Tuesday, 27 March 2012

how to Print a Web page (Windows only) in Hp Printer



You can print a Web page from your Web browser on the HP Printer.
If you use Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher for Web browsing, you can use HP Smart
Web Printing to ensure simple, predictable web printing with control over what you
want and how you want it printed. You can access HP Smart Web Printing from the
toolbar in Internet Explorer. For more information about HP Smart Web Printing, see
the help file provided with it.
To print a Web page
1. Make sure you have paper loaded in the main input tray.
2. On the File menu in your Web browser, click Print.
3. Make sure the product is the selected printer.
4. If your Web browser supports it, select the items on the Web page that you want to include in the printout.
For example, in Internet Explorer, click the Options tab to select options such as
As laid out on screen, Only the selected frame, and Print all linked documents.
5. Click Print or OK to print the Web page


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Borderless printing lets you print to the edges of certain photo media types and a
range of standard media sizes.
To print a borderless document (Windows)
1. Load the appropriate media. For more information,.
2. Open the file that you want to print.
3. From the application, open the printer driver:
a. Click File, and then click Print.
b. Click Properties, Setup, or Preferences.
4. Select the print settings shortcut you want to use.
5. Change any other print settings, and then click OK.
6. Print the document.
7. If you printed on photo media with a tear-off tab, remove the tab to make the
document completely borderless.
To print a borderless document (Mac OS X)
1. Load the appropriate media. For more information2. Open the file that you want to print.
3. Click File, and then click Page Setup
4. Select the borderless media size, and then click OK.
5. Click File, and then click Print.
6. Open the Paper Type/Quality panel.
7. Click the Paper tab, and then select the media type from the Paper type dropdown
List
8. Check the Borderless Printing tab and make sure Borderless is selected, and
change the Borderless Expansion if you want.
9. If you are printing photos, select Best from the Quality drop-down list.
Alternatively, select Maximum dpi, which provides up to 4800 x 1200 optimized

To print on special or custom-sized media (Windows)
1. Load the appropriate media. For more information,
2. With a document open, click Print on the File menu, and then click Setup,
Properties, or Preferences.
3. Click the Features tab.
4. Select the media size from the Size drop-down list. If you do not see the media
size, create a custom media size.
To set a custom media size
a. Select Custom from the drop-down list.
b. Type a name for the new custom size.
c. In the Width and Height boxes, type the dimensions, and then click Save.
d. Click OK twice to close the properties or preferences dialog box. Open the
dialog box again.
e. Select the new custom size.
5. Select the paper type in the Paper type drop-down list.
6. Select the media source from the Paper source drop-down list.
7. Change any other settings, and then click OK.
8. Print your document.
To print on special or custom-sized media (Mac OS X)
1. Load the appropriate media. For more information, see.
2. On the File menu, click Page Setup
3. Verify you have selected the HP device.
4. Select the media size.
To set a custom media size:
a. Click Manage Custom Sizes in the Paper Size pull-down menu.
b. Click New, and type a name for the size in the Paper Size Name box.
c. In the Width and Height boxes, type the dimensions and set the margins, if
desired.
d. Click Done or OK, and then click Save.
5. On the File menu, click Page Setup, and then select the new custom size.
6. Click OK.
7. On the File menu, click Print.
8. Open the Paper Handling panel.
9. Under Destination Paper Size, click the Scale to fit paper size tab, and then
select the customized paper size.
10. Change any other desired settings, and then click OK or Print.

how to Internet Printing Protocol (IPP) Defined in Hp Printer




Introduction
This document defines IPP and provides examples of how it eases printer configuration
and management. It also demonstrates how MultiNet and TCPware have a competitive
advantage over HP’s TCP/IP Services in printing because of its support for the IPP standard.


Printing Protocol Background
There are many proprietary printers on the market today because there are limited
protocol standards for printing (until the introduction of IPP). For example, LPR/LPD is based on a UNIX standard that was adopted by other operating systems, such as
OpenVMS and Windows. The protocol supports simple printing functionality (it was developed for line printers). Printer vendors have developed proprietary extensions to handle more robust printing features, such as double-sided printing. Printer vendors alsohave developed proprietary printing protocols. HP printers running on OpenVMS
operating system use the DCPS print symbiont.


