr. list, select it and click the
Remove button.
4.
Click Search.
When the search is complete, all servers found appear in the Available Fierys area of the
dialog box.
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If the ColorPASS was not found, and you would like to search again using the same
parameters, click Refresh.
N OTE : Only servers that support Fiery Link appear in the Available Fierys area.
5.
To add a ColorPASS server to the My Fiery List, select it and click the arrow button.
The server appears in the My Fiery List.
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Repeat step 5 for each server you would like to add to the My Fiery List.
6.
Click Apply to accept the changes to My Fiery List.
7.
Click OK.
Configuring the connection for Fiery utilities and the
Command WorkStation
The first time you launch Fiery Downloader, Fiery Scan, or the
Command WorkStation, you are prompted to configure the connection to the
ColorPASS. The same TCP/IP configuration is used for Fiery Downloader, Fiery Scan,
or Command Workstation, so any change in one configuration affects all connections.
Before you begin, print the Configuration page from the Control Panel. This page
contains information you will need when configuring the connection, such as the IP
address.
B EFORE
YOU BEGIN :
•
Print the Configuration page from the Control Panel and note the IP Address of the
ColorPASS.
If the ColorPASS is already registered in a Domain Name Server (DNS) on your
network, you can enter the DNS name of the ColorPASS instead of the IP address. See
your Windows system documentation for information.
T O CONFIGURE THE CONNECTION FOR F IERY D OWNLOADER ,
F IERY S CAN , AND C OMMAND W ORK S TATION :
1.
Launch Fiery Downloader by double-clicking its icon or by choosing it from the
Start >Programs >Fiery menu.
Launch Command WorkStation by double-clicking its icon or by choosing it from the
Start >Programs menu.
Launch Photoshop, and open Fiery Scan (for details, see the Printing Guide).
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2.
Click OK.
3.
Enter the appropriate information for the ColorPASS.
Nickname—Enter a name for the ColorPASS. This name can be any name you wish; it
does not have to match the actual Server Name of the ColorPASS.
N OTE : The nickname cannot contain any of the following seven characters:
[ ] _ " ' <space> <tab>
Protocol—Choose the type of network protocol you are using from the pop-up menu.
N OTE : Command WorkStation software is supported on Windows 95/98/Me,
Windows 2000, and Windows NT 4.0 over TCP/IP only.
Server Name—If you are using the TCP/IP protocol, enter the IP address (or DNS
name) of the ColorPASS.
New Device—Enter the name of the device the ColorPASS is connected to: 5000.
For TCP/IP networks
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4.
When you have entered all the information, click Add.
5.
With the device name (5000) selected in the Devices list, click OK.
The ColorPASS appears in the list of available servers. The first line of the entry
displays the nickname you gave the server, followed by the protocol you chose. The
second line displays the device name.
Device name of the ColorPASS
(5000)
6.
With the device name (5000) selected in the list of Available servers, click OK to
begin using the software.
Modifying the configuration
You should edit the configuration whenever there is any change to your ColorPASS
server or network, such as a server name or IP address. First change the specific
ColorPASS Setup information before configuring the connection.
TO
MODIFY THE CONFIGURATION :
1.
To edit information for a ColorPASS in the list of available servers, select the
ColorPASS by its nickname and click Modify.
2.
Edit information in the Modify Server Settings dialog box as necessary, and click OK
when finished.
3.
To add a new ColorPASS to the list of available servers, click Add. Configure the Add
New Server dialog box as outlined in steps 3 through 5 in the previous procedure.
4.
To remove a ColorPASS, select the ColorPASS by its nickname, and click Remove.
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Configuring a connection for ColorWise Pro Tools
The following procedure describes configuring a connection for ColorWise Pro Tools.
B EFORE
YOU BEGIN :
•
Print the Configuration page from the Control Panel and note the IP Address of
the ColorPASS.
You can also set up a Domain Name Server (DNS) for the IP address of the
ColorPASS. See your Windows system documentation for information.
TO
CONFIGURE THE CONNECTION FOR
C OLOR W ISE P RO T OOLS :
1.
Launch ColorWise Pro Tools by double-clicking its icon or by choosing it from the
Start > Programs > Fiery Menu.
2.
The Choose Printer Device dialog box appears.
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3.
If you have previously configured a Windows connection to the ColorPASS, then you
are ready to use ColorWise Pro Tools. If you have not configured a connection, click
Add.
4.
Enter the appropriate information for the ColorPASS.
Nickname—Enter a name for the ColorPASS. This can be any name you wish; it does
not have to match the actual server name of the ColorPASS.
N OTE : The nickname cannot contain any of the following seven characters:
[ ] _ " ' <space> <tab>
Protocol—Choose the type of network protocol you are using from the pop-up menu.
ColorWise Pro Tools is supported only with TCP/IP, so no selection is necessary.
Server Name—Enter the IP Address (or DNS or hosts name) of the ColorPASS.
New Device—Enter the name of the device the ColorPASS is connected to: 5000.
This device name appears in the Printer Setup section of the Configuration Page.
5.
When you have added all the information, click Add.
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With the device name (5000) selected in the Devices list, click OK.
The ColorPASS appears in the list of available severs. The first line of the entry displays
the nickname you gave the server, followed by the protocol. The second line displays
the device name.
7.
With the device name (5000) selected in the list of Available Servers, click Select to
begin using ColorWise Pro Tools.
Modifying the configuration
You should edit the configuration whenever there is any change to your ColorPASS
server or network configuration, such as a server name or IP address. First change the
specific ColorPASS Setup information before configuring the connection.
TO
MODIFY THE CONFIGURATION :
1.
To edit information for a ColorPASS in the list of available servers, select the
ColorPASS by its nickname and click Modify.
2.
Edit information in the Modify Server Settings dialog box as necessary, and click OK
when finished.
3.
To add a new ColorPASS to the list of available servers, click Add. Configure the
ColorPASS in the Add Server dialog box as outlined in step 4 through 5 in the previous
procedure.
4.
