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PS/PCL Printer Guide
PS/PCL Printer Guide
Please read this guide before operating this equipment.
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After you finish reading this guide, store it in a safe place for future reference.

Summary of Contents

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    Series PS/PCL Printer Guide PS/PCL Printer Guide Please read this guide before operating this equipment. After you finish reading this guide, store it in a safe place for future reference.

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    About the Manuals for the Machine The manuals for this machine are divided as follows. Please read them to suit your needs. For Basic Use ... Troubleshooting ... For Basic Copying ... For Convenient Copying ... For Basic Mail Box Function Use ... For Convenient Mail Box Function Use ...

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    Considerable effort has been made to make sure that this manual is free of inaccuracies and omissions. • However, as we are constantly improving our products if you need an exact specification, please contact Canon. Please read this chapter first...

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    Please read this manual thoroughly before using the Network Multi-PDL Printer Kit-C1/C2 with an iR3300/2800/2200 Series machine in order to familiarise yourself with the added capabilities, and to make the most of the functions. After reading this manual store it in a safe place for future reference.

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    Times and Universe are trademarks of Linotype-Hell AG and/or its subsidiaries and may be registered in some jurisdictions. Canon, the Canon logo and NetSpot are trademarks of Canon Inc. Marigold, licensed by Agfa, is a trademark of AlphaOmega Typography, Inc.

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    Safety Information 1. Laser Safety This Product is certified as a Class 1 laser product under EN60825-1:1994. This means that the product does not produce hazardous laser radiation. Since radiation emitted inside the product is completely confined within protective housings and external covers, the laser beam can not escape from the machine during any phase of user operation.

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents How This Manual Is Organized ........i PREFACE .

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 3 Printer Settings Menu Functions and Operation Settings Menu ..........3-3 Copies .

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 4 Report Settings Menu PCL Menu ............4-2 Configuration Page .

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    How to Use This Manual Symbols Used in This Manual The following symbols are used in this manual, for explanations of procedures and restrictions, handling cautions, and instructions that should be observed for safety. WARNING CAUTION IMPORTANT NOTE Keys Used in This Manual The following symbols and key names are used in this manual: •...

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    Screenshots of the touch panel display used in this manual are those taken when the Finisher-J1, Cassette Feeding Unit-W1, Feeder (DADF-H1), Printer Kit, and Network Interface Adapter are attached to the iR3300. Note that functions that cannot be used depending on the model or options, are not displayed on the touch panel display.

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    Operation of the Machine and Terms Used in This Manual This machine makes effective use of memory in order to perform print operations efficiently. For example, as soon as the machine has scanned the original that you want to copy, it can immediately scan the next person’s original.

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    What the Machine Can Do Additional Functions Screen Additional Functions Press to open the Additional Functions screen. The Printer Settings or the Report Settings can be accessed from this screen. Report Settings In the Additional Functions screen, press [Printer Settings] to open the Custom Priting Settings menu.

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    What the Machine Can Do...

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    Before You Start Using the Machine This chapter describes how to set up the printing environment from the touch panel display. Menu Functions ............1-2 What Are Menu Functions? .

  • Page 16: Menu Functions, What Are Menu Functions?

    Menu Functions This chapter describes the menu functions and how to access them with the touch panel display. What Are Menu Functions? The machine lets you specify the number of copies, the paper size, etc., to use when it receives a print job. Normally, however, these types of settings are specified by the application sending the print job, or by the printer driver.

  • Page 17: Accessing The Menus

    Accessing the Menus To access the printer related menu functions, display the Printer Settings screen on the touch panel display and use the keys on the display to specify the settings. IMPORTANT • You can access menus and modify settings while print jobs are waiting in the queue. However, any new settings will only affect print jobs sent to the queue after making the modifications.

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    Press [Settings] or [Utility] to access the corresponding menu. The Settings menu provides access to common settings, such as number of copies, error handling, and toner density. The Utility menu provides access to the reset printer function. Menu Functions...

  • Page 19: Using The Printer Settings Menu, Printer Settings Menu Functions

    Using the Printer Settings Menu The Printer Settings Menu enables you to access common features. Below is an abbreviated outline of the Printer Settings Menu structure. For a detailed description of all Printer Settings Menu options, see “Printer Settings Menu Functions and Operation,”...

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    As an example, the following is the sequence of steps for setting the number of copies. Press Press [Printer Settings]. Press [Settings]. Using the Printer Settings Menu Additional Functions Clear Reset Guide Additional Functions Intereupt ✳ Start...

