- The different operations
- Functions used to configure the print destination
Step 1: Configuring the print parameters
This step allows you to choose:
- the document print settings (quality, number of copies, etc.).
- the parameters for configuring the printer (printer driver, orientation, paper format, etc.).
This step is optional.
This step must be completed if the default settings (defined in the Windows control panel) are not suitable for the print job.
The different operations are as follows:
1. Selecting the print parameters of the document
). You can:
- open the print settings window.
- configure the print settings one by one (page height and width, number of copies, etc.).
- open the printer selection window.
- change the printer used for the current print job. This modification can be temporary (for the current program) or permanent.
3. Redefining the print margins
). The top, bottom, left and right margins can be modified. If this function is not called, the default margins (differ according to the selected printer) will be used.
: The order of above-mentioned operations must be respected. If a print job is in progress, iParameter
cancel the current print job.
Functions used to configure the print destination
The following functions are used to configure the print destination and determine the current configuration:
The configuration and the setting performed by iConfigure
reinitialize the print module. Therefore, these functions must be the first print functions called. All the print functions called before these two functions will be ignored.
The print job can be performed on a printer only.
The document can only be printed to PDF.
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