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HP Color LaserJet 2600n Printer - Features of the Host Based Driver
This document describes the options that are available on each tab of the HP Color LaserJet 2600n host-based driver interface:
Printing Preferences tab set
The HP Color LaserJet 2600n host-based driver Printing Preferences tabs contain options for formatting documents for the HP Color LaserJet 2600n printer. Access to the Printing Preferences tabs can be gained either through the software program or through the Microsoft Windows Printers folder. The following tabs are included in Printing Preferences tab set:
Access the driver
To gain access to driver settings from within most software programs, click File, click Print, and then click Properties. The appearance and names of the driver tabs that appear can vary, depending on the operating system. These settings apply only while the software program is open.
You can also control the driver directly from the Printers folder. These settings change the default settings for all software programs.
If Properties is selected from the drop-down after right-clicking the printer name, a different set of tabs can be accessed that control the driver behavior and driver connections. See the Printer Properties tab set .
Print/Quality tab features
Use the Paper/Quality tab to specify the size, type, and source of the media for the HP Color LaserJet 2600n printer. This tab can also be used to indicate different paper-selection choices for the first page, other pages, and back cover of the document. The following illustration shows the Paper/Quality tab.
Figure 1: Paper/Quality tab
The Paper/Quality tab contains the following controls: Quick Sets, Paper Options group box, and Document preview image.
The first group box in the upper portion of the Paper/Quality tab is Quick Sets . Any change to the Quick Sets group box that is made on the Paper/Quality tab affects most of the Printing Preferences driver tabs (the Paper/Quality , Effects , Finishing , Basics , and Color tabs) because they are all the same control.
Use the Quick Sets setting to store the current combination of driver settings that appears on all of the other print driver tabs. Quick Sets are either preset by network-administrator settings or user-defined printing specifications (such as media size, pages per sheet, and so on). The Quick Sets control does not appear on the driver Properties tabs.
The following selections are available in the Quick Sets drop-down menu: Defaults, User Guide Print Settings, and Untitled.
When you select Defaults , nearly all of the settings are restored to the combination that existed after the driver was installed (the original settings). However, if the attribute combinations that are associated with watermark definitions or custom paper sizes have been changed or deleted, the original settings are not restored.
Untitled appears in the Quick Sets menu automatically if no other driver settings have been changed since the driver was installed, or if all of the driver settings match the original settings. Otherwise, the setting in the Quick Sets menu is the same label that appeared when you last closed the printing Properties dialog box by clicking OK .
User Guide Print Settings
The User Guide Print Settings option provides a Quick Sets for optimal printing of the HP Color LaserJet 2600n User Guide .
By default, the Quick Sets menu is set to Untitled . When you change any of the default settings on any of the Printing Preferences driver tabs and you want to save the configuration as a Print Task Quick Set, highlight the words Untitled , type the name you want for your new Print Task Quick Set, and then click Save . Quick Sets are saved in the system registry. To delete a Print Task Quick Set, select it from the drop-down menu and click Delete .
You can store a maximum of 25 Quick Sets on a particular system. If you attempt to save too many, a message box appears that reads, "There are too many Quick Sets defined. Please delete some before adding new ones."
Paper Options group box
The settings specified in the Paper Options group box on the Paper/Quality tab apply to all of the pages of the document. The following illustration shows the Paper Options group box and the selections available.
Figure 2: Paper Options group box
The following are settings in the Paper Options group box: Size is:, Use different paper check box, Custom, paper size group, Source Is: drop-down menu, Type is: drop-down menu, and the Use Different Paper options.
The Size is: setting is a drop-down menu that lists all of the supported media sizes.
The size for all the settings in the Paper Options group box can be specified; however, the same size of media for the entire print job. That is, if the print job uses Letter-size media, any option selected from the available Use Different Paper options must also use Letter-size media.
NOTE: Certain software programs can override the size command and specify different media sizes within a single document.
For the Other Pages and Back Cover settings, a source (tray) and media type that differ from the settings selected for First Page can be selected. If a conflict exists among media source, media size, and/or media type, and the end user chooses to keep the conflicting settings, the settings are processed in the following order: media size, media type, and then media source.
Because driver settings are overridden by media-size settings in most software applications, it is generally best to use the driver to set media size only for software applications that lack a media-size setting, such as NotePad, or when producing a book or a booklet that does not require different media sizes.
NOTE: When using a software program with a media-size setting, specify different media sizes within a single document by using the Use Different Paper options. For more information, see Use Different Paper check box.
