Mac force black and white printing
Nothing works the way it should work. If I had been using Macs all along, then perhaps I'd feel differently But everything is so different on a Mac, that I just can't seem to get used to it For crying out loud, the Home and End keys don't even work right!! And scrolling is wrong, too It scrolls up when I pull down on the mouse-scroll. Everything is backwards on the Mac I've truly grown to hate it the more I use it I'll not be buying another Mac, if I can help it Wish I'd never bought this one Call it a very expensive lesson learned May 10, AM.
I would have to agree.
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It would seem silly, but there are quite a few folks who buy them to run Windows only. Apple's reputation for quality hardware is what draws such buyers. There was someone here a while back who bought one to run straight, command line UNIX. That is a matter of learning the OS.
It's easier than you think
You know Windows up and down, not OS X. Some things are basically the same, other things are very different. You already know the basic concepts, but it would still drive you crazy for a while. What's up with that is it's not Windows.
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After years of using DOS and Windows before switching to the Mac, it still kind of drives me nuts, too. A very simple change in the System Preferences will put scrolling back to the "normal" direction. May 10, PM.
Dec 1, PM. More Less. Communities Contact Support. Sign in Sign in Sign in corporate. Browse Search. Ask a question. User profile for user: Laurence Laurence Mac OS X Speciality level out of ten: 0. All replies Drop Down menu. Loading page content. User profile for user: Kurt Lang Kurt Lang. Reply Helpful Thread reply - more options Link to this Post. Rather than changing it in each program, you'd need to adjust the printer properties themselves.
Unfortunately i really do not know how to do this on a Mac. Are you printing through a central print server or is everyone connecting directly to the printer? To add a little more information, the driver I'm using is the recommended driver. It is up to date and even has the "extra features" installed as well. Yes, it is in the driver on each machine. Yes, Mac printer drivers suck Even if you set the defaults on the printer, many apps still override those with the "last used" settings.
Similar behavior can be seen on PCs in Adobe's Acrobat. I'd love to be able to control the "fit to margins" versus "Print actual size" options from an MRSS report, but it just defaults to the last way the user printed a PDF. It's much easier to set up if you're using a print server. That way, you make a change and it happens for everyone, and you can make it so they can't change the print driver and other advanced settings , even if they have local admin privileges.
As others have said, it depends greatly on the print driver itself. Some are very detailed.
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Some are not. We have 3 Toshibas here.
The E-Studio e, e, and a E The Windows drivers are very detailed. On a print server, you go to the printer's properties, select the advanced tab and select "printer defaults. Granted, this is for Windows, but if the drivers are even remotely similar for Mac, seeing as how they're both Toshiba drivers, it may help you to navigate your current drivers better. Open Safari and go to As cool as the CUPS web interface is, it's not going to provide any options that the printer driver fails to. At last from above we can see it depends on the printer drivers and filter or software installed in our desktop if all this done properly then we have to follow some steps so our desired data will be printed in black and white.
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