To remove a ColorPASS from the list of available servers, select the ColorPASS by its
nickname and click Remove.
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Copying color files from the User Software CD
Copying color files from the User Software CD
You can copy additional color files from the User Software CD to your hard disk.
Many of the files are PostScript files that you can download and print using
Fiery Downloader.
Icm folder
ICM monitor setting file and a device profile specially designed
for use with the ColorPASS and particular copier models. For
instructions on installing see “Installing the ICM profiles on
Windows 95/98, Windows Me, Windows NT 4.0, and/or
Windows 2000” on page 61.
Clrfiles folder
(inside English
folder)
Cmyk.ps, an 11-page, letter-size PostScript file to use for
reference when defining CMYK colors in applications.
Pantone.ps, a 19-page, letter-size PostScript file that indicates the
closest equivalent of PANTONE coated colors that the
ColorPASS and your particular copier model can produce. The
method used to print the Pantone.ps file differs depending on
the Spot Color Matching setting. For more information, see the
Printing Guide and the Color Guide.
Rgb_01.doc, a file you can print from Microsoft Word 97 or
later to view available RGB colors.
Rgb_02.ppt, a file you can print from PowerPoint 6.0 or later to
view available RGB colors.
Calibrat folder
(inside English/
Clrfiles folder)
Four PostScript measurements files of color patches:
Custom21.ps, Custom34.ps, Stand21.ps, and Stand34.ps.
The numbers in the filenames refer to the number of patches on
the page. The Custom files are provided to enable you to
download measurement patches that incorporate the copier’s
current calibration set. The Standard files are provided to enable
you to download standard measurement patches that ignore the
copier’s current calibration set. For information on how to use
these files, see the Color Guide.
N OTE : These files are provided for expert users and should not be
used for day-to-day calibration.
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Copying the printer description files for Windows
The User Software CD contains printer description files for popular Windows
applications. Pagemaker 5.0, 6.0, and 6.5 do not support automatic installation of
printer description files from the Printers Control Panel. To make the ColorPASS
available in the Print and Page Setup dialog boxes of this application, copy printer
description files to the appropriate location.
TO
COPY THE PRINTER DESCRIPTION FILES :
1.
On the User Software CD, open the English\Prntdrvr\Ps_drvr folder. Select the folder
that corresponds to the system that you are using.
For Windows 95/98/Me, select English\Prntdrvr\Ps_drvr\Win_9x.
For Windows NT, select English\Prntdrvr\Ps_drvr\Win_NT4x.
For Windows 2000, select English\Prntdrvr\Ps_drvr\Win_2000.
2.
Copy the printer description file for your ColorPASS to the appropriate location.
If you use:
PageMaker 5.0 or later
Copy this file:
Efnc6010.pdd
To this location:
For PageMaker 5.0,
\ALDUS\USENGLSH\PPD4
For PageMaker 6.0,
\PM6\RSRC\USENGLSH\PPD4
For PageMaker 6.5,
\PM65\RSRC\USENGLSH\PPD4
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Installing the ICM profiles on Windows 95/98, Windows Me,
Windows NT 4.0, and/or Windows 2000
The ICM profiles included in the Icm folder on the User Software CD are for use
with ColorWise Pro Tools. They can also be used with applications that support
ICC standards such as Photoshop. For most ICC aware applications, the files must
be installed into a folder named Color in the System folder. For use with ColorWise
Pro Tools, the files can be copied to a folder of your choice.
For more information on using ICC profiles with ColorWise Pro Tools, see the
Color Guide.
T O INSTALL THE ICM PROFILES ON W INDOWS 95/98, W INDOWS M E ,
W INDOWS NT 4.0, AND / OR W INDOWS 2000:
1.
On the User Software CD, open the Icm folder.
2.
If you are using Windows 95/98 or Windows Me, copy the profiles to the
Windows\System\Color folder on your hard disk.
If you are using Windows NT or Windows 2000, copy the profiles to the
Winnt\System32\Color folder on your hard disk.
N OTE : If a folder named “Color” does not exist in the Sytem32 folder, create one and
install the profiles into it.
Loading the monitor settings file
The Efirgb.icm monitor settings file can be used in Photoshop, or other applications
that support ICM profiles, to define a source color space for printing to the
ColorPASS.
These instructions assume you have installed the ICM profiles included on the
User Software CD. For more information, see the previous section.
N OTE : The internal name of an ICC profile may vary slightly from its filename.
N OTE : If you use Fiery Scan, you should install the monitor settings profile.
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LOAD THE MONITOR SETTINGS FILE FOR
P HOTOSHOP 5. X :
1.
Launch Photoshop.
2.
From the File menu, choose Color Settings, and from the Color Settings submenu,
choose RGB Setup.
3.
In the RGB Setup dialog box, click Load.
4.
For Windows 95/98 and Windows Me, browse to the Windows\System\Color, select
Efirgb.icm, and click Load.
For Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 2000, browse to the Winnt\System32\Color folder,
select Efirgb.icm, and click Load.
The Efirgb v1f file appears as the selection in the RGB pop-up menu of the RGB Setup
dialog box.
5.
Click OK.
For more information about ICM profiles, see your application’s documentation.
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Loading the ICM device profile
The ICM copier profile defines the target color space for printing to the copier.
These instructions assume you have installed the ICM profiles included on the
User Software CD. For more information, see “Installing the ICM profiles on
Windows 95/98, Windows Me, Windows NT 4.0, and/or Windows 2000” on
page 61.
N OTE : The internal name of an ICC profile may vary slightly from its file name.
TO
LOAD THE
ICM
DEVICE PROFILE IN
P HOTOSHOP 5. X :
1.
Launch Photoshop.
2.
From the File menu, choose Color Settings, and from the Color Settings submenu,
choose CMYK Setup.
3.
In the CMYK Setup dialog box, choose ICC as the CMYK color model.
4.
Select the profile that corresponds to the ColorPASS from the Profile pop-up menu.
5.
.
Click OK.
For more information about ICC profiles, see your application’s documentation.
