This section explains how to staple output sheets using the printer driver.
With the optional finisher or optional booklet finisher installed, this printer can staple individual sets when printing multiple sets.
When using this function, make sure that the printer's option settings are correct. For details about option settings, see "Configuring the Options".
Listed below are the types of paper that this printer cannot staple. When using the staple function, use paper other than the following:
Thin Paper, Thick Paper 2, Thick Paper 3, Translucent Paper, OHP (Transparency), Label Paper
After creating a document, click [Print...] on the [File] menu.
The [Print] dialog box appears.
Select the icon for this printer, and then click [Preferences].
The [Printing Preferences] dialog box appears.
The printing preferences properties dialog box appears.
Click [Finishing] in the menu list.
Select the staple position in the [Staple:] list.
To specify a range of pages to be stapled, select [Page Range Settings...] in the [Setup] menu list.
Change other settings as required.
The [Printing Preferences] dialog box reappears.
If you are specifying a range of pages to be stapled, make sure PostScript is selected as the printer language. If any other printer language is selected, the staple range setting will not be applied. For details about [Page Range Settings...], see the printer driver Help.
Depending on the application, print settings may not be enabled and printed output may not be as expected.
When setting staple in the printer driver, make sure that the Collate check box is cleared in the application's [Print] dialog box. If collate is enabled in the application, printing will not be as intended.