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1st March 2004, 01:59 AM
I have a HP 720c deskjet printer, kinda old. It seems to always print in the high quality mode. Most of my printing is of the get ot on paper now so I can read it later. Draft is faster and doesn't use as much ink. I've looked through about all I can find on setting up a printer but can't find anything on this. Any help is appreciated.
3rd March 2004, 12:33 PM
We'll need a bit more info. SUch as what printing subsystem you're using. I'd assume CUPS since that's the default in FC1 now. It's usually under the print driver sections that you can change print quality size etc. What tool specifically are you using to configure things? redhat-config-printer?
3rd March 2004, 02:13 PM
It is CUPS that I'm using and with alot of testing I guess I have it about as "draft" mode as I'm gonna get it.. I'm using Gnome Print Manager. Thanx for the reply. I appreciate it.
14th March 2004, 04:01 PM
NP. Just for the record, these settings in GNOME are located in Driver Options, Printout quality in the "Edit a print queue" dialog for your printer.
Set to RESOLVED.
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