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Xerox DocuPrint NPS/
IPS
Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client
721P90350
Version 8.0
October 2002

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  • Page 1 Xerox DocuPrint NPS/ Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client 721P90350 Version 8.0 October 2002...
  • Page 2 Printed in the United States of America. Publication number: 721P90350 Xerox® and all Xerox products mentioned in this publication are trademarks of Xerox Corporation. Products and trademarks of other companies are also acknowledged. Changes are periodically made to this document. Changes, technical...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Setting up PC-DOS workstations ......2-2 Installing Xerox Client Software for DOS ....2-2 Installing the PPD file .
  • Page 4 3. Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX) . . 3-1 Printing using the Xerox utilities software ..... . . 3-1 print command .
  • Page 5 Setting printer-specific options ....4-32 Setting Xerox Job Ticket options ....4-34 Monitoring and controlling printing .
  • Page 6 Setting the preferences ......5-36 Redirecting printing to a Xerox network print queue ....5-38 6.
  • Page 7 6-29 Setting the default printer ......6-36 Removing a printer from the setup ..... . 6-37 7.
  • Page 8 Table of contents viii Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client...
  • Page 9: Safety

    The laser danger labels on the system are for Xerox service representatives and are on or near panels or shields that must be removed with a tool.
  • Page 10: Ozone Information: U. S. Only

    1-800-828-6571 to request the Xerox publication 600P83222, OZONE. Operation safety: U. S. Your Xerox equipment and supplies have been designed and tested to meet strict safety requirements. They have been approved by safety agencies, and they comply with environmental standards.
  • Page 11: Operation Safety: Europe

    For customers outside the United States, contact your local Xerox representative or operating company. Operation safety: Europe This Xerox product and supplies are manufactured, tested and certified to strict safety regulations, electromagnetic regulations and established environmental standards. Any unauthorised alteration, which may include the addition of new functions or connection of external devices, may impact the product certification.
  • Page 12: Electrical Supply

    This product should not be placed in a built-in installation unless proper ventilation is provided, please contact your Xerox representative for advice. Never push objects of any kind into the ventilation vents of the product.
  • Page 13: Maintenance

    A full declaration of conformity, defining the relevant directives and referenced standards, can be obtained from your Xerox representative. In order to allow this equipment to operate in proximity to...
  • Page 14: Radio And Telecommunications Equipment Directive (europe Only)

    Radio and telecommunications equipment directive (Europe only) Certification to 1999/5/EC Radio Equipment and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive: This Xerox product has been self-certified by Xerox for pan- European single terminal connection to the analog public switched telephone network (PSTN) in accordance with Directive 1999/5/EC.
  • Page 15: For Further Information

    For further information For more information on Environment, Health and Safety in relation to this Xerox product and supplies, please contact the following customer help lines: Europe:+44 1707 353434 USA:1 800 8286571 Canada:1 800 8286571 Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client...
  • Page 16 Safety Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client...
  • Page 17: Introduction

    96, 4635, and 180. About this guide This guide provides the information you need to submit documents to the Xerox DocuPrint or DocuColor 2060 NPS/IPS printers from your client workstation. It is a companion guide to the following Xerox Production Print Services publications: •...
  • Page 18: Contents

    It includes procedures for installing and removing Xerox Client Software (print command). • Chapter 3, “Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX),” contains the information you need to submit print jobs, obtain print queue status, delete print jobs, and control printer operations using Xerox utilities software.
  • Page 19: Conventions

    <ENTER> (for example, enter y). • Italics: Document and library names are shown in italics (for example, the Xerox DocuPrint NPS/IPS Guide to Managing Print Jobs). • Quotation marks: Keywords you can enter as arguments appear in quotes (for example, “USLetter”).
  • Page 20: Related Publications

    Introduction Related publications The Xerox DocuColor NPS/IPS documentation set includes the documents listed below. NOTE: For a list of IMB reference manuals for IPDS printing, refer to the Solutions Guide for IPDS Printing. • Guide to Configuring and Managing the System •...
  • Page 21: Docuprint And Docucolor 2060 Nps/ips Client Overview

    (PDL). The application produces print data in one of the supported page description language formats, for example PostScript level 2. NOTE: For information on Xerox drivers, refer to the following web site: http://www.xerox.com/drivers. NOTE: Northlake Software, Inc. develops printer interface software that provides access from Digital Equipment Corporation Open VMS systems to network printers.
  • Page 22: Document Attributes

    Attribute values can be assigned by: • A job ticket from Xerox client software, set by an end user at a workstation • A job submission protocol, such as lpr options, set by an end user at a workstation •...
  • Page 23: Virtual Printers

    When attempting to submit a job larger than this limit, a message is posted to /var/log/DocuPrint stating the job could not be queued due to its size. Break up large jobs into smaller jobs. Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client DocuPrint and DocuColor 2060 NPS/IPS client overview...
  • Page 24 (Transparent printing is done using one of the Xerox printer drivers, or by using third-party drivers with the Xerox PPD file for your printer.) Also, this method is available through some, but not all, platform and application software configurations.
  • Page 25: Communicating With The Network

    Job Submission Using XDS Plus. This document is part of the Xerox Production Print Services series. • Xerox DigiPath Quick Print software for Windows NT 4.0 provides a series of dialog boxes that you use to select a document, set up a job ticket, and submit your print job.
  • Page 26: Receiving Job Status Feedback

    ** NPS/IPS running on a Sun Microsystems client is based on the standard Sun operating system (OS); however, the Sun OS has been customized for use with the Xerox printer controller. Therefore, not all standards Sun OS features are available.
  • Page 27 Apple Macintosh Job status information is available at the workstation through AppleTalk. IBM RS/6000, Job status information is available for jobs submitted using Xerox Client Software HP/Apollo and and by using the lpstat command for jobs submitted using the lp command.
  • Page 28 DocuPrint and DocuColor 2060 NPS/IPS client overview Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client...
  • Page 29: Setting Up Workstations

    This chapter describes how to prepare your DOS, Macintosh, and UNIX workstations to work with the printer. It includes procedures for installing and removing Xerox Client Software (print command). Before you complete the tasks in this chapter, do the following at your workstation: •...
  • Page 30: Setting Up Pc-dos Workstations

    This procedure automatically downloads the software. Xerox Client Software works only for the drive on which it is installed. You must be running Wollongong Pathway Access release 3.1, FTP PC/TCP , or Sun PC-NFS V5.1software.
  • Page 31 To install Xerox Client Software, complete the following steps at the client: 1. Ensure that the network software is installed and running. 2. If the host table file does not exist, create it. 3. Verify that the names and corresponding TCP/IP addresses of the printer controller and the PC client itself are in the host table file.
  • Page 32 If it does not, edit line 1 to include the printer controller name. 10. Make sure that your path environment variable contains directories for the Xerox client .exe files and for the networking software \usr\xerox\NPS/IPS\client\bin. 11. Change the PATH statement so that the directory...
  • Page 33: Installing The Ppd File

