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HP DeskJet 1120C
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Contents Section Getting Started 1 • Understanding the Printer's Parts and Functions 2 • Setting Up 4 • Accessing Information 7 Section 2 Printing Basics • Loading Paper 8 • Replacing and Maintaining Print Cartridges 10 • Getting to Know Your Printer Software 11 • Changing Print Settings 12 • Printing with Special Features 13 • Using Your Printer on a Network 15 • Printing from DOS Software Programs 17 Section 3 Support • Troubleshooting 18 • Customer Support 21 • HP Supplies 23 Section 4 Specif
Understanding the Printer's Parts and Functions 9 1 8 2 3 5 7 10 11 6 12 4 4 6 Printer Parts Functions 1 Power Button and Indicator Turns the printer on and off. See the following section on "Printer Lights". 2 Resume Button and Indicator Indicates that user intervention is required. See the following section on "Printer Lights". 3 Cartridge Indicator Indicates print cartridges need user attention. 4 Paper Length/Width Adjuster Holds paper in place. 5 Alternative Top Media Feed Holds up to 10 sh
Section 1 - Getting Started Printer Lights The lights on the front panel of the printer indicate if the printer is on, in the process of receiving data, or in an error state. If the lights are... Then... Power Off The printer is off. Press the Power button to turn on the printer. Resume Off Cartridge Off Power On The printer is ready to print. You can send a document to the printer. Resume Off Cartridge Off Power Blinking The printer is receiving data from the computer or is printing. Resume Off
Setting Up Step 1 - Unpack 1 Check that the following items are included with the printer: • Power Cord • Black Print Cartridge • Color Print Cartridge • User’s Guide • Output Tray • Starter CD • Print Kit 2 Remove the packaging material and the four pieces of tape securing the printer (one at the back). 3 Open the top cover and remove the fifth piece of tape and white packing material from the inside of the printer. Step 2 - Install the Output Tray 1 Remove the output tray from its plast
Section 1 - Getting Started Step 3 - Connect the Cables Note: The cable that connects the printer to the computer is not supplied with the printer. You will need to purchase a parallel cable. HP recommends a high-quality IEEE-1284 compliant parallel printer cable (HP part number C2950A or C2951A). 1 Turn the computer off. 2 Connect one end of the printer cable to the parallel port on the back of the printer and snap both clips onto the notches of the connector. 3 Connect the other end of the pri
Step 5 - Insert Paper Main Bottom Media Tray 1 Raise the output tray and extend the paper width and length adjusters to the maximum. 2 Insert up to 150 sheets of paper aligning the right edge of the paper stack against the right side of the In-Tray, print side down. Slide the paper in until it stops. 3 Slide the paper width and length adjusters in until they press lightly against the paper stack. 4 Lower the output tray to its horizontal position. Alternative Top Media Feed 1 Extend the alternat
Section 1 - Getting Started If the install does not run automatically 1 Start Microsoft Windows and make sure no other Windows applications are running. 2 Insert the CD into your computer's CD-ROM drive. 3 Select File, Run in Windows 3.1 or select Start, Run in Windows 95/NT 4.0. 4 At the Command Line box, type the letter of your computer's CD-ROM drive, followed by :\INSTALL (for example, D:\INSTALL). 5 Follow the instructions that appear on the screen to complete installation. Step 7 - Align C
Loading Paper Your printer supports paper sizes from 4"x6" to 13”x19” . Paper may be loaded using one of the ways described below. Main Bottom Media Tray This is the default tray for loading commonly used paper. Holds up to 150 sheets of paper or 15 envelopes. Alternative Top Media Feed Designed for occasional printing such as printing on transparencies, labels or envelopes. Holds up to 10 sheets of paper or 3 envelopes. Rear Media Feed Provides a straight paper path for printing on thick paper
Section 2 - Printing Basics To print using the main tray: 1 Raise the output tray and extend the paper width and length adjusters to the maximum. 2a 2a Insert paper and align the right edge of the paper stack against the right side of the tray. Note: For printing on special media such as transparencies and envelopes, insert paper with the print side facing down. 2b For printing on cards, extend the card adjuster and slide in until 2b it presses lightly against the edge of the cards. 3 Slide the
