User manual CANON LASERSHOT LBP5000

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[. . . ] User's Guide IMPORTANT: Read this manual carefully before using your printer. Save this manual for future reference. ENG LBP5000 Laser Printer User's Guide Manuals for the Printer The manuals for this printer are arranged as follows. Please refer to them for detailed information. CD-ROM Guides with this symbol are PDF manuals included on the accompanying CD-ROM. · Installation · Connecting to a Computer · Printing Methods · Basic Operations · Troubleshooting Getting Started Guide User's Guide (This Manual) Network Guide CD-ROM CD-ROM · Setting Up the Network Environment for Printing · Managing the Printer in the Network CD-ROM Environment Only when the optional network board is installed · Operating/Setting the Printer from the Web Browser Only when the optional network board is installed Remote UI Guide CD-ROM To view the manual in PDF format, Adobe Reader/Adobe Acrobat Reader is required. If Adobe Reader/Adobe Acrobat Reader is not installed on your system, please download it from the Adobe Systems Incorporated website. How This Manual Is Organized Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Before You Start Loading and Outputting Paper Setting Up the Printing Environment Printing a Document Routine Maintenance Optional Accessories Troubleshooting Appendix Considerable effort has been made to ensure that this manual is free of inaccuracies and omissions. [. . . ] When you want to solve the problems of the print quality, click this button and specify the settings in the [Advanced Settings] dialog box. If you are using Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003, you can also specify whether the print data is spooled in EMF (meta file) format. [Advanced Settings] * If [Paper Source] is set to [Auto], perform the following procedure regardless of the setting for this option. Whenever the setting for [Output Size] is different from the paper size specified in the [Register Paper Size in Cassettes] dialog box, the paper loaded in the manual feed slot is used for printing. If there is no paper in the manual feed slot, load the appropriate paper in the paper cassette and specify the appropriate paper size in the [Register Paper Size in Cassettes] dialog box, or load paper in the manual feed slot. Using the Various Printing Functions 4-35 [Advanced Settings] Dialog Box The following dialog box is displayed by clicking [Advanced Settings] in the [Finishing Details] dialog box. This dialog box allows you to specify the finishing details. Setting/Button Contents Print quality may deteriorate depending on the type of paper being used or the operating environment of the printer. [Special Print Mode] provides a number of settings for solving problems related to printing quality. 4 Printing a Document [Special Print Mode] [EMF Spooling] (Windows 2000/ Specify whether the print data is spooled in EMF XP/Server 2003 only) (meta file) format. [Paper Source] Sheet The [Paper Source] sheet allows you to specify the following printing preferences: Setting/Button [Paper Selection] Contents Specify the paper feed method. 4-36 Using the Various Printing Functions Setting/Button Contents Specify paper source or paper type according to the settings selected in [Paper Selection]. - [Auto] Automatically selects the paper source according to the size or type of paper. - [Manual Feed Slot] /[Cassette 1]/ [Cassette 2] (Displayed only when the optional paper feeder is installed) Feeds paper from the selected paper source. - Plain Paper (60 - 90 g/m2) - Heavy Paper (91 - 163 g/m2) - Envelope - Label - Transparency You can specify the type of paper. 2-3) It is not recommended to print the other side of previously printed paper. However, if you have to print on both sides of paper, select the [Print on the Other Side] check box when printing the other side of the previously printed paper. [Paper Source] 4 Printing a Document [Paper Type] [Print on the Other Side] [Quality] Sheet The [Quality] sheet allows you to specify the following printing preferences: Using the Various Printing Functions 4-37 Setting/Button Contents Selecting the appropriate mode from [Objective] for the contents of the document allows you to perform optimum printing. Selecting each option in [Objective] displays a comment on the option under the list. To change the printing preferences selected in [Objective] to meet your needs, click [Settings]. Allows you to change the printing preferences in the [Custom Settings] dialog box. Specifies whether to perform color printing or black and white printing. To specify the colors in detail, click [Color Settings] to display the [Color Settings] dialog box. After selecting the [Manual Color Settings] check box, click this button to customize colors. [Objective] [Settings] [Color Mode] [Manual Color Settings] (See p. 4-64) 4 Printing a Document If this check box is selected, you can print an adjusted color sample after specifying the settings in the [Color Adjustment] sheet that is displayed when [Color [Print Color Sample] (Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003 Settings] is clicked. [Preview] is printed in the center of the paper, and this is surrounded by images where the only) (See p. 4-68) color tone is changed by 1 unit in each of the corresponding directions. [Custom Settings] Dialog Box The following dialog box is displayed by clicking [Settings]. This dialog box allows you to change the printing preferences. 4-38 Using the Various Printing Functions Setting/Button [Gradation] [Color Halftones] [B & W Halftones] Contents Allows you to specify the gradation when printing images in halftones. Allows you to select a dither pattern to use when printing data in color halftones. [. . . ] 4-37. Using the draft mode for confirming the text and layout When checking the contents or layout of a document, print in the draft mode if you want to check the text or positions. 8 Appendix NOTE For details on specifying the draft mode, see "[Quality] Sheet, " on p. 4-37. About Color Printing 8-11 NetSpot Device Installer The supplied CD-ROM includes the "NetSpot Device Installer", which is a utility that can initialize the settings of a printer connected to the network. The NetSpot Device Installer is software that allows you to easily initialize the settings of printers connected to the network. For more details on NetSpot Device Installer, see "Network Guide". NOTE When the printer driver is installed from CD-ROM Setup, the initial settings for the network are performed automatically. [. . . ]

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