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Using the Mac OS X print dialog
 

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    Using the Mac OS X print dialog Using the Mac OS X print dialog Presentation Transcript

    • Printing How to always select the printer you want, and a few tips and tricks you might not have known about but will help to save you time.
    • The printer dialog box
      • It looks the same in all Mac OS X applications; except for Microsoft Office
      Standard Print dialog box (courtesy of Mail.app)
        • Non-Standard dialog boxes, courtesy of Word, Excel, and Powerpoint
    • The printer dialog box
      • But you can always select the printer you want to send your document to, no matter what the application
      Standard Print dialog box (courtesy of Mail.app)
        • Non-Standard dialog boxes, courtesy of Word, Excel, and Powerpoint
    • If the printer you want to print to is already in the printer list, just select it and click “Print”.
      • In this example, we’re changing the printer for this job to the underwriting printer.
    • What if the printer I want is not in the printer list?
      • Use the “Bonjour printers” submenu and you’ll probably find it!
    • Selecting a printer from the “Bonjour Printers” list will automatically add it to your printer list
      • Now you can print to “Robin’s Printer” without having to find it in your “Bonjour Printers” list.
    • Printing to things other than printers
      • You can print to:
        • PDF
        • Fax
        • Printers
    • Printing to things other than printers
      • You can print to:
        • PDF
          • Printing to a PDF allows you to:
            • Preview your print before you send it to a printer
            • Save your document in a format that can be viewed and printed on machines that don’t have the software you used to create your document.
            • Save the web page you are looking at for sending or archiving; useful if the person you’re sending the page to doesn’t have access to the page you are looking at.