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|stephane||9:22am on Wednesday, August 25th, 2010|
|The Lexmark Z52 is one of the best printers on the market, it looks quite big and bulky but is quite lightweight. fast.|
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Paper tab to: Select a paper size and orientation Set the number of copies to print Reverse the printing order of your document pages. The first page of your document will be on top of the stack in the paper exit tray. Collate your document Document/Quality tab to select: Color settings for the document type you are printing The paper type you are using A print quality setting Web Smoothing when you are printing from the internet Allow Pages to Dry The default settings
Job Finishing tab to print: Handouts Posters Booklets Two-sided documents
Advanced tab to adjust: Halftone settings Image settings
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Choosing printer settings for specialty papers
When your printer software was first installed, the Printer Properties settings were set to the default settings. Use the default settings for printing most documents on plain paper. To change your printer settings for printing on specialty papers, use the following table:
When you are printing on this specialty paper: Envelopes Click this Printer Properties tab: Paper To make these selections:
From the Paper Size area, scroll to select the appropriate envelope size. Note: Many applications are designed to override the envelope settings in Printer Properties.
Greeting cards, index cards, or postcards
From the Paper Type area, select Greeting Card Stock. Select the appropriate Paper Size setting. From the Paper Type area, select Glossy/Photo Paper. Note: You can print quality photos with the black and color cartridge combination that came with your printer. However, for the best possible print quality, replace the black cartridge with a photo cartridge. For help, see page 22.
Paper Photo papers Document/Quality
From the list of Paper Sizes, select Banner or Banner A4.
When you are printing on this specialty paper: Sheets of custom size paper
Click this Printer Properties tab: Paper
To make these selections:
From the list of Paper Sizes, scroll to select Custom. Enter the dimensions for your custom paper size. For help, see Loading specialty papers on page 3. From the Paper Type area, select Iron-On Transfer. From the Paper Type area, select Transparency. Select Normal (600 x 600 dpi), High (1200 x 1200 dpi), or Maximum (2400 x 1200 dpi) Print Quality. Note: When printing transparencies, remove each transparency as it exits from the printer and allow it to dry before stacking.
Iron-on transfers Transparencies
Step Three: Print your document
1 From your applications File menu, click Print. 2 From the Print dialog box, click OK or Print (depending on the application).
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Printing beyond the basics
You can use your printer to print: on both sides of a sheet of paper (see the next section) handouts (see page 12) booklets (see page 15) posters (see page 18)
Printing on both sides of a sheet of paper
Your Lexmark printer lets you print on both sides of a sheet of paper. Besides saving paper, this feature is helpful when you want to print booklets or tablets.
Load up to 100 sheets of paper against the right side of the sheet feeder. For help, see page 2.
Step Two: Customize the Printer Properties for your two-sided print job
1 Open the Printer Properties. For help, see page 5. 2 Select the page orientation and size: a Click the Paper tab. b Select the appropriate Paper Size. c Select Portrait or Landscape orientation. 3 Customize the Printer Properties for two-sided printing:
a Click the Job Finishing tab. b Select Two-sided printing. c Select a binding edge. When you select Portrait orientation, choose between these binding edge options. d To receive paper reloading instructions, select Print reloading instructions after the first side prints. e Click OK.
Note: When you select Landscape orientation, choose between these binding edge options:
Long Edge Binding
Short Edge Binding
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Step Three: Print your two-sided document
1 From your applications File menu, select Print. The oddnumbered pages print first. 2 When the first side of all your two-sided document is finished printing, your printer software prompts you to reload the paper.
a When the entire stack is finished printing, remove the stack. b Flip the stack of paper. c Insert the stack of paper and instruction page with the printed side facing away from you and the arrows pointing down.
3 Click OK. The even-numbered pages print on the other side. 4 To return to single-sided printing: a From the Printer Properties, click the Job Finishing tab. b Make sure Two-sided printing is not selected. c Click OK.
You can conserve paper by printing handouts or multiple page images on a single sheet of paper.
