readme_english.txt Driver File Contents (PowerRIPCanon606L-CD.ZIP)

Driver Package File Name: PowerRIPCanon606L-CD.ZIP
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Copyright CANON INC. 2000-2003. All Rights Reserved.

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Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft Windows 2000
BJ Printer Driver Canon i6500 Version 1.63
Instructions
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Canon and BJC are registered trademarks, and Bubble Jet is a
trademark, of CANON INC.

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< Contents >

Introduction
  Foreword
  Installation Components
  System Requirements
  Installation Precautions
  Installation Method
  Warning Messages Displayed during Installation
  Deleting the Printer Driver

Specifying Printer Driver Settings
  Opening the Printer Driver Setup Window
  Points to Note with Applications
  Using the Printer Driver

About Network Printing
  Preface
  Version of the Printer Driver to Be Used
  Installation and Setup Methods
  Restrictions Related to Network

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Introduction
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< Foreword >

This Readme gives you important information about setting up and 
using the BJ Printer Driver with which the Readme is distributed. 
The BJ Printer Driver allows you to print on your Canon BJ printer 
from applications running under Microsoft (R) Windows (R) XP or 
Microsoft (R) Windows (R) 2000. Before you can use your printer,
you must install the printer driver on your computer.

< Installation Components >

The following components make up the installation package:

  - Installer (Setup.exe)
    Installs the BJ Printer Driver on your computer.

  - BJ Printer Driver (referred to as the "printer driver" in this
    document)
    The software that allows you to print on your printer.

  - Uninstaller
    Lets you remove the printer driver from your computer.

  - Readme (readme.txt)
    This document. It contains important information about the 
    printer driver. To view it after installation, select [Start]-
    [Programs]-[Canon i6500]-[Readme].

< System Requirements >

This software requires the following system configuration:

Operating System
  Windows XP Home Edition (English)
  Windows XP Professional (English)
  Windows 2000 Professional (English) or
  Windows 2000 Server/Advanced Server (English)

Hardware
  Computer:      Must operate normally under the operating system 
                 used. (CPU: Intel Pentium microprocessor or
                 equivalent microprocessor)
  Memory:        Must operate normally under the operating system
                 used.
  Hard drive:    At least 50 MB free space prior to installing
                 driver
  Other drive:   CD-ROM drive
  Interface:     Parallel or USB interface
  Printer cable: Bi-directional Centronics cable or USB cable
  Display:       VGA or better

< Installation Precaution >

Before installing this printer driver, read the following
precautions.

- Before starting installation, connect your printer to your
  computer.
  See your printer manual for details.

- You must have full-control access to printer settings to carry out
  an installation.  Before starting installation, log in as a member
  of the Administrators group.

- Close any applications that are running.

- If you have an earlier version of the printer driver installed on
  your computer, you must remove it with the uninstaller before
  installing the new driver. Remove the earlier version according to
  the instructions in "Deleting the Printer Driver."

- Depending on the environment that you are using, a Windows printer
  driver provided by Microsoft may be installed automatically on
  your computer. However, it is recommended that you use this
  printer driver provided by Canon.

< Installation Method >

The installation method described below is for using your printer as
a local printer.
When using your printer as a network printer, use the installation
method described in "About Network Printing."

You can download the printer driver from a Canon web site.

    Note:
    When you expand the downloaded compressed file, save the file to
    a folder such as [C:\temp].  
    Do not use the characters other than English in the folder name.
    Otherwise, the printer driver may not be installed correctly.

  1. Turn OFF the printer.

     Note:
     If you turn on the computer while the printer is on, the
     Windows Plug and Play feature's [Found New Hardware] Wizard
     will automatically appear when you start your computer. If this
     happens, click [Cancel].

  2. Open the folder that contains this program.

  3. Double-click [Setup.exe] to start the installation program.

  4. On the [Welcome] screen, click [Next].

  5. Read the [License Agreement].  If you agree to the conditions,
     click [Yes].

     The file copying process starts.

  6. When the [Printer Port] screen appears, turn on the printer and
     wait until the port is recognized.

     Note:
     If you want to select the printer port yourself, click [Manual
     selection], select the port in the [Select port] screen, and
     click [Next].

