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Follow these steps to change print settings, and then print in Mac OS X 10.6.
Step one: Select your product
In the program from which you want to print, click File , and then click Print .
Figure 11: Click File, and then click Print
Select your product from the Printer: drop-down list.
Step two: Change print settings
Type the number of copies to print in the Copies text box.
If you want to print multiple copies, select the Collated check box to print the pages of each copy in order.
Select the pages of the print job that you want to print. To print all pages, select All. To print a specific range of pages only, type the page number that begins the page range in the From text box. Then, type the page number that ends the page range in the To text box.
Select the size and type of paper loaded in the product from the Paper Size drop-down list.
Select the orientation for your print job. To print in portrait orientation, click the icon on the left. To print in landscape orientation, click the icon on the right.
Step three: Change the paper type and quality settings
After the Orientation section, click the drop-down, and then select Paper Type/Quality .
This drop-down usually defaults to the program specific drop-down. In this example, the drop-down is the TextEdit drop-down.
Figure 12: Select Paper Type/Quality
Adjust the Paper Type setting to match the paper loaded in the product.
Adjust the Quality setting to change the print quality of the printed page.
Select Print Borderless to print photos without a white border.
To change the color profile or to turn on Photo Fix, click the arrow next to Color Options to display the Color Options menu.
Figure 13: Color Options menu1 - Paper Type/Quality menu options2 - Color Options menu (only available if you click Color Options)
Step five: Print the print job
After all the settings match the needs of the print job, click Print on the Print window to print the document or print job.
go to control panel then hardware and sound then go to manage my sound devices under that will find playback under that you will have to click on speakers(single click) and and then the configure option gets activated then you have the option to check the speaker functionality and also you can go to sound tab select a sound and click on test to check it
Print quality problems can be caused by a number of things, ranging from dirty heads, low toner or even cheap paper. Most quality issues can be quickly resolved by running any maintenance tasks in the printer’s menu options. The maintenance option will typically clean and re-align print heads and this is often enough to resolve the problem. But if you are experiencing different issues, like malformed characters or gray backgrounds, you may need to service your printer or adjust the settings in software.
Other problems can be corrected through the printer settings. In Windows right-click the printer and choose printing Preferences. From here, you will be able to specify the quality (DPI) or orientation and scale of the print jobs. Incorrect settings here can override the printer’s hardware settings. So if one computer can print without a problem while another is having issues, then a software setting is probably the reason.
Hope this initial information helps. Let me know if you need more further assitance.
To print photos in landscape orientation use Irfanview. Install this software and use it to view photos. Very easy settings are available in print options from its options menu. To print documents in landscape, choose landscape orientation from page layout. For all other applications, set the orientation from the printer's properties inside the control panel in Windows. Note: You cannot adjust it to print in landscape for direct copying from the printer's panel.
Hi tbowhay, Go to your control panel, there we have a couple of options: Maybe you can find it back in Display, then to Orientation, maybe there is an option to put it back to Landscape. Or if you own an Nvida GPU there would be an option in your Control Panel, go there to your Nvidia Control Panel, choose the standard settings -> Display -> Rotate Display, and back to Landscape (without the flipping ;) ) ATi has an icon in your taskbar, where you can directly go back to the right settings, switch it back to Landscape. Good luck to you!
Some monitors don't give orientation feedback to the video card to auto change the orientation when you move from a horizontal screen to vertical. what you need to do is get to display properties and advanced settings (right click desktop > properties > settings > advanced > video card settings > orientation) - you should find an option to change the orientation of the display - correct it accordingly. if the settings are not being saved after you restart, you need a video driver update - find it on your manufacturers website.
To change the orientation of the display you need to change settings on the video card properties. Just physically changing the orientation of the LCD will not change the display on it. (Generic options to follow are : Right click on desktop > click properties > click tab settings > click advanced > click on tab of video card name > you should find the rotation option on this window)
NOTE : if these options are not available, high probability that your video card does not support orientation / rotation of display.
Sure you can... just go to your toolbars bottom R/H side and look for a Graphic Card settings for example ( Nvidia or ATI settings) Then right click and look for a rotation settings from there just followed the settings... To adjust the display, open your on screen display on your LCD monitor and look for Auto Adjust by using (- +) buttons... Have a nice day!
edge enhancement option i think would be enabled if you are in dynamic or movie mode. What it does is to enhance the contrast of the edges of 2 different colors.
I have the LA32S8, similar specs but only 7000:1 CONTRAST ratio. when playing dvd, i set it to movie mode. Settings vary on different tv and player. you can adjust first the backlight, then brightness then contrast, color and sharpness. the brightness you adjust by choosing the level that shows enough details on dark scenes. adjust if its too dark not to see the details of the scene. contrast, you can set by distiguishing vivid colors of the picture, dont put too much contrast as your picture would look flat. it should have a 3d look, same also with sharpness, you can experiment on the face of a person to show details on the edges.
color you set just enough to make it accurate on color reproduction.
My settings for movie are
tint g48 r52
digital NR off
black adjust high
dynamic ocntrast high
edge enhancement on
color space auto