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User Software
on a Mac OS
Computer
Setting up the ColorPASS as a PostScript printer
The general steps for installing the ColorPASS user software and setting up printing
on a Mac OS computer are:
• Install the Adobe PostScript printer driver and PostScript Printer Description file
(PPD).
• Set up the ColorPASS in the Chooser.
• Install the Fiery utilities (ColorWise Pro Tools, Fiery Link, Fiery Downloader,
and Fiery Spooler).
• Install Fiery Scan plug-in.
• Install the printer and screen fonts.
• Configure the connection for ColorWise Pro Tools, Fiery Link, Fiery Downloader,
and Fiery Spooler.
• Copy additional color-reference and application-specific files from the
User Software CD as needed.
Setting up the ColorPASS as a PostScript printer
To set up the ColorPASS as a PostScript printer, you must install the Adobe PostScript
printer driver, and the PPD file that corresponds to your copier. The Adobe PostScript
printer driver and PPD files are provided on the User Software CD.
Printer drivers provide a way to communicate information on print jobs between your
applications, the ColorPASS, and any other PostScript printer connected to your
computer. Use the following procedures if you are installing from the
User Software CD.
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INSTALL THE
A DOBE PS
PRINTER DRIVER AND
PPD
FILE :
1.
On the User Software CD, open the English: Printer Driver folder.
2.
Double-click the AdobePS 8.7 Installer icon.
A warning dialog box appears.
3.
Click Yes to continue with installation of printer driver software, and to confirm that
your computer must be restarted after installation.
The AdobePS Installer installs the Adobe PostScript printer driver, and the PPD file
that corresponds to your copier.
4.
Click Restart when installation is complete.
N OTE : If you operate the ColorPASS in a copy shop, quick print shop, or service
bureau, you might want to provide copies of the printer driver, PPD file, any ICC
profiles or separation tables used in conjunction with the image, and relevant
documentation to customers. This ensures that jobs they create and print to files
are properly formatted for printing to the ColorPASS.
Setting up the ColorPASS in the Chooser
After you install the Adobe PostScript printer driver and PPD file (see “Setting up the
ColorPASS as a PostScript printer” on page 65), you need to set up the ColorPASS in
the Chooser in order to take full advantage of its features. This section describes how to
set up the ColorPASS with the AdobePS printer driver.
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SET UP THE
1.
C OLOR PASS
IN THE
C HOOSER :
Select Chooser from the Apple menu.
Make sure AppleTalk is set to Active.
2.
Select the correct AppleTalk Zone, if necessary.
3.
Click the AdobePS icon.
The ColorPASS appears in the Select a PostScript Printer list in the form of
<server name>_<device name>_<print connection>. The device name (5000) is
the internal name of your copier.
N OTE : Only the print connections (Direct, Hold, and Print) that have been enabled
in Setup appear in the Chooser.
4.
Select a ColorPASS connection from the “Select a PostScript Printer” list, and
click Create.
The AdobePS printer driver automatically selects the correct PPD file for your
ColorPASS.
N OTE : You will need to set up each print connection separately. Repeat step 4 for all
enabled connections.
5.
In the Chooser list, an icon appears next to the newly installed ColorPASS; select it
and click Setup.
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6.
Click Configure in the dialog box that appears.
7.
In the Installable Options dialog box, select the appropriate settings from the pop-up
menus, and click OK.
Finisher Option—Not Installed, Buffer Pass Unit Only, Stapler Sorter, Finisher
Paper Deck Option—Not installed, Paper Deck-K1, Paper Deck-J1
8.
Close the Chooser.
Installing ColorPASS software and fonts
The Mac OS installers function essentially the same for each type of software. Before
you begin each installation, determine where you want to install each item on your
hard disk. Otherwise, the software is placed by default as described below:
• If you are using ColorSync 2.5 or later, install the profiles into the ColorSync
Profiles folder inside the System folder. If you are using an earlier version of
ColorSync, install the profiles to the ColorSync Profiles folder inside the
System:Preferences folder. The printer profile can be moved to a folder of your
choice.
• Fiery Downloader, Fiery Spooler, ColorWise Pro Tools and Fiery Link in a folder
named “Fiery f ” on the top level of your hard disk.
• Fiery Scan installer prompts you to locate your Photoshop Plug-Ins folder.
The installer also creates as folder named TWAIN in your System folder:Preferences
folder, and installs a Fiery Scan module and Source Manager file into that folder.
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• Fonts in the System folder:Fonts folder on your hard disk.
For instructions on installing Fonts, see “Fonts” on page 87.
TO
INSTALL
M AC OS
SOFTWARE :
1.
On the User Software CD, double-click the Installer icon of the item you would like to
install.
2.
Read the Software License Agreement, and click Accept.
3.
Click Install to copy the item to the default location, or navigate to a location in
which to install the item.
Use the table below as a guide when installing software.
If you are installing:
4.
Action:
To install:
Fiery Downloader
Specify a hard disk location for Fiery
Downloader software.
Click Install.
Fiery Scan
Navigate to your Photoshop:Plug-ins folder.
The Fiery Scan module and Source Manager
file is automatically installed to your System
Folder:Preferences folder.
Click OK.
Fiery Link
Specify a hard disk location for Fiery Link
software.
Click Install.
ColorWise Pro Tools
Specify a hard disk location for ColorWise
Pro Tools software.
Click Install.
Fiery Spooler
Specify a hard disk location for Fiery Spooler
software.
Click Install.
If prompted, click Quit to close the software installer.
In order to use ColorWise Pro Tools, Fiery Spooler, or Fiery Link you must have
Mac OS Runtime for Java (MRJ 2.2) installed on your computer.
If you do not have MRJ installed, the ColorWise Pro Tools, Fiery Spooler, or
Fiery Link installer automatically initiates the MRJ 2.2 installation process.
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M AC OS R UNTIME
FOR
J AVA :
1.
Read the Apple Computer Inc., License Agreement and click Agree to install the
software.
2.
Click Install.
Some files are installed.
3.
Click Quit.