Four page images on a single sheet of paper
Step Two: Customize the Printer Properties for handouts
You can print your handouts on one side of the paper, or on both sides of the paper. 1 Open the Printer Properties. For help, see page 5. 2 Select the page orientation for the page images: The page orientation you select in the Paper tab reflects the orientation of the page image and not the sheet of paper the page image prints on. a Click the Paper tab. b From the Orientation area, select Portrait or Landscape. 3 From the Paper Size area, select a paper size.
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4 Customize the Printer Properties for printing handouts: The screen graphic changes as you make selections, showing how the printed page will look.
a Click the Job Finishing tab. b Select Handout. The graphic shows three Portraitoriented page images with Page Borders. c Select the Number of Prints (page images) to print on a single sheet. d To print a representation of the paper edges for each page image, select Print Page Borders.
5 To print your handout on one side of the paper, click OK. To print your handout on both sides of the paper: a Select Two-sided printing. b To receive paper reloading instructions, select Print reloading instructions after the first side prints. c Click Long Edge Binding or Short Edge Binding. d Click OK.
Step Three: Print your handouts
1 From your applications File menu, select Print. 2 From the Print dialog box, click OK or Print (depending on the application). If you formatted your handouts to print on one side of each page, go to step 5. If you formatted your handouts for two-sided printing, continue with printing the second side of your handouts. 3 When the first side of all your handouts is finished printing, your printer software prompts you to reload the paper.
4 Click OK. The even-numbered pages print on the other side. 5 To go back to normal printing: a From the Job Finishing tab, select Normal. b Click OK.
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You can print and bundle your document together to make a booklet. Printing beyond the basics
Step Two: Customize your Printer Properties
1 Select the correct paper size in your software application. You can select from these paper sizes when printing booklets: Statement Letter A4 AOpen the Printer Properties. For help, see page 5. 3 Click the Job Finishing tab. 4 Select Booklet. 5 To receive paper reloading instructions, click Print reloading instructions after the first side prints. 6 Select the number of Sheets Per Bundle.
Notes: A bundle is any number of sheets of paper folded together. For help, see page 17. When printing with a heavier paper stock, select a smaller number of Sheets Per Bundle to allow for binding considerations.
7 Click OK.
Step Three: Print your booklet
1 From your applications File menu, select Print. 2 From the Print dialog box, click OK or Print (depending on the application). 3 When the first side of your booklet is finished printing, your printer software prompts you to reload the paper.
4 Click OK. The even-numbered pages print on the other side. 5 To go back to normal printing: a From the Job Finishing tab, select Normal. b Click OK. 6 Assemble your booklet. For help, see page 17.
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Building a booklet
Once your document prints, stack the bundles together and bind your booklet. 1 Take the first bundle from the paper exit tray, fold it in half and set it aside. 2 Take the next bundle, fold it in half, and stack it on top of the first bundle. 3 Stack the rest of your bundles, one on top of the other, until your booklet is complete. 4 Bind the bundles together to complete your booklet. Printing beyond the basics
Five bundles stacked to form a booklet.
You can use the printer software to enlarge the size of your printout. For example, you can enlarge a photograph to poster size.
A single page enlarged to a nine page poster.
Note: The poster finishing option is designed to print a single-page as a 4, 9, or 16-page poster.
Note: For the best print quality, use a heavy-weight paper.
Step two: Customize the Printer Properties for your poster
Open the Printer Properties. For help, see page 5. Click the Job Finishing tab. Select Poster. Select your poster size. The number you select represents the number of pages that make up the height and width of your poster. For example, if you select 4 x 4, your printed poster is four pages high and four pages wide. 5 Select Show Crop Marks if you want to print markers that show you where to easily trim (crop) the unprinted white space from the edges of the paper. 6 Click OK.
Crop marks make it easy to trim the poster pages.
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Step Three: Print and assemble your poster
1 From your applications File menu, select Print. 2 From the Print dialog box, click OK or Print (depending on the application).
Note: If you need to reprint a specific page(s) of your poster, skip to the next section.
