Set up the page and ensure the basic parameters for the print job are correct. Choose File, Page Setup. A pop-up dialog box enables you to set the page in portrait or landscape orientation. Tick both Centering boxes and check that Scaling is set to ‘Fit to: 1 by 1 page(s)'.

Step 1

Step 1

To start a print job, select File, Print. If you're working in Office 2007, select Print from the Office button. The main Print dialog offers basic printing parameters, such as which page(s) from a multipage document should be included and how many copies are required. If you need more control over a print, hit Properties.

Step 2

Step 2

The design and features offered by the printer driver dialog depend on your printer. Most are multitabbed panes with tabs such as Basic, Advanced and Quality. Select whichever would be the general tab - Basic or Setup, for example. From here select the image size, which tray to feed paper from and the paper type.

Step 3

Step 3

Click on the Layout tab to specify the page orientation and other essentials. Here you can choose to have several pages or several photos on a single sheet. You can also select duplex printing if your printer supports it. If you're creating a report or an album of snaps, various binding options can be selected.

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Step 4

Under the Quality tab you'll find choices for the printer's colour range and the resolution at which the page should be printed. If you've used a specific colour set, select this under the Custom settings. Otherwise, choose the option that best describes the document type. For more options, select Custom, Details.

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Step 5

Custom colour settings vary - you may have different options to our Xerox printer's. There may be settings to tie prints into particular colour models, such as RGB (red/green/blue) or CMYK (cyan/magenta/yellow/keystone black) and to control half-toning, which is the way shades of colour are reproduced.

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Step 6