Internet Printing Protocol (IPP) Overview
The IPP is an IETF standard application-level protocol that can be used for distributed
printing (RFC 2567). It allows an end user to print to a remote printer (including over the
Internet), using the same methods and operations as if the printer was local. The primary
goal of the Printer Working Group (under the IETF) is to deliver a standard off-the-shelf
solution. The standard addresses more than just submitting a print job (like the LPD
standard); it allows users to interact with printers in real-time in order to find out about
target printer capabilities, inquire about the status of a job or cancel a job that has been
submitted. IPP is independent of operating systems because it is based on web browser
and HTTP technology.
Many major vendors have adopted this standard. In 1998, nineteen companies
demonstrated interoperability using this protocol. Most notably Microsoft is supporting it
in Windows 2000 and Hewlett Packard supports the protocol in their Laser Jet printer
product line. To find out more about companies that are adopting the IPP standard, go to
Industry analysts have predicted that IPP will eventually replace LPD. IPP version 1 and
1.1 is being deployed today, but because the protocol is flexible and extendable, it has the.
ability to easily evolve, as printing needs change. Since LPD will be in use for some time
in the future, the IETF has provided some specifications on mapping LPD functionality to
IPP so that a gateway can be used between the two protocols.
Some examples of the standard printing features defined in the IPP RFC are:
Client Requests
· View job status-how many jobs in the queue, defaults, assigned priorities, is the
printer on-line?
· Cancel print job
· Find a printer by name, location or attributes (capabilities)
· Verify characteristics of printer-duplex, color, collating
· Submit printing-set parameters such as number of copies, two-sided, etc.
· Operator notification-Out of paper, out of ink alert, etc.
Server Response
· Received the print job and queued it
· Received the print job and printing it
· Received the print job and it failed–includes why it failed, state of printer, and how much printed
· Received print job, but couldn’t print–includes why it could not print and the state of the printer
· Did not receive the complete print job (e.g., communication error)


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how to Bluetooth wireless connection in Hp Printer




This section describes how to set up and configure the printer for a Bluetooth wireless connection. For an
overview of Bluetooth, see About Bluetooth.
You can configure Bluetooth wireless settings during software installation (setup), or you can configure
settings later using the Toolbox (Windows) or HP Printer Utility (Mac OS



The following sections describe how to set up a Bluetooth wireless connection.


To set up a Bluetooth wireless connection (Windows)


1. Close any running applications.
2. Insert the Starter CD into the CD drive. The CD menu runs automatically.
If the CD menu does not start automatically, double-click the Setup icon on the Starter CD.
3. On the CD menu, click Install Printer Driver.
4. Select Other Port when prompted for the port.
5. Select Skip when prompted to connect the printer.
6. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the software installation.
7. Using the host Bluetooth software on your computer, locate the COM port number for the Bluetooth
Client assigned to your Bluetooth device. For example, if you are using a 3Com Bluetooth adapter on
your computer, open the Bluetooth Connection Manager, select COM Ports from the Tools menu, and
take note of the COM port number of the 3Com Bluetooth Serial Client port.
8. From the Windows desktop, click the Start button, point to Settings, and then click Printers or Printers
and Faxes.
9. Right-click the printer icon, and then click Properties.
10. Click the Ports tab and select the COM port as identified in step 6.
11. Click Apply, and then click OK.
To configure Bluetooth wireless settings after you have set up the printer, see Configuring Bluetooth
wireless settings.

To set up a Bluetooth wireless connection (Mac OS)


1. Connect the printer to your computer with a USB cable.
2. Open System Preferences, and from the Hardware list click Bluetooth. Make sure Bluetooth is turned on.
3. Insert the Starter CD into the CD drive.
Double-click the CD icon on the desktop, and then double-click the Setup icon. Also, you can locate
the Installer folder on the Starter CD.
4. Click Install Driver and follow the onscreen instructions.
5. Open the Printer Setup Utility or Print Center, which is located in the Applications\Utilities folder.
6. Click Add.
7. Select Bluetooth from the menu.
8. Select the printer from the printer list, and then click Add. A mark appears beside the printer name,indicating that this printer is now the default printer.
9. Close the Print Center.
To configure Bluetooth wireless settings after you have set up the printer,

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how to configure multiple printers for 802.11 (Windows) in Hp Printer



You can use the Wireless Profile Configuration Utility to conveniently set up multiple printers for wireless
connection. This utility exports the printer’s wireless profile settings to a USB Flash drive. You can then
configure other printers with these settings by inserting the flash drive into another printer’s USB host port.
To use the Wireless Profile Configuration Utility


