Creating and using Quick Sets
Use Quick Sets to save the current print-driver settings such as the page orientation, N-up printing, or
the paper source for later use. You can save up to a total of 30 sets of settings. For convenience, Quick
Sets can be selected and saved from most printer-driver tabs.
Windows: Create Quick Sets from most printer-driver tabs. Later, you can gain access to Quick
Sets on the Finishing tab in the printer driver.
Reducing or enlarging
Use the Fit to Page option to scale your document to a percentage of its normal size. You can also
choose to scale your document to fit on any size of paper that the printer supports.
Windows: Gain access to Fit to Page settings on the Effects tab in the printer driver.
Printing on different paper for the first page
Printing on different paper for the first page is useful if, for example, you are printing a letter that uses
letterhead on the first page and plain sheets for the subsequent pages. The size for all pages of the
print job must be the same in the printer driver.
Windows: Try to set this setting from one of these locations, in this order: the Page Setup dialog
box in the program, the Print dialog box in the program, or the Paper/Quality tab in the printer
Restoring the default printer-driver settings
You can return all settings in the printer driver to their default values. This feature might be useful if you
are experiencing quality issues, or if the print media is not being selected from the correct tray.
Windows: Select Defaults in the Quick Sets dialog box on the Finishing tab of the printer driver.
If you are using Windows 2000, you must have Administrator privileges to save Quick