3-2 Printing with PC-Compatible Computers
O PRINT FILES WITH THE PARALLEL PORT
1. Make sure that parallel printing is enabled on your Fiery SI.
Print the Conﬁguration page to see if parallel port printing is enabled. See the
Administrator Guide for information about setting up parallel printing on the
Fiery SI and Getting Started for information about setting up parallel port printing on
2. Select the printer port that is connected to the Fiery SI's parallel port.
Select one of the local ports: LPT1, LPT2, or LPT3. For instructions, see your
3. Print from within your application.
If you are printing a PostScript ﬁle in binary format (not ASCII), verify that the
Network Setup option
menu on the Fiery SI to print the Conﬁguration page to view the settings for all Setup
Setting printing options
Once you have installed the Fiery SI printer driver ﬁle, you can select the printer
settings you prefer. You can also change some of these settings for a particular ﬁle from
within your application when you send the ﬁle to the Fiery SI.
Printing with Windows 3.x
You can use the Fiery SI with either the Adobe PostScript Printer Driver
(ADOBEPS.DRV) included with the Fiery SI or the Windows PostScript Printer
Driver (PSCRIPT.DRV) included with your Windows software.
Printing with Windows 95
To print from Windows 95 applications over a network, you must be connected to a
print server. This can be a Novell NetWare server, NT server, or UNIX server. See the
Administrator Guide for information about connecting a server to the Fiery SI.
You can print from Windows 95 with the Adobe PostScript Printer Driver for
Windows version 4.1.
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is set to
. You can use the Functions