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The Scan jobs can be accessed only from the front panel. This is the slowest setting but ensures the best print quality in large or complex prints. This is the quickest setting, but the printer may stop halfway through a print to process data. This setting is not recommended for complex images with dense color.
In the same way, you can delete a job that has not been printed yet. If the job is currently being printed its status is printing , you can press Cancel and then Delete. NOTE: An administrator password may be required.
Job queue page By default, access to the job queue is open to all users. NOTE: The job queue page does not automatically update. Job preview The printer generates a JPEG file for each incoming job, which can be displayed as a preview of the job. Job preview is available once the job is processed. NOTE: Do not try to preview a job with more than 64 pages, which may cause software problems.
Page If nesting is turned on, the prioritized job may still be nested with others. If you really want this job to be printed next, and not nested with others, first turn nesting off and then move it to the front of the queue as described above. Delete a job from the queue Under normal circumstances, there is no need to delete a job from the queue after printing it, as it will just fall off the end of the queue as more files are sent.
How colors are represented All devices that display color use a color model to represent color in numerical terms. The status may be one of the following: Recommended: the paper has not been calibrated.
Page Color management from printer drivers Color management options The aim of color management is to reproduce colors as accurately as possible on all devices: so that, when you print an image, you see very similar colors as when you view the same image on your monitor.
Page Printer emulation If you want to print a particular job and to see approximately the same colors that you would get from printing the same job on a different HP Designjet printer, you can use the emulation mode provided by your printer.
It will work correctly only when printing on plain, coated or heavyweight coated paper. The primary colors may be red, green and blue; or cyan, magenta and yellow; depending on the color model used in the image. The Reset button restores each slider to its default central position. This slider is available in the same window as the other grayscale controls, except under Mac OS X Grade 5 coated publication paper.
Sheetfed Coated 2 uses specifications designed to produce quality separations using U. Sheetfed Uncoated 2 uses specifications designed to produce quality separations using U. This standard space is endorsed by many hardware and software manufacturers, and is becoming the default color space for many scanners, printers and software applications.
Page Rendering intent Rendering intent is one of the settings used when doing a color transformation. As you probably know, some of the colors you want to print may not be reproducible by the printer. The rendering intent allows you to select one of four different ways of handling these so-called out-of-gamut colors.
See Color calibration on page Default: Perceptual.
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At the same time, you can scan and share drawings with your business partners and clients by sending an email with a secure link to your personal Web library - with no FTP or email attachments required. You will also be able to copy and scan hand annotations and sketches easily. This device will also scan and print simultaneously so you can multi-task. All inks are dye based except the matte black ink, which is pigment based. You can also view true-to-life print previews to see exactly what your printed page will look like before printing - allowing you to save time, money, ink and paper.
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