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    Press [Copies]. Enter the number of copies using the numeric keys or [-] and [+]. Confirm the setting, then press [OK]. Using the Printer Settings Menu...

  • Page 22: Using The Report Settings Menu

    Using the Report Settings Menu The Report Settings Menu enables you to access report print features such as checking the configuration. Below is an abbreviated outline of the Report Settings Menu structure. For a detailed description of Report Settings Menu options, see “Report Settings Menu,”...

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    As an example, the following is the sequence of steps for printing a Configuration Page. Additional Functions Press Reset Guide Additional Functions Intereupt Press [Report Settings]. Press [Printer]. Clear Star ✳ Using the Report Settings Menu...

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    Press [PCL]. Press [Configuration Page]. Press [Yes] to print the page. 1-10 Using the Report Settings Menu...

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    Configuration Page Sample If the printer function is working correctly, the Configuration Page will be similar to the sample below. PCL Configuration Page PS Configuration Page (Printer Kit-C1 Only) Using the Report Settings Menu 1-11...

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    1-12 Using the Report Settings Menu...

  • Page 27: Report Settings Menu Functions

    Menu Functions and Operation CHAPTER This chapter describes outline of all functions and settings. Printer Settings Menu Functions ......... . . 2-2 Report Settings Menu Functions .

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    Printer Settings Menu Functions The following table lists all settings of the Printer Settings Menu. NOTE • The bold values indicate the default settings. Setting Settings Menu (See p.3-3) Copies 1 - 2000 2-Sided Printing On, Off Paper Feed Letter, Legal, A4, A3, A5, 11x17, Executive, Statement, Default Paper Size Monarch, Com10, DL,...

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    Setting Available Options Auto Continue On, Off 1 hour, 2 hours, 3 hours, Job Securing Time 6 hours, 12 hours, 24 hours Timeout Timeout (5 - 15 - 300 s), Off Print After On, Off Completing RIP None, Rotate Collating, Rotate Grouping, Offset Collating, Offset Grouping, Staple Sort...

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    Setting DESKTOP, ISO4, ISO6, ISO11, ISO15, ISO17, ISO21, ISO60, ISO69, ISOL1, ISOL2, ISOL5, ISOL6, LEGAL, MATH8, MCTEXT, MSPUBL, PC775, Symbol Set PC8, PC850, PC852, PC8DN, PC8TK, PC1004, PIFONT, PSMATH, PSTEXT, ROMAN8, VNINTL, VNMATH, VNUS, WIN30, WINBALT, WINL1, WINL2, WINL5 Custom Paper On, Off Unit of Measure Millimeters, Inches...

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    Report Settings Menu Functions The following table lists functions of the Report Settings Menu. Setting Printer Menu (See p.4-1) Configuration Page Enables you to print the PCL Configuration Page. Font List Enables you to print the PCL Font List. PS (Printer Kit-C1 Only) Configuration Page Enables you to print the PS Configuration Page.

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    Report Settings Menu Functions...

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    Printer Settings Menu Functions and Operation This chapter describes how to use the Printer Settings Menu and its submenus. Settings Menu ............3-3 Copies .

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    3. Printer Settings Menu Functions and Operation Custom Paper ............3-21 Unit of Measure .

  • Page 35: Settings Menu, Copies, Sided Printing

    Settings Menu NOTE • The bold values indicate the default settings. Copies 2-Sided Printing 1-2000 Enables you to specify the number of copies printed. The default setting is 1, but you can specify up to 2000 copies. On, Off This parameter selects one-sided or two-sided printing. When 2-Sided Printing is specified, the document is printed on both sides of the paper.

  • Page 36: Paper Feed, Default Paper Size

    Paper Feed Default Paper Size Settings Menu Letter, Legal, A4, A3, A5, 11x17, Executive, Statement, Monarch, COM10, DL, ISO-B5, ISO-C5 This parameter defines the default paper size used when the paper size cannot be set within the application software, when no paper source is specified.

  • Page 37: Default Paper Type

    128 gsm (128 g/m • Canon transparency film is recommended for printing on transparencies. • Canon label paper is recommended for printing on labels. • Transparency, Tracing Paper, and Labels cannot be printed using two-sided printing. Paper that will be printed on →...

  • Page 38: Print Quality, Image Refinement, Density, Toner Save

    Print Quality Image Refinement Density Toner Save Settings Menu On, Off This setting smoothes the jagged outlines of characters and graphics. If [On] is selected, smoothing is performed before printing. If [Off] is selected, jobs are printed without being smoothed. NOTE •...

