HP Photosmart 1315
600 dpi x 600 dpi, Legal, A4, Parallel, USB
The HP PhotoSmart 1315 photo-direct inkjet printer is HP's versatile desktop printer that prints laser-quality black and color documents as well as photos directly from a camera memory card, plus an LCD display and card readers to view and print without a PC. The HP PhotoSmart 1315 printer is designed to make photo projects fun and easy with or without your computer. Your family and friends will enjoy the personalized and unique photo albums you make for them. Crop or adjust the color of you... Read more [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your HP Photosmart 1315 photo ]
HP Photosmart 1315 - Basics Guide Printer, size: 6.2 MB
HP Photosmart 1315
HP photosmart 1315 Printer
User reviews and opinions
|MLakaemper||9:25am on Friday, October 15th, 2010|
|Easy to use, fantastic results I bought this printer after seeing a friends digital photographs printed from the same model.|
|xnxxlesbimo||12:05pm on Thursday, October 7th, 2010|
|Reproduces colors pretty well, print speed very reasonably, comprhensive software but not easy to use or much choice for image print manipulation.|
|JerryGilmore||3:24am on Wednesday, October 6th, 2010|
|this printer doesnt only look good but it prints good pics too. small lcd screen, loads of options.|
|tesanders||12:28pm on Friday, October 1st, 2010|
|What a printer! I have had this printer for many years! Since it first came out. It is over used never complains. What a printer! I have had this printer for many years! Since it first came out. It is over used never complains.|
|tom r||1:54am on Wednesday, August 18th, 2010|
|2.1 inch LCD screen, universal flash & memory stick compartments, & large ink supply. Images appear greyish instead of lush in color. beatiful color expensive cartridge|
|noonoo||12:57am on Monday, August 16th, 2010|
|very well pleased with the speed and reproduction quality. non so far Excellent graphics quality. Love the LCD to choose pix before printing. In three symbols: $$$|
|doctorlove||1:36am on Saturday, August 14th, 2010|
|Not enough info I had tested the Hp 950 and the Hp 1315 for print quailty. Altough the HP 950 is a multi-task printer it has the same resolution,dpi,... Easy to use, fantastic results I bought this printer after seeing a friends digital photographs printed from the same model.|
|Svafest||5:21am on Saturday, June 12th, 2010|
|front usb port can be used for usb light apart from the digital camera front usb port can be used for usb light apar... front usb enabling photo printing without pc. superb photo print quality bit noisy. Good quality pictures, easy of use. Suddenly sarted having problems with the black ink and the carriage after almost 2 years of non-daily use.|
|kwd1||3:37am on Sunday, April 11th, 2010|
|Worked great for 2 years After 2 years of great printing, feeding and quality problem relegate it to kid printer duty|
|leslie||4:07am on Monday, March 29th, 2010|
|Not enough info I had tested the Hp 950 and the Hp 1315 for print quailty. Altough the HP 950 is a multi-task printer it has the same resolution,dpi,...|
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Use this button to save images from a memory card to your computer
Email Use this button to send images to your family or friends
Use this button to access the Basic, Custom, and Tools menus and change the printer settings
Use this button to stop printing or saving, or to cancel a setting
Use this button to select images and select menu options Four-way arrows Use this button to perform a variety of tasks including navigating through the images on the memory card and the menu options
Print Infrared port
Use this button to print selected photos from a memory card
You can print on many different types and sizes of paper. We recommend using HP-designed inkjet paper for the best output quality. For example, if you are printing a photo, be sure to print on HP Premium Plus Photo Paper for the best photo quality. Note: If you are using HP-designed inkjet paper, remember to set the paper type in the printer Properties dialog box.
For a list of available HP-designed inkjet paper, visit the Web at www.hpprintcenter.com. HP papers can be purchased at most computer and office supply stores or on the Web at www.hpshopping.com (US only). You can load a: Stack of paper in the IN tray Stack of 4 x 6 inch (10 x 15 cm) photo paper in the photo tray Single envelope Stack of envelopes
See the Onscreen Users Guide for information about loading envelopes, index cards, and other small media.
loading paper in the IN tray
You can load many different types of paper in the IN tray, including plain paper, HP Photo Paper, and HP Premium Inkjet Transparency Film.
To load paper in the IN tray:
3 Lift the OUT tray. Pull out the IN tray by using the handles on the side of the tray. Pull out the paper length guide on the IN tray and slide the paper width guide as far to the left as it will go. Place a stack of paper into the IN tray. Load the paper printing side down. The printer prints on the face-down side of the paper; the finished document faces up in the OUT tray. Always load paper in the portrait direction, with the long edge along the long edge of the IN tray.