You are now ready to configure the ColorWise Pro Tools, Fiery Spooler, and Fiery Link
connection to the ColorPASS, as described below.
Configuring a connection for ColorWise Pro Tools
The first time you use ColorWise Pro Tools you are prompted to configure a
connection to the ColorPASS.
N OTE : ColorWise Pro Tools function only over TCP/IP networks.
B EFORE
YOU BEGIN :
•
Print the Configuration page from the Control Panel and note the IP address of
the ColorPASS.
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CONFIGURE A CONNECTION FOR
1.
C OLOR W ISE P RO T OOLS :
Launch the utility by double-clicking its icon.
The Choose Printer Device dialog box appears.
2.
If you have previously configured a connection to the ColorPASS, then you are ready to
use ColorWise Pro Tools. If you have not configured a connection, click Add.
3.
Enter the appropriate information for the ColorPASS.
Nickname—Enter a name for the ColorPASS. This can be any name you wish; it does
not have to match the actual server name of the ColorPASS.
N OTE : The nickname cannot contain any of the following seven characters:
[ ] _ " ' <space> <tab>
Protocol—Choose the type of network protocol you are using from the pop-up menu.
ColorWise Pro Tools is supported only with TCP/IP, so no selection is necessary.
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Server Name—Enter the IP address (or DNS or hosts name) of the ColorPASS.
New Device—Enter the name of the device the ColorPASS is connected to: 5000. This
device name appears in the Printer Setup section of the Configuration page.
4.
When you have added all the information, click Add.
5.
With the device name (5000) selected in the Devices list, click OK.
The ColorPASS appears in the list of available servers. The first line of the entry
displays the nickname you gave the server, followed by the protocol. The second line
displays the device name.
6.
With the device name (5000) selected in the list of Available Servers, click Select to
begin using ColorWise Pro Tools.
Device name of the ColorPASS
(5000)
Modifying the configuration
You should edit the configuration whenever there is any change in your original
configuration, such as a change of IP address. First, change the specific ColorPASS
Setup information before configuring the connection.
TO
MODIFY THE CONFIGURATION :
1.
To edit information for a ColorPASS in the list of available servers, select the
ColorPASS by its nickname and click Modify. Edit information in the Modify Server
Settings dialog box as necessary, and click OK when finished.
2.
To add a new ColorPASS to the list of available servers, click Add. Configure the Add
New Server dialog box as outlined in steps 3 through step 5 in the previous procedure.
3.
To remove a ColorPASS from the list of available servers, select the ColorPASS by its
nickname and click Remove.
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Configuring a connection for Fiery Spooler
B EFORE
YOU BEGIN :
•
TO
Print the Configuration page from the Control Panel and note the IP address of
the ColorPASS.
CONFIGURE A CONNECTION FOR
1.
F IERY S POOLER :
Launch the utility by double-clicking its icon.
The Chooser dialog box appears.
2.
Click Option.
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3.
Click Add.
4.
Enter the appropriate information for the ColorPASS.
Name—Enter the IP address (or DNS name) of the ColorPASS.
New Device—Enter the name of the device that the ColorPASS is connected to: 5000.
This device name appears in the Printer Setup section of the Configuration page.
5.
When you have entered all the information, click Add.
6.
With the device name (5000) selected, click OK.
The ColorPASS appears in a list of configured servers.
7.
Click OK in the Configure dialog box.
The ColorPASS appears in a list of available servers.
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With the ColorPASS selected in the list of available servers, click OK to begin using
Fiery Spooler.
Modifying the configuration
You should edit the configuration whenever there is any change to your ColorPASS or
network, such as an IP address or device change. First change the specific ColorPASS
Setup information before configuring the connection.
TO
MODIFY THE CONFIGURATION :
1.
In the Chooser dialog box, click Option.
2.
To edit information for a ColorPASS, select the ColorPASS by its IP address or DNS
name and click Modify. Edit information in the Settings dialog box as necessary, and
click OK when finished.
3.
To add a new ColorPASS, click Add. Configure the Settings dialog box as outlined in
step 4 through step 6 in the previous procedure.
4.
To remove a ColorPASS, select the ColorPASS by its IP address or DNS name and click
Remove.
The list of available servers reflects the modifications you have made.
Configuring a connection for Fiery Link
You can use Fiery Link to monitor the status of ColorPASS servers and view
information about the print jobs sent to them.
When you click the Edit Fiery List button, all ColorPASS servers on the local subnet
appear in the Available Fierys list of the My Fiery List dialog box. You can specify
which ColorPASS servers to connect to and monitor from this dialog box. If the
ColorPASS is not in your local subnet, you can use Fiery Link options to manually
configure a connection, or you can perform an advanced search to locate and connect
to ColorPASS servers anywhere on the network. The procedures below describe
locating and connecting to a ColorPASS server using manual and advanced search
methods. For information on using Fiery Link, see the Printing Guide.
N OTE : Fiery Link is supported over TCP/IP only.
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CONFIGURE A CONNECTION TO
1.
C OLOR PASS
SERVERS IN THE LOCAL SUBNET :
Launch Fiery Link by double-clicking its icon.
The Edit My Fiery List dialog box opens, and all ColorPASS servers found appear in
the Available Fierys area of the dialog box.
ColorPASS name, device name
(5000), and IP address
N OTE : Only servers that support Fiery Link appear in the Available Fierys area.
2.
To add a server to the My Fiery List, select it and click the arrow button.
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The server appears in the My Fiery List.
Repeat step 2 for each server you would like to add to the My Fiery List.
TO
3.
Click Apply to accept the changes to My Fiery List.
4.
Click OK.
MANUALLY CONFIGURE THE CONNECTION FOR
1.
F IERY L INK :
Click the Manual tab. Enter the DNS name or IP address of the ColorPASS and click
the arrow button.
When the arrow button is clicked, Fiery Link checks for the specified ColorPASS.
If the server is found, it appears in the My Fiery List. If it is not found, an error
message appears.
To add the server to the My Fiery List without confirming its existence on the network,
hold down the Control key while clicking the arrow button.