  • Page 39: Layout, Binding

    Layout Binding Long Edge, Short Edge This parameter determines whether the binding position is along the long edge or the short edge of the paper. When binding for 2-sided printing, the image orientation is automatically adjusted for correct layout. When the binding position is on the long edge of the paper: Two-sided printing in portrait orientation Front...

  • Page 40: Margin

    Margin Settings Menu -30.0 - 0.0 - +30.0 mm (in increments of 0.5 mm) This setting sets the page margin in mm. The settings can be set between -30.0 mm (-1.20 inch) to +30.0 mm (+1.20 inch) in increments of 0.5 mm (0.01 inch).

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    Binding and Margin Settings Refer to the figures below to set binding and margins. Portrait printing with margin Front Back (Two-sided printing) Binding : Long edge Margin : [+] Binding : Long edge Margin : [-] Binding : Short edge Margin : [+] Binding : Short edge...

  • Page 42: Offset X, Offset Y

    Offset X Offset Y 3-10 Settings Menu -50.0 - 0.0 - +50.0 mm (in increments of 0.5 mm) This setting sets the offset position in mm. The settings can be set between -50.0 mm (-2.00 inch) to +50.0 mm (+2.00 inch) in increments of 0.5 mm (0.01 inch).

  • Page 43: Auto Continue, Job Securing Time

    On, Off Auto Continue You can set whether or not this function is used automatically to temporarily clear an error and continue printing (Error skip) when an error occurs. When [Off] has been selected, you must use the touch panel display to perform an error skip.

  • Page 44: Timeout, Print After Completing Rip

    Timeout Print After Completing RIP 3-12 Settings Menu Timeout (5 - 15 - 300 s), Off When the machine is set to switch between printer modes, the machine detects the control commands and starts printing in the appropriate mode. After all the data has been received and the end of the data is detected, the print mode stops.

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    None, Rotate Collating, Rotate Grouping, Finisher Offset Collating, Offset Grouping, Staple Sort Staple Position Some of the above options require specific delivery trays and may not be available unless appropriate delivery trays are installed: Rotate Collating Rotate Grouping Offset Collating Offset Grouping Staple Sort You can choose from several features when collating printed matter.

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    3-14 Settings Menu Examples of each Finisher option when printing three copies of a three- page document: None Rotate Grouping Offset Grouping NOTE • Rotate Collating and Rotate Grouping are available for selection if the paper size is A5, A4, JIS-B5, Letter or Statement, and if the printer has paper of the selected size loaded in both orientations (e.g.

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    When you select [Staple Sort], you can select the stapling position. Corner Double (Upper-L) (Top) Corner Double (Lower-R) (Bottom) NOTE • When stapling paper in landscape orientation, the image orientation and the staple position may not match. • Staple Sort is available for selection if the paper size is A3, B4, A4, A4R, JIS-B5, 11x17, Legal, Letter, Letter-R, Statement or Executive.

  • Page 48: Punch

    Punch 3-16 Settings Menu - Finisher-J1 Staple Position Corner Corner Corner Corner (Upper-R) (Upper-L) (Lower-R) (Lower-L) Paper Size 11x17 Legal Letter Letter-R Yes* Yes* Executive Yes* Yes* JIS-B5 NOTE • The maximum number of sheets that can be stapled is 15 for A3 and 11x17, 20 for B4 and Legal, 30 for A4, A4R, JIS-B5, Letter, Letter-R and Executive.

  • Page 49: Booklet

    On, Off Booklet Enables you to prepare the printout for binding as a booklet. Unlike a book, pages in a booklet are bound on the same side. If [On] is selected, the pages are bound on the left side. NOTE •...

  • Page 50: Saddle Stitch

    Saddle Stitch 3-18 Settings Menu On, Off Saddle Stitch enables the machine to bind a finished print job by stapling and folding the pages of a booklet in the center. The Saddle Stitch function is valid only when booklet print is selected. This can be selected independently from the driver.

  • Page 51: Transparency Interleaving, Personality, Initialize

    None, Blank, Printed Transparency Inter- leaving When printing on transparencies you can use this setting to output a sheet of paper after each transparency. The paper can be blank, or it can be a paper copy of the transparency. If [None] is selected, no sheets are interleaved with the transparencies. If [Blank] is selected, a blank sheet of paper is inserted between each transparency.