1. Insert the 802.11 wireless printer card into the every printers’ CF card slot.
2. Connect the USB Flash drive to one printer’s USB host port. For the location of this port,
When the USB Flash drive is inserted, the 802.11 wireless printer card lights will turn off. The lights willturn on again after the 802.11 settings have been configured on the USB Flash drive.
3. Close any running applications.
4. Insert the Starter CD into the CD drive. The CD menu runs automatically.
If the CD menu does not start automatically, double-click the Setup icon on the Starter CD.
5. On the CD menu, click Enterprise Solutions, and then click Wireless Profile Configuration Utility.
6. Follow the onscreen instructions to export the printer’s wireless profile settings to a USB Flash drive and
then configure the other printers by moving the USB Flash drive to the USB host port of each printer.


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You can set up your printer on any wireless network if you have a USB cable nearby to use for a
temporary connection. Follow these steps to create a wireless connection to the printer:
1. Get all of the necessary settings for the wireless network..
2. Close any running applications.
3. Insert the Starter CD into the CD drive. The CD menu runs automatically.
If the CD menu does not start automatically, double-click the Setup icon on the Starter CD.
4. On the CD menu, click Install Printer Driver (Windows) or Install Driver (Mac OS).
5. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the software installation.
a. Enter the wireless network settings in the dialogs.
b. Temporarily connect a USB cable when prompted.
c. Mac OS only: Complete the installation using the HP Deskjet 460 Network Setup Tool, which
launches automatically during setup.
NOTE: When new 802.11 settings are sent to the printer to configure one of the wireless profiles, the
printer will turn off and then back on again (power cycle) to enable the settings.
To configure additional 802.11 wireless profiles after you have set up the printer, see Configuring and

To set up on an existing network with no USB cable
This section describes connecting to an existing network with settings other than the factory defaults, or
setting up a new ad hoc (Windows) or computer to computer (Mac OS) network that does not use the
factory defaults, when all of the following conditions are true:
• You have a computer with 802.11.
• You do not have a USB cable.
• You have never set up the printer to connect wirelessly.
If all of the above are true, then you will need to do the following:
1. Set up the printer with a wireless connection using the factory defaults. See
2. Configure one of the three positions of the wireless profile switch with the desired network settings
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how to set up a computer to computer (ad hoc) connection using factory defaults with no USB in Hp Printer



cable (Mac OS)
You can set up your printer on a wireless computer to computer (ad hoc) network using the default settings
even if you have no USB cable. Follow these steps to connect to the printer using the factory default
settings:
1. Print a wireless configuration page by holding down (Cancel button) for more than 2 seconds.
2. Open the AirPort Setup Assistant, and then follow the onscreen instructions for joining an existing
wireless network. Use hpsetup as the existing network to join.
3. Insert the Starter CD into the CD drive. The CD menu runs automatically.
If the CD menu does not start automatically, double-click the Setup icon on the Starter CD.
4. On the CD menu, click Install Driver.
5. On the Connection Type screen, select Wireless Network, and then click Done.
6. On the Welcome screen, click Continue.
7. Select Wireless from the printer list drop-down menu.
8. Select the printer in the printer name list, and then click Continue.
If the printer does not appear in the list, wait for a minute and then click Rescan.
9. Enter hpsetup as the network name, and then click Apply.
10. Select None for wireless security, and then click OK.
11. Click Send Settings to send the settings to the printer.

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To set up using ad hoc mode and factory defaults with no USB cable (Windows) in Hp Printer



You can set up your printer on a wireless ad hoc network using the default settings even if you have no
USB cable. Follow these steps to connect to the printer using its factory default ad hoc network settings:
1. Open the configuration utility for your computer’s wireless network card, then do the following:
a. Create a new wireless profile with the following values:
• Communication mode: ad hoc
• Network name (SSID): hpsetup
• Security (encryption): disabled
b. Activate the profile.
2. Wait two minutes for the printer to obtain an IP address, then print a wireless configuration page by
holding down (Cancel button) for more than two seconds.
3. On the configuration page, verify the following for the printer’s network settings:
• Communication mode: ad hoc
• Network name (SSID): hpsetup
• The IP address is not 0.0.0.0

If one of the previous conditions is not true, then repeat the preceding steps.
4. Close any running applications.
5. Insert the Starter CD into the CD drive. The CD menu runs automatically.
If the CD menu does not start automatically, double-click the Setup icon on the Starter CD.
6. On the CD menu, click Install Printer Driver.
7. On the Connection Type screen, select Wireless, and then click Next.
8. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the software installation.