Use Different Paper check box
When the Use Different Paper check box is selected, the First page , Other pages , and Back Cover options become available. Click any of these options and then choose Size is: , Source is: , and Type is: for each option.
Custom Paper Size group
Click the Custom button to open the Custom Paper Size dialog box.
Figure 3: Custom Paper Size dialog box
Use the Custom Paper Size dialog box to create or modify custom paper-size information. The Custom Paper Size dialog box contains the following options:
Click Save to save the custom size or click Close to return to the Paper/Quality tab.
Source Is: drop-down menu
The Source is: setting specifies the source tray to use for printing a document. If an optional Tray 3 has been added, it appears in this list only if configured the tray through the Configure tab.
The Source is: drop-down menu can contain the following options:
Type is: drop-down menu
The Type is: drop-down menu shows all the paper types that the HP Color LaserJet 2600n printer supports. When using the default setting of Letter , the printer uses the default media type, which is usually Plain .
The following standard paper types appear in the lists.
² Support is only for HP papers at this weight.
The default setting is Plain . If a different setting is selected, make sure that the correct media type is loaded in the tray that was selected in the Source is: setting.
Use Different Paper options
By using the Use Different Paper options, you can print books that include different types of media.
When selecting the Use Different Paper check box, the following settings can appear in the group box:
To use Use Different Paper options, configure the setting for the print job. Each option for the Use Different Paper setting is described in the sections that follow this procedure. Use the following instructions to configure the setting:
Configure the Use Different Paper Options for a print job
For each option, a different tray can be set by using the Source Is: drop-down menu. For some options, the Type is: drop-down menu is also available.
NOTE: You must use the same size of media for the entire print job. All options that you select from the available Use Different Paper options use the size that you select in the First Page settings.
When you change the type and source of the paper and covers, the settings that you select remain configured until you close the software program.
Document preview image
The document preview image is a line-drawn image of a page that represents graphics and text. The document preview image is always oriented so that the contents of the page are right-side-up. The document preview image appears in the upper-right corner of the Paper/Quality , Effects , Finishing , Basics , and Color tabs.
Switching between tabs does not change the location or appearance of the document preview image. When you move the mouse over the document preview image, the mouse cursor changes from an arrow to a gloved hand. You can toggle between portrait and landscape page orientation by clicking the image.
Effects tab features
Use the Effects tab to create unique paper effects such as scaling and watermarks. The following illustration shows the Effects tab.
Figure 4: Effects tab
The Effects tab contains the following controls:
Use the Quick Sets control to store the current combination of driver settings that are found on all other Printing Preferences driver tabs. Quick Sets are either preset or user-defined printing specifications, such as paper size and pages per sheet. For more information, see Quick Sets in the Paper/Quality tab section of this document.
Fit to Page group box
The Fit to Page group box consists of the following controls: Print Document On setting, Scale to Fit option, and % of Normal Size option.
Print Document On setting
Select the Print Document On option button to format the document for one paper size and then print the document on a different paper size, with or without scaling the image to fit the new paper size.
The Print Document On control is disabled by either of the following conditions:
When Print Document On is selected, the drop-down menu shows the media sizes on which you can print. The list contains all of the standard media sizes that are supported by the selected media source and any custom sizes created. When Print Document On is selected, Scale to Fit is automatically selected.
Scale to Fit option
The Scale to Fit option box specifies whether each formatted document page image is scaled to fit the target paper size. By default, Scale to Fit is selected when Print Document On is selected. If the setting is turned off, then the document page images will not be scaled, and are instead centered at full size on the target paper. If the document size is larger than the target paper size, then the document image is clipped. If it is smaller, then it is centered within the target paper. The following illustration shows preview images for a document that is formatted for legal-size paper and where the Print Document On check box is selected and the target size is specified as Letter .
Figure 5: Scale to fit sample - Legal on Letter
When the size for which the document is formatted (that is, the logical size) differs from the target size, the preview image uses a dashed gray line to show the boundaries of the logical page in relation to the target page size.
% of Normal Size option
The % of Normal Size option provides a slider bar to use for scaling the percentage setting. The default setting in the entry box is 100% of normal size. Normal size is defined as the paper size that is selected within the driver or what the driver receives from the software program (if the software program does not negotiate the paper size with the driver). The driver scales the page by the appropriate factor and sends it to the printer.