2.
To give the server a nickname, select it in the My Fiery List and click Modify.
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3.
Select Use Nickname, and enter a nickname for the ColorPASS.
4.
Click OK.
5.
Click Apply to accept the changes to My Fiery List.
6.
Click OK.
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CONFIGURE THE CONNECTION FOR
ADVANCED IP SEARCH :
F IERY L INK
1.
Click the AutoSearch tab.
2.
Click the Advanced button.
USING AN
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To find all servers within a specified IP range, enter an IP Address in the From IP field,
and an IP address in the To IP field and click the arrow button.
Repeat step 3 for each range of IP addresses you would like to search.
To remove an IP range from the list, select the range in the IP Range/Subnet Addr.
window and click the Remove button.
You can also search for the ColorPASS using a range of subnet values. For more
information see “To configure the connection for Fiery Link using an advanced subnet
search” on page 82.
4.
Click Search.
When the search is complete, all servers found appear in the Available Fierys area of the
dialog box.
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If the ColorPASS was not found, and you would like to search again using the same
parameters, click Refresh.
N OTE : Only servers that support Fiery Link appear in the Available Fierys area.
5.
To add a server to the My Fiery List, select it and click the arrow button.
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The server appears in the My Fiery List.
Repeat step 5 for each server you would like to add to the My Fiery List.
TO
6.
Click Apply to accept the changes to My Fiery List.
7.
Click OK.
CONFIGURE THE CONNECTION FOR
F IERY L INK
USING AN
ADVANCED SUBNET SEARCH :
1.
Click the AutoSearch tab and click the Advanced button.
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2.
Click the Subnet Addr. tab.
3.
Enter the IP address and subnet to search, and click the arrow button.
The IP address and subnet to be searched appear in the IP Range/Subnet Addr. list.
Repeat this procedure for each IP address and subnet you would like to search.
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To remove a subnet value from the IP Range/Subnet Addr. list, select it and click the
Remove button.
4.
Click Search.
When the search is complete, all servers found appear in the Available Fierys area of the
dialog box.
If the ColorPASS was not found, and you would like to search again using the same
parameters, click Refresh.
N OTE : Only servers that support Fiery Link appear in the Available Fierys area.
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To add a ColorPASS server to the My Fiery List, select it and click the arrow button.
The server appears in the My Fiery List.
Repeat step 5 for each server you would like to add to the My Fiery List.
6.
Click Apply to accept the changes to My Fiery List.
7.
Click OK.
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Configuring a connection for Fiery Downloader
When you launch Fiery Downloader you must specify a ColorPASS to connect to.
B EFORE
YOU BEGIN :
•
TO
SPECIFY A
Print the Configuration page from the Control Panel and note the AppleTalk zone of
the ColorPASS.
C OLOR PASS
TO CONNECT TO :
1.
Double-click the Fiery Downloader icon.
2.
Select the AppleTalk zone in which the ColorPASS is located from the AppleTalk
Zones list.
The available servers appear in the Servers list.
3.
Select the ColorPASS to connect to from the Servers list.
4.
Click Connect.
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The Fiery Downloader dialog box appears.
For information on how to use Fiery Downloader, see the Printing Guide.
Fonts
The Fonts installer on the User Software CD includes screen and printer fonts that
correspond to the 136 built-in PostScript printer fonts on the ColorPASS. The Font
installer copies both kinds of fonts to the System folder:Fonts folder on your hard
disk. To be available to applications, the screen fonts must remain in the System:Fonts
folder. The printer fonts can be copied to a folder of your choice.
N OTE : In the System:Fonts folder, when displayed by Kind, screen fonts appear as type
“Font Suitcase” and PostScript printer fonts appear as type “PostScript™ font.”
TO
INSTALL SCREEN AND
P RINTER
FONTS :
1.
On the User Software CD, double click the Fonts icon to launch the Fonts installer.
2.
Click Install.
By default the fonts are installed to the System folder:Fonts folder on your hard disk.
If you have any applications open, you must quit and relaunch them before the newly
installed screen fonts are available.
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Copying color files from the User Software CD
You can copy additional color files from the User Software CD to your hard disk.
Many of the files are PostScript files that you can download and print using
Fiery Downloader.
The User Software CD contains the following color files:
ColorSync files
(inside the
ColorSync
Folder)
If you are using ColorSync 2.5 or later, install the profiles into
the ColorSync Profiles folder inside the System folder. If you are
using an earlier version of ColorSync, install the profiles to the
ColorSync Profiles folder inside the System:Preferences folder.
The printer profile can be moved to a folder of your choice.
Color Files
folder (inside
the English
folder)
CMYK Color Reference.ps, an 11-page, letter-size PostScript file
to use for reference when defining CMYK colors in applications.
PANTONE Book.ps, a 19-page, letter-size PostScript file that
indicates the closest equivalent of PANTONE coated colors that
the ColorPASS and your particular copier model can produce.
The method used to print the PANTONE Book.ps file differs
depending on the Spot Color Matching setting. For more
information, see the Printing Guide and the Color Guide.
RGB page 01, a file you can print from Microsoft Word 97 or
later to view available RGB colors.
RGB page 02, a file you can print from PowerPoint 6.0 or later
to view available RGB colors.
Calibration
folder
(inside Color
Files folder)
Four PostScript measurements files of color patches:
custom21.ps, custom34.ps, standard21.ps and standard34.ps.
The numbers in the filenames refer to the number of patches on
the page. The Custom files are provided to enable you to
download measurement patches that ignore the copier’s current
calibration set. The Standard files are provided to enable you to
download standard measurement patches that ignore the copier’s
current calibration set. For information on how to use these
files, see the Color Guide.
These files are provided for expert users and should not be used
for day-to-day calibration.
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Loading ICC profiles
The ICC profiles installed are for use with ColorWise Pro Tools and applications that
support ICC standards.
These instructions assume that you have already installed the ICC profiles included on
the User Software CD. For more information, see “Copying color files from the
User Software CD” on page 88.
N OTE : The internal name of an ICC profile may vary slightly from its filename.
