user interface (UI)
Installation Planning Guide
Application that prints two logical pages on one side of a physical
Operating system that runs on DECStations. It consists of a
hierarchical system of commands, shells, files, and directories.
See also operating system.
Operating system for computers, usually working in a network
environment. UNIX consists of a hierarchical system of
commands, shells, files, and directories. See also operating
System for gathering input from a user and presenting data to
Page area selected by a forms designer for printing.
Alternate names for the printer which allow different sets of
default attributes to be applied to submitted jobs. The operator
and system administrator define virtual printer names and the
associated set of attributes and values.
Computer able to process data but designed specifically for
interaction with a network.
To record data in memory or an external storage medium.
Data protection feature implemented on magnetic media (e.g.,
floppy disk) to prevent stored data from being modified, written
over, or erased.
There are two xerographic modes: black mode or highlight mode.
Black mode allows printing with black dry ink only, while the
highlight mode enables highlight color printing.