Choosing Output Options. Xerox 7760, Phaser 7760DX, Phaser 7760DXF

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Choosing Output Options

Choosing Output Options

This section includes:

Offsetting Output on page 3-49

Stapling Output on page 3-50

Using the Hole Puncher on page 3-51

Output Trays

The printer has one output tray located on the top of the printer. If a finisher is installed the following output options are available:

Top output tray (horizontal transport)

Finisher upper output tray

Finisher stacker output tray

Finisher booklet output tray

Note: If you select stapling or hole punching in the printer driver, the output automatically goes to a finisher output tray.

Selecting an Output Tray from the Printer Driver

To select an output tray for a specific print job:

Operating System Steps

Windows 98 SE,

Windows 2000,

Windows XP,

Windows Server 2003

Mac OS 9 or

Mac OS X, version

10.2 and higher

1.

Select the Output Options tab.

2.

Select the ouput tray from the Paper Destination drop-down list.

1.

In the Print dialog box, select Finishing Options from the drop-down list.

2.

Select the output tray from the Paper Destination drop-down list.

See also:

Stapling Output on page 3-50

Using the Hole Puncher on page 3-51

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Choosing Output Options

Offsetting Output

When you send output to the top output tray or the finisher stacker tray, the copies or jobs can be offset in the tray. Offsetting shifts the pages in the output tray for each job or each copy of a collated job.

Note: If a finisher is installed, the top output tray no longer offsets.

Selecting Offsetting from the Printer Driver

To select offsetting for a specific print job:

Operating System Steps

Windows 2000,

Windows XP,

Windows Server 2003

Mac OS 9 or

Mac OS X, version

10.2 and higher

1.

Select the Layout tab.

2.

Click the Advanced button.

3.

Set Offset Collated Sets to On.

1.

In the Print dialog box, select Finishing Options from the drop-down list.

2.

Click Offset Collated Sets to select it.

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Choosing Output Options

Stapling Output

If your printer has a finisher, you can have the printer staple sets of up to 50 sheets of 75 g/m

2

(20 lb. Bond Paper).

If your printer has a finisher with the booklet maker, you can have the printer saddle staple and fold sets of up to 15 sheets to make a booklet. It can also fold sets of up to 5 sheets without stapling.

Use the following guidelines when stapling paper:

To be stapled, the sheets of paper must have a width between 203–297 mm (8–11.7 in.) and height between 182–432 mm (7.2–17 in.).

Extra Thick Card Stock, glossy paper, transparencies, labels, and envelopes are not stapled.

To use the booklet maker, the paper size must be Letter (short-edge feed), US Folio, Legal,

Tabloid, A4 (short-edge feed), A3, or B4 JIS.

Stapling Options

The following stapling options are available from the printer driver:

None (default): The prints are not stapled.

Front: Inserts one staple in each set of copies. (For portrait long-edge feed paper, staples the upper-left corner.)

Rear: Inserts one staple in each set of copies. (For portrait long-edge feed paper, staples the lower-left corner.)

Dual: Inserts two staples in each set of copies. (For portrait long-edge feed paper, staples the left edge.)

Quadruple: Inserts four staples in each set of copies. (For portrait long-edge feed paper, staples the left edge.)

Saddle: Inserts two staples on the center line of each set of copies. Each set is then folded along the center line and sent to the lower tray of the finisher.

Fold (No Staple): Each set of copies is folded along the center line and sent to the lower tray of the finisher.

See also:

Advanced Features Guide at www.xerox.com/office/7760support

Stapling Orientation

The sample image in the printer driver displays the location of the staples, which changes depending on the orientation of the page and the paper feed direction (long-edge feed or short-edge feed).

See also:

Loading Paper on page 3-9

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Selecting Stapling From the Printer Driver

To select a stapling option for a specific print job:

Operating System Steps

Windows 98 SE,

Windows 2000,

Windows XP,

Windows Server 2003

Mac OS 9 or

Mac OS X, version

10.2 and higher

1.

Select the Output Options tab.

2.

Select the stapling option from the Stapling drop-down list.

1.

In the Print dialog box, select Finishing Options from the drop-down list.

2.

Select the stapling option.

Using the Hole Puncher

If your printer has a finisher, you can have the printer punch holes in the paper after it is printed. Your finisher will have either the 3-hole or the 2-/4-hole punch options.

Note: Hole punching is not available when printing booklets.

Use the following guidelines when selecting hole punching options:

The edge of the paper to be punched must be 257 mm (10.12 in.), 267 mm (10.5 in.),

270 mm (10.63 in.), 279 (11 in.), or 297 mm (11.7 in.).

Thick Card Stock, Extra Thick Card Stock, Thick Glossy Paper, transparencies, labels, and envelopes are not punched.

If you select Quadruple for stapling and 4 Holes for hole punching, the paper is not punched.

Hole Punching Options

None (default): Holes are not punched.

2 Holes: Punches 2 holes 80 mm (3.15 in.) apart.

3 Holes: Punches 3 holes 108 mm (4.25 in.) apart.

4 Holes: Punches 4 holes 80 mm (3.15 in.) apart.

Hole Orientation

The sample image displayed in the driver shows the location of the holes, which depend on the orientation of the page and the paper feed direction (long-edge feed or short-edge feed).

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Selecting Hole Punching from the Printer Driver

To select a hole punching option for a specific print job:

Operating System Steps

Windows 98 SE,

Windows 2000,

Windows XP,

Windows Server 2003

Mac OS 9 or

Mac OS X, version

10.2 and higher

1.

Select the Output Options tab.

2.

Select the number of holes from the Hole Punching drop-down list.

3.

Select Finisher Output Tray from the Paper Destination drop-down list.

1.

In the Print dialog box, select Finishing Options from the drop-down list.

2.

Select the number of holes under Hole Punching.

3.

Select Finisher Output Tray from the Paper Destination drop-down list.

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Print Quality

This chapter includes:

Controlling the Quality of Your Prints on page 4-2

Solving Print-Quality Problems on page 4-5

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