3 On each printed page, trim the white edges from two adjacent sides. For example, trim the white edge from the top and left sides of each page.
Printed pages with the white edge trimmed from two adjacent sides Trimmed edges
4 Arrange the pages so that every trimmed edge overlaps an untrimmed edge (the white edge). 5 Tape the backs of the pages together. 6 To complete your poster, trim any remaining white edges.
Selecting specific pages to print
You can reprint specific pages of your poster without having to reprint all of the pages of your poster. To select specific pages to print: 1 From the Job Finishing tab, click Select Pages to Print. 2 From the Select Pages to Print screen:
In the example shown, only one page, tile 1, is selected to print.
Click Select All to select all the tiles, and then click the tiles you do not want to print. or To quickly select a few tiles to print, click Remove All to remove all the tiles, and then click the tiles you want to print.
Aligning print cartridges
1 Load plain paper in the printer. 2 From the Control Programs Cartridges tab, select Align Cartridges. For help, see page 21. Your printer prints an alignment test page and the Align Cartridge dialog box displays. The test page that prints has several alignment patterns, depending on the cartridge combination installed. Each pattern has a number under it. The test page that prints is similar to the one shown:
3 From each alignment group on the test page, find the number under the alignment pattern that comes closest to forming a perfectly straight line. For example, in sample group A, the arrow points to the pattern that comes closest to forming a straight line. 4 In the Align Cartridges dialog box, enter the pattern numbers from the printed test page that come closest to forming a straight line. 5 After you have entered a number for all of the patterns, click OK.
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Cleaning print nozzles
1 Load plain paper in the printer. 2 From the Control Programs Cartridges tab, select Clean Print Nozzles. For help, see page 21. The printer feeds a sheet of paper and prints a nozzle test pattern, similar to the one shown:
Cyan, magenta, yellow, and black purge lines (shown here in black and white) print when ink is forced through the print nozzles. If any of these colors do not print, you may need to replace your print cartridge. Broken lines at the top of the page indicate clogged nozzles.
Unbroken lines at the bottom of the page indicate the nozzles were cleaned.
3 Compare the diagonal line above the printed bars to the diagonal line below the printed bars. Look for a break in the diagonal lines above the printed bars. A broken line indicates clogged nozzles. If the bottom line still has breaks, run the test up to two more times. If the print quality is satisfactory after running the test three times, the print nozzles are clean. You do not need to complete the remaining steps. If the print quality of both lines is not satisfactory after running the test three times, continue with step 4. 4 Remove and reinstall the print cartridges.
5 Repeat the nozzle test. 6 If the lines are still broken, wipe the print cartridge nozzles. For help, see the next section.
Wiping print nozzles
If print quality does not improve after cleaning the print nozzles (see page 25), there may be dried ink on the print cartridge nozzles. For help on wiping the print nozzles, see the Troubleshooting: Print Quality section of the printer driver Help.
Preserving print cartridges
To ensure the longest life from your print cartridge and optimum performance from your printer: Keep a new print cartridge in its packaging until you are ready to install it. Do not remove a print cartridge from the printer except to replace, clean, or store it in an air-tight container. The print cartridge does not print correctly if removed from the printer and left exposed for an extended period of time. If a print cartridge runs out of ink, leave the empty cartridge in the printer until you are ready to replace it. Printing with one of the print cartridge carriers empty may cause printer problems. Lexmarks printer warranty does not cover repair of failures or damage caused by a refilled cartridge. Lexmark does not recommend use of refilled cartridges. Refilling cartridges can affect print quality and cause damage to the printer. For best results, use Lexmark supplies.
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Printer prints slowly or doesnt print (see page 28) Paper misfeeds or jams (see page 30) Document prints with mistakes or poor quality (see page 31) Problems with transparencies, photos, envelopes. (see page 33) Error messages and flashing lights (see page 34)
This section lists printer problems, and what you can do to solve them. From the list of printing problems in the left margin, select a category that describes your printing problem. Read the category for help finding the solution. When your printer has a problem, first make sure that: The power supply is plugged into the printer and a properly grounded electrical outlet. The printer is turned On. If you are using a parallel cable, make sure it is an IEEE 1284-compliant parallel cable that supports bidirectional printing. Two-way communications is NOT disabled in your printer software. From the printers Control Program, click the Options tab. 2 Make sure Disable Printer to PC Communications is not checked.