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how to up using ad hoc mode and factory defaults with a USB cable (Windows and Mac OS) in Hp Printer




Mac OS) in Hp Printer


You can set up your printer on a wireless ad hoc network (Windows) or computer to computer network
(Mac OS) using the default settings if you have a USB cable nearby for a temporary connection. Follow
these steps to connect to the printer using its factory default ad hoc network settings:
1. Close any running applications.
2. Insert the Starter CD into the CD drive. The CD menu runs automatically.
If the CD menu does not start automatically, double-click the Setup icon on the Starter CD.
3. On the CD menu, click Install Printer Driver (Windows) or Install Driver (Mac OS).
4. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the software installation, temporarily connecting a USB
cable when prompted. Mac OS only: Complete the installation using the HP Deskjet 460 Network
Setup Tool, which launches automatically during setup.


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how to Printing from Pocket PC devices in HP Printer




Printing from Pocket PC devices in HP Printer
Certain Pocket PC models support 802.11 and Bluetooth wireless printing. Some Pocket PC devices come
with wireless integrated and some require you to install a separate wireless card in your device to enable
802.11 or Bluetooth printing.
You can install a Pocket PC printer driver to print wirelessly from your Pocket PC, if it is not already
preinstalled

If you are using a Pocket PC or Palm OS device, you can use the Toolbox software for PDAs to configure
802.11 and Bluetooth wireless settings for wireless printing. See Toolbox software for PDAs (Pocket PCand Palm OS).
For printing instructions, see To print from Pocket PC devices.
For an overview of 802.11 and Bluetooth printing, see 802.11 and Bluetooth wireless printing.
For detailed information about setting up and configuring wireless settings for the printer, see 802.11
wireless connection and Bluetooth wireless connection.
To install the Pocket PC printer driver
Install the Pocket PC printer driver from a desktop or notebook computer to a Pocket PC, such as an HP
iPAQ, through Microsoft ActiveSync.

1. Download the installer program from to a computer running Windows.
2. Save the installer program.
3. Connect the Pocket PC to the computer.

 If you need help connecting with ActiveSync, see the Pocket PC user’s guide.
4. Double-click the executable file you downloaded on the computer.
The installer program copies the necessary files to the Pocket PC.
Printing from Palm OS devices
You can print from Palm OS devices using an 802.11 or Bluetooth wireless connection and the Printboy
utility. Some Palm OS devices come with wireless integrated and some require you to install a separate
wireless card in your device to enable 802.11 or Bluetooth printing.
The Printboy utility enhances the formatting for documents printed from standard Palm OS applications
such as the Address, Memo Pad, To Do List, Date Book, and Mail options. It also allows you to print using
Documents To Go enables you to print MS Word and MS Excel files. Find Documents To Go on the CD
that came with your Palm OS device or visit the DataViz website.
For an overview of 802.11 and Bluetooth printing, see 802.11 and Bluetooth wireless printing.
For detailed information about setting up and configuring wireless settings on the printer, see 802.11
wireless connection and Bluetooth wireless connection.

To print using standard Palm OS applications
For instructions on using Printboy to print from standard Palm OS applications, see the documentation that
came with the Printboy utility or that came with your Palm OS device.
If you are using a Pocket PC or Palm OS device, you can use the Toolbox software for PDAs to configure
802.11 and Bluetooth wireless settings for wireless printing. See Toolbox software for PDAs (Pocket PC


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If you have a mobile phone that supports Bluetooth and you have installed a Bluetooth wireless printer
card in your printer, you can print from your phone.
Some phones have HP’s Mobile Printing Application software installed, which can increase the quality of
the output. Visit download this application if it is available for
your phone and not preinstalled. Other printing applications might be available from your phone
manufacturer that support this printer.
: HP Mobile Printing Application version 2.0 and later are supported. You can download the latest
version from or from your phone manufacture’s website.
See the documentation for your phone’s printing application for information on printing items such as:
Images
Messages: Email, short message service (SMS), and multimedia messaging system (MMS)
Contacts
Calendar
Notes
Use the following steps to install the Mobile Printing Application on your phone if it is not already
installed. For help using these steps, see your mobile phone documentation or visit the manufacturer’s
support website.
1. Download the Mobile Printing Application to a computer from or
from your phone manufacturer’s website.
In this example, the name of the downloaded file is print.sis.
2. Transfer the print.sis file from the computer to the phone using one of the following methods.
• Email: Attach the print.sis file to an email, send the email to your email address, then open the
email on your phone.
• Bluetooth: If your computer has Bluetooth, use your computer’s Bluetooth utility to discover the
phone, then send the print.sis file from the computer to the phone.
• Infrared: Align the phone’s infrared lens with the computer’s infrared lens. Use the Wireless Link
feature in Windows to send the print.sis file to the phone.
3. Open the print.sis file on your phone.
4. Follow the onscreen instructions to install the application.
5. Verify that the Mobile Printing Application has been installed by scrolling through the phone’s main
menu to find the Print icon.
If you don’t see the Print icon, then repeat steps 3-5.
Print a file using one of the following methods, or see the documentation for your phone’s printing
application for information about printing.
NOTE: The printer ships with built-in fonts for Bluetooth printing. Certain models include Asian fonts for
printing from mobile phones. The fonts included depend on the country/region where the printer was
purchased. See Printer specifications.
Mobile Printing Application
Bluetooth Send