  • Page 52: Pcl/ps Settings, Orientation, Font Number, Point Size, Pitch

    PCL/PS Settings This section explains the different menu settings available for PCL and PS, respectively. Orientation Font Number Point Size Pitch 3-20 PCL/PS Settings Portrait, Landscape Enables you to set the paper orientation. If [Portrait] is selected, the print image is printed in portrait orientation regardless of the orientation of the paper in the paper drawers.

  • Page 53: Form Lines, Symbol Set, Custom Paper, Unit Of Measure, X Dimension

    Form Lines 5 - 64 - 128 lines Enables you to specify the number of lines to be printed on a page. You can specify from 5 to 128 lines. Symbol Set DESKTOP, ISO4, ISO6, ISO11, ISO15, ISO17, ISO21, ISO60, ISO69, ISOL1, ISOL2, ISOL5, ISOL6, LEGAL, MATH8, MCTEXT, MSPUBL, PC775, PC8, PC850, PC852, PC8DN, PC8TK, PC1004, PIFONT, PSMATH, PSTEXT, ROMAN8, VNINTL, VNMATH, VNUS, WIN30, WINBALT,...

  • Page 54: Y Dimension, Ps (printer Kit-c1 Only), Job Timeout, Wait Timeout, Print Ps Errors

    Y Dimension Append CR to LF PS (Printer Kit-C1 Only) Job Timeout Wait Timeout Print PS Errors 3-22 PCL/PS Settings 100 - 297 mm Enables you to specify the Y dimension of the custom paper. The Y dimension can be adjusted in increments of 1 mm. This function can be very useful when part of the printed image is cut off.

  • Page 55: Utility Menu, Reset Printer

    Even if the data has not been deleted, the print job may not print correctly. Canon recommends that you delete the data and print the job again. Utility Menu...

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    3-24 Utility Menu...

  • Page 57: Pcl Menu, Font List, Ps Menu (printer Kit-c1 Only)

    Report Settings Menu This chapter describes how to use the Report Settings Menu to check the configuration of the print function or print a font list. PCL Menu ............4-2 PS Menu (Printer Kit-C1 Only) .

  • Page 58: Font List

    PCL Menu This section explains the report functions available for PCL. Configuration Page Font List PCL Menu Details of RAM capacity, settings in the printer’s menus, etc. are printed. When you select Configuration Page, the confirmation message “Print configuration page?” is displayed. If you select [Yes], the configuration page will be printed, and if you select [No], it will not be printed.

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    PS Menu (Printer Kit-C1 Only) This section explains the report functions available for PS. Configuration Page Font List Details of RAM capacity, settings in the printer’s menus, etc. are printed. When you select Configuration Page, the confirmation message “Print configuration page?” is displayed. If you select [Yes], the configuration page will be printed, and if you select [No], it will not be printed.

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    PS Menu (Printer Kit-C1 Only)

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    Troubleshooting This chapter explains how to solve printing problems and the steps to take if printing fails. Responding to Error Messages ..........5-2 Resetting the Machine After a Service Call Message .

  • Page 62: Responding To Error Messages, Resetting The Machine After A Service Call Message

    Responding to Error Messages When the status indicator is orange, printing is not possible. If this happens during printing, the print operation stops. Read the displayed error message to determine the appropriate actions necessary to correct the problem. This section describes how to handle error messages that appear on the touch panel display.

  • Page 63: When A Message Is Displayed

    When a Message Is Displayed If the printer is unable to print for some reason, the error indicator lights up and a message indicating the cause of the problem is displayed on the touch panel display. When these messages are displayed, take the following action to solve the problem.

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    E677-5800 PDL Service Call Cause An internal error has occurred. Solution Perform a printer reset to try to initialize the function again. If this error persists, contact a service representative. PDL RIP Initialize Error Cause An error occurred during printer initialization, and the initialization could not be performed correctly.

  • Page 65: Printing Problems, Printer Trouble

    If you have trouble printing, we recommend dealing with the problems in the following ways. NOTE • Please contact your Canon service representative if a problem persists, or if you encounter problems not listed below. Printer Trouble The printer does not work Cause 1 There is data remaining in the printer’s memory (The Processing/Data lamp is flashing...

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    Printing Problems Meaningless characters are being printed Cause 1 You have printed from Windows without installing the printer driver for Windows that was included with the printer. Solution Install the printer driver for Windows that was included with the printer and print the data again.

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    The data does not fit on the page properly (All of the data that should be on the page is not printed) Cause 1 The paper is not in the correct position. Solution Make sure the printer’s set correctly and try printing again. Reference See “Loading Paper,”...

