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HL-4000CN

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HL-4000CN

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Date: 10/17/2006 ID: faq00002363_000

Change color mode settings within the driver.

'Document Types' option.

 

Use this option to select the required document type from the list. A short on-line description of the currently selected document type will be given in the Tips box at the bottom left corner of the Graphics dialog box.


Mode Description
Normal
Prints at 600 x 600 dpi. Suitable for documents of normal quality
High Quality
Prints at 600 x 600 dpi. Suitable for documents of high image quality
Super Fine
Prints at 1200 x 1200 dpi. Suitable for documents that consists of fine lines
Normal (Match Monitor)
Prints at 600 x 600 dpi. Select this if you feels that the Normal output color is not your expected
Transparencies
Suitable for printing transparencies. Performs appropriate adjustment for overhead projection
Toner Save
Reduces the amount of toner used printing each page
Presentation
Suitable for presentation documents of vivid color
ICM
Print images by performing Image Color Management functions of Windows
Normal (High Gloss)
Adds a glossy finish to Plain or Bond Paper by Normal Quality
High Quality (High Gloss)
Adds a glossy finish to Plain or Bond Paper by High Quality

 

 

When the "Display All Document Types" option is checked, only Normal (Match Monitor), Transparencies, Toner Save, Presentation, ICM, Normal (High Gloss), High Quality (High Gloss) will be available. The availability of various parameters in the list depends on the currently selected Output Color. ICM will be available on WindowsR 98/WindowsR Millennium Edition/ WindowsR 2000/ XP.

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