Paper width guide Paper length guide
Be careful not to use too much or too little paper. It may be difficult for the printer to grab a sheet of paper when there are only one or two sheets in the IN tray. Check that the stack of paper contains several sheets but is no higher than the top of the paper length guide. Use one type and size of paper at a time. Do not mix paper types or sizes in the IN tray.
Move the slider (visible through a slot in the OUT tray) toward you until it stops. This disengages the photo tray. Adjust the paper width guide and paper length guide to fit close to the edges of the paper without bending the paper. This helps the paper feed straight into the printer. Slide the IN tray back into place and lower the OUT tray.
Do not touch the ink nozzles or the copper contacts Plastic tape
Handle Color print cartridge HP #45 (51645)
Black print cartridge HP #78 (C6578)
Do NOT touch the ink nozzles or the copper contacts. Touching these parts may cause print cartridge failure.
Insert the print cartridge: Hold the cartridge handle and with the copper side going in first, carefully insert the print cartridge into the cradle. Take caution and avoid tearing the copper-colored contacts against the printers contact pins. Close the cradle latch to lock the print cartridge in place.
Close the top cover. When the LCD prompts you, load plain paper in the IN tray if you do have not already loaded paper. For more information, see loading paper on page 7.
On the printers control panel, press the Right soft key to select OK. The printer begins printing a calibration page to check the print cartridges and their alignment.
Successful calibration page
understanding memory cards
If your digital camera uses a memory card to store images, you can insert the memory card into the printer to print, save, or email your photos. The printer guides you through the process. For more information on how to print files from a memory card, see printing from the printers control panel on page 21.
memory card types supported
CompactFlash Type I & II SmartMedia
Your printer can read CompactFlash Association (CFA) certified Type I & II, SmartMedia, Memory Stick, and IBM Microdrive memory cards up to 527 MB. These cards are manufactured by several vendors and are available in a variety of storage capacities. You can purchase memory cards where you purchased your digital camera or at most computer supply stores. Caution: Using another type of memory card may damage the memory card, the printer, or both.
If your digital camera supports multiple file types, it may also be able to save photos in several different file formats such as JPEG, uncompressed TIFF, FlashPix, and RAW. You can print JPEG and uncompressed TIFF files directly from the memory card, or you can print and save any file type from your computer. For information about supported file formats, see specifications on page 64.
The memory card is inserted correctly Information is being transmitted to and from the memory card to the printer or computer
Do not pull out the memory card while the card slot light is blinking. Removing a card while it is being accessed may damage the printer or the memory card, or corrupt the information on the memory card.
understanding the LCD
Your printer comes equipped with a color LCD that allows you to review and print your photos quickly and easily with a memory card inserted. You can review up to 2000 images at a time, although the capacity of your memory card determines how many images it can store. Note: You cannot view non-photo files on the LCD.
The LCD also has a screen saver that activates automatically when a memory card is inserted and the printer has not been accessed for eight minutes. The screen saver randomly displays a thumbnail image on the LCD, then after approximately two minutes, the displayed image disappears and the LCD becomes blank.
positioning the LCD
The LCD on your printer is adjustable to a 90 degree angle.
using the select button
Use the Up, Down, Left, and Right arrows to scroll through the images stored on the memory card and through the menu options. Use the Select button to select images and menu options. The image must be displayed on the LCD and the menu option must be highlighted to select it. A check mark appears in the upper right corner of the image on the LCD when it has been selected. Arrow Select
understanding and adjusting the printer settings
You can use the printers control panel to adjust the printer settings such as number of copies, image size, date and time stamp, infrared type, paper detection, and default factory settings. For a list of the menu options, see menu map on page 17. The adjustments you make only affect the print jobs created from the printers control panel, not jobs sent from your computer.
setting the paper detection
By default, the printer automatically detects paper size and type by scanning the paper loaded in the printer. You can also choose to override the automatic detection by manually setting the paper size.
To change the paper detection:
7 Press the Menu button. Press the Right soft key to display the Tools menu. Press the Down arrow to highlight Set a Default. Press the Select button. Press the Down arrow to highlight Auto Paper Detect. Press the Select button. Press the appropriate soft key to select Yes or No.
setting the number of copies
When you are deciding which images to print, you can use: Your printers color LCD to view image thumbnails (small versions of your images) A printed photo index page to see all the images stored on the memory card
viewing images on the color LCD
Your printer has a color LCD that allows you to view the images stored on your memory card.
