Epson C82069* manual

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    EPSON English Deutsch Français Español Italiano 4001454 CO1-00[...]

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    1 EPSON OVERSEAS MARKETING LOCATIONS `I EPSON AMERICA, INC. 20770 Madrona Avenue Torrance CA 90503, [...]

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    All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or[...]

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    Contents Introduction iii Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[...]

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    Introduction Features The PostScript ™ CARD gives your Epson page printer the capabilities of true[...]

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    This manual is a supplement to your printer manual. It gives you the additional information necessar[...]

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    Precautions Available printers This card can work with the page printers listed below: EPL-7000/7100[...]

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    Printing area If the NOTE option is selected in the PAGETYPE menu, the printing area of A4, Letter, [...]

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    Available interfaces Unless you are using a Macintosh™, you can use any built-in or optional inter[...]

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    For EPL-7000/7100 Users Your printer always reprints jammed pages after a paper jam error is correct[...]

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    Chapter 1 Handling the PostScript CARD Care and Handling Do not drop, crush, or bend the card. Its n[...]

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    Installing the Card Insert the card only when the printer is turned off. Always insert it into slot [...]

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    Selecting PostScript Because your printer is set to operate in one of the resident printer modes, yo[...]

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    For EPL-4000/4100 and ActionLaser users 1. 2. Hold down the SelecType button for several seconds unt[...]

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    For EPL-7000/7100 users 1. 2. Hold down the SelecType button for several seconds until you enter Sel[...]

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    Printer Selection Menus Now that you have installed the PostScript option in your printer, you can s[...]

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    Removing the Card Follow these steps if you need to remove the card: 1. Make sure the printer is tur[...]

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    Chapter 2 Using the PostScript CARD The Control Panel Your printer control panel operates nearly the[...]

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    SelecType You can make various printer settings using SelecType. Although normal SelecType functions[...]

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    menu ~ (submenu) function (MISCELLANEOUS) ERR HANDLER Enables/disables the error handler 1 PAGES 1 D[...]

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    Main menus INPUT AUTO MANUAL + STD OPT AUTO MANUAL Feeds paper from the manual feed paper path STD F[...]

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    P-SIZE STD (and P-SIZE OPT) + A4 A5 B5 GLT GLG EXE F4 + LT HLT LG Sets the paper size in the standar[...]

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    L-OFFSET from -64 to -1 -0 from 1 to 63 T-OFFSET from -64 to -1 -+O from 1 to 63 PAGETYPE -3 FULL NO[...]

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    JAM RECOVERY + ON OFF Determines whether or not a page is reprinted after a paper jam is cleared. If[...]

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    Chapter 3 Installing Screen Fonts and Drivers This chapter describes how to install the printer driv[...]

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    Installation for Windows 3.x To install printer drivers for Window 3.x, follow these steps: 1. 2. 3.[...]

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    16. Select the port for your printer. 17. Click “OK” to exit the “Printers-Configure” window[...]

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    Running the screen-font installation program Note: l You must install following items before beginni[...]

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    3. Type WIN3INST and press the ENTER key again. If your Windows is not installed in the C: WINDOWS[...]

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    5. You see the following on the screen: --. The font installer asks the following question after thi[...]

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    7. After you press a key, you see this screen. ADOBE TYPEFACE PACKAGE INSTALLATION: Selecting Applic[...]

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    9. The next screen then appears: . ADOBE TYPEFACE PACKAGE INSTALLATION: Selecting Fonts Select the f[...]

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    1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. To fully use your printer in the Microsoft Windows 2.x environment, follow the [...]

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    8. Change the Paper Source, Paper Size, Orientation, or other items if necessary. 9. Click “Connec[...]

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    Macintosh The files for using your printer with your Macintosh computer are included in the disk lab[...]

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    5. If you are using application software from Aldus Corporation, such as PageMaker ® , you may need[...]

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    7. Double click the font file you wish to copy. The Font/DA mover then lists the fonts contained in [...]

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    Appendix A The Namer When you have installed more than one PostScript printer with same name on an A[...]

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    Appendix B Character Tables Courier Zapf Dingbat Symbol SP I II # $ % & ( ) * + / 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 [...]

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    Courier Zapf Dingbat Symbol @ A B C D E F G H I J K L M N 0 P Q R s T u V W X Y Z [ 1 h @ A B C D [...]

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    Courier Zapf Dingbat Symbol a b C d e f g h i j k 1 m n 0 P 9 r S t U V W x Y 7. ( 1 127 I a b C d e[...]

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    Courier Zapf Dingbat Symbol 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 [...]

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    Courier Zapf Dingbat Symbol 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 [...]

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    Courier Zapf Dingbat Symbol 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 [...]

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    Built in outline fonts Following fonts are available: 0 Courier 1 Courier-Bold 2 Courier-Oblique 3 C[...]

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    SelecType LEVEL1 I , O”TP”T UP , OUTPUT , UP , SET OUTPUT - DOWN , SET[...]