In a recent blog post titled But My Sales Rep Said I Could Print on Thick Paper or Specialty Stock, we discussed how to print using different paper stocks from a Windows PC, but what if you use a Mac? According to the latest numbers from NetMarketShare, the Mac now accounts for nearly 10 percent of all computers currently in use.
You may not realize it, but you work with people who have a secret. It's their secret stash of paper. It might be thick cardstock, photo paper or neon yellow with polka dots. Hold back your urge to start rifling through desks, it's not like they would print business cards for their side hustle, family photos, or party invitations, since coworkers would never do that! 😇
The inventory labels your customer service team prints or the full color brochure that your designer needs you to sign off on are legitimate print jobs on special paper that get ruined every day.
You know exactly how it happens... you load label paper in the printer tray, walk back to your desk and hit print only to find that Dennis from Accounting beat you to it and now his spreadsheet is printed on your label paper!
We covered this topic for Windows users in a previous post, but it's time to enlighten our Mac users. Let's get started!
We hear it all the time, "My sales rep said I could print on different paper stocks with different thickness, but so far I've had no luck."
But it's true! You can print on different paper stocks on your Lanier, Ricoh or Savin multifunction printer (MFP) as long as you follow some simple steps.
Print drivers and MFPs like to properly communicate so they're on the same page (pun intended). When there's conflict between the driver and printer, you get annoying mismatches, poor print quality and the occasional misfeed, jam or something worse.
Does this battle sound all too familiar?
You’ve just finished up your document and you’re ready to print on that special paper. (You know, the paper from the secret stash you’ve been hiding away.) You load your paper into the paper tray, walk back to your desk and hit print only to find that two other people beat you to it and now their documents have printed on your nice paper.
They are upset with you because they have to go reprint their documents and you’re upset with them since your special paper is hard to come by these days!
Maybe you need to print a confidential document and just aren't sure how to print securely.
You’ve been there, right?
We want to fill you in on a couple of functions on your Lainer, Ricoh or Savin multifunction printer (MFP) that you may not realize exist – Hold Print and Locked Print.
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