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Using the Virtual Printer

This section explains the virtual printer function.

The virtual printer is a pseudo printer that can only be recognized on a network. The virtual printer has various print options, such as feeding tray selection and duplex printing, which you can set in advance. You can also use the interrupt printing function. This function suspends the ongoing job and gives priority to a new job. If you use the virtual printer under UNIX, Solaris, and other operating systems, various print functions are possible without you having to manually enter the usual print commands.