Printing Guide - Toshiba Tec Netherlands

MULTIFUNCTIONAL DIGITAL SYSTEMS
Printing Guide
GA-1190
Preface
Thank you for purchasing the TOSHIBA multifunctional digital system e-STUDIO165/205 or
e-STUDIO167/207/237.
This Printing Guide is a manual for the e-STUDIO165/205 or e-STUDIO167/207/237 when the
following option is installed:
y Network Printer Kit
This Printing Guide describes the operation necessary for printing data from a computer, such
as the installation of the client software and the use of the printer driver.
For the setup information of each client computer and a network server to use this equipment as
a network printer, see the Network Administration Guide for Printing Functions. For the general descriptions of your computer, application software and networks, see a manual attached
on each product.
Be sure to read this manual before you use the printing functions. Keep this manual handy and
retain it for future reference.
Preface
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Software License Agreement
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Software License Agreement
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Before Reading This Manual
Lineup of our manuals
These manuals are provided for the operation of the e-STUDIO165/205 or e-STUDIO167/207/
237. Select and read the manual best suited to your needs. This manual is the Printing Guide.
Basic functions
Operator’s Manual for Copying Functions (Booklet)
This manual describes the basic operations, mainly copying functions, of
this equipment. It also describes safety precautions to ensure correct and
safe use of this equipment. Be sure to read this before you use the equipment.
Facsimile functions
The Fax Kit GD-1221 (optional) is necessary for using the Fax functions.
Operator’s Manual for Facsimile Function (Booklet)
This manual describes how to use the Fax functions. Various functions
both basic and advanced regarding Fax transmission/reception are available.
Printing functions
The Network Printer Kit GA-1190 (optional) is necessary for using the printing functions.
Quick Start Guide for Printing Functions (Booklet)
This manual gives basic information regarding the printing functions,
such as the GA-1190 accessories, necessary environmental conditions
and outline of network connections as well as troubleshooting. Be sure to
read this before using the printing functions.
Network Administration Guide for Printing Functions (PDF file)
This manual describes the operation necessary for configuring a network and using the printing functions, such as connecting to a network and setting components.
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Before Reading This Manual
Setup Guide for Printing Functions (PDF file)
This manual consists of the following two parts.
Control panel:
This part describes how to configure the printer-related settings using the
control panel of the equipment.
TopAccess:
This part describes how to use the co-packed utility “TopAccess”. The settings and management of the equipment can be done using a Web browser.
Printing Guide (PDF file, This manual)
This manual describes the operation necessary for printing data from a computer, such as the
installation of the client software and the use of the printer driver.
Network Fax Guide (PDF file)
This manual describes the operation necessary for sending a Fax from a computer via a network, such as the installation of the client software, use of the N/W-Fax driver and the copacked application software “AddressBook Viewer”.
Scanning functions
The Scanner Upgrade Kit GA-1200 (optional) is necessary for using the scanning functions.
Quick Start Guide for Scanning Functions (PDF file)
This manual gives the basic information regarding the scanning functions, such as the GA1200 accessories, necessary environmental conditions and outline of network connections as
well as troubleshooting. Be sure to read this before using the scanning functions.
Network Administration Guide for Scanning Functions (PDF file)
This manual describes the operation necessary for configuring a network and using the scanning functions, such as connecting to a network and setting components.
Setup Guide for Scanning Functions (PDF file)
This manual consists of the following two parts.
Control panel:
This part describes how to configure the scanner-related settings using the
control panel of the equipment.
TopAccess:
This part describes how to use the co-packed utility “TopAccess”. The settings and management of the equipment can be done using a Web browser.
Scanning Guide (PDF file)
This manual describes the operation necessary for using the scanning functions, such as the
installation and the use of the TWAIN driver.
To read manuals in the PDF file format
The operator's manual in the PDF (Portable Document Format) can be displayed/printed using
Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat Reader. If neither is installed in your computer, download one
of them. This can be done via the website of Adobe Systems Incorporated.
Before Reading This Manual
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How to read this manual
Symbols in this manual
In this manual, some important items are descried with the symbols shown below. Be sure to
read these items before using this equipment.
Indicates information to which you should pay attention when operating the
equipment.
Describes handy information that is useful to know when operating the equipment.
Pages describing items related to what you are currently doing. See these
pages as required.
Trademarks
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The official name of Windows 98 is Microsoft Windows 98 Operating System.
The official name of Windows Me is Microsoft Windows Me Operating System.
The official name of Windows 2000 is Microsoft Windows 2000 Operating System.
The official name of Windows XP is Microsoft Windows XP Operating System.
The official name of Windows Server 2003 is Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Operating
System.
The official name of Windows Vista is Microsoft Windows Vista Operating System.
Microsoft, Windows, Windows NT, and the brand names and product names of other
Microsoft products are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the US and other countries.
Apple, AppleTalk, Macintosh, Mac, Mac OS, Safari, TrueType, and LaserWriter are trademarks of Apple Inc. in the US and other countries.
PostScript is a trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated.
Mozilla, Firefox and Firefox logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Mozilla Foundation in the U.S. and other countries.
Netscape is a trademark of Netscape Communications Corporation.
IBM, AT and AIX are trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation.
NOVELL, NetWare, and NDS are trademarks of Novell, Inc.
TopAccess is a trademark of Toshiba Tec Corporation.
Other company names and product names in this manual are the trademarks of their respective companies.
©2007, 2008 TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION All rights reserved
This manual is protected by copyright laws. No part of this manual shall be duplicated or reproduced without the permission of TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION. TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION shall not be liable in terms of granting patents for any use of information contained in this
manual by third parties.
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Before Reading This Manual
CONTENTS
Preface...........................................................................................................1
Software License Agreement ......................................................................2
Before Reading This Manual .......................................................................4
Chapter 1
OVERVIEW
Features and Functions .............................................................................10
About the Client CD-ROM .......................................................................... 11
For Windows............................................................................................11
For Macintosh..........................................................................................12
For UNIX..................................................................................................12
Acceptable Media Types............................................................................13
Types of paper ........................................................................................13
To print on envelopes ..............................................................................14
Chapter 2
INSTALLING CLIENT SOFTWARE
Installing Client Software for Windows ....................................................18
About client software for windows ...........................................................18
Planning for installation ...........................................................................18
Installation procedure list for Windows client software ............................24
Installing client software for USB printing ................................................25
Installing client software for Raw TCP/LPR printing ................................34
Installing client software for IPP printing..................................................61
Installing client software for Novell printing ............................................. 79
Installing client software for Novell iPrint ...............................................110
Uninstalling client utilities software ........................................................111
Installing Client Software for Macintosh ................................................117
About client software for Macintosh.......................................................117
Planning for installation .........................................................................117
Installation procedure list for Macintosh client software ........................118
Installing the printer on Mac OS 8.6/9.x ................................................119
Installing the printer on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.4.x..............125
Installing Client Software for UNIX .........................................................144
Installation procedure list for UNIX client software ................................144
Setting up the CUPS .............................................................................144
Chapter 3
PRINTING
Printing from Windows ............................................................................160
Before using the printer driver ...............................................................160
Printing from application ........................................................................167
Setting up print options..........................................................................169
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Printing with extended print functionality ...............................................193
Printing from Macintosh ..........................................................................205
Printing from application on Mac OS 8.6 to 9.x .....................................205
Printing from application on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.4.x ......219
Printing from UNIX ...................................................................................239
Printing from an application ...................................................................239
Chapter 4
TROUBLESHOOTING
When Printing Cannot Be Performed .....................................................242
Printer Driver Errors.................................................................................243
Printer driver installation error messages ..............................................243
Printer driver general errors...................................................................244
Chapter 5
APPENDIX
Managing Fonts with Font Manager .......................................................248
Installing Font Manager .........................................................................248
Searching fonts .....................................................................................248
Installing fonts in Windows ....................................................................249
Uninstalling fonts in Windows................................................................249
Removing fonts from the computer .......................................................249
Displaying font preview..........................................................................250
Creating a font group.............................................................................250
Sorting fonts in the list ...........................................................................250
Internal Fonts List ....................................................................................252
Internal PCL fonts list ............................................................................252
Internal PS fonts list...............................................................................253
INDEX .......................................................................................................................................255
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CONTENTS
OVERVIEW
1.
This section describes the overview of the printing functions.
Features and Functions .........................................................................................10
About the Client CD-ROM ......................................................................................11
For Windows ..................................................................................................................................... 11
For Macintosh ...................................................................................................................................12
For UNIX ...........................................................................................................................................12
Acceptable Media Types.........................................................................................13
Types of paper ..................................................................................................................................13
To print on envelopes ........................................................................................................................14
1 OVERVIEW
Features and Functions
Extensive client platform support
This equipment supports printing from IBM-compatible PC, Macintosh, and UNIX workstations.
Not all features are supported on all platforms, however.
Various port options
You can map this equipment to print to an IPP, Raw TCP, or LPR port.
Multiple job types
Job Types refer to the way this equipment handles a print job.
y Normal mode requires no special handling and is the most frequently used printing mode.
y Overlay Image File prints a document element, such as text or graphics, to a file for superimposing on other documents.
Sophisticated document layout and assembly options
You can choose whether to print your document as you have set it up in the application, or to
impose printer-driven document layout options such as printing in Book Format or printing Multiple Pages per Sheet.
Additionally, the printer drivers provide the ability to print the front cover and back cover on different media.
Watermark and image overlay support
Watermarks are a great way to subtly convey useful information about your printed documents.
Common watermarks are “Confidential,” “Draft,” and “Original.” Several watermarks have been
pre-defined for use with your documents, or you can create and save your own custom watermarks.
Watermarks consist of text. Image Overlays can be any combination of text, graphics or other
document elements.
Printing watermarks consumes fewer resources than using Image Overlays, so you should use
watermarks wherever possible, particularly when printing speed is an issue.
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Features and Functions
About the Client CD-ROM
For Windows
The contents of the Client Utilities CD-ROM for printing:
Client software installer
y [Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\Client\setup.exe
This is the setup program to install the printer drivers on your computer.
PCL6 printer drivers
y [Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\9X_ME\PCL6\<language>\
This includes the setup files to install the PCL6 printer driver on the Windows 98/Me for each
language version by Add Printer Wizard or Plug and Play.
y [Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\NT\PCL6\<language>\
This includes the setup files to install the PCL6 printer driver on the Windows NT 4.0 for each
language version by Add Printer Wizard.
y [Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\W2K_XP_VISTA\PCL6\<language>\
This includes the setup files to install the PCL6 printer driver on the Windows 2000/XP/
Server 2003/Vista for each language version by Add Printer Wizard or Plug and Play.
y [Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\XP_VISTA_X64\PCL6\<language>\
This includes the setup files to install the PCL6 printer driver on the Windows XP/Server
2003/Vista 64-bit edition for each language version by Add Printer Wizard or Plug and Play.
PS3 printer drivers (PostScript)
y [Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\9X_ME\PS\<language>\
This includes the setup files to install the PS3 printer driver on the Windows 98/Me for each
language version by Add Printer Wizard or Plug and Play.
y [Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\NT\PS\<language>\
This includes the setup files to install the PS3 printer driver on the Windows NT 4.0 for each
language version by Add Printer Wizard.
y [Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\W2K_XP_VISTA\PS\<language>\
This includes the setup files to install the PS3 printer driver on the Windows 2000/XP/Server
2003/Vista for each language version by Add Printer Wizard or Plug and Play.
y [Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\XP_VISTA_X64\PS\<language>\
This includes the setup files to install the PS3 printer driver on the Windows XP/Server 2003/
Vista 64-bit edition for each language version by Add Printer Wizard or Plug and Play.
Further information about printer driver for Windows is described in next chapter.
P.18 “About client software for windows”
About the Client CD-ROM
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1 OVERVIEW
For Macintosh
The contents of the Client Utilities CD-ROM for printing:
Macintosh PPD files
y [Client Utilities CD-ROM]:MacPPD:OS9:<language>
This includes the PPD file for Apple LaserWriter8 to enable printing from Macintosh on the
Mac OS 8.6, Mac OS 9.x, and Mac OS X 10.1/10.2 Classic Mode
y [Client Utilities CD-ROM]:MacPPD:OSX
This includes the PPD file for Apple LaserWriter8 to enable printing from Macintosh on the
Mac OS 8.6, Mac OS 9.x, and Mac OS X 10.1/10.2 Classic Mode, the PPD file to enable
printing from Macintosh on the Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.4.x.
Further information about PPD (PostScript Printer Description) for Macintosh is described in
next chapter.
P.117 “About client software for Macintosh”
For UNIX
The contents of the Client Utilities CD-ROM for printing:
CUPS PPD files
y [Client Utilities CD-ROM]/Admin/CUPS/ENG/
This includes the CUPS PPD files for UNIX.
Further information about CUPS for UNIX is described in next chapter.
P.144 “About CUPS”
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About the Client CD-ROM
Acceptable Media Types
This section explains about the media types acceptable for printing documents with this equipment. The media types, which are acceptable for printing data from client computers to this
equipment, are the same as the ones acceptable for copying with this equipment, except for
envelopes. Envelopes can be used only for printing data from client computers.
Types of paper
The media types and paper sizes shown in the table below are acceptable for the drawers of this
equipment, the Paper Feed Unit (optional) and the Paper Feed Pedestal (optional).
Acceptable types of paper for copying and printing data sent
from client computers
Feeder
Media type
Drawers of the
equipment
and Paper
Feed Unit
(optional)
Drawers of the
Paper Feed
Pedestal
(optional)
Plain paper
Bypass tray
Plain paper
(64 - 80 g/m2)/(17-20 lb.
Bond)
Plain paper
(64 - 80 g/m2)/(17-20 lb.
Bond)
(64 - 80 g/m2)/(17-20 lb.
Bond)*2
THICK PAPER 1
(81 - 105 g/m2)/(21-28
lb. Bond)*3
THICK PAPER 2
A/B format:
A3, A4, A4-R, B4, B5, B5-R,
FOLIO
LT format:
LD, LG, LT, LT-R, COMP, 13"LG
A/B format:
A3, A4, A4-R, A5-R, B4, B5, B5-R,
FOLIO
LT format:
LD, LG, LT, LT-R, ST-R, COMP,
13"LG
A/B format:
A3, A4, A4-R, A5-R, B4, B5, B5-R,
FOLIO
LT format:
LD, LG, LT, LT-R, ST-R, COMP,
13"LG
(106 - 163 g/m2)/(29 lb.
Bond – 90 lb. Index)
Tracing paper
Maximum sheet
capacity *1
Paper size
250 sheets
(64 g/m2)/(17 lb. Bond)
250 sheets
(80 g/m2)/(20 lb. Bond)
550 sheets
(64 g/m2)/(17 lb. Bond)
550 sheets
(80 g/m2)/(20 lb. Bond)
100 sheets
(64 g/m2)/(17 lb. Bond)
100 sheets
(80 g/m2)/(20 lb. Bond)
1 sheet
(81 - 105 g/m2)/(21-28
lb. Bond)
1 sheet
(106 - 163 g/m2)/(29 lb.
Bond – 90 lb. Index)
*3
1 sheet
(75 g/m2)/(20 lb.)*3
1 sheet
Sticker labels*3
Transparencies*3, *4
A4 only/LT only
1 sheet
*1 “Maximum sheet capacity” refers to the maximum number of sheets acceptable when TOSHIBA-recommended paper is used. For TOSHIBA-recommended paper, see the Operator’s Manual for Copying
Functions.
*2 The paper of 50 to 63 g/m2 (13 to 16 lb.) Bond can be used if it is set on the bypass tray one by one.
*3 Automatic duplex printing is not available.
*4 Be sure to use the overhead transparencies that TOSHIBA recommends. When transparencies other
than the TOSHIBA-recommended ones are used, this could cause an equipment malfunction.
y You cannot mix various paper sizes in one drawer.
y "LT format" is a standard size used in North America.
Acceptable Media Types
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1 OVERVIEW
Abbreviations for LT format sizes:
LT: Letter, LD: Ledger, LG: Legal, ST: Statement, COMP: Computer, SQ: Square
Acceptable types of envelopes (printed from client computers)
Paper source
Size
Bypass tray
Recommended envelopes
COM10 (4 1/8” x 9 1/2”)
Westvaco Columbian CO138
Monarch (3 7/8” x 7 1/2”)
Mailwell No. 553
DL (110 mm x 220 mm)
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CHO-3 (120 mm x 235 mm)
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YOU-4 (105 mm x 235 mm)
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To print on envelopes
Envelopes not acceptable
Do not use the following envelopes or misfeeding or damage to the equipment could result:
*
See illustrations below with the number corresponding to the following item number:
1. Badly curled, wrinkled or folded envelopes
2. Extremely thick or thin envelopes
3. Wet or damp envelopes
4. Torn envelopes
5. Envelopes which include the contents
6. Non-standard size envelopes (ones with a special shape)
7. Envelopes with eyelets or windows
8. Sealed envelopes with paste or tape
9. Partly-opened or perforated envelopes
10. Envelopes with special coating on the surface
11. Envelopes with glue or double-sided adhesive tape
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Printing procedure
Printing on envelopes is available only when Windows computers are used.
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Place a single envelope on a flat clean surface, and then press it
with your hands in the direction of the arrows to let the air out of it.
y If the edges of the envelope are bent, straighten them.
y Press the flaps of the envelope well to prevent them from becoming rolled up.
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1 OVERVIEW
2
Place the envelope face down and horizontally on the bypass tray.
Then align the side guides to the size of the envelope.
Place the envelope with the flap in front.
Do not print on the back side of the envelope. This could create an envelope jam or staining, or even contaminate the inside of this equipment.
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The client computer selects the type of the envelope placed on the
bypass tray, and then printing starts.
Printing on envelopes is available only when Windows computers are used. For the
printing procedure from Windows computers, see the following page:
P.160 “Printing from Windows”
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Acceptable Media Types
INSTALLING CLIENT SOFTWARE
2.
This section describes the instructions on how to install the client software on Windows, Macintosh, or UNIX.
Installing Client Software for Windows.................................................................18
About client software for windows.....................................................................................................18
Planning for installation .....................................................................................................................18
Installation procedure list for Windows client software......................................................................24
Installing client software for USB printing..........................................................................................25
Installing client software for Raw TCP/LPR printing..........................................................................34
Installing client software for IPP printing ...........................................................................................61
Installing client software for Novell printing .......................................................................................79
Installing client software for Novell iPrint......................................................................................... 110
Uninstalling client utilities software.................................................................................................. 111
Installing Client Software for Macintosh.............................................................117
About client software for Macintosh ................................................................................................ 117
Planning for installation ................................................................................................................... 117
Installation procedure list for Macintosh client software .................................................................. 118
Installing the printer on Mac OS 8.6/9.x .......................................................................................... 119
Installing the printer on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.4.x .......................................................125
Installing Client Software for UNIX......................................................................144
Installation procedure list for UNIX client software..........................................................................144
Setting up the CUPS .......................................................................................................................144
2 INSTALLING CLIENT SOFTWARE
Installing Client Software for Windows
This section provides instructions for configuring the printing systems on Windows computers.
About client software for windows
Printer drivers
Printer drivers are software components that enable application programs to interact with the
printer. The e-STUDIO165/205 or e-STUDIO167/207/237 comes with two printer drivers, PCL6
and PS3 (PostScript) printer drivers. These printer drivers offer document print, layout and
assembly functions that are not available with many applications.
Font manager
This utility allows you to install and manage the TrueType fonts that are corresponding to the
internal PS fonts on the equipment.
y Font Manager is provided in the Client Utilities CD-ROM.
y The Font Manager cannot be installed on Windows Vista or 64-bit OSs. If you are using Windows XP or Windows Server 2003, check before installation whether the edition of your OS
is 32-bit or 64-bit.
Planning for installation
This section will help you to plan an installation suited to your environment. Before installing the
client software, read this section.
Before installing client software
Before installing the client software, confirm the followings to perform an appropriate installation.
— When same printer drivers have been installed
If the printer driver of the e-STUDIO165/205 or the e-STUDIO167/207/237 is already installed,
be sure to uninstall it regardless of its software version before starting the installation with the
attached Client Utilities CD-ROM.
P.111 “Uninstalling client utilities software”
Type of printer drivers
y PCL6 printer driver — This printer driver is suitable for printing from a general application,
such as word processing or calculation.
y PS3 printer driver — This printer driver is suitable for printing from a general application,
such as word processing or calculation, and a DTP application supporting PostScript.
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Installing Client Software for Windows
System requirements
To install the printer drivers and other client software on a Windows computer, the following is
required.
y Display resolution
1024 x 768 dots or more
y Display color
High Color (16bit) or higher is recommended
y CPU
Pentium 133 MHz minimum (Pentium 266 MHz or faster recommended)
y Memory
64MB for Windows 98
96MB for Windows Me and Windows NT 4.0
128MB for Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003
512MB for Windows Vista
The applicable computers depend on the printing systems:
y Raw TCP/LPR printing
Windows NT 4.0 Service Pack 6a (LPR printing only)
Windows 2000 Service Pack 4
Windows XP Service Pack 1 / Service Pack 2
Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1 or later
Windows Vista Service Pack 1
y IPP printing
Windows Me
Windows 2000 Service Pack 4
Windows XP Service Pack 1 / Service Pack 2
Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1 or later
Windows Vista Service Pack 1
Printing can be performed via a Windows/NetWare print server on Windows 98. Only when
the IPP client “wpnpins.exe” provided by Microsoft Corporation has already been installed,
you can use the IPP printing system after installing a driver by following the same procedure
as that of Windows Me.
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About installation procedure
Please find the installation procedure suited to your environment from the following:
P.20 “USB connection”
P.20 “Local area network over TCP/IP”
P.21 “IPP printing”
P.22 “Novell printing”
— USB connection
Available for: Windows Me, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista
Connecting with USB
Setting up the USB Printer
Connection
Windows Me
Windows 2000
Windows XP
Windows Server 2003
Windows Vista
This equipment supports the USB 2.0 Full Speed connection. When this equipment is connected to your computer with the USB cable, you must install the printer drivers using the Windows Plug and Play functions.
P.25 “Installing client software for USB printing”
USB printing is not supported by Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 98.
— Local area network over TCP/IP
When this equipment is connected to your computer in the local area network over TCP/IP, various printing methods are available such as:
y Raw TCP/LPR Printing (for Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista)
y LPR Printing (for Windows NT 4.0)
Some of them are applicable to your environments, the printing methods generally recommended are decided by the Windows version.
y Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista — Raw TCP/LPR Printing
y Windows NT 4.0 — LPR Printing
If you have no advance for an installation from your administrator, check these printing methods
whether they are suited to your network environments.
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Raw TCP/LPR printing
Available for: Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows
Vista
Connecting over TCP/IP Network
Windows NT 4.0
Windows 2000
Windows XP
Windows Server 2003
Windows Vista
Setting up the Raw TCP
or LPR printer connection
This equipment can be used with LPR printing connection for Windows NT 4.0 and with Raw
TCP or LPR printing connection for Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003 and
Windows Vista. Raw TCP printing connection is recommended for Windows 2000, Windows XP,
Windows Server 2003 and Windows Vista.
P.34 “Installing client software for Raw TCP/LPR printing”
y To print with a Raw TCP connection, this equipment must be configured to enable Raw TCP
Print Service. Ask your administrator if the Raw TCP Print Service is enabled.
y To print with a LPR connection, this equipment must be configured to enable LPD Print Service. Ask your administrator if the LPD Print Service is enabled.
— IPP printing
Available for: Windows Me, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows
Vista
Connecting over Internet
Setting up the IPP
printer connection
Windows Me
Windows 2000
Windows XP
Windows Server 2003
Windows Vista
If you print to this equipment over the Internet, you can use IPP printing under Windows Me,
Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, and Windows Vista. This allows you to
print to this equipment from anywhere on the Internet.
P.61 “Installing client software for IPP printing”
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y To print with an IPP connection, this equipment must be configured to enable the IPP Print
Service and must be connected to the Internet. Ask your administrator if the IPP Print Service is enabled.
y Only when the IPP client “wpnpins.exe” provided by Microsoft Corporation has already been
installed, you can use the IPP printing system in Windows 98 after installing a driver by following the same procedure as that of Windows Me.
— Novell printing
Available for: Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003
Connecting with a NetWare Environment over TCP/IP or IPX/SPX Network
NetWare 5.1
NetWare 6.0
NetWare 6.5
Setting up the Novell
printer connection
Setting up the SMB
printer connection
to Novell print queue
Windows 98
Windows Me
Windows NT 4.0
Windows 2000
Windows XP
Windows Server 2003
When this equipment is configured to manage printing with NetWare 5.1/6.0/6.5 over TCP/IP or
IPX/SPX, you can print through the NetWare print server from Windows 98/Me, Windows NT
4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003. In this case, install the printer
driver and set up the SMB printer connection to a print queue created in the NetWare server.
P.79 “Installing client software for Novell printing”
To print with a Novell connection, the NetWare server must be configured for printing and this
equipment must be configured to enable NetWare Print Service. Ask your administrator if the
NetWare Print Service is enabled.
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— Novell iPrint
Available for: Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003
Connecting with a Novell iPrint Environment over TCP/IP Network
NetWare 6.0
NetWare 6.5
Setting up the Novell
iPrint connection
Setting up the iPrint
printer connection
using iPrint Client
Windows 98
Windows Me
Windows NT 4.0
Windows 2000
Windows XP
Windows Server 2003
When this equipment is configured to manage iPrint with NetWare 6.x over TCP/IP, you can print
through the NetWare print server from Windows 98/Me, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003. In this case, install the printer driver using iPrint Client
from the NetWare server.
P.110 “Installing client software for Novell iPrint”
To print with a Novell iPrint, the NetWare server must be configured for iPrint and this equipment
must be configured to enable NetWare Print Service. Ask your administrator if the NetWare Print
Service is enabled.
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Installation procedure list for Windows client software
The following table shows the procedure list to install printer drivers.