To view the images using the LCD:
Insert a memory card into the printer. Press the Right or Left arrow to scroll through your images.
printing a photo index page
A photo index page displays thumbnail views of all the images in the order they are stored on the memory card. The photo index page may be several pages long, depending on how many images are stored on the memory card. The index number appears on the lower left corner of each thumbnail. The printer changes the image orientation to accommodate the maximum number of images on each photo index page.
Photo index number Photo index page
Use the index numbers to decide which images to print. The index number may be different from the number associated with the image in your digital camera. If you add or delete images from your memory card, reprint a photo index page to see the new index numbers.
To print a photo index page:
5 Insert a memory card into the printer. Press the Menu button. Press the Left soft key to display the Basic menu. Press the Down arrow to highlight Print Index Page. Press the Select button. The printer automatically prints the photo index page.
printing photos from the control panel
Printing photos from a memory card is as easy as inserting the memory card into the printer, selecting the images you want to print, and pressing the Print button. You can print: Individual or multiple photos. More than one copy of selected photos. A continuous range of photos, such as photos 1 through 10. All the images on the memory card. Photos at different sizes. Photos from a Digital Print Order Format (DPOF) file.
If you want to print your photos on photo paper, check that the photo tray contains paper and that the tray is engaged, or that the IN tray contains photo paper. See loading paper on page 7.
printing individual or multiple photos
When you select multiple images for printing, the printer, by default, automatically arranges the images on the page to fit as many as possible on each sheet of paper. To save paper, some photos may be turned sideways to fit on the page (all photos may not print right side up), the order you selected the images for printing is be ignored, and the photos print from the largest to smallest photo size. The pages with a combination of photo sizes print last. If you would like to print your photos with a custom layout and the orientation you select, see printing photo album pages on page 36.
To print individual or multiple photos:
Insert a memory card into the printer. Press the Right or Left arrow until the image you want to print appears on the LCD. Press the Select button. A check mark appears in the upper right corner of the LCD to indicate the image has been selected.
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To select additional images, press the Right or Left arrow again until the LCD displays the next photo you want to print, then press the Select button. Repeat this step to continue selecting additional images. Tip: The printer allows you to select up to 2000 images, although the capacity of your memory card determines how many images it can store.
Once you have selected all the images you want to print, press the Print button.
printing more than one copy of a photo
You can print more than one copy of a selected photo.
To print more than one copy of a photo:
Insert a memory card into the printer. Press the Right or Left arrow until the image you want to print appears on the LCD. Press the Left soft key once for two copies, twice for three copies, and so on until the desired number of copies is displayed on the LCD. Press the Select button. Note: 5 The printer allows you to print a different number of copies for each image stored on the memory card.
Press the Print button.
printing a continuous range of photos
You can print a continuous range of images stored on the memory card.
To print a continuous range of images:
7 Insert a memory card into the printer. Press the Menu button. Press the Left soft key to display the Basic menu. Press the Down arrow to highlight Print Range. Press the Select button. Press the Right or Left arrow until the first image you want to print appears on the left side of the LCD. Press the Select button to set the selected image as the beginning of the range you want to print. The white arrows move to the image on the right side of the LCD and you are asked to select the end of the range. 8 Press the Right or Left arrow until the last image you want to print appears on the LCD. Press the Select button to set the selected image as the end of the range you want to print. The LCD displays the photo range.
There are several ways to send images via email. One way is to use your printers control panel.
To send images via email using your printers control panel:
3 Insert a memory card into the printer. Press the Right or Left arrow until the image you want to email appears on the LCD. Press the Email button on the printers control panel. The LCD displays the message Sending. and the HP Photo Mailer window appears on your computer screen. The image you selected to email appears in the left side of the Photo Mailer window.
Use the drop-down menus and check box to: Select the Connection Speed for your Internet connection. Select the Maximum Photo Size. Select Send Photos as Separate Messages if you want each photo to be sent in a separate message.
Click Mail. The printer sends the photo to your computer and attaches it to a new email message using your default email program.
Enter the recipients email address, a subject for the email, and any message you want to send, then send the email message.
adding borders to your photos
Your printer allows you to add borders to the photos stored on your memory card quickly and easily. Choose from the six border options and add a special touch to your photos before giving them to your family and friends.
