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  • Page 1 Printer Guide Printer Guide Please read this guide before operating this product. After you finish reading this guide, store it in a safe place for future reference.
  • Page 2 imageRUNNER 2545i/2545 2535i/2535 2530/2525 2520 Printer Guide...
  • Page 3: Manuals For The Machine

    Manuals for the Machine The manuals for this machine are organized as shown below. Please refer to them for detailed information. Some manuals may not be needed for certain system configurations and products purchased. Guides with this symbol are PDF manuals included on the Guides with this symbol are printed manuals.
  • Page 4: How This Manual Is Organized

    Includes the Symbol Sets Supported, Specifications, and Index. Considerable effort has been made to ensure that this manual is free of inaccuracies and omissions. However, as we are constantly improving our products, if you need an exact specification, please contact Canon.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Preface ............viii How to Use This Manual .
  • Page 6 Mode Priority ..........3-18 Auto Select .
  • Page 7 Orientation ..........5-8 Symbol Set .
  • Page 8 PC8GRK..........5-50 PC-1004 .
  • Page 9: Preface

    Preface Thank you for purchasing the Canon imageRUNNER 2545i/2545/2535i/2535/2530/2525/ 2520. Please read this manual thoroughly before operating the machine to familiarize yourself with its capabilities, and to make the most of its many functions. After reading this manual, store it in a safe place for future reference.
  • Page 10: Illustrations Used In This Manual

    Illustrations Used in This Manual Illustrations used in this manual are those displayed when the imageRUNNER 2545i has the following optional equipment attached to it: the Inner Finisher-B1, Inner Finisher Additional Tray-B1, and CST. Feeding Unit-AE1. Displays Used in This Manual Screen shots used in this manual may differ from actual displays depending on the machine configuration.
  • Page 11: Abbreviations Used In This Manual

    Abbreviations Used in This Manual In this manual, the product name “Microsoft Windows operating system” is abbreviated as “Windows.” Trademarks Adobe and Adobe Acrobat are trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated. PCL, PCL5, and PCL6 are trademarks of Hewlett-Packard Company. Windows logo and Windows are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the U.S.
  • Page 12: Legal Notices

    Disclaimers The information in this document is subject to change without notice. CANON INC. MAKES NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND WITH REGARD TO THIS MATERIAL, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, THEREOF, WARRANTIES AS TO MARKETABILITY, MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OF USE OR NON-INFRINGEMENT.
  • Page 14: Introduction To Printing

    Introduction to Printing CHAPTER This chapter describes the overview of the printing. Overview of the Printer Function ......... . . 1-2...
  • Page 15: Overview Of The Printer Function

    Overview of the Printer Function You can operate this machine for printing as shown below. ■ Printing from a computer via the printer driver For details, see the Driver Software Guide. Print Data UFRII LT ■ Canceling a print job/Checking a print log on the machine For details, see Chapter 2, “Managing Print Jobs.”...
  • Page 16: Managing Print Jobs

    Managing Print Jobs CHAPTER This chapter describes how to check the details and records of print jobs using the System Monitor screen, and how to cancel print jobs using (Stop) and the System Monitor screen. Managing Print Jobs ........... . . 2-2 Canceling a Print Job Using the Stop Key .
  • Page 17: Managing Print Jobs

    Managing Print Jobs This section describes the procedures for the processes listed below. • Canceling a Print Job Using the Stop Key (See p. 2-2) • Checking and Canceling Print Jobs Using the System Monitor (See p. 2-3) • Checking Print Log (See p. 2-6) ndex PrintingIndex Printing Canceling a Print Job Using the Stop Key You can cancel a print job using...
  • Page 18: Checking And Canceling Print Jobs Using The System Monitor

    Press [Yes]. Checking and Canceling Print Jobs Using the System Monitor You can check the status of print jobs and cancel jobs from the System Monitor screen before or during printing. NOTE Several prints may be output after you cancel a job. Press [System Monitor] ➞...
  • Page 19 Use [ ] or [ ] to scroll through the job list, and select the job that you want to check or cancel. If you want to cancel the job, proceed to step 5. NOTE The messages displayed on the Status screen are as follows: - [Printing]: Current job - [Waiting]: Reserved jobs If you want to check the job...
  • Page 20 If you want to cancel the job, press [Cancel]. NOTE You cannot select multiple jobs and cancel them all at once. Press [Yes]. If you do not want to cancel the job, select [No] to return to the previous display. Press to return to the top screen.
  • Page 21: Checking Print Log