The following procedure describes installing the ICC profiles with ColorSync 4.0.
For more information about ColorSync, see your application’s documentation.
TO
SET THE
C OLOR S YNC
SYSTEM PROFILE :
1.
Choose Control Panels>ColorSync from the Apple Menu.
2.
Select EFIRGB ICC v1f from the System Profile list.
When selected as the ColorSync system profile, EFIRGB ICC v1f sets the optimal
source color space for printing to the ColorPASS. The color space set by the
EFIRGB ICC v1f profile is the same as that set by the EFIRGB setting of the RGB
Source Profile print option.
N OTE : The RGB Source Profile print option setting overrides the ColorSync system
profile setting.
3.
Close the ColorSync window.
For more information about ICC profiles, see your application’s documentation.
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Loading the monitor settings file
The EFIRGB ICC monitor settings file can be used in Photoshop, or other
applications that support ICC profiles to define a source color space for printing to the
ColorPASS.
N OTE : For best results, the monitor settings file should be installed if you use
Fiery Scan.
TO
LOAD THE MONITOR SETTINGS FILE IN
P HOTOSHOP 5. X :
1.
Launch Photoshop.
2.
From the File menu, choose Color Settings, and from the Color Settings submenu,
choose RGB Setup.
3.
In the RGB Setup dialog box, click Load.
4.
Browse to the System folder: Preferences: ColorSync Profiles, select the EFIRGB ICC
file, and click Open.
N OTE : If you are using ColorSync 2.5 or later, the ColorSync profile is located in
System Folder:ColorSync Profiles.
The EFIRGB v1f file appears as the selection in the RGB pop-up menu of the RGB
Setup dialog box.
5.
Click OK.
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Loading the ICC copier profile
The ICC copier profile enables RGB-to-CMYK conversions that are specific to the
kind of copier you are using.
TO
LOAD THE
ICC
COPIER PROFILE IN
P HOTOSHOP 5. X :
1.
Launch Photoshop.
2.
From the File menu, choose Color Settings, and from the Color Settings submenu,
choose CMYK Setup.
3.
In the CMYK Setup dialog box, choose ICC as the CMYK color model.
4.
Select the profile that corresponds to the ColorPASS from the Profile pop-up menu.
5.
Click OK.
For more information about ICC profiles, see your application’s documentation.
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Setting up Fiery WebTools
Fiery WebTools allow you to manage your ColorPASS remotely from the Internet or
from your company’s intranet. The ColorPASS has its own home page, from which
you are able to select from a variety of functions including Status, WebSpooler,
WebLink, and Installer.
Downloading
Installers with
Fiery WebTools
N OTE : Fiery WebTools are not supported on Mac OS.
For more information on using Fiery WebTools, see the Printing Guide.
Setting up Fiery WebTools
In order for network users to access and use Fiery WebTools, you need to set certain
ColorPASS options in Network Setup and Printer Setup. You also need to prepare each
user’s workstation to communicate with the ColorPASS over the Internet or intranet.
For more information about Network Setup, see the Configuration Guide.
TO
SET UP
F IERY W EB T OOLS
ON THE
C OLOR PASS:
1.
Set Enable Ethernet to Yes in Network Setup>Port Setup>Ethernet Port Setup.
2.
Set Enable TCP/IP for Ethernet to Yes in Network Setup>TCP/IP Ethernet Setup.
3.
Set Enable Web Services to Yes in Network Setup >Network Service Setup>
Web Services Setup.
4.
Exit Network Setup, and choose OK to Save Changes.
5.
Exit Printer Setup, and choose OK to Save Changes.
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SET UP CLIENT WORKSTATIONS TO USE
F IERY W EB T OOLS :
1.
Enable TCP/IP networking.
2.
Make sure the workstation has a valid, unique IP address.
3.
Make sure the workstation is installed with one of the following Internet browsers:
Windows 95/98/Me, Windows 2000, and Windows NT 4.0—Either Netscape
Communicator v4.5 or later or Microsoft Internet Explorer v4.0.1 and SP1, or later.
Mac OS—Netscape Communicator v4.5 or later, or Internet Explorer v4.0.1 or later,
with Java enabled.
N OTE : Netscape and Microsoft continue to release frequent updates to their browsers.
As support cannot be guaranteed for all versions, use the versions specified above for
best results.
4.
Make sure Java is enabled in your Internet browser.
For more information on setting up the ColorPASS and your network, see the
Configuration Guide.
Using the Installer WebTool
The Installer WebTool allows you to easily download printer drivers or Fiery Link
directly from the ColorPASS to your workstation.
TO
DOWNLOAD THE PRINTER FILES OR
F IERY L INK
WITH THE I NSTALLER
W EB T OOL :
1.
Launch your Internet or intranet browser and enter the DNS name or IP address of
the ColorPASS.
2.
Select a login level, enter a password if necessary, and click OK.
No password is required to log in as Guest. You have full access to the
Installer WebTool when logged in as Guest.
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3.
Click the Installer button.
4.
Under the name of your operating system, click “Printer Files” or “Fiery Link.”
A dialog box appears, prompting you to save the file to the location you choose.
5.
Browse to the location where you want to save the Prntdrve.exe file or the
Fiery Link.exe file and click Save.
6.
Double-click the Prntdrve.exe file or the Fiery Link.exe file, browse to the location
where you want to install the folder, and click Next.
The folder is installed to the location you specified.
7.
Install the appropriate printer driver for your operating system.
For instructions on installing
the printer driver for:
See:
Windows 95/98/Me
“To install the PostScript printer driver for
Windows 95/98/Me” on page 2.
Windows NT 4.0
“To install the PostScript printer driver for
Windows NT 4.0” on page 16.
Windows 2000
“To install the PostScript printer driver for
Windows 2000” on page 21.
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Troubleshooting
On a Windows computer
This chapter provides troubleshooting tips.