  7. When the [Installation Complete] screen appears, click [Finish].

     Note:
     In certain environments, a message prompting you to restart the
     computer appears after you click [Exit].  It is recommended
     that you restart the computer to complete the installation
     properly.

< Warning messages displayed during installation >

  - In certain environments, the system displays a message asking
    whether you want to replace the printer driver that is already
    installed with this printer driver.  If this message is
    displayed, click [Yes].

  * Windows XP
  If the message that the software has not passed Windows Logo
  testing is displayed during the installation, click [Continue
  Anyway] to continue the installation process.

  * Windows 2000
  If the message [Digital signature was not found] is displayed
  during the installation, click [Yes] to continue the installation
  process.

< Deleting the Printer Driver >

Delete the unnecessary printer driver according to the following
procedure:

  1.  From the [Start] menu, select [Programs], and then select
      [Canon i6500].

  2.  Click [Uninstall].

  3.  If the [Confirm File Deletion] dialog box appears,
      click the [OK] button.

     Note:
     - Printer driver Version 1.00 for Windows 2000 does not have an
       uninstaller. Delete the unnecessary printer driver according
       to the following procedure:

     1)  From the [Start] menu, select [Settings], and then click 
         [Printers].
     2)  Select a printer name to be deleted and select [Delete]
         from the [File] menu.
     3)  Select [Server Properties] from the [File] menu.
     4)  Click the [Drivers] tab, and select a printer name to be
         deleted from [Installed printer drivers].
     5)  Click [Remove], [OK]. 

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Specifying Printer Driver Settings
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< Opening the Printer Driver Setup Window >

  - Opening from your application
    A typical way to open the printer driver from your application
    is to select [File]-[Page Setup] and click [Printer], or select
    [File]-[Print...] and click [Properties].

  - Opening directly
    To specify a regularly-used setup or to access your printer's
    maintenance functions, use the procedure below. Don't try to use
    the maintenance functions while printing.

    1) From the [Start] menu, select the following items:
       For Windows XP:  [Control Panel]-[Printers and Other
       Hardware]-[Printers and Faxes]
       For Windows 2000:  [Settings]-[Printers]
    2) Click the icon of the printer model to be used.
    3) From the [File] menu select [Printing Preferences].

< Points To Note with Applications >

  - Microsoft Word 2002/Microsoft Word 2000/Microsoft Corporation
    If you specify a value greater than one for the [Pages per
    sheet] setting in Word's [Print] dialog box, do not use [Page 
    Layout Printing] setting on the driver's [Page Setup] tab. 
    If you specify values greater than one for both settings, 
    printing will not be done correctly. When you want to print more
    than one page per sheet, use one setting or the other to specify
    it. 

  - Microsoft Word 2002/Microsoft Word 2000/Microsoft Corporation
    When using the [Scale to paper size] setting in the [Print]
    dialog box, do not use [Scaled Printing] setting on the printer 
    driver's [Page Setup] tab. If used, Word's [Scale to paper size]
    setting will be overridden by the printer driver's [Printer
    Paper Size] setting on the [Page Setup] tab when scaling to fit.

  - Microsoft Word 2002/Microsoft Word 2000/Microsoft Corporation
    When Word's [Allow A4/Letter paper resizing] feature is enabled,
    if [Orientation] in Word's [Page Setup] dialog box is set to
    [Portrait] and the driver's [Orientation] setting is specified
    as [Landscape], printing is not done correctly. To avoid this,
    disable [Allow A4/Letter paper resizing] before printing. To
    access this feature, open the [Options] dialog box from Word's
    [Tools] menu and click the [Print] tab.

  - Microsoft Word/Microsoft Corporation
    When changing [Paper size] and [Orientation], do it using Word's
    settings, not the printer driver's.

  - Microsoft Word/Microsoft Corporation
    When selecting [Scaled Printing] or [Fit-to-Page Printing] in the
    [Printing Type] on the [Page Setup] tab, do this:

    1. Open Word's [Print] dialog box.
    2. Open the printer driver setup window and on the [Page Setup]
       tab select [Printing Type] and click [OK].
    3. Without starting printing, close the [Print] dialog box.
    4. Open Word's [Print] dialog box again.
    5. Open the printer driver setup window and click [OK] again.
    6. Start printing.