  • Page 68: Print Quality Problems

    Print Quality Problems The printout is too light or too dark Cause 1 The toner density settings are not correct. Solution Adjust Density in the printer settings menu. Reference See “Density,” on p. 3-6. Cause 2 Toner Save in the printer settings menu is set to [On]. Solution Toner Save Mode to [Off].

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    Appendix This chapter shows print samples for different fonts, describes font information, including sources and font lists, and lists a summary of the specifications for the machine. Some Basic Facts About Fonts ..........6-2 What Is a Font? .

  • Page 70: Some Basic Facts About Fonts, Attributes Of Fonts

    Some Basic Facts About Fonts This section summarises some of the basic facts you should know about fonts. What Is a Font? A font is a collection of letters and symbols used when printing a document. In general, a group of letters and symbols sharing a common design is referred to as a font.

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    Typeface Typeface refers to the design of the characters and symbols. The following figure shows an example of some typefaces. Typeface Courier ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ Times ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ Helvetica ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ Stroke Weight Stroke weight refers to the thickness of the print. There are light, medium, and bold stroke weights.

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    Point size Point size refers to the height of the character. Point size is measured in points. One inch is divided into 72 points and 1 point is 1/72 of an inch (about 0.35 mm). The printer function has bit-mapped fonts and scalable fonts available. The bit-mapped fonts are fixed in size, but the scalable fonts are not fixed in size.

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    Pitch (cpi) Pitch refers to the number of characters that are printed in one inch. The unit is cpi (characters per inch). As the number of characters per inch increases, the space between characters decreases; as the cpi decreases, the space between characters increases.

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    Fixed spacing and Proportional spacing Proportional spacing Orientation Orientation refers to the direction of printing. The printer function can print using two different paper orientations: portrait and landscape. With portrait orientation, text is printed across the width of the paper (short edge), and with landscape orientation, text is printed across the length of the paper (long edge).

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    Symbol Set When you print the letter “A,” the host computer sends a code corresponding to “A” (hexadecimal 41 is an example of this) to the machine. This code is referred to as the character code. The machine stores an internal representation of each character, and selects from among these character patterns the pattern corresponding to the received code.

  • Page 76: Bit-mapped Fonts And Scalable Fonts

    Bit-mapped Fonts and Scalable Fonts There are two types of fonts available, and these fonts are distinguished by the type of data from which they are formed. • Bit-mapped fonts • Scalable fonts Bit-mapped Fonts Each character of bit-mapped fonts are composed of grid of small dots and stored in the machine’s memory in dot matrix.

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    Scalable Fonts With scalable fonts, characters are freely enlarged or compressed from the one point to any size you wish in 0.1 point increments. Scalable fonts Some Basic Facts About Fonts...

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    Standard Scalable Fonts (PCL) With scalable fonts, characters are freely enlarged or compressed from one point to any size you wish in 0.1 point increments. (The maximum range of scaling depends on the size of the memory installed in the machine and the size of the paper used.) The following scalable typefaces are included with the machine.

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    Code 128 Expanded Bold Codebar Codebar Condensed Codebar Expanded Interleaved 2 of 5 Light Interleaved 2 of 5 Interleaved 2 of 5 Semi Symbol Sets (For Scalable Typefaces Only) The following symbol sets are included with the machine. ASCII (ISO6) BC3 of 9 Barcode Code 128 Barcode Codebar...

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    6-12 Some Basic Facts About Fonts BookmanCE Light GlllSansCE BoldItalic Bookman LightItalic GillSans Condensed BookmanCE LightI- GillSansCE Con- talic densed Bookman Demi GillSans BoldCon- densed BookmanCE Demi GillSansCE BoldCon- Bookman DemiItalic densed BookmanCE DemiI- GillSans Light talic GillSansCE Light Candid GillSans LightItalic Chicago GillSansCE LightItalic...

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    NewCenturySchlbk TimesNewRomanPS Bold ItalicMT NewCenturySchl- TimesNewRomanCE bkCE Bold Italic NewCenturySchlbk TlmesNewRomanPS BoldItalic BoldMT NewCenturySchl- TimesNewRomanCE bkCE BoldItalic Bold NewYork TimesNewRomanPS BoldItalicMT NewYorkCE TimesNewRomanCE Optima BoldItalic OptimaCE Roman Univers Optima Italic UniversCE Medium OptimaCE Italic Univers Oblique Optima Bold UniversCE Oblique OptimaCE Bold Univers Bold Optima BoldItalic...

