handouts. Multiple-page images printed on a single sheet of paper. See N-up.
label. Self-adhesive paper.
landscape orientation. Page orientation in which text runs parallel with the long edge of the paper.
line art. A printer software option used for printing simple line art and graphics.
long-edge binding. A printer software option that arranges duplexed pages so they can be bound
along the long side of the pages.
manual alignment. A printer software feature that lets you select print cartridge alignment values.
margins. The blank area between printed text or graphics and the edges of a page.
mirror. A printer software option that lets you reverse an image before printing.
N-up. A printer software option that lets you print multiple pages of a document on a single sheet of
paper. For example, select 4-up to print reduced images of pages 1 through 4 on the first sheet of
paper, images of pages 5 through 8 on the second sheet, and so on.
natural color. A printer software option used for printing photographs and highly detailed graphic
operating system. The software that provides the basic functions needed for operating your
computer. For example, Windows 98.
paper type sensor. A feature that automatically detects some types of paper loaded in the paper
peripheral device. Any external device connected to and controlled by a computer.
photo paper. Treated paper designed for photographs.
plain paper. Paper designed for printing text documents.
portrait orientation. Page orientation in which text runs parallel with the short edge of the paper.