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Solutions for : How To Print Reports
Solution : Print Reports
NOTE: Some report options may not be available depending on the product configuration.
Press the [Menu] button on the Control Panel until "System Setup" is displayed on the bottom line of the Display Screen.
Press the [OK] button.
Press the [Left] or [Right] arrow button until "Reports" is displayed.
Press the [OK] button.
Press the [Left] or [Right] arrow button until the required report is displayed. The following options are available:
[Configuration] - This report lists the status of the user-selectable options. Print this list to confirm changes after modifying settings.
[Address Book] - This report lists all of the fax numbers and e-mail addresses currently stored in the machine's memory.
[Send Report] - This report lists the fax number, the number of pages, the elapsed time of the job, the communication mode, and the communication results for a particular fax job.
[Sent Report] - This report lists information about the faxes and e-mails that have recently been sent. The machine can be configured to automatically print this report every 50 communications.
[Fax RCV Report] - This report lists information about the faxes that have recently been received.
[Schedule Jobs] - This report lists the documents currently stored for delayed faxing, including the starting time and type of each operation.
[Junk Fax Report] - This report lists the fax numbers specified as "junk fax" numbers.
[Network Info.] - This report lists information about the machine's network connection and configuration.
[Network Auth List] - This list shows authorized users who are allowed to use the e-mail function.
Press the [OK] button. "Print?" will be displayed.
Press the [Left] or [Right] arrow button until "Yes" is displayed.
Press the [OK] button to print the selected report.
The print queue is what is locked up. Try deleting the items in the print queue.
Start by pausing the print queue. Then delete the items in the queue one by one.
When you have the last print job in the queue it will probably be jammed up in the transition between the computer and printer. Switch off the printer. This should cause the printer on the computer to become offline.
Try deleting this job abain. If it dissapears then turn the printer back on making sure the computer understands the printer is back online. Then try printing again.
If it does not dissapear then you will need to restart the computer to free up this job. When the computer is back up and running check the print queue again. If the job is gone then turn the printer back on and try printing again. If it is not gone then try once again to delete the print job and it should dissapear this time.
Once the job is gone and the print queue is empty turn the printer back on and make sure the computer understands it is back online again.
Start by pulling the paper tray out to stop further pages being printed without jamming the printer up.
Then go onto your print queue on your computer and delete the job that is printing 50 pages.
If it dissapears then put the paper tray back in and it may print out the last page or two that were in the printer buffer.
If it does not dissapear from the print queue then turn the printer off and try to delete the job again.
Once you have ordered the job deleted then you can turn your printer back on and put the paper tray back in and allow it to continue. It should only print out the last page or two and then the job will dissapear
Phaser 7300 Printer: Turn metric defaults on using the printer's front panel
The Printer's Configuration Page will show that Tray (1-5) is loaded with Tabloid Extra instead of SRA3. To have the image scaled to SRA3 instead of Tabloid Extra, turn On Metric Defaults at the Printer's Front Panel.
You can switch Metric Defaults On or Off at the Printer's Front Panel as follows:
With Menus highlighted, press the OK button.
Select the Printer Setup Menu by pressing the Down or Up Arrow button.
Press the OK button.
Select the Reset Printer Setup Menu by pressing the Down or Up Arrow button.
Press the OK button.
Select Metric Defaults by pressing the Down or Up Arrow button.
"Separator page" or "cover page" options could be enabled. The easiest way to find this option is to print a menu map from your machine. These are managed from the configuration page on the printer display
Your printing from a terminal application, no fix...the terminal apps often send a (page break/ carriage return) at the end of jobs to make sure the page is printed and not held in queue.
Check your settings in Office and print setup window - Word, Excel, etc. all have a "Seperator Page" and "Cover Page" options as well.
OK, same problem, I've gotten through the solution. I can print and have the first page and last page on one side of the large sheet and the two inside pages on the other side, so that is foldable into a booklet.
I start with a 4 page (US letter sized) document I wish to print as a booklet on tabloid paper.
In the (page layout or editing program's) print dialogue, I've said print all pages, set it at 1 page per sheet, then clicked the printer properties button to open the Xerox Workcenter 7345PS option dialogue.
In the Xerox dialog on the "Paper/Output" tab, selected the larger (Tabloid, 11x17" in my case) paper size, selected 2-Sided Print. Then I select the "Layout/Watermark" tab and clicked the Booklet Layout radio button, chose "Landscape" for the Page Layout Option.
Note: I saved these settings as "Tabloid Booklet" by clicking the down-arrow to the right of "Driver Defaults" so that I could select them and not have to dial in every one of the settings whilst experimenting.