  • Page 82: Checking The Font Lists For Available Fonts

    Checking the Font Lists for Available Fonts Font lists are a comprehensive listing of all fonts currently available. The listing contains both the names of resident fonts, and the names of the fonts stored on any external hard disk that may be present. PCL FONT LISTS 6-14 Checking the Font Lists for Available Fonts...

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    The Font List includes the following information: Font Name The typeface name. Spacing This indicates whether a font is a fixed-size, non-proportional font or a proportional font. Style Upright (straight) characters or italic (slanted) characters. Stroke Weight The stroke weight of the characters in the font. Pitch/Point Size The pitch and point size.

  • Page 84: Typeface Samples

    Typeface Samples Standard Scalable Fonts (PCL) Courier CG Times CG Times Bold CG Times Italic CG Times Bold Italic CG Omega CG Omega Bold CG Omega Italic CG Omega Bold Italic Coronet Clarendon Condensed Univers Medium Univers Bold Univers Medium Italic Univers Bold Italic Univers Medium Condensed Univers Bold Condensed...

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    Marigold Albertus Medium Albertus Extra Bold Arial Arial Bold Arial Italic Arial Bold Italic Times New Times New Bold Times New Italic Times New Bold Italic Helvetica Helvetica Bold Helvetica Oblique Helvetica Bold Oblique Helvetica Narrow Helvetica Narrow Bold Helvetica Narrow Oblique Helvetica Narrow Bold Oblique Palatino Roman Palatino Bold...

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    ITC Avant Garde Gothic Demi Oblique ITC Bookman Light ITC Bookman Demi ITC Bookman Light Italic ITC Bookman Demi Italic New Century Schoolbook Roman New Century Schoolbook Bold New Century Schoolbook Italic New Century Schoolbook Bold Italic Times Roman Times Bold Times Italic Times Bold Italic ITC Zapf Chancery Medium Italic...

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    Bar Code Scalable Fonts (PCL) BC 3 of 9 Thin BC 3 of 9 Light BC 3 of 9 BC 3 of 9 Semi BC 3 of 9 Heavy Code 128 Code 128 Bold Code 128 Condensed Code 128 Condensed Bold Code 128 Expanded Code 128 Expanded Bold Interleaved 2 of 5 Light...

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    OCR Code Scalable Fonts (PCL) OCR A OCR B Bit-mapped Fonts Line Printer Line Printer Line Printer Line Printer Line Printer Line Printer Line Printer Line Printer Line Printer 6-20 Checking the Font Lists for Available Fonts...

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    PS Fonts (Printer Kit-C1 Only) AlbertusMT AlbertusMT Italic AlbertusMT Light AntiqueOlive Roman AntiqueOliveCE Roman AntiqueOlive Italic AntiqueOliveCE Italic AntiqueOlive Bold AntiqueOliveCE Bold AntiqueOlive Compact AntiqueOliveCE Compact Apple Chancery Apple ChanceryCE ArialMT ArialCE Arial ItalicMT ArialCE Italic Arial BoldMT ArialCE Bold Arial BoldItalicMT ArialCE BoldItalic AvantGarde Book...

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    AvantGardeCE DemiOblique Bodoni BodoniCE Bodoni Italic BodoniCE Italic Bodoni Bold BodoniCE Bold Bodoni BoldItalic BodoniCE BoldItalic Bodoni Poster BodoniCE Poster Bodoni PosterCompressed BodoniCE PosterCompressed Bookman Light BookmanCE Light Bookman LightItalic BookmanCE LightItalic Bookman Demi BookmanCE Demi Bookman DemiItalic BookmanCE DemiItalic Candid Chicago Chicago CE...

  • Page 91

    Clarendon Bold ClarendonCE Bold CooperBlack CooperBlack Italic Copperplate ThirtyTwoBC Copperplate ThirtyThreeBC Coronet Regular CoronetCE Regular Courier CourierCE Courier Oblique CourierCE Oblique Courier Bold CourierCE Bold Courier BoldOblique CourierCE BoldOblique Eurostile EurostileCE Eurostile Bold EurostileCE Bold Eurostile ExtendedTwo EurostileCE ExtendedTwo Eurostile BoldExtendedTwo EurostileCE BoldExtendedTwo Geneva GenevaCE...

  • Page 92

    GillSans Italic GillSansCE Italic GillSans Bold GillSansCE Bold GlllSans BoldItalic GlllSansCE BoldItalic GillSans Condensed GillSansCE Condensed GillSans BoldCondensed GillSansCE BoldCondensed GillSans Light GillSansCE Light GillSans LightItalic GillSansCE LightItalic GillSans ExtraBold GillSansCE ExtraBold Goudy Goudy Italic Goudy Bold Goudy BoldItalic Goudy ExtraBold Helvetica HelveticaCE Helvetica Oblique...

