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Canon Advanced Printing Technology for Canon LBP5050
R1.02 Ver.1.01
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***************************IMPORTANT!***************************

Thank you for purchasing the Canon LBP5050 series, with enhanced
performance and ease-of-use from the Canon Advanced Printing 
Technology. We hope that you'll appreciate its exceptional print
quality, flexible paper handling, fast printing speed, and 
trouble-free operation.

This file has been created to address some very important or 
specific issues that may be encountered during the use of this 
product.

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Contents:

1. Scaling
2. Page Layout
3. Separator Page
4. User Permission on the Installation
5. Downloading and Installing a Network Printer 
   (Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003)
6. Installation in a Multi-user Environment (Windows XP/Vista)
7. Uninstalling the network printer which is connected to 
   another user
8. Restriction on the Network Printer
9. Restarting Windows with a print job remaining
10. The Protected Mode of Internet Explorer (Windows Vista)
11. Characters for the Printer Name (Windows Vista)
12. Registering Custom Paper Sizes (Windows Vista)
13. Access Permission to the Printer Properties (Windows Vista)
14. Printing Thin Lines (Windows Vista)
15. Specifying the IP Address of the Printer (Windows Vista)

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1. Scaling

  Some applications may not print correctly if scaling is 
  specified. In this case, please set its scaling at 100%.
  If the application has its own scaling function, please set 
  scaling from the application.

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2. Page Layout

  Some applications provide a function to print multiple sets of
  copies. However, do not use the function when a setting other 
  than [1 Page per Sheet] is selected for [Page Layout] in the 
  [Page Setup] sheet.
  If the function is used in the application, the data may not 
  be laid out properly.

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3. Separator Page

  [Separator page] on Windows cannot be printed.

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4. User Permission on the Installation

  Log on as a user with administrator rights to install the 
  printer driver. The Full Control Permission is required for 
  the installation.

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5. Downloading and Installing a Network Printer 
   (Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003)

  When downloading and installing a network printer on Windows 
  2000/XP/Server 2003, you can install it as a user without 
  administrator rights.
  If the network printer is installed by a user without 
  administrator rights, however, some functions may be 
  unavailable due to the restriction of operating system 
  security.

  [Unavailable functions]
  - Uninstaller cannot be registered in [Add or Remove Programs]
    ([Add/Remove Programs] for Windows 2000).

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6. Installation in a Multi-user Environment (Windows XP/Vista)

  When this printer is installed in Windows XP/Vista, do not 
  install it for a user switched by the "Fast User Switching" 
  function of Windows XP/Vista.
  When using the "Fast User Switching" function, be sure to log 
  on again before the installation.

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7. Uninstalling the network printer which is connected to 
   another user

  Even if you execute Uninstaller, information about the network
  printer which is installed on another user's local computer 
  is not deleted but remains in its operating system as 
  particular information to the user.
  If another user has installed the printer on its local 
  computer via the network, make sure that the user deletes the 
  network printer icon from the printer folder before you 
  execute Uninstaller.

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8. Restriction on the Network Printer

  When a network printer is installed, even though you change 
  its connection destination to a local port, the printer cannot
  be used as a local printer.
  If you need to use the printer as a local printer, select a 
  local port and install the printer driver anew.

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9. Restarting Windows with a print job remaining

  If you need to restart Windows with a print job remaining, 
  pause the print job from the printer folder. Then restart 
  Windows.

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10. The Protected Mode of Internet Explorer (Windows Vista)

  If you are using Windows Vista and run Internet Explorer 7 by 
  clicking the icon for [Display Manual] etc. in CD-ROM Setup, 
  [Protected Mode] is set to [Off] regardless of the settings.
  If you want to set [Protected Mode] to [On], exit Internet 
  Explorer 7 once, and then run it again manually.

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11. Characters for the Printer Name (Windows Vista)

  When an "@" character is used in the name of the printer, the 
  printer will become unrecognizable by the operating system 
  because of an invalid printer name thus disabling printing, 
  operation and setup.

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12. Registering Custom Paper Sizes (Windows Vista)

  Be sure to log on as a user with administrator rights when 
  editing [Custom Paper Size] in the [Page Setup] sheet in the 
  printer driver.

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13. Access Permission to the Printer Properties (Windows Vista)

  When you log on as a user with administrator rights who is 
  different from the one install the printer driver, you cannot 
  access the printer properties as a user with administrator 
  rights.
  To access the printer properties, right-click the icon for the
  printer, and then select [Run as administrator].

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14. Printing Thin Lines (Windows Vista)

  In certain applications, thickness of a line can be set to a 
  value smaller than 1 pt but the actual thickness in the 
  printout may be equivalent to that of a 1 pt line.

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15. Specifying the IP Address of the Printer (Windows Vista)

  If you specify the IP address that is being used by another 
  device for the printer, the printer may not function properly.
  In this case, turn off the device that is using the same IP 
  address or remove the device from the network, and then 
  specify an unused IP address for the printer using any of the 
  following methods.

  - Settings using NetSpot Device Installer
  - Settings using the ARP/PING command
    (To execute the ARP/PING command, you need to log on to 
    Windows as a user with administrator rights.)
  - Settings using the Remote UI

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