Lanier Aficio AP2700 Download Drivers

Available 30 files for Aficio AP2700
Company
Lanier
Categories
Printers
Model
Lanier Aficio AP2700
Description
PostScript3
Operating Systems
MacOS
Version Driver
Ver.1.0
Size Driver
1.6Mb
File Name
r202a2en.hqx
Company
Lanier
Categories
Printers
Model
Lanier Aficio AP2700
Description
PCL 6
Operating Systems
Windows 2000
Version Driver
Ver.1.3.0.0
Size Driver
1.7Mb
File Name
r20261en.exe
Company
Lanier
Categories
Printers
Model
Lanier Aficio AP2700
Description
PCL 5e
Operating Systems
Windows 2000
Version Driver
Ver.1.4.0.0a
Size Driver
1.7Mb
File Name
r20260en.exe
Company
Lanier
Categories
Printers
Model
Lanier Aficio AP2700
Description
PostScript3
Operating Systems
Windows 2000
Version Driver
Ver.1.2.0
Size Driver
40Kb
File Name
r20262en.exe
Info
README SUPPLEMENT FOR ADOBE PS DRIVERS

1. Paper Tray Selection
If the selected paper input tray contains wrong size paper, the printer prints
the document on the paper in the selected tray. A part of the image may be
missing if the paper size in the tray is smaller than your document size.

2. Collate printing with CorelDraw8 is not supported
(Windows95/98 and WindowsNT4.0)
When collate and duplex printing are selected, printing an odd number page
document will print the first page of the second copy on the back of the last
page of the first copy.

3. MS Word98 document with mixed orientation.
(Macintosh)
Printing of Macintosh MS Word98 document with mixed paper orientation may
produce unexpected result if multiple copies, staple, or duplex is selected.

4. Document may be rotated 90 degrees.
(Macintosh)
A document may print 90 degrees rotated on some paper sizes. To avoid this
problem, change the printer driver to AdobePS8.6 or later.

5. Custom Page Size.
PostScript3 supports the custom paper size paper in the bypass tray only.

6. Staple
As the stapler is physically fixed in the finisher, the finisher staples all
documents at the upper left corner of the paper when you see it from in front
of the printer.

7. Printing from Macintosh PageMaker
When printing a document from Macintosh PageMaker, the printer may show
"Load Letter" on the operation panel and wait for letter paper.
In order to avoid this wait, set letter paper in one of the input tray, or
turn off Macintosh "Background Print".
(Note you have to turn off "Background Print" from the Finder.)

8. Printing Custom Size Document from MS-Word
(Windows95/98 and WindowsNT4.0)

When printing a custom size document from MS-Word, the printout may not fit on
the paper even if the printer has the specified paper size in the bypass tray.
To avoid this problem, set up the desired custom paper size in the driver
properties before you start MS-Word.
The followings briefly explain the procedure to set up a custom paper size.

Note:
Do not set up a custom paper size from within the application's Print dialog.
Creating or changing a new custom paper size does not take effect after the
application is closed. In addition, the printout may not fit on paper even if
the printer has the specified paper size in the bypass tray.

Windows 95/98
1. Open My Computer and double click Printers.
2. Click the desired PostScript printer and select Properties from the File
menu.
3. Select one of custom sizes in the Paper Size window in the Paper tab, and
click Custom button.
4. Specify a name, width and length of the desired custom size paper and click
OK.
5. Click OK to close the printer properties window.
6. Make sure that the custom size paper is set in the bypass tray.
7. Start MS-Word and print the custom size document.