The limits of the range are from 25% to 400%, and any values outside the range are adjusted to those limits as soon as the focus is removed from the control (that is, when the Tab key is pressed or another control is selected).
Any change to the scale also changes the page preview, which increases or decreases from the upper-left corner of the preview.
The slider bar controls the scale directly. The value in the edit box changes as the scroll bar indicator is dragged, and the preview image is updated to the new image scale. Each click on the scroll bar arrows increases or decreases the scale by 1%. Each click on the slider bar affects the scale by 10%.
The user cannot achieve an exact value by dragging the scroll bar indicator at the default Microsoft Windows resolution; use the scroll bar indicator to approximate the appropriate value, and then use the scroll bar arrows to refine the value.
The following settings disable % of Normal Size :
Document preview image
The document preview image is a line-drawn image of a page that represents graphics and text. The document preview image is always oriented so that the contents of the page are right-side up. The document preview image appears in the upper-right corner of most Printing Preferences driver tabs (the Paper/Quality , Finishing , Effects , and Color tabs).
Switching between tabs does not change the location or appearance of the document preview image. When the mouse moves over the document preview image, the mouse cursor changes from an arrow to a gloved hand. The user can toggle between portrait and landscape page orientation by clicking the document preview image.
Watermarks group box
Use the Watermarks feature to select a watermark, create your own custom watermarks (text only), or edit an existing watermark. The following watermarks are preset in the driver.
The drop-down menu shows alphabetically sorted watermarks that are currently available on the system, plus the string "(none)", which indicates that no watermark is selected. This is the default setting. Any watermark selected from this list appears in the preview image.
When the First Page Only check box is selected, the watermark is printed only on the first page of the document. The First Page Only check box is disabled when the current watermark selection is "(none)".
Watermarks are applied to logical pages. For example, when Pages per Sheet is set to "4 " and First Page Only is turned off, four watermarks appear on the physical page (one on each logical page).
Click Edit , and the Watermark Details dialog box appears.
Figure 6: Watermark Details
The dialog box shows a preview image and provides options for creating a new watermark and controlling the message angle and font attributes.
Click OK to accept all of the changes that are made in the Watermark Details dialog box. However, clicking Cancel does not cancel all of the changes. If changes are made to a watermark, and a different watermark is select or New is clicked, all of the changes made to the previous watermark are saved, and only the current, unsaved changes can be canceled.
The Current Watermarks group box contains a list of available watermarks, both predefined watermarks made available in the driver and any new watermarks created.
Click New to create a new watermark. The new watermark appears in the Current Watermarks list and in the Watermark Message edit box as "Untitled " until you name it. The name typed in the Watermark Message field appears in the Current Watermarks group box in the Watermark Details dialog box and in the Watermarks group box on the Effects tab.
Type the selected watermark text in the Watermark Message edit box to name the new watermark. Select the watermark in the Current Watermarks list and click Delete to delete a watermark. A warning appears asking whether to delete the selected item will appear. Click Cancel to keep the watermark or click OK to delete the selected watermark.
NOTE: No more that 30 watermarks can exist in the Current Watermarks list at one time. When the limit of 30 watermarks is reached, the New button is disabled.
Select the watermark in the Current Watermarks list to edit an existing watermark. If the Watermark Message is changed, a new watermark, has in effect, been created.
The Watermark Message is also the name that identifies the watermark in the Current Watermarks list, except when more than one watermark has the same message. For example, the user might want several different watermarks with the message DRAFT , each with a different typeface or font size. When this occurs, the string is appended with a space, a pound sign, and a number (for example, Draft #2 ). When a number is added, the number two is used first, but if the resulting name is also in the list, then the number increases until the name is unique (Draft #3 , Draft #4 , and so on).
Use the controls in the Message Angle group box to print the watermark in different orientations in relation to the page's text. The settings are Diagonal , Horizontal , or Angle (custom) . The default is Diagonal . All three settings automatically center the watermark string within the page; the selection of a particular setting affects only the angle of the string placement. Diagonal places the text along a line that spans the lower-left to upper-right corners of the page. Horizontal places the text along a line that spans the mid-left and mid-right edges of the page. Angle places the text at the specified angle across the page.
Use the controls in the Font Attributes group box to change the font and the shading, size, and style of the font. The Font Attributes group box contains the following controls: Name drop-down menu, Color drop-down menu, Shading drop-down menu, Size spin box, and Style drop-down menu
Name drop-down menu
The Name drop-down menu lists fonts that are currently installed on the system. The default is language-dependent.
