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Jae_Moon

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A quick Q on Z3100
« on: April 19, 2007, 05:47:46 PM »

I received my Z3100, 24" on Monday. The installation (on Mac OS) went smooth (??, I had a faulty R/PK print head, HP overnighted and even called me next day to see how I was doing), and it was up and running by late Tuesday. It had the latest firmware already installed.

I was pleasantly surprised to see the comparison between EP4000/ImagePrint v6.0 and Z3100.

Since I was using ImagePrint, I have to learn how to use PSCS3 Print command, and so far I could not figure out how to print glossy paper without borders. Any help will be appreciated.

Jae Moon
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A quick Q on Z3100
« Reply #1 on: April 20, 2007, 08:26:39 PM »

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I received my Z3100, 24" on Monday. The installation (on Mac OS) went smooth (??, I had a faulty R/PK print head, HP overnighted and even called me next day to see how I was doing), and it was up and running by late Tuesday. It had the latest firmware already installed.

I was pleasantly surprised to see the comparison between EP4000/ImagePrint v6.0 and Z3100.

Since I was using ImagePrint, I have to learn how to use PSCS3 Print command, and so far I could not figure out how to print glossy paper without borders. Any help will be appreciated.

Jae Moon
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Assuming the Mac driver is the same as Win, in the "Paper" window (tab at the top) select the layout button.  This gives you the option.

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