Printing
USB printing
OS
Windows Me
P.25 “Windows Me”
Means to install
Plug and Play
Windows 2000
P.29 “Windows 2000”
Windows XP/Server 2003/Vista
P.32 “Windows XP/Server 2003/Vista”
Raw TCP/LPR
printing
IPP printing
Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista
P.35 “Installation for Raw TCP/LPR printing using the
installer”
Installer*1
Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista
P.48 “Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista”
Add Printer Wizard
Windows NT 4.0
P.35 “Installation for Raw TCP/LPR printing using the
installer”
Installer
Windows NT 4.0
P.56 “Windows NT 4.0”
Add Printer Wizard
Windows Me
P.61 “Windows Me”
Add Printer Wizard
Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista
P.66 “Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003”
Novell printing
Windows 98/Me, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000/XP
P.80 “Installation for Novell printing using the installer”
Installer
Windows 98/Me
P.85 “Windows 98/Me”
Point and Print
Windows NT 4.0/2000/XP/Server 2003
P.89 “Windows NT 4.0/2000/XP/Server 2003”
Windows 98/Me
P.92 “Windows 98/Me”
Add Printer Wizard
Windows NT 4.0
P.99 “Windows NT 4.0”
Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003
P.104 “Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003”
Novell iPrint
Windows 98/Me/NT 4.0/2000/XP/Server 2003
P.110 “Installing client software for Novell iPrint”
Uninstalling
When installed using the installer
P.111 “When installed using the installer”
NetWare server
When installed using Add Printer Wizard
P.115 “When installed using Add Printer Wizard”
*1 By selecting the discovered equipment, the printer port is automatically set.
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Installing client software for USB printing
This section describes how to set up the printer drivers when this equipment is connected with
USB cable.
To set up the printer drivers for USB printing, you must install the printer drivers by Plug and Play
functions instead of installing the client software using the installer in the Client Utilities CDROM.
When this equipment is connected to a USB port of Windows Me, Windows 2000, Windows XP,
Windows Server 2003, or Windows Vista computers, the Plug and Play Wizard automatically
starts.
The Font Manager is available to install and manage the TrueType fonts on your computer. To
install the Font Manager, you must install it from the Client Utilities CD-ROM.
P.248 “Installing Font Manager”
y USB printing is not supported by Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 98.
y TopAccess is not available when this equipment is connected using only the USB cable.
Installation for USB printing by Plug and Play
The procedure to install the printer driver for USB printing by Plug and Play differs depending on
the version of Windows used.
P.25 “Windows Me”
P.29 “Windows 2000”
P.32 “Windows XP/Server 2003/Vista”
— Windows Me
Installing the printer driver for USB printing by Plug and Play
1
2
Power on this equipment and your computer.
3
Connect the USB cable to this equipment and your computer.
Insert the Client Utilities CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.
When inserting the Client Utilities CD-ROM, the installer may automatically start. Click
[Cancel] to exit the installer and continue the operation.
The Add New Hardware Wizard dialog box appears.
On Windows Me, usually the USB port driver must be automatically installed when you
connect the USB cable to your computer. However, the USB port driver sometimes cannot be installed automatically. In that case, click [Back] in the displayed dialog box and
then click [Next] to install the USB port driver again.
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4
Select “Automatic search for a better driver (Recommended)” and
click [Next].
The dialog box showing installation of the new hardware device appears.
5
Click [Finished].
The dialog box showing detection of this equipment appears.
If a network printer driver for this equipment has already been installed in your computer,
steps 6 and 7 are skipped. In this case, the same type of USB printer driver as that of network printer driver will be installed.
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6
Select “Automatic search for a better driver (Recommended)” and
click [Next].
The Select Other Driver dialog box appears.
7
Select the desired printer driver and click [OK].
8
Change the name if desired and click [Next].
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9
Select "Yes (recommended)" to print a test page and click [Finish].
Start copying files.
The printer test printing message will be is displayed.
10
Click [Finish].
11
The installation is completed.
Before using the printer driver for printing, please configure the installed options of the
equipment and department code (if required) on the printer driver.
P.160 “Before using the printer driver”
When a printer driver (e.g. PCL6) is installed by means of the above procedure, the
“USB001 Virtual print port” is created. If you want to install a second driver (e.g. PS3),
use “Add Printer Wizard” and add the printer driver in the Client Utility CD-ROM to this
port. (To start the wizard: Click [Start] and select [Printers] in [Settings], and then doubleclick the [Add Printers] icon.)
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— Windows 2000
Installing the printer driver for USB printing by Plug and Play
Before proceeding to this section, you must logon Windows with a user account that allows you
to install or uninstall client software (e.g. administrator privilege).
1
2
3
Power on this equipment and your computer.
4
Select "Search for a suitable driver for my device (recommended)"
and click [Next].
5
Insert the Client Utilities CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.
Connect the USB cable to this equipment and your computer.
The Found New Hardware Wizard dialog box appears.
Click [Next].
When inserting the Client Utilities CD-ROM, the installer may automatically start. Click
[Cancel] to exit the installer and continue the operation.
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6
Select only “Specify a location” and click [Next].
7
Click [Browse].
The Locate File dialog box appears.
8
Locate the directory where the printer driver for Windows 2000 is
located, select a inf file, and click [Open].
y To install the PCL6 printer driver, locate
"[Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\W2K_XP_2003\PCL6\<language>".
y To install the PS3 printer driver, locate
"[Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\W2K_XP_2003\PS\<language>".
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Click [OK].
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Check [Next].
It starts copying files.
11
Click [Finish].
12
The installation is completed.
Before using the printer driver for printing, please configure the installed options of the
equipment and department code (if required) on the printer driver.
P.160 “Before using the printer driver”
When a printer driver (e.g. PCL6) is installed by means of the above procedure, the
“USB001 Virtual print port” is created. If you want to install a second driver (e.g. PS3),
use “Add Printer Wizard” and add the printer driver in the Client Utility CD-ROM to this
port. (To start the wizard: Click [Start] and select [Printers] in [Settings], and then doubleclick the [Add Printers] icon.)
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— Windows XP/Server 2003/Vista
Installing the printer driver for USB printing by Plug and Play
The following describes an installation on Windows XP. The procedure is the same when Windows Server 2003 or Windows Vista is used.
Before proceeding to this section, you must logon Windows with a user account that allows you
to install or uninstall client software (e.g. administrator privilege). If you are using Windows Vista,
you can temporarily change your user account to the one noted above with its User Account
Control function. Ask your administrator for the details.
1
2
3
Power on this equipment and your computer.
4
Select “Search for the best driver in these locations.” and check
only the “Include this location in the search” check box. Then click
[Browse].
Connect the USB cable to this equipment and your computer.
The Found New Hardware Wizard dialog box appears.
Select "Install from a list or specific location (Advanced)" and click
[Next].
The Browse For Folder dialog box appears.
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5
Insert the Client Utilities CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.
6
Locate the directory where the printer driver for Windows XP/
Server 2003 is located and click [OK].
When inserting the Client Utilities CD-ROM, the installer may automatically start. Click
[Cancel] to exit the installer and continue the operation.
y To install the PCL6 printer driver, locate
"[Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\W2K_XP_VISTA\PCL6\<language>".
y To install the PS3 printer driver, locate
"[Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\W2K_XP_VISTA\PS\<language>".
When using Windows XP/Vista 64-bit edition, select the following folder.
y To install the PCL6 printer driver, locate
"[Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\XP_VISTA_X64\PCL6\<language>".
y To install the PS3 printer driver, locate
"[Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\XP_VISTA_X64\PS\<language>".
7
Click [Next].
It starts copying files.
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8
Click [Finish].
9
The installation is completed.
Before using the printer driver for printing, please configure the installed options of the
equipment and department code (if required) on the printer driver.
P.160 “Before using the printer driver”
When a printer driver (e.g. PCL6) is installed by means of the above procedure, the
“USB001 Virtual print port” is created. If you want to install a second driver (e.g. PS3),
use “Add Printer Wizard” and add the printer driver in the Client Utility CD-ROM to this
port. (To start the wizard: Click [Start] and select [Printers and Faxes], and then doubleclick the [Add Printers] icon.)
Installing client software for Raw TCP/LPR printing
This section describes how to set up the printer drivers for Raw TCP/LPR printing which is available for the local area network over TCP/IP.
There are Two ways to set up the printer drivers for Raw TCP/LPR printing:
y Using the installer in the Client Utilities CD-ROM
You can set up the printer drivers for Raw TCP/LPR printing by installing the printer drivers
using the installer in the Client Utilities CD-ROM.
P.35 “Installation for Raw TCP/LPR printing using the installer”
y Using Add Printer Wizard
When you want to install the printer drivers without using the installer, or when you want to
install the same printer driver for another equipment, install the printer drivers using the Add
Printer Wizard.
P.48 “Installation for Raw TCP/LPR Printing by Add Printer Wizard”
The Font Manager is available to install and manage the TrueType fonts on your computer. To
install the Font Manager, you must install it from the Client Utilities CD-ROM.
P.248 “Installing Font Manager”
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y Before operating the following setup, check with your system administrator to make sure of
the following:
- This equipment is connected to the network and turned on.
- The TCP/IP setting is correct on this equipment and your computer.
y Raw TCP Printing is only available for Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003,
and Windows Vista.
y LPR Printing is only available for Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows
Server 2003, and Windows Vista.
Installation for Raw TCP/LPR printing using the installer
Install the client software using the installer in the Client Utilities CD-ROM.
The following describes an installation on Windows 2000. The procedure is the same when Windows NT4.0, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, or Windows Vista is used.
Before proceeding to this section, you must logon Windows with a user account that allows you
to install or uninstall client software (e.g. administrator privilege). If you are using Windows Vista,
you can temporarily change your user account to the one noted above with its User Account
Control function. Ask your administrator for the details.
Installing the client software for Raw TCP/LPR printing using the installer
1
Insert the Client Utilities CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.
2
Select your language and click [OK].
y The installer automatically starts and the Choose Setup Language dialog box
appears.
y When the installer does not automatically start, double-click “Setup.exe” in the Client
Utilities CD-ROM.
The Welcome to the InstallShield wizard screen is displayed.
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3
Click [Next].
The License Agreement screen is displayed.
4
Please read the license agreement carefully and click [Yes].
The Choose Destination Location screen is displayed.
5
Click [Next].
If you want to change where the programs are installed, click [Browse]. In the dialog box
appears, select the folder and click [OK].
The Setup Type screen is displayed.
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6
Select “Custom” and click [Next].
The Select Components screen is displayed.
7
Check the software that you want to install and click [Next].
TOSHIBA e-STUDIO205 Series PCL6 — Check this to install the PCL6 printer driver.
TOSHIBA e-STUDIO205 Series PSL3 — Check this to install the PS3 printer driver
The Select Port screen is displayed.
The names of other software are displayed in the Select Components dialog box. (You
can install them as required.)
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8
Since the installer detects this equipment and the name of this
equipment is displayed at “Devices on Network”, select it and then
click [Next].
The Select Program Folder screen is displayed.
If this equipment is not properly connected in your network, the message that the installer
cannot discover this equipment is displayed.
Click [Retry] to search again. Click [Continue] to configure a local port.
Select “Local Port” to configure a local port, and then select in the drop down box the
desired port configured previously. If a local port is not configured previously, select any
port in the drop down box as a temporary port so that you can continue the installation.
Then click [Next].
If you selected a temporary port in the step above, you need to configure a correct port
after installation. See “Note” in step 11.
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9
Click [Next].
If you want to change the program folder, rename the folder in the “Program Folder” field.
The Start Copying Files screen is displayed.
10
Click [Next].
Starts copying files and the InstallShield Wizard Complete screen appears when this is
completed.
y If the Digital Signature Not Found dialog box is displayed while files are being copied.
Click [Yes] to continue the installation.
y If the following message appears, click [Yes] to set the indicated printer driver to be
the default printer driver, or click [No] to not change the default printer driver.
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11
Click [Finish].
The installation is completed.
The Installer may ask you to restart your computer. If it does, select “Yes, I want to restart
my computer now.” and click [Finish] to restart your computer.
If you selected a temporary port in the Select Port screen in step 8, configure TCP/LPR
port referring the following page:
P.40 “Configuring the Raw TCP/LPR port for Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista”
P.45 “Configuring the LPR port for Windows NT 4.0”
Configuring the Raw TCP/LPR port for Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista
The procedure above is only for the case you select a temporary port. If you do not select a temporary port, the procedure is not necessary.
1
Click [Start], select [Settings], and click [Printers] to open the Printers folder.
y If you are using the Windows XP or Windows Server 2003, click [Start] and [Printers
and Faxes] to open the Printers and Faxes folder.
y If you are using the Windows Vista, click [Start], select [Control Panel], and click
[Printers] under [Hardware and Sound] to open the Printers folder.
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2
Select the printer driver and select [Properties] in the [File] menu.
y When using Windows Vista, click the [Properties] in the Organize tab.
y The printer driver properties dialog box appears.
3
Display the [Ports] tab and click [Add Port].
The Printer Ports dialog box appears.
4
Select “Standard TCP/IP Port” and click [New Port...].
The Add Standard TCP/IP Printer Port Wizard dialog box appears.
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5
Click [Next].
If you are using Windows Vista, the above screen is not displayed.
6
Enter the IP address of this equipment in the “Printer Name or IP
Address” field and click [Next].
y If your network uses a DNS or WINS server, enter the printer name of this equipment
provided from DNS or WINS in the “Printer Name or IP Address” field.
y In the “Port Name” field, the port name is automatically entered according to the IP
address or DNS name entered in the “Printer Name or IP Address” field.
y The very first “IP_” is not displayed on Windows Vista.
7
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When the LPD Print setting is enabled, you can also configure LPR printing. When you want to
configure LPR printing, follow the procedure below.
If you are using Windows Vista, right-click on the printer driver in the Printers folder, select [Properties] and set the port with [Configure Port..] in the [Port] tab page.
Select “Custom” and click [Settings].
Select “LPR” at the “Protocol” option, enter “Print” in the “Queue Name” field at the “LPR Settings” option, and then click [OK].
Click [Next].
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8
Click [Finish].
The screen returns to the Printer Ports dialog box.
9
10
Click [Close] to close the Printer Ports dialog box.
Make sure the created Raw TCP or LPR port is checked in the “Print
to the following port(s)” list and click [Close].
Before using the printer driver for printing, please configure the installed options of the
equipment and department code (if required) on the printer driver.
P.160 “Before using the printer driver”
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Configuring the LPR port for Windows NT 4.0
The procedure above is only for the case you select a temporary port. If you do not select a temporary port, the procedure is not necessary.
1
Click [Start], select [Settings], and click [Printers] to open the Printers folder.
2
Select the printer driver and select [Properties] in the [File] menu.
The printer driver properties dialog box appears.
3
Display the [Ports] tab and click [Add Port].
The Printer Ports dialog box appears.
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4
Select “LPR Port” and click [New Port...].
The Add LPR compatible printer dialog box appears.
If “LPR Port” is not listed, make sure the TCP/IP Printing Service is installed on your Windows NT 4.0. “LPR Port” is not listed unless the TCP/IP Printing Service is installed.
5
Enter the IP address of this equipment in the “Name or address of
server providing lpd” field and “Print” in the “Name of printer or
print queue on that server” field, and click [OK].
When your network uses DNS or WINS server, enter the printer name of this equipment
provided from DNS or WINS in the “Name or address of server providing lpd” field.
6
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Click [Close] to close the Printer Ports dialog box.
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Make sure the created LPR port is checked in the “Print to the following port(s)” list and click [OK] to save settings.
Before using the printer driver for printing, please configure the installed options of the
equipment and department code (if required) on the printer driver.
P.160 “Before using the printer driver”
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Installation for Raw TCP/LPR Printing by Add Printer Wizard
The procedure to install the printer driver for Raw TCP/LPR printing by Add Printer Wizard differs depending on the version of the Windows being used.
P.48 “Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista”
P.56 “Windows NT 4.0”
The Font Manager is available to install and manage the TrueType fonts on your computer. To
install the Font Manager, you must install it from the Client Utilities CD-ROM.
P.248 “Installing Font Manager”
— Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista
Installing the printer driver for Raw TCP/LPR printing by Add Printer Wizard
The following describes an installation on Windows 2000. The procedure is the same when
Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, or Windows Vista is used.
Before proceeding to this section, you must logon Windows with a user account that allows you
to install or uninstall client software (e.g. administrator privilege). If you are using Windows Vista,
you can temporarily change your user account to the one noted above with its User Account
Control function. Ask your administrator for the details.
1
Click [Start], select [Settings], and click [Printers] to open the Printers folder.
y If you are using the Windows XP/Server 2003, click [Start] and click [Printers and
Faxes] to open the Printers folder.
y If you are using the Windows Vista, click [Start], select [Control Panel], and click
[Printers] under [Hardware and Sound] to open the Printers folder.
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2
Double-click the [Add Printer] icon.
y When using the Windows XP/Server 2003/Vista, click [Add a printer] in the Printer
Tasks menu.
y The Add Printer Wizard dialog box appears.
y When using the Windows Vista, Add Printer dialog box appears.
3
Click [Next].
If you are using Windows Vista, the above screen is not displayed.
4
Select “Local printer”, uncheck the “Automatically detect and
install my Plug and Play printer”, and click [Next].
When using the Windows Vista, select “Add a local printer”.
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5
Select “Create a new port” and select “Standard TCP/IP Port” in the
“Type” drop down box. Then click [Next].
The Add Standard TCP/IP Printer Port Wizard dialog box appears.
6
Click [Next].
If you are using Windows Vista, the above screen is not displayed.
7
Enter the IP address of this equipment in the “Printer Name or IP
Address” field and click [Next].
y If your network uses a DNS or WINS server, enter the printer name of this equipment
provided from DNS or WINS in the “Printer Name or IP Address” field.
y In the “Port Name” field, the port name is automatically entered according to the IP
address or DNS name entered in the “Printer Name or IP Address” field.
y When using Windows Vista, enter the IP address of this equipment in the “Host Name
or IP Address” field and click [Next].
y The very first “IP” is not displayed on Windows Vista.
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8
Select “Standard” and click [Next].
If you are using Windows Vista, the above screen is not displayed. Skip to step 10.
y When the LPD Print setting is enabled, you can also configure LPR printing. When
you want to configure LPR printing, follow the procedure below.
y If you are using Windows Vista, right-click on the printer driver in the Printers folder,
select [Properties] and set the port with [Configure Port..] in the [Port] tab page.
Select “Custom” and click [Settings].
Select “LPR” at the “Protocol” option, enter “Print” in the “Queue Name” field at the “LPR
Settings” option, and then click [OK].
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Click [Next].
9
Click [Finish].
If you are using Windows Vista, the above screen is not displayed.
10
Click [Have Disk...].
The Install From Disk dialog box appears.
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Click [Browse...].
The Locate File dialog box appears.
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Insert the Client Utilities CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.
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Locate the directory where the printer driver for Windows 2000/XP/
Server 2003/Vista is located and click [Open].
When inserting the Client Utilities CD-ROM, the installer may automatically start. Click
[Cancel] to exit the installer and continue the operation.
y To install the PCL6 printer driver, locate
"[Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\W2K_XP_VISTA\PCL6\<language>".
y To install the PS3 printer driver, locate
"[Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\W2K_XP_VISTA\PS\<language>".
When using Windows XP/Vista 64-bit edition, select the following folder.
y To install the PCL6 printer driver, locate
"[Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\XP_VISTA_X64\PCL6\<language>".
y To install the PS3 printer driver, locate
"[Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\XP_VISTA_X64\PS\<language>".
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Click [OK].
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Select the printer driver and click [Next].
If the same printer driver has been installed, the following dialog box appears. If it
appears, select “Replace existing driver” and click [Next].
16
Change the name if desired and click [Next].
If any printer drivers have installed on the computer, select whether using this printer as a
default printer.
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Select whether this printer is shared or not, and click [Next].
If you are using Windows Vista, the above screen is not displayed.
18
Select "Yes" to print a test page and click [Next].
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Click [Finish].
Start copying files.
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The installation is completed.
Before using the printer driver for printing, please configure the installed options of the
equipment and department code (if required) on the printer driver.
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— Windows NT 4.0
Installing the printer driver for LPR printing by Add Printer Wizard
Before proceeding to this section, you must logon Windows with a user account that allows you
to install or uninstall client software (e.g. administrator privilege).
1
Click [Start], select [Settings], and click [Printers] to open the Printers folder.
2
Double-click the [Add Printer] icon.
The Add Printer Wizard dialog box appears.
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Click [Add Port...].
The Printer Ports dialog box appears.
5
Select “LPR Port” and click [New Port...].
The Add LPR compatible printer dialog box appears.
If “LPR Port” is not listed, make sure the TCP/IP Printing Service is installed on your Windows NT 4.0. “LPR Port” is not listed unless the TCP/IP Printing Service is installed.
6
Enter the IP address of this equipment in the “Name or address of
server providing lpd” field and “Print” in the “Name of printer or
print queue on that server” field, and click [OK].
When your network uses DNS or WINS server, enter the printer name of this equipment
provided from DNS or WINS in the “Name or address of server providing lpd” field.
7
Click [Close] to close the Printer Ports dialog box.
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Make sure that the created LPR Port is selected in the “Available
ports” list and click [Next].
9
Click [Have Disk...].
The Install From Disk dialog box appears.
10
Click [Browse...].
The “A:\ is not accessible” message appears.
11
Click [Cancel].
The Locate File dialog box appears.
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Insert the Client Utilities CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.
When inserting the Client Utilities CD-ROM, the installer may automatically start. Click
[Cancel] to exit the installer and continue the operation.
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Locate the directory where the printer driver for Windows NT 4.0 is
located and click [Open].
y To install the PCL6 printer driver, locate
"[Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\NT\PCL6\<language>".
y To install the PS3 printer driver, locate
"[Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\NT\PS\<language>".
14
Click [OK].
15
Select the printer driver and click [Next].
If the same printer driver has been installed, the following dialog box appears. If it
appears, select “Replace existing driver” and click [Next].
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Change the name if desired and click [Next].
If any printer drivers have installed on the computer, select whether using this printer as a
default printer.
17
Select whether this printer is shared or not, and click [Next].
When you select “Shared”, you can also select the operating systems of printer drivers
that you want to install for clients. If you select any operating systems, repeat the
procedure from Step 9 to 15 to install the printer drivers for selected operating systems.
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Select "Yes (recommended)" to print a test page and click [Finish].
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The installation is completed.
Before using the printer driver for printing, please configure the installed options of the
equipment and department code (if required) on the printer driver.
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Installing client software for IPP printing
This section describes how to set up the printer drivers for IPP printing which is available for
Internet connection.
To set up the printer drivers for IPP printing, install the printer drivers by Add Printer Wizard, and
then install the other software that you require.
The Font Manager is available to install and manage the TrueType fonts on your computer. To
install the Font Manager, you must install it from the Client Utilities CD-ROM.
P.248 “Installing Font Manager”
y Before installing the printer driver for IPP printing, check with your system administrator to
make sure of the following:
- This equipment is connected to the network and turned on.
- The TCP/IP setting is correct on this equipment and your computer.
y IPP Printing is only available for Windows Me, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows
Server 2003, and Windows Vista.
y Only when the IPP client “wpnpins.exe” provided by Microsoft Corporation has already been
installed, you can use the IPP printing system in Windows 98 after installing a driver by following the same procedure as that of Windows Me.
Installation for IPP printing by Add Printer Wizard
— Windows Me
Installing the printer driver for IPP printing by Add Printer Wizard
1
Copy "wpnpins.exe" from the following folder in the Windows Me
CD-ROM to the desktop.
[Client Utilities CD-ROM]: \add-ons\IPP
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Double-click the “wpnpins.exe”.
The Internet Printer Installation dialog box appears.
Click [OK] to restart your computer.
Click [Start] and select [Printers] in [Settings].
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Double-click the [Add Printer] icon.
The Add Printer Wizard dialog box appears.
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Click [Next].
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Select “Network printer” and click [Next].
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Enter “http://[IP address]:631/Print” in the “Network path or queue
name:” field.
y Enter the IP address of this equipment instead of [IP address].
Example: IP address = 10.10.70.105
http://10.10.70.105:631/Print
y If your network uses a DNS or WINS server, enter the printer name of this equipment
provided from DNS or WINS instead of [IP address].
Example: Print Server Name = Mfp-00c67861
http://Mfp-00c67861:631/Print
y When you connect from the Internet, enter the FQDN of this equipment provided from
DNS instead of [IP address].
Example: URL = mfp_00c67861.toshibatec-ifax.com
http://mfp_00c67861.toshibatec-ifax.com:631/Print
“P” for “Print” in the “Network path or queue name:” field must be capitalized.
If an administrator has enabled the IPP Port 80 Enabled option on this equipment, you
can exclude the port number from the “Network path or queue name:” field . (i.e. “http://
192.168.255.48/Print”)
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Click [Next].
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Click [Have Disk...].
The Install From Disk dialog box appears.
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Click [Browse...].
The Open dialog box appears.
12
Insert the Client Utilities CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.
13
Locate the directory where the printer driver for Windows Me is
located, select the inf file, and click [OK].
When inserting the Client Utilities CD-ROM, the installer may automatically start. Click
[Cancel] to make the installer exit and continue the operation.
y To install the PCL6 printer driver, locate "[Client Utilities CDROM]:\9X_ME\PCL6\<language>".
y To install the PS3 printer driver, locate "[Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\9X_ME\PS\<language>".
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Click [OK].
15
Select the printer driver and click [Next].
16
Change the name if desired and click [Next].
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Select "Yes (recommended)" to print a test page and click [Finish].
Start copying files.
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The installation is completed.
Before using the printer driver for printing, please configure the installed options of the
equipment and department code (if required) on the printer driver.
P.160 “Before using the printer driver”
— Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003
Installing the printer driver for IPP printing by Add Printer Wizard
The following describes an installation on Windows 2000. The procedure is the same when
Windows XP or Windows Server 2003 is used.
Before proceeding to this section, you must logon Windows with a user account that allows you
to install or uninstall client software (e.g. administrator privilege).
1
Click [Start], select [Settings], and click [Printers] to open the Printers folder.
If you are using the Windows XP/Server 2003, click [Start] and click [Printers and Faxes]
to open the Printers folder.
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Double-click the [Add Printers] icon.
y When using the Windows XP/Server 2003, click [Add a printer] in the Printer Tasks
menu.
y The Add Printer Wizard dialog box appears.
3
Click [Next].
4
Select “Network printer” and click [Next].
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Select “Connect to a printer on the Internet or on your intranet”,
and enter “http://[IP address]:631/Print” in the “URL” field.
y Enter the IP address of this equipment instead of [IP address].
Example: IP address = 10.10.70.105
http://10.10.70.105:631/Print
y If your network uses a DNS or WINS server, enter the printer name of this equipment
provided from DNS or WINS instead of [IP address].
Example: Print Server Name = Mfp-00c67861
http://Mfp-00c67861:631/Print
y When you connect from the Internet, enter the FQDN of this equipment provided from
DNS instead of [IP address].