  - Microsoft Excel 2002/Microsoft Corporation
    If the "Allow A4 and letter paper sizes to be changed" setting
    is enabled in Excel 2002 and the "Paper Size" that was set on
    the "Page Setup" tab of the Printer Properties screen differs
    from the paper size that was set in Excel (one is set to A4 and
    the other to Letter), the data is printed according to the
    Printer Properties paper size. 
    If a problem occurs, match the Printer Properties paper size to
    the paper size that was set in Excel. Alternatively, select
    [Options] from the [Tools] menu of Excel, clear the "Allow A4 and
    letter paper sizes to be changed" setting on the "International"
    tab, and then print the data.

  - Lotus Organizer 2.1/97/Lotus Corporation
    Lotus Organizer will print in color even though monochrome
    printing has been selected. To stop this, check [Grayscale
    Printing] in the printer driver.

  - Photoshop/Adobe Systems Inc.
    Printing may not be done if you don't have system administrator
    privileges. Log on with system administrator privileges to print.

  - Lotus Notes/Lotus Corporation
    The system can lock up with certain print jobs. Make sure that
    in Notes' [Page Layout] settings you specify top and bottom
    margins of 0.9 in. or 1.1 in.

  - Microsoft Outlook/Microsoft Corporation
    If you cancel printing from the application, the next print job
    will crash. On the Printer Properties' [Advanced] tab, select
    spooling for the print document.

  - CorelDraw 8/Corel Corporation
    There are instances where problems arise if you try to open the
    printer driver setup window from CorelDraw 8.0. For instance, a
    crash may occur or characters may be corrupted. To get round
    this, open the printer driver setup window from the [Printers]
    folder, specify the settings you want, then print from the
    application. 
    This problem does not occur with CorelDraw 9.0.

  - Illustrator/Adobe Systems Inc.
    If Bitmap Printing takes effect, printing may take time or some
    data may not be printed. Print after clearing the [Bitmap
    Printing] check box in the [Print] dialog box.

< Using the Printer Driver >

When printing something with this printer driver, restrictions on
what you can do sometimes apply. Keep the following points in mind
when printing:

  - With certain applications, the [Copies] setting is non-effective
    when setting is attempted from the printer driver. In such
    cases, specify the setting in the applications' [Print] dialog
    box.

  - With certain applications, if you attempt multiple-copy printing
    of a document with [Collate] checked on the printer driver's
    [Page Setup] tab or in the application's [Print] dialog box,
    printing will not be done correctly. To work around this,
    uncheck [Collate] before printing.

  - With certain applications, printing may not be done properly if
    [Print Type] or [Halftoning] is set to [Auto]. In this case,
    start the [Print Advisor] on the [Main] tab and be sure to
    select [Print a top-quality photo] or [Print tables and charts].
    Alternatively, set [Print Quality] on the [Main] tab to [Custom]
    and select a setting other than [Auto] for [Halftoning]. Next
    set [Color Adjustment] to [Manual] and select a setting other
    than [Auto] for [Print Type].

  - When printing graduated or graphics-intensive print data,
    sometimes print data may not be printed. This occurs when there
    is not enough free space on your hard disk to temporarily store
    the data. To remedy this, make sure there is 40-50 MB of free
    space on the drive where Windows XP or Windows 2000 is
    installed. Alternatively, use the [Spool Folder] setting of
    [Server Properties] to allocate sufficient space for the spool
    folder.

  - If, during printing, you cancel the print job from the Printer's
    folder, there will be a delay before printing actually stops.

  - If any error occurs during printing, cancel printing in the
    following manner.
    1. Delete the current and all pending print jobs.
    2. Turn off the printer.
    Print data that has already been received by the printer is
    cleared by this operation.

  - In some cases, printing will fail if there isn't enough virtual
    memory available. You can remedy this by increasing the size of
    the paging file. To do this, open the [System Properties] dialog
    box by double-clicking [System] in the Control Panel or
    right-clicking [My Computer] and choosing [Properties]. Then
    click the [Advanced] tab, click [Performance Options...], click
    [Change...], specify the new paging file size, click [Set], and
    click [OK].