Windows NT4.0
1. Open My Computer and double click Printers.
2. Click the desired PostScript printer and select Document Defaults from the
File menu.
3. Select PostScript Custom Page Size as Paper Size in the Paper/Output section
in the Detail tab, and click Edit Custom Page Size button.
4. Specify width and length of the desired custom size paper and click OK.
5. Click OK to close the Document Defaults window.
6. Make sure that the custom size paper is set in the bypass tray.
Company
Lanier
Categories
Printers
Model
Lanier Aficio AP2700
Description
PCL-Mini
Operating Systems
Windows 2000
Version Driver
Ver.1.34
Size Driver
1.8Mb
File Name
r07850en.exe
Company
Lanier
Categories
Printers
Model
Lanier Aficio AP2700
Description
PCL 6
Operating Systems
Windows 3.1
Version Driver
Ver.1.3.0.0
Size Driver
1.9Mb
File Name
r20201en.exe
Company
Lanier
Categories
Printers
Model
Lanier Aficio AP2700
Description
PCL 5e
Operating Systems
Windows 3.1
Version Driver
Ver.1.3.0.0
Size Driver
2Mb
File Name
r20200en.exe
Company
Lanier
Categories
Printers
Model
Lanier Aficio AP2700
Description
PostScript3
Operating Systems
Windows 3.1
Version Driver
Ver.1.0
Size Driver
1010Kb
File Name
r20202en.exe
Company
Lanier
Categories
Printers
Model
Lanier Aficio AP2700
Description
PCL 6
Operating Systems
Windows 95
Version Driver
Ver.1.3.0.0
Size Driver
2Mb
File Name
r20221en.exe
Company
Lanier
Categories
Printers
Model
Lanier Aficio AP2700
Description
PCL 5e
Operating Systems
Windows 95
Version Driver
Ver.1.3.0.0
Size Driver
2Mb
File Name
r20220en.exe
Company
Lanier
Categories
Printers
Model
Lanier Aficio AP2700
Description
PostScript3
Operating Systems
Windows 95
Version Driver
Ver.1.2.0
Size Driver
787Kb
File Name
r20222en.exe
Info
README SUPPLEMENT FOR ADOBE PS DRIVERS

1. Paper Tray Selection
If the selected paper input tray contains wrong size paper, the printer prints
the document on the paper in the selected tray. A part of the image may be
missing if the paper size in the tray is smaller than your document size.

2. Collate printing with CorelDraw8 is not supported
(Windows95/98 and WindowsNT4.0)
When collate and duplex printing are selected, printing an odd number page
document will print the first page of the second copy on the back of the last
page of the first copy.

3. MS Word98 document with mixed orientation.
(Macintosh)
Printing of Macintosh MS Word98 document with mixed paper orientation may
produce unexpected result if multiple copies, staple, or duplex is selected.

4. Document may be rotated 90 degrees.
(Macintosh)
A document may print 90 degrees rotated on some paper sizes. To avoid this
problem, change the printer driver to AdobePS8.6 or later.

5. Custom Page Size.
PostScript3 supports the custom paper size paper in the bypass tray only.

6. Staple
As the stapler is physically fixed in the finisher, the finisher staples all
documents at the upper left corner of the paper when you see it from in front
of the printer.

7. Printing from Macintosh PageMaker
When printing a document from Macintosh PageMaker, the printer may show
"Load Letter" on the operation panel and wait for letter paper.
In order to avoid this wait, set letter paper in one of the input tray, or
turn off Macintosh "Background Print".
(Note you have to turn off "Background Print" from the Finder.)

8. Printing Custom Size Document from MS-Word
(Windows95/98 and WindowsNT4.0)

When printing a custom size document from MS-Word, the printout may not fit on
the paper even if the printer has the specified paper size in the bypass tray.
To avoid this problem, set up the desired custom paper size in the driver
properties before you start MS-Word.
The followings briefly explain the procedure to set up a custom paper size.

Note:
Do not set up a custom paper size from within the application's Print dialog.
Creating or changing a new custom paper size does not take effect after the
application is closed. In addition, the printout may not fit on paper even if
the printer has the specified paper size in the bypass tray.

Windows 95/98
1. Open My Computer and double click Printers.
2. Click the desired PostScript printer and select Properties from the File
menu.
3. Select one of custom sizes in the Paper Size window in the Paper tab, and
click Custom button.
4. Specify a name, width and length of the desired custom size paper and click
OK.
5. Click OK to close the printer properties window.
6. Make sure that the custom size paper is set in the bypass tray.
7. Start MS-Word and print the custom size document.