Color drop-down menu
The Color drop-down menu provides a fixed, unalterable set of color choices for the watermark. The following color choices are available for watermarks:
Shading drop-down menu
The default Shading setting for new and preset watermarks is Very Light . The following range of shades is available from the Shading drop-down menu:
These values represent the intensity of the gray that is used. A choice of Light produces a lightly saturated gray watermark. A choice of Lightest produces the lightest shade of watermark; Darkest produces a black watermark.
Size spin box
Font sizes from 1 to 999 points are available from the Size menu. The default point size is language-dependent. The choice of Regular , Bold , Italic , and Bold Italic is available from the Style drop-down menu.
Style drop-down menu
The choice of Regular , Bold , Italic , and Bold Italic is available from the Style drop-down menu. The default Style setting for new and preset watermarks is Regular .
Finishing tab features
Use the Finishing tab to print booklets and control the media output. The following illustration shows the Finishing tab.
Figure 7: Finishing tab
The Finishing tab contains the following controls:
Use the Quick Sets control to store the current combination of driver settings that appear on all of the other Printing Preferences driver tabs. Quick Sets are either preset or user-defined printing specifications, such as paper size and pages per sheet. For more information, see Quick Sets in the Paper/Quality tab section of this document.
The Document Options group box contains the following controls: Print on Both Sides (Manually) check box, Flip Pages Up, Booklet layout, Pages per Sheet, Print Page Borders, and Page Order
Print on Both Sides (Manually) check box
NOTE: The Print on Both Sides (Manually) check box is unavailable if the Allow Manual Duplexing option is disabled in the Configure tab.
The default setting for the Print on Both Sides (Manually) option is off (not selected). Selecting Print on Both Sides (Manually) makes the Flip Pages Up and Booklet Printing options available.
When a print job is sent to the printer with the Print on Both Sides (Manually) option selected, the even pages print, and then the following dialog box appears so that the manual duplex job can process.
Figure 8: Print on Both Sides Instructions
Instructions for manually printing on both sides
Follow these steps to manually print on both sides.
Flip Pages Up
The Flip Pages Up check box, enabled only when Print on Both Sides is selected, is used to specify the duplex-binding option. By default, the Flip Pages Up check box is not selected. The following table demonstrates the results of selecting this box, depending on the paper orientation selected on the Finishing tab.
When Print on Both Sides is selected, the document preview image changes to show a spiral binding along either the left edge or the top edge of the page. In addition, a folded-over corner appears in the lower-right portion of the preview image, indicating that printing occurs on the back side. An arrow on the folded-over corner points in the direction that the pages would be flipped if they were bound together.
Short-side binding is for print jobs with pages that read by flipping over like the pages of a notepad. Long-side binding is for print jobs with pages that read by turning like the pages of a book.
The Booklet Layout drop-down menu, visible when Print on Both Sides is selected, offers choices that are based on the current paper size. The default setting for the Booklet Printing drop-down menu is Off.
When selecting Left Edge Binding or Right Edge Binding , the document preview image changes to show the location of the binding. If the Pages per Sheet setting is on the default setting of 1 , it automatically changes to 2 pages per sheet . If the user manually changes the Pages per Sheet setting to 4, 6, 9, or 16 pages per sheet, the booklet setting is disabled.
The Booklet Layout setting is disabled when A6 or B6 (JIS) is selected as the media size, and an incompatibility error message appears when you click OK to close the driver.
Book and booklet printing
The HP Color LaserJet 2600n printer supports book and booklet printing.
A book is a print job consisting of at least two pages that can have a different media type for the first page, other pages, or back cover. Use the First Page , Other Pages , and Back Cover settings on the Paper/Quality tab (available when you select the Use Different Paper check box) to select different media for these pages.
A booklet is a print job that places two pages on each side of a sheet that can be folded into a booklet that is half the size of the media type. Use the Booklet Layout drop-down menu on the Finishing tab to control booklet settings.
Printing a Booklet
Complete the following steps to print a booklet.
Printing a book
You can print a book in which the first page, other pages, and back cover have different media types. For more information, see the Paper/Quality tab features section of this document.
Pages per Sheet
Use the Pages per Sheet option to select the number of pages that you want to print on a single sheet of media. If you choose to print more than one page per sheet, the pages appear smaller and are arranged on the sheet in the order that they would otherwise be printed. The Pages per Sheet drop-down menu provides six settings:
NOTE: When you select an option other than 2 pages per sheet, booklet printing is unavailable.