To add borders to your photos:
Insert a memory card into the printer. Press the Right or Left arrow until the image you want to add a border to appears on the LCD. Press the Menu button. Press the Center soft key to display the Custom menu. Press the Down arrow to highlight Add Borders. Press the Select button.
Select from the border options displayed on the LCD by using the Up, Down, Left, or Right arrows, then press the Select button:
Happy Birthday shows
balloons and a birthday greeting
Hello places a friendly greeting
Happy Holiday frames
the photo with a friendly holiday wish
Baby places teddy bears and
ABCs along the perimeter
Hearts places a border of hearts 8 9
Stars displays a border of
When the photo appears on the LCD with the selected border, press the Select button. Press the Print button.
printing photo album pages
You can manually select how images will be arranged on the page and then print photo album pages. The arrangement of the photo album page depends on the photo orientation, the order you select the photos for the album page, and the photo album page layout you select. The three photo album page layout options are as follows: Small prints up to six photos per album page Medium prints up to four photos per album page Large prints up to two photos per album page
If you have a Windows PC, you can also print photo album pages from the printer software. See the Onscreen Users Guide located on the printer software CD for details.
To print an album page:
5 Insert a memory card into the printer. Press the Menu button. Press the Center soft key to display the Custom menu. Press the Down arrow to highlight Create Albums. Press the Select button.
Press the appropriate soft key to select the Small, Medium, or Large layout option. The selected layout option appears on the LCD beside a thumbnail of the current image on the memory card.
Select Album Format
Press the Right or Left arrow until the first image you want to place on the album page appears on the LCD. Press the Select button to select the image for the album page.
Select photos: #1
Repeat steps 7 and 8 until all the frames on the album page are full or you have selected as many images as you want to print.
10 Press the Center soft key to select OK and review your page setup. A preview of your album page appears on the LCD. 11 Press the Print button. Note: It is not necessary to fill all the frames on an album page to print the page or set up more album pages.
cropping a photo
Your printer can crop a photo to show only the desired part of the image or to adjust the size of the image. Your printer must be in zoom mode to crop a photo.
To crop and print a photo:
Insert a memory card into the printer. Press the Right or Left arrow until the image you want to crop appears on the LCD. If you want to change the printed photo size, press the Center soft key to select a photo size. Press the Zoom button repeatedly until the image appears in the zoom percentage you want. Note: Pressing the Zoom button five times returns the LCD to the idle state.
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Use the Up, Down, Left, and Right arrows to move to the portion of the image you want to print. Press the Center soft key to apply the crop command. The entire photo appears on the LCD with a green rectangle indicating the area that will print. Press the Select button to select the cropped photo for printing. Press the Print button.
adjusting the photo brightness
You can adjust the relative brightness of your images before printing.
To adjust the image brightness:
3 Insert a memory card into the printer. Press the Right or Left arrow until the image you want to adjust appears on the LCD. Press the Right soft key. A column of ovals appears to the right of the image to indicate the current brightness. If you do not select the brightness within seven seconds, the LCD returns to the idle state. 4 Press the Up or Down arrows to adjust the level of brightness. Note: As you move up the column of circles, the photo appears brighter and as you move down the column the photo appears darker.
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Plug the power cord back into the printer. If you cannot enable USB, you can use a parallel cable to connect your printer to your computer.
Problem When I connected a USB cable between the printer and my computer, the New Hardware Wizard message appeared once, but the printer did not install. Now the New Hardware Wizard will not appear again. (Windows PC only) Possible cause Solution Disconnect the USB cable from your computer and then reconnect it. Remove the printer software and then reinstall it. Insert the printer software CD into the computer. Click Remove HP PhotoSmart software. Follow the instructions on your computer screen to uninstall the software. When the uninstall is completed, turn the computer OFF and then ON again. Reinstall the printer software. Installation was not 1 completed, it was cancelled, or there was an 2 error.
When I connect a USB cable between the printer and my computer, an Unknown device message appears. (Windows PC only) Static electricity has built up in the cable between your computer and printer. OR You may have a defective USB cable. OR The software could not identify the new printer; the printer-USB connection may be defective. 5 6
Disconnect the USB cable from your printer. Disconnect the power cord from the printer. Wait approximately 30 seconds. Plug the power cord back into the printer. Plug the USB cable back into the printer. If Unknown device continues to appear in the New Hardware Wizard dialog box, check the Web for updates or contact HP Services and Support. See the Services and Support booklet that came with your printer for contact information.
