Xerox CUSTOMER TIPS 7425/7428/7435 user manual

User manual for the device Xerox CUSTOMER TIPS 7425/7428/7435

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Xerox Multifunction Devices
Customer Tips
…for the user
dc09cc0453
June 10, 2009
PDL Reference Guide for the
WorkCentre 7425/7428/7435
Accessing Extended Features
Overview
This document applies
This document enables you to access the extended features of the WorkCentre
to the stated Xerox
7425/7428/7435 in environments that do not have a custom print driver.
product. It is assumed
that your device is
Note: The commands and syntax used in this document requires familiarity with eit

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PCL This WorkCentre supports PCL5e and PCL XL emulations that enable the features listed in the following table. Feature Description Job Name The value for Job Name is stored for printing on the banner page. Custom Paper Size Customer designated paper size on which to print a job. Media Size The size of media on which to print a job. Media Source Specifies the tray to supply the job’s media. Output Location Indicates the output bin where the completed print job is sent. Stapling Indicat

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PCL/PJL Implementation The following table contains the PCL feature commands and shows the syntax required to use the feature. After the table are examples of how to use these commands and examples of a PCL file. Feature Implementation Values Job Name @PJL SET JOBNAME = Where jobname-string is a maximum of 32 "jobname-string" characters Custom You have to specify by PCL: Width of Custom Paper is specified by Paper Size – &f#I &l101A available only where # equals decipoints

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Feature Implementation Values JPOST = Postcard (100 x 148mm) JPOSTD = Postcard (148 x 200mm) POSTCARD = Postcard (4 x 6") 50X70 = 5 x 7" TYOUKEI3 = Envelope (120 x 235mm) COM10 = No. 10 Envelope (4.1 x 9.5”) MONARCH = Monarch Envelope (3.9 x 7.5”) DL = DL Envelope (110 x 220mm) C5 = C5 Envelope (162 x 229mm) &l int A Where int is one of the following: 25 = A5 (148 x 210mm) * 26 = A4 (210 x 297mm) 27 = A3 (297 x 420mm) 45 = B5 (182 x 257mm) 46 = B4 (257 x 364mm

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Feature Implementation Values Media @PJL SET MEDIASOURCE Where value is one of the following: Source = value TRAY1: Feed from paper tray1 TRAY2: Tray2 TRAY3: Tray3 TRAY4: Tray4 TRAY5: Tray5 (Bypass) &l int H Where int is one of the following: 0: Feed paper from default tray 4: Tray1 1: Tray2 5: Tray3 8: Tray4 20 = Auto 2 or 3 = Tray5 (Bypass) Output @PJL SET OUTBIN = value Where value is one of the following: Location UPPER: Center Tray MAINTRAY: Center Tray CENTERTR

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Feature Implementation Values Punch @PJL SET PUNCH = Where value1 is one of the following: value1 TOP RIGHT LEFT BOTTOM NONE @PJL SET JOBATTR = Where value2 is one of the following: ”@PNHN = value2” TWO: 2 holes THREE: 3 holes FOUR: 4 holes Folding @PJL SET JOBATTR = Where value1 is one of the following: "@FOLD = value1" BIFOLDINSIDE :Bi-Folding(single page) BIFOLDMULTIOUTSIDE:Bi-Folding(multi page) The "Collated" feature needs to be enabled for the booklet function

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Feature Implementation Values &l int X Where int is: 1-999 Simplex @PJL SET DUPLEX = Where value1 is one of the following: value1 OFF: simplex &l int s Where int is one of the following: 0: simplex Duplex @PJL SET DUPLEX = Where value1 is one of the following: value1 ON: duplex Where value2 is one of the following: @PJL SET BINDING = LONGEDGE value2 SHORTEDGE (value2 is used combined with value1 = ON) &l int s Where int is one of the following: 1: Duplex Long E

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Feature Implementation Values Job Based @PJL SET JOBATTR = Where string1 is a maximum of 32 characters Accounting "@JOAU = string1" (ASCII characters in the range 20h - 7EH only) as job owner (Capital character & small Or character is distinguished) Auditron Where string2 is a maximum of 12 characters @PJL SET JOBATTR = (ASCII characters in the range 20h - 7Eh only) "@JOAP = string2" as password without encryption. It can be null (zero length string) Where string3 is

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Sample PJL Headers This section contains examples of these commands in use. Example 1 Simple Print %-12345X@PJL JOB MODE=PRINTER @PJL COMMENT Beginning PCL Job @PJL SET OUTBIN=MAINTRAY @PJL SET QTY=1 @PJL SET RESOLUTION=600 @PJL SET JOBATTR="@JOAU=John" Example 2 Finishing Options (Stapling) %-12345X@PJL JOB MODE=PRINTER @PJL SET OUTBIN=OUTBIN101 @PJL SET FINISH=ON @PJL SET STAPLE=TOPLEFT

