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These printers are intended to be compatible with the PostScript language. This means these printers recognize PostScript commands used in various application programs, and that the printer emulates the functions corresponding to the commands. This software and any accompanying documentation provided under this agreement are commercial computer software and documentation developed exclusively at private expense.

Lexmark is not responsible for the use of other replacement parts. You must understand the section in your operating instructions that discusses the guidelines for selecting print media to avoid the possibility of harmful emissions. Navigational Tips Printing the File Selecting PCL Emulation Using SmartSwitch Using Your Software Program Page Formatting Printable Areas Lexmark C and C Print Area Menu Item Command Structure Control Codes PCL Emulation Commands Raster Image Graphics Raster Compression Mode PJL Command Notation Kernel Commands Job Separation Commands Environment Commands and Variables Status Readback Commands Status Message Format Information Messages Auto-Continuable Conditions Attendance Conditions Operator Intervention - Paper Handling Operator Intervention - Paper Jams Service Errors Device Attendance Commands Unique PJL Commands File Commands for Flash or Disk File and Device Protection Commands Protecting a File or Device Unlocking a Protected File or Device Re-Locking a Protected File or Device Recovering Lost Passwords Selecting PostScript Emulation Paper Tray Support Envelope Size Support Envelope Tray