  - Do not change the [Print Processor] setting on the [Advanced]
    tab in the Printer Properties dialog box. If you change the
    setting, the following functions cannot be used:
    - [Page Layout Printing], [Poster Printing], [Booklet Printing],
      and [Duplex Printing] on the [Page Setup] tab
    - All functions of the [Stamp/Background] tab
    - [Preview before printing] on the [Main] tab

  - The following functions cannot be used if you uncheck [Enable 
    advanced printing features] on the [Advanced] tab in the Printer
    Properties dialog box:
    - [Page Layout Printing], [Poster Printing], [Booklet Printing],
      [Duplex Printing], [Reverse Order], and [Collate] on the [Page
      Setup] tab
    - All functions of the [Stamp/Background] tab
    - [Preview before printing] on the [Main] tab
    - [Reduce spool data size] in the [Set Print Quality] dialog box

  - The following functions cannot be used when you are using an 
    application that does not allow EMF spooling (for example, 
    Adobe PhotoShop LE and MS Photo Editor):
    - [Page Layout Printing], [Poster Printing], [Booklet Printing],
      [Duplex Printing], [Reverse Order], and [Collate] on the [Page
      Setup] tab
    - All functions of the [Stamp/Background] tab
    - [Preview before printing] on the [Main] tab

  - The following functions cannot be used if you check [Print to
    file] in your application's [Print] dialog box:
    - [Page Layout Printing], [Poster Printing], [Booklet Printing],
      [Duplex Printing], [Reverse Order], and [Collate] on the [Page
      Setup] tab
    - All functions of the [Stamp/Background] tab
    - [Preview before printing] on the [Main] tab

  - With some applications, when printing with [Page Layout
     Printing] on the [Page Setup] tab set to [2-up Printing] or
     greater, certain page images may get cropped. If this happens,
     use the application to adjust the layout of the affected pages.

  - You might possibly want to consider setting the parallel port to
    ECP mode in your computer's BIOS. For details on changing BIOS 
    settings, see your computer's user manual.

    Note:
    Depending on your hardware, the BJ Status Monitor may not report
    the printer status correctly or print jobs may not finish
    properly with ECP mode set. If you get such problems, click
    [Custom Settings] on the [Maintenance] tab, and uncheck [Set
    Printer to ECP mode].

  - When carrying out poster printing or stamp/background printing, 
    the displayed number of pages of the document in the print queue
    is greater than that of the actual document.

  - The colors in the screen display of the application software may
    be different from the colors in the preview display.

  - The colors in the preview display may be different from the
    colors in the print result.

  - Since the resolution in the preview display differs from the
    printing resolution, text and lines in the preview display may
    appear different from the actual print result.

  - In some applications, the printing is divided into multiple
    jobs. In this case the preview display can only display the job
    being printed, and the display may differ from the display
    intended by the user.

  - The preview display cannot be used in the following cases:
    - During printing when the printer icon is right-clicked and
      [Use Printer Offline] is selected
    - During printing outside the specified times when [Available 
      from] is set on the [Advanced] tab in the Printer Properties 
      dialog box

  - For details on functions related to Windows XP or Windows 2000,
    see the corresponding user's manual.

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About Network Printing
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< Preface >

Windows allow two or more users to share a printer via a network.
To share a printer among multiple users, necessary settings must be 
made on the computers connected to the network.

The computer to which a printer is connected actually is called a 
print server (hereafter called a server). The computer that use the 
printer connected to the server via a network is called a client 
machine (hereafter called a client).

The server and client need not use the same operating system.
However, the installation method and the restrictions on use differ
depending on the combination of operating systems of the server and 
client.

< Version of the Printer Driver to be Used >

- Get the printer driver that matches the OS used on the server
  and clients.

- The combination of the printer driver (made by Microsoft) that
  comes with Windows and a Canon's printer driver does not allow
  network printing. Use Canon's printer drivers on both servers
  and clients.

- Printer drivers used on the server and clients must be of the
  same version. When Windows XP is used in combination with
  Windows 2000, install this printer driver (Version 1.63)
  in both the server and client.

- When any server or client uses Windows NT 4.0, install the
  Version 4.63 that matches this printer driver.
  Installing any other version can cause a problem.

 Note:
 The printer without a parallel interface does not have the
 printer driver for Windows NT4.0.

- When any server or client uses Windows Me, Windows 98, or
  Windows 95, install the latest BJ printer driver that matches
  the OS.

