3. If you have an EPSON Stylus Color 1520 or 3000 printer,
or an EPSON Stylus Photo 1200, 1270 or 2000P printer,
choose one of the following
Print on roll paper
Choose this setting when you're printing on roll paper;
otherwise, the printer will eject the entire roll of paper.
Print on single sheets
Choose this setting when you're printing on single
sheets of paper; otherwise, the top and bottom edges of
your image may be clipped.
4. If you are printing with CMYK color data and you want
your printer's output to match the SWOP, Euro, or DIC
standards of offset printing color separations, choose the
appropriate standard as the
have the following choices:
(Specifications for Web Offset Publications,
the U.S. standard for coated paper)
(Euroscale, European press standard)
(Japanese press standard)
(the default setting)
The color of printouts can look different depending on lighting and
paper selection. The Press Simulation feature assumes you are
looking at printouts under light with a correlated color temperature
of 5000K, ° and that were printed on 360 dpi Ink Jet Paper, Photo
Quality Ink Jet Paper, Photo Paper, or Photo Quality Glossy Film.
Some applications, such as PageMaker 6.5, Illustrator 7.0, or
QuarkXPress 3.3 with HELIOS ColorSync2 XTension, can also be
used for color management. If you use these programs' color
management functions while a Press Simulation mode is selected,
you may get unpredictable results.
Printing with EPSON Stylus RIP for Windows