    NOTE: “Print” is a common command name for printing, and you might accidentally execute a different print command. For this reason, you may wish to verify that the installed Xerox print command is in use. You can verify that the DocuPrint NPS/IPS print command is being executed by typing print <Enter>...
  • Page 34: Installing The Decomposition Service Dos Tools On The Pc

    The steps are shown below. mkdir c:\dptools cd c:\dptools copy a:*.* C:/> cd \usr\xerox\NPS/IPS\client C:/> del cconf C:/> cd \usr\xerox\NPS/IPS\client\bin C:/> del listq.exe C:/> del print.exe C:/>...
  • Page 35: Setting Up Macintosh Workstations

    <Enter>. The NPS/IPS command will always give a usage statement. Setting up Macintosh workstations This section describes the steps for installing the Xerox Document Submission Client Software. Preparing for installation...
  • Page 36: Installing The Document Submission Client Software

    Setting up workstations Installing the Document Submission Client Software To install a new version of Xerox Document Submission Client Software: 1. Move any existing Xerox Document Submission Client icon from your desktop to the trash. 2. Select Empty Trash from the Special menu.
  • Page 37: Installing Xerox Client Software On Unix Workstations

    10. Click Print and then click OK. The job XRXGPJ1.ps has been dispatched to the printer. Installing Xerox Client Software on UNIX workstations This section describes the steps for installing the Xerox Client Software. Xerox Client Software can be installed on the following platforms: •...
  • Page 38: Installing Xerox Client Software For Unix

    This procedure automatically downloads the software. NOTE: In order for jobs submitted by Xerox Client software to print, Xerox job ticket processing must be enabled. This is specified during NPS/IPS installation or by using the Configure utility.
  • Page 39 Enter the name of the printer controller to install from, as follows: 8. Verify that line 1 of the /usr/xerox/NPS/IPS/client/cconf file has the name of the printer controller. If it does not, edit line 1 to include the printer controller name (default).
  • Page 40: Verifying Your Installation

    NOTE: “Print” is a common command name for printing, and you might accidentally execute a different print command. For this reason, you may wish to verify that the installed Xerox print command is in use. You can verify that the DocuPrint NPS/IPS print command is being executed by typing print <Enter>...
  • Page 41 MANPATH directory. Replace the ULTRIX print.1 file that already exists in this directory. the Xerox print.1 file in the /usr/man/manl or /usr/man/ mann directory. Then rename the file print.l or print.n respectively. To access the man pages, enter man local print or man new print.
  • Page 42: Removing Unix Client Software

    If there are any files named print, listq, or listjob in the directories, /bin, or /usr/bin, delete them also. 2-14 # cd /usr/xerox/NPS/IPS/client # rm cconf # cd /usr/xerox/NPS/IPS/client/bin # rm listq # rm print # rm listjob # cd ../man...
  • Page 43: Installing The Ppd File For Unix

    XDP####.PPD, where #### is your printer model number; for example XDP4890.PPD or XDP4635.PPD. NOTE: For the DocuColor 2060 NPs/IPS, use the Xerox driver for the DocuPrint 180 NPS/IPS, and use the 2060 PPD. For FTP PC/TCP client installation, enter any character string and <RETURN>...
  • Page 44 Setting up workstations To install the Decomposition Service Tools: 1. Insert the diskette for Solaris or for SunOS workstations. You may need to install some or all of the tools. 2. Enter the following commands: NOTE: The directory in the example is called xmerge; the actual directory name or path is unimportant.
  • Page 45: Enabling Lpr Print Utilities For Unix Workstations

    SunOS 4.0 and 4.1x To enable lpr print utilities, you need to edit the /etc/printcap file. Each entry in a printcap file describes a printer; each entry is a line consisting of a number of fields separated by colons (:). The first entry for each printer gives the names that are known for the printer, separated by vertical bars (|).
  • Page 46: Solaris

    NOTE: The printer controller Sun operating system is based on the standard Sun operating system; however, it has been customized for use with the Xerox printer controller. Therefore, not all standard Sun operating system features are available. While the instructions for editing the /etc/printcap file are generic for SunOS 4.x UNIX systems using lpr, the systems that use lp...
  • Page 47: Tcp/ip Socket Printing

    Once the printer controller is configured to support socket printing, you can set up your workstation. The administrator can set up three separate ports on the printer controller (for example, 9100, 9101, and 9102). Each port can be configured to submit jobs to the default printer, or to a specific virtual printer.
  • Page 48 The port may be renamed to one that best fits the printer name and the assigned virtual printer. NOTE: You may want to add the port number or the virtual printer name to the end of the address, to help separate other ports on the same NPS/IPS system. Click Next.
  • Page 49: Color Calibration For The Docucolor 2060 Nps/ips

    Color calibration for the DocuColor 2060 NPS/IPS Color calibration is essential to insuring good color quality. The purpose of calibration is to measure how the DocuColor 2060 NPS/IPS is printing the requested colors and to then make any corrections that are required.
  • Page 50 Setting up workstations 2-22 Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client...
  • Page 51: Printing Using Xerox Utilities And Lpr Utilities (dos And Unix)

    This chapter explains how to print a document from DOS or UNIX using the Xerox utilities software, and how to list jobs and queues. It also explains how to print a document from DOS or UNIX using lpr utilities. NOTE: Unless otherwise specified, the information in this chapter applies to both DOS and UNIX environments.
  • Page 52: Print Command

