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[. . . ] HP Designjet Z6100 Printer series Quick reference guide Legal notices The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice. The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. HP shall not be liable for technical and editorial errors or omissions contained herein. [. . . ] See the Usage and Preview sections of the Paper/Quality tab for tips about deciding which margins and layout option best suit your needs. NOTE: If margins are set in the printer driver or through the Embedded Web Server, they override the margins that are set on the front panel. Use the Embedded Web Server To set the margins through the Embedded Web Server, go to the Submit Job page on the Main tab. In the Job Settings tree, select Advanced settings > Paper > Layout/Margins. NOTE: Be aware that when you submit more than one job at a time by clicking the Add files button in the Embedded Web Server, all of the jobs that you submit will adopt the settings of the final job that you submit. However, none of the jobs in the print queue are affected. Use a driver Specify the margins in the following ways: In the Windows HP-GL/2 Normal margins and Standard layout are selected by default. To change the margins and layout options, click the Paper/ Quality tab and click the Layout button. In the Windows PostScript driver, Normal margins and Standard layout are selected by default. To change the margins, click the Paper/Quality tab, select More from the Document size drop-down menu, and then select the desired page size and the margins at the same time. In the Mac OS driver, select Page Setup from the File menu, select your printer in the in the Format for popup menu, and then select Paper size. You select the page size and the margins at the same time. Print options 44 Chapter 4 Manage print options NOTE: In the Windows PostScript driver, you have the option of selecting a paper size with no margins. The No margins option should only be selected in conjunction with the Oversized and Clip contents by margins layout settings. NOTE: In Mac OS driver, the available margins options depend on the paper size that you selected in the Page Setup dialog box. To select the No margins option, click the Printing dialog, select the Finishing panel, and then click the Layout tab. The No margins option should only be selected in conjunction with the Oversized and Clip contents by margins layout settings. Use the front panel On the front panel, select the icon, and then select Printing preferences > Margins > Select margins. Print crop lines Crop lines are lines that are printed onto the paper during a print job to indicate where the paper should be cut to achieve a specific paper size. Crop lines can be printed for individual jobs or for multiple jobs that are printed with the nesting feature. For information about how to print crop lines for multiple jobs that are printed with the nesting feature, see Nest with crop lines on page 48. Use the Embedded Web Server To enable crop lines through the Embedded Web Server, go to the Submit Job page on the Main tab. In the Job Settings tree, select Advanced settings > Roll options and then select a setting from the Enable crop lines drop-down menu. NOTE: Be aware that when you submit more than one job at a time by clicking the Add files button in the Embedded Web Server, all of the jobs that you submit will adopt the settings of the final job that you submit. However, none of the jobs in the print queue are affected. Use a driver Print options 45 In the Windows driver, go to the Features tab and in the Roll Options section, select the Enable Crop lines checkbox In the Mac OS Print dialog box, go to the Finishing panel and select the Crop lines check box. Print crop lines Use the front panel On the front panel, select the icon, and then select Printing preferences > Paper options > Enable crop lines. Nest jobs to save paper Nesting means placing pages side-by-side on the paper, rather than one after the other. The graphic below to the left illustrates the general concept of nested print jobs. The graphic below to the right illustrates three that have been print jobs printed with the nesting feature disabled. Configure the nesting option On the printer's front panel: select the icon, and then select Job management options > Nest options > Enable nesting and select Off, In order, or Optimized order. The following are three nesting options: Off Select the Off setting to disable the nesting feature. [. . . ] The Open Source Software is composed of individual software components, each of which has its own copyright and its own applicable license conditions. You must review the licenses within the individual packages to understand your rights under them. The licenses can be found in the folder called licenses on the Drivers and Documentation CD that came with your printer. Copyrights to the Open Source Software are held by the copyright holders. Open source software Open source acknowledgments This product includes software developed by the Apache Software Foundation (http://www. apache. org/) The source code, object code, and documentation in the com. oreilly. servlet package is licensed by Hunter Digital Ventures, LLC Open source written offer Legal information In accordance with the GNU General Public license, the SMAIL Public License, and the Sleepy Cat software license, HP is providing you with this written offer to receive on a CD-R, at the cost of $30, a complete machine-readable copy of the source code corresponding to all the code distributed to you under a GNU General Public License, SMAIL Public License, and/or Sleepy Cat software licenses. [. . . ]

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