Example: URL = mfp_00c67861.toshibatec-ifax.com
http://mfp_00c67861.toshibatec-ifax.com:631/Print
“P” for “Print” in the IPP URL must be capitalized. When you are using on Windows XP,
the IPP port can be created by entering “print” (non-capitalized) in the IPP URL, but the
print job cannot be sent to the equipment. In that case, delete the IPP port and then create the IPP port correctly again.
If an administrator has enabled the IPP Port80 Enabled option on this equipment, you
can exclude the port number from the URL. (i.e. “http://192.168.255.48/Print”)
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Click [Next].
Click [Have Disk...].
The Install From Disk dialog box appears.
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Click [Browse...].
The Locate File dialog box appears.
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Insert the Client Utilities CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.
When inserting the Client Utilities CD-ROM, the installer may automatically start. Click
[Cancel] to exit the installer and continue the operation.
Locate the directory where the printer driver for your Windows version is located, select the inf file, and click [Open].
y To install the PCL6 printer driver,
locate "[Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\W2K_XP_VISTA\PCL6\<language>".
y To install the PS3 printer driver,
locate "[Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\W2K_XP_VISTA\PS\<language>".
When using Windows XP/Vista 64-bit edition, select the following folder.
y To install the PCL6 printer driver, locate
"[Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\XP_VISTA_X64\PCL6\<language>".
y To install the PS3 printer driver, locate
"[Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\XP_VISTA_X64\PS\<language>".
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Click [OK].
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Select the printer driver and click [NEXT].
y If any other printer driver(s) had already been installed on your computer, the Default
Printer screen is displayed. Continue to next step.
y If no printer driver had been installed on your computer, the complete screen is displayed. Skip to step 14.
If the same printer driver has been installed, the following dialog box appears. If it
appears, select “Replace existing driver” and click [Next].
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Select whether using this printer as a default printer and click
[Next].
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Click [Finish].
The printer driver is installed.
Before using the printer driver for printing, please configure the installed options of the
equipment and department code (if required) on the printer driver.
P.160 “Before using the printer driver”
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— Windows Vista
Installing the printer driver for IPP printing by Add Printer Wizard
Before proceeding to this section, you must logon Windows with a user account that allows you
to install or uninstall client software (e.g. administrator privilege). If you are using Windows Vista,
you can temporarily change your user account to the one noted above with its User Account
Control function. Ask your administrator for the details.
1
Click [Start], select [Control Panel] and click [Printers] under [Hardware and Sound] to open the Printers folder.
2
Click [Add a printer].
y The Add Printer dialog box appears.
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Click [Add a network, wireless or Bluetooth printer].
4
Click [The printer that I want isn’t listed].
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Select the "Select shared printer by name" and enter "http://[IP
address]:631/Print" in the edit box.
y Enter the IP address of this equipment instead of [IP address].
Example: IP address = 10.10.70.120
http://10.10.70.120:631/Print
y If your network uses a DNS or WINS server, enter the printer name of this equipment
provided from DNS or WINS instead of [IP address].
Example: Print Server Name = Mfp-00c67861
http://Mfp-00c67861:631/Print
y When you connect from the Internet, enter the FQDN of this equipment provided from
DNS instead of [IP address].
Example: URL = mfp_00c67861.toshiba.com
http://mfp_00c67861.toshiba.com:631/Print
“P” for “Print” in the IPP URL must be capitalized. When you are using on Windows
Vista, the IPP port can be created by entering “print” (non-capitalized) in the IPP URL,
but the print job cannot be sent to the equipment. In that case, delete the IPP port and
then create the IPP port correctly again.
If an administrator has enabled the IPP Port80 Enabled option on this equipment, you
can exclude the port number from the URL. (i.e. “http://192.168.255.48/Print”)
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Click [Next].
y A dialog box appears to confirm the connection with the specified MFP. Wait until
completion.
When the Authentication setting for IPP Print is enabled, the dialog box to enter a user
name and password appears. If this dialog box appears, enter the user name and password and click [OK]. For user name and password, please ask your administrator.
7
Click [Have Disk...].
y The Install From Disk dialog box appears.
8
Click [Browse...].
y The Locate File dialog box appears.
9
Insert the Client Utilities CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.
y When inserting the Client Utilities CD-ROM, the installer may automatically start.
Click [Cancel] to exit the installer and continue the operation.
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Locate the directory where the printer driver for your Windows version is located, select the inf file, and click [Open].
y To install the PCL6 printer driver for Windows Vista,
locate "[Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\W2K_XP_VISTA\PCL6\<language>".
y To install the PS3 printer driver for Windows Vista,
locate "[Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\W2K_XP_VISTA\PS\<language>".
When using Windows Vista x64, select the following folder.
- To install the PCL6 printer driver, locate
"[Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\XP_VISTA_X64\PCL6\<language>".
- To install the PS3 printer driver, locate
"[Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\XP_VISTA_X64\PS\<language>".
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Select the printer driver and click [OK].
y If any other printer driver(s) had already been installed on your computer, the Default
Printer screen is displayed. Continue to next step.
y If no printer driver had been installed on your computer, the complete screen is displayed. Skip to step 15.
y If the user account control is enabled, the [Installing device driver] dialog box is displayed. Click [Continue] to continue the installation.
y When the [Windows Security] dialog box is displayed, click [Install this driversoftware
anyway] to continue the installation.
13
Select whether using this printer as a default printer and click
[Next].
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Click [Finish].
15
The printer driver is installed.
Before using the printer driver for printing, please configure the installed options of the
equipment and department code (if required) on the printer driver.
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Installing client software for Novell printing
This section describes how to install the client software for Novell printing on NetWare print
server environments.
There are three ways to set up the printer drivers for Novell printing:
y Using the installer in the Client Utilities CD-ROM
When you insert the Client Utilities CD-ROM into your CD-ROM drive, the installer automatically starts. You can install printer drivers and other client software using the installer. If you
want to install printer drivers as well as other client software, this method is convenient.
P.80 “Installation for Novell printing using the installer”
y Using Point and Print
You can install the printer driver by double-clicking network queues on the NetWare. If the
NetWare has been set up for NDPS, printer drivers can be downloaded from the system so
that the Client Utilities CD-ROM is not required.
P.85 “Installation for Novell printing by Point and Print”
y Using Add Printer Wizard
When you want to install the printer drivers without connecting to the equipment using Point
and Print, install the printer drivers using the Add Printer Wizard.
P.92 “Installation for Novell printing by Add Printer Wizard”
The Font Manager is available to install and manage the TrueType fonts on your computer. To
install the Font Manager, you must install it from the Client Utilities CD-ROM.
P.248 “Installing Font Manager”
Before installing the printer driver for Novell printing, check with your system administrator to
make sure of the following:
- This equipment is connected to the network and turned on.
- The NetWare server is configured correctly and running on your network.
- The IPX/SPX or TCP/IP, and NetWare settings are correct on this equipment.
Before installing the client software for Novell printing, please make sure following network services and protocols are installed on your computer:
Windows 98/ME
y TCP/IP protocol (Required only when using the NetWare in the TCP/IP network.)
y IPX/SPX-compatible protocol (Required only when using the NetWare in the IPX/SPX network.)
y Client for NetWare Network
y Service for NetWare Directory Service (Required only when using the NetWare server in
NDS mode.)
Windows NT 4.0
y TCP/IP protocol (Required only when using the NetWare in the TCP/IP network.)
y NWLink IPX/SPX Compatible Transport protocol (Required only when using the NetWare in
the IPX/SPX network.)
y NWLink NetBIOS protocol (Required only when using the NetWare in the IPX/SPX network.)
y Gateway (and Client) Services for NetWare
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Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003
y NWLink IPX/SPX/NetBIOS Compatible Transport Protocol (Required only when using the
NetWare in the IPX/SPX network.)
y Gateway (and Client) Services for NetWare
Installation for Novell printing using the installer
You can install the client software and set up the Novell printing using the installer in the Client
Utilities CD-ROM.
Installing the client software for Novell printing using the installer
The following describes an installation on Windows 2000. The procedure is the same when
other versions of Windows are used.
Before proceeding to this section, you must logon Windows with a user account that allows you
to install or uninstall client software (e.g. administrator privilege). You have an appropriate privilege to access the NetWare server.
1
Insert the Client Utilities CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.
2
Select your language and click [OK].
3
Click [Next].
y The installer automatically starts and the Choose Setup Language dialog box
appears.
y If the installer does not automatically start, double-click “Setup.exe” in the Client Utilities CD-ROM.
The License Agreement screen is displayed.
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Please read the license agreement carefully and click [Yes].
The Choose Destination Location screen is displayed.
5
Click [Next].
If you want to change where the programs are installed, click [Browse]. In the dialog box
appears, select the folder and click [OK].
The Setup Type screen is displayed.
6
Select “Custom” and click [Next].
The Select Components screen is displayed.
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Check the software that you want to install and click [Next].
TOSHIBA e-STUDIO205 Series PCL6 — Check this to install the PCL6 printer driver.
TOSHIBA e-STUDIO205 Series PSL3 — Check this to install the PS3 printer driver
The Select Port screen is displayed.
The names of other software are displayed in the Select Components dialog box. (You
can install them as required.)
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Enter the queue name in the “Network path or queue name” field,
and click [Next].
Example for NDS/NDPS Mode
Root=Org, Context=dept1, queue name=mfp_queue
\\Org\mfp_queue.dept1
Example for Bindery Mode
Example: NetWare file server name=Nwsrv, queue name=mfp_queue
\\Nwsrv\mfp_queue
y Even if this equipment is automatically discovered and displayed in the “Devices on
Network” field, select “Local Port” and enter queue the as explained here. If you click
[Next] without selecting “Local Port” and continue the installation procedure, it will not
be correctly performed.
y If the following dialog box appears, click [Continue] to proceed the operation.
The queue for this equipment should be set up by an administrator. If you do not know
the queue for this equipment, ask your administrator.
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Click [Next].
y If you want to change the program folder, rename the folder in the “Program Folder”
field.
y Starts copying files and the InstallShield Wizard Complete screen is displayed when
copying files are completed.
y If the Digital Signature Not Found dialog box appears while copying files. Click [Yes]
to continue the installation.
y If the following message appears, click [Yes] to set the indicated printer driver to be
the default printer driver, or click [No] to not change the default printer driver.
10
Click [Finish].
The Installer may ask you to restart your computer. If it does, select “Yes, I want to
restart my computer now.” and click [Finish] to restart your computer.
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The installation is completed.
Before using the printer driver for printing, please configure the installed options of the
equipment and department code (if required) on the printer driver.
P.160 “Before using the printer driver”
Installation for Novell printing by Point and Print
The procedure to install the printer driver for Novell printing by Point and Print differs depending
on the version of Windows used.
P.85 “Windows 98/Me”
P.89 “Windows NT 4.0/2000/XP/Server 2003”
— Windows 98/Me
Installing the printer drivers for Novell printing by Point and Print
1
Open the NetWare queue for the equipment in the network with
Windows Explorer, and double-click a queue.
When the NetWare has been set up for the Bindery mode, open the NetWare file server
and double-click the queue for the equipment.
When the NetWare has been set up for the NDS or NDPS mode, browse the NDS tree
and context, and double-click the queue for the equipment.
The Printers dialog box appears.
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Click [Yes].
The Add Printer Wizard dialog box appears.
3
Select whether printing MS-DOS-based programs and click [Next].
y When using the NetWare in NDPS mode and the printer drivers for each Operating
System are installed to a NDPS broker, the printer driver is automatically installed.
Skip to Step 10.
y Unless using the NetWare in NDPS mode and printer drivers for each Operating System are installed to a NDPS broker, the Add Printer Wizard dialog box appears. Continue to the next step.
4
Click [Have Disk...].
The Install From Disk dialog box appears.
5
Click [Browse...].
The Open dialog box appears.
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Insert the Client Utilities CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.
When inserting the Client Utilities CD-ROM, the installer may automatically start. Click
[Cancel] to exit the installer and continue the operation.
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Locate the directory where the printer driver for Windows 98/Me is
located and click [OK].
y To install the PCL6 printer driver, locate
"[Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\9X_ME\PCL6\<language>".
y To install the PS3 printer driver, locate
"[Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\9X_ME\PS\<language>".
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Click [OK].
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Select the printer driver and click [Next].
If the same printer driver has been installed, the following dialog box appears. If it
appears, select “Replace existing driver” and click [Next].
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Change the name if desired, select whether you are using this
printer as a default printer, and click [Next].
If any printer drivers have installed on the computer, select whether using this printer as a
default printer.
11
Select “Yes” to print a test page and click [Finish].
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The printer driver is installed.
Before using the printer driver for printing, please configure the installed options of the
equipment and department code (if required) on the printer driver.
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— Windows NT 4.0/2000/XP/Server 2003
Installing the printer drivers for Novell printing by Point and Print
The following describes an installation on Windows 2000. The procedure is the same when
Windows NT 4.0, Windows XP, or Windows Server 2003 is used.
Before proceeding to this section, you must logon Windows with a user account that allows you
to install or uninstall client software (e.g. administrator privilege).
1
Open the NetWare queue for the equipment in the network with
Windows Explorer, and double-click a queue.
When the NetWare has been set up for the Bindery mode, open the NetWare file server
and double-click the queue for the equipment.
When the NetWare has been set up for the NDS or NDPS mode, browse the NDS tree
and context, and double-click the queue for the equipment.
The Printers dialog box appears.
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Click [Yes].
y When using the NetWare in NDPS mode and the printer drivers for each Operating
System are installed to a NDPS broker, the printer driver is automatically installed.
y Unless using the NetWare in NDPS mode and printer drivers for each Operating System are installed to a NDPS broker, the Add Printer Wizard dialog box appears. Continue to the next step.
3
Click [OK].
4
Click [Have Disk...].
The Install From Disk dialog box appears.
5
Click [Browse...].
The Locate File dialog box appears.
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When inserting the Client Utilities CD-ROM, the installer may automatically start. Click
[Cancel] to exit the installer and continue the operation.
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Locate the directory where the printer driver for Windows 2000/XP/
Server 2003 is located and click [Open].
y To install the PCL6 printer driver, locate
"[Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\W2K_XP_2003\PCL6\<language>".
y To install the PS3 printer driver, locate
"[Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\W2K_XP_2003\PS\<language>".
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Click [OK].
9
Select the printer driver and click [OK].
10
The installation is completed.
Before using the printer driver for printing, please configure the installed options of the
equipment and department code (if required) on the printer driver.
P.160 “Before using the printer driver”
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Installation for Novell printing by Add Printer Wizard
The procedure to install the printer driver for Novell printing by Add Printer Wizard differs
depending on the version of the Windows being used.
P.92 “Windows 98/Me”
P.99 “Windows NT 4.0”
P.104 “Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003”
— Windows 98/Me
The following describes an installation on Windows 98. The procedure is the same when Windows Me is used.
The installation procedure consists of the following two parts:
y Installing the printer driver for Novell printing by Add Printer Wizard
P.92 “Installing the printer driver for Novell printing by Add Printer Wizard”
y Configuring the port for Novell printing
P.96 “Configuring the port for Novell printing”
Installing the printer driver for Novell printing by Add Printer Wizard
1
Click [Start], select [Settings], and click [Printers] to open the Printers folder.
2
Double-click the [Add Printer] icon.
The Add Printer Wizard dialog box appears.
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Click [Next].
4
Select “Local printer” and click [Next].
5
Click [Have Disk...].
The Install From Disk dialog box appears.
6
Click [Browse...].
The Open dialog box appears.
7
Insert the Client Utilities CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.
When inserting the Client Utilities CD-ROM, the installer may automatically start. Click
[Cancel] to exit the installer and continue the operation.
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8
Locate the directory where the printer driver for Windows 98/Me is
located and click [OK].
y To install the PCL6 printer driver, locate
"[Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\9X_ME\PCL6\<language>".
y To install the PS3 printer driver, locate
"[Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\9X_ME\PS\<language>".
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Click [OK].
10
Select the printer driver and click [Next].
11
Select “LPT1:” and click [Next].
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Change the name if desired and click [Next].
If any printer drivers have installed on the computer, select whether using this printer as a
default printer.
13
Select "Yes (recommended)" to print a test page and click [Finish].
Start copying files.
14
The installation is completed. Proceed to the following port configuration procedure.
P.96 “Configuring the port for Novell printing”
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Configuring the port for Novell printing
In succession to the above printer driver installation procedure, configure the port for Novell
printing as follows:
1
Click [Start], select [Settings], and click [Printers] to open the Printers folder.
2
Select the printer driver and select [Properties] in the [File] menu.
The printer driver properties dialog box appears.
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Display the [Details] tab and click [Add Port].
The Add Port dialog box appears.
4
Select “Other” and “Local Port”, and click [OK].
The Port Name dialog box appears.
5
Enter the queue name in the “Enter a port name” field, and click
[OK].
Example for NDS/NDPS Mode
Root=Org, Context=dept1, queue name=mfp_queue
\\Org\mfp_queue.dept1
Example for Bindery Mode
Example: NetWare file server name=Nwsrv, queue name=mfp_queue
\\Nwsrv\mfp_queue
The queue for this equipment should be set up by an administrator. If you do not know
the queue for this equipment, ask your administrator.
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6
Click [OK] to save settings.
7
The port configuration is completed.
Before using the printer driver for printing, please configure the installed options of the
equipment and department code (if required) on the printer driver.
P.160 “Before using the printer driver”
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— Windows NT 4.0
Installing the printer driver for SMB printing by Add Printer Wizard
Before proceeding to this section, you must logon Windows with a user account that allows you
to install or uninstall client software (e.g. administrator privilege).
1
Click [Start], select [Settings], and click [Printers] to open the Printers folder.
2
Double-click the [Add Printer] icon.
The Add Printer Wizard dialog box appears.
3
Select “My Computer” and click [Next].
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4
Click [Add Port...].
The Printer Ports dialog box appears.
5
Select “Local Port” and click [New Port...].
The Port Name dialog box appears.
6
Enter the queue name in the “Enter a port name” field, and click
[OK].
Example for NDS/NDPS Mode
Root=Org, Context=dept1, queue name=mfp_queue
\\Org\mfp_queue.dept1
Example for Bindery Mode
Example: NetWare file server name=Nwsrv, queue name=mfp_queue
\\Nwsrv\mfp_queue
The queue for this equipment should be set up by an administrator. If you do not know
the queue for this equipment, ask your administrator.
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Click [Close].
8
Make sure the created port is selected and click [Next].
9
Click [Have Disk...].
The Install From Disk dialog box appears.
10
Click [Browse...].
The “A:\ is not accessible” message appears.
11
Click [Cancel].
The Locate File dialog box appears.
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12
Insert the Client Utilities CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.
13
Locate the directory where the printer driver for Windows NT 4.0 is
located and click [Open].
When inserting the Client Utilities CD-ROM, the installer may automatically start. Click
[Cancel] to exit the installer and continue the operation.
y To install the PCL6 printer driver, locate
"[Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\NT\PCL6\<language>".
y To install the PS3 printer driver, locate
"[Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\NT\PS\<language>".
14
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Select the printer driver and click [Next].
If the same printer driver has been installed, the following dialog box appears. If it
appears, select “Replace existing driver” and click [Next].
16
Change the name if desired and click [Next].
If any printer drivers have installed on the computer, select whether using this printer as a
default printer.
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17
Select whether this printer is shared or not, and click [Next].
When you select “Shared”, you can also select the operating systems of printer drivers
that you want to install for clients. If you select any operating systems, repeat the procedure from Step 9 to 15 to install the printer drivers for selected operating systems.
18
Select "Yes (recommended)" to print a test page and click [Finish].
19
The installation is completed.
Before using the printer driver for printing, please configure the installed options of the
equipment and department code (if required) on the printer driver.
P.160 “Before using the printer driver”
— Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003
The following describes an installation on Windows 2000. The procedure is the same when
Windows XP or Windows Server 2003 is used.
Before proceeding to this section, you must logon Windows with a user account that allows you
to install or uninstall client software (e.g. administrator privilege).
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Installing the printer driver for Novell printing by Add Printer Wizard
1
Click [Start] and select [Printers] in [Settings] (Windows 2000) or
select [Printers and Faxes] (Windows XP/Server 2003).
The Printers folder is opened.
2
Double-click the [Add Printer] icon.
y When using the Windows XP/Server 2003, click [Add a printer] in the Printer Tasks
menu.
y The Add Printer Wizard dialog box appears.
3
Click [Next].
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4
Select “Network printer” and click [Next].
5
Select “Type the printer name, or click Next to browse for a printer”
and enter the queue name in the “Name” field. Then click [Next].
Example for NDS/NDPS Mode
Root=Org, Context=dept1, queue name=mfp_queue
\\Org\mfp_queue.dept1
Example for Bindery Mode
Example: NetWare file server name=Nwsrv, queue name=mfp_queue
\\Nwsrv\mfp_queue
6
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Click [OK].
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Click [Have Disk...].
The Install From Disk dialog box appears.
8
Click [Browse...].
The Locate File dialog box appears.
9
10
Insert the Client Utilities CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.
When inserting the Client Utilities CD-ROM, the installer may automatically start. Click
[Cancel] to exit the installer and continue the operation.
Locate the directory where the printer driver for Windows 2000/XP/
Server 2003 is located and click [Open].
y To install the PCL6 printer driver, locate
"[Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\W2K_XP_2003\PCL6\<language>".
y To install the PS3 printer driver, locate
"[Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\W2K_XP_2003\PS\<language>".
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11
Click [OK].
12
Select the printer driver and click [Next].
y If any other printer driver(s) had already been installed on your computer, the Default
Printer screen will be displayed. Continue to next step.
y If no printer driver had been installed on your computer, the complete screen is displayed. Skip to step 14.
If the same printer driver has been installed, the following dialog box appears. If it
appears, select “Replace existing driver” and click [Next].
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Select whether using this printer as a default printer and click
[Next].
14
Click [Finish].
Start copying files.
15
The installation is completed.
Before using the printer driver for printing, please configure the installed options of the
equipment and department code (if required) on the printer driver.
P.160 “Before using the printer driver”
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Installing client software for Novell iPrint
This section describes how to install the printer drivers for Novell iPrint.
y To set up the iPrint in the client computers, the NetWare server must be configured for iPrint
first. For more information about setting up the NetWare server for Novell iPrint, please see
Network Administration Guide for Printing Functions.
y Before installing the printer driver for Novell iPrint, please make sure the following environments are satisfied in your computer.
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 or later or Netscape 4.76 is installed (iPrint is not supported on Netscape 6)
- JavaScript must be enabled on the web browser.
Installing the printer driver for Novell iPrint
To install the printer driver for Novell iPrint on the client computer, download and install the iPrint
Client and printer driver from the NetWare server.
1
Start the your web browser and enter the following URL in the
address bar.
http://<IP address or DNS for NDPS Manager>/ipp
If you do not know the IP address or DNS for NDPS Manager, please ask your network
administrator.
2
If the iPrint Client is not installed on your computer, you are
prompted to install it.
3
Click the printer that you want to install from the list of available
printers that is displayed in the iPrint web page.
The selected printer driver is installed on your computer.
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Uninstalling client utilities software
The following instructions describe how to uninstall the client software. The uninstallation procedure is different how you installed the client software.
P.111 “When installed using the installer”
P.115 “When installed using Add Printer Wizard”
When installed using the installer
When the client software was installed using the Installer in the Client Utilities CD-ROM, you can
delete all files using the Add/Remove Programs function.
You can uninstall all client software that have installed from the Client Utilities CD-ROM, or you
can uninstall only the components that you want to remove.
P.111 “Uninstalling all client utilities software”
P.113 “Uninstalling only the components that you want to remove”
Uninstalling all client utilities software
The following describes an installation on Windows 2000. The procedure is the same when
other versions of Windows are used.
1
Open “Control Panel” and double-click the “Add/Remove Programs” icon.
The Add/Remove Programs dialog box appears.
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2
Select “TOSHIBA e-STUDIO205 Series Client” and click [Change] or
[Remove].
The InstallShield Wizard dialog box appears.
3
Select “Remove” and click [Next].
The Confirm Uninstall dialog box appears.
4
Click [OK].
5
Click [Yes] to delete the setting files, if the following dialog box
appears.
Deleting files starts.
If you want to re-install the client software later, click [No] to keep the setting files. You
can restore the data and settings when you re-install the client software.
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Select “Yes, I want to restart my computer now.” and click [Finish]
to restart your computer.
Some files may be deleted after restarting the computer.
Uninstalling only the components that you want to remove
The following describes an installation on Windows 2000. The procedure is the same when
other versions of Windows are used.
1
Open “Control Panel” and double-click the “Add/Remove Programs” icon.
The Add/Remove Programs dialog box appears.
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2
Select “TOSHIBA e-STUDIO205 Series Client” and click [Change] or
[Remove].
The InstallShield Wizard dialog box appears.
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Select “Modify” and click [Next].
4
Uncheck the components that you want to uninstall and click
[Next].
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Select “Yes, I want to restart my computer now.” and click [Finish]
to restart your computer.
Some files may be deleted after restarting the computer.
When installed using Add Printer Wizard
If only printer drivers are installed by Add Printer Wizard or Point and Print, you can uninstall
them by deleting the printer icons from the Printers folder.
Deleting printer drivers
1
Open “Printers” folder, select the printer icon that you want to
delete, and press the [Delete] key.
y When using Windows 98/Me or Windows NT 4.0, uninstallation has finished.
y When using Windows Vista, select the printer icon that you want to delete, and click
the [Delete] in the Organize tab.
y When using Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista, continue to the next step.
2
Click the [File] menu and select [Server Properties].
y The Print Server Properties dialog box appears.
y When you are using Windows Vista, follow the procedure below:
- Right-click in the blank area in the "Printers" window and click [Run as administrator] and then [Server Properties] in the menu displayed.
- When "Windows needs your permission to continue" appears, click [Continue].
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3
Select the Drivers tab. Select the printer drivers that you want to
delete, and click [Remove].
y The confirmation dialog box appears.
y When you are using Windows Vista, follow the procedure below after selecting
[Remove]:
- Select "Remove driver and driver package" and click [OK] in the "Remove Driver
And Package" dialog box.
- Click [Yes] in the "Print Server Properties" dialog box.
- When "Driver package information collected" appears, click [Delete].
- When "Driver package was removed" appears, click [OK].
- This is the end of the procedure for Windows Vista.
4
Click [Yes].
The printer drivers are completely deleted.
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Installing Client Software for Macintosh
Please refer to following instructions for configuring printing systems on Macintosh computers.