Problem The printing is very slow. (continued on next page) Possible cause Your computer may have less than the recommended system requirements. Solution Check the amount of free RAM (memory) and processor speed in your computer. See specifications on page 64 for system requirements.
Too many software Close all unnecessary software programs. programs may be running at the same time. Check the printer driver you are using. Check You may be using outdated printer software. HPs Web site for the most recent software updates. See the Services and Support booklet for a list of Web site addresses. You may be printing a complex document containing graphics or photographs. Free up some space on your hard disk. Having less than 100MB of free space of your computers hard disk can mean longer processing time. Be patient. Large, complex documents containing graphics or photographs print slower than text documents.
printer problems (continued)
Problem The printing is very slow. Possible cause Solution You may have chosen Windows PC 2400 x 1200 dpi. In printer Properties, in Photo Paper OR Printing, select PhotoREt instead of 2400 You may be trying to print x 1200 dpi, then print your document a high resolution photo. again. Macintosh 1 On the Paper Type/Quality panel, select Best quality instead of High Resolution Photo. Try printing again. Attach the printers USB cable directly to the computer rather than to a hub. Avoid using other devices attached to a hub while printing.
2 You may be using a USB hub and other USB devices are in use.
The Paper Type option may When the paper type is set to Automatic, the be set to Automatic. printer scans the paper to determine the appropriate paper type. This may take a few extra seconds. To avoid this, select a specific paper type before printing. Windows PC Select the appropriate paper type on the Setup tab of printer Properties. Macintosh Select the appropriate paper type on the Paper Type/Quality panel of the Print dialog box.
Problem The printer will not turn on. Possible cause The printer may have drawn too much power. Solution Disconnect the printer from the power cord for approximately 10 seconds. Reconnect the power cord and press the Power button to turn on the printer.
The printer is plugged into Turn on the power strip. a power strip and the power strip is turned off. The Power light is blinking (green). The Power light is blinking (amber). The Power light is blinking (red). The printer may be processing information. The printer needs attention. Be patient. The printer needs some time to finish processing the information. Read the printer LCD for instructions. Unplug the printers power cord, wait one minute, then plug it in again. If this doesnt work, call HP Services and Support. See the Services and Support booklet that came with your printer for a list of contact numbers.
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Paper falls to the floor The OUT tray extension after printing. may not be pulled out. The connection icon appears in the taskbar. (Windows PC only) The printer cannot recognize the file on the memory card. There is a connection or communication problem between the printer and the computer. Your memory card contains file types the printer cannot read.
Paper size mismatch. Your paper size was Load correct paper changed in the middle of size. Press OK or the print job. Cancel the job.
print cartridge errors
LCD Message Problem Solution Print cartridges failed. Both print cartridges have Replace both cartridges with the correct HP Replace both failed. print cartridges. cartridges. Black ink is low. You may need to replace it soon. Your black print cartridge Replace the black print cartridge with an HP is low on ink. #45 print cartridge. Replace the color print cartridge with an HP #78 print cartridge.
Color ink is low. You Your color print cartridge may need to replace is low on ink. it soon.
memory card errors
LCD Message Use only one card. Please remove a memory card. Problem Solution Your printer has more than Remove the unused memory card. one memory card inserted.
memory card errors (continued)
LCD Message Problem Solution Memory card in Your CompactFlash, IBM Remove the memory card and reinsert it with backwards. The front Microdrive, or Memory the front label facing you. label should face you. Stick memory card has been inserted backwards. Memory card in Your SmartMedia memory Remove the memory card and reinsert it with backwards. Black side card has been inserted the black side facing you. should face you. backwards. Card is not fully Your memory card is not inserted. Push card in inserted fully into the a little more. printer. Card was removed. Job was cancelled. Press OK. Your memory card was removed from the printer while you were trying to access it without the computer. Your memory card was removed from the printer while you were trying to access it using the computer. Push the memory card into the slot firmly.
Reinsert the card and try the job again.
Card was removed. Job was cancelled. See computer for details. Press OK.
File directory structure The file directory structure is corrupted. is corrupted and cannot be accessed.
Download the files to your computer using your digital camera.
Use another memory card. OR Reformat the memory card.
LCD Message Photo is corrupted. Problem The printer detects that a file specified in the job is corrupted and cannot be accessed. The printer detects that more than one file specified in the job is corrupted and cannot be accessed. The file specified for the job is not of a supported file type. Solution OR OR See the printers user manual for information about supported file types. Press OK (Right soft key). The printer may not print the file or it may not print the file correctly. Press Cancel (Left soft key) to cancel the print job. If you are printing from a memory card, try saving the file from the memory card to your computer, and then print the file from your computer software. If a photo is missing, check that you have not accidently deleted the photo from the memory card.