  • Page 93

    HelveticaCE BoldOblique Helvetica Condensed HelveticaCE Cond Helvetica Condensed Oblique HelveticaCE CondObl Helvetica Condensed Bold HelveticaCE CondBold Helvetica Condensed BoldObl HelveticaCE CondBoldObl Helvetica Narrow HelveticaCE Narrow Helvetica Narrow Bold HelveticaCE NarrowBold Helvetica Narrow BoldOblique HelveticaCE Narrow BoldOblique Helvetica Narrow Oblique HelveticaCE NarrowOblique HoeflerText Regular HoeflerTextCE Regular HoeflerText Italic...

  • Page 94

    JoannaMT Italic JoannaMTCE Italic JoannaMT Bold JoannaMTCE Bold JoannaMT BoldItalic JoannaMTCE BoldItalic LetterGothic LetterGothicCE LetterGothic Slanted LetterGothicCE Slanted LetterGothic Bold LetterGothicCE Bold LetterGothic BoldSlanted LetterGothicCE BoldSlanted LubalinGraph Book LubalinGraphCE Book LubalinGraph BookOblique LubalinGraphCE BookOblique LubalinGraph Demi LubalinGraphCE Demi LubalinGraph DemiOblique LubalinGraphCE DemiOblique Marigold Monaco...

  • Page 95

    NewCenturySchlbk Italic NewCenturySchlbkCE Italic NewCenturySchlbk Bold NewCenturySchlbkCE Bold NewCenturySchlbk BoldItalic NewCenturySchlbkCE BoldItalic NewYork NewYorkCE Optima OptimaCE Roman Optima Italic OptimaCE Italic Optima Bold OptimaCE Bold Optima BoldItalic OptimaCE BoldItalic Oxford Palatino Roman PalatinoCE Roman Palatino Italic PalatinoCE Italic Palatino Bold PalatinoCE Bold Palatino BoldItalic PalatinoCE BoldItalic...

  • Page 96

    StempelGaramondCE Italic StempelGaramond Bold StempelGaramondCE Bold StempelGaramond BoldItalic StempelGaramondCE BoldItalic Symbol Tekton Times Roman TimesCE Roman Times Italic TimesCE Italic Times Bold TimesCE Bold Times BoldItalic TimesCE BoldItalic TimesNewRomanPSMT TimesNewRomanCE TimesNewRomanPS ItalicMT TimesNewRomanCE Italic TlmesNewRomanPS BoldMT TimesNewRomanCE Bold TimesNewRomanPS BoldItalicMT TimesNewRomanCE BoldItalic Univers UniversCE Medium...

  • Page 97

    UniversCE Bold Univers BoldOblique UniversCE BoldOblique Univers Light UniversCE Light Univers Light Oblique Univers CE Light Oblique Univers Condensed UniversCE Condensed Univers CondensedOblique UniversCE CondensedOblique Univers CondensedBold UniversCE CondensedBold Univers CondensedBoldOblique UniversCE CondensedBoldOblique Univers Extended UniversCE Extended Univers ExtendedObl UniversCE ExtendedObl Univers BoldExt UniversCE BoldExt Univers BoldExtObl...

  • Page 98: Symbol Sets

    Symbol Sets ASCII DeskTop 6-30 Checking the Font Lists for Available Fonts...

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    ISO 8859-1 Latin 1 ISO 8859-10 Latin 6 Checking the Font Lists for Available Fonts 6-31...

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    ISO 8859-2 Latin 2 ISO 8859-9 Latin 5 6-32 Checking the Font Lists for Available Fonts...

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    ISO French ISO German Checking the Font Lists for Available Fonts 6-33...

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    ISO Italian ISO Norwegian 6-34 Checking the Font Lists for Available Fonts...

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    ISO Spanish ISO Swedish Checking the Font Lists for Available Fonts 6-35...

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    ISO United Kingdom Legal 6-36 Checking the Font Lists for Available Fonts...

  • Page 105

    Math-8 MC Text Checking the Font Lists for Available Fonts 6-37...

  • Page 106

    Microsoft Publishing PC-1004 6-38 Checking the Font Lists for Available Fonts...

  • Page 107

    PC-775 PC-8 Checking the Font Lists for Available Fonts 6-39...

  • Page 108

    PC-8 D/N PC-850 6-40 Checking the Font Lists for Available Fonts...

