Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
What your printer manufacturer calls calibrate is a test that draws
small black lines on a piece of paper, in 5 different instances. You pick the number that looks the straightest. But i installed a 50$ HP deskjet this week that i didn't calibrate and it prints just perfect.
_Your Q where is the toolbox is the printer software that is on your computer that is used tell how much ink level is in the cartridges etc. print test pages...on XP click START.....click Control Panel......
click PRINTERS........open the printer properties for the installed
printer then just start looking around
Posted on Apr 28, 2008
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