Accessories 3 cables 3 HP custom paper 3 memory cards 3 Album pages 36 Antique photos 40
Black & white changing photos to 40 Blinking lights 52 Borders, adding to photos 34 Brightness of photos 39 Buttons, control 6
types of cables needed 3 Control panel buttons, see inside front cover illustration 6 indicator lights 15 printing from 21 saving from 21 selecting photos 24 Copies printing several of one photo 25 setting a default number 19 Creative printing 31 Cropping photos 38
DPOF files defined 24 printing 28
Cables required for the printer 3 Calendars 42 Canceling selected photos 19, 20 Captions, adding to photos 34 Card slots indicator lights 15 locations 4 Color adding effects 40 improving for photos 41 troubleshooting 56 CompactFlash memory cards 12 Connecting the printer
Effects adding color 40 Email button 6 sending photos 32 supported applications 32 Envelope slot 4 Error messages 44, 57
Flashing lights 52 Front panel
see Control panel
Greeting cards 42
HP custom paper 3
IBM Microdrive memory card 12 Image size setting the default 19 IN tray adjusting the paper guides 8 loading paper 8 location 4 Indicator lights 15 Infrared printing 29 Inserting memory cards 13 print cartridges 10
CompactFlash 14 IBM Microdrive 14 inserting 13 Memory Stick 15 overview 12 printing DPOF files 24 selecting photos to print 24 SmartMedia 14 types 3, 12 understanding 12 Memory Stick 12, 15 Menu map 17
Numbering of photos 22
Onscreen Users Guide 1 OUT tray location 4
Page layout, selecting 36 Paper HP custom 3 jams, clearing 54 loading 7 loading a stack 8 loading in the IN tray 8 loading in the photo tray 9 size 18 type 18 types you can use 7 Paper guides adjusting 8 locations 4 Paper tray see IN tray PC see Windows PC Photo index page printing 23 Photo tray disengaging 8, 9 engaging 9 loading paper 9
Laying out photo pages 36 LCD error messages 57 positioning 16 understanding 16 viewing photos 22 Lights 15 Loading paper IN tray 8 overview 7 photo tray 9
Macintosh supported email applications 33 system requirements 63 type of cable needed to connect to 3 viewing the Onscreen Users Guide 1 Memory card slots indicator lights 15 locations 4 Memory cards
Copyright 2001 Hewlett-Packard Company All rights are reserved. No part of this document may be photocopied, reproduced, or translated to another language without the prior written consent of Hewlett-Packard Company. The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice. Hewlett-Packard shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this material. HP, the HP logo, JetSend, and PhotoSmart are property of Hewlett-Packard Company. Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. CompactFlash, CF, and the CF logo are trademarks of the CompactFlash Association (CFA). Mac, the Mac logo, and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc. IBM is a registered trademark of International Business Machines Corporation. Palm, Palm III, Palm V, and Palm VII are registered trademarks of 3Com Corporation or its subsidiaries. Other brands and their products are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders. The copyrights to certain photos within this document are retained by the original owners.