< Installation and Setup Methods >

Use an installation method according to the type of the operating
system used on the server. 
  - Windows XP, Windows 2000 or Windows NT 4.0 ----- (1), (2), (3)
    Note:
    Use a procedure matching the type of the operating system used
    on the client.

  - Windows Me, Windows 98, or Windows 95 ----- (4) 

(1) When both the server and client use the same operating system
    Server: Windows XP or Windows 2000,  Client: Windows XP or
            Windows 2000
    or 
    Server: Windows NT 4.0,  Client: Windows NT 4.0

  1. On the server, install a printer driver suitable for the
     operating system used. The installation method is more or less
     the same as for an ordinary local printer.

  2. Specify the printer connected to the print server as a shared
     printer.
     For how to do this, see the Windows help.

     Point and print installation (method of saving a printer
     driver for clients on the print server using the [Additional
     Drivers] function on Windows XP or Windows 2000 or the
     [Alternative Drivers] function on Windows NT 4.0) can be done
     here. (When doing this, skip step 3.)

  3. On the client, install a printer driver suitable for the
     operating system used. The installation method is more or less
     the same as for an ordinary local printer.

     Note: 
     - Any port can be selected during installation. After choosing
       any port, complete installation.
     - When installing the printer driver using the installer, a
       message requiring you to turn on the printer appears. Ignore
       it.

  4. Open the network computer on the client and right-click the icon
     of the shared printer you want to use on the server and choose
     either of the following from the menu:

     - [Connect...] for Windows XP or Windows 2000
     - [Install...] for Windows NT 4.0

  Thus, a shared printer icon is created on the client.
  Since the icon of the printer whose driver has been installed in
  step 3 is no longer needed, it can be deleted.

(2) When the client uses a different operating system - 1
    Server: Windows XP or Windows 2000,  Client: Windows NT 4.0
    or 
    Server: Windows NT 4.0,  Client: Windows XP or Windows 2000

  Note:
  When the client uses Windows Me, Windows 98, or Windows 95, use
  the procedure described in "(3) When the client uses a different
  operating system - 2."

  1. On the server, install a printer driver suitable for the
     operating system used. The installation method is more or less
     the same as for an ordinary local printer.

  2. Specify the printer connected to the print server as a shared
     printer.
     For how to do this, see the Windows help.

     Point and print installation can be done here.
     (When doing this, skip step 3.)

     Note:
     When the server uses Windows NT 4.0 and the client uses Windows
     XP or Windows 2000, do not carry out point and print
     installation.

  3. On the client, install a printer driver suitable for the
     operating system used. The installation method is more or less
     the same as for an ordinary local printer.

     Note: 
     - Any port can be selected during installation. After choosing
       any port, complete installation.
     - When installing the printer driver using the installer, a
       message requiring you to turn on the printer appears. Ignore
       it.

  4. Open the network computer on the client and right-click the icon
     of the shared printer you want to use on the server and choose
     either of the following from the menu:

     - [Connect...] for Windows XP or Windows 2000
     - [Install...] for Windows NT 4.0

  Thus, a shared printer icon is created on the client.
  Since the icon of the printer whose driver has been installed in
  step 3 is no longer needed, it can be deleted.

(3) When the client uses a different operating system - 2
    Server: Windows XP, Windows 2000 or Windows NT 4.0
    Client: Windows Me, Windows 98, Windows 95 

  1. Install a printer driver suitable for the operating system used
     on the server. The installation method is more or less the same
     as for an ordinary local printer.

  2. Specify the printer connected to the print server as a shared
     printer.
     For how to do this, see the Windows help.

  3. On the client, install a printer driver suitable for the
     operating system used. The installation method is more or less
     the same as for an ordinary local printer.

     Note: 
     - Any port can be selected during installation. After choosing
       any port, complete installation.
     - When installing the printer driver using the installer, a
       message requiring you to turn on the printer appears. Ignore
       it.

  4. On the client, select [Start]-[Settings]-[Printers].

  5. Right-click the icon of the type of the printer you want to use
     and select [Properties].

  6. Click the [Details] tab and click [Add port...].

  7. Select [Network] and click [Browse].

  8. From the printer list, select the type of the shared printer
     you want to use and click [OK].

  Thus, a shared printer icon is created on the client.

