Obvious ways to enchance printing are to increase printer memory
and/or RAM memory. Listed below are some common software changes that
will help to optimize printing speed.
- 1) Lower the DPI (dots per inch) .. By setting the DPI to a lower resolution, you increase printing
speed and do not sacrifice quality. If you can't change the DPI
setting, try lowering the 'print quality' setting from high quality
to either medium or low quality. Additionally, set any 'dithering'
options to coarse.
- 2) Turn off Print Manager .. Change the printer options in Windows 3.1 or 3.11 by selecting
the MAIN window. Click on Control Panel and then on Printers.
Turn off the "Use Print Manager" options by NOT chacking the box.
- 3) Use a Post Script (PS) Printer Driver .. If compatible with your printer, choose a postscript printer
driver. These drivers significantly increase printing speed over
PCL drivers. Contact your printer manufacturer for the most
up-to-date postscript driver. Many companies have their own web
site or bulletin board which freely provide these drivers.
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