Printer prints slowly or doesnt print
If your printer does not print, your printer and your computer may not be able to communicate properly. The following events also indicate two-way communications problems: A message displays on your computer screen indicating your printer cannot establish bidirectional communications with your computer. Print cartridge ink level indicators on the Status or Cartridges tabs of the printers Control Program are shaded. Error messages (such as Paper Out) and job progress information do not display on your computer screen. Before proceeding, verify that: The parallel, or USB, cable is securely attached to both the printer and the personal computer. The printer is plugged in and turned On. Your printer port is set to an LPTn port for a parallel cable, and to a USB port for a USB cable. If you have a switch box or other device (such as a scanner or fax) connected to the computer's parallel port, make sure it supports bidirectional communication. You may need to disconnect your printer from the switch box or other device and connect it directly to your computer.
Printer ejects a blank page after appearing to print
Make sure: You have removed the sticker and transparent tape from the bottom of the print cartridges. For help, see page 22. You have selected your Lexmark printer driver as the default printer.
Try removing the paper from the sheet feeder. If the paper is lodged too far into the printer and cant be removed: 1 Press the Power button to turn the printer Off.
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2 Pull firmly on the paper to remove it. If you cannot reach the paper because it is too far into the printer, raise the front cover and pull the paper out. 3 Close the front cover. 4 Press the Power button to turn the printer On. 5 Resend your document to print.
Document prints with mistakes or poor quality
Vertical straight lines are not smooth
To improve the print quality of vertical straight lines in tables, borders, and graphs: Select a higher Print Quality setting. Test the cartridge alignment. For help, see page 24. Clean the print nozzles. For help, see page 25.
Characters are missing or unexpected
Make sure your Lexmark printer driver is selected as the default printer. Your printer may have two-way communication problems. For help, see page 28.
Printed pages have alternating bands of light and dark print (intermittent printing)
Make sure Enable Buffer Mode is selected on the Options tab of the Control Program. Select High (1200 x 1200 dpi) or Maximum (2400 x1200 dpi) Print Quality on the Document/Quality tab of Printer Properties. Your printer may have two-way communications problems. For help, see page 28.
Print is too dark or smudged
Make sure: You let the ink dry before handling the paper. The Paper Type setting in the Printer Properties matches the paper type loaded in the printer. The paper is straight and unwrinkled. The Print Quality setting is appropriate for the paper type. If you are printing on regular paper, select Draft (300 x 600 dpi). You may need to clean the print nozzles. For help, see page 25.
Print quality is poor at the left, right, top, or bottom edge of page
Like other printers, your printer cannot print in the extreme left, right, top, or bottom edges of a page. Use these minimum settings: Left and right margins: 6.35 mm (0.25 in.) each for all paper sizes except A4. For A4 size paper- 3.37 mm (0.133 in.) each. Top and bottom margins: Top - 1.7 mm (0.067 in.). Bottom - 12.7 mm (0.5 in.).
Colors on the printout differ from the colors on the screen
An ink cartridge may be out of ink or low on ink. Check the ink level graphic on the Cartridges tab of your printers Control Program. From the Document/Quality tab of Printer Properties, select Natural Color as the Document Type.
The Lexmark Z52 software installation screen appears. 4 Click Install Printer Software. Note: If the CD does not run automatically when you insert it: a From the Start menu, select Run. b In the command-line text box, type the letter of your CD-ROM drive, followed by :\setup (for example, d:\setup), and then click OK.
Installing printer software
You can obtain the printer software using: the compact disc (CD-ROM) the World Wide Web diskettes If your printer software does not install properly, a communications error message appears when you try to print. You may need to uninstall, and then reinstall the printer software. For help, see Uninstalling printer software on page 36.
