On the Macintosh, printer
settings are saved with
your document, but you
can't save them from one
application to another.
You'll have to check your
settings each time you
print from a new
application. If you want to
reuse settings, you can
templates for your favorite
Printing from a Macintosh
When you set up a new printer for your Macintosh, you need to
check the page setup for documents in each application you use.
You can then click the print icon or choose
menu. You see a dialog box that lets you choose the settings that
describe your print job.
This section describes the preferences you'll need to set for all
your everyday printouts. See Chapter 2 for information about
special settings like PhotoEnhance.
Follow these steps to check printer settings from your word
processor or other Macintosh application:
Setup dialog box.
2. Choose your paper size and other page setup options and
from the File menu or click the print icon in
your application. You see a dialog box like the following:
4. Choose the number of copies and indicate which pages you
want to print.
from the File menu. You see the Page
Click for more information
about printer settings
Click to see list
of media types
from the File