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Epson 7500 User Manual: Introduction; Do You Need Postscript

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The EPSON Stylus
RIP software lets you use your EPSON
Stylus Color or EPSON Stylus Photo ink jet printer as a
3 (Macintosh
, Windows
2000, and
Windows NT
) and Level 2 (Windows 95 and 98) compatible
printer. It reads the Adobe
PostScript files automatically
created by the EPSON Stylus RIP printer driver, seamlessly
converts them into raster images, and automatically prints them
on your printer. You can use the EPSON Stylus RIP with both
Macintosh and Windows systems, in standalone or networked
Adobe PostScript is the industry standard for high-quality
graphic output. All the elements in a document—including
text, graphics, and other images—are processed and reproduced
using PostScript code. Then, when you print from an application
such as QuarkXPress,
the RIP software creates a raster image
from the PostScript code and sends it to your printer.

Do You Need PostScript?

In many cases, you may not need the ability to print in
PostScript, and for these occasions you should use the standard,
non-PostScript driver that comes with your printer. Using the
standard driver is also a good way to ensure that your computer
and printer are connected and working properly, so make sure
you install the non-PostScript EPSON driver following the
instructions in your printer's setup documentation.


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