Print Page Borders
Related controls indented beneath the Pages per Sheet edit box are Print Page Borders and Page Order , which become active when Pages per Sheet is greater than 1.
Print Page Borders sets a line around each page image on a printed sheet to help visually define the borders of each logical page.
The Page Order drop-down menu contains four selections:
The preview document image changes to reflect alterations in these settings, as shown by the examples in the following illustration.
Figure 9: Page order preview images
Document preview image
The document preview image is a line-drawn image of a page that represents graphics and text. The document preview image is always oriented so that the contents of the page are right-side up. The document preview image appears in the upper-right corner of most Printing Preferences driver tabs (the Paper/Quality , Effects , Finishing , and Color tabs).
Switching between tabs does not change the location or appearance of the document preview image. When the mouse is moved over the document preview image, the mouse cursor changes from an arrow to a gloved hand. The user can toggle between portrait and landscape page orientation by clicking the document preview image.
Print Quality group box
The Print Quality group box provides options that control resolution and font settings. The group box includes the following options: Print Quality drop-down menu, and Print all Text as Black.
Print Quality drop-down menu
Use the Print Quality drop-down menu to select from the following resolution options:
Print all Text as Black
Print all Text as Black is off by default. When selected, the driver prints all text as black regardless of the original document text color. However, white text remains white, as a fail-safe method of printing reverse typeface against a dark background. This setting does not affect graphic images on the page. Print all Text as Black remains selected only for the current print job.
Basics tab features
You can use the Basics tab to change the layout of printed pages and the number of copies for a print job. The following illustration shows the Basics tab.
Figure 10: Basics tab
The Basics tab contains the following controls:
Orientation group box
The Orientation group box contains the following options: Portrait option button, Landscape option button, and the Rotate check box.
Portrait option button
Select this feature to print your document in Portrait orientation. This is the default setting.
Landscape option button
Select this feature to print your document in Landscape orientation.
Rotate check box
Select this feature to rotate the document image on the paper 180°. For example, if the return address on an envelope is smudged, use this setting to feed the envelope so that the return address area feeds first into the printer.
Copies group box
The Copies settings contain the following options:
Copy Count setting
This driver setting is useful for software programs that do not provide a copy count. If a copy count is available in the software program, set the copy count in the software program. Copies specifies the number of copies to print.
The number of copies that you request appears in the Copies option. You can select the number by typing in the box or by using the up and down arrows to the right of the text box. Valid entries for the HP Color LaserJet 2600n printer are numbers from 1 to 9999 . The copies value will not advance from the maximum number (9999) to 1 when the up arrow is used, or change from 1 to the maximum number (9999) when the down arrow is used. When you click another group box or leave the Basic tab, invalid entries into the edit box (such as non-numerical input, numbers less than 1, or numbers greater than the maximum allowed) change to the last valid value that appeared in the box. The default number of copies is 1.
Because you can set the number of copies that you want from some software programs, conflicts can arise between the software program that you are using and the driver. In most cases, the software program and the driver communicate, so that the number of copies set in one location (such as the program) will appear in the other (such as the driver). For some programs, this communication does not happen, and the copies values are treated independently. For these programs, setting 10 copies in the program and then setting 10 copies in the driver will result in 100 copies (10 x 10) being printed. It is recommended that you set the number of copies in the program, wherever possible.
Collate check box
This option become available if the Copies setting is set to more than 1. Selecting this check box enables the printer to print copies of multiple-page documents together. Selecting this option might slow down the printing speed for multiple-page jobs.
Click the About button to see the print driver version information, page count, and service ID.
A Software Update button is also available from this dialog box. When Software Update is clicked, the driver opens the Web browser and connects to the HP support Web site to update the HP Color LaserJet 2600n printing-system software.
The page count is initialized at zero during installation, and every page that the driver prints should update the count by one. When the driver is reinstalled, the customer can reset the page count to zero.
The page count is expressed as Page Count: NNNNNN, where N is a six-digit decimal representation of the number of pages that have been printed.
Service ID (Born-on date)
The service ID (born-on date) is the date on which the HP Color LaserJet 2600n print driver was installed. The number tells HP how long the customer has been using the printer. The customer can reset the date by reinstalling the driver.
The service ID is expressed as Service ID: YYDDD, where YY is a decimal representation of the current year minus 1990, and DDD is (calendar month minus 1) multiplied by 30 plus the calendar date (or 30 if the date is 31). The Service ID is stored in the registry.
