Using Excel Overview The following step-by-step instructions for printing jobs that use specific software are similar to those at the HP Knowledge Center on the Web. Print a draft for revision with the correct scale This section demonstrates how to print a draft for revision with the correct scale from Adobe Acrobat. Using Adobe Acrobat In the Acrobat window, bring the mouse cursor to the bottom left corner of the document pane to check the size of the job. Figure : Print dialog box The page size will not be automatically selected according to the drawing size.
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It can be used in several different ways. To stack A0 or E paper sizes only, supported by wire loops. For this purpose, the top handles should be up and the bottom handles should be down.
To stack A1 or D paper sizes only, supported by wire loops. For this purpose, the top handles should be down; the bottom handles are irrelevant. To hold mixed paper sizes in the basket at the bottom. For this purpose, the top and bottom handles should be up.
The front pockets may be used to store core adaptors and printer documentation. It has the following important functions: It is used to perform certain operations, such as loading and unloading paper It displays up-to-date information about the status of the printer, the ink cartridges, the printheads, the maintenance cartridge, the paper, the print jobs, and other parts and processes It gives guidance on using the printer It displays warning and error messages, when appropriate, with audible alerts to call attention It can be used to change the values of printer settings and the operation of the printer note: Settings in the Embedded Web Server or in the printer driver override front panel settings.
Figure : The front panel The front panel has the following components, starting with the four direct-access keys: Paper loading key starts the paper loading process. View information key. Pause printing key pauses printing after finishing the current page.
Press the key again to restart printing. This can be useful, for instance, when you want to change or load a roll of a different paper type. Form feed and cut key. Front-panel display displays errors, warnings and information on using your printer. Back key: To go to the previous step in a procedure or interaction.
To go to the upper level, or leave the option in the menu, or when given an option. Menu key: Press to return to the main menu of the front-panel display. If you are already on the main menu it will display the status screen.
Down key: To go down in a menu or option, or to decrease a value, for example when configuring the front-panel display contrast or the IP address. If the power key light is off the printer is off. If the power key light is blinking green, the printer is starting up. If the power key light is green on, the printer is on. If the power key light is amber on, the printer is in standby.
If the power key light is blinking amber, the printer needs attention. Cancel key: To abort a procedure or interaction. Up key: To go up in a menu or option, or to increase a value, for example when configuring the front-panel display contrast or the IP address. OK key: To confirm an action while in a procedure or interaction. To enter in a submenu in the menu. To select a value when given an option. If the status screen is displayed, this key takes you to the main menu.
If the Status light is solid green, the printer is ready. If it is flashing green, the printer is busy. If it is solid amber, there is a system error.
If it is flashing amber, the printer needs attention. To highlight an item in the front-panel display, press the Up or Down key until the item is highlighted. To select an item in the front-panel display, first highlight it and then press the OK key. Information about specific uses of the front panel can be found throughout this guide.
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