    NOTE: Users of korn shell on UNIX must alias the Xerox print command, since ksh has a built-in print command. To submit a print job, enter the print command and its options on...
  • Page 53 List Forms command. Refer to the Decomposition Service and Tools Guide for more details. Background forms can be stored on the server using the -disposition SaveMaskBC or SaveFormBC option. Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX)
  • Page 54 Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX) • -cma <action> (for models 4850/4890/92C only) Specifies the action to take when there is a mismatch between the color you specify as the highlight color (either using the -colorOverride option or using the virtual printer highlight color attribute) and the dry ink color loaded in the printer.
  • Page 55 Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX) This option saves each page of the job as a single image file in the ByteCode Xerox proprietary format, white pixels...
  • Page 56 Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX) • -mapColor <color> (for models 4850/4890/92C only) Specifies the colored parts of the document that convert to the available highlight color. The map color option determines which parts of the document print in color and which in shades of gray.
  • Page 57 0, and the second number must be greater than or equal to the first number. Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX) default values for holes and tab orders are as follows: plain...
  • Page 58 Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX) • -paperColor <color> Specifies the paper color. Acceptable values are “white,” “yellow,” “blue,” “green,” “pink,” “clear,” and “custom.” If you specify “custom,” include a text string indicating the color in the syntax.
  • Page 59 Sends the print request to the specified printer controller. The default setting sends the print request to the printer controller indicated in the /usr/xerox/nps/client/cconf file. Use the name, not the IP address. Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX)
  • Page 60 Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX) • -size <paper size> Specifies the paper size. – Acceptable standard values for models 4050/4090/4850/ – Acceptable standard values for models 96/4635/180 are – When using standard values for size (for example, •...
  • Page 61 Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX) uncollated. they are uncollated, though the job still prints face-up.
  • Page 62 Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX) Examples The following example shows the command line for printing a Postscript level 2 document “test.ps” on the docuq virtual printer: The following example shows the command line for printing three copies of the document “test.ps”...
  • Page 63: Listjob Command

    • -n|N <number> Overrides the default number of records for a request. Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX) 3-13...
  • Page 64 Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX) • -p|P <virtual printer name> Displays information for all jobs that have been submitted to the virtual printer you specify. You cannot use wildcard characters. • -server <printer controller name>...
  • Page 65 Sue Jones Joe Young Bob Balzak Bob Balzak Sue Jones Sue Jones Joe Young Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX) Job Name Resume Resume Important Term Paper Term Paper Resume...
  • Page 66: Listq Command

    Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX) Listq command To display the status of a print queue for a specific virtual printer, enter the listq command and its options on the command line using the following syntax: listq <options>...
  • Page 67 The following example shows the queue status displayed when the queue is specified by entering listq -p|P worf-duplex: Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX) Printer Queue Name : worf-duplex Status : Enabled...
  • Page 68: Printing Using Lpr Utilities

    Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX) Printing using lpr utilities You may print a document using the following lpr utilities: • lpr (DOS and UNIX) • lpq (DOS and UNIX) • lprm (DOS and UNIX) •...
  • Page 69: Lpr Command

    For UNIX: If you submit two files to the printer and the first file is nonexistent, the second file prints but the filename is replaced by the name of the first file. Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX) 3-19...
  • Page 70 Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX) Optional In addition to the required arguments, you can use the options arguments listed below. You may enter multiple options separated by commas within the parentheses. Use the following syntax: lpr -P <printer>...
  • Page 71 Specifies the font you want to use. You can specify any of the fonts installed on the printer controller. This option is valid for ASCII jobs only. Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX) 3-21...
  • Page 72 Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX) • -C“(format=<pdl>)” Specifies the page description language (PDL) type of your document. Accepted values are “ps” for PostScript, “ps1” for PostScript level 1, “ps2” for PostScript level 2, “pcl,” “pcl5c,”...
  • Page 73 – pictorial Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX) Requests that your job abort if the highlight color you specify is not loaded at the printer.
  • Page 74 Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX) – presentation – colorToHighlight – colorTables – automatic • -C“(hold)” Prevents immediate printing, until the job is released at the • -C“(mc=<color>)” (for models 4850/4890/92C only) Specifies the parts of the document that convert to the available highlight color.
  • Page 75 Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX) Paper size for models 4850/4890/92C and 2060 = <“USLetter” | “USLegal” | “A4” | “nxn”>...
  • Page 76 Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX) • -C“(<orientation>)” Specifies the page orientation you want to use. Accepted values are “portrait,” “landscape,” “inverseportrait” (“iportrait”), or “inverselandscape” (“ilandscape”). This option is valid for ASCII jobs only. • -C“(<paper size>)”...
  • Page 77 “stitch” or “staple” to indicate the document is stapled. Before using this option, verify that the printer to which you send your document has a stitcher/stacker installed. Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX) 3-27...
  • Page 78 Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX) • -C“(<thick=0 | thick=1 | thick=10 | thick=11>)” Specifies the thicken attribute as follows: – 0 = do not darken – 1 = darken all text and images – 10 = darken bitmaps but not the text/graphics –...
  • Page 79 • -P<virtual printer name> Specifies the virtual printer to which jobs will be submitted on the specified printer controller. Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX) 3-29...
  • Page 80 Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX) Examples Following are several examples of using the lpr command. NOTE: You may enter one or more -C options. You must enclose these options in quotation marks and parentheses, and separate them with commas and spaces.
  • Page 81: Lpq Command In Dos

    See the lpq command man page for more information. Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX) lpr -S rushmore -C“(mc=blue)” color.ps lpr -S rushmore -C“(mc=red, hc=blue, hcm=operator)”...
  • Page 82: Lpq Command In Unix

    Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX) Example The following example shows the command for displaying the contents of the print queue submitted to the printer controller “rushmore”: lpq command in UNIX Use the lpq command to show the content of the printer queue...
  • Page 83: Lprm Command

    Removes the job you specify as referred to in the job id number specified by the lpq command and not the job id number on the printer controller. Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX) lpr -Prushmore +10 susan CAUTION 3-33...
  • Page 84 Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX) • username Specifies that only jobs submitted by a particular user be removed. This option is available only to a user with root privileges. If you do not have root privileges, you cannot remove a job that was sent by another user.
  • Page 85: Lpc Command (unix Only)

    Displays the status of the printers specified. • stop <all | printername> Stops spooling after the current job completes and disables printing. Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX) 3-35...
  • Page 86 Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX) • topq printer <job#><user> Moves the print jobs specified by job ID# or user name to the top of the printer queue. This option is available only if the job has not already been sent to the printer.
  • Page 87: Color Mismatch

    Not the same as Does not match color loaded in HighlightColor attribute printer Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX) Mismatch Action attribute Abort, Operator, Ignore/ UseLoadedColor Abort, Operator, Ignore/...
  • Page 88 Printing using Xerox utilities and lpr utilities (DOS and UNIX) 3-38 Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client...
  • Page 89: Submitting Print Jobs Using Macintosh Drivers

    AppleTalk, which enables you to print directly to network printers. • From Xerox Document Submission (XDS) client software XDS client software is intended for users of Apple Macintosh computers running System 8.6 or greater. Your Macintosh must be connected to the Ethernet network communication utility using AppleTalk through EtherTalk Phase 2.
  • Page 90: Selecting A Laserwriter Driver, Version 7.x

    Before you perform this procedure, ask your network administrator in what EtherTalk Phase and AppleTalk zone your printer is located, if any, and the name of your DocuPrint printer or virtual printer queue. 1. From the Apple menu, click [Chooser].
  • Page 91: Selecting A Laserwriter Driver, Version 8.x

