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Making the Printout

The experience of printing depends on the printer you’re using—laser printer, inkjet, or whatever. In every case, however, all the printing options hide behind two commands: File→Page Setup, which you need to adjust only occasionally, and File→Print, which you generally use every time you print. You’ll find these two commands in almost every Macintosh program.

Page Setup

The Page Setup dialog box lets you specify some key characteristics about the document you’re going to print: orientation, paper dimensions, and so on (see Figure 14-2).

The options here vary by program and printer. The Page Setup options for an Epson inkjet, for example, differ dramatically from those for a laser printer. Only your printer’s user manual can tell you exactly what these choices do.


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