    Checking Print Log You can check all of the completed print jobs using the System Monitor screen. NOTE If Job Log Display in System Settings is set to ‘Off’, the print log screen is not displayed on the System Monitor screen. For instructions on how to set Job Log Display, see Chapter 6, “Protecting the Machine from Unauthorized Access”...
  • Page 22 Use [ ] or [ ] to scroll through the job list, and select the job that you want to check ➞ press [Details]. Check the details of job log ➞ [Done]. Managing Print Jobs...
  • Page 23 Managing Print Jobs...
  • Page 24: Customizing Settings

    Customizing Settings CHAPTER This chapter describes how to use the Printer Settings menu and its submenus from the Additional Functions. Menu Functions ............3-3 Setting Priorities .
  • Page 25 3. Customizing Settings BarDIMM ..............3-25 FreeScape.
  • Page 26: Menu Functions

    Menu Functions This section describes the menu functions and how to access them using the touch panel display. The basic settings, such as the number of copies and the paper size, can be specified by the application sending the print job or by the printer driver. The machine, however, has more printer settings including those that cannot be specified remotely from an application or from the printer driver.
  • Page 27: Setting Priorities

    Setting Priorities When the particular menu function setting can be specified either by using the touch panel display on the machine or by specifying the setting in an application or the printer driver, the setting from the application or printer driver will override the settings made on the touch panel display on the machine.
  • Page 28: Using The Printer Settings Menu

    Using the Printer Settings Menu The Printer Settings menu enables you to access common features. Below is an abbreviated outline of the Printer Settings menu structure. For a detailed description of all the Printer Settings menu options, see “Settings Menu,” on p. 3-7. NOTE Depending on the printer environment, some settings may not be available.
  • Page 29 Press [Printer Settings]. Press [ ] or [ ] to select the setting that you want to change ➞ press [OK]. Referring to the descriptions of the following settings, select the option best suited to your preferences: - Default PaperSize (See p. 3-7) - Default PaperType (See p.
  • Page 30: Settings Menu

    Settings Menu This section provides detailed information on the Printer Settings. NOTE The default settings are indicated in bold. Default PaperSize LTR, STMT, EXECUTIV, A4, A3, A5, ISO-B5, ISO-C5, No. 10 (COM10), MONARCH, DL, 11 × 17, LGL This setting defines the default paper size used when the paper size cannot be set from the printer driver in the computer, or when no paper source is specified.
  • Page 31: Default Papertype

    - Heavy Paper 2: 24 to 28 lb bond (91 to 105 g/m - Heavy Paper 3: 28 to 32 lb bond (106 to 128 g/m • Canon transparency film is recommended for printing on transparencies. • Canon label paper is recommended for printing on labels.
  • Page 32: 2-Sided Printing

    2-Sided Printing Off, On This setting selects one- or two-sided printing. In the 2-Sided Printing mode, the document is printed on both sides of the paper. NOTE • In the 2-Sided Printing mode, you can use either the paper drawers or stack bypass as the paper source, with LTR, LTRR, LGL, 11"...
  • Page 33 ■ Toner Save Off, On This setting enables or disables the toner saving feature. When this feature is enabled, less toner is used to print documents, resulting in a longer toner life. IMPORTANT This setting applies only to print jobs sent from a computer via a printer driver. NOTE If [On] is selected for Toner Saver, very light or finely detailed images may not be printed clearly.
  • Page 34: Layout

    Layout ■ Binding Location Long Edge, Short Edge This setting determines whether the binding position is along the long edge or the short edge of the paper. When binding for two-sided printing, the image orientation is automatically adjusted to produce the correct layout. When the binding position is on the long edge of the paper: Two-sided printing Two-sided printing...
  • Page 35 ■ Margin -1.90 to +1.90Inches (in increments of 0.01Inches); 00.00Inches This setting sets the page margin in millimeters or inches. Press [ ] to increase the width of the inside margin. (Example 1) Press [ ] to increase the width of the outside margin. (Example 2) 00.00Inches Center Center...
  • Page 36: Combining The Binding And Margin Settings