    Before you perform this procedure, ask your Network Administrator what EtherTalk Phase and AppleTalk zone your printer is located in, if any, and the name of your DocuPrint printer or virtual printer queue. 1. From the Apple menu, click [Chooser].
  • Page 92 DocuPrint model you are using and click [Select]. NOTE: Make sure to use the latest available PPD file. Refer to the following web site: http://www.xerox.com/drivers. The selected PPD displays. 9. Click [Printer Info] to view the printer driver information.
  • Page 93 10. If question marks are displayed, click [Update Info] to update all information on the screen, then click [OK]. If no question marks are displayed, click [OK]. 11. Back at the “Current Printer Description File (PPD) Selected” window, click [OK]. 12. Close the Chooser dialog box.
  • Page 94: Selecting An Adobeps Driver, Version 8.5.1

    1. From the Apple menu, click [Chooser]. 2. Click the AdobePS icon from the printer icons in the upper left box of the Chooser dialog box. 3. If your network is configured to include AppleTalk print zones, click the zone in which your DocuPrint printer is located.
  • Page 95 5. Because you use AppleTalk to print to the NPS/IPS printer, make sure the AppleTalk option is set to [Active]. 6. Click [Create]. 7. At the “Current Printer Description File (PPD) Selected” window, click [Select PPD...]. 8. Click a PostScript Printer Description (PPD) that is appropriate for the DocuPrint model you are using and click [Select].
  • Page 96 Submitting print jobs using Macintosh drivers 9. Click [Printer Info] to verify the printer driver information. 10. Click [Update Info] to update all information on the screen, then click [OK]. 11. Click [OK]. 12. Back at the “Current Printer Description File (PPD) Selected”...
  • Page 97: Submitting A Print Job

    The selected DocuPrint NPS/IPS printer icon appears on your desktop, and you are now ready to send documents to the printer. Submitting a print job The following section explains how to submit a print job using each of the following drivers: •...
  • Page 98: Submitting A Print Job Using The Laserwriter 8.x Driver

    To identify the paper source for your job, click [Paper Cassette]. To specify shading, click [Black & White] or [Color/ Grayscale]. To print a job now, click [Printer]. To create a file you can print later, click [PostScript File]. Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client...
  • Page 99 4. To save the print options you set, click [Save Settings]. To return to the default print options, click [Cancel]. 5. To print to a printer: a. From the Printer pull down menu, select the printer of your b. From the Destination pull down menu, select [Printer]. c. Click [Print].
  • Page 100: Setting General Print Options

    Submitting print jobs using Macintosh drivers c. In the Create File box, name the file and specify where d. Click [Save]. Setting general print options Select [General] from the pull down menu under the printer name. 4-12 The following window displays: you want to store it.
  • Page 101: Setting Application-specific Print Options

    Paper source. Setting application-specific print options Select the application name (e.g., Microsoft Word) from the pull down menu under the printer name. Select the print options as applicable. NOTE: The screen above shows the options for a Microsoft Word document. However, print options vary from one application to the next.
  • Page 102: Setting Background Printing Options

    Submitting print jobs using Macintosh drivers Setting background printing options Select [Background Printing] from the pull down menu under the printer name. Specify the following: • Foreground or background printing • Print time. 4-14 Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client...
  • Page 103: Setting Cover Page Options

    Setting cover page options Select [Cover Page] from the pull down menu under the printer name. Specify the following: • The cover page location • The paper source you want to use for the cover page (e.g., Cassette, Manual Feed).
  • Page 104: Setting Color Matching Options (models 4850/4890/92c Only)

    Setting color matching options (models 4850/4890/92C only) Select [Color Matching] from the pull down menu under the printer name. NOTE: This option varies, based on the specific printer selected. Specify the following: • Print color (e.g., Black and White, Grayscale, Color/ Grayscale) •...
  • Page 105: Setting Layout Options

    Setting layout options Select [Layout] from the pull down menu under the printer name. Specify the following: • Number of pages per sheet • Border • Simplex vs. duplex (both sides) printing Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client Submitting print jobs using Macintosh drivers...
  • Page 106: Setting Error Handling Options

    Submitting print jobs using Macintosh drivers Setting error handling options Select [Error Handling] from the pull down menu under the printer name. Specify the action to take when a PostScript error occurs. 4-18 Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client...
  • Page 107: Setting "save As File" Options

    Setting “Save as File” options Select [Save as File] from the pull down menu under the printer name. Specify the following: • File format • PostScript level • Data format • Font inclusion: This option specifies the fonts to be included in the file (i.e., None, All, All But Fonts in the PPD File).
  • Page 108: Setting Printer-specific Options

    Submitting print jobs using Macintosh drivers Setting printer-specific options Select [Printer Specific Options] from the pull down menu under the printer name. NOTE: This option varies, based on the specific printer selected. Following are two screen samples, from two different printers.
  • Page 109 Specify the following: • Resolution: Select the resolution in dots per inch (dpi) you want to use. • MediaType: Select the type of media you want to use (e.g., Plain, Drilled, Transparency). • MediaColor: Select the color of the stock you want to use. •...
  • Page 110: Submitting A Print Job Using The Adobeps 8.5.1 Driver

    4. To save the print options you set, click [Save Settings]. To return to the default print options, click [Cancel]. 5. To print to a printer: a. From the Printer pull down menu, select the printer of your b. From the Destination pull down menu, select [Printer]. c. Click [Print].
  • Page 111 6. To print to a file: a. From the Destination pull down menu, select [File]. b. Click [Save]. c. In the Create File box, name the file and specify where d. Click [Save]. Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client Submitting print jobs using Macintosh drivers The following window displays: you want to store it.
  • Page 112: Setting General Print Options

    Submitting print jobs using Macintosh drivers Setting general print options Select [General] from the pull down menu under the printer name. Specify the following: • Number of copies • Collated vs. non-collated copies • All pages or a specific range of pages •...
  • Page 113: Setting Application-specific Print Options

    Submitting print jobs using Macintosh drivers Setting application-specific print options Select the application name (e.g., Microsoft Word) from the pull down menu under the printer name. Select the print options as applicable. NOTE: The screen above shows the options for a Microsoft Word document.
  • Page 114: Setting Background Printing Options

    Submitting print jobs using Macintosh drivers Setting background printing options Select [Background Printing] from the pull down menu under the printer name. Specify the following: • Foreground or background printing • Print time. 4-26 Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client...
  • Page 115: Setting Cover Page Options

    Setting cover page options Select [Cover Page] from the pull down menu under the printer name. Specify the following: • The cover page location • The paper source you want to use for the cover page (e.g., Cassette, Manual Feed).
  • Page 116: Setting Color Matching Options (models 4850/4890/92c Only)