P.117 “About client software for Macintosh”
P.117 “Planning for installation”
P.119 “Installing the printer on Mac OS 8.6/9.x”
P.125 “Installing the printer on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.4.x”
About client software for Macintosh
PostScript Printer Description file
The Macintosh PPD (PostScript Printer Description) file contains information about controllerspecific features. There are two PPD files provided in the Client Utilities CD-ROM: one is for
Mac OS 8.6/9.x and the other is for Mac OS X.
Information within the PPD file for Mac OS 8.6/9.x works in conjunction with the standard Macintosh LaserWriter 8 printer driver version 8.6.5 (or later). This Macintosh PPDs are supplied for
Mac OS 8.6 to 9.x and it also supports Mac OS X 10.1/10.2 Classic mode.
Information within the PPD file for Mac OS X works in conjunction with the Print Center on Mac
OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.4.x.
Planning for installation
System requirements
To install the printer drivers on a Mac OS computer, the following environment is required.
Display Resolution: 1028 x 768 dots or more
OS:
Mac OS 8.6 to 9.x, Mac OS X 10.1 (Classic), Mac OS X 10.2 (Classic)
Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.4.x
Protocol:
TCP/IP, AppleTalk (Ethernet), Bonjour
Printer Driver:
LaserWriter 8 printer driver version 8.6.5 or later
(not required for Mac OS X)
Mac OS X 10.2 and its earlier versions of Mac OS X are supported in Classic mode using the
PPD file for Mac OS 8.6 to 9.x. This equipment also provides the PPD file for Mac OS X 10.2.4
to Mac OS X 10.4.x.
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Installation procedure list for Macintosh client software
The following table shows the procedure list to install the PPD files and configure the printers.
OS
Mac OS 8.6/9.x
Mac OS X 10.2.4
to 10.3.x
Mac OS X 10.4.x
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Description
Refer to
PPD file installation
P.119 “Installing the Macintosh PPD file”
LPR printing
P.120 “Configuring Macintosh LPR printing”
AppleTalk printing configuration
P.123 “Configuring Macintosh AppleTalk
printing”
PPD file installation
P.125 “Installing the Macintosh PPD file”
IP printing
P.129 “Configuring Macintosh LPR printing
on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.3.x”
IPP printing
P.131 “Configuring Macintosh IPP printing
on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.3.x”
AppleTalk/Bonjour printing
P.133 “Configuring Macintosh AppleTalk/
Bonjour printing on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.3.x”
PPD file installation
P.125 “Installing the Macintosh PPD file”
IP printing
P.136 “Configuring Macintosh IP printing on
Mac OS X 10.4.x”
IPP printing
P.138 “Configuring Macintosh IPP printing
on Mac OS X 10.4.x”
AppleTalk/Bonjour printing
P.139 “Configuring Macintosh AppleTalk/
Bonjour printing on Mac OS X 10.4.x”
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Installing the printer on Mac OS 8.6/9.x
Installing the Macintosh PPD file
The Macintosh PPD file that is provided in the Client Utilities CD-ROM can be installed by copying it to the System Folder: Extensions: Printer Descriptions folder.
This PPD file supports printing from Mac OS 8.6 or 9.x. In addition, it supports printing with these
operating systems running on Mac OS X 10.1/10.2 allowing operation in classic mode.
The options need to be configured manually in Mac OS X 10.1.
Copying the PPD file to Mac OS 8.6 or 9.x
1
Insert the Client Utilities CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive and open
your language folder in the “MacPPD:OS9” folder.
2
Copy the StuffIt file (TOSHIBA_e-STUDIO205Srs.sit) to the desktop,
and extract the Macintosh PPD file.
To extract the file, the StuffIt utility must be installed on your computer. For instructions
on how to extract the file, refer to your StuffIt documentation.
3
Double-click the boot drive icon and open the “System
Folder:Extensions:Printer Descriptions” folder.
4
Select and drag the Macintosh PPD file that you extracted to the
“Printer Descriptions” folder.
5
Continue the procedure for configuring the printer.
P.119 “Configuring the printer on Mac OS 8.6/9.x”
Configuring the printer on Mac OS 8.6/9.x
After you copy the PPD file to the Printer Descriptions folder in the System Folder, you can configure the printer.
This equipment supports two types of Macintosh Printing Service: LPR Printing or AppleTalk
Printing.
y LPR printing
When this equipment and your computer are connected over the TCP/IP network, you can
enable LPR printing from a Macintosh computer.
y AppleTalk printing
When this equipment and your computer are connected over the AppleTalk network, you can
enable AppleTalk printing from a Macintosh computer.
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Configuring Macintosh LPR printing
Before installing the printer driver for LPR printing on Macintosh, check with your system administrator to make sure of the following:
- This equipment is connected to the network and turned on.
- The TCP/IP setting is correct.
- LPD Printing Service is enabled on this equipment. Ask your administrator if the LPD Printing
Service is enabled.
1
Start the Desktop Printer Utility.
y The folder containing the Desktop Printer Utility differs depending on the Mac OS version. If you cannot locate the Desktop Printer Utility, search it in the boot disk.
y The New Desktop Printer dialog box appears.
2
Make sure “LaserWriter 8” is selected in the “With” drop down
menu, select “Printer (LPR)” and click [OK].
The Macintosh LPR Printer Selection dialog box opens.
3
Click [Change...] in the PostScript Printer Description (PPD) File
area.
The Select a PostScript Printer Description File dialog box appears.
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4
Select the PPD file (TOSHIBA_e-STUDIO205Srs) for the equipment
and click [Select].
5
Click [Change...] in the LPR Printer Selection area.
The Internet Printer dialog box appears.
6
Enter the IP Address of this equipment in the “Printer Address”
field and “Print” in the “Queue” field. Then click [OK].
7
Click [Create...].
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Enter the Desktop Printer name and click [Save].
The printer is added to the desktop.
9
10
Double-click the desktop printer icon that you created.
The Desktop Printer utility window opens.
Click the [Printing] menu and select [Change Setup...].
The LaserWriter setup dialog box appears.
11
Select each option item in the “Change” drop down menu and
select installed option in the “To” drop down menu according to the
configuration of this equipment.
y Drawers
Not Installed – Select this when no optional paper feed unit is installed.
Drawer 2 – Select this when only the Paper Feed Unit (optional) is installed.
Drawer 2 & 3 – Select this when the Paper Feed Unit (optional) and Paper Feed Pedestal
(optional, its upper Drawer only) are installed.
Drawer 2, 3 & 4 – Select this when the Paper Feed Unit (optional) and Paper Feed
Pedestal (optional, both of its upper and lower Drawers) are installed.
y ADU
Not Installed – Select this when the Automatic Duplexing Unit (optional) is not installed.
Installed – Select this when the Automatic Duplexing Unit (optional) is installed.
12
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Click [OK].
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Configuring Macintosh AppleTalk printing
Before installing the printer driver for AppleTalk printing on Macintosh, check with your system
administrator to make sure of the following:
- This equipment is connected to the network and turned on.
- AppleTalk is enabled. Ask your administrator if AppleTalk is enabled.
1
Click Apple menu and select [Chooser].
The Chooser dialog box appears.
2
Select the LaserWriter 8 icon (and select the AppleTalk zone if configured). Then select this equipment displayed in the list, and click
[Create].
The Select a PostScript Printer Description File dialog box appears.
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3
Select the PPD file (TOSHIBA_e-STUDIO205Srs) for the equipment
and click [Select].
4
Select each option according to the configuration of this equipment
and click [OK].
y Drawers
Not Installed – Select this when no optional paper feed unit is installed.
Drawer 2 – Select this when only the Paper Feed Unit (optional) is installed.
Drawer 2 & 3 – Select this when the Paper Feed Unit (optional) and Paper Feed Pedestal
(optional, its upper Drawer only) are installed.
Drawer 2, 3 & 4 – Select this when the Paper Feed Unit (optional) and Paper Feed
Pedestal (optional, both of its upper and lower Drawers) are installed.
y ADU
Not Installed – Select this when the Automatic Duplexing Unit (optional) is not installed.
Installed – Select this when the Automatic Duplexing Unit (optional) is installed.
5
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Close the Chooser Dialog box.
The Printer icon is created on the desktop.
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Installing the printer on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.4.x
Install and configure the printer by the following steps:
P.125 “Installing the Macintosh PPD file”
P.128 “Configuring the printer on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.3.x”
P.135 “Configuring the printer on Mac OS X 10.4.x”
P.142 “Configuring the installable options”
Installing the Macintosh PPD file
This equipment supports printing from Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.4.x.
Installing the PPD file to Mac OS X
The timing that the Authenticate dialog box to enter your name and password appears differs
depending on the version of your OS.
1
Insert the Client Utilities CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive and open
the “MacPPD:OSX” folder.
2
3
4
Copy the GZ file (TOSHIBA_e-ST205Srs.dmg.gz) to the desktop.
Double-click the GZ file on the desktop.
If the installer window does appear, go to step 5.
Double-click the GZIP file (TOSHIBA_e-ST205Srs.dmg) and then
click the “Toshiba e-Studio 205 Series” icon.
The installer window appears.
5
Double-click the icon in the installer window.
The welcome message is displayed.
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Click [Continue].
The Software License Agreement window is displayed.
7
Click [Continue].
8
Click [Agree].
The Select a Destination window is displayed.
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9
Select the boot hard disk of your Mac OS X and click [Continue].
The Easy Install window is displayed.
10
Click [Install] (or [Upgrade]).
It start copying the PPD files for each language.
11
Enter the name and password, and click [OK].
The Install Software window is displayed.
When this is being installed in Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.2.8, this dialog box is not displayed.
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Click [Close] to close the installer window.
13
14
Delete the GZIP files and Installer files created from the desktop.
Continue the procedure for configuring the printer.
P.128 “Configuring the printer on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.3.x”
P.135 “Configuring the printer on Mac OS X 10.4.x”
Configuring the printer on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.3.x
This equipment supports the following Macintosh Printing Services: LPR printing, IPP printing,
AppleTalk printing and Bonjour printing.
y LPR printing
When this equipment and your computer are connected over the TCP/IP network, you can
enable LPR printing from a Macintosh computer.
y IPP printing
When this equipment and your computer are connected over the TCP/IP network, you can
enable IPP printing from a Macintosh computer.
y AppleTalk printing
When this equipment and your computer are connected over the AppleTalk network, you can
enable AppleTalk printing from a Macintosh computer.
y Bonjour printing (only for Mac OS X 10.3.x)
When this equipment and your computer are connected over the TCP/IP network, you can
enable Bonjour printing from a Macintosh computer.
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Configuring Macintosh LPR printing on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.3.x
Before installing the printer driver for LPR printing, check with your system administrator to
make sure of the following:
- This equipment is connected to the network and turned on.
- The TCP/IP setting is correct.
- LPD Printing Service is enabled on this equipment. Ask your administrator if the LPD Printing
Service is enabled.
1
Start the Print Center (for Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.2.8) or Printer Setup
Utility (for Mac OS X 10.3.x), located in the “Applications:Utilities”
folder in the Boot Disk.
The Printer List dialog box appears.
2
Click [Add].
3
Select “IP Printing” in the drop down box.
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4
Enter the IP address or DNS name of this equipment in the
“Printer’s Address” field.
5
Uncheck the “Use default queue on server” box and enter “Print” in
the “Queue Name” field.
6
Select “TOSHIBA” at the “Printer Model” drop down box, and select
the PPD file.
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Click [Add].
The printer is added to the Printer List.
Continue the procedure to configure the installable options.
P.142 “Configuring the installable options”
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Configuring Macintosh IPP printing on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.3.x
Before installing the printer driver for IPP printing, check with your system administrator to make
sure of the following:
- This equipment is connected to the network and turned on.
- IPP Printing Service is enabled on this equipment. Ask your administrator if the IPP Printing
Service is enabled.
1
Start the Print Center (for Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.2.8) or Printer Setup
Utility (for Mac OS X 10.3.x), located in the “Applications:Utilities”
folder in the Boot Disk.
The Printer List dialog box appears.
2
Click [Add] while pressing the [option] button.
This is mandatory to show all the advanced print option in the drop down box in the Print
List window.
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Select “Advanced” in the drop down box and specify the items as
described below.
Device: Internet Printing Protocol (http)
Device Name: <Any Name>
Device URI: http://<IP address>:631/Print
Printer Model: TOSHIBA
PPD: TOSHIBA e-STUDIO205 Series PS
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Click [Add].
The printer is added to the Printer List.
Continue the procedure to configure the installable options.
P.142 “Configuring the installable options”
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Configuring Macintosh AppleTalk/Bonjour printing on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to
10.3.x
Before installing the printer driver for AppleTalk/Bonjour printing, check with your system administrator to make sure of the following:
- This equipment is connected to the network and turned on.
- AppleTalk/Bonjour is enabled on this equipment. Ask your administrator if AppleTalk/Bonjour
is enabled.
1
Start the Print Center (for Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.2.8) or Printer Setup
Utility (for Mac OS X 10.3.x), located “Applications:Utilities” folder
in the Boot Disk.
The Printer List dialog box appears.
2
Click [Add].
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3
Select “AppleTalk”/“Bonjour (Rendezvous)” in the drop down box.
When you select “AppleTalk”: Go to step 4.
When you select “Bonjour”: Go to step 5.
4
When you select “AppleTalk”, select a zone where this equipment
is located.
If the AppleTalk network is not configured with a zone, select “Local AppleTalk Zone”.
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Select this equipment displayed in the list.
Example of when you select AppleTalk:
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Select “TOSHIBA” at the “Printer Model” drop down box, and select
the PPD file.
Example of when you select AppleTalk:
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Click [Add].
The printer is added to the Printer List.
Continue the procedure to configure the installable options.
P.142 “Configuring the installable options”
Configuring the printer on Mac OS X 10.4.x
After you copy the PPD file to the library folder in the System Folder, you can configure the
printer.
This equipment supports the following Macintosh Printing Services: LPR printing, IPP printing,
AppleTalk printing and Bonjour printing.
y LPR printing
When this equipment and your computer are connected over the TCP/IP network, you can
enable LPR printing from a Macintosh computer.
y IPP printing
When this equipment and your computer are connected over the TCP/IP network, you can
enable IPP printing from a Macintosh computer.
y AppleTalk printing
When this equipment and your computer are connected over the AppleTalk network, you can
enable AppleTalk printing from a Macintosh computer.
y Bonjour printing
When this equipment and your computer are connected over the TCP/IP network, you can
enable Bonjour printing from a Macintosh computer.
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Configuring Macintosh IP printing on Mac OS X 10.4.x
Before installing the printer driver for IP printing, check with your system administrator to make
sure of the following:
- This equipment is connected to the network and turned on.
- The TCP/IP setting is correct.
- LPD Printing Service is enabled on this equipment. Ask your administrator if the LPD Printing
Service is enabled.
1
Start the Printer Setup Utility located in the “Applications:Utilities”
folder in the Boot Disk.
The Printer List dialog box appears.
2
Click [Add].
The Printer Browser dialog box appears.
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Click [IP Printer] and select “Line Printer Daemon - LPD” in the
drop down box.
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Enter the IP address or DNS name of this equipment in the
“Address” field.
5
Enter “Print” in the “Queue” field.
6
Select “TOSHIBA” at the “Print Using” drop down box, and select
the PPD file.
Enter the name and location of this equipment in the “Name” and “Location” as required.
(The content of the “Address” field automatically appears in this field.)
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Click [Add].
8
9
Continue the procedure to configure the installable options.
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Click [Continue].
The printer is added to the Printer List.
Configuring Macintosh IPP printing on Mac OS X 10.4.x
Before installing the printer driver for IPP printing, check with your system administrator to make
sure of the following:
- This equipment is connected to the network and turned on.
- IPP Printing Service is enabled on this equipment. Ask your administrator if the IPP Printing
Service is enabled.
1
Start the Printer Setup Utility located in the “Applications:Utilities”
folder in the Boot Disk.
The Printer List dialog box appears.
2
Click [Add].
The Printer Browser dialog box appears.
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Click [IP Printer] and select “Internet Printing Protocol - IPP” in the
drop down box.
4
Specify the items described below.
Address: IP address or DNS name
Queue: Print
Name: <Any Name>
(The content of the “Address” field automatically appears in this field.)
Location: <Any Name>
Print Using: TOSHIBA
PPD: TOSHIBA e-STUDIO205 Series PS
5
Click [Add].
6
7
Continue the procedure to configure the installable options.
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Click [Continue].
The printer is added to the Printer List.
Configuring Macintosh AppleTalk/Bonjour printing on Mac OS X 10.4.x
Before installing the printer driver for AppleTalk/ Bonjour printing, check with your system administrator to make sure of the following:
- This equipment is connected to the network and turned on.
- AppleTalk/Bonjour is enabled on this equipment. Ask your administrator if AppleTalk/Bonjour
is enabled.
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1
Start the Printer Setup Utility located in the “Applications:Utilities”
folder in the Boot Disk.
The Printer List dialog box appears.
2
Click [Add].
The Printer Browser dialog box appears.
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Click [Default Browser].
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4
Select a printer name for AppleTalk/Bonjour in the “Printer Name”
field.
When you select AppleTalk:
Enter the name of this equipment in the “Name” field as required. (The content of the
“Address” field automatically appears in this field.)
If you did not use the AppleTalk network zone for AppleTalk setting, “Local Zone” appears
in the “Location” field.
If you used the AppleTalk network zone for AppleTalk setting, select a zone where this
equipment is located in the “Location” drop down box.
When you select Bonjour:
Enter the name of this equipment in the “Name” field as required. (The content of the
“Address” field automatically appears in this field.)
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5
Select “TOSHIBA” at the “Print Using” drop down box, and select
the PPD file.
Example of when you select AppleTalk:
6
Click [Add].
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8
Continue the procedure to configure the installable options.
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Click [Continue].
The printer is added to the Printer List.
Configuring the installable options
Users must configure the installable options before printing.
Configure the installable options for each printing system.
Configuring the installable options
1
In the Printer List dialog box, select the printer and, then, select
[Show Info] in the [Printers] menu.
The Printer Info dialog box appears.
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Select “Installable Options” in the drop down menu.
The Installable Options window is displayed.
3
Set the following options.
y Drawers
Not Installed – Select this when no optional paper feed unit is installed.
Drawer 2 – Select this when only the Paper Feed Unit (optional) is installed.
Drawer 2 & 3 – Select this when the Paper Feed Unit (optional) and Paper Feed Pedestal
(optional, its upper Drawer only) are installed.
Drawer 2, 3 & 4 – Select this when the Paper Feed Unit (optional) and Paper Feed
Pedestal (optional, both of its upper and lower Drawers) are installed.
y ADU
Not Installed – Select this when the Automatic Duplexing Unit (optional) is not installed.
Installed – Select this when the Automatic Duplexing Unit (optional) is installed.
4
Click [Apply Changes] and close the window.
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Installing Client Software for UNIX
Please refer to following instructions for configuring printing systems on UNIX workstations.
To setup the printing system on UNIX workstation, you can use CUPS.
Installation procedure list for UNIX client software
The following table shows the procedure list to install CUPS printer drivers.
Printing
Refer to
LPR printing
P.145 “Installing the CUPS for LPR printing”
IPP printing
P.148 “Installing the CUPS for IPP printing”
Setting up the CUPS
When you want to configure the UNIX printing using CUPS, you can use LPR printing or IPP
printing.
About CUPS
This section describes the behavior, options, and installation method of the CUPS printer driver
for the equipment. The behavior of the printer driver presented in this specification is consistent
with CUPS v1.1.15. The driver may appear and/or operate slightly differently in the different versions.
In reality, the file supplied in this package is not really a printer driver it is actually a PostScript
Printer Description (PPD) file.
System requirements
Operating systems that support CUPS.
Implementation method
This driver consists of a PPD file that works in conjunction with an interface like XPP, KPrinter,
etc. It can also be used on OSX in the same way that it is used on Linux, but this is not recommended.
Supplied components
There is one supplied component, a PPD file called “TOSHIBA_EST205_CUPS.gz”. It has been
compressed using gzip. It does not need to be uncompressed for Linux to use the PPD file and
so it should be left compressed.
The user needs root privileges to place the PPD file in the default location. The default location
for the standard CUPS PPD files is:
/usr/share/cups/model/Toshiba
Configuring UNIX printing using CUPS
You can configure the CUPS for LPR printing or IPP printing.
— Installing the CUPS for LPR printing
The PPD must first be copied onto the local machine, the printer installed, and then the PPD
configured. The printer is then installed and configured using CUPS via the browser.
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2
Insert the Client Utilities CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.
3
Copy the GZIP file into the “/usr/share/cups/model/Toshiba” directory or enter the following command:
Log on to the root account and create “Toshiba” directory in the
“/usr/share/cups/model” directory.
cp TOSHIBA_EST205_CUPS.gz /usr/share/cups/model/Toshiba
A GZIP file is included in the “Admin/CUPS/ENG” folder in the CD-ROM.
4
Enter the following command:
service lpd stop
service cups stop
If lpd is already stopped, “Failed” will be displayed.
y When using the Red Hat Linux, continue to the next step.
y When using other than the Red Hat Linux, skip to step 10.
5
When using the Red Hat Linux, enter the following command:
/usr/bin/redhat-switch-printer
The redhat-switch-printer dialog box appears.
6
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9
Select “CUPS” and click [OK].
The information dialog box appears.
Click [OK].
Enter the following command:
service cups start
Enter the following command:
/usr/bin/cupsconfig
The Common UNIX Printing System page appears. Skip to step 11.
10
Open the browser and locate CUPS by typing
“http://localhost:631/” in the address field.
The Common UNIX Printing System page appears.
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Click the “Manage Printers” link.
The Printer page is displayed.
In the subsequent procedures a user authentication dialog box may appear. In that case,
obtain an appropriate user authentication and then continue the CUPS operating procedure.
12
Click [Add Printer].
The Admin page is displayed.
13
Enter the printer name, location, and description of the printer in
each field and click [Continue].
If a new printer name is a duplicate of a name already in the printer list, the new printer
will replace the original printer.
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Select “LPD/LPR Host or Printer” at the “Device” drop down box
and click [Continue].
15
Enter “lpd://<IP address>/Print” in the “Device URL” field and click
[Continue].
Make sure to capitalize the “P” in “Print” for the device URI.
16
Select “TOSHIBA” at the “Make” list and click [Continue].
If you do not see “TOSHIBA” in the “Make” list, restart CUPS.
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17
Select the PPD in the “Model” list and click [Continue].
18
Confirm that the message notifying that the new printer has been
properly added appears.
19
Go to the following page for configuring the print options:
P.150 “Configuring print options”
— Installing the CUPS for IPP printing
When you want to setup IPP print queue in the Linux OS, follow the procedures here.
Add IPP printer
IPP printing from Linux OS is done from the CUPS server as a backend.
1
2
Insert the Client Utilities CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.
3
Copy the GZIP file into the “/usr/share/cups/model/Toshiba” directory or enter the following command:
Log on to the root account and create “Toshiba” directory in the
“/usr/share/cups/model” directory.
cp TOSHIBA_EST205_CUPS.gz /usr/share/cups/model/Toshiba
A GZIP file is included in the “Admin/CUPS/ENG” folder in the CD-ROM.
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Enter the following command:
service lpd stop
service cups stop
If lpd is already stopped, “Failed” will be displayed.
y When using the Red Hat Linux, continue to the next step.
y When using other than the Red Hat Linux, skip to step 10.
5
When using the Red Hat Linux, enter the following command:
/usr/bin/redhat-switch-printer
The redhat-switch-printer dialog box appears.
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8
9
Select “CUPS” and click [OK].
The information dialog box appears.
Click [OK].
Enter the following command:
service cups start
Enter the following command:
/usr/bin/cupsconfig
The Common UNIX Printing System page appears. Skip to step 11.
10
Open the browser and locate CUPS by typing
“http://localhost:631/” in the address field.
The Common UNIX Printing System page appears.
11
Click the “Manage Printers” link.
The Printer page is displayed.
In the subsequent procedures a user authentication dialog box may appear. In that case,
obtain an appropriate user authentication and then continue the CUPS operating procedure.
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Add a new https printer by clicking [Add Printer].
Follow the same procedure as the one noted in steps from 13 to 18 for LPR printing. For
entry items in each menu, see the list below.
P.145 “Installing the CUPS for LPR printing”
Name: <Any Name>
Location: <Optional>
Description: <Optional>
Device: Internet Printing Protocol (http)
Device URL: http://<IP address>:631/Print
Make/Model: TOSHIBA
13
Go to the following page for configuring the print options:
P.150 “Configuring print options”
— Configuring print options
You can set the print options that applied for the print jobs using CUPS.
Print option configuration
1
Click the “Manage Printers” link in the startup page.
The Printer page is displayed.
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2
Select this equipment and then click [Configure Printer].
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3
Configure the print options on the displayed page.
y The screens are displayed in English.
y The underscored items are set by default.
y The options for this equipment are shown below.
ADU (Automatic Duplexing Unit), Drawer 2 (Paper Feed Unit), Drawer 3 (Paper Feed
Pedestal upper drawer), Drawer 4 (Paper Feed Pedestal lower drawer)
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Finishing
Option Value
Destination
Alternative Value
Inner Tray
Description
The paper exit tray of this equipment (no other trays
are selectable)
[Continue] button
-
General
Option Value
Alternative Value
Description
Collate
Yes, No
Selects whether exited sheets are collated or not.
Duplex
1-Sided
1-sided printing
2-Sided, No Tumble
(Long-Edge Binding)
2-sided printing (Long-edge binding)
2-Sided, Tumble
(Short-Edge Binding)
2-sided printing (Short-edge binding)
Media Size
A3, A4, A5, B4, B5, Ledger, Legal, Letter, Statement, Folio, Computer,
13” LG, 8K, 16K
Selects the paper size.
Media Source
Auto (Default)
Drawer 1
Drawer 2
Drawer 3
Drawer 4
Bypass Tray
Plain
Thick 1
Thick 2
Transparency
Selects the paper source or the media type.
Paper source:
Drawer 1 (Standard drawer),
Drawer 2 (Paper Feed Unit),
Drawer 3 (Paper Feed Pedestal upper drawer) or
Drawer 4 (Paper Feed Pedestal lower drawer)
Media type:
Plain paper, thick paper 1, thick paper 2 or overhead
transparencies
[Continue] button
Determines the selected items.
Options Installed
Option Value
Alternative Value
Description
ADU
Not Installed
Installed
Selects whether the ADU is installed or not.