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1 (148100 mm) /
HP PhotoSmart 1315 : 88 53 Windows PC/ 74Macintosh /
HP PhotoSmart 1315
LCD LCD :
1 110 (DPOF)
1 : LCD LCD
LCD : 2000
: LCD LCD :
: LCD LCD LCD
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DPOF DPOF DPOF DPOF DPOF : 1 DPOF () DPOF DPOF DPOF LCD DPOF 46 (1015 cm)
DPOF : 5 DPOF DPOF
(PDA) 31 3
- 410 (cm) 46 (102152 mm) 46 (102152 mm)
: () : (148100 mm) 26
LCD ( ) ( )
: Windows PC ( ) Macintosh 66 Windows PC
Windows PC C:\My Documents\My Pictures (Windows 98 Windows Me ) C:\Documents and Settings\<>\My Documents\ My Pictures (Windows 2000 Windows XP )
Macintosh Documents\Photos (OS 8.6 9.x ) Home\Pictures (OS X )
66 Windows PC 83 Macintosh
Windows PC /
HP PhotoSmart 1315 Windows PC Windows PC 18
Windows : 1 :
hp photosmart 1315 Series
WindowsHP PhotoSmart HP PhotoSmart 58Windows Windows HP PhotoSmart 1315 Series
- - - HP PhotoSmart Toolbox
HP PhotoSmart HP PhotoSmart Windows
HP PhotoSmart HP PhotoSmart - -
: Windows HP PhotoSmart
: 1 Windows HP PhotoSmart
HP PhotoSmart 3
: 1 Windows HP PhotoSmart
Windows Windows : 1 Windows HP PhotoSmart HP Photosmart
HP PhotoSmart 99 HP PhotoSmart Toolbox (Windows PC) Windows HP PhotoSmart Windows
HP HP : 43
: Windows HP PhotoSmart HP
- - - - -
: CD 1
( 810 (203254 mm) ) : 1 HP 60
1 : 1 HP 60 : 6
: : 3
: 90 90
/: 1 / OK 2 / /
Windows PC Windows PC HP
Windows Web HP 72Web HP
: : ( )
C:\My Documents\My Pictures (Windows 98 Windows Me ) C:\Documents and Settings\<>\My Documents\My Pictures (Windows 2000 Windows XP ) 1
HP HP : HP HP PhotoSmart HP HP
OK 4 HP
C:\My Documents\My Pictures (Windows 98 Windows Me ) C:\Documents and Settings\<>\My Documents\My Pictures (Windows 2000 Windows XP )
: 7 : DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) [DPOF DPOF HP OK
Web HP Web : 3 HP PhotoSmart
Windows Windows : 1 Windows Windows PC Shift Control (Ctrl)
Windows PC ( ) (1 ) Windows
HP PhotoSmart 1315 7 : OS 8.6 9.x
(OS 8.6 9.x X)
Macintosh : 1 76 2 OK 77
OK(OS 8.6 9.x) (OS X)
(OS 8.6 9.x)
OS 8.6 9.x : OS X
: 1 HP PhotoSmart 77 2 3
/ : Macintosh OS 8.6 9.x
- - - () - 180 - 180
: Macintosh OS 8.6 9.x
- - - OK- OK
- - - -
/ - () - -
- ColorSmart III ColorSmart III - -
Grayscale () Black and white ()
OS 8.69.x X Macintosh Macintosh
Macintosh OS 8.6 9.x
HP PhotoSmart Photo Saver Macintosh Finder HP PhotoSmart Photo Saver Macintosh : 1
PhotoSmart Photo Saver Documents/Photos
( ) HP PhotoSmart Photo Saver Macintosh
photo saver JPEGJPEJPGTIFFMGPAVI HP PhotoSmart Photo Saver Macintosh HP PhotoSmart Photo Saver : 1 PhotoSmart Photo Saver 3 : 1
Finder ( ) Finder (1 ) Finder
: 1 Macintosh Shift Macintosh
Macintosh OS X
OS X Image Capture Macintosh Image Capture: 1 Image Capture
HP PhotoSmart 1315 28LCD
Windows PC : MAPI
America Online Microsoft Outlook Microsoft Outlook Express 5.02 Netscape Mail Eudora Hotmail
Windows PCE-mail: 3 LCD LCD . 4 HP
Macintosh Microsoft Outlook Express 5.02 (OS 8.6 9.x ) Eudora Pro 5.1 (OS 8.6 9.x ) America Online 5.0 (OS 8.6 9.x ) Microsoft Entourage 9.0 Office 2001 (OS 8.6 9.x ) CTM PowerMail (OS 9.x )
1 : LCD LCD . hp photo mailer hp photo mailer
6 : LCD
3 1 6 1 4 1 2
Windows PC 59 hp
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: LCD 7 LCD 4 :
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1900 : LCD
HP ACE (ACE : Automatic Color Enhancement) HP PhotoSmart 1315 : LCD
: LCD ACE 53Windows PC/ 74Macintosh /
LCD : 5
HP PhotoSmart 1315 Toolbox ( )
HP PhotoSmart Toolbox (Windows PC)
HP PhotoSmart Toolbox Toolbox HP PhotoSmart
Toolbox - PDF (Portable Document Format) - - - - : HP
Toolbox HP PhotoSmart Toolbox: 1 HP PhotoSmart Toolbox 2 Toolbox
Toolbox hp toolbox
hp inkjet utility (Macintosh)
hp inkjet utility (OS 8.6 9.x) : Macintosh
hp inkjet utility: 1 HP PhotoSmart hp inkjet utility
hp inkjet utility WOW! - -
- HP - - - HP - HP PhotoSmart Web