    Submitting print jobs using Macintosh drivers Setting color matching options (models 4850/4890/92C only) Select [Color Matching] from the pull down menu under the printer name. Specify the following: • Print color (for example, Black and White, Grayscale, Color/ Grayscale) •...
  • Page 117: Setting Layout Options

    Setting layout options Select [Layout] from the pull down menu under the printer name. Specify the following: • Number of pages per sheet • Border • Simplex vs. duplex (both sides) printing. Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client Submitting print jobs using Macintosh drivers...
  • Page 118: Setting Error Handling Options

    Submitting print jobs using Macintosh drivers Setting error handling options Select [Error Handling] from the pull down menu under the printer name. Specify the action to take when a PostScript error occurs. 4-30 Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client...
  • Page 119: Setting "save As File" Options

    Setting “Save as File” options Select [Save as File] from the pull down menu under the printer name. Specify the following: • File format • PostScript level • Data format • Font inclusion: This option specifies the fonts to be included in the file (that is, None, All, All But Fonts in the PPD File).
  • Page 120: Setting Printer-specific Options

    Submitting print jobs using Macintosh drivers Setting printer-specific options Select [Printer Specific Options] from the pull down menu under the printer name. NOTE: This option varies, based on the specific printer selected. Following are two screen samples, from two different printers.
  • Page 121 Specify the following: • Resolution: Select the resolution in dots per inch (dpi) you want to use. • MediaType: Select the type of media you want to use (e.g., Plain, Drilled, Transparency). • MediaColor: Select the color of the stock you want to use. •...
  • Page 122: Setting Xerox Job Ticket Options

    Submitting print jobs using Macintosh drivers Setting Xerox Job Ticket options Select [Xerox Job Ticket] from the pull down menu under the printer name. NOTE: This window varies slightly, depending on the NPS/IPS printer model selected. NOTE: Most of the options available through this window are covered in detail in the following sections: •...
  • Page 123 • To select user preferences, click [Options...]. The following window displays: • To select an existing job ticket, click [Open...], then select the job ticket of your choice. • To save a job ticket, click [Save...]. • To specify imaging, finishing, and image shift options, click the [Job Setup...] icon: Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client Submitting print jobs using Macintosh drivers...
  • Page 124 Submitting print jobs using Macintosh drivers The following window displays: • To specify job notes, click the [Job Notes...] icon: The following window displays: 4-36 Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client...
  • Page 125 • To specify paper stocks, click the [Paper Stocks...] icon: The following window displays: NOTE: Specifying “plain” as a custom paper type results in a blank Media Type on the NPS/IPS controller. • To specify exception pages, click the [Exception Pages...] icon: NOTE: The number below the icon indicates the number of exception pages.
  • Page 126 Submitting print jobs using Macintosh drivers The following window displays: NOTE: Specifying “plain” as a custom paper type results in a blank Media Type on the NPS/IPS controller. • To specify the highlight color options for your document (models 4850/4890/92C only), click the [Highlight Color...] icon: The following window displays: 4-38...
  • Page 127: Monitoring And Controlling Printing

    DocuPrint NPS/IPS software provides conversion of full-color documents to highlight color. When you send a full-color document to the DocuPrint NPS/IPS, the printer “reads” any pigments corresponding to the highlight color and prints them in shades of that color. The other colors print in shades of gray.
  • Page 128: Image Quality Considerations

    PostScript file. The printer driver uses a device-dependent operation to generate the image of a border using a repeating line pattern (pen pattern) within the graphic object. The device-dependent operation can lead to inconsistencies in output from various printers.
  • Page 129: Submitting Print Jobs Using Windows Nt 4.0 Drivers

    NPS/IPS ship kit. If, however, you need to obtain a driver, you have the following options: • Contact your local Xerox representative, who can source the driver for you. • Download the driver through the following web site: http://www.xerox.com/drivers...
  • Page 130 Submitting print jobs using Windows NT 4.0 drivers If you select a file server from the printer port and are not logged onto the server, NT 4.0 does the following: • Not display the job ticket properties dialog box from an application;...
  • Page 131 The following screen displays: 4. Click [Next>]. The following screen displays: 5. Click the port your printer is connected to, then click [Next>]. Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client Submitting print jobs using Windows NT 4.0 drivers...
  • Page 132 7. Insert the NT 4.0 PS2 Transparent Client disk into the 3.5” disk drive of your PC, then click [OK]. A list of printers displays on the screen. 8. Click the model of your printer, then click [Next>]. Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client...
  • Page 133 9. Click [Next>] again. NOTE: Always choose the option, “Replace existing driver.” The following screen displays: 10. Type the name of the printer, or accept the default. NOTE: This will be the printer icon name. Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client...
  • Page 134 Submitting print jobs using Windows NT 4.0 drivers 11. If this is the first printer installed, click [Next>]. Otherwise, click [Yes] to use this printer as the default printer for all Windows applications, then click [Next>]. The following screen displays: 12.
  • Page 135: Printing From Windows Nt 4.0

    Printing from Windows NT 4.0 You can send documents to your DocuPrint printers from Windows NT 4.0 in several ways: • From within your Windows applications, using the Xerox DocuPrint PostScript level 2 printer driver. • From within your Windows applications, using the Windows NT native printer driver and the appropriate DocuPrint NPS/ IPS PPD file (see list below).
  • Page 136 Submitting print jobs using Windows NT 4.0 drivers Third-party printer drivers have not been tested with DocuPrint NPS/IPS. Make sure to test any third-party driver for compatibility with your system. Both XDS and Quick Print provide a series of dialog boxes you use to select a document (PDL or print ready file), set up a job ticket, and submit your print job.
  • Page 137: Printing From Your Windows Application

    3. From the File menu of the document, click [Print...]. The Print window displays. NOTE: The application examples used in this document are illustrated using Microsoft Word 97. Accessing the Xerox Job Ticket Properties/Setup window may require different or additional steps, depending on the document application used.
  • Page 138 5. Set up the job ticket for your desired print options (see “Setting up a job ticket”), then click [OK]. 6. At the Print window, click [OK] to send your job to a printer (print queue) or to a file, depending on the connection you made in the Printer dialog box.
  • Page 139: Opening, Saving, And Resetting Job Tickets

    NOTE: Specifying “plain” as a paper type results in a blank Media Type on the printer controller. Opening, saving, and resetting job tickets A job ticket is an electronic record that specifies printing and finishing options. You can use an existing job ticket, or set up a new one, then save it for future documents.
  • Page 140 Submitting print jobs using Windows NT 4.0 drivers 2. From the Setup window, click the Open a Job Ticket... icon. 3. Select the folder, then the file name in the File name text box. 4. Click [OK]. 5-12 Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client...
  • Page 141: Saving A Job Ticket