Windows NT4.0
1. Open My Computer and double click Printers.
2. Click the desired PostScript printer and select Document Defaults from the
File menu.
3. Select PostScript Custom Page Size as Paper Size in the Paper/Output section
in the Detail tab, and click Edit Custom Page Size button.
4. Specify width and length of the desired custom size paper and click OK.
5. Click OK to close the Document Defaults window.
6. Make sure that the custom size paper is set in the bypass tray.
Company
Lanier
Categories
Printers
Model
Lanier Aficio AP2700
Description
PCL 6
Operating Systems
Windows 98
Version Driver
Ver.1.3.0.0
Size Driver
2Mb
File Name
r20221en.exe
Company
Lanier
Categories
Printers
Model
Lanier Aficio AP2700
Description
PCL 5e
Operating Systems
Windows 98
Version Driver
Ver.1.3.0.0
Size Driver
2Mb
File Name
r20220en.exe
Company
Lanier
Categories
Printers
Model
Lanier Aficio AP2700
Description
PostScript3
Operating Systems
Windows 98
Version Driver
Ver.1.2.0
Size Driver
787Kb
File Name
r20222en.exe
Info
README SUPPLEMENT FOR ADOBE PS DRIVERS

1. Paper Tray Selection
If the selected paper input tray contains wrong size paper, the printer prints
the document on the paper in the selected tray. A part of the image may be
missing if the paper size in the tray is smaller than your document size.

2. Collate printing with CorelDraw8 is not supported
(Windows95/98 and WindowsNT4.0)
When collate and duplex printing are selected, printing an odd number page
document will print the first page of the second copy on the back of the last
page of the first copy.

3. MS Word98 document with mixed orientation.
(Macintosh)
Printing of Macintosh MS Word98 document with mixed paper orientation may
produce unexpected result if multiple copies, staple, or duplex is selected.

4. Document may be rotated 90 degrees.
(Macintosh)
A document may print 90 degrees rotated on some paper sizes. To avoid this
problem, change the printer driver to AdobePS8.6 or later.

5. Custom Page Size.
PostScript3 supports the custom paper size paper in the bypass tray only.

6. Staple
As the stapler is physically fixed in the finisher, the finisher staples all
documents at the upper left corner of the paper when you see it from in front
of the printer.

7. Printing from Macintosh PageMaker
When printing a document from Macintosh PageMaker, the printer may show
"Load Letter" on the operation panel and wait for letter paper.
In order to avoid this wait, set letter paper in one of the input tray, or
turn off Macintosh "Background Print".
(Note you have to turn off "Background Print" from the Finder.)

8. Printing Custom Size Document from MS-Word
(Windows95/98 and WindowsNT4.0)

When printing a custom size document from MS-Word, the printout may not fit on
the paper even if the printer has the specified paper size in the bypass tray.
To avoid this problem, set up the desired custom paper size in the driver
properties before you start MS-Word.
The followings briefly explain the procedure to set up a custom paper size.

Note:
Do not set up a custom paper size from within the application's Print dialog.
Creating or changing a new custom paper size does not take effect after the
application is closed. In addition, the printout may not fit on paper even if
the printer has the specified paper size in the bypass tray.

Windows 95/98
1. Open My Computer and double click Printers.
2. Click the desired PostScript printer and select Properties from the File
menu.
3. Select one of custom sizes in the Paper Size window in the Paper tab, and
click Custom button.
4. Specify a name, width and length of the desired custom size paper and click
OK.
5. Click OK to close the printer properties window.
6. Make sure that the custom size paper is set in the bypass tray.
7. Start MS-Word and print the custom size document.

