Printing with Windows
Getting more information
Accessing the printer software
The printer software includes a printer driver and printer utilities. The printer driver lets you choose from a wide variety of settings to get the best results from your printer. The printer utilities help you check the printer and keep it in top condition.
For information on using the printer driver, see Making Changes to Printer Driver Settings.
For information on using the printer utilities, see Using the Printer Utilities.
|The specific features available in the printer software vary depending on the version of Windows you are using.|
Online help provides more information about the printer software. See Getting Information Through Online Help for instructions on accessing help.
You can access the printer software from most Windows applications, or from the Windows Start menu (Windows 95, 98 and NT 4.0), or from the Control Panel (Windows 3.1).
When you access the printer software from a Windows application, the settings you make apply only to the application you are using.
When you access the printer software from the Start menu, the settings you make apply to all of your Windows applications.
Open the File menu and choose Print or Print Setup. Then click Printer, Setup, Options, or Properties. (Depending on your application, you may need to click a combination of these buttons.) The printer software window appears.
|Click Start, point to Settings, then click Printers.|
|For Windows 95 and 98, select your printer, then click Properties on the File menu. For Windows NT 4.0, select your printer, then click Document Defaults on the File menu. The printer software window appears.|
|Double-click the Control Panel icon in the Main group.|
|Double-click the Printers icon.|
|Choose your printer from the Installed Printers list.|
|Choose Setup. The printer software window appears.|
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