Windows 95/98/NT 4.0 parallel cable
1 Start Windows. 2 Click Cancel on any screens that appear. 3 When the desktop appears, insert the software CD. The Lexmark Z52 software installation screen appears. 4 Click Install Printer Software.
Using the World Wide Web
If your computer does not have a CD-ROM drive, you can download the printer software from Lexmarks Web site at www.lexmark.com 1 From Lexmarks Web site select the appropriate driver for your operating system. 2 Select Save to Disk. 3 Select a location on your hard disk drive. 4 Double-click the executable (.exe) file to open it. The Win Self-Extractor window opens.
Windows 2000- parallel or USB cable
1 Start Windows. 2 Click Cancel on any screens that appear. 3 When the desktop appears, insert the software CD.
Using the CD-ROM
Follow the set of instructions that correspond to your operating system and printer cable (parallel or USB):
5 Follow the set of instructions on your screen.
If your computer does not have a CD-ROM drive, you can create driver diskettes using a friends computer or a computer at your Lexmark dealer that has a CD-ROM drive. You will need three blank 3.5 inch diskettes. To create diskettes of the printer software: 1 Insert the printer software CD into the CD-ROM drive. If the CD does not run automatically: a From the Start menu, select Run. b In the command-line text box, type the letter of your CD-ROM drive, followed by :\setup (for example, d:\setup), and then click OK. 2 When the Lexmark Z52 software installation screen displays, select Tools. 3 Select Create Diskettes. 4 Follow the instructions on the screen. To install the printer software from diskettes: 1 Start Windows. 2 Insert Setup Disk 1 into your disk drive. 3 From the Start menu, choose Run.
4 In the command-line text box, type the letter of your disk drive, followed by :\setup (for example, a:\etup), and then click OK. 5 When prompted by the printer software, insert the appropriate disks into your disk drive and click OK. 6 Follow the instructions on the screen.
Printing from DOS
by a Lexmark warranty, technical support may only be available for a fee.
Extent of Warranty
We do not warrant uninterrupted or error-free operation of a product. Warranty service does not include repair of failures caused by: modification or attachments accidents or misuse unsuitable physical or operating environment maintenance by anyone other than Lexmark or a Lexmark authorized servicer operation of a product beyond the limit of its duty cycle failure to have installed a maintenance kit as specified (if applicable) use of printing media outside of Lexmark specifications use of other than Lexmark supplies (such as toner cartridges, inkjet cartridges, and ribbons) use of other than Lexmark product or component ALL EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE WARRANTY PERIOD. NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WILL APPLY AFTER THIS PERIOD.
The warranty period is 12 months and starts on the date of original purchase as shown on the purchase receipt. To obtain warranty service you may be required to present proof of original purchase. Warranty
Limitation of Liability
Your sole remedy under this Statement of Limited Warranty is set forth in this section. For any claim concerning performance or nonperformance of Lexmark or a Remarketer for this product under this Statement of Limited Warranty, you may recover actual damages up to the limit set forth in the following paragraph. Lexmark's liability for actual damages from any cause whatsoever will be limited to the greater of 1) $5,000 or 2) the amount you paid for the product that caused the damages. This limitation of liability will not apply to claims by you for bodily injury or damage to real property or tangible personal property for which Lexmark is legally liable. In no event will Lexmark be liable for any lost profits, lost savings, incidental damage, or other economic consequential damages. This is true even if you advise Lexmark or a Remarketer of the possibility of such damages. Lexmark is not liable for any claim by you based on a third party claim. This limitation of remedies also applies to any developer of materials supplied to Lexmark. Lexmarks and the developers limitations of remedies are not cumulative. Such developer is an intended beneficiary of this limitation.
