Use Print dialog to:
When you install the printer software, Quality & Media in the Print dialog is set to these default settings:
You can open the Print dialog from almost any application:
Copies & Pages
Specify the number of copies you want to print (1-999).
Sort multiple copy jobs.
Print all of the pages in a document, print a range of pages, or print the current page.
Pages per Sheet
Print multiple pages of your document on a single sheet of paper.
a layout direction
Print the pages of your document in a specified order.
Print a border around each page of your document.
Save as File
Print your document to a PDF format.
Print your document in color and black ink.
Print your document in black ink.
Print Last Page First
Print your document in reverse page order.
Print your document as a mirror image.
Automatic Image Sharpening
Reduce the blurriness of the image.
Quality & Media
Choose the paper type. You can choose from Automatic, Plain, Coated, Glossy/Photo, Transparency, and Iron-On Transfer.
Your printer has a Paper type sensor that automatically detects the paper type loaded.
Choose a print quality. You can choose from Automatic, Quick, Normal, or Photo.
Normal print quality is recommended for most documents. Higher print quality settings result in better quality documents for some paper types, but take longer to print.
Lexmark 810 Series Utility
Get a direct link to the printer utility.
Get a direct link to the Help Center.
Get a direct link to a Web site with Lexmark contact numbers.
Get a direct link to the Lexmark Web site.
View software version on installed files.
View a summary of the current print settings.
The following buttons are at the bottom of the Print dialog:
Go to Help Center to find more information.
Show your document in full view and give you additional options for viewing and reviewing it prior to printing.
Save As PDF (Mac OS X version 10.2)
Print your document to file and Create a PDF.
Exit the Print dialog without making changes to the settings.
Initiate the printing.
Reset printer software settings to default
Understanding the printer software