Replacing and Maintaining Print Cartridges Replacing the Print Cartridges Note: Do not remove a print cartridge until you are ready to replace it. If one print cartridge is empty, the other will still print. However, the printer will not print unless both cartridges are in place. Use only recommended print cartridges (HP part no. 51645A for black and HP part no. C1823A for color). Damage to the printer or the print cartridge resulting from modifying or refilling the print cartridge is not the re
Section 2 - Printing Basics Getting to Know Your Printer Software Software This section provides an overview of the components and functions of your printer software. Printer Software Components Printer Software Components Printer Software Components Printer Software Components Printer Software Components The HP DeskJet 1120C printer driver is equipped with special printing capabilities (see Printing with Special Features), and enhanced print time functions (see details below). In addition, the
Changing Print Settings Select Your Printer To use your HP DeskJet 1120C printer, make sure that it is selected as the default printer. To select your printer as the default printer - Windows 95 and Windows NT 4.0 1 Click Start, select Settings followed by Printers. 2 Click the HP DeskJet 1120C printer icon to select it. 3 From the File menu, select Set As Default, then close the window. To select your printer as the default printer - Windows 3.1 1 In the Program Manager, open the Main program g
Section 2 - Printing Basics Printing with Special Features The HP DeskJet 1120C printer driver allows you to create exciting and impactful documents easily. These features will help you to produce professional-looking documents like direct mailer, brochures, large spreadsheets, newsletter and extra large posters from your desktop. HP ZoomSmart Scaling Technology Billboard Allows you to enlarge or reduce a selected print job. Allows you to enlarge your page and prints sections of that page onto
HP DeskJet HP DeskJet HP DeskJet HP DeskJet HP DeskJet 1120C HP DeskJet 1120C HP DeskJet 1120C HP DeskJet 1120C HP Desk HP Desk HP Desk HP Desk HP Desk HP Desk 2-Sided Printing Banner Allows you to print on both sides of a page. Allows you to print on continuous feed. Usage Usage Prints party and exhibition banners easily. Prints professional looking double-sided documents like newsletters, brochures and catalogues. Tips Use only HP Banner Paper and make sure you tear Tips one sheet more than is
Section 2 - Printing Basics Using Your Printer on a Network The HP DeskJet 1120C printer can be shared in a network environment by connecting it directly to a network via an optional HP JetDirect external print server. You may also share your printer using Windows printer sharing methods. Refer to the topic "Use the printer on a network" on the "How Do I?" tab in the HP DeskJet 1120C Toolbox. If you are using JetDirect EX Plus, it is recommended that you upgrade your firmware to E.05.13. Check t
At the client : 1 Install the printer software from the Starter CD (see page 6). 2 When prompted for the printer name and port, choose “HP DeskJet 1120C Printer” and either “None” or the Port (LPT1:) for the port that you wish to redirect the printer to. Click OK. 3 Continue installation until complete, then restart Windows. 4 Select Printers from the Windows Control Panel, click on the HP DeskJet 1120C printer icon, then click Connect. 5 Choose the port to which the printer is connected (for e
Section 2 - Printing Basics Printing from DOS Software Programs When printing in DOS, there are two different ways you can adjust print settings: the HP DeskJet Control Panel for DOS and DOS printer drivers. HP DeskJet Control Panel for DOS DOS users have access to many printer features through specific DOS printer drivers; however, many software manufacturers do not develop printer drivers for their software programs. Use the DeskJet Control Panel to specify the default printer setting for prin
Troubleshooting A blank page is printed • Check the print cartridges for tape Check the print cartridges for tape Check the print cartridges for tape Check the print cartridges for tape Check the print cartridges for tape Make sure you remove the protective plastic tape Nothing is printed that covers the ink nozzles. • Be patient Be patient Be patient Be patient Be patient • Check for an empty print cartridge Check for an empty print cartridge Check for an empty print cartridge Check for an empt
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