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    Printing protocols (Printer Basics)

    Since the 70s, a time when printing was just committing ASCII text to paper line by line, the LPD protocol is used to...

    Printer types

    A printer is the computer component that lets you create copies of information stored in the computer on paper. The printed material is often...

    What are networks?

    A network is a number of computers and peripherals linked together so that data can be passed between them. The rise in the...

    web page printing (Printer Basics)

    Printing Web pages is not a simple job. Usually Web pages are designed to be displayed on a screen only. Therefore you have...

    Google Cloud Printing, Print anywhere

    The Motley Fool is very bullish on Google's stock price. They're of the opinion that you ain't seen nothing yet. After looking at Google...

    Konica Minolta C652 Color Copier Review

    Konica Minolta C652 is a color photocopy machine. It uses electrostatic laser copy method for copying and printing. Color copy/print speed is 65 for...

    C2557 in Konica Minolta Bizhub Develop

    There are two main types of photocopier machines; mono component and dual component. Mono-component copiers need no developer while dual component use a magnetic...

    Troubleshooting sequence for printing issues 1

    Whenever Printing issue occurs while processing on the Floor, Follow the below steps:Probing:Confirm the All--in-One model number first.May I know the All-in-One Model you...

    Suggestions For Reducing Printing Costs

    1. Use  mail order  printers. Ordering  printing by  mail generally costs  less because  these  printers have  less overhead. Answer  ads  in  mail  order  publications ...

    Spot Color

    In offset printing, a spot color is any color generated by an ink (pure or mixed) that is printed using a single run. Spot...

    What is PDF/X?

    PDF/X is an umbrella term for several ISO standards that define a subset of the PDFCMYK or spot colors. PDF/X-2 and PDF/X-3 accept calibrated...

    WLAN Devices

    Most companies, when deploying wireless, use enterprise mode with ESA, where multiple APs provide coverage for the WLAN clients. The following sections discuss the...