The printer supports printing from a variety of mobile devices and memory cards, such as:
Cameras
Mobile phones
PDAs
You can print photographs directly from a digital camera or directly from a memory card, or you can
transfer the photos from the card or camera to your computer and print them from a software application,
such as HP Photo Printing Software. Also, you can print photos directly from a PictBridge-compatible
camera.
If your digital camera uses a Type I CompactFlash™ (CF) card, SD card, or MMC, you can insert the card
into the printer to print your photos. Your camera must support Digital Print Order Format (DPOF) version 1
or 1.1 in order to print directly from the card to the printer. DPOF files also automatically print directly from
a USB Flash drive that is connected to the USB port of the printer.
See Printing from memory cards and USB Flash drives for more information.
Your printer can print with six-ink color to enhance the quality of printed photographs. Print high-quality
grayscale photographs by using a black print cartridge and a tri-color print cartridge, or by using a gray
photo print cartridge and a tri-color print cartridge. To perform six-ink color printing, a photo and a tricolor
print cartridge must be installed together.
NOTE: You can print high-quality black-and-white photographs using a gray photo print cartridge,
combined with the tri-color print cartridge.
For the best results when printing photographs and images, choose Best mode and select an HP photo
paper in the printer driver. Best mode uses HP's unique PhotoREt IV color-layering technology and
ColorSmart III color optimization technology to create realistic photo images, vivid color output, and
extremely sharp text. With PhotoREt IV, a greater range of colors, lighter tones, and smoother
gradations between tones can be achieved, ensuring the best photo and image print quality.
Alternatively, select Maximum dpi, which provides up to 4800 x 1200 optimized dpi* for optimum
print quality.
*Up to 4800 x 1200 optimized dpi for color printing and 1200 input dpi. This setting might
temporarily use a large amount of hard disk space (400 MB or more) and will print more slowly. Photo
cartridge, if present, further enhances the print quality.
It is recommended to remove each sheet of paper as it prints and set it aside to dry.
If the printed colors visibly shift towards yellow, cyan or magenta, or there is a tinge of color in the
gray shades, you need to calibrate the color. See Calibrating color.
If you install photo print cartridges, align the print cartridges for best possible print quality. You do not
need to align the print cartridges every time you install a photo print cartridge, only when necessary.
See Aligning the print cartridges.
Always hold photo paper by the edges. Fingerprints on photo paper reduce print quality.
Photo paper should be flat before printing. If the corners of the photo paper curl more than
10 mm (3/8 inch), flatten the paper by putting it in the resealable storage bag, then rolling the bag
on a table edge until the paper is flat.
The printer supports standard PictBridge-compliant features. See your digital camera documentation for
more information about using its PictBridge features.
1. Connect the camera to the printer with the USB cable provided with the camera. The printer and
camera compare features, and the compatible features are displayed on the camera.
2. Navigate through the camera menus to execute the desired photo-printing features.
NOTE: The printer driver lets your computer read memory cards inserted into the printer as physical disk
drives when you are connected with a USB cable. You can then access your photo files and print them
with the software of your choice. (See Installing the printer software and sharing the printer (Windows).)
1. Insert the memory card into the correct card slot on the printer. Make sure the side of the card with the
connecting pins or holes is placed into the printer first.
2. Press (Cancel button) to cancel direct printing from the card. If your computer is connected to the
printer with a USB cable, the card then appears as a drive in Windows Explorer or on the Mac OS
desktop. You can then transfer the photo files to another drive on the computer or open and print your
photographs with the software application of your choice.