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Example 6 Finishing Options (Bi-Folding(single page)) %-12345X@PJL JOB MODE=PRINTER @PJL SET OUTBIN=BOOKLETTRAY @PJL SET FINISH=NONE @PJL SET STAPLE=NONE @PJL SET JOBATTR="@FOLD=BIFOLDINSIDE" @PJL SET JOBATTR="@BKSG=LEFT" Example 7 Proof Print %-12345X@PJL JOB MODE=PRINTER @PJL SET HOLD=PROOF @PJL SET USERNAME="John" @PJL SET JOBNAME="Job1" Example 8 Confidential (Secure) Print without e

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PCL/PJL Feature Dependencies/Caveats All PJL commands must be in the first 2,500 bytes of the job. To combine printer escape commands (not including PJL commands): - The first two characters after the MUST be the same. - All alpha characters MUST be lowercase, except the final terminating character. - The commands are read left to right. Combine commands in the order you wish them to execute. For example, combine print 5 copies (&|5X) and use letter size (&|2A) as

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Font Name PCL Escape Command Courier Italic ((s1p12v1s0b4099T Courier Bold Italic ((s1p12v1s3b4099T Garamond Antiqua ((s1p12v0s0b4197T Garamond Halbfett ((s1p12v0s3b4197T Garamond Kursiv ((s1p12v1s0b4197T Garamond Kursiv Halbfett ((s1p12v1s1b4197T Line Printer (Roman-8) (8U(s0p16.67h8.5v0s0b0T Line Printer (Latin-1) (0U(s0p16.67h8.5v0s0b0T Line Printer (PC-8) (10U(s0p16.67h8.5v0s0b0T Line Printer

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Font Name PCL Escape Command ((s1p12v0s2b24623T ITC Bookman Demi ITC Bookman Demi Italic ((s1p12v1s2b24623T ((s1p12v4s0b24580T Helvetica Narrow Helvetica Narrow Oblique ((s1p12v5s0b24580T ((s1p12v4s3b24580T Helvetica Narrow Bold Helvetica Narrow Bold Oblique ((s1p12v5s3b24580T ((s1p12v0s0b24703T New Century Schoolbook Roman New Century Schoolbook Italic ((s1p12v1s0b24703T ((s1p12v0s3b24703T Ne

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PostScript This WorkCentre supports PS 3 commands that enable the features listed in the following table. Feature Description Media Size This command specifies the size of media on which to print the job. Media Direction This command specifies the edge of the input medium that will enter the printing engine or imager first and across which data will be imaged. Values reflect positions relative to a canonical page in portrait orientation (width smaller than height): Media Source This co

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Feature Description Punch This command indicates hole punches for a print job on a device with hole punch capability. Booklet This command enables you to print documents as small booklets. If available on your printer, you can also have your job folded or stapled. Interleaving Paper Insert blank sheet between OHP sheets. (Transparency Separator) Process Color Model Select process color model (DeviceGray, DeviceRGB, DeviceCMYK,,,) RGB Correction Specify whether you apply RGB correction

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PostScript Implementation The following table contains the PostScript commands and shows the syntax required to use the feature. Following the table are examples of commands and a PS file. For more details about PostScript commands, refer to the PostScript Language Reference Manual, Third Edition, ISBN 0-201-37992-8. PostScript Print Features/Implementation In the following table, default values are marked with an asterisk (*). Feature Implementation Values Media Size <

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Feature Implementation Values [649 918] = C4 Envelope (229 x 324mm) [459 649] = C5 Envelope (162 x 229mm) Media <> Where int is one of the following: Direction setpagedevice 0 = Short Edge; top of canonical page 1 = Long Edge; right side of canonical page 2 = Short Edge; bottom of canonical page 3 = Long Edge; left side of canonical page null = Auto* Media Source <> Where int is one of the following: setpagedevice 0 = Tray1 1 = Tray2 2 =

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Feature Implementation Values user 3 = Custom 3 user 4 = Custom 4 user 5 = Custom 5 holed = Hole Punched letterhead = Letterhead preprinted = Pre-Printed other = Other thin = Lightweight thick1 = Heavyweight (HW) (106 - 169g/m2) thick1 side2 = HW Reload (106 - 169g/m2) thick2 = Extra HW (X-HW) (170 - 256g/m2) thick2 side2 = X-HW Reload (170 - 256g/m2) envelope = envelope paper coating1 = Gloss (106 - 169g/m2) coating1 side2 = Gloss Reload (106 - 169g/m2) coating2 = HW Gloss

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Feature Implementation Values thick2 side2[B] = Extra HW (X-HW) B Reload thick2 side2[C] = Extra HW (X-HW) C Reload thick2 side2[S] = Extra HW (X-HW) S Reload Media Type <> Where string is any value or null*. setpagedevice (MediaType will not affect tray selection.) Media <> true = Deferred media selection by output setpagedevice device (more powerful and flexible media selection)* fa

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Feature Implementation Values Halftone <> 1 = for photograph screen >> 2 = most suitable screen* setpagedevice Output <> Where string is one of the following or null*: Location setpagedevice CENTER TRAY1 = Center tray CENTER TRAY2 = Center tray - upper TOP TRAY = Right Top Tray (w/ B- Finisher


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