(4) When the server uses Windows Me, Windows 98, or Windows 95
    Server: Windows Me, Windows 98, or Windows 95
    Client: Windows XP, Windows 2000 or Windows NT 4.0

  1. Install a printer driver suitable for the operating system used
     on the server. The installation method is more or less the same
     as for an ordinary local printer.

  2. Specify the printer connected to the print server as a shared
     printer.
     For how to do this, see the Windows help.

  3. On the client, install a printer driver suitable for the
     operating system used. The installation method is more or less
     the same as for an ordinary local printer.

   Note: 
   - Any port can be selected during installation. After choosing
     any port, complete installation.
   - When installing the printer driver using the installer, a
     message requiring you to turn on the printer appears. Ignore
     it.

  4. Open the network computer on the client and right-click the icon
     of the shared printer you want to use on the server and choose
     either of the following from the menu:

     - [Connect...] for Windows XP or Windows 2000
     - [Install...] for Windows NT 4.0

  Thus, a shared printer icon is created on the client.
  Since the icon of the printer whose driver has been installed in
  step 3 is no longer needed, it can be deleted.
  This combination of operating systems does not allow
  bi-directional communication to be performed normally. Read "When
  the server uses Windows Me, Windows 98, or Windows 95" in
  "Restrictions Related to Network."

< Restrictions Related to Network >

- When using a network printer, if the client's BJ Status Monitor is
  activated, a command is sent to the printer to obtain its status. 
  If you have checked [Notify when remote documents are printed]
  on the [Advanced] tab of the print server's [Server Properties]
  dialog box, a print completion notification message is displayed
  on the client in response to each command. To stop these
  messages appearing, uncheck [Notify when remote documents are
  printed] on the [Advanced] tab of the print server's [Server
  Properties] dialog box, then restart the print server to make the
  setting effective.

- When the server uses Windows NT 4.0 and the client uses Windows XP
  or Windows 2000
  Doing point and print installation will install the Windows NT 4.0
  printer driver on the client.
  Windows NT 4.0 driver operation under Windows XP or Windows 2000
  is not guaranteed. To solve this problem, install the Windows XP
  or Windows 2000 printer driver on the client following the
  procedure described in "(2) When the client uses a different
  operating system - 1."

- When the server uses Windows NT4.0, Windows Me, Windows 98, or 
  Windows 95 and the client uses Windows XP or Windows 2000

  When point and print installation is done, the [Page Layout
  Printing], [Booklet Printing], [Duplex Printing], [Reverse Order],
  [Collate], [Stamp/Background Printing] and [Preview] settings are
  made ineffective.
  In this case, carry out the following operation:
  On the client, open the [Printer Properties] dialog box, select 
  [Add port...] on the [Ports] tab, and enter the server printer
  name together with a network path name.

- When the server uses Windows Me, Windows 98, or Windows 95

  Bi-directional communication with the printer cannot be done
  normally, so a warning message is displayed and printing sometimes
  stops or cannot be done at all.
  To solve this problem, select [Properties] of the printer driver 
  installed on the server, click [Spool Settings...] on the
  [Details] tab, and select [Disable bi-directional support for this
  printer].

- When the client uses Windows XP, Windows 2000 or Windows NT 4.0

  When point and print installation is done, the bi-directional
  support setting on the client is made ineffective.
  If the client user, having opened [Properties] of the printer
  driver, clicks [OK] without selecting [Enable bi-directional
  support], the bi-directional communication function of the server
  is also disabled.
  To avoid this problem, you can install the printer driver on the
  client in advance following the procedure described in "(2) When
  the client uses a different operating system - 1."
  You can also avoid this problem by restricting the access rights
  of the client user when making a shared printer security setting.

- When using Axis Communications' PrintPoint 140 BJC ethernet print
  server, although printing is possible, bi-directional
  communication is not.

- When printing via the Internet (IPP environment), check the
  version of the printer driver installed in the server and then
  install the same printer driver in the client as a local printer.
  Note that the client cannot start the status monitor because the
  printer status cannot be obtained via the Internet.  

- When the same printer driver is installed in both the server and
  client as a local printer, the network crawl function can
  automatically create a network printer icon on the client side.

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