Windows NT4.0
1. Open My Computer and double click Printers.
2. Click the desired PostScript printer and select Document Defaults from the
File menu.
3. Select PostScript Custom Page Size as Paper Size in the Paper/Output section
in the Detail tab, and click Edit Custom Page Size button.
4. Specify width and length of the desired custom size paper and click OK.
5. Click OK to close the Document Defaults window.
6. Make sure that the custom size paper is set in the bypass tray.
Company
Lanier
Categories
Printers
Model
Lanier Aficio AP2700
Description
PCL 6
Operating Systems
Windows Me
Version Driver
Ver.1.3.0.0
Size Driver
2Mb
File Name
r20221en.exe
Company
Lanier
Categories
Printers
Model
Lanier Aficio AP2700
Description
PCL 5e
Operating Systems
Windows Me
Version Driver
Ver.1.3.0.0
Size Driver
2Mb
File Name
r20220en.exe
Company
Lanier
Categories
Printers
Model
Lanier Aficio AP2700
Description
PostScript3
Operating Systems
Windows Me
Version Driver
Ver.1.2.0
Size Driver
787Kb
File Name
r20222en.exe
Info
README SUPPLEMENT FOR ADOBE PS DRIVERS

1. Paper Tray Selection
If the selected paper input tray contains wrong size paper, the printer prints
the document on the paper in the selected tray. A part of the image may be
missing if the paper size in the tray is smaller than your document size.

2. Collate printing with CorelDraw8 is not supported
(Windows95/98 and WindowsNT4.0)
When collate and duplex printing are selected, printing an odd number page
document will print the first page of the second copy on the back of the last
page of the first copy.

3. MS Word98 document with mixed orientation.
(Macintosh)
Printing of Macintosh MS Word98 document with mixed paper orientation may
produce unexpected result if multiple copies, staple, or duplex is selected.

4. Document may be rotated 90 degrees.
(Macintosh)
A document may print 90 degrees rotated on some paper sizes. To avoid this
problem, change the printer driver to AdobePS8.6 or later.

5. Custom Page Size.
PostScript3 supports the custom paper size paper in the bypass tray only.

6. Staple
As the stapler is physically fixed in the finisher, the finisher staples all
documents at the upper left corner of the paper when you see it from in front
of the printer.

7. Printing from Macintosh PageMaker
When printing a document from Macintosh PageMaker, the printer may show
"Load Letter" on the operation panel and wait for letter paper.
In order to avoid this wait, set letter paper in one of the input tray, or
turn off Macintosh "Background Print".
(Note you have to turn off "Background Print" from the Finder.)

8. Printing Custom Size Document from MS-Word
(Windows95/98 and WindowsNT4.0)

When printing a custom size document from MS-Word, the printout may not fit on
the paper even if the printer has the specified paper size in the bypass tray.
To avoid this problem, set up the desired custom paper size in the driver
properties before you start MS-Word.
The followings briefly explain the procedure to set up a custom paper size.

Note:
Do not set up a custom paper size from within the application's Print dialog.
Creating or changing a new custom paper size does not take effect after the
application is closed. In addition, the printout may not fit on paper even if
the printer has the specified paper size in the bypass tray.

Windows 95/98
1. Open My Computer and double click Printers.
2. Click the desired PostScript printer and select Properties from the File
menu.
3. Select one of custom sizes in the Paper Size window in the Paper tab, and
click Custom button.
4. Specify a name, width and length of the desired custom size paper and click
OK.
5. Click OK to close the printer properties window.
6. Make sure that the custom size paper is set in the bypass tray.
7. Start MS-Word and print the custom size document.