: HP PhotoSmart Toolbox (Windows PC) HP PhotoSmart Utility (Macintosh) 99 HP PhotoSmart Toolbox (Windows PC) 101 hp inkjet utility (Macintosh)
Windows 105Windows PC 106 USB 108USB 111 118 124 LCD 125
Windows PC HP PhotoSmart Windows PC HP PhotoSmart
hp photosmart hp photosmart
CD CD CD CDROM CD CD Web HP
CD 1 CD CD 2 CD-ROM CD 3
Windows PC 1 CD HP PhotoSmart 2 Windows 3 4
USB USB <USB >
USB USB 133 USB USB Dot4
(Windows PC )
Windows 982000Me XP
Windows 982000Me XP USB USB USB
USB 1 2 3
USB USB 133 USB 1 Windows Me XP 2 3 4 (+) USB USB USB USB
1 USB 2
USB 4 5 USB 6 Web USB HP
RAM () () 133 HP Web Web 100MB
2400 x 1200 dpi Windows PC 2400 x 1200 dpi PhotoREt
The HP PhotoSmart 1315 photo-direct inkjet printer is HP's versatile desktop printer that prints laser-quality black and color documents as well as photos directly from a camera memory card, plus an LCD display and card readers to view and print without a PC. The HP PhotoSmart 1315 printer is designed to make photo projects fun and easy with or without your computer. Your family and friends will enjoy the personalized and unique photo albums you make for them. Crop or adjust the color of your favorite photo. Create black-and-white photos from your color photos. E-mail your photos to your family. The affordable projects you can create are endless. Just use your imagination! Your new printer prints everything from great quality color photos to quality black-and-white text documents. Your printer comes equipped with a color LCD that allows you to review and print your photos quickly and easily with a memory card inserted. You can review up to 2000 images at a time, although the capacity of your memory card determines how many images it can store. The HP PhotoSmart 1315 printer allows you to print directly from a memory card or infrared device without being connected to a computer. Your printer also allows you to save photos from a memory card to your computer. Using HP's Automatic Color Enhancement (ACE) technology, your HP PhotoSmart 1315 printer can automatically enhance the color of images that are underexposed.
|Printer Type||Photo printer - ink-jet - color|
|Enclosure Color||Gray, black|
|Print Speed||Up to 5 ppm - normal Up to 13 ppm - color Up to 17 ppm - B/W|
|Max Resolution ( B&W )||600 dpi x 600 dpi|
|Max Resolution ( Color )||2400 dpi x 1200 dpi|
|Language Simulation||PCL 3|
|Fonts Included||8 x scalable|
|Printer Features||Optional duplex|
|RAM Installed ( Max )||16 MB / 16 MB (max)|
|Media Type||Envelopes, transparencies, greeting cards, labels, plain paper, iron-on transfers, photo paper, banners, index cards, cards|
|Max Media Size (Custom)||8.5 in x 14 in|
|Media Sizes||A4 (8.25 in x 11.7 in), A5 (5.83 in x 8.25 in), A2 (16.5 in x 23.4 in), A6 (4.13 in x 5.83 in), JIS B5 (7.17 in x 10.12 in), C6 (4.5 in x 6.38 in)|
|Total Media Capacity||100 sheets|
|Media Feeder(s)||1 x autoload - 100 sheets - Legal (8.5 in x 14 in) 1 x autoload - 20 envelopes - Legal (8.5 in x 14 in)|
|Monthly Duty Cycle||5000 pages|
|Cartridge / Printhead Included Qty||2|
|Expansion / Connectivity|
|Expansion Slots Total (Free)||1 ( 1 ) x CompactFlash Card - type I/II 1 ( 1 ) x SmartMedia Card 1 ( 1 ) x Sony PlayStation Memory Card|
|Connections||1 x USB - 4 pin USB Type B 1 x parallel - IEEE 1284 (EPP/ECP) - 36 pin Centronics|
|Compliant Standards||Plug and Play|
|Power Device||Power supply - integrated|
|Voltage Required||AC 120/230 V ± 10%|
|Frequency Required||50/60 Hz|
|Compliant Standards||EPA Energy Star|
|Software / System Requirements|
|Software Included||Drivers & Utilities, HP PhotoSmart|
|OS Required||Microsoft Windows 2000, Apple MacOS 8.6 or later, Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition, Microsoft Windows XP Professional|
|Service & Support||1 year warranty|
|Service & Support Details||Limited warranty - parts and labor - 1 year - carry-in|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
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