    Combining the Binding and Margin Settings The figures below illustrate how the Binding and Margin settings are combined. You can set the paper orientation using the printer driver. (See Chapter 3, “Printing Functions,” in the Driver Software Guide.) Auto Continue Off, On This setting enables you to automatically clear an error and continue printing when an error occurs (Error skip).
  • Page 37: Timeout

    Timeout On (5 to 300sec), Off; 15sec The Timeout setting enables the machine to discard a print job that remains in the machine’s memory after a specified period of time. This setting is useful when the data for the current job has some error and prevents the machine from performing further printing.
  • Page 38: Finishing

    Finishing Off, Collate, Rotate+Collate, Rotate+Group, Offset+Collate, Offset+Group, Staple+Collate (Corner (Upper-L), Corner (Upper-R), Corner (Lower-L), Corner (Lower-R), Double (Left), Double (Right), Double (Top), Double (Bottom)) IMPORTANT The table below shows all the Finishing modes that are available with the optional Inner Finisher-B1, and the paper sizes that can be used. : Available N/A: Not Available When the Inner...
  • Page 39 Offset+Group This setting prints all copies of the same page before printing the next page. It offsets every other complete set of pages to indicate where each new set starts. Staple+Collate This setting prints all pages of each copy (collating), and staples them together before printing the next copy.
  • Page 40 NOTE • Rotate+Collate and Rotate+Group are available for selection if the paper size is LTR, LTRR, A4, A4R, B5, or B5R. • If Rotate+Collate and Rotate+Group is selected, part of the print image may be cut off when the image is rotated. You need to load the same size paper as the original in the paper drawers in both landscape and portrait positions.
  • Page 41: Personality

    Personality Auto, PCL, PS This setting enables the machine to process data received from the host computer in the specified data format. Setting the ‘Personality’ to [Auto] makes the machine determine the type of data received from the host on a job-by-job basis. If you are printing from applications on a computer, we recommend that you use the [Auto] setting.
  • Page 42: Initialize

    Initialize Off, On The menu settings can be returned to the factory defaults by initializing the printer settings. If [On] is selected, the settings are initialized. If [Off] is selected, the settings are not initialized. IMPORTANT Do not turn OFF the machine while the settings are being initialized, as this may damage the machine’s memory.
  • Page 43: Pcl Settings

    PCL Settings NOTE The PCL Printer function is available only when the PCL Printer Kit-AF1 (optional for the imageRUNNER 2545/2535/2530/2525/2520) is activated. Paper Save OFF, ON This setting specifies whether to output a blank page when software does not send print data between End Page codes.
  • Page 44: Font Number

    Font Number 0 to 104; 0 You can set the default font typeface for this printer function using the corresponding font numbers. For typeface samples for each font number, see “Typeface Samples,” on p. 5-20. Point Size 4.00 to 999.75 point (in increments of 0.25 point); 12.00 This setting enables you to specify the point size for the default font.
  • Page 45: Symbol Set

    Symbol Set PC8, PC850, PC851, PC852, PC862, PC864, PC866, PC8DN, PC8GRK, PC8TK, PC1004, PIFONT, PSMATH, PSTEXT, ROMAN8, VNINTL, VNMATH, VNUS, WIN30, WINARB, WINBALT, WINCYR, WINGRK, WINL1, WINL2, WINL5, ARABIC8, DESKTOP, GREEK8, HEBREW7, HEBREW8, ISO4, ISO6, ISO11, ISO15, ISO17, ISO21, ISO60, ISO69, ISOCYR, ISOGRK, ISOHEB, ISOL1, ISOL2, ISOL5, ISOL6, LEGAL, MATH8, MCTEXT, MSPUBL, PC775 This setting enables you to select the symbol set most suited to the needs of the host...
  • Page 46: Y Dimension

    NOTE This function is available if [On] is selected in the Custom Paper setting. Y dimension 3.90 to 11.69 inch; 11.69 This setting enables you to specify the vertical size of the custom paper. This function is useful when part of the printed image is cut off, increasing this value may allow some of the missing text to be correctly printed.
  • Page 47: Widen A4 Print