On a Windows computer
Setting up printing on Windows NT or Windows 2000
Workstations
If you have problems installing the ColorPASS with Windows NT 4.0 and/or
Windows 2000, try installing another PostScript printer (such as the Apple
LaserWriter IIg), and then install the ColorPASS. Installing another printer insures
that all files are properly installed and available. For instructions, see your Windows
documentation.
For additional information about problems you may encounter using the PostScript
Printer Driver for Windows NT 4.0, see the Adobe README file (readmeNT.wri)
included in English\Prntdrvr\Ps_drvr\Win_NT4x on the User Software CD. For
Windows 2000, see your Windows 2000 documentation.
Reinstalling the Adobe PostScript Printer Driver on
Windows 95/98/Me
If you are reinstalling the Adobe PostScript Printer Driver, delete any previous versions
and related files before installing.
For additional information about problems you may encounter using the Adobe
Printer Driver for Windows 95/98/Me, see the Adobe README file (readme9x.wri)
included in English\Prntdrvr\Ps_drvr\Win_9x on the User Software CD.
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Problems with the Fiery utilities on Windows 95/98/Me,
Windows NT 4.0, or Windows 2000
1.
If you are using Windows 95/98/Me, make sure that IPX/SPX and TCP/IP networking
protocols are both enabled.
See “Completing the Windows 95/98/Me IPX/SPX or IPX (Novell) connection” on
page 8.
2.
If you are using Windows NT and/or Windows 2000, make sure the TCP/IP networking
protocol is enabled.
3.
Make sure that the connection is configured correctly for your site.
To check the current configuration, launch a Fiery utility and choose Open from the
File menu. Select the ColorPASS and click Modify to see current settings. If the
settings are incorrect, you can change them in this dialog box.
On a Mac OS computer
Setting up the ColorPASS in the Chooser
If auto-setup does not work and you are prompted to select the PPD, select the
appropriate ColorPASS file in your System folder:Extensions:Printer Descriptions
folder.
Installing screen fonts
If you experience problems installing the PostScript screen fonts from the User
Software CD to the System folder:Fonts folder, try the following:
1.
Quit all applications and close all windows.
2.
Create a new folder and name it “Uninstalled Fonts.”
This folder must be located outside of the System folder.
3.
Move fonts that you are not using from the System folder:Fonts folder to the
Uninstalled Fonts folder.
4.
Install the fonts from the User Software CD to a folder called CD fonts. Copy the fonts
to the System folder:Fonts folder.
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5.
Create an alias to the System folder:Fonts folder and to the Uninstalled Fonts folder.
6.
Place both aliases on your desktop.
7.
When necessary, use the aliases to open both folders and move fonts between them.
If you have any applications running, you must quit and relaunch them in order to
view and use the newly installed fonts.
Alternately, you can try combining fonts from multiple suitcases into a single suitcase.
Index
A
Adobe Acrobat 41
installation 41
Adobe Acrobat for DocBuilder Pro CD 41
Adobe PageMaker for Windows see
PageMaker for Windows
Adobe PostScript 3 fonts xiii
Adobe PostScript printer driver, see PostScript
printer driver
Advanced Controller Interface kit xiii
AppleTalk, connecting to Mac OS 66
B
Berkeley lpd protocol xviii
C
cable, color server xiii
Calibrat folder, for Windows users 59
Calibration folder, for Macintosh users 88
Chooser
selecting the server in 66
setting up color server in 98
Clrfiles folder 59
CMYK Color Reference.ps 88
Cmyk_ref.ps 59
Color Files folder 88
Color Files folder, for Macintosh users 88
color management files xiii, xv
color reference files xv, 88
for Macintosh users 88
for Windows users 59
color server, specifications xiii
ColorSync and ICM color management
files xv
ColorWise color management files xiii
ColorWise Pro Tools 38
configuring the connection to the Fiery
(Mac OS) 70
Configuring the connection to the Fiery
(Windows) 43
ColorWise Pro Tools, installer 38, 39
ColorWise Pro Tools, installing for
Windows 38
Command WorkStation
installing for Windows 40 to 41
system requirements xix
Windows requirements xix
Command WorkStation install screens 40
Configuration page 12, 35
connecting
Windows NT 4.0 with TCP/IP 28
connection on Mac OS, configuring 70 to
87
connection on Windows, configuring 53 to
55
Custom21.ps (Mac OS) 88
Custom21.ps (Windows) 59
Custom34.ps (Mac OS) 88
Custom34.ps (Windows) 59
D
device name 55, 58, 74
Windows 2000 with TCP/IP 29
Windows NT 4.0 with TCP/IP 29
DNS name xvii, 29, 45, 53, 74, 77
DocBuilder Pro xiii
Domain Name Server, see DNS
E
Efirgb.icc monitor settings file for
Mac OS 89
Efirgb.icm monitor settings file for
Windows 61
EPS files xiv
Ethernet, SNAP frame type xiii
Ethernet 100BaseTX cable xiii
EtherTalk xviii
102
Index
F
Fast Ethernet 100BaseTX cable xiii
Fast Ethernet 10BaseT cable xiii
Fiery Downloader 38
EPS files xiv
installing for Mac OS 69
installing for Windows 38
overview xiv
PDF files xiv
Fiery Link 38
configuring the connection on
Mac OS 75 to 85
configuring the connection on
Windows 43 to 53
installer for Mac OS 68
installing for Mac OS 68
installing for Windows 38
Fiery Scan
installing (Mac OS) 68
installing for Mac OS 69
installing for Windows 42
Fiery Spooler xiv, xviii
configuring the connection on
Mac OS 73 to 75
installing for Mac OS 69
modifying the configuration
(Mac OS) 75
overview xiv
Fiery TWAIN module
