Select a print quality mode that is appropriate for the print job.
The number of settings available for selection depends on the media type.
Selecting print quality strikes a balance between the quality of the printed image and printing speed.
The level of the print quality and resolution settings are displayed in the following combinations.
The availability of settings is determined by the media type and print priority selections.
Printing time is longer and more ink is consumed with High than with Draft, however, print quality is higher.
Printing time is shorter and less ink is consumed with Draft than with High, however, print quality is lower.
This mode achieves the best results for printing photographic images and illustrations.
This mode is best for printing CAD drawings with fine lines or wall newssheet or other documents
that contain large amounts of text. However, you may not achieve the quality you expect with
printing photographs or other images with many filled areas. For these types of jobs, select Im-
This is a setting for enhancing the reproducibility of characters, illustrations, and photos with print
proofing.However, this takes more time than regular printing.
Prints common office documents, such as proposals, memos for distribution, etc., so they are
easy to read.
Highest / High / Standard / Draft
600dpi / 300dpi
Advanced Settings (Mac OS X)