Drawers
Not Installed
Drawer 2
Drawer 2 & 3
Drawer 2, 3 & 4
Selects the combination among Drawer 2 (Paper
Feed Unit), Drawer 3 (Paper Feed Pedestal upper
drawer) and Drawer 4 (Paper Feed Pedestal lower
drawer).
[Continue] button
Determines the selected items.
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Printing Modes
Option Value
Alternative Value
Description
Department Code
Disabled
Enabled
Distinguish Thin Lines
Off, On
Selects whether to distinguish thin lines or not.
Do not Print Blank
Pages
Off, On
Selects whether to print blank pages or not.
Print Mode
Normal
Normal print mode (no other modes are selectable)
[Continue] button
Determines the selected items.
Selects whether to use the department codes for
printing or not.
When this equipment is managed under the department codes, this option should be enabled.
Printing Modes DC
Option Value
Alternative Value
Description
Department Code (DC)
– Digit 1 to Digit 5
0 to 9
Specify the 5-digit department code when “Department Code” of “Printing Modes” is enabled.
For the appropriate department code, check with
your system administrator.
[Continue] button
Determines the selected items.
Quality
Option Value
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Alternative Value
Description
Halftone
Auto
Detail
Smooth
Selects the appropriate processing on halftone
images among “Auto”, “Detail (high density)” and
“Smooth (smooth tone reproduction)”.
Smoothing
Off, On
Selects whether text and graphics are printed in a
smooth contour or not.
Toner Save
Off, On
Selects whether to print with less toner or not.
[Continue] button
Determines the selected items.
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Banners
Option Value
Starting Banner
Ending Banner
[Continue] button
Alternative Value
Description
none
Selects whether banner pages are printed before
printing documents or not.
If they are, select among the items below.
classified
Classified information
confidential
Confidential information
secret
Secret information
standard
Standard information
topsecret
Top secret
unclassified
Unclassified information
none
Selects whether banner pages are printed after
printing documents or not.
If they are, select among the items below.
classified
Classified information
confidential
Confidential information
secret
Secret information
standard
Standard information
topsecret
Top secret
unclassified
Unclassified information
Determines the selected items.
PS Binary Protocol
Option Value
Alternative Value
Description
PS Binary Protocol
None, TBCP
Selects whether print data are processed in a binary
format using PostScript and printed using TBCP
protocol or not.
[Continue] button
Determines the selected items.
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— Modifying printer
You can change the location and description of the printer.
Modifying printer
1
Click the “Manage Printers” link in the startup page.
The Printer page is displayed.
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Select this equipment and then click [Modify Printer].
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Modify the location and description in each field and click
[Continue].
— Uninstalling printer
To uninstall the printer that you create, perform the following procedure.
Uninstalling printer
1
Click the “Manage Printers” link in the startup page.
The Printer page is displayed.
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2
Select this equipment and then click [Delete Printer].
The printer is deleted.
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Then delete the PPD file “TOSHIBA_EST205_CUPS.gz” from the
“/usr/share/cups/model/Toshiba” directory.
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PRINTING
3.
This describes the instructions on how to print from client computer.
Printing from Windows.........................................................................................160
Before using the printer driver.........................................................................................................160
Printing from application..................................................................................................................167
Setting up print options ...................................................................................................................169
Printing with extended print functionality.........................................................................................193
Printing from Macintosh.......................................................................................205
Printing from application on Mac OS 8.6 to 9.x...............................................................................205
Printing from application on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.4.x ................................................219
Printing from UNIX................................................................................................239
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Printing from Windows
This equipment supports printing from Windows applications using the PCL6 and PS3 printer
drivers.
These printer drivers allow you to define such document properties as the orientation and print
quality of your pages, and such complex finishing options as booklet layout and N-up printing.
Before using the printer driver
Before printing, you have to configure the following options:
y Configuration Settings
You have to configure such options as the Paper Feed Unit or the Paper Feed Pedestal. The
features of these options are not available unless you tell the system that they are installed.
y Department Code
This system can manage jobs by department code. This feature lets you manage job
counters for every department code. For example, a network administrator can check the
number of copies printed from specific department member.
If the Department Code is enabled, enter your Department Code provided by your administrator.
Configuring the options
After you complete the installation of the printer drivers, you should configure the option settings
on the printer drivers.
There are two methods to configure the options;
y If this equipment and your computer are not connected in the TCP/IP network, you can configure the options manually.
P.161 “Configuring the options manually”
y If this equipment and your computer are connected in the TCP/IP network, you can configure
the options automatically obtaining the settings using the SNMP Communication.
P.163 “Configuring the Options Automatically”
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— Configuring the options manually
The following describes an instruction on Windows 2000. The procedure is the same when other
versions of Windows are used.
Setting the configuration tab manually
Before proceeding to this section, you must logon Windows with a user account that allows you
to install or uninstall client software (e.g. administrator privilege). If you are using Windows Vista,
you can temporarily change your user account to the one noted above with its User Account
Control function. Ask your administrator for the details.
1
Select the printer driver in the Printers folder. Then click [File] and
select [Properties].
When you are operating under Windows XP/Server 2003, open the Printers and Faxes
folder to access the printer driver. The printer driver properties dialog box appears.
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Display the [Configuration] tab and set the following options.
Option - Model Selection: Select a model name.
Option - Automatic Duplexing Unit: Check this when the Automatic Duplexing Unit
(optional) is installed.
Drawers: Select the current drawer configuration.
For more information about each item, see descriptions about the Configuration Tab.
P.191 “Configuration tab”
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4
Click [Drawer Settings].
The Drawer Settings dialog box appears.
Set the following options and click [OK].
Paper Size
Select the paper size set in each drawer.
Paper Type
Select the paper type set in each drawer. The paper types for the 1st drawer to 4th
drawer are fixed to “Plain”.
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Click [Apply] and [OK] to save settings.
Printing from Windows
— Configuring the Options Automatically
The following describes an instruction on Windows 2000. The procedure is the same when other
versions of Windows are used.
Setting the configuration tab using SNMP communication
Before proceeding to this section, you must logon Windows with a user account that allows you
to install or uninstall client software (e.g. administrator privilege). If you are using Windows Vista,
you can temporarily change your user account to the one noted above with its User Account
Control function. Ask your administrator for the details.
1
Select the printer driver in the Printers folder. Then click [File] and
select [Properties].
When you are operating under Windows XP/Server 2003, open the Printers and Faxes
folder to access the printer driver. The printer driver properties dialog box appears.
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2
Display the [Configuration] tab, check on “Enable SNMP Communication”, and click [Update Now].
The printer driver starts communicating with system and obtains option settings
automatically.
If the connection to the equipment has not been configured correctly, the SNMP communication fails and the option settings will not be updated.
3
If you want to update option settings automatically when the [Configuration] tab is opened, check on “Update Automatically”.
4
Click [Apply] and [OK] to save settings.
For more information about each item, see descriptions about the Configuration Tab.
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Setting the department code
When this equipment is managed by department codes, you have to enter your department
code on the printer driver.
This allows a network administrator to check the number of copies printed from specific department members.
Please ask your administrator whether or not you should enter the Department Code.
If you enter the department code in "Department" of the printer driver in advance following the
procedure below, you do not have to enter it every time you begin printing.
y If printing is performed with an incorrect department code, a dialog box indicating that it is
incorrect appears. In this case, enter the correct one or stop transmitting. If this dialog box
does not appear, the job becomes invalid and is deleted. An error report is then printed out
from this equipment. (If the “Enable SNMP Communication” check box of the Configuration
tab menu of the printer is checked, an error message appears before the job is deleted.
However, when the job is being printed through a NetWare print server under Windows NT
4.0, the error message does not appear.)
y A department code can be entered every time you begin printing. If you have to use a different department code for each print job, enter it when you begin printing.
Entering department code
1
Select the printer driver in the Printers folder. Then click [File] and
select [Properties] (for Windows 98/Me), select [Document
Defaults...] (for Windows NT 4.0), [Printing Preferences...] (for Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003), or [Select printing preferences] (for
Windows Vista).
The printer driver properties dialog box appears.
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Display the [Others] tab and enter your department code in the
“Department” field.
In the Department field, only numeric characters can be entered. The Department Code
must be 5-digit number.
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Click [Apply] and [OK] to save settings.
Copying the PPD file for Windows
The Client Utilities CD-ROM contains a printer description file for popular Windows applications.
PageMaker 6.0, 6.5, and 7.0 do not support automatic installation of printer description files. To
make printing available in the Print and Page Setup dialog boxes of this application, copy the
printer description file to the appropriate location.
Copying the printer description file
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On the Client Utilities CD-ROM, open the folder that contains the
PS3 printer driver.
y For Windows 98/Me:
[Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\9X_ME\PS\<language>\
y For Windows NT 4.0:
[Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\NT\PS\<language>\
y For Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista:
[Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\W2K_XP_VISTA\PS\<language>\
y For Windows XP/Vista 64-bit edition:
[Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\XP_VISTA_X64\PS\<language>\
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Copy the printer description file (*.ppd) to the appropriate location.
y For PageMaker 6.0:
\PM6\RSRC\<language>\PPD4
y For PageMaker 6.5:
\PM65\RSRC\<language>\PPD4
y For PageMaker 7.0:
\Program Files\Adobe\PageMaker 7.0\Rsrc\<language>\PPD4
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Printing from application
The following describes how to print from your application.
P.167 “Considerations and limitations”
P.167 “How to print”
Considerations and limitations
y Some options listed in the printer driver can also be set from an application (for example, collation). However, using collation in the application may cause problems. In that case, use the
driver option to perform the function, rather than setting it from the application. But depending on the application, settings such as the orientation may need to be set in the application,
or the printer driver, or both. The application may not set up the file properly for printing on
this equipment and may also take longer to process. In order to print properly from the application that you are using, please see the section about printing in the application’s manual.
y When printing with the PS3 printer driver from Adobe Acrobat, the Fit to Paper enlargement
feature does not work if the “Use PostScript Passthrough” option is enabled in the PostScript
settings of the PS3 printer driver. To use the Fit to Paper enlargement feature, please disable
the “Use PostScript Passthrough” option in the PostScript settings of the PS3 printer driver.
y When printing with the PS3 printer driver from the application that creates the PostScript
code for printing such as Adobe Acrobat, the following print options may not work correctly.
In that case, please disable the “Use PostScript Passthrough” option in the PostScript settings of the PS3 printer driver.
- Manual Scale
- Print Paper Size
- Paper Type
- User Front Cover
- User Back Cover
- Booklet
- Multiple Pages per Sheet
- All options in the Effect tab
- All options in the Image Quality tab
How to print
Once you have installed the printer driver and configured it properly, you can print directly from
most Windows applications. Simply choose the Print command from within your application.
You can print using the various functions by setting print options on the printer driver.
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Open a file and select [Print] from the [File] menu of the application.
The Print dialog box appears.
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Select the printer driver of the equipment to be used and Click
[Properties].
The printer properties dialog box appears.
The procedures for displaying the properties dialog for the printer driver may be different
depending on an application that you are using. See your application’s manual about displaying the printer properties dialog box.
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Setting the Print Options for each tab according to how you want to
print.
y Setting the print options varies depending on how you want to print a document.
P.173 “Print options”
y You can also set the print options using setting profiles.
P.170 “Setting print options for each print job”
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Click [OK] to save the settings.
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Click [OK] or [Print] to print a document.
y When the department management is enabled, if printing is performed with an incorrect department code, a dialog box indicating that it is incorrect appears. In this case,
enter the correct one or stop transmitting. If this dialog box does not appear, the job
becomes invalid and is deleted. An error report is then printed out from this equipment.
y If the data size of a print job exceeds the memory capacity of this equipment, more
than one set of documents with a large number of pages or a large volume of graphics will not be printed in the correct set numbers. Only one set of the documents and
an error report are printed out.
Setting up print options
Print Options are the attributes you set to define the way a print job is processed.
To find the printing instructions for your specific needs, refer to the procedures in the following
section.
P.193 “Printing with extended print functionality”
How to setup
There are several ways to set print options. Also, how the settings effect printing varies depending on the way you set the options. Also the tabs displayed vary depending on how you display
the printer properties.
— Setting Initial values of print options
Setting the print options by displaying the printer properties from the Printers folder within the
Windows Start menu will establish the initial values of the options. For example, the paper size
setting you most commonly use, optional device settings, user information settings, etc., are settings you will not want to change every time you print. It is convenient to set these options as initial values.
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How to display: Windows 98/Me
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Click [Start], [Settings], and select [Printers].
Select the printer driver for the equipment, click the [File] menu and
select [Properties].
How to display: Windows NT 4.0
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Click [Start], [Settings], and select [Printers].
Select the printer driver for the equipment, click the [File] menu and
select [Document Defaults].
How to display: Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003
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Click [Start], [Settings], and select [Printers and Faxes].
Select the printer driver for the equipment, click the [File] menu and
select [Printing Preferences].
How to display: Windows Vista
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Click [Start], [Control Panel], [Hardware and Sound] and select
[Printers].
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Select the printer driver for the equipment and click the “Select
printing preferences” button.
— Setting print options for each print job
Setting the print options by displaying the printer properties from the Print dialog box within an
application will establish the values for the current print job. The print option settings specific to
each print job are set using this method.
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Click the [File] menu and select [Print] on an application.
Select the printer driver of the equipment to be used and Click
[Properties].
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— Setting print options using profiles
Print option settings can be saved so you can easily load specifically configured settings for a
particular job.
In order to print a document using profiles, you should create the saved profile first.
P.171 “Saving profile”
Once you save profile, you can load the settings for a particular job to print a document.
P.172 “Loading profile”
You can also delete the profile that you no longer require.
P.172 “Deleting profile”
Saving profile
You can create up to 20 profiles for a printer driver.
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Configure the print options on each tab.
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Click [Save Profile] at the Profile group.
Setting the print options varies depending on how you want to print a document.
P.173 “Print options”
The Profile Name dialog box appears.
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Enter the profile name and click [OK].
The file name can be up to 63 characters long.
If you enter the existing profile name, it prompts whether overwrite the existing profile or
not. If you want to overwrite the existing profile, click [OK].
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The setting profile is saved.
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Loading profile
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Select a profile in the “Profile” drop down box.
The settings profile is loaded from the file and apply to the printer options.
Selecting “None” in the “Profile” drop down box cannot restore the initial settings on the
printer driver. To restore the initial settings after selecting a profile, click [Restore
Defaults].
Deleting profile
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Select a profile that you want to delete in the “Profile” drop down
box, and click [Delete].
The Confirm Profile Delete dialog box appears.
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Click [Yes] to delete the selected profile.
Print options
This section describes print options in each tab of the printer driver. This section will help you to
find the description of specific print options, or understand the functions for each print option.
The following example screen is displayed when you select [File] and then [Printing Preferences...] in the Printers folder.
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1) Printer name
Displays the name given to the printer driver when it was installed, or the name it displays on
the icon in the Printer folder.
2) Menu tabs
The menu items of the printer driver are displayed as tabs. Clicking on a tab will display the
contents of the selected tab. The tabs displayed vary depending on the way the print properties are displayed.
- Basic Tab
The Basic tab contains basic print operation settings, such as original paper size, print
paper size, paper source, paper type, orientation, number of copies, and so on.
P.175 “Basic tab”
- Finishing Tab
The Finishing tab allows you to enable sort printing, 2-sided printing, and N-up printing.
P.177 “Finishing tab”
- Paper Handling Tab
The Paper Handling tab contains Cover page printing.
P.181 “Paper Handling tab”
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- Image Quality tab
The Image Quality tab allows you to select how images are printed. You can easily select
appropriate image quality depending on the type of job being printed.
P.183 “Image Quality tab”
- Effect tab
The Effect tab contains print options that add the effects to your print jobs such as Watermarks, Overlay Image printing, and so on.
P.184 “Effect tab”
- Others Tab
The Others tab contains special features such as toner save and so on.
P.188 “Others tab”
- Fonts tab
The Fonts tab allows you to select how the TrueType fonts are printed. This tab is only
displayed when the printer properties are accessed from the Printers folder.
P.190 “Fonts tab”
- Configuration tab
The Configuration tab allows you to configure the options. This tab is only displayed
when the printer properties are accessed from the Printers folder.
P.191 “Configuration tab”
3) Print Job
This sets the type of print job.
- Normal Print
Select this to print a job normally.
- Print to Overlay File
Select this to save the print job as an overlay file that is imposed on other documents.
When you select this, click the button at the right and enter the file name. For example, if
you want to print a master page image on the background of a document, you can create
an overlay file of the master merge image using this option. Then you can print a document using this overlay by specifying this file as an overlay image in the “Overlay Image”
option of the Effect tab.
y If the print job has several pages in the document, only the first page of the document will
be saved as an overlay file.
y Both the overlay file and the documents on which you superimpose the overlay image
must be created at the same size.
y When creating an overlay file using the PS3 printer driver from an application that can
create the PS command directly, the overlay file will not be created properly. In that case,
disable the “Use PostScript Passthrough” option in the PostScript Settings dialog box.
P.189 “PostScript settings”
4) Preview window
In the Preview windows, you can check the current settings in the printer driver. You can
change view type by clicking [Graphics] to display the print options settings graphically or
[Text] to display the print options settings as a texts.
5) Profile
Print option settings can be saved on your hard disk. You can save print option settings by
clicking [Save Profile] and easily load a setting file by selecting a profile name in the drop
down menu.
P.171 “Setting print options using profiles”
6) [Restore Defaults]
Click this to restore the settings to the original factory defaults.
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7) [OK]
Click this to enter the input settings and complete the print options settings.
8) [Cancel]
Click this to cancel the input settings and exit the print options settings.
9) [Apply]
Click this to enter the input settings without closing the print options settings. This button is
only displayed when the printer properties are accessed from the Printers folder for Windows
NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, and Windows Vista. This button remains grayed out until a setting is changed.
10) [Help]
Click this to browse the HELP for the printer driver.
— Basic tab
The Basic tab contains basic print operation settings, such as original paper size, print paper
size, paper source, paper type, orientation, number of copies, and so on. Also this tab allows
you to enable enlarge/reduce printing, sort printing, and 2-sided printing.
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1) Original Paper Size
This selects the size of a document to be printed.
Available original paper sizes are listed below:
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Letter
Ledger
Legal
Statement
Computer
13”LG
A4
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A5
A3
B4
B5
Folio
8K
16K
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Envelope COM10
Envelope Monarch
Envelope DL
Envelope Cho-3
Envelope You-4
To print on envelopes, see the following page:
P.14 “To print on envelopes”
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The default paper size will be “Letter” or “A4” according to the regional setting in the Windows.
2) Print Paper Size
Select this to enlarge or reduce a page image to fit exactly in the selected paper size. If you
do not enable enlarge or reduce printing, select “Same as Original Size”.
3) Manual Scale
Check this box to manually enter the zoom ratio, to enlarge or reduce an image. You can set
any integer from 25 to 400(%) for the zoom ratio. This is not available when Booklet printing
is enabled or any of the drawers is selected for “Paper Source”.
4) Paper Source
This selects the paper source. Please select a paper source that correlates with the printing
size.
- Automatic — Automatically selects the paper set in this equipment according to the
printed document size.
- Drawer1 — Paper is fed from the 1st Drawer.
- Drawer2 — Paper is fed from the 2nd Drawer (Paper Feed Unit (optional)). This cannot
be selected if the Paper Feed Unit (optional) is not installed.
- Drawer3 — Paper is fed from the 3rd Drawer (the upper Drawer of Paper Feed Pedestal
(optional)). This cannot be selected if the Paper Feed Pedestal (optional) is not installed.
- Drawer4 — Paper is fed from the 4th Drawer (the lower Drawer of Paper Feed Pedestal
(optional)). This cannot be selected if the Paper Feed Pedestal (optional) is not installed.
- Bypass Tray — Paper is fed from the Bypass Tray. (When an envelope is selected in the
“Original Paper Size” option, “Paper Source” is automatically set to this.)
The selectable values vary depending on the optional devices installed on this equipment
and their configuration on the Configuration tab.
5) Paper Type
This sets the media type of the paper.
- Plain — Select this when printing on 20 lbs plain paper (64-80 g/m2 plain paper).
- Thick1 — Select this when printing on 24-28 lbs thick paper (81-105 g/m2 thick paper).
- Thick2 — Select this when printing on 32-90 lbs thick paper (106-163 g/m2 thick paper).
- Transparency — Select this when printing on transparent sheets.
- Envelope — When an envelope is selected in the “Print Paper Size” option, “Paper
Type” is automatically set to this.
6) Number of Copies
This sets the number of printed copies. You can set any integer from 1 to 999.
If the data size of a print job exceeds the memory capacity of this equipment, more than one
set of documents with a large number of pages or a large volume of graphics will not be
printed in the correct set numbers. Only one set of the documents and an error report are
printed out.
7) Orientation
This sets the paper printing direction.
- Portrait — The document is printed in the portrait direction.
- Landscape — The document is printed in the landscape direction.
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— Finishing tab
The Finishing tab allows you to enable sort printing, 2-sided printing, and N-up printing.
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1) Copy Handling
This sets how to sort the printed sheet when numerous copies are made for printing.
- Sort Copies — Select this for sort-printing (1, 2, 3... 1, 2, 3...).
- Group Copies — Select this for group-printing (1, 1, 1... 2, 2, 2... 3, 3, 3...).
- Rotated Sort Copies — Select this for rotate sort-printing.
y “Group Copies” and “Rotated Sort Copies” can be selected only when more than 2 copies are entered at the Number of Copies option.
y “Rotated Sort Copies” can be selected only when “Letter”, “A4”, “B5”, or “16K” is selected
at the Print Paper Size option.
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2) 2-Sided Printing
This sets 2-Sided printing (printing on both sides of paper) according to the type of binding
for 2-sided-printed pages.
- None — Select this if you do not want to print on both sides of the paper.
- Book — Select this to print on both sides of the paper in the same direction and to bind
the document along the vertical side of the paper so that the pages can be turned over
right and left.
Landscape
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Portrait
- Tablet — Select this to print on both sides of the paper with a vertical reversal and to bind
the document along the horizontal side of the paper so that the pages can be turned over
up and down.
Portrait
Landscape
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- Booklet — Select this to print a properly paginated booklet or magazine-style publication. When this is selected, click [Details...] to specify the detail of the Booklet printing.
y 2-Sided printing cannot be set when the one of envelopes size in selected at the “Print
Paper Size” drop down menu in the Basic tab.
y 2-Sided printing cannot be set when the following paper type in selected at the “Paper
Type” drop down menu in the Basic tab.
- Thick 1
- Thick 2
- Transparency
y When Booklet printing is performed using the PS3 printer driver from an application that
can create the PS command directly, the overlay image will not be printed. In that case,
disable the “Use PostScript Passthrough” option in the PostScript Settings dialog box.
P.189 “PostScript settings”
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The Booklet Details dialog box appears when you click [Details] of Booklet printing.
Output Document Layout
Select the booklet size to be made.
- A5 on A4 — Select this to print a A5 size booklet. Every 2 pages are printed on A4 paper
to fit on half a sheet (A5).
- A4 on A3 — Select this to print a A4 size booklet. Every 2 pages are printed on A3 paper
to fit on half a sheet (A4).
- B5 on B4 — Select this to print a B5 size booklet. Every 2 pages are printed on B4 paper
to fit on half a sheet (B5).
- Letter-Half on Letter — Select this to print a 1/2 Letter size booklet. Every 2 pages are
printed on Letter paper to fit on half a sheet.
- LT on LD — Select this to print a Letter size booklet. Every 2 pages are printed on Ledger paper to fit on half a sheet (Letter).
- A6 on A5 — Select this to print a A6 size booklet. Every 2 pages are printed on A5 paper
to fit on half a sheet (A6).
- B6 on B5 — Select this to print a B6 size booklet. Every 2 pages are printed on B5 paper
to fit on half a sheet (B6).
- 1/2 LG on LG — Select this to print a 1/2 Legal size booklet. Every 2 pages are printed
on Legal paper to fit on half a sheet.
- 1/2 Comp on Comp — Select this to print a 1/2 Computer size booklet. Every 2 pages
are printed on Computer paper to fit on half a sheet.
- 1/2 Folio on Folio — Select this to print a 1/2 Folio size booklet. Every 2 pages are
printed on Folio paper to fit on half a sheet.
- 1/2 Statement on Statement — Select this to print a 1/2 Statement size booklet. Every 2
pages are printed on Statement paper to fit on half a sheet.
- 1/2 13’LG on 13’LG — Select this to print a 1/2 13inchLG size booklet. Every 2 pages
are printed on 13inchLG paper to fit on half a sheet.
- 32K on 16K — Select this to print a 32K size booklet. Every 2 pages are printed on 16K
paper to fit on half a sheet.
- 16K on 8K — Select this to print a 16K size booklet. Every 2 pages are printed on 8K
paper to fit on half a sheet.
Page Order - From Left to Right
Select this to print the pages from left to right.
Page Order - From Right to Left
Select this to print the pages from right to left.
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Margin - Center
This sets the gutter on the center of two sided page. You can enter up to 0.500 inch (12.700
mm). The printed images will be reduced according to the margin setting.
Margin - Outer
This sets the gutter on the right side and left side on the paper. You can enter up to 1.00 inch
(25.40 mm). The printed images will be reduced according to the margin setting.
Margin - Units
Select the unit for the Center Margin and Outer Margin option. The default unit varies
depending on the regional setting in the Windows.
3) Number of pages per sheet
This sets the printing of multiple pages on one sheet. The pages are reduced to fit the
selected paper size automatically and printed.
- 2 pages — Select this to print images from 2 pages arranged on one sheet.
- 4 pages — Select this to print images from 4 pages arranged on one sheet.
- 6 pages — Select this to print images from 6 pages arranged on one sheet.
- 8 pages — Select this to print images from 8 pages arranged on one sheet.
- 9 pages — Select this to print images from 9 pages arranged on one sheet.
- 16 pages — Select this to print images from 16 pages arranged on one sheet.
Direction of print
This sets how the pages are arranged on one sheet.
- Left to Right — Select this to arrange pages horizontally from the left and printed top to
bottom on one sheet.
- Right to Left — Select this to arranged pages horizontally from the right and printed top
to bottom on one sheet.
- Left to Right by column — Select this to arrange pages vertically from the top and
printed left to right on one sheet.
- Right to Left by column — Select this to arrange pages vertically from the top and
printed right to left on one sheet.
Draw Borders Around Pages
Check this to print borders around each page.