(Mac OS) 68
installing
TWAIN module (Mac OS) 69
Fiery utilities
configuring the connection on
Mac OS 70 to 87
configuring the connection on
Windows 53 to 55
installing for Mac OS 68
installing for Windows 38
Mac OS requirements xviii
problems on Windows 95/98/Me,
Windows NT, or Windows 2000 98
Windows requirements xvii
see also Fiery Downloader, Fiery Spooler
Fiery WebTools
Installer WebTool xv, 94 to 95
setting up 93 to 94
system requirements xvii
Windows requirements xvii
fonts
Adobe PostScript 3 xiii
installer for Mac OS 87
installing 87, 98
Multiple Master xiii
printer fonts 87
screen fonts 87
substituting in PDF files xiii
TrueType xiii, xiv
Fonts folder 98
Frame Type option 9
I
ICC device profile 91
ICC device profile, loading in Photoshop 4.0
(Mac OS) 91
ICC monitor settings profile, specifying in
Photoshop (Mac OS) 90
ICM and ColorSync color management
files xv
Icm folder (Windows) 59
ICM monitor settings profile, loading in
Photoshop 5.0 (Windows) 62
Installable Options
specifying, from Mac OS printer
driver 68
specifying, from Windows 2000 printer
driver 25
specifying, from Windows 95/98/Me
printer driver 5
specifying, from Windows NT printer
driver 25
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Index
installers
Mac OS 68
Windows 38
installing
Adobe PostScript printer,
Windows 2000 21 to 26
Adobe PostScript printer, Windows 95/
98/Me 2 to 6
Adobe PostScript printer,
Windows NT 4.0 16 to 21
Command WorkStation 40 to 41
Fiery Scan Plug-in (Mac OS) 68, 69
Mac OS software 69
PostScript printer driver for Mac OS 66
screen and printer fonts 87
software for Mac OS 68
software for Windows 38
TWAIN module (Mac OS) 68
internal name, for Windows NT 4.0 with
TCP/IP 29
Internet Explorer, recommended browser for
WebTools xvii, 94
IP address xvii, 53, 55, 56
IPP printing setup
on Windows 2000 36 to 37
on Windows 98 14 to 15
on Windows Me 14 to 15
IPX
printing for Windows 2000 32 to 34
printing for Windows NT 4.0 32 to 34
system requirements xviii
Windows 2000 32
Windows NT 4.0 32
IPX/SPX
Windows 2000 32
Windows NT 32
J
Java xvii, 40, 94
M
Mac OS
copying color files 88
fonts 87
installing Fiery utilities 65, 68
installing software 69
system requirements xviii
troubleshooting 98
Mac OS requirements
Fiery utilities xviii
Mac OS Runtime for Java, installing 70
Microsoft Internet Explorer
supported browser version for
WebTools xvii, 94
monitor settings file, Mac OS 90
N
Netscape Communicator, recommended
browser for WebTools xvii, 94
NetWare, network port with Windows 95/
98/Me 10
NetWare client setup
Windows 2000 32
Windows 95/98/Me 32
Windows NT 32
O
Oemsetup.inf file 3, 19, 22
P
PageMaker for Windows 60
PANTONE Book.ps 88
PANTONE.ps 59
PDF files xiii, xiv
Photoshop 5.0
loading the ICC device settings profile
(Mac OS) 91
loading the ICC monitor settings file
(Mac OS) 90
104
Index
loading the ICM device profile
(Windows) 63
loading the ICM monitor settings file
(Windows) 62
PostScript
printing with Windows 1, 16
screen fonts xiv
PostScript Level 3 xiii
PostScript printer
setting up color server as 65 to 87
PostScript Printer Description file, see PPD
PostScript printer driver
for Mac OS 66
for Windows xvi
installing using WebTools 94 to 95
version included with user software xviii
Windows 2000 21 to 26
Windows 95/98/Me
PostScript printer driver 2 to 6
Windows NT 4.0 16 to 21
PostScript printer driver for Mac OS
installing 66
PostScript printing
Windows 95/98/Me 1
PowerPoint, RGB color reference file 88
PPD
copying files for Windows
applications 60
overview xiv
selecting the PPD in the Chooser 98
Windows 2000 23
Windows 95/98/Me 4
Windows NT 4.0 19
Printer Driver, installable options
Windows 95/98/Me 5
printer drivers, seePostScript printer drivers
printing
Windows 2000 28
Windows NT 4.0 28
see also PostScript printing
Prntdrve.exe file 95
R
RAM see memory xviii
remote server management 93
Rgb_01.doc 59
Rgb_02.ppt 59
RGB page 01 88
RGB page 02 88
S
screen fonts 87, 98
SMB printing setup
on Windows 2000 34 to 36
on Windows 95/98/Me 11 to 13
on Windows NT 4.0 34 to 36
Solaris, supported version xviii
specifications, color server xiii
Spooler, see Fiery Spooler
Stand21.ps (Mac OS) 88
Stand21.ps (Windows) 59
Stand34.ps (Mac OS) 88
Stand34.ps (Windows) 59
SunOS, support version xviii
system requirements
Command WorkStation xix
IPX xviii
Mac OS xviii
UNIX xviii
Windows xvi
T
TCP/IP
printing software conforming to
RFC1179 xviii
thinnet cable xiii
Token Ring, option xiii
Token Ring networking, option xiii
troubleshooting
Mac OS computers 98
Windows computers 97
105
Index
U
Uninstalled Fonts folder 98
UNIX workstations, requirements for
printing to color server xviii
unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cable xiii
User Software CD
contents (Mac OS) 65
contents (Windows) 38
installing from, for Mac OS 66, 88
troubleshooting fonts 98
W
WebTools, see Fiery WebTools
Windows
copying color files 59
installing Fiery utilities 38
system requirements xvi
troubleshooting 97
Windows 2000
IPX 32 to 34
IPX/SPX 32
PostScript printer driver 21 to 26
printing requirements 28
setting up PostScript printing 16
troubleshooting 98
Windows 95/98/Me
setting up PostScript printing 1
SMB printing 11 to 13
troubleshooting 97
Windows NT 4.0
IPX 32 to 34
IPX/SPX 32
PostScript printer driver 16 to 21
printing requirements 28
setting up PostScript printing 16
troubleshooting 97
Windows requirements
Command WorkStation xix
Fiery utilities xvii
Fiery WebTools xvii
WINS Name Server 12, 35
Word, RGB color reference file 88
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