How to calculate the Service ID from a calendar date
How to convert the Service ID into a calendar date
Color tab features
Use the Color tab to specify predefined color-option settings or to fine-tune the color treatments and half-toning. Color output can also be converted to grayscale. The Color tab is shown in the following illustration.
Figure 11: Color tab
The Color tab contains the following controls:
The Quick Sets control is available on each Printing Preference tab, and is used to store the current combination of driver settings that appear on all of the other tabs. Quick Sets are either preset or user-defined printing specifications, such as paper size and pages per sheet. For more information, Quick Sets in the Paper/Quality tab section of this document.
Use the Color Options group box to adjust the independent color controls. The settings affect the color rendering and print quality in the print job. The Color Options group box contains the following controls:
Automatic option (default)
Use the Automatic option for default color settings that automatically fine-tune the color-printer output. The HP Automatic default color settings provide high-quality output for most color-printing needs.
Manual color settings
Select the Manual option and then click the Settings button to change the default color settings. The Manual Color Options dialog box appears.
Make the selections by using the drop-down menus in the Manual Color Options dialog box to change the settings, and then click OK . The following illustration shows the Manual Color Options dialog box.
Figure 12: Manual Color Options
The Color Settings dialog box gives you independent control of the following settings: Text, Graphics, Photographs, and General
Text, Graphics, and Photographs sections
Use these sections to control the Neutral Grays setting for each control.
The Neutral Grays drop-down menu controls the selection of a device-dependent color table that is embedded in the printer firmware. The options are Black Only or 4-Color . The Neutral Grays setting can be adjusted independently for Text , Graphics , or Photographs .
Use the General setting group to control the Edge Control , Halftone , and RGB Color settings for all color printing.
Edge Control determines how edges are rendered. Edge Control consists of two components: Adaptive Halftoning and Trapping. Adaptive Halftoning increases the edge sharpness. Trapping reduces the effect of color plane misregistration by slightly overlapping the edges of adjacent objects.
The Edge Control option offers the following settings:
The Halftone setting controls the selection of a device-dependent halftone algorithm that is embedded in the printer firmware. The Halftone options, Smooth and Detail , affect the resolution and clarity of the color output.
The following table lists the lines per inch (lpi) for each resolution and halftone setting for the HP Color LaserJet 2600n printer.
The RGB Color settings affect the color treatment for object types and determines how colors are rendered. The options are Default (sRGB) , Vivid , Device , and Photo/Image .
NOTE: If the software program converts text and graphics to raster, the Photographs settings also control the Text and Graphics settings.
Print in Grayscale
Select Print in Grayscale to print a color document in black and white. This option is useful for previewing preliminary copies of slides and hardcopy output quickly or for color documents that will be photocopied or faxed.
Printer Properties tab set
The printer Properties tab set contains information about and options for configuring the printer. To gain access to the printer Properties tabs, click Start on the Microsoft Windows task bar, click Settings , and then click Printers for Microsoft Windows 2000 or Printers and Faxes for Microsoft Windows XP and Microsoft Windows Server 2003. Right-click the printer name , and then select Properties from the drop-down menu. The Configure tab is included in the HP print driver tab in the printer Properties tab set.
NOTE: Microsoft Windows also has tabs in the printer Properties tab set. For information about those tabs, see the documentation that came with the computer.
The Configure tab contains controls for media-handling devices and controls for managing the HP Color LaserJet 2600n printer.
Figure 13: Configure tab
The Configure tab contains the following controls:
The Printer Model control identifies the printer model. Users cannot configure the Printer Model group box.
Paper Handling Options
The Paper Handling Options group box contains the Allow Manual Duplexing check box. Select this check box to enable the Print on Both Sides (Manually) option on the Finishing tab.
This control specifies whether an additional 250-sheet tray 3 is installed on the printer. The default setting is unselected . In order to use tray 3, the Tray 3 check box must be selected.
Click On to reprint the affected page if a jam occurs. Selecting this option might decrease the overall performance of the printer. Click Off if the affected page should not be reprinted if a jam occurs. The printer prints more quickly when Jam Recovery is turned off. Jam Recovery is turned off by default.
Courier Font Type
Click Regular to enable the printer to print any text using TrueType Courier or Courier New with a normal weight. Click Dark to enable the printer to print any text using TrueType Courier or Courier New with a dark weight without changing the font attributes in the software program.