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.
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?