    Widen A4 Print Off, On This setting determines whether to expand the printable area of A4 size paper to that of Letter size in width. If [On] is selected, the entire area on a page 1/8" (4.23 mm) from the top and bottom edges and 1/16"...
  • Page 48: Halftones

    Halftones Text: Resolution, High Resolution, Tone, Gradation Graphics: Tone, Gradation, Resolution, High Resolution Image: Tone, Gradation, Resolution, High Resolution This setting specifies how to express halftones in black and white data. Print data is expressed in dots. Fine gradations, edges, and shades are expressed by using dither patterns, which are groups of dots.
  • Page 49: Booklet

    Booklet Off, Left Binding, Right Binding This setting enables you to print two pages of data in such a way that the printouts are made into a booklet. If [Left Binding] is selected, the pages are bound on the left side. If [Right Binding] is selected, the pages are bound on the right side.
  • Page 50: Ps Settings

    PS Settings NOTE The PS Printer function is available only when the PS Printer Kit-AF1 (optional for the imageRUNNER 2545/2535/2530/2525/2520) is activated. Job Timeout 0 to 3600 seconds (in increments of 1); 0s This setting enables you to specify the amount of time before a job times out. If a job has not finished within the set time limit, the job automatically cancels.
  • Page 51: Halftones

    Halftones Text: High Resolution, Gradation, Resolution Graphics: Gradation, Resolution, High Resolution Image: Gradation, Resolution, High Resolution This setting specifies how to express halftones in black and white data. Print data is expressed in dots. Fine gradations, edges, and shades are expressed by using dither patterns, which are groups of dots.
  • Page 52: Booklet

    Booklet Off, Left Binding, Right Binding This setting enables you to print two pages of data in such a way that the printouts are made into a booklet. If [Left Binding] is selected, the pages are bound on the left side. If [Right Binding] is selected, the pages are bound on the right side.
  • Page 53: Ppr Size Override

    Ppr Size Override Off, On Paper of the size selected in the printer driver might not be loaded in any of the machine’s paper drawers. If the Auto Size Detection setting is enabled, the machine will automatically substitute paper of an available size for the missing paper, as shown in the table below. Printer Driver Setting Substitute Paper Letter...
  • Page 54: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting CHAPTER This chapter describes how to identify and solve problems you may face when operating the machine. Identifying and Isolating Problems ......... . 4-2 Printer Problems .
  • Page 55: Identifying And Isolating Problems

    Identifying and Isolating Problems You may experience problems while operating the machine. Take a minute to see if there is a simple solution to your problem before contacting your local authorized Canon dealer. Printer Problems Indicators are off and the display is blank.
  • Page 56 Cause 4 The paper size loaded in the drawer is different from the paper size you have set up in the application software, or the appropriate paper size you have set for enlarging or reducing the copy is not loaded. Remedy 1 Change the paper in the selected drawer to the paper size you have set in the application software (or to the size you have set for enlarging/reducing copy), and then print again.
  • Page 57: Printing Problems

    The service call (E730) appears when using the PS functions. Cause A malfunction occurred when using the PS driver. Remedy Restart the machine—turn OFF the machine, wait at least 10 seconds, and then turn it ON. (See Chapter 6, “Troubleshooting,” in the Reference Guide.) Printing Problems Printer is not using the font you want.
  • Page 58: Print Quality Problems

    Clean the fixing roller. (See Chapter 5, “Routine Maintenance,” in the Reference Guide.) Black stripes appear on multiple sheets in sequence. Cause The toner cartridge is old or damaged. Remedy Contact your local authorized Canon dealer. Identifying and Isolating Problems...
  • Page 59 Identifying and Isolating Problems...
  • Page 60: Appendix

    Appendix CHAPTER This chapter summarizes the machine’s specifications and includes the index. Printer Settings Menu ........... . 5-2 Some Basic Facts about Fonts .
  • Page 61: Printer Settings Menu

