The printer's data storage area. See also NVRAM, RAM, and ROM.
A collection of items you can select for setting or changing. The items of the menus
can be displayed one at a time, in the display of the printer control panel.
A tray that folds out from your printer and can hold a variety of print media, including
cut sheet standard paper, envelopes, adhesive labels and transparencies.
Stands for Non-Volatile Random Access Memory. This type of memory retains data
even after the power is turned off and turned on again. When you modify the printing
environment, you change the settings in NVRAM. You can erase these defaults and
restore the factory defaults by performing a cold reset.
A type of print style. Oblique is the same as italic in some font styles.
When the printer is off-line, you cannot print, but you can use the buttons on the printer
control panel to view and change the printer settings. When the On Line indicator is
off, the printer is off-line. The printer must be off-line before you can press the other
buttons to display the printer menus, items and values. Press Go to take the printer
on-line and off-line.
When the printer is on-line, it is ready to print. Every time you start a print job, check
the On Line indicator to ensure it is on. If you press other buttons on the printer control
panel while the printer is on-line, the printer will beep to tell you that these buttons are
presently disabled. Press Go to take the printer on-line and off-line.