N in 1 printing is not available when Booklet printing is selected in “2-Sided Printing”.
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— Paper Handling tab
The Paper Handling tab contains Cover page printing.
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1) Destination
“Inner Tray” is set by default. (Unselectable)
2) Use Front Cover
This sets front cover printing which allows you to insert or print a cover on a sheet fed from a
different tray than the Paper Source option selected on the Setup tab.
To enable cover printing, check on the box and select the location from where a cover sheet
is to be fed and the print style to be used.
Source
Select the location from where a cover sheet is to be fed. When “Automatic” is selected, the
paper is automatically selected according to the printed document size.
y Selectable paper sources vary depending on the optional devices installed in this equipment and configuration of the print options on each tab.
y When you feed paper from the Bypass Tray, press the [START] button. To cancel printing, press the [CLEAR/STOP] button.
Print Style
This selects how you want to print a cover.
- Do not print on page — Select this to insert a blank cover.
- Print on 1 side of page — Select this to print the first page image on the front side of a
cover.
- Print on both sides of page — Select this to print the first two page images on both
sides of a cover. This is available only when the 2-Sided Printing option is enabled on the
Finishing tab.
If “Print on 1 side of page” is selected while 2-Sided Printing is performed, the first page is
printed on the front side of the cover sheet and the back side of the cover will be blank.
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3) Use Back Cover
This sets back cover printing which allows you to insert or print a back cover on a sheet fed
from a different tray than the Paper Source option selected on the Setup tab.
To enable back cover printing, check on the box and select the location from where a back
cover sheet is to be fed and the print style to be used.
Source
Select the location from where a back cover sheet is to be fed. When “Automatic” is selected,
the paper is automatically selected according to the printed document size.
Selectable paper sources vary depending on the optional devices installed in this equipment
and configuration of the print options on each tab.
Print Style
This selects how you want to print a back cover.
- Do not print on page — Select this to insert a blank cover.
- Print on 1 side of page — Select this to print the last page image on the front side of a
cover.
- Print on both sides of page — Select this to print the last two page images on both
sides of a cover. This is available only when the 2-Sided Printing option is enabled on the
Finishing tab.
y If “Print on 1 side of page” is selected while 2-Sided Printing is performed, the last page is
printed on the front side of the cover sheet and back side of the cover will be blank.
y If “Print on both sides of page” is selected but there is only one page printed on the back
cover, the last page is printed on the front side of the cover sheet and back side of the
cover will be blank.
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— Image Quality tab
The Image Quality Tab allows you to select how images are printed. You can easily select appropriate image quality depending on the type of a document.
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1) Halftone
This sets how halftone are printed.
- Auto — Select this to print automatically using proper halftone depending on the contents in the document. When this is selected, halftone is printed in detail for text, and
smoothly for graphics.
- Detail — Select this to print halftone in detail.
- Smooth — Select this to print halftone smoothly.
“Auto” can be selected only for the PS3 printer driver.
2) Smoothing
Check this to print the texts and graphics smoothly.
3) Distinguish Thin Lines
Check this to print thin lines clearly.
4) Use Black for All Text
Check this to print all texts in 100% black except white texts.
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— Effect tab
The Effect tab contains print options that add the effects to your print jobs such as Watermarks,
Overlay Image printing, and so on.
Effect tab for PCL6
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1) Watermark
This selects the watermark to be used or edited. The following values except “None” are the
default watermarks that have been registered in the printer driver. New watermarks you create are added to the drop down box list.
- None — Select this if no watermark is desired.
The following default watermarks are also displayed in the drop down box:
- TOP SECRET
- CONFIDENTIAL
- DRAFT
- ORIGINAL
- COPY
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[Add]
Click this to create new watermark. The Watermark dialog box appears by clicking on this.
P.186 “Add/Edit watermark”
[Edit]
Select a watermark from the Watermark drop down box and click it to edit the watermark.
The Watermark dialog box appears by clicking on this.
P.186 “Add/Edit watermark”
[Delete]
Select a watermark from the Watermark drop down box and click it to edit a watermark.
y The default watermarks can be deleted but, If deleted, they cannot be restored.
y “None” cannot be deleted.
Print on First Page Only
Check this to print a watermark on the first page only. This setting will become available
when any watermark is selected from the Watermark drop down box.
2) Overlay Image
This selects an overlay image to be used. This feature allows you to print an image on the
background of a print job, although the watermark allows only a text.
y If the print job has several pages in the document, only the first page of the document will
be saved as an overlay file.
y Both the overlay file and the documents on which you superimpose the overlay image
must be created at the same size, orientation, and resolution.
y When printing with Overlay Image using the PS3 printer driver from an application that
can create the PS command directly, the overlay image will not be printed. In that case,
disable the “Use PostScript Passthrough” option in the PostScript Settings dialog box.
P.189 “PostScript settings”
If you want to use an overlay image in your job, you must first create an overlay file. To create an overlay image, create an overlay image with most applications and print it as an overlay file. You can enable creating an overlay file on the Print Job Tab.
P.193 “Creating an overlay file”
[Delete]
Click this to delete the overlay image that you select in the drop down box.
Print over the document
Check this to print overlay image over the document.
3) Rotate 180 degrees
Check on this to perform rotation printing of an image.
4) Mirror
Check on this to perform mirror printing of an image. This print option is available only for the
PS3 printer driver.
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y The mirror printing may not be applied when the application gives priority to the application’s PostScript settings over the printer driver settings.
y When printing from Adobe Acrobat or such applications, the mirror printing does not work
if the “Use PostScript Passthrough” option is enabled in the PostScript settings. To use
the mirror printing, please disable the “Use PostScript Passthrough” option in the PostScript settings.
5) Negative/Positive
Check on this to perform negative printing of an image. This print option is available only for
the PS3 printer driver.
y The negative printing may not be applied when the application gives priority to the application’s PostScript settings over the printer driver settings.
y When printing from Adobe Acrobat or such applications, the Negative/Positive printing
does not work if the “Use PostScript Passthrough” option is enabled in the PostScript settings. To use the Negative/Positive printing, please disable the “Use PostScript
Passthrough” option in the PostScript settings.
Add/Edit watermark
When you click [Add] or [Edit], the Watermark dialog box appears and you can create new
watermark or edit selected watermarks.
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1) X Position
The horizontal position of a watermark is displayed. You can change the position using the
horizontal scroll bar.
2) Y Position
The vertical position of a watermark is displayed. You can change the position using the vertical scroll bar.
3) Units
Select the unit for the “X Position” and “Y Position” field.
4) [Center Watermark]
Click this to automatically move the watermark position to the center.
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5) Caption
Enter the text of a watermark. You can enter up to 63 alphanumeric characters. When you
are editing a watermark, the selected watermark text is displayed in the field.
6) Font Name
Select the font to be used for the watermark text.
7) Style
Select the font style for the watermark text.
- Regular — Select this to set the regular style to the text.
- Bold — Select this to set the bold style to the text.
- Italic — Select this to set the italic style to the text.
- Bold Italic — Select this to set the bold and italic style to the text.
8) Font Size
Enter the font size for the watermark text. The font size can be set from 6 to 300 pt in units of
1 pt.
9) Angle
Enter the degree of angle for rotating the watermark text. The angle can be set from -90 to
90 degrees in units of 1 degree. You can also set the degree of angle by moving the scroll
bar.
10) Solid
Select this to print solid type of watermark.
11) Draw as Outline
Select this to print outline type of watermark.
12) Transparency
Select this to print a transparent watermark. When you select this, set the brightness from 0
(darker) to 100% (lighter) in units of 1%. You can also set the brightness using the scroll bar.
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— Others tab
The Others tab contains print options such as toner saving, custom paper size and so on.
Others Tab for PCL6
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1) Default Menu Setting
Select the default tab that is displayed when opening the properties of printer driver.
2) Toner Save
Check this to print in toner save mode.
When the toner save mode is enabled, printing may become light.
3) Do not Print Blank Pages
Check this ignore blank pages for printing.
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y If Watermark feature is enabled all pages will be printed even when the content is blank.
y The pages that the header or footer exists will be printed even if the content are blank.
4) [PostScript Settings]
Click this to specify the PostScript specific functions. The PostScript Settings dialog box
appears by clicking this. This print option is available only for the PS3 printer driver.
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5) Department
Enter the user’s department code if the system is managed with department codes. Please
ask your administrator for your department code.
If printing is performed with an incorrect department code, a dialog box indicating that it is
incorrect appears. In this case, enter the correct one or stop transmitting. If this dialog box
does not appear, the job becomes invalid and is deleted. An error report is then printed out
from this equipment. (If the “Enable SNMP Communication” check box of the Configuration
tab menu of the printer is checked, an error message appears before the job is deleted.
However, when the job is being printed through a NetWare print server under Windows NT
4.0, the error message does not appear.)
PostScript settings
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1) Output Format
This selects the output format for printing.
- ASCII — The job is sent in the ASCII data format.
- Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) — The job is sent in the EPS format.
- Tagged BCP — Select this to send a job in Tagged Binary format over parallel ports.
- Using Adobe DSC — Select this to send a job with the DSC comments.
The EPS format is usually used for creating an image to import into another document.
Therefore, only the first page of the document will be printed when “Encapsulated PostScript
(EPS)” is selected.
2) Print Error Information
Check on this to print a PS error information page when any errors occur for printing.
3) Compress Bitmap
Check on this to send compress bitmaps to this equipment.
4) Use PostScript Passthrough
Check this for PostScript data created by the application to be passed through to this equipment.
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If this option is enabled, the following print options may not work correctly when printing from
the application that creates the PostScript code for printing such as Adobe Acrobat. In that
case, please disable this option for printing.
- Manual Scale
- Print Paper Size
- Paper Type
- User Front Cover
- User Back Cover
- Booklet
- Multiple Pages per Sheet
- All options in the Effect tab
- All options in the Image Quality tab
— Fonts tab
The Fonts tab allows you to select how the TrueType fonts are printed. The following figure is the
Fonts Tab for the PS3 printer driver.
The Fonts tab can be displayed only from the Printers folder (and not displayed when displaying
the properties from the application’s Print dialog box).
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1) TrueType Options
This sets how to print TrueType fonts.
- Always Use TrueType Fonts — Select this to print the document the same as the print
image shown on the screen. All TrueType fonts are extracted on the system for printing.
- Always Use Printer Fonts — Select this to substitute the TrueType fonts with the internal fonts for printing. The print result may differ from the print image on the screen.
- Use Font Substitution Table — Select this to substitute the TrueType fonts using the
internal fonts according to the settings of the font substitution table. You can edit the font
substitution table that is displayed at the Substitution Table Edit table.
- Download as Bitmap — Select this to print the document as same as the image shown
on the screen.
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y The default value will be “Always Use TrueType Fonts” for the PCL6 printer driver.
y The default value will be “Use Font Substitution Table” for the PS3 printer driver.
2) Substitution Table Edit
This table shows how each TrueType font is substituted. You can edit the substitution setting
for each TrueType font. In this table, the TrueType font names are displayed in the TrueType
Font column, and how the TrueType font is printed is shown in the Use Printer Font column.
To edit the substitution table, select the TrueType font that you want to edit from the table,
and select how the TrueType font is printed at the Printer Font For drop down box.
At the Printer Font For drop down box, you can select “Download as Soft Font” to send the
TrueType fonts in Type 42 format, or other available printer fonts to be substituted. The
printer fonts displayed in the drop down box differ depending on the TrueType fonts.
3) [Run Font Manager]
Click this to run the Font Manager. This is not available if the Font Manager is not installed.
The [Run Font Manager] button is not displayed for the PCL6 printer driver.
— Configuration tab
The Configuration Tab allows you to configure options. When any optional unit is installed in this
equipment, set the configuration of the machine on this tab.
The Configuration tab can be displayed only from the Printers folder (and not displayed when
displaying the properties from the application’s Print dialog box).
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1) Model Selection
Select the model name of this equipment.
2) Automatic Duplexing Unit
Check this when the Automatic Duplexing Unit (optional) is installed.
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3) Drawers
Select the current drawer configuration.
- Drawer 1 – Select this when only the Drawer 1 is installed and any optional drawers are
not installed.
- Drawer 1 & Drawer 2 – Select this when the Drawer 2 (optional) is installed as well as
the Drawer 1.
- Drawer 1, 2 & Drawer 3 – Select this when the Drawers 2 and 3 are installed as well as
the Drawer 1.
- Drawer1, 2 & Drawer 3, 4 – Select this when the Drawers 2, 3 and 4 are installed as well
as the Drawer 1.
4) Enable SNMP Communication
Check this to enable obtaining the configuration information from this equipment.
- Update Automatically: Select this when option configuration information needs to be
updated automatically.
- Manual: Select this when option configuration information needs to be updated manually.
Click [Update Now] to update the information.
5) [Drawer Settings]
Click this to set the paper size and paper type of each drawer. The Drawer Settings dialog
box appears by clicking this.
Paper Size
Select the paper size set in each drawer.
Paper Type
Select the paper type set in each drawer. The paper types for the 1st drawer to 4th drawer
are fixed to “Plain”.
6) [Version Information]
Click this to display the Version Information dialog box.
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Printing with extended print functionality
In this section, procedures are given to print various types of print job, using the layout and finishing options. This section can help you to find a print method that you desired.
Printing various print job types
The printer drivers provide the way to handle an overlay image file in addition to normal printing.
— Creating an overlay file
You can print a document as an overlay file. The created overlay file can then be merged into
another document during printing.
P.204 “Printing with an Overlay File”
y If the print job has several pages in the document, only the first page of the document will be
saved as an overlay file.
y Both the overlay file and the documents on which you superimpose the overlay image must
be created at the same size and orientation.
y When creating an overlay file using the PS3 printer driver from an application that can create
the PS command directly, the overlay file will not be created properly. In that case, disable
the “Use PostScript Passthrough” option in the PostScript Settings dialog box.
P.189 “PostScript settings”
Printing a document as an overlay file
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Select “Print to Overlay File” in the “Print Job” drop down menu.
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Click […] on the right side of the drop down menu.
The Overlay Image Name dialog box appears.
Enter a overlay image name and then click [OK].
You can enter up to 63 characters.
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Set any other print options you require and click [OK].
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Click [OK] or [Print] to send a print job.
The document is saved as an overly file.
You can use created overly file to print a document.
P.204 “Printing with an Overlay File”
Printing with various layout and finishing options
Printer drivers allows you to create a print job with layout options to make your document more
essential. Also you can enable finishing options that determine how the jobs are output, such as
sorting and creating a booklet.
— Sort printing
You can select how multiple copies of a document to be output, such as separately for each
copy, grouping each page, and alternating the paper direction for each copies.
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Display the Basic tab and enter the number of copies to be printed
at the “Number of Copies” field.
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Display the Finishing tab and select “Sort Copies” icon at “Copy
Handling”.
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Set other print options you require and click [OK].
Click [OK] or [Print] to send a print job.
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Output with grouping of each page within a set
For example, assume that you have a three page job (A, B, C) and you want three copies of
each page in this order (AAA, BBB, CCC).
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Display the Basic tab and enter the number of copies to be printed
at the “Number of Copies” field.
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Display the Finishing tab and select “Group Copies” icon at “Copy
Handling”.
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Set other print options you require and click [OK].
Click [OK] or [Print] to send a print job.
The print job is output separately for each page.
Output in a different direction for each copy
Rotated Sort Copies can be enabled only when printing on Letter, A4, B5 or 16K.
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Display the Basic tab and enter the number of copies to be printed
at the “Number of Copies” field.
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Display the Finishing tab and select “Rotated Sort” icon at “Copy
Handling”.
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Set other print options you require and click [OK].
Click [OK] or [Print] to send a print job.
The print job is output in different direction for each copy.
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— Enlarge/Reduce Printing
You can automatically enlarge or reduce a document image to fit a specified paper size, or manually set the zoom ratio to enlarge or reduce the image.
Printing enlarged or reduced image to fit specified paper size
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Display the Basic tab and select the document size on the “Original
Paper Size” drop down box. Then select the paper size that you
want to print at the “Print Paper Size” drop down box.
The document image is automatically enlarged or reduced depending on the original
paper size and print paper size.
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Set other print options you require and click [OK].
Click [OK] or [Print] to send a print job.
Enlarged or reduced image is printed to fit specified paper size.
Printing an enlarged or reduced image by specifying the zoom ratio manually
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Display the Basic tab and check the “Manual Scale” box. Then
enter the percentage of zoom ratio.
The zoom ratio can be set from 25% to 400% in units of 1%.
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Set other print options you require and click [OK].
Click [OK] or [Print] to send a print job.
Enlarged or reduced image is printed by specified zoom ratio.
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— Printing on Both Sides of a Sheet
You can print on both sides of the paper.
Printing both sides of paper
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Display the Finishing tab, check the “2-Sided Printing” check box
and select the direction to be printed.
Book — Select this to print on both sides of the paper in a vertically direction, so the
pages can be bound and turned over right and left.
Tablet — Select this to print on both sides of the paper in a vertical reversal motion, so
the pages can be bound and turned over up and down.
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Set other print options you require and click [OK].
Click [OK] or [Print] to send a print job.
The print job is printed on both side of paper in the specified direction.
— Printing front covers or back covers from different paper sources
You can print paper for front covers or back covers by feeding from different paper source.
Printing or inserting a front cover and back cover
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Display the Paper Handling tab.
To print or insert a front cover, check the “Use Front Cover” box
and select the drawer where the cover paper is loaded at the
“Source” drop down menu. Then select whether inserting a blank
cover or printed front cover at the “Print Style” drop down menu.
Do not print on page — Select this to insert a blank cover.
Print on 1 side of page — Select this to print the first page image on the front side of a
cover.
Print on both sides of page — Select this to print the first two page images on both
sides of a cover.
y When “Automatic” is selected in the “Source” drop down box, the paper is automatically selected according to the printed document size.
y “Print on both sides of page” is available only when 2-Sided printing is enabled at the
Setup tab.
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To print or insert a back cover, check the “Use Back Cover” box
and set the “Source” and “Print Style” options that you require.
How to set the Source and Print Style options are the same as “Use Front Cover” option.
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Set other print options you require and click [OK].
Click [OK] or [Print] to send a print job.
A front cover and back cover are printed or inserted for output.
— Printing booklets
Printing in normal booklet mode produces a document that, when folded, becomes a properly
paginated booklet or magazine-style publication.
For example, if you create a document on letter-size paper (8½ x 11 inches) and then print in
booklet mode, the yield is a 5½-x-8½-inch booklet. Each page has been scaled to fit on half a
sheet and reordered so that the booklet is properly paginated when folded.
To retain your original document size when printing booklets, select the booklet size same as
your original document size. Then, your 8½-inch document is printed on ledger size paper (11 x
17 inches) and reordered so that, when folded, the yield is an 8½-x-11-inch booklet. You can
select from the following page-size options when printing a tiled booklet:
y Letter Booklet on Ledger
y A4 Booklet on A3
y B5 Booklet on B4
When Booklet printing is performed using the PS3 printer driver from an application that can create the PS command directly, the overlay image will not be printed. In that case, disable the “Use
PostScript Passthrough” option in the PostScript Settings dialog box.
P.189 “PostScript settings”
You can create a booklet by folding printed paper along the center by yourself.
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Display the Finishing tab.
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Click [Details...].
Check the “2-Sided Printing” box and select the “Booklet” icon.
The Booklet Details dialog box appears.
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Select the a booklet size at the “Output Document Layout” drop
down menu.
A5 on A4 — Select this to print a A5 size booklet. Every 2 pages are printed on A4 paper
to fit on half a sheet (A5).
A4 on A3 — Select this to print a A4 size booklet. Every 2 pages are printed on A3 paper
to fit on half a sheet (A4).
B5 on B4 — Select this to print a B5 size booklet. Every 2 pages are printed on B4 paper
to fit on half a sheet (B5).
B6 on B5 — Select this to print a B6 size booklet. Every 2 pages are printed on B5 paper
to fit on half a sheet (B6).
1/2 Folio on Folio — Select this to print a 1/2 Folio size booklet. Every 2 pages are
printed on Folio paper to fit on half a sheet.
A6 on A5 — Select this to print a A6 size booklet. Every 2 pages are printed on A5 paper
to fit on half a sheet (A6).
Letter-Half on Letter — Select this to print a 1/2 Letter size booklet. Every 2 pages are
printed on Letter paper to fit on half a sheet.
LT on LD — Select this to print a Letter size booklet. Every 2 pages are printed on
Ledger paper to fit on half a sheet (Letter).
1/2 LG on LG — Select this to print a 1/2 Legal size booklet. Every 2 pages are printed
on Legal paper to fit on half a sheet.
1/2 Statement on Statement — Select this to print a 1/2 Statement size booklet. Every 2
pages are printed on Statement paper to fit on half a sheet.
1/2 Comp on Comp — Select this to print a 1/2 Computer size booklet. Every 2 pages
are printed on Computer paper to fit on half a sheet.
1/2 13LG on 13LG — Select this to print a 1/2 13inchLG size booklet. Every 2 pages are
printed on 13inchLG paper to fit on half a sheet.
32K on 16K — Select this to print a 32K size booklet. Every 2 pages are printed on 16K
paper to fit on half a sheet.
16K on 8K — Select this to print a 16K size booklet. Every 2 pages are printed on 8K
paper to fit on half a sheet.
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Select the page order for booklet in the “Page Order” option.
From Left to Right — Select this to print the pages from left to right.
From Right to Left — Select this to print the pages from right to left.
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If you want to add a margin space between facing pages, enter a
width in the “Center” field, and if you want to add a margin on the
outside edge, enter a width in the “Outer” field.
You can change the unit of the margin at the “Units”.
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Set any other print options you require and click [OK].
Click [OK] or [Print] to send the print job.
The print job is printed as a booklet.
— Printing several reduced pages per sheet
The N-up feature allows you to condense and print several pages of a document on one sheet of
paper. This feature is very useful for browsing a large number of pages for appearance or page
order.
For example, to check the navigation path of a number of web pages or review the narrative of a
slide presentation, using N-up is not only convenient but conserves paper as well.
If you are using the Image Overlay feature in combination with N-up printing, the overlay prints
once per sheet, rather than once per page.
Printing multiple pages per sheet
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Display the Finishing tab.
Select how many pages you want to print on a single sheet at the
“Number of pages per sheet” drop down menu.
2 pages — Select this to print images from 2 pages arranged on one sheet.
4 pages — Select this to print images from 4 pages arranged on one sheet.
6 pages — Select this to print images from 6 pages arranged on one sheet.
8 pages — Select this to print images from 8 pages arranged on one sheet.
9 pages — Select this to print images from 9 pages arranged on one sheet.
16 pages — Select this to print images from 16 pages arranged on one sheet.
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Select how the pages are arranged on one sheet in the “Direction of
print” option.
Left to Right — Select this to arrange pages horizontally from the left and printed top to
bottom on one sheet.
Right to Left — Select this to arranged pages horizontally from the right and printed top
to bottom on one sheet.
Left to Right by column — Select this to arrange pages vertically from the top and
printed left to right on one sheet.
Right to Left by column — Select this to arrange pages vertically from the top and
printed right to left on one sheet.
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If you want to draw a line around each page, check the “Draw Borders Around Pages” box.
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Set any other print options you require and click [OK].
Click [OK] or [Print] to send the print job.
Multiple pages are printed per sheet.
— Using watermarks
Watermarks overprint your document with useful information, such as “Confidential,” “Draft,” or
“Original.” You can choose from several predefined watermarks or you can create and save your
own custom watermarks.
A watermark cannot be used for an overlay file. If “Print to Overlay File” is selected in Print Job
tab, the watermark setting items are grayed and cannot be set.
Watermarks are text only. To add graphics or other document elements, use image overlays
instead.
P.204 “Printing with an Overlay File”
Printing a watermark
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Display the Effect tab and select the watermark to be printed at the
“Watermark” drop down box.
You can create a new watermark if the watermark that you prefer is not listed in the drop
down menu.
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If you want to print the watermark on only the first page, check on
the “Print on First Page Only” box.
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Set other print options you require and click [OK].
Click [OK] or [Print] to send a print job.
The print job is printed with the watermark.
Creating or editing a watermark
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Click [Add] to create new watermark, or select a watermark that you
want to edit and click [Edit] to edit a watermark.
The Watermark dialog box appears.
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Enter the watermark text in the “Caption” field.
You can enter up to 63 characters for the “Caption” field.
Select a font for the watermark at the “Font Name” drop down box.
Select a font style for the watermark at the “Style” drop down box.
Enter the font size in the “Font Size” field.
You can enter any integer between 6 to 300pt in units of 1pt.
To rotate the watermark, enter the degrees in the “Angle” field.
y You can enter from -90 degrees to 90 degrees in units of 1 degree in the “Angle” field.
y You can also set the angle using the scroll bar.
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Select how the watermark text is printed from “Solid”, “Draw as
Outline”, and “Transparency”.
Solid — Select this to print solid type of watermark.
Draw as Outline — Select this to print an outline type of watermark.
Transparency — Select this for a transparent watermark. Set the transparent ratio from
0 to 100% in units of 1%. You can also set the transparent ratio using the scroll bar.
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Click [OK] to save the watermark settings.
The watermark is added or edited.
Deleting a watermark
You can delete the default watermarks. However, they cannot be restored by clicking the
[Restore Defaults] button.
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Select a watermark that you want to delete at the “Watermark” drop
down box.
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Click [Delete].
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— Printing with an Overlay File
Using image overlays ensures that widely-used images are readily available and consistently
reproduced. Image overlays are independent documents that are merged into other documents
during printing and thereby increase the time required to print a job. To superimpose text on your
document, it may be faster to use watermarks.
To print with an overlay file, you should create an overlay file first.
P.193 “Creating an overlay file”
y If you use Image Overlays in combination with the N-up feature, the image overlay is printed
once per sheet, not once per page.
y Both the overlay file and the documents on which you superimpose the overlay image must
be created at the same size and orientation.
y When creating an overlay file using the PS3 printer driver from an application that can create
the PS command directly, the overlay file will not be created properly. In that case, disable
the “Use PostScript Passthrough” option in the PostScript Settings dialog box.
P.189 “PostScript settings”
Printing an overlay image on a print job
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Display the Effect tab and select the overlay image name to be used
in the “Overlay Image” drop down box.
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Set other print options you require and click [OK].
Click [OK] or [Print] to send a print job.
The print job is printed with the overlay image.
Deleting an overlay file
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Select the overlay file that you want to delete at the “Overlay
Image” drop down box.
