Selecting Basic Print Settings - Windows
Select the basic settings for the document or photo you want to print.
Open a photo or document for printing.
Select the print command in your application.
You may need to select a print icon on your screen, the
option in the
menu, or another command. See your application's help utility for details.
If necessary, select your product name as the printer you want to use.
You may also need to select
to view your print settings.
You see the Main tab of your printer settings window:
setting, select where you loaded the paper you want to print on.
Select the size of the paper you loaded as the
You can also select the
setting to create a custom paper size.
Select the orientation of your document.
If you are printing an envelope, select
Select the type of paper you loaded as the
The setting may not exactly match the name of your paper. Check the paper type settings list for details.
setting that matches the print quality you want to use.
Select a Color option:
To print a color document or photo, select the
To print text and graphics in black or shades of gray, select the
To print on both sides of the paper, select the
setting and select the options you want.
To print multiple pages on one sheet of paper, or print one image on multiple sheets of paper, select one of the settings in the
menu and select the printing options you want.
To print multiple copies and arrange their print order, select the
To preview your job before printing, select
To save your print job as a project that can be modified and combined with other print jobs, select
Job Arranger Lite
To reduce noise during printing when you select
Plain Paper/Bright White Paper
in the Quiet Mode menu.
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