Windows NT4.0
1. Open My Computer and double click Printers.
2. Click the desired PostScript printer and select Document Defaults from the
File menu.
3. Select PostScript Custom Page Size as Paper Size in the Paper/Output section
in the Detail tab, and click Edit Custom Page Size button.
4. Specify width and length of the desired custom size paper and click OK.
5. Click OK to close the Document Defaults window.
6. Make sure that the custom size paper is set in the bypass tray.
Company
Lanier
Categories
Printers
Model
Lanier Aficio AP2700
Description
PCL 6
Operating Systems
Windows NT4
Version Driver
Ver.1.3.0.0
Size Driver
1.7Mb
File Name
r20241en.exe
Company
Lanier
Categories
Printers
Model
Lanier Aficio AP2700
Description
PCL 5e
Operating Systems
Windows NT4
Version Driver
Ver.1.4.0.0a
Size Driver
1.7Mb
File Name
r20240en.exe
Company
Lanier
Categories
Printers
Model
Lanier Aficio AP2700
Description
PostScript3
Operating Systems
Windows NT4
Version Driver
Ver.1.2.0
Size Driver
622Kb
File Name
r20242en.exe
Info
README SUPPLEMENT FOR ADOBE PS DRIVERS

1. Paper Tray Selection
If the selected paper input tray contains wrong size paper, the printer prints
the document on the paper in the selected tray. A part of the image may be
missing if the paper size in the tray is smaller than your document size.

2. Collate printing with CorelDraw8 is not supported
(Windows95/98 and WindowsNT4.0)
When collate and duplex printing are selected, printing an odd number page
document will print the first page of the second copy on the back of the last
page of the first copy.

3. MS Word98 document with mixed orientation.
(Macintosh)
Printing of Macintosh MS Word98 document with mixed paper orientation may
produce unexpected result if multiple copies, staple, or duplex is selected.

4. Document may be rotated 90 degrees.
(Macintosh)
A document may print 90 degrees rotated on some paper sizes. To avoid this
problem, change the printer driver to AdobePS8.6 or later.

5. Custom Page Size.
PostScript3 supports the custom paper size paper in the bypass tray only.

6. Staple
As the stapler is physically fixed in the finisher, the finisher staples all
documents at the upper left corner of the paper when you see it from in front
of the printer.

7. Printing from Macintosh PageMaker
When printing a document from Macintosh PageMaker, the printer may show
"Load Letter" on the operation panel and wait for letter paper.
In order to avoid this wait, set letter paper in one of the input tray, or
turn off Macintosh "Background Print".
(Note you have to turn off "Background Print" from the Finder.)

8. Printing Custom Size Document from MS-Word
(Windows95/98 and WindowsNT4.0)

When printing a custom size document from MS-Word, the printout may not fit on
the paper even if the printer has the specified paper size in the bypass tray.
To avoid this problem, set up the desired custom paper size in the driver
properties before you start MS-Word.
The followings briefly explain the procedure to set up a custom paper size.

Note:
Do not set up a custom paper size from within the application's Print dialog.
Creating or changing a new custom paper size does not take effect after the
application is closed. In addition, the printout may not fit on paper even if
the printer has the specified paper size in the bypass tray.

Windows 95/98
1. Open My Computer and double click Printers.
2. Click the desired PostScript printer and select Properties from the File
menu.
3. Select one of custom sizes in the Paper Size window in the Paper tab, and
click Custom button.
4. Specify a name, width and length of the desired custom size paper and click
OK.
5. Click OK to close the printer properties window.
6. Make sure that the custom size paper is set in the bypass tray.
7. Start MS-Word and print the custom size document.