    Printer Settings Menu The table below lists all settings of the Printer Settings menu. The default settings are indicated in bold. ■ Settings Menu Additional Functions Available Settings Applicable Page LTR, STMT, EXECUTIV, A4, A3, A5, Default PapaerSize ISO-B5, ISO-C5, No. 10 (COM10), p.
  • Page 62 Additional Functions Available Settings Applicable Page Off, Collate, Rotate+Collate* Rotate+Group* , Offset+Collate* Offset+Group* , Staple+Collate* Finishing (Corner (Upper-L), Corner (Upper-R), p. 3-15 Corner (Lower-L), Corner (Lower-R), Double (Left), Double (Right), Double (Top), Double (Bottom)) Personality Auto, PCL, PS p. 3-18 Mode Priority Off, PCL, PS p.
  • Page 63: Other Settings

    Additional Functions Available Settings Applicable Page Append CR to LF No, Yes p. 3-23 Widen A4 Print Off, On p. 3-24 Halftones Text Resolution, High Resolution, Tone, Gradation Graphics Tone, Gradation, Resolution, High p. 3-25 Resolution Image Tone, Gradation, Resolution, High Resolution BarDIMM* Enable, Disable...
  • Page 64: Some Basic Facts About Fonts

    Some Basic Facts about Fonts This section summarizes some of the basic facts you should know about fonts. What Is a Font? A font is a collection of letters and symbols used when printing a document. In general, a group of letters and symbols sharing a common design is referred to as a font.
  • Page 65: Typeface

    Typeface Typeface refers to the design of the characters and symbols. The following figure shows an example of some typefaces. Stroke Weight Stroke weight refers to the thickness of the print. There are light, medium, and bold stroke weights. The printer function has medium and bold fonts available. The figure below shows an example of medium and bold printing.
  • Page 66: Point Size

    Point Size Point size refers to the height of the character. Character size is measured in points. One inch is divided into 72 points and 1 point is 1/72 of an inch (about 0.35 mm). The printer function has bitmapped fonts and scalable fonts available. The bitmapped fonts are fixed in size, but the scalable fonts are not fixed in size.
  • Page 67: Character Width (Fixed And Ps)

    Character Width (Fixed and PS) Each character has a different width from all the other characters in a font at a given point size. For example, “W” is a wider letter than “I.” There are two ways to print letters of different widths: you can print all letters with the same spacing, regardless of their actual width;...
  • Page 68: Symbol Set

    Symbol Set When you print the letter “A,” the host computer sends a code corresponding to “A” (hexadecimal 41 is an example of this) to the machine. This code is referred to as the character code. The machine stores an internal representation of each character, and selects from among these character patterns the pattern corresponding to the received code.
  • Page 69: Fonts And Scalable Fonts

    Fonts and Scalable Fonts There are two types of fonts available, and these fonts are distinguished by the type of data from which they are formed. • Bitmapped fonts • Scalable fonts Bitmapped Fonts Each character of bitmapped fonts are composed of a grid of small dots and stored in the machine’s memory in dot matrix format.
  • Page 70: Scalable Fonts

    Scalable Fonts With scalable fonts, characters are freely enlarged or compressed from the one point to any size you wish in 0.1 point increments. 5-11 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 71: Standard Scalable And Ocr Sets Fonts (Pcl)

    Standard Scalable and OCR Sets Fonts (PCL) With scalable fonts, characters are freely enlarged or compressed from one point to any size you wish in 0.1 point increments. (The maximum range of scaling depends on the size of the memory installed in the machine and the size of the paper used.) The following scalable typefaces are included with the machine.
  • Page 72 Font Number Font Name Ryadh Bold Malka Malka Bold Malka Italic Dorit Dorit Bold Naamit Naamit Bold Arial Arial Bold Arial Italic Arial Bold Italic Times New Roman Times New Roman Bold Times New Roman Italic Times New Roman Bold Italic Helvetica Helvetica Bold Helvetica Oblique...
  • Page 73 Font Number Font Name ITC Bookman Demi Italic New century Schoolbook Roman New century Schoolbook Bold New century Schoolbook Italic New century Schoolbook Bold Italic Times Roman Times Bold Times Italic Times Bold Italic ITC Zapf Chancery Medium Italic Symbol SymbolPS Wingdings ITC Zapf Dingbats...
  • Page 74 Font Number Font Name Line Printer Line Printer Line Printer Line Printer Line Printer 5-15 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 75: Symbol Sets (For Scalable Typefaces Only)