    Saving a job ticket Once you save a job ticket, you can reuse the job ticket for different documents without having to reenter the job ticket settings. To save a job ticket to a file: 1. Access the Setup window. Refer to “Setting up a job ticket” if required.
  • Page 142 Submitting print jobs using Windows NT 4.0 drivers 3. Type a unique name in the File name text box. 4. Click [OK]. 5-14 Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client...
  • Page 143: Resetting A Job Ticket

    Resetting a job ticket To reset print parameters to the default job ticket parameters: 1. Access the Setup window. Refer to “Setting up a job ticket” if required. 2. From the Setup window, click the Reset with Default Job Ticket Values icon. Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client Submitting print jobs using Windows NT 4.0 drivers 5-15...
  • Page 144: Setting Up A Job Ticket

    NOTE: The features that appear in the list boxes vary, depending on the Xerox DocuPrint printer you are using. Other features may not be selectable due to conflicts among the job ticket settings you selected.
  • Page 145: Specifying The Number Of Copies To Print

    Specifying the number of copies to print Follow these steps: 1. From the Setup window, click the Copies text box to highlight the number of copies in it. 2. Enter the number of copies you want to print, between 1 and 9,999.
  • Page 146: Setting The Image Shift

    Submitting print jobs using Windows NT 4.0 drivers Setting the image shift You can use the Image Shift option to offset the printed image from the edges of the page. This is particularly useful for bound or drilled jobs. The image shift setting is applied automatically to both sides of the print for two-sided printing.
  • Page 147: Selecting The Finishing Features

    Selecting the finishing features The finishing features that are available on your printer determine the format of the completed print job. DocuPrint always collates the pages of a document in sequential order unless “no collating” options are selected. 1. From the Setup window, click the [Finishing] list box.
  • Page 148 Submitting print jobs using Windows NT 4.0 drivers NOTE: You can change the job name only if [Use the Document Name] as the Job Name is not selected in the Preferences dialog. See “Setting the preferences” for more information. 3. To change the name of the job sender, delete the current setting in the [From] text box.
  • Page 149: Specifying Paper Stocks

    5. In the [Telephone] text box, enter your telephone number (up to 19 characters). The telephone number that you entered appears as part of the Banner Message on the Header Page when the job is printed. 6. To change the name of the job receiver, delete the current setting from the [Deliver To] text box.
  • Page 150 Submitting print jobs using Windows NT 4.0 drivers 2. Click the stock number you want to change. NOTE: The check mark next to the stock number indicates the stock currently in use by the job. 3. Define the Size, Type, and Color of the paper stock, and whether to use drilled paper (refer to the sections that follow).
  • Page 151: Selecting The Paper Stock Size

    [Custom] selects any special paper type that is not listed. Enter the name of the paper type in the Custom Selection dialog (up to 27 characters). NOTE: Specifying “plain” as a custom paper type results in a blank Media Type on the printer controller. 5-23...
  • Page 152: Selecting The Paper Stock Color

    Submitting print jobs using Windows NT 4.0 drivers For 96, 4635 and 180 models: • • Selecting the paper stock color Follow these steps to select the paper stock color: 1. On the Paper Stocks window, click the [Color] list box. 2.
  • Page 153: Specifying Special Pages

    Specifying Special Pages You can use the Special Pages dialog to specify paper stock for any pages or range of pages in the print job. For example, you may want to print a page or range of pages on transparency stock.
  • Page 154 Submitting print jobs using Windows NT 4.0 drivers 2. From the Special Pages dialog box perform the following: a. In the [From] text box, enter the number of the first page in b. In the [To] text box, enter the number of the last page in c.
  • Page 155: Changing Special Pages

    Changing Special Pages Follow these steps to change Special Pages: 1. Locate and select the range you want to change in the Special Pages List. 2. Make any necessary changes, and click [Change]. 3. To save the parameters you specified and return to the Setup window, click [OK].
  • Page 156: Selecting The Highlight Color

    Selecting the highlight color You can select a specific highlight color to use in your document or you can click [Printer default] as the highlight color choice. To select the highlight color to use in your document: 1. From the Highlight Color Setup dialog box, select the [Highlight Color] list box.
  • Page 157: Selecting The Color Mismatch Action

    You can use the Mismatch Action setting to control the action the system takes if there is a mismatch between the color installed at the printer and the color selected as the highlight color. In this situation, you have the following choices: •...
  • Page 158: Selecting The Rendering Algorithm

    RGB) to a two-dimensional color application provided with highlight color printing. The following mapping mode options are available: • Use Printer Default This option overrides job settings and uses printer default settings. • Monochrome This option specifies black and white printing only.
  • Page 159: Setting Advanced Postscript Options

    Specify halftoning options • Specify printing resolution • Specify the format for sending TrueType fonts to your printer. To access the advanced PostScript options, from the Setup window, select the Advanced PostScript Options... icon. Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client Submitting print jobs using Windows NT 4.0 drivers...
  • Page 160: Compressing Graphics

    Compressing graphics Use this function to compress graphics in your document before sending it to the printer. This frees up applications sooner for other tasks, but your documents may take longer to print. 1. From the Advanced Options dialog box, click the Compress Bitmap check box.
  • Page 161: Printing Graphics In Color

    Black check box. 2. Click [OK]. Printing PostScript error information The PostScript printer driver can detect certain errors that Print Manager cannot detect. You can print information about these errors after your document has finished printing. This information may help in determining what caused the error.
  • Page 162: Printing With Printer Fonts In Place Of Truetype Fonts

    Printing with printer fonts in place of TrueType fonts The TrueType fonts are treated as downloaded fonts by the PostScript driver. If you are using a printer that does not support downloaded fonts, you must use printer fonts to print any TrueType fonts that are in your documents.
  • Page 163: Specifying Halftoning Options

    5. From the Use Printer Font list, click the printer font you want to use instead of the selected TrueType font. 6. Repeat steps 2 and 3 until you have selected a printer font to use in place of all the TrueType fonts in your document.
  • Page 164: Specifying The Format For Sending Truetype Fonts To Your Printer

    TrueType fonts as follows: 1. From the Advanced Options dialog box, open the Send To Printer As list and select the method you want to use. 2. Specify any other options you want. 3. Click [OK].
  • Page 165 2. Set the parameters you want to change: • • • • • 3. To save your changes, click [Save]. To exit the dialog without saving any changes, click [Cancel]. Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client Submitting print jobs using Windows NT 4.0 drivers To set the document file name as the job name in Job Notes, click the check box next to the option, Use the Document Name as the Job Name.
  • Page 166: Redirecting Printing To A Xerox Network Print Queue