apply, the limitations or exclusions contained in this statement may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
electronic emission notices 38 energy star 39 envelopes loading 3 setting recommendations 7 error messages Ink Low 34 Paper Jam 30, 34 Printer Offline 29 European Community Directives Conformity 39
Federal Communications Commission Compliance Information Statement 38 flashing lights troubleshooting 34 foils loading 3 setting recommendations 8
default settings 7 diskettes installing software 36 ordering 36 DOS printing 36 downloaded printer driver installing 35 duplexing 9
greeting cards loading 3 setting recommendations 7
cards loading 3 setting recommendations 7
halftone settings adjusting 6 handouts, printing 12
Macintosh 1 margins, minimum settings
messages, error Ink Low 34 Paper Jam 34 Printer Offline 29
image settings adjusting 6 improving print quality 23 index cards loading 3 setting recommendations 7 Industry Canada Compliance Statement 38 Ink Low message 34 installing print cartridge 22 printer software 35 intermittent printing 31 Internet printing Web Smoothing 6 iron-on transfers loading 4 setting recommendations 8
notices electronic emission 38 energy star 39 European Community Directives Conformity
parallel cable connection problems 27 specifications 27 photo paper problems 33 setting recommendations 7 postcards loading 3 setting recommendations 7 poster assembling 19 printing 18 selecting specific pages
Power light flashing 34 power supply, replacing 39 print cartridges aligning 24 cleaning 25 installing 22 part numbers 21 preserving 26 removing 22 replacing 22 wiping nozzles 26 print nozzle contacts wiping 26 print nozzles cleaning 25 wiping 26 print quality banding 31 different colors 32 faded colors 33 improving 23 missing colors 25, 32 smudged 32 too dark 32 troubleshooting 31
FCC Statement 38 Industry Canada Compliance Statement 38 Japanese VCCI Notice
safety information 39 warranty statement 36 nozzles, print cleaning 25 wiping 26 n-up printing see handouts 12
Japanese VCCI Notice 39
ordering diskettes 36 supplies 21
lights Paper Feed 34 patterns 34 Power 22 loading paper 2 specialty papers 3 long edge binding 10
Paper Feed light 34 paper guide locating 2 using 2 paper, loading 2
printer driver installing CD-ROM 36 diskettes 36 downloaded from the web 35 Printer Properties customizing 5 for booklets 15 for poster 18 for two-sided printing 10 opening from an application
release tab locating 2 using 2 reloading instructions two-sided printing 10 removing print cartridge
statement of limited warranty 36 supplies ordering 21 power supply 39
reverse page order 6
test page alignment 24 does not print 29 nozzle test pattern 25 transparencies loading 3 problems 33 setting recommendations 8 troubleshooting blank pages 28 color quality 32 doesnt print 28 envelopes dont print
safety information 39 select pages to print button 20 setting recommendations banner paper 7 cards 7 custom-sized paper 8 envelopes 7 iron-on transfers 8 normal 7 photo papers 7 poster 18 transparencies 8 two-sided printing 10 sheet feeder 2 Sheets Per Bundle selecting 15 short edge binding 10 software applications Control Program 21 software, printer installing 35 uninstalling 36 specialty papers banner paper 3 cards 3 custom-sized paper 4 envelopes 3 iron-on transfers 4 loading 2 photo paper 3 transparencies 3
from Windows 5 setting recommendations 7 tabs 5, 6 printer software installing CD-ROM 35 diskettes 35 downloaded driver
error messages 34 faded colors 33 flashing lights 34 missing colors 32 pages stick together 33 paper feed problems 30 paper jam 30 print quality 31 slow print 28 two-way communications 28 two-sided printing reloading instructions
Printer Properties 5 uninstalling 36 printing booklets 15 from DOS 36 handouts 12 on both sides of the paper 9 posters 18 using Web smoothing 6 printing problems color quality 32 faded colors 33 intermittent 31 missing colors 25, 32 paper feeding 30 paper jam 30 paper misfeeds 30
setting recommendations 10 two-way communications disabling 27 problems indicators 28
uninstalling printer software 36 United Kingdom Telecommunications Act 1984 39
warranty statement 36 Web Smoothing 6 Windows Windows NT 4.World Wide Web installing printer software 35
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