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The EPSON Remote Configuration Manager lets you change the
printer’s default settings, update the printer with the new settings,
and save them in a configuration file which you can use any time.
This is especially convenient in a multi-printer network environment;
individual configuration files can be created for each printer’s specific
application requirements. The program works on these printers:
❏ FX-880+ in Okidata mode
Starting the Program 1. From the Start menu, select Programs (or All Programs), Epson Remote Configuration Mgr, and then click Epson Remote Configuration Manager. You see this window: 2. Select Create New Configuration and click OK. (If you want to make changes to a configuration file that was created earlier, see “Using an Existing Configuration File” on page 9.) You see the printer model window: 2
3. Turn the printer off, wait a moment, and turn it back on. 4. Choose your printer from the list and click Select. If you are using your printer in Okidata mode, be sure to select the Oki version for your printer. You see the Remote Configuration Manager screen: You can change settings in the Basic tab (shown above) and the Advanced tab. If you select the Advanced tab, you see this message: 3
5. Click OK to display the Advanced tab settings: See the following section to change the settings. 4
Changing the Printer Settings 1. Double-click the setting you want to change or select it from the list and click the Change Setting button. You see a window like this: 2. Select the value you want from the pull-down list or enter the setting you want and click OK. If you decide not to change a setting, click Cancel. Note: For more information about printer settings and options, see your printer documentation. When you finish making changes to the settings, you can either update the printe
Updating the Printer With the New Settings When you want the printer to use the new settings, you must update it as follows: 1. If the configuration file you want to use is not already open, open it now as described on page 9. 2. Click the Update Printer button. If the file has not been saved, you see this message: If you want to save your changes, click Yes. Enter a name for the file (keeping the extension .cfg), and click Save. (See “Saving the Configuration File” on page 8 for more infor
3. Make sure the correct interface is selected for your printer (Parallel, USB, TCP/IP, or Serial) and click Update. If you did not select the correct interface, or if the printer is not turned on or connected properly, you see one of these messages: Make sure the printer is connected properly and turned on. Then click Yes or OK to update the printer. Note: You may need to click the Update button again (step 2). You see this window: 4. Click OK. The control panel lights flash and the print
Saving the Configuration File If you want to save the changes you have made to the printer settings in a configuration file, do one of the following: ❏ To save a new configuration file or overwrite the current one with the new settings, click Save Configuration. If you are making changes to an existing file, the new settings overwrite the original ones. If this is a new file, you see this message: Type a file name with the extension .cfg Type a description of the file, if desired Enter a n
Using an Existing Configuration File If you already created a configuration file, you need to open it to: ❏ Check its settings ❏ Change one or more settings ❏ Update the printer with the configuration file settings Follow these steps: 1. Start the Remote Configuration Manager. 2. When you see the first screen (shown below), click the Open Existing Configuration button and click OK. You see a window like this: 9
3. Choose the file you want to open and click Select. You see the EPSON Remote Configuration Manager screen, shown on page 3. Now you can change any settings, if necessary. If you want to save your changes, click the Save Configuration button or select Save As from the file menu. 4. When you are ready to update the printer with the current settings, click the Update Printer button. Restoring Original or Default Settings If you made changes in the open configuration file but then change you
Creating a Binary File If you need to be able to change the printer’s settings from a DOS system, you can create a binary file. First make the changes to the printer settings that you want saved in the binary file. Then click the Create Binary File button. You see this window: Make sure Binary Files is selected as the file type and choose where you want to save the file. Type the name and the extension .bin. Then click Save. Copyright Notice All rights reserved. No part of this publication
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