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Enabling Printing and Faxing
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You can configure printing options in the Printing Preferences dialog box. For some printers, advanced options are available. Refer to the documentation provided with your printer for a list of these additional features. To access Printing Preferences
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In the Print dialog box, click the Preferences button of the program you used to create the document.
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Printing Preferences settings are maintained across different documents, so you can establish a standard output for all documents. Printing Preferences determine default print job settings, but you can override these defaults in the Print dialog box. Using the Printing Preferences dialog box, each user can set different preferences for a printer. Because printing preferences are preserved for each user, preferences do not need to be reset each time the printer is used. Using the Printing Preferences dialog box, you can print in reverse order, print multiple pages on a single page, or specify the number of copies to be printed. Windows XP Professional supports printing up to 9999 copies of a document in one print job. For more information about Printing Preferences, see Windows XP Professional Help and Support Center. Note
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Not all applications support the new common dialog box.
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The level of access to a print job queue depends on a user s security permissions as shown in Table 11-1. Users working with print queues include two groups:
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Administrative users have Manage Printers and Manage Documents permissions. They have wide control over how the printer operates regardless of where the print job originates. General users have Print permissions to view general printer information and to manage the documents that they send to the printer. They cannot control other users print jobs.
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Desktop Management
Table 11-1 Task See all jobs.
Default Permissions for Printer Users
Administrative User Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes General User Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes
Pause or resume printer operation. Pause, cancel, reschedule, or redirect any job. Pause, cancel, reschedule, or redirect own job. Restart a job from the beginning. View and change job settings such as priority or user notified on completion.
View form, paper source, page orientation, and number Yes of copies.
Scheduling Printing
Users with administrative permissions can establish print scheduling on the Advanced tab of the Printer Properties dialog box as shown in Figure 11-1.
Figure 11-1
Advanced tab in the Printers Properties dialog box
Users with administrative permissions can schedule printer availability, printer priority, and print job priority. Printer priority affects how print jobs reach print queues. Print job priority affects jobs already in a print queue. It does not affect how jobs arrive in a print queue. Note
Windows XP Professional gives you quick access to basic information about printers. Let the mouse pointer pause on a printer to display the printer name, status, and location, and the number of documents in its queue.
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Printer Availability
Printer availability determines whether a printer is available always or only during selected hours.
Printer Priority
Printer priority determines the order in which a printer is chosen relative to other available printers. Printer priority must be set for logical printers that correspond to the same physical printer. Setting printer priorities for virtual printers that correspond to different physical printers has no effect. Note
A physical printer is the printer hardware that prints a document; a logical printer is a software representation of that physical print device.
Important points to remember about printer priority:
Higher numbers correspond to higher priorities, so priority 1 printers have lowest priority. Printer priority determines the order in which the printer completes multiple print jobs. A printer does not stop processing a job already in process, even when the spooler receives a higher priority job that is directed to a higher priority printer on the same port.
To set printer priority 1. Open Printers and Faxes, right-click a printer icon, and then click Properties. 2. In the Properties dialog box, on the Advanced tab, enter a number in the Priority box. Note
To set printer priority, you must have Manage Printer permissions for the printer.
To set printer priorities for multiple virtual printers 1. Add a virtual printer to a specific port. 2. Add more virtual printers, by using different names for the physical printer you are emulating, until you have the number of virtual printers you need. 3. Right-click a printer icon, click Properties, and in the Priority box, type or select a value. 4. Repeat step 3 for other virtual printers that correspond to the same physical printer. 5. Using Computer Management, establish distinct groups to which you intend to add users, and then assign each group to a printer. 6. On each virtual printer s Security tab, add groups, and then set permissions and restrict access as needed.
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