Windows NT4.0
1. Open My Computer and double click Printers.
2. Click the desired PostScript printer and select Document Defaults from the
File menu.
3. Select PostScript Custom Page Size as Paper Size in the Paper/Output section
in the Detail tab, and click Edit Custom Page Size button.
4. Specify width and length of the desired custom size paper and click OK.
5. Click OK to close the Document Defaults window.
6. Make sure that the custom size paper is set in the bypass tray.
Company
Lanier
Categories
Printers
Model
Lanier Aficio AP2700
Description
PCL-Mini
Operating Systems
Windows NT4
Version Driver
Ver.1.33
Size Driver
1Mb
File Name
r07089en.exe
Company
Lanier
Categories
Printers
Model
Lanier Aficio AP2700
Description
PCL-Mini
Operating Systems
Windows NT4 Alpha
Version Driver
Ver.1.33
Size Driver
1Mb
File Name
r07095en.exe
Company
Lanier
Categories
Printers
Model
Lanier Aficio AP2700
Description
PCL 6
Operating Systems
Windows Server 2003
Version Driver
Ver.1.3.0.0
Size Driver
1.7Mb
File Name
r20261en.exe
Company
Lanier
Categories
Printers
Model
Lanier Aficio AP2700
Description
PCL 5e
Operating Systems
Windows Server 2003
Version Driver
Ver.1.4.0.0a
Size Driver
1.7Mb
File Name
r20260en.exe
Company
Lanier
Categories
Printers
Model
Lanier Aficio AP2700
Description
PostScript3
Operating Systems
Windows Server 2003
Version Driver
Ver.1.2.0
Size Driver
40Kb
File Name
r20262en.exe
Info
README SUPPLEMENT FOR ADOBE PS DRIVERS

1. Paper Tray Selection
If the selected paper input tray contains wrong size paper, the printer prints
the document on the paper in the selected tray. A part of the image may be
missing if the paper size in the tray is smaller than your document size.

2. Collate printing with CorelDraw8 is not supported
(Windows95/98 and WindowsNT4.0)
When collate and duplex printing are selected, printing an odd number page
document will print the first page of the second copy on the back of the last
page of the first copy.

3. MS Word98 document with mixed orientation.
(Macintosh)
Printing of Macintosh MS Word98 document with mixed paper orientation may
produce unexpected result if multiple copies, staple, or duplex is selected.

4. Document may be rotated 90 degrees.
(Macintosh)
A document may print 90 degrees rotated on some paper sizes. To avoid this
problem, change the printer driver to AdobePS8.6 or later.

5. Custom Page Size.
PostScript3 supports the custom paper size paper in the bypass tray only.

6. Staple
As the stapler is physically fixed in the finisher, the finisher staples all
documents at the upper left corner of the paper when you see it from in front
of the printer.

7. Printing from Macintosh PageMaker
When printing a document from Macintosh PageMaker, the printer may show
"Load Letter" on the operation panel and wait for letter paper.
In order to avoid this wait, set letter paper in one of the input tray, or
turn off Macintosh "Background Print".
(Note you have to turn off "Background Print" from the Finder.)

8. Printing Custom Size Document from MS-Word
(Windows95/98 and WindowsNT4.0)

When printing a custom size document from MS-Word, the printout may not fit on
the paper even if the printer has the specified paper size in the bypass tray.
To avoid this problem, set up the desired custom paper size in the driver
properties before you start MS-Word.
The followings briefly explain the procedure to set up a custom paper size.

Note:
Do not set up a custom paper size from within the application's Print dialog.
Creating or changing a new custom paper size does not take effect after the
application is closed. In addition, the printout may not fit on paper even if
the printer has the specified paper size in the bypass tray.

Windows 95/98
1. Open My Computer and double click Printers.
2. Click the desired PostScript printer and select Properties from the File
menu.
3. Select one of custom sizes in the Paper Size window in the Paper tab, and
click Custom button.
4. Specify a name, width and length of the desired custom size paper and click
OK.
5. Click OK to close the printer properties window.
6. Make sure that the custom size paper is set in the bypass tray.
7. Start MS-Word and print the custom size document.