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Click [Delete].
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Printing from Macintosh
This equipment supports printing from Macintosh applications.
Printing from application on Mac OS 8.6 to 9.x
Once you have installed the PPD file as described in the section P.119 “Installing the printer
on Mac OS 8.6/9.x”, you can print directly from most Mac OS applications.
How to print from Mac OS 8.6 or 9.x
Before you can print to this equipment from applications, you must select it in the Chooser.
Then, using the LaserWriter 8 printer driver and the correct PostScript Printer Description file
(PPD), you can control the system’s various printing features by specifying job settings from
print dialog boxes.
— Selecting the printer in the Chooser
Before printing from applications, you must select the equipment in the Chooser.
Setting the LaserWriter 8 printer in the Chooser
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Click Apple menu and select [Chooser].
The Chooser window appears.
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Select the LaserWriter 8 icon and select the equipment in the
“Select a PostScript Printer” list.
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Close the Chooser window.
The LaserWriter 8 printer driver remains selected as the current printer until you choose
a new printer.
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— Setting options and printing from Macintosh computer
In Mac OS applications, print options are set from both the Page Setup dialog box and the Print
dialog box.
Printing from Macintosh applications
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Open a file and select [Page Setup] from the [File] menu of the
application.
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Select the name of the equipment at the “Format for” drop down
box and specify the Page Setup settings for your print job.
Setting the Page Setup varies depending on how you want to print a document.
P.208 “Print options for page setup dialog on Mac OS 8.6/9.x”
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Click [OK] to save the Page Setup settings.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu of the application.
In the dialog box that appears, make sure the name of the equipment is selected at the “Printer” menu and specify the Print settings for your print job.
Setting the Print Setup varies depending on how you want to print a document.
P.209 “Print options for print dialog on Mac OS 8.6/9.x”
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Click [Print] to print a document.
y When the department management is enabled, if printing is performed with an incorrect department code, a dialog box indicating that it is incorrect appears. In this case,
enter the correct one or stop transmitting. If this dialog box does not appear, the job
becomes invalid and is deleted. An error report is then printed out from this equipment.
y If the data size of a print job exceeds the memory capacity of this equipment, more
than one set of documents with a large number of pages or a large volume of graphics will not be printed in the correct set numbers. Only one set of the documents and
an error report are printed out.
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Print options for page setup dialog on Mac OS 8.6/9.x
The Page Setup dialog boxes can be displayed by selecting the [Page Setup] command from
the [File] menu of the application.
In the Page Setup dialog boxes, you can specify the Page Attribute settings.
y The Page Setup dialog boxes vary across applications.
y The PostScript Options window contains the setting items that are generally provided by the
LaserWriter 8 printer driver. For details of the PostScript Options, please refer to the Balloon
Help on the Mac OS.
— Page Attributes
In the Page Attributes menu, you can specify the paper size, orientation, and scale.
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1) Format for
This selects the printer to be used for printing.
2) Paper
This selects the size of a document to be printed.
Available original paper sizes are listed below:
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Letter
Ledger
Legal
Statement
Computer
13”LG
8.5”SQ
A4
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A5
A3
B4
B5
Folio
A6
8K
16K
3) Orientation
This sets the paper printing direction.
- Portrait — The document is printed in the portrait direction.
- Landscape — The document is printed in the landscape direction.
4) Scale
This changes the size of the printed image on the page. Enter the zoom ratio to enlarge or
reduce an image. You can set any integer from 25 to 400(%) for the zoom ratio.
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The Print dialog boxes can be displayed by selecting the [Print] command from the [File] menu
of the application.
In the Print dialog boxes, you can display the General window, Background Printing window,
Color Matching window, Cover Page window, Font Settings window, Job Logging window, Layout window, Finishing Save as File window, Options window, Printing Modes window, Booklet
Mode Options window, Watermark Printing Options window, and Quality window.
The Print dialog boxes vary across applications.
— General
In the General menu, you can set the general print options such as number of copies, sort printing.
1
2
3
4
1) Copies
This sets the number of printed copies. You can set any integer from 1 to 9999.
If the data size of a print job exceeds the memory capacity of this equipment, more than one
set of documents with a large number of pages or a large volume of graphics will not be
printed in the correct set numbers. Only one set of the documents and an error report are
printed out.
2) Collated
Check this for sort-printing (1, 2, 3... 1, 2, 3...)
3) Pages
This sets the pages to be printed.
- All — Select this to print all pages.
- From/To — Select this to specify the pages to be printed. Enter the page range in the
From and To field.
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4) Paper Source
This selects the source for feeding paper. Please select a paper source that correlates with
the printing size.
- All pages from — Select this to use the same paper source for all pages. Select the
paper source or paper type at the pop-up menu on the right.
- First page from — Select this to use the different paper source for the first page from the
remaining pages. Select the paper source or paper type for the first page at the pop-up
menu on the right.
- Remaining from — Select the paper source or paper type for the remaining pages at the
pop-up menu on the right when you select the First page from option.
— Color Matching
This sets the color matching for printing.
1
2
3
1) Print Color
Select “Color/Grayscale” to print to this equipment. Other selections are not supported by
this equipment.
2) Intent
Do not specify this because “ColorSync Color Matching” and “PostScript Color Matching” at
the “Print Color” drop down box are not supported.
3) Printer Profile
Do not specify this because “ColorSync Color Matching” and “PostScript Color Matching” at
the “Print Color” drop down box are not supported.
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— Background Printing
In the Background Printing menu, you can set how the print job is spooled.
1
2
1) Print in
This sets how the print job is spooled.
- Foreground (no spool file) — Select this to disable any operation on the computer until
printing is completed.
- Background — Select this to enable any operation on the computer during printing.
2) Print Time
This sets the schedule for printing.
- Urgent — Select this to print a job immediately.
- Normal — Select this to print a job normally.
- Print at — Select this to specify the time that the print job is sent to this equipment. Specify the time and date when this is selected.
- Put Document on Hold — Select this to hold the print job in the desktop print queue. To
send the print job held in the desktop print queue, double-click the printer icon on the
desktop and activate the print job.
— Save as File
The Save as File window contains the setting items that are generally provided by the LaserWriter 8 printer driver.
For details of the Save as File window, please refer to the Balloon Help on the Mac OS.
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— Font Settings
In the Font Settings menu, you can set how the fonts are printed.
1
2
3
4
1) Annotate Font Keys
Check this to annotate font keys for printing.
2) Preferred Format
This sets the whether Type 1 fonts or TrueType fonts are used for printing.
- Type 1 — Select this to print fonts using Type 1 fonts.
- TrueType — Select this to print fonts using TrueType fonts.
3) Always Download needed fonts
Check this to always download fonts for printing.
4) Never generate Type 42 format
Check this not to generate the Type 42 format.
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— Layout
In the Layout menu, you can set N-up printing and 2-Sided printing.
1
2
3
4
5
1) Pages per sheet
This sets the printing of multiple pages on one sheet. The pages are reduced to fit the
selected paper size automatically.
- 1 — Select this if do not wish to enable N-up printing.
- 2 — Select this to print images from 2 pages arranged on one sheet.
- 4 — Select this to print images from 4 pages arranged horizontally and printed top to bottom on one sheet.
- 6 — Select this to print images from 6 pages arranged horizontally and printed top to bottom on one sheet.
- 9 — Select this to print images from 9 pages arranged horizontally and printed top to bottom on one sheet.
- 16 — Select this to print images from 16 pages arranged horizontally and printed top to
bottom on one sheet.
- 4 (Down Before Across) — Select this to print images from 4 pages arranged vertically
from the top and printed horizontally on one sheet.
- 6 (Down Before Across) — Select this to print images from 6 pages arranged vertically
from the top and printed horizontally on one sheet.
- 9 (Down Before Across) — Select this to print images from 9 pages arranged vertically
from the top and printed horizontally on one sheet.
- 16 (Down Before Across) — Select this to print images from 16 pages arranged vertically from the top and printed horizontally on one sheet.
2) Layout direction
This sets pages to be printed from left to right or right to left. It is available only when the Nup printing (printing a page on multiple sheets) is set.
3) Border
Select whether a border line is to be drawn on each page. It is available only when the N-up
printing (printing a page on multiple sheets) is set.
- None — Select this if no border line to be drawn.
- Single hairline — Select this to draw a single hairline for the border.
- Single thin line — Select this to draw a single thin line for the border.
- Double hairline — Select this to draw a double hairline for the border.
- Double thin line — Select this to draw a double thin line for the border.
4) Print on Both Sides
Check this to print on both sides of the paper. When checked, select the binding direction at
the “Binding” option.
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5) Binding
This sets the type of binding for 2-sided-printed pages.
- Long Edge Binding — Select this to bind along the long edge side of paper. The direction to be printed on the back side of the paper differs depending on the orientation.
Landscape
1
2
1
2
Portrait
- Short Edge Binding — Select this to bind along the short edge side of paper. The direction to be printed on the back side of the paper differs depending on the orientation.
Portrait
Landscape
2
1
2
1
— Job Logging
In the Job Logging menu, you can set the error handling and generate job logs.
1
3
2
1) If there is PostScript error
This sets whether reporting the error or not.
- No special reporting — Select this not to report an error.
- Summarize on screen — Select this to report on the screen when a PostScript error
occurs.
- Print detailed report — Select this to print a detailed report when a PostScript error
occurs.
2) Job Documentation
This sets whether job logs or job copies are generated or not.
- Generate Job Copy — Check this to generate a job copy. If enabled, a job copy is generated in the folder which is specified at the “Job Documentation Folder”.
- Generate Job Log — Check this to generate a job log. If enabled, a job log is generated
in the folder which is specified at the “Job Documentation Folder”.
3) Job Documentation Folder
The folder where job copies and job logs are stored is displayed. To change the folder, click
[Change] and select a different folder.
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— Cover Page
In the Cover Page menu, you can set whether a print job is sent with a banner page. The banner page includes information about owner of the job, job name, application name, date and
time, printer name, and number of copies.
1
2
1) Print Cover Page
This sets how a banner page is inserted.
- None — Select this not to print a banner page.
- Before Document — Select this to print a banner page before the document. When this
is selected, select the paper source at the Cover Page Paper Source option.
- After Document — Select this to print a banner page after the document. When this is
selected, select the paper source at the Cover Page Paper Source option.
2) Cover Page Paper Source
Select the paper source when you set to print a banner page.
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— Printing Modes
In the Printing Mode menu, you can set the way this equipment handles the print job.
1
2
3
4
1) Print Mode
This sets the type of print job.
- Normal — Select this to print a job normally.(Not selectable)
2) Department Code
Select whether a department code is required for printing. When this is enabled, specify the
5-digit department code in the field next to the drop down box.
Enabling the department code depends on whether this equipment is managed with department codes or not. Please ask your administrator for your department code.
If printing is performed with an incorrect department code, the job becomes invalid and is
deleted. An error report is then printed out.
3) Distinguish Thin Lines
Select whether you require thin line printing.
4) Do not Print Blank Pages
Select whether you require printing blank pages.
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— Watermark Options
In the Watermark Options (A) and Watermark Options (B) menu, you can enable watermark
printing.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1) Watermarking
This sets the printing of a watermark.
2) Watermark Text
Select the watermark text to be printed. If there is not a preferred watermark in the list, enter
the watermark text in the field displayed.
3) Watermark Text Size
Select the font size of watermark text. If there is not a preferred font size in the list, enter the
font size by points. You can enter from 4 points to 400 points in units of 1 point.
4) Watermark Text Angle
Select the degree of angle for rotating the watermark text. If there is not a preferred angle in
the list, enter the degrees from -90 to 90 degrees in units of 1 degree.
5) Watermark Gray Level
Select the gray level of the watermark text color. If there is not preferred gray level in the list,
enter the percentage from 1% to 100% in units of 1%.
6) Watermark Font
Select the font family for the watermark text.
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7) Watermark Position
Select the position of the watermark text. If there is not preferred position in the list, enter the
X position and Y position manually.
8) Watermark Outline
Select the outline points or “Filled” to print a watermark as a solid text. If there is not a preferred point listed, enter from 0.1 points to 20 points in units of 0.1 points.
— Quality
In the Quality menu, you can specify various image quality features.
1
2
3
1) Halftone
This sets how halftone is printed.
- Auto — select this to print halftone automatically.
- Detail — Select this to print halftone in detail.
- Smooth — Select this to print halftone smoothly.
2) Smoothing
Select whether printing the texts and graphics smoothly.
3) Toner Save
Select this to print in the toner save mode.
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Printing from application on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.4.x
Once you have installed the PPD file as described in P.125 “Installing the printer on Mac OS
X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.4.x”, you can print directly from most Mac OS applications.
If you print a PDF file with “Preview” application on Mac OS 10.2.x, the page order will be incorrect. Please use Adobe Acrobat Reader.
How to print from Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.4.x
All writers are managed within the Print Center utility and there is no need to switch the printer.
Once you add a printer to the Printer List, all printers can be selected directly from Print Setup
dialog box.
— Setting options and printing from Macintosh computers
In Mac OS applications, print options are set from both the Page Setup dialog box and the Print
dialog box.
Printing from Macintosh applications
1
Open a file and select [Page Setup] from the [File] menu of the
application.
2
Select the name of the equipment at the “Format for” drop down
box and specify the Page Setup settings for your print job.
Setting the Page Setup varies depending on how you want to print a document.
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4
Click [OK] to save the Page Setup settings.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu of the application.
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5
In the dialog box that appears, make sure the name of the equipment is selected at the “Printer” menu and specify the Print settings for your print job.
Setting the Print Setup varies depending on how you want to print a document.
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Click [Print] to print a document.
y When the department management is enabled, if printing is performed with an incorrect department code, a dialog box indicating that it is incorrect appears. In this case,
enter the correct one or stop transmitting. If this dialog box does not appear, the job
becomes invalid and is deleted. An error report is then printed out from this equipment.
y If the data size of a print job exceeds the memory capacity of this equipment, more
than one set of documents with a large number of pages or a large volume of graphics will not be printed in the correct set numbers. Only one set of the documents and
an error report are printed out.
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Print options for page setup dialog on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac
OS X 10.4.x
The Page Setup dialog boxes can be displayed by selecting the [Page Setup] command from
the [File] menu of the application.
In the Page Setup dialog boxes, you can specify the Page Attribute settings.
The Page Setup dialog boxes vary across applications.
— Page Attributes
1
2
3
4
1) Format for
This select the printer to be used for printing.
2) Paper Size
This selects the size of a document to be printed.
Available original paper sizes are listed below:
y
y
y
y
y
y
US Letter
Tabloid (Ledger)
US Legal
Statement
Computer
13”LG
y
y
y
y
y
y
A4
A5
A3
JB4
JB5
Folio
y 8K
y 16K
3) Orientation
This sets the paper printing direction.
- Portrait — The document is printed in the portrait direction.
- Landscape (90 degree) — The document is printed in the landscape direction from left.
- Landscape (270 degree) — The document is printed in the landscape direction from
right.
4) Scale
This changes the size of the printed image on the page. Enter the zoom ratio to enlarge or
reduce an image. You can set any integer from 25 to 400(%) for the zoom ratio.
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Print options for print dialog on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X
10.4.x
The Print dialog boxes can be displayed by selecting the [Print] command from the [File] menu
of the application.
In the Print dialog boxes, you can specify the following items:
The menus in the Print dialog box are different between Mac OS 10.2.x, Mac OS X 10.3.x, and
10.4.x. The following table shows the menus that are displayed for each Mac OS version and
references the descriptions of the screens.
Menu
Submenu
10.2.x
10.3.x
10.4.x
Copies & Pages
9
9
9
P.223 “Copies & Pages”
Layout
9
9
9
P.224 “Layout”
Duplex
9
Output Options
9
P.226 “Duplex on Mac OS X
10.2.4 to 10.2.8”
P.227 “Output Options on Mac
OS X 10.2.4 to 10.2.8/10.3.x”
9
Scheduler
9
9
P.228 “Scheduler on Mac OS X
10.3.x/10.4.x”
Paper Handling
9
9
P.229 “Paper Handling on Mac
OS X 10.3.x/10.4.x”
ColorSync
9
9
P.231 “ColorSync on Mac OS X
10.3.x/10.4.x”
Cover Page
9
9
P.231 “Cover Page OS X
10.3.x/10.4.x”
Error Handling
9
9
9
P.232 “Error Handling”
Paper Feed
9
9
9
P.233 “Paper Feed”
9
9
P.234 “Print Mode on Mac OS X
10.3.x/10.4.x”
Print Mode
Printer Features
Printing Modes
9
P.235 “Printing Modes on Mac
OS X 10.2.4 to 10.2.8”
Quality
9
P.236 “Quality on Mac OS X
10.2.4 to 10.2.8”
DC
9
P.237 “Printing Modes DC
(Department Code) on Mac OS X
10.2.4 to 10.2.8”
Printer Features
Summary
9
9
9
P.238 “Printer Features on Mac
OS X 10.3.x/10.4.x”
9
9
P.238 “Summary”
The Print dialog boxes vary across applications.
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— Copies & Pages
In the Copies & Pages menu, you can set you can set the general print options such as number
of copies, sort printing.
1
3
2
1) Copies
This sets the number of printed copies. The maximum number of printed copies depends on
the OS version.
If the data size of a print job exceeds the memory capacity of this equipment, more than one
set of documents with a large number of pages or a large volume of graphics will not be
printed in the correct set numbers. Only one set of the documents and an error report are
printed out.
2) Collated
Check this for sort-printing (1, 2, 3... 1, 2, 3...)
3) Pages
This sets the pages to be printed.
- All — Select this to print all pages.
- From/To — Select this to specify the pages to be printed. Enter the page range in the
From and To field.
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— Layout
In the Layout menu, you can set N-up printing (multiple pages per sheets). The items in the Layout menu vary depending on the Mac OS version.
For Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.2.8
1
2
3
For Mac OS X 10.3.x/10.4.x
1
2
3
4
1) Pages per Sheet
This sets the number of multiple pages printed on one sheet. The pages are reduced to fit
the selected paper size automatically and are printed.
- 1 — Select this if do not wish to enable N-up printing.
- 2 — Select this to print images from 2 pages arranged on one sheet.
- 4 — Select this to print images from 4 pages arranged on one sheet.
- 6 — Select this to print images from 6 pages arranged on one sheet.
- 9 — Select this to print images from 9 pages arranged on one sheet.
- 16 — Select this to print images from 16 pages arranged on one sheet.
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2) Layout Direction
This sets how pages are arranged on one sheet. This is available only when the N-up printing (printing a page on multiple sheets) is set.
- Across Left to Right Before Down — Pages arranged horizontally from left to right and
then top to bottom on one sheet.
- Across Right to Left Before Down — Pages arranged horizontally from right to left and
then top to bottom on one sheet.
- Down Before Across Left to Right — Pages arranged vertically from top to down and
then left to right on one sheet.
- Down Before Across Right to Left — Pages arranged vertically from top to down and
then right to left on one sheet.
3) Border
Select if a border line is to be drawn on each page. This is available only when the N-up
printing (printing a page on multiple sheets) is set.
- None — Select this if no border line is to be drawn.
- Single hairline — Select this to draw single hairline for the border.
- Single thin line — Select this to draw single thin line for the border.
- Double hairline — Select this to draw double hairline for the border.
- Double thin line — Select this to draw double thin line for the border.
4) Two Sided Printing
This sets whether or not you want to print on both sides of the paper.
- Off — Select this when you do not want to print on both sides of the paper.
- Long Edge Binding — Select this to bind along the long edge side of paper. The direction to be printed on the back side of the paper differs depending on the orientation.
Landscape
1
2
1
2
Portrait
- Short Edge Binding — Select this to bind along the short edge side of paper. The direction to be printed on the back side of the paper differs depending on the orientation.
Portrait
Landscape
2
1
2
1
This option is not displayed for Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.2.8. When you want to enable 2-Sided
printing on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.2.8, set the Duplex settings in the Duplex menu.
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— Duplex on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.2.8
In the Duplex menu, you can set 2-Sided printing (printing on both sides of a sheet).
This menu is only displayed for Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.2.8. When you want to enable 2-Sided
printing on Mac OS X 10.3.x/10.4.x, set the Two Sided Printing option in the Layout menu.
P.224 “Layout”
2
1
1) Print on Both Sides
Check this to print on both sides of the paper. When this is checked, select the binding direction at the “Binding” option.
2) Binding
This sets the type of binding for 2-sided printed pages.
- Off — Select this when you do not want to print on both sides of the paper.
- Long Edge Binding — Select this to bind along the long edge side of paper. The direction to be printed on the back side of the paper differs depending on the orientation.
Landscape
1
2
1
2
Portrait
- Short Edge Binding — Select this to bind along the short edge side of paper. The direction to be printed on the back side of the paper differs depending on the orientation.
Portrait
Landscape
2
1
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1
— Output Options on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.2.8/10.3.x
In the Output Options menu, you can save a print job as a file.
1
2
1) Save as File
Check this to save a print job as a file. When this is checked, select the file type at the “Format” drop down box.
2) Format
This sets the format of a file to be saved.
- PDF — Select this to save a print job as a PDF file.
- PostScript — Select this to save a print job as a PS file.
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— Scheduler on Mac OS X 10.3.x/10.4.x
In the Scheduler menu, you can set when a print job will be sent to the equipment.
1
2
1) Print Document
This sets when a print job will be sent to the equipment.
- Now — Select this to send a print job now.
- At — Select this to specify the time to send a print job. When you select this, specify the
time to be send. The print job will be held in the queue on Mac OS until the specified time
has been reached or you resume the print job to be sent from the queue on Mac OS.
- On Hold — Select this to hold a print job in the queue on Mac OS. When you select this,
the print job will be held in the queue on Mac OS until you resume the print job to be sent
from the queue on Mac OS.
2) Priority
Select the priority of a print job from “Emergency”, “High”, “Mid”, and “Low”.
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— Paper Handling on Mac OS X 10.3.x/10.4.x
In the Paper Handling menu, you can set Reverse page order printing and Odd or Even numbered page printing.
On Mac OS X 10.3.x
1
2
1) Reverse page order
Check this when you want to print a document from the end of page.
2) Print
Select whether all pages will be printed or only odd or even pages will be printed.
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On Mac OS X 10.4.x
1
2
3
1) Page Order
Select the page order to print.
- Automatic —Select this to print in the page order automatically selected.
- Normal —Select this to print from the first to the last page in order.
- Reverse —Select this to print from the last to the first page in order.
2) Print
Select whether all pages will be printed or only the odd or even pages will be printed.
3) Destination Paper Size
Select the paper size for printouts.
- Use documents paper size —Select this to print on the same sized paper as the document size.
- Scale to fit paper size —Select this to perform enlarge/reduce printing. When this is
selected, select the output paper size in the drop down menu. If you do not want to
enlarge the document images when larger paper size is selected, check the “Scale down
only” box.
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— ColorSync on Mac OS X 10.3.x/10.4.x
This feature is not supported.
— Cover Page OS X 10.3.x/10.4.x
In the Cover Page menu, you can set whether a print job is sent with a banner page.
The banner page includes information about owner of the job, job name, application name, date
and time, printer name, and number of copies.
1
2
3
1) Print Cover Page
This sets how a banner page is inserted.
- None — Select this not to print a banner page.
- Before Document — Select this to print a banner page before the document.
- After Document — Select this to print a banner page after the document.
2) Cover Page Type
Select the type of a banner page.
3) Billing Info
Enter the billing information to have it appear on the banner page. The number of characters
you can enter differs depending on the OS version.
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— Error Handling
In the Error Handling menu, you can set how to report a PostScript error.
1
2
1) PostScript Errors
This sets whether or not you want to print a PostScript error report.
- No special reporting — Select this if you do not want to print PostScript error information.
- Print detailed report — Select this to print PostScript error information.
2) Tray Switching
This is not supported by this equipment.
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— Paper Feed
In the Paper Feed menu, you can set the paper source.
1
2
3
1) All pages from
Select the option button when you want to use same paper source for all pages. When this is
selected, select the paper source to be used at the drop down menu.
2) First page from
Select the option button when you want to specify different paper source for a first page and
remaining pages. When this selected, select the paper source to be used for a first page at
the drop down menu.
3) Remaining from
Select the paper source to be used for remaining pages in the drop down menu. This can be
selected only when you select the option button of the “First page from” option.
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— Print Mode on Mac OS X 10.3.x/10.4.x
In the Print Mode menu, you can set the way this equipment handles the print job.
This menu is only displayed for Mac OS X 10.3.x/10.4.x. When you want to set the printing
mode in Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.2.8, set in the Printing Modes submenu in the Printer Features
menu.
P.235 “Printing Modes on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.2.8”
1
2
3
1) Department Code
Select whether a department code is required for printing. When this is enabled, specify the
5-digit department code in the field next to the drop down box.
Enabling the department code depends on whether this equipment is managed with department codes or not. Please ask your administrator for your department code.
When the department management is enabled, if printing is performed with an incorrect
department code, a dialog box indicating that it is incorrect appears. In this case, enter the
correct one or stop transmitting. If this dialog box does not appear, the job becomes invalid
and is deleted. An error report is then printed out from this equipment.
2) Do not Print Blank Pages
Select whether you require printing blank pages.
3) Distinguish Thin Lines
Select whether you require printing thin lines clearly.
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— Printer Features on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.2.8
In the Printer Features menu, you can set special printing features.
Printing Modes on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.2.8
In the Printing Modes menu, you can set the way this equipment handles the print job.
This menu is only displayed for Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.2.8. When you want to set the printing
mode in Mac OS X 10.3.x/10.4.x, set in the Print Mode menu.
P.234 “Print Mode on Mac OS X 10.3.x/10.4.x”
1
2
3
4
1) Print Mode
This sets the type of print job.
- Normal — Select this to print a normal job. (Not selectable)
2) Department Code
Check this if a department code is required for printing. When this is enabled, specify the 5digit department code in the DC menu.
Enabling the department code depends on whether this equipment is managed with department codes or not. Please ask your administrator for your department code.
When the department management is enabled, if printing is performed with an incorrect
department code, a dialog box indicating that it is incorrect appears. In this case, enter the
correct one or stop transmitting. If this dialog box does not appear, the job becomes invalid
and is deleted. An error report is then printed out from this equipment.
3) Do not Print Blank Pages
Select whether you require printing blank pages.
4) Distinguish Thin Lines
Check this to print thin lines clearly.
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3 PRINTING
Quality on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.2.8
In the Quality menu, you can specify various image quality features.
