The print features you select determine how your printed pages will look.
Print features include the following:
Pitch (characters per horizontal inch)
Page length and width
Line spacing (lines per vertical inch)
To select print features, you can use either commercial software or the
printer control panel. The method you use depends on the capabilities of
your software. If your software has most of the features you require, you
may rarely – if ever – have to use the control panel. In fact, your software
often overrides the printer settings.
If your software has limited options, you can use the printer control panel
to select print features. Sometimes, the control panel enables you to
select features not available through your software. For example, you can
select downloaded fonts not supported by your software.
Using Commercial Software
Many commercial software packages offer a wide variety of print
features, including some features that are not supported by this printer.
For example, software often provides a wider range of font sizes than the
printer can accommodate. Software also allows you to specify multiple
fonts on a page.
To determine which features your software supports and how to select
them, refer to your software documentation.