  • Page 109

    PC-852 PC-Turkish Checking the Font Lists for Available Fonts 6-41...

  • Page 110

    PI Font PS Math 6-42 Checking the Font Lists for Available Fonts...

  • Page 111

    PS Text Roman-8 Checking the Font Lists for Available Fonts 6-43...

  • Page 112

    Symbol Ventura International 6-44 Checking the Font Lists for Available Fonts...

  • Page 113

    Ventura Math Ventura US Checking the Font Lists for Available Fonts 6-45...

  • Page 114

    Windows 3.0 Latin 1 Windows 3.1 Latin 1 6-46 Checking the Font Lists for Available Fonts...

  • Page 115

    Windows 3.1 Latin 2 Windows 3.1 Latin 5 Checking the Font Lists for Available Fonts 6-47...

  • Page 116

    Windows Baltic Wingdings 6-48 Checking the Font Lists for Available Fonts...

  • Page 117

    3 of 9 Barcode Code 128 Checking the Font Lists for Available Fonts 6-49...

  • Page 118

    Codebar Interleaved 2 of 5 6-50 Checking the Font Lists for Available Fonts...

  • Page 119

    MSI / Plessey PostNet Checking the Font Lists for Available Fonts 6-51...

  • Page 120

    UPC / EAN barcode OCR-A 6-52 Checking the Font Lists for Available Fonts...

  • Page 121

    OCR-B Checking the Font Lists for Available Fonts 6-53...

  • Page 122: Configuration Page, Configuration Page, Configuration Page Sample

    Configuration Page Sample PCL Configuration Page 6-54 Configuration Page Sample PS Configuration Page (Printer Kit-C1 Only)

  • Page 123

    The Configuration Page includes the following information: Hardware Configuration This section displays the hardware configuration of the machine, including any options that have been installed. Common Settings This section displays the common printer settings of the machine, as determined by the Set- tings menu.

  • Page 124: Specifications

    Specifications Software Specifications Command language: Resident fonts: Printable area: 6-56 Specifications PCL 6, PCL 5e, PostScript 3 emulation 80 Scalable fonts 30 Barcode fonts 2 OCR fonts 9 Bitmap fonts PS (Printer Kit-C1 Only) 136 Scalable fonts PCL 5e Reduced to 4 mm from the top, bottom, left, and right edges of the paper.

  • Page 125: Index

    Index Numerics 2-Sided Printing ... 3-3 Accessing the Menus ... 1-3 Append CR to LF ... 3-22 Auto Continue ... 3-11 Bar Code Font List ... 6-10 Binding ... 3-7 Booklet ... 3-17 Collating ... 3-13 Configuration Page (PCL) ... 4-2 Configuration Page (PS) ...

  • Page 126

    Finisher ... 3-13 Fix/PS ... 6-2 Font List (PCL) ... 4-2 Font List (PS) ... 4-3 Font lists Sample ... 6-14 Font Name ... 6-15 Font Number ... 3-20 Fonts List of Bar Code Fonts ... 6-10 List of OCR Fonts ... 6-10 List of Scalable Fonts ...

  • Page 127: Paper Size Override

    OCR Font List ... 6-10 Offset Collating ... 3-13 Offset Grouping ... 3-13 Offset X ... 3-10 Offset Y ... 3-10 Orientation ...3-20 Paper Feed ... 3-4 Paper Size Override ... 3-5 PCL ...3-20 PCL Menu ... 4-2 Personality ... 3-19 Pitch ...

  • Page 128

    Staple Position ... 3-13 Staple Sort ... 3-13 Stroke Weight ... 6-3 Style ... 6-3 Symbol Set ...3-21 Timeout ... 3-12 Toner Save ... 3-6 Transparency Interleaving ... 3-19 Typeface Samples ... 6-3 Bar Code Scalable Fonts ... 6-19 Bit-mapped Fonts ... 6-20 OCR Code Scalable Fonts ...

  • Page 129

    CANON INC. 30-2, Shimomaruko 3-chome, Ohta-ku, Tokyo 146-8501, Japan CANON U.S.A., INC. One Canon Plaza, Lake Success, NY 11042, U.S.A. CANON CANADA INC. 6390 Dixie Road Mississauga, Ontario L5T 1P7, Canada CANON EUROPA N.V. Bovenkerkerweg 59-61 P.O. Box 2262, 1180 EG Amstelveen, The Netherlands CANON FRANCE S.A.

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    how to install ir 3300 printer derivers, so please need to printer drivers manual
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  • Khaofang Dec 03, 2013 02:06:
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