    Symbol Sets (For Scalable Typefaces Only) The following symbol sets are included with the machine. ASCII (ISO6) PC-8 Greek CP437 Arabic-8(ARABIC8) PC-8 Greek(PC8GRK) DeskTop PC-850 Dingbats (14L) PC-851 Greek-8(GREEK8) PC-852 Hebrew-7(HEBREW7) PC-858 * Hebrew-8(HEBREW8) PC-860 Portugal ISO 8859-1 Latin1 PC-862 ISO 8859-10 Latin 6 PC-864 ISO 8859-2 Latin 2...
  • Page 76: Ps Fonts

    PS Fonts AlbertusMT BodoniCE-Italic AlbertusMT-Italic BodoniCE-Poster AlbertusMT-Light BodoniCE-PosterCompressed AntiqueOlive-Bold Bookman-Demi AntiqueOlive-Compact Bookman-DemiItalic AntiqueOlive-Italic Bookman-Light AntiqueOlive-Roman Bookman-LightItalic AntiqueOliveCE-Bold BookmanCE-Demi AntiqueOliveCE-Compact BookmanCE-DemiItalic AntiqueOliveCE-Italic BookmanCE-Light AntiqueOliveCE-Roman BookmanCE-LightItalic Apple-Chancery Candid Apple-ChanceryCE Chicago Arial-BoldItalicMT ChicagoCE Arial-BoldMT Clarendon Arial-ItalicMT Clarendon-Bold ArialCE Clarendon-Light ArialCE-Bold ClarendonCE ArialCE-BoldItalic ClarendonCE-Bold ArialCE-Italic ClarendonCE-Light ArialMT...
  • Page 77 EurostileCE HelveticaCE-Narrow EurostileCE-Bold HelveticaCE-NarrowBold EurostileCE-BoldExtendedTwo HelveticaCE-NarrowBoldOblique EurostileCE-ExtendedTwo HelveticaCE-NarrowOblique Geneva HelveticaCE-Oblique GenevaCE HoeflerText-Black GillSans HoeflerText-BlackItalic GillSans-Bold HoeflerText-Italic GillSans-BoldCondensed HoeflerText-Ornaments GillSans-BoldItalic HoeflerText-Regular GillSans-Condensed HoeflerTextCE-Black GillSans-ExtraBold HoeflerTextCE-BlackItalic GillSans-Italic HoeflerTextCE-Italic GillSans-Light HoeflerTextCE-Regular GillSans-LightItalic JoannaMT GillSansCE-Bold JoannaMT-Bold GillSansCE-BoldCondensed JoannaMT-BoldItalic GillSansCE-BoldItalic JoannaMT-Italic GillSansCE-Condensed JoannaMTCE GillSansCE-ExtraBold JoannaMTCE-Bold GillSansCE-Italic JoannaMTCE-BoldItalic GillSansCE-Light...
  • Page 78 NewCenturySchlbkCE-Italic TimesNewRomanCE-Bold NewCenturySchlbkCE-Roman TimesNewRomanCE-BoldItalic NewYork TimesNewRomanCE-Italic NewYorkCE TimesNewRomanPS-BoldItalicMT Optima TimesNewRomanPS-BoldMT Optima-Bold TimesNewRomanPS-ItalicMT Optima-BoldItalic TimesNewRomanPSMT Optima-Italic Univers-Bold OptimaCE-Bold Univers OptimaCE-BoldItalic Univers-BoldExt OptimaCE-Italic Univers-BoldExtObl OptimaCE-Roman Univers-BoldOblique Oxford Univers-Oblique Palatino-Bold Univers-Condensed Palatino-BoldItalic Univers-CondensedBold Palatino-Italic Univers-CondensedBoldOblique Palatino-Roman Univers-CondensedOblique PalatinoCE-Bold Univers-Extended PalatinoCE-BoldItalic Univers-ExtendedObl PalatinoCE-Italic Univers-Light PalatinoCE-Roman Univers-LightOblique StempelGaramond-Bold...
  • Page 79: Typeface Samples

    Typeface Samples For PCL 5-20 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 80 5-21 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 81 5-22 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 82 5-23 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 83: For Ps

