Driver Printer Canon F 15 1300 Zip
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IJ Printer Driver for Linux (debian Packagearchive) & IJ Printer Driver for Linux (rpm Packagearchive): This software is a printer driver for printing using the Canon IJ printer.
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AirPrint is a technology built into most popular printer models, including the printers and print servers listed here. To use AirPrint, you don't need to install an app, additional drivers, or other software.
USB-only devices Similar to AirPrint printers, these USB devices allow you to print or scan without having to install additional drivers. Because they require a USB connection, they support driverless printing or scanning only from Mac computers.
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The Lexmark Universal Print Driver provide users and administrators with a standardized, one-driver solution for their printing needs. Instead of installing and managing individual drivers for each printer model, administrators can install the Lexmark Universal Print Driver for use with a variety of both mono and color laser printers and multi-function devices.
The latest version of the Universal Print Driver has the ability to update its user interface to reflect the features and options of any supported printer model. When the driver is connected to a printer through USB or over a network, the driver automatically updates its configuration, showing only the features and functions of a chosen printer model. For example, only the paper sizes, trays, paper types, finishing options, and other options that the printer supports are shown to the user.
Administrators can use the Printer Driver Configuration Utility to create driver configurations. A driver configuration is a group of saved printer driver settings and other options that is stored in a Driver Configuration File (DCF). You can also create subset driver configurations that work across different printer models. You can use the utility to:
Each package includes a Microsoft WHQL certified 32 and 64-bit PCL 5 emulation, PCL XL emulation, PS3 emulation and HBP universal printer driver. These driver packages will upgrade your existing installation of the universal printer driver.
The Mac UPD driver comes in 2 variants. The Color driver package is meant to work on color printers, whereas the Mono driver package will work on the mono printers. Each of the driver package comes in a DMG file format. These drivers will work for both ARM and Intel Architecture.
This page contains new printer drivers for WordPerfect for DOS 5.1 and 5.1+. If you are looking for printer drivers for WordPerfect for DOS 6.0, 6.1, or 6.2, go the 6.x printer drivers page.
If your printer was originally made before around 1996, you may be able to find a driver for it onCorel's driver download page. Go to the page; find your printer; download the self-extracting driver file.
(1) Search this page to see if your printer is supported by a driver on this page. Use Ctrl-F and search for the number (only) in the name of your printer. For example, if you have an HP LaserJet P2055dn, search for \"2055\" (no quotation marks) and make sure that you find a printer name that closely matches your own. For example, if your printer is the HP LaserJet P2055dn, you will find the close match \"HP LaserJet P2055 series\".
(2) If you do find a driver for your printer, proceed to step (3). If you do not find a match, read the first of thefrequently-asked questions which explains how to determine whether you may be able to use a driver designed for some other printer. If you find that you cannot use a driver for some other printer, exit this page, and use one of the solutions found onanother page. (If you paid less than around US$200 for your printer, you will probably need to use one of those solutions on the other page.)
(3) If you have found a driver for your printer on this page, then do the following. If (and only if) your printer is connected to your computer by a traditional parallel cable (which looks like this), proceed to step (4). If your printer is connected to your computer by a USB cable (which looks like this) or by a network connection, then proceed to another page and set up your computer so that WordPerfect for DOS can print to your printer; then (and only then) proceed to step(4).
Please read the general notes on these drivers and the frequently-asked questions and the advice on which printer to buy before you do anything else! Don't ignore this paragraph! If you don't know how todownload and install a printer driver, read the instructions.
If you are planning to buy a printer that is not listed on this page, please do NOT write to ask me if it will work with WordPerfect, and do NOT ask me which driver will work with it. Instead, please read the answer to the first of the frequently-asked questions below. (Or, alternatively, if you really want to know the answer, make an extremely generous contribution to this site, and I will try to find the answer for you.)
Important warning: I cannot guarantee that these drivers will work with your specific printer! In almost all cases, I have prepared the driver on the basis of information posted on a manufacturer's web site. That information may be mistaken, or refer to printers manufactured at an earlier time. If you buy a printer only because it is listed on this page, be prepared to return it if necessary. I believe that these drivers work, but I have no means of testing them with all the printers listed on this page.
Please leave feedback if these drivers need any corrections. For example, if you find that you need to press the manual feed button when printing, please let me know your exact printer model and the driver that you are using; I can make a correction in the driver to solve the problem. Slight errors in page margins (which may be a few millimeters away from their correct position) are also easy to fix, but only if you send me full details. When writing, please include your WPDOS version (5.1, 6.0, 6.1, 6.2), and the full name of your printer (for example, HP DeskJet 990cse), not just the number (\"HP 1100\" can mean any of four completely different printers; I cannot help unless you include the full name).
If your old documents do not print correctly after you install the driver for your new printer, that may be because, by default, when you open an old document, WordPerfect temporarily switches to the printer driver that was current when you last saved the document. Either use Shift-F7, Select, and switch to your new driver, or avoid the problem entirely by using Shift-F1, Initial Settings, and switch the setting named Format Retrieved Documents for Default Printer from No to Yes.
If you are experiencing problems printing under Windows, or you want to printto a USB printer for which you have a WPDOS driver (either from this site or fromCorel), see thesuggestions on this site's Windows printing page.
If you have a PostScript printer for which no specific WPDOS driver exists, you can probably use almost any standard PostScript driver. For monochrome printing, the Apple LaserWriter IINTX is always a safe choice; the Xerox DocuTech 135 driver gives access to a wide range of sheet sizes. For color printing, try the Tektronix Phaser ColorQuick driver. These drivers may be downloaded from Corel's driver download page; search for the printers by name. For PostScript Level 3printers, try the generic drivers available from thispage.
A full list of older WordPerfect printer drivers available from Corel's driver download page may befound in thisself-extractingprinter list archive from Corel's web site. A list of supported soft fontsmay be found in another self-extractingfont list archive from the same site.
Q. I can't find any driver on this page for the new Samsung (or Brother or Canon or Dell or Kyocera or Lexmark or something else) laser printer that I'm interested in buying. Can you tell me whether that printer works with one of your drivers A. I can't tell you, because I don't know. But you can very easily find out for yourself. Go to the manufacturer's web site, and look for the technical specifications of the printer. Look for a category with a name like \"emulations\" or \"printer languages\" or something similar. If you see either the words \"PCL5\" or \"PCL5e,\" then the printer has a good chance of working with mydrivers for the HP LaserJet 2400 or 4100 series. (Warning: If you see \"PCL6\" but you do not see \"PCL5e,\" then the printer may or may not include PCL5e support and may or may not work with my drivers. Some PCL6 printers also have PCL5e support, but not all.) If you see the word \"PostScript,\" then simply use the driver that came with your WP program for the \"Apple LaserWriter IINTX\" (use the \"Additional Printers\" item on the printer selection menu in WP). If you see the words \"PCL5c,\" then the printer is a color printer that has a good chance of working with mydrivers for HP Color LaserJets. But remember that there are no guarantees! The manufacturer's web site and specifications may be misleading or mistaken, or the printer may not work for any other reason. Remember:If you do not see either \"PCL5\" or \"PCL5e\" or \"PCL5c\" or \"PostScript\" listed, then do not buy the printer! If the specifications say \"PCL4,\" but not \"PCL5\" or \"PCL5e\" or \"PCL5c,\" then do not buy the printer! If the specifications say t