1
2
3
1) Halftone
This sets how halftone is printed.
- Auto — Select this to print automatically using proper halftone depending on the contents in the document. When this is selected, halftone is printed in detail for text, and
smoothly for graphics.
- Detail — Select this to print halftone in detail.
- Smooth — Select this to print halftone smoothly.
2) Smoothing
Select whether printing the texts and graphics smoothly.
3) Toner Save
Select this to print in the toner save mode.
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Printing Modes DC (Department Code) on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.2.8
In the DC menu, you can specify your department code, if this equipment is enabled the department codes. Before specifying the department code, you must check the Department Code
option in the Printing Modes menu. Then specify the department code in this menu.
y This menu is only displayed for Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.2.8. When you want to set the department code in Mac OS X 10.3.x/10.4.x, set in the Print Mode menu.
P.234 “Print Mode on Mac OS X 10.3.x/10.4.x”
y When the department management is enabled, if printing is performed with an incorrect
department code, a dialog box indicating that it is incorrect appears. In this case, enter the
correct one or stop transmitting. If this dialog box does not appear, the job becomes invalid
and is deleted. An error report is then printed out from this equipment.
1
2
3
4
5
1) Department Code (DC) - Digit 1
Select the first digit of the department code.
2) Department Code (DC) - Digit 2
Select the second digit of the department code.
3) Department Code (DC) - Digit 3
Select the third digit of the department code.
4) Department Code (DC) - Digit 4
Select the forth digit of the department code.
5) Department Code (DC) - Digit 1
Select the fifth digit of the department code.
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3 PRINTING
— Printer Features on Mac OS X 10.3.x/10.4.x
In the Quality menu, you can specify various image quality features.
1
2
3
1) Halftone
This sets how halftone is printed.
- Auto — Select this to print automatically using proper halftone depending on the contents in the document. When this is selected, halftone is printed in detail for text, and
smoothly for graphics.
- Detail — Select this to print halftone in detail.
- Smooth — Select this to print halftone smoothly.
2) Smoothing
Select whether printing the texts and graphics smoothly.
3) Toner Save
Select this to print in the toner save mode.
— Summary
Lists the setting contents of the Print dialog boxes.
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Printing from UNIX
Printing from an application
The printing method differs depending on your application. Refer to the manual of the application.
y When the department management is enabled, if network fax transmission is performed with
an incorrect department code, a dialog box indicating that it is incorrect appears. In this case,
enter the correct one or stop transmitting. If this dialog box does not appear, the job
becomes invalid and is deleted. An error report is then printed out from this equipment.
y If the data size of a print job exceeds the memory capacity of this equipment, more than one
set of documents with a large number of pages or a large volume of graphics will not be
printed in the correct set numbers. Only one set of the documents and an error report are
printed out.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
4.
This section describes about troubleshooting for printing features.
When Printing Cannot Be Performed..................................................................242
Printer Driver Errors .............................................................................................243
Printer driver installation error messages........................................................................................243
Printer driver general errors ............................................................................................................244
4 TROUBLESHOOTING
When Printing Cannot Be Performed
This problem can arise as the result of a hardware malfunction, a network communication or
configuration problem. Before troubleshooting the client error, ask your administrator to troubleshoot the hardware or network errors. Those troubleshooting are described in the Quick Start
Guide for Printing Functions.
The following checklist helps you identify the source of the error and directs to you where you
can find more information about resolving it.
Client error for Windows platform
No.
1
Check Item
Did you mapped to the correct
network port?
Yes
No
Countermeasure
End
Ö
P.244 “Driver Mapped to
Wrong Port”
Yes
No
Countermeasure
End
Ö
Client error for Macintosh platform
No.
1
242
Check Item
Is this equipment you created
selected in the Chooser?
When Printing Cannot Be Performed
P.119 “Installing the
printer on Mac OS 8.6/9.x”
Printer Driver Errors
Printer driver installation error messages
Setup Needs to Copy Windows NT Files
Problem Description
The wrong port type was selected from the Printer Ports dialog.
Corrective Action
1. Click Cancel until the Add Printer Wizard terminates.
2. Double-click Add Printer from the Printers folder but, when prompted to select a port, choose
Local Port.
Client Software CD Now Required
Problem Description
When adding a new printer driver, the end user did not choose the Have Disk option; instead, he
selected the printer name from the Add Printer list.
Corrective Action
1. Cancel the Add Printer Wizard.
2. Double-click Add Printer from the Printers folder but, when prompted to locate the driver,
click Have Disk.
3. Select Use Existing Driver to add another copy of an existing driver or browse to the subdirectory that contains the appropriate *.inf file.
File *.DRV on Client CD Could Not Be Found
Problem Description
When adding a new printer driver, the user did not choose the Have Disk option but selected the
printer name from the Add Printer list.
Corrective Action
1. Cancel the Add Printer Wizard.
2. Double-click Add Printer from the Printers folder, but when prompted to locate the driver,
click Have Disk.
3. Browse to the subdirectory that contains the appropriate *.inf file.
Location Does Not Contain Information About Your Hardware
Problem Description
The path to the *.inf file selected during driver installation is too far away. In other words, there
are too many characters in the directory path.
Corrective Action
Copy the directory containing the *.inf file to the local drive and resume installation.
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4 TROUBLESHOOTING
This Port is Currently in Use
Problem Description
The driver was either open, printing a job, or is in use by another printer or application, when you
attempted to delete it.
Corrective Action
Make sure all print jobs have completed before deleting a port. If there are still problems, exit all
applications and try again. Check each driver to see if another driver is using the same port. If
so, first change the driver’s port setting and delete the port.
Problem with the Current Printer Setup
Problem Description
The driver was not set up properly, possibly because the installation procedure did not complete.
Corrective Action
Delete the driver and reinstall it from the distribution CD-ROM.
Printer driver general errors
Driver Mapped to Wrong Port
Problem Description
If the printer driver on a client workstation points to the wrong network port, jobs do not appear in
the current jobs queue or print out.
Corrective Action
1.
2.
3.
4.
Open the Printers folder from the Control Panel.
Right-click the printer driver icon.
Select Properties from the shortcut menu.
Depending on the operating system, select the following tab:
- In Windows 98/Me — Select Details. Browse to select the printer or Novell queue.
- In Windows NT 4.0/2000/XP/Server 2003 — Select Ports. Add a new port and map it to
the printer.
5. Make sure that the path to the printer and the device name are correct.
6. Click the General Tab and click Print Test Page to confirm that the settings are correct.
Command Line Options Not Processed
Problem Description
All print options are sent to this equipment at the start of the print job. If the print file already contains print commands, they override the command line options you set. For example, if the print
file specifies the Letter media, and you specify the A4 media option with the lp command, the
document is output on letter size paper (provided, of course, that all copier-related restrictions
have been met).
Corrective Action
Change the properties in the document you want to print and recreate the print file. Submit the
print job using the LP command without setting additional parameters.
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Retrieval of Printer Configuration Failed
Problem Description
When accessing the printer properties, the system displayed “Retrieval of printer configuration
failed”.
Corrective Action
If the printer driver cannot communicate with this equipment — Verify that the system is running.
If not, turn it on. Connect to this equipment via TopAccess. If you cannot connect, reboot this
equipment. If that fails, check the printer driver port assignment to make sure it is correct.
Cannot Print a Job as Expected Using PS Printer Driver
Problem Description
When printing with the PS3 printer driver from the application that creates the PostScript code
for printing such as Adobe Acrobat, the following print options may not work correctly.
y Manual Scale
y Print Paper Size
y Paper Type
y User Front Cover
y User Back Cover
y Booklet
y Multiple Pages per Sheet
y All options in the Effect tab
y All options in the Image Quality tab
Also, printing may not be performed properly in some applications due to garbled letters, etc.
Corrective Action
Disable “Use PostScript Passthrough” in the PostScript Settings dialog box and print a document.
Cannot Change Settings on Fonts Tab and Configuration Tab
Problem Description
The Fonts Tab and Configuration tab are grayed out and they cannot be modified.
Corrective Action
Users who do not have the privilege to change the printer driver setting cannot change the
options in the Fonts Tab and Configuration tab. Please log in with Administrator or Power User.
Cannot Print Properly by AppleTalk Printing
Problem Description
y Texts will be printed as the stripe lines when printing the email message.
y Some texts are not printed.
y A web page is not printed although the print job is sent to the equipment when printing from
a browser.
Corrective Action
If the above errors occur by AppleTalk printing, please use LPR printing.
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Cannot perform printing
Problem Description
Printing cannot be performed occasionally in Windows98 and Windows Me.
Corrective Action
This problem may be corrected by the following workaround.
1. Press the [Start] button, select the [Settings] and then [Printers] button.
2. Select “TOSHIBA e-STUDIO205 series PCL6” or “TOSHIBA e-STUDIO205 series PSL3”,
right-click on it, and then select the [Properties] button.
3. Open the [Details] tab.
4. Press the [Spool Settings…] button.
5. Select “Spool print jobs so program finishes printing faster” and then “Start printing after last
page is spooled”.
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APPENDIX
5.
This section describe about the following contents.
Managing Fonts with Font Manager....................................................................248
Installing Font Manager...................................................................................................................248
Searching fonts ...............................................................................................................................248
Installing fonts in Windows..............................................................................................................249
Uninstalling fonts in Windows .........................................................................................................249
Removing fonts from the computer .................................................................................................249
Displaying font preview ...................................................................................................................250
Creating a font group ......................................................................................................................250
Sorting fonts in the list.....................................................................................................................250
Internal Fonts List.................................................................................................252
Internal PCL fonts list ......................................................................................................................252
Internal PS fonts list ........................................................................................................................253
5 APPENDIX
Managing Fonts with Font Manager
The Font Manager program can be used to manage your fonts in Windows. This program can
be launched by clicking [Run Font Manager] on the Fonts tab of the printer driver.
It can:
y Search your local and network drives for fonts.
y Install and uninstall fonts in Windows.
y Remove fonts from your computer.
y Preview or print the fonts on your computer or network.
y Create font groups for personal or workgroup projects.
y Sort your fonts in a variety of ways, etc.
Installing Font Manager
The Font Manager can be installed from the Client Utilities CD-ROM. To install the Font Manager for e-STUDIO165/205 or e-STUDIO167/207/237 double-click the “Setup.exe” file in the Client Utilities CD-ROM and follow the screens.
The Font Manager cannot be installed on Windows Vista or 64-bit OSs. If you are using Windows XP or Windows Server 2003, check before installation whether the edition of your OS is
32-bit or 64-bit.
Searching fonts
The first time you start Font Manager, the Find Fonts dialog box appears automatically. Before
installing a font in Windows, you have to search the available fonts that can be installed by Font
Manager 2000.
Searching fonts
1
2
Click the [Fonts] menu and select [Search for Fonts...].
3
Click [OK].
4
5
6
The Select Drives dialog box appears.
The Find Fonts dialog box appears.
Select which drive you want to search for fonts.
Selected Drives — Select this to choose one of the drives when searching for fonts.
All Drives — Select this to search on all drives when searching for fonts.
Selected Paths — Select this to enter the path to the drive when searching for fonts.
Enter the path to the drive you want to search when you select this.
y When you select “Selected Drives”, Continue to the next step.
y When you select “All Drives”, skip to Step 6.
y When you select “Selected Paths”, skip to Step 6.
Select a drive to search for fonts from the list and click [OK].
Searching for fonts begins. The Search for fonts... dialog box is displayed while searching for fonts.
If you cancel to search for fonts, click [Stop].
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The searched fonts are displayed at the Available Font list.
Managing Fonts with Font Manager
Installing fonts in Windows
After searching the fonts, you can install them in Windows. Once the fonts are installed in Windows, the fonts can be displayed on the dialog box in applications and printed by the machine.
Installing the TrueType fonts
1
Highlight the fonts you want to install in Windows from the “Available Font List”.
2
3
Click the [Fonts] menu and select [Install].
The fonts are installed in Windows and added to the installed fonts
list.
Uninstalling fonts in Windows
You can uninstall the fonts in Windows. However, even if you uninstall the fonts from Windows,
the source files of the uninstalled fonts are not deleted from the drive.
Uninstalling the TrueType fonts
1
Highlight the fonts you want to uninstall from Windows from the
installed fonts list.
2
3
Click the [Fonts] menu and select [Un-install].
The fonts are uninstalled from Windows. The uninstalled fonts are
added to the “Available Fonts List”.
Removing fonts from the computer
You can remove from your computer the fonts that no longer be required. Even if you uninstall
the fonts from Windows, the source files of the uninstalled fonts are not deleted from the hard
drive. You can remove the sources of the uninstalled fonts from your computer by this function.
Before removing the fonts, the fonts must be uninstalled from Windows first.
Removing the TrueType font files from your computer
1
Highlight the fonts you want to remove from your computer in the
installed fonts list.
2
3
4
Click the [Fonts] menu and select [Remove Font].
The Remove Fonts dialog box appears.
Check on the box for “Delete font(s) from the hard disk” and click
[OK].
If you do not check on the checkbox for “Delete font(s) from the hard disk”, the source of
the fonts are not deleted from the hard disk. If you want to remove the fonts from the
Available Font List but do not want to delete the source file, do not check this checkbox.
5
The source files of the fonts are deleted from the hard drive.
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5 APPENDIX
Displaying font preview
You can preview the fonts that are displayed in the Available Font List and the installed fonts list.
Previewing fonts
1
Highlight a font you want to preview from the Available Font List or
the installed fonts list.
2
3
Click [Fonts] menu and select [Preview].
The Preview dialog box appears. The sample font is displayed on
the dialog box.
Point Size — You can select the point size of the sample font displayed.
Normal Styles — When this is selected, the font is displayed in the normal face on the
dialog box.
All Styles — When this is selected, the font is displayed in all of its available font faces in
the dialog box.
Creating a font group
You can create a group of fonts and give a descriptive name to the group. The created group
can be used to install or uninstall the fonts in Windows. This function can be used to configure
the different working scenarios of the fonts for each user.
Creating a font group
1
Select the Font Groups folder and click the [Fonts] menu and select
[New Group...].
y The New Group dialog box appears.
2
3
Enter the group name in the Group Name field.
4
5
6
Click [Add>>].
In the All Available Fonts, expand each folder and select the fonts
that you want to add to the group.
The selected fonts are added to the Fonts in Group list.
Click [OK].
The created group is added to the Font Groups list.
Sorting fonts in the list
You can sort and change the order of fonts to be displayed in the Available Font and Installed
Fonts list.
Sorting by name
Click the [Sort] menu and click [Sort by Name]. The fonts are listed alphabetically by the font
family name.
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Sorting by font type
Click the [Sort] menu and click [Sort by Font Type]. The fonts are grouped according to their
technology type (TrueType, Type 1, or screen bitmap) and within each group the names will be
listed alphabetically.
Inverting the alphabetical order
The lists can be inverted by clicking on the [Sort] menu and [Inverse Sort].
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5 APPENDIX
Internal Fonts List
Internal PCL fonts list
252
0
Courier
40
Helvetica-BoldOblique
1
CG-Times
41
Helvetica-Narrow
2
CG-Times Bold
42
Helvetica-Narrow-Bold
3
CG-Times Italic
43
Helvetica-Narrow-Oblique
4
CG-Times Bold Italic
44
Helvetica-Narrow-BoldOblique
5
CG Omega
45
Palatino-Roman
6
CG Omega Bold
46
Palatino-Bold
7
CG Omega Italic
47
Palatino-Italic
8
CG Omega Bold Italic
48
Palatino-BoldItalic
9
Coronet
49
ITC AvantGarde-Book
10
Clarendon Condensed
50
ITC AvantGarde-BookOblique
11
Univers Medium
51
ITC AvantGarde-Demi
12
Univers Bold
52
ITC AvantGarde-DemiOblique
13
Univers Italic
53
ITC Bookman-Light
14
Univers Bold Italic
54
ITC Bookman-LightItalic
15
Univers Medium Condensed
55
ITC Bookman-Demi
16
Univers Condensed Bold
56
ITC Bookman-DemiItalic
17
Univers Medium Condensed Italic
57
NewCenturySchlbk-Roman
18
Univers Condensed Bold Italic
58
NewCenturySchlbk-Bold
19
Antique Olive
59
NewCenturySchlbk-Italic
20
Antique Olive Bold
60
NewCenturySchlbk-BoldItalic
21
Antique Olive Italic
61
Times-Roman
22
Garamond Antiqua
62
Times-Bold
23
Garamond Halbfett
63
Times-Italic
24
Garamond Kursiv
64
Times-BoldItalic
25
Garamond Kursiv Halbfett
65
ITCZapfChancery-MediumItalic
26
Mrigold
66
Symbol
27
Albertus Medium
67
Symbol PS
28
Albertus Extra Bold
68
Wingdings
29
Arial
69
ITCZapfDingbats
30
Arial Bold
70
Courier Bold
31
Arial Italic
71
Courier Italic
32
Arial Bold Italic
72
Courier Bold Italic
33
Times New Roman
73
Letter Gothic Regular
34
Times New Roman Bold
74
Letter Gothic Bold
35
Times New Roman Italic
75
Letter Gothic Italic
36
Times New Roman Bold Italic
76
CourierPS
37
Helvetica
77
CourierPS Oblique
38
Helvetica-Bold
78
CourierPS Bold
39
Helvetica-Oblique
79
CourierPS BoldOblique
Internal Fonts List
Internal PS fonts list
AlbertusMT-Light
Eurostile-ExtendedTwo
AlbertusMT
Eurostile-BoldExtendedTwo
AlbertusMT-Italic
Geneva
AntiqueOlive-Roman
GillSans-Light
AntiqueOlive-Italic
GillSans-LightItalic
AntiqueOlive-Bold
GillSans
AntiqueOlive-Compact
GillSans-Italic
Apple-Chancery
GillSans-Bold
ArialMT
GillSans-BoldItalic
Arial-ItalicMT
GillSans-ExtraBold
Arial-BoldMT
GillSans-BoldCondensed
Arial-BoldItalicMT
GillSans-Condensed
AvantGarde-Book
Goudy
AvantGarde-BookOblique
Goudy-Italic
AvantGarde-Demi
Goudy-Bold
AvantGarde-DemiOblique
Goudy-BoldItalic
Bodoni
Goudy-ExtraBold
Bodoni-Italic
Helvetica
Bodoni-Bold
Helvetica-Oblique
Bodoni-BoldItalic
Helvetica-Bold
Bodoni-Poster
Helvetica-BoldOblique
Bodoni-PosterCompressed
Helvetica-Condensed
Bookman-Light
Helvetica-Condensed-Oblique
Bookman-LightItalic
Helvetica-Condensed-Bold
Bookman-Demi
Helvetica-Condensed-BoldObl
Bookman-DemiItalic
Helvetica-Narrow
Candid
Helvetica-Narrow-Oblique
Chicago
Helvetica-Narrow-Bold
Clarendon-Light
Helvetica-Narrow-BoldOblique
Clarendon
HoeflerText-Regular
Clarendon-Bold
HoeflerText-Italic
CooperBlack
HoeflerText-Black
CooperBlack-Italic
HoeflerText-BlackItalic
Copperplate-ThirtyTwoBC
HoeflerText-Ornaments
Copperplate-ThirtyThreeBC
JoannaMT
Coronet-Regular
JoannaMT-Italic
Courier
JoannaMT-Bold
Courier-Oblique
JoannaMT-BoldItalic
Courier-Bold
LetterGothic
Courier-BoldOblique
LetterGothic-Slanted
Eurostile
LetterGothic-Bold
Eurostile-Bold
LetterGothic-BoldSlanted
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LubalinGraph-Book
Univers-CondensedBold
LubalinGraph-BookOblique
Univers-CondensedBoldOblique
LubalinGraph-Demi
Univers-Extended
LubalinGraph-DemiOblique
Univers-ExtendedObl
Marigold
Univers-BoldExt
Monaco
Univers-BoldExtObl
MonaLisa-Recut
Wingdings-Regular
NewCenturySchlbk-Roman
ZapfChancery-MediumItalic
NewCenturySchlbk-Italic
ZapfDingbats
NewCenturySchlbk-Bold
NewCenturySchlbk-BoldItalic
NewYork
Optima
Optima-Italic
Optima-Bold
Optima-BoldItalic
Oxford
Palatino-Roman
Palatino-Italic
Palatino-Bold
Palatino-BoldItalic
StempelGaramond-Roman
StempelGaramond-Italic
StempelGaramond-Bold
StempelGaramond-BoldItalic
Symbol
Taffy
Times-Roman
Times-Italic
Times-Bold
Times-BoldItalic
TimesNewRomanPSMT
TimesNewRomanPS-ItalicMT
TimesNewRomanPS-BoldMT
TimesNewRomanPS-BoldItalicMT
Univers-Light
Univers-LightOblique
Univers
Univers-Oblique
Univers-Bold
Univers-BoldOblique
Univers-Condensed
Univers-CondensedOblique
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INDEX
Numerics
2-Sided Printing ........................................ 178
A
All pages from .......................................... 233
Always Download needed fonts .................. 212
Angle ...............................................187, 202
Annotate Font Keys ................................... 212
AppleTalk Printing ..................................... 123
AppleTalk/Bonjour printing .................133, 139
B
back cover ............................................... 197
Background Printing .................................. 211
Basic Tab .........................................173, 175
Binding ............................................214, 226
booklets ................................................... 198
Border .............................................213, 225
C
Format for ........................................ 208, 221
front cover ................................................197
Functions ...................................................10
G
General ....................................................209
General Errors ..........................................244
H
Halftone ..........................183, 218, 236, 238
Help .........................................................175
How to Print ..............................................167
I
If there is PostScript error ...........................214
Image Quality Tab .....................................174
Initial Values .............................................169
Installer ......................................................11
Internal Fonts ............................................252
IP printing .................................................136
IPP Printing .........................21, 61, 131, 138
Caption ............................................187, 202
Center Watermark ..................................... 186
Client CD-ROM ........................................... 11
Collated ...........................................209, 223
Compress Bitmap ..................................... 189
Configuration Settings ............................... 160
Configuration Tab .................... 162, 164, 174
Considerations ......................................... 167
Copies .............................................209, 223
Copy Handling .......................................... 177
Cover Page Paper Source ......................... 215
CUPS ...................................................... 144
L
D
M
Department .............................................. 166
Department Code .................... 160, 216, 235
Department Code (DC) .............................. 237
Distinguish Thin Lines ...... 183, 216, 234, 235
Draw as Outline ................................187, 203
E
Effect Tab ................................................ 174
Enable SNMP Communication ................... 192
Enlarge/Reduce ........................................ 196
envelopes .................................................. 14
F
Features .................................................... 10
Finishing Tab ............................................ 173
First page from ......................................... 233
Font Manager .....................................18, 248
Font Name .......................................187, 202
Font Size .........................................187, 202
Fonts Tab ................................................ 174
Format ..................................................... 227
J
Job Documentation ....................................214
Job Documentation Folder ..........................214
Layout Direction ............................... 213, 225
Limitations ................................................167
Local Area Network .....................................20
LPR Printing ................................ 21, 34, 120
LPR printing ..............................................129
Macintosh PPD .........................................117
Manual Scale ................................... 176, 196
Media Types ...............................................13
Menu Tabs ...............................................173
Mirror .......................................................185
N
Negative/Positive ......................................186
Never generate Type 42 format ..................212
Novell iPrint ....................................... 23, 110
Novell Printing ...................................... 22, 79
Number of Copies .....................................176
O
Orientation ............................... 176, 208, 221
Original Paper Size ........................... 175, 196
Others Tab ...............................................174
Output Format ...........................................189
overlay file ................................................193
Overlay Image ................................. 185, 204
INDEX
255
P
Page Order .............................................. 230
Pages ..............................................209, 223
Pages per Sheet ...............................213, 224
Paper ...................................................... 208
Paper Handling Tab .................................. 173
Paper Size ............................................... 221
Paper Source ...................................176, 210
Paper Type .............................................. 176
PCL Fonts ................................................ 252
PostScript .................................................. 11
PostScript Errors ....................................... 232
PPD ..................................................12, 166
Preferred Format ...................................... 212
Preview window ........................................ 174
Print Cover Page ...................................... 215
Print Document ......................................... 228
Print Error Information ............................... 189
Print in ..................................................... 211
Print Job ..........................................193, 216
Print Mode ............................................... 235
Print on Both Sides ...........................213, 226
Print on First Page Only .....................185, 202
Print Options ........................... 150, 169, 173
Print over the document ............................. 185
Print Paper Size ................................176, 196
printer description file ................................ 166
Printer Drivers ......................................11, 18
Printer Name ............................................ 173
Priority ..................................................... 228
Profile ..............................................171, 174
PS Fonts .................................................. 253
U
Uninstalling ...............................................111
Units ........................................................186
UNIX ........................................................144
Update Automatically .................................164
USB Connection ..........................................20
USB Printing ...............................................25
Use Back Cover ............................... 182, 198
Use Black for All Text .................................183
Use Front Cover ............................... 181, 197
Use PostScript Passthrough .......................189
W
Watermark ....................................... 184, 201
Watermark Font ........................................217
Watermark Gray Level ...............................217
Watermark Outline ....................................218
Watermark Position ...................................218
Watermark Text ........................................217
Watermark Text Angle ...............................217
Watermark Text Size .................................217
Watermarking ...........................................217
X
X Position .................................................186
Y
Y Position .................................................186
R
Raw TCP Printing .................................21, 34
Remaining from ........................................ 233
Restore Defaults ....................................... 174
Reverse page order .................................. 229
Rotate 180 degrees ................................... 185
Run Font Manager .................................... 191
S
Save as File ............................................. 227
Scale ...............................................208, 221
Smoothing ....................... 183, 218, 236, 238
Solid ................................................187, 203
Sort ......................................................... 194
Style ........................................................ 187
Substitution Table Edit ............................... 191
System Requirements
Mac OS ................................................ 117
Windows ................................................. 19
T
TCP/IP ....................................................... 20
256
Toner Save .............................. 218, 236, 238
Transparency ................................... 187, 203
Tray Switching ..........................................232
TrueType Options ......................................190
Two Sided Printing ....................................225
INDEX
GA-1190
OME060179B0
MULTIFUNCTIONAL DIGITAL SYSTEMS
Printing Guide
GA-1190
2-17-2, HIGASHIGOTANDA, SHINAGAWA-KU, TOKYO, 141-8664, JAPAN
© 2007, 2008 TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION All rights reserved
R061120D0602-TTEC
Ver02 2008-06
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