    For PS 5-24 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 84 5-25 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 85 5-26 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 86 5-27 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 87 5-28 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 88 5-29 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 89 5-30 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 90 5-31 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 91 5-32 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 92: Symbol Sets

    Symbol Sets ARABIC8 DeskTop 5-33 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 93: Greek8

    GREEK8 HEBREW7 5-34 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 94: Hebrew8

    HEBREW8 ISO United Kingdom 5-35 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 95: Ascii

    ASCII ISO Swedish 5-36 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 96: Iso Italian

    ISO Italian ISO Spanish 5-37 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 97: Iso German

    ISO German ISO Norwegian 5-38 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 98: Iso French

    ISO French ISOCYR 5-39 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 99: Isogrk

    ISOGRK ISOHEB 5-40 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 100: Iso 8859-1 Latin 1

    ISO 8859-1 Latin 1 ISO 8859-2 Latin 2 5-41 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 101: Iso 8859-9 Latin 5

    ISO 8859-9 Latin 5 ISO 8859-10 Latin 6 5-42 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 102: Legal

    Legal Math-8 5-43 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 103: Mc Text

    MC Text Microsoft Publishing 5-44 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 104: Pc-775

    PC-775 PC-8 5-45 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 105: Pc-850

    PC-850 PC-851 5-46 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 106: Pc-852

    PC-852 PC-862 5-47 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 107: Pc-864

    PC-864 PC-866 5-48 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 108: Pc-8 D/N

    PC-8 D/N PC-Turkish 5-49 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 109: Pc8Grk

    PC8GRK PC-1004 5-50 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 110: Pi Font

    Pi Font PS Math 5-51 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 111: Ps Text

    PS Text Roman-8 5-52 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 112: Ventura International

    Ventura International Ventura Math 5-53 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 113: Ventura Us

    Ventura US Windows 3.0 Latin 1 5-54 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 114: Winarb

    WINARB Windows Baltic 5-55 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 115: Wincyr

    WINCYR WINGRK 5-56 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 116: Windows 3.1 Latin 1

    Windows 3.1 Latin 1 Windows 3.1 Latin 2 5-57 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 117: Windows 3.1 Latin 5

    Windows 3.1 Latin 5 ISO Latin 9 5-58 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 118: Pc-858

    PC-858 Roman 9 5-59 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 119: Ocr-A

    OCR-A OCR-B 5-60 Some Basic Facts about Fonts...
  • Page 120: Symbol Sets Supported

    Symbol Sets Supported This section provides a list of the character code tables for the characters in each symbol set. ISO Substitution Table The shaded characters in the table are replaced with the corresponding ones in the following table according to the graphic set used. 5-61 Symbol Sets Supported...
  • Page 121 5-62 Symbol Sets Supported...
  • Page 122: Specifications

    Specifications This section lists the specifications of the machine. Software Specifications Command Language PCL5e, PCL6, PostScript 3 emulation (PS3)* , and UFRII LT PCL: 93 Scalable fonts, 2 OCR fonts, and 10 Bitmap fonts Resident Fonts PS3* 251 Scalable fonts PCL5e, PCL6: Reduced to 1/6"...
  • Page 123: Index

    Index Numerics Default PaperType, 3-8 Density, 3-9 2-Sided Printing, 3-9, 5-2 3-Hole Punch Paper, 3-8 Envelope, 3-8 Abbreviations Used in This Manual, x Append CR to LF, 3-23, 5-4 Attributes of Fonts, 5-5 Auto Error Skip, 3-13 Finishing, 3-15 Auto Select, 3-18 Fixed and PS, 5-5 Fixed Spacing, 5-8 Font Number, 3-21...
  • Page 124 Job Timeout, 3-27 Recycled Paper, 3-8 Labels, 3-8 Scalable Fonts, 5-10, 5-11 Landscape, 3-20 Software Specifications, 5-63 Layout, 3-11 Specifications, 5-63 Line Feed, 3-23 Stack Bypass, 3-9 Staple, 3-15 Staple Position, 3-16 Stroke Weight, 5-5, 5-6 Style, 5-5, 5-6 Symbol Set, 3-22, 5-5, 5-9, 5-16, 5-33 Margin, 3-12 Timeout, 3-14 Oblique, 5-6...
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