Windows NT4.0
1. Open My Computer and double click Printers.
2. Click the desired PostScript printer and select Document Defaults from the
File menu.
3. Select PostScript Custom Page Size as Paper Size in the Paper/Output section
in the Detail tab, and click Edit Custom Page Size button.
4. Specify width and length of the desired custom size paper and click OK.
5. Click OK to close the Document Defaults window.
6. Make sure that the custom size paper is set in the bypass tray.
Company
Lanier
Categories
Printers
Model
Lanier Aficio AP2700
Description
PCL-Mini
Operating Systems
Windows Server 2003
Version Driver
Ver.1.34
Size Driver
1.8Mb
File Name
r07850en.exe
Company
Lanier
Categories
Printers
Model
Lanier Aficio AP2700
Description
PCL 6
Operating Systems
Windows XP
Version Driver
Ver.1.3.0.0
Size Driver
1.7Mb
File Name
r20261en.exe
Company
Lanier
Categories
Printers
Model
Lanier Aficio AP2700
Description
PCL 5e
Operating Systems
Windows XP
Version Driver
Ver.1.4.0.0a
Size Driver
1.7Mb
File Name
r20260en.exe
Company
Lanier
Categories
Printers
Model
Lanier Aficio AP2700
Description
PostScript3
Operating Systems
Windows XP
Version Driver
Ver.1.2.0
Size Driver
40Kb
File Name
r20262en.exe
Info
README SUPPLEMENT FOR ADOBE PS DRIVERS

1. Paper Tray Selection
If the selected paper input tray contains wrong size paper, the printer prints
the document on the paper in the selected tray. A part of the image may be
missing if the paper size in the tray is smaller than your document size.

2. Collate printing with CorelDraw8 is not supported
(Windows95/98 and WindowsNT4.0)
When collate and duplex printing are selected, printing an odd number page
document will print the first page of the second copy on the back of the last
page of the first copy.

3. MS Word98 document with mixed orientation.
(Macintosh)
Printing of Macintosh MS Word98 document with mixed paper orientation may
produce unexpected result if multiple copies, staple, or duplex is selected.

4. Document may be rotated 90 degrees.
(Macintosh)
A document may print 90 degrees rotated on some paper sizes. To avoid this
problem, change the printer driver to AdobePS8.6 or later.

5. Custom Page Size.
PostScript3 supports the custom paper size paper in the bypass tray only.

6. Staple
As the stapler is physically fixed in the finisher, the finisher staples all
documents at the upper left corner of the paper when you see it from in front
of the printer.

7. Printing from Macintosh PageMaker
When printing a document from Macintosh PageMaker, the printer may show
"Load Letter" on the operation panel and wait for letter paper.
In order to avoid this wait, set letter paper in one of the input tray, or
turn off Macintosh "Background Print".
(Note you have to turn off "Background Print" from the Finder.)

8. Printing Custom Size Document from MS-Word
(Windows95/98 and WindowsNT4.0)

When printing a custom size document from MS-Word, the printout may not fit on
the paper even if the printer has the specified paper size in the bypass tray.
To avoid this problem, set up the desired custom paper size in the driver
properties before you start MS-Word.
The followings briefly explain the procedure to set up a custom paper size.

Note:
Do not set up a custom paper size from within the application's Print dialog.
Creating or changing a new custom paper size does not take effect after the
application is closed. In addition, the printout may not fit on paper even if
the printer has the specified paper size in the bypass tray.

Windows 95/98
1. Open My Computer and double click Printers.
2. Click the desired PostScript printer and select Properties from the File
menu.
3. Select one of custom sizes in the Paper Size window in the Paper tab, and
click Custom button.
4. Specify a name, width and length of the desired custom size paper and click
OK.
5. Click OK to close the printer properties window.
6. Make sure that the custom size paper is set in the bypass tray.
7. Start MS-Word and print the custom size document.

Windows NT4.0
1. Open My Computer and double click Printers.
2. Click the desired PostScript printer and select Document Defaults from the
File menu.
3. Select PostScript Custom Page Size as Paper Size in the Paper/Output section
in the Detail tab, and click Edit Custom Page Size button.
4. Specify width and length of the desired custom size paper and click OK.
5. Click OK to close the Document Defaults window.
6. Make sure that the custom size paper is set in the bypass tray.
Company
Lanier
Categories
Printers
Model
Lanier Aficio AP2700
Description
PCL-Mini
Operating Systems
Windows XP
Version Driver
Ver.1.34
Size Driver
1.8Mb
File Name
r07850en.exe
HelpDrivers Since March 2000