    Submitting print jobs using Windows NT 4.0 drivers Redirecting printing to a Xerox network print queue There are several ways to redirect printing to a Xerox network print queue, depending on the type of network and software you are running. Refer to the documentation for your local area network software or to your system administrator for more information.
  • Page 167: Submitting Print Jobs From Quick Print For Windows Nt 4.0

    You can send documents to your DocuPrint printer from Windows NT 4.0 using the Xerox DigiPath Quick Print software. This software provides a series of dialog boxes you use to select a document, set up a job ticket, and submit your print job.
  • Page 168: Accessing Quick Print And Selecting A Printer

    Submitting print jobs from Quick Print for Windows NT 4.0 Accessing Quick Print and selecting a printer Follow these steps to access Quick Print: 1. From the task bar, click Start. 2. From the menu, click Programs > Quick Print.
  • Page 169 4. Set up the job ticket for your desired print option. Refer to the “Setting up a job ticket” section. 5. Send your job to the printer by selecting [Print] in the upper right area of the window. To cancel a print job, click [Cancel] in the screen message.
  • Page 170: Opening, Saving, And Resetting Job Tickets

    Opening a job ticket To open an existing job ticket: 1. From the Quick Print window, select the printer you want to use from the Connected Printer List. Refer to “Customizing the printer queue list” if required.
  • Page 171 Submitting print jobs from Quick Print for Windows NT 4.0 2. Click [Setup...]. 3. From the Setup window, click the Open Job Ticket... icon on the bottom left side of the window. 4. Select the file name in the File name text box. 5.
  • Page 172: Saving A Job Ticket

    Submitting print jobs from Quick Print for Windows NT 4.0 Saving a job ticket Once you save a job ticket, you can reuse the job ticket for different documents without having to reenter the job ticket settings. To save a job ticket to a file: 1.
  • Page 173: Saving Job Ticket Information Into A Document

    Saving job ticket information into a document You can save job ticket information with the document following these steps: 1. Access the Setup window. Refer to “Setting up a job ticket” if required. 2. From the Setup window, click the Save Job Ticket information into the documents icon on the bottom left side of the window.
  • Page 174: Resetting A Job Ticket

    Submitting print jobs from Quick Print for Windows NT 4.0 Resetting a job ticket To reset print parameters to the default job ticket parameters: 1. Access the Setup window. Refer to “Setting up a job ticket” if required. 2. From the Setup window, click the Reset with default job ticket icon on the bottom left side of the window.
  • Page 175: Setting Up A Job Ticket

    The tabs are organized by printer features and functions. To access the Setup window: 1. From the Quick Print window, select the printer you want to use from the Connected Printer List. Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client...
  • Page 176: Setting Imaging And Job Setup Options

    Xerox DocuPrint printer you are using. 3. Set the parameters you want to change (Refer to the following sections.)
  • Page 177: Specifying The Number Of Copies To Print

    • Specify the number of copies to print • Specify which pages to print • Specify sides to image • Position the image on the paper • Specify finishing options. The following figure illustrates the Setup window with the Imaging and Job Setup tab selected. Specifying the number of copies to print Follow these steps: 1.
  • Page 178: Specifying Which Pages To Print

    Submitting print jobs from Quick Print for Windows NT 4.0 Specifying which pages to print Follow these steps: 1. From the Setup window, click the [Imaging and Job Setup] tab. 2. Enter the range of pages to print: • • Specifying sides to image Follow these steps: 1.
  • Page 179: Specifying Finishing Options

    1. From the Setup window, click the [Imaging and Job Setup] tab. 2. Click the Finishing option. NOTE: Finishing options listed vary by printer model. Creating job notes You can use the Job Notes tab to enter information about the print job.
  • Page 180: Creating Summary Information To Save With The Job Ticket

    Submitting print jobs from Quick Print for Windows NT 4.0 Creating summary information to save with the job ticket Follow these steps: 1. From the Setup window, click the [Job Notes] tab. 2. In the Job Name field, type a new job name up to 40 characters.
  • Page 181: Specifying Paper Stock

    Specifying paper stock The Paper Stocks tab allows you to: • Specify paper stock for the document • Specify tab stock (for 96/4635/180 models only) • Specify custom paper stock The following figure illustrates the Setup window with the Paper Stocks tab selected.
  • Page 182: Specifying Tab Stock

    Submitting print jobs from Quick Print for Windows NT 4.0 4. Click the appropriate paper type from the Stock Type list box. The available types may vary with printer model. If you click Custom, type in a type name up to 30 characters and click [OK].
  • Page 183: Specifying Custom Paper Stock

    Type text box. NOTE: Specifying “plain” as a custom paper type will result in a blank Media Type on the printer controller. 6. Click the appropriate color from the Color list box. If you click Custom, type in a color name up to 30 characters and click [OK].
  • Page 184: Specifying Highlight Color Options

    Change a full color document to a highlight color document The following figure illustrates the Setup window with the Highlight Color tab selected. NOTE: The Highlight Color tab is displayed only when a highlight color printer is selected. 6-18 Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client...
  • Page 185: Specifying Color For A Highlight Color Document

    Hold Job This option retains the job in the print queue until highlight color at the printer matches the color specified for the job. Cancel Job This option deletes the job in the print queue if highlight color at the printer does not match the color specified for...
  • Page 186 Hold Job This option retains the job in the print queue until highlight color at the printer matches the color specified for the job. Cancel Job This option deletes the job in the print queue if highlight color at the printer does not match the color specified for...
  • Page 187: Creating Special Pages

    Creating special pages The Special Pages tab allows you to: • Create special page(s) • Change paper stock within a document • Modify selected page definitions The following figure illustrates the Setup window with the Special Pages tab selected. Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client Submitting print jobs from Quick Print for Windows NT 4.0 6-21...
  • Page 188: Creating Special Page(s)

    4. Click [Add]. The paper stock selected is added to the list at the top of the dialog box. The number of stocks in a document cannot exceed the number of print drawers available for the selected printer model. Modifying selected page definitions Follow these steps: 1.
  • Page 189: Setting Print Preferences

    Setting print preferences The Preferences tab allows you to: • Use the document name as the job name • Write Account information when saving the job ticket • Specify a generic job ticket • Specify the unit of measurement for paper size •...
  • Page 190: Using The Document Name As The Job Name

    1. From the Setup window, click the [Preferences] tab. 2. Click to check the Use Generic Job Ticket check box. This gets all parameters to their default settings for the selected printer model. Specifying the unit of measurement for paper size Follow these steps: 1.
  • Page 191: Customizing Or Masking Dialog Box Options

    You can select virtual printers from more than one server. For each virtual printer in the list, you must assign a unique name. The name you assign may indicate the location or purpose of the printer.
  • Page 192 Submitting print jobs from Quick Print for Windows NT 4.0 Printer information about any selected virtual printer appears in the Printers area of the dialog box. 6-26 Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client...
  • Page 193: Adding A New Tcp/ip-attached Printer To The Print Queue List

    Submitting print jobs from Quick Print for Windows NT 4.0 Adding a new TCP/IP-attached printer to the print queue list Follow these steps: 1. From the Servers and Connections dialog box, click [Add Printer]. Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client...
  • Page 194 Submitting print jobs from Quick Print for Windows NT 4.0 2. In the Printer Name text box, type a descriptive name up to 80 characters long. 3. In the Print Server text box, type the correct print server name. Contact your System Administrator for this information.
  • Page 195: Adding A New Novell Netware-attached Printer To The Print Queue List

    Submitting print jobs from Quick Print for Windows NT 4.0 Adding a new Novell NetWare-attached printer to the print queue list Follow these steps: 1. From the Servers and Connections dialog box, click [Add Printer]. Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client...
  • Page 196 Submitting print jobs from Quick Print for Windows NT 4.0 2. Make sure that Novell NetWare is selected under Network Type. 3. Select [Browse...]. 4. Scroll down to the appropriate server under the listed shared printers. 5. Select the server of your choice, then select [OK]. 6-30 Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client...
  • Page 197 Submitting print jobs from Quick Print for Windows NT 4.0 6. Select the queue of your choice, then select [OK]. The Add Printer window displays the Print Server and Print Queue of your choice. Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client...
  • Page 198 Submitting print jobs from Quick Print for Windows NT 4.0 NOTE: You may be asked to install a printer driver for the selected queue. 7. From the Printer Model: Server Type list box, select the appropriate printer model and server type.
  • Page 199 Submitting print jobs from Quick Print for Windows NT 4.0 9. In the Printer Name text box, type a descriptive name up to 80 characters long. 10. Click [OK]. Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client 6-33...
  • Page 200 Submitting print jobs from Quick Print for Windows NT 4.0 11. The Servers and Connections window displays your selections. Select [Close]. 6-34 Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client...
  • Page 201 Submitting print jobs from Quick Print for Windows NT 4.0 The newly added printer displays in the Printers area of the dialog box. Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client 6-35...
  • Page 202: Setting The Default Printer

    Submitting print jobs from Quick Print for Windows NT 4.0 Setting the default printer Follow these steps: 1. From the Servers and Connections dialog box, select a printer from the Printers list box. 2. Click [Set Default Printer]. 6-36 Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client...
  • Page 203: Removing A Printer From The Setup

    Submitting print jobs from Quick Print for Windows NT 4.0 Removing a printer from the setup Follow these steps: 1. From the Servers and Connections dialog box, select a printer from the Printers list box. 2. Click [Delete Printer]. 3. At the confirmation window, click [OK].
  • Page 204 Submitting print jobs from Quick Print for Windows NT 4.0 6-38 Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client...
  • Page 205: Printing Using The Internet Printing Protocol

    Internet tools and technologies. The protocol defines interactions between a client and a server, which allows your printer to print documents submitted through the Internet. Windows 2000 supports IPP version 1.1. With this support,...
  • Page 206 Printing using the Internet Printing Protocol Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client...
  • Page 207: Using Remote Access To The Printer

    You can access the printer remotely from the client using one of two methods: • telnet • Web-based user interface Using telnet You can access the printer controller remotely from any client computer that supports the telnet protocol. To establish a telnet connection, refer to your workstation documentation.
  • Page 208: Accessing The Web-based User Interface From The Client

    Using remote access to the printer Accessing the Web-based user interface from the client To display a printer home page, enter the printer name or IP address in the Web browser. Figure 8-1. Accessing a printer home page in the Web browser (Internet Explorer) Figure 8-2.
  • Page 209: Information On The Web-based User Interface

    The printer’s home page displays detailed status and configuration information about the printer. Figure 8-3. Printer’s home page The printer’s home page also provides access to further pages, which allow you to: • List documents by all the criteria available through the command-line user interface (UI) on the printer console –...
  • Page 210 Using remote access to the printer – Complete displays all documents that have the status of – Held displays all documents that have the status of Held, – Ineligible displays all documents that have the status of • Show details of any document that you select from the listing •...
  • Page 211 5-31–5-36 printing error information 5-33 printing graphics in color 5-33 printing mirror images 5-33 printing negative images 5-33 printing with printer fonts 5-34 specifying format 5-36 specifying halftoning options 5-35 specifying printing resolution 5-35 using substitution table 5-34 using TrueType fonts 5-36...
  • Page 212 DOS client software installing 2-2 removing 2-6 drilled paper Quick Print for Windows NT 4.0 6-16 Windows NT 4.0 5-24 drivers, Xerox 1-1 duplex printing specifying Windows NT 4.0 (transparent) 5-17 edge deletion 4-40 error handling 4-18, 4-30 exception pages Quick Print for Windows NT 4.0 6-21–...
  • Page 213 PPD file 2-5, 2-15 system, Windows NT 4.0 5-1–5-7 verifying PC-DOS 2-5 UNIX 2-12 Xerox Client Software 2-10 Internet Printing Protocol (IPP) 7-1 IPP, see Internet Printing Protocol job message, banner page Quick Print for Windows NT 4.0 6-13– 6-15 Windows NT 4.0 (transparent) 5-21...
  • Page 214 4-16, 4-28 cover page 4-15, 4-27 error handling 4-18, 4-30 general 4-12, 4-24 layout 4-17, 4-29 printer specific 4-20, 4-32 Xerox Job Ticket (Macintosh AdobePS driver) 4-34 print queue Quick Print for Windows NT 4.0 6-25– 6-36 Windows NT 4.0 5-38...
  • Page 215 NT 4.0 6-36 printing using Macintosh (transparent) 4-1–4-40 Windows NT 4.0 (transparent) 5-7, 5-9–5-10 using lpr utilities 3-18 using Xerox utilities software 3-1 procedures Xerox Client Software, installing PC-DOS 2-3–2-4 UNIX workstations 2-10–2-12 programming, Main Stock Windows NT 4.0 (transparent) 5-18...
  • Page 216 DOS 2-6 UNIX 2-14 Xerox drivers 1-1 Xerox network print queue Windows NT 4.0, printing to 5-38 Xerox PPD files required with third-party drivers Windows NT 4.0 (transparent) 5-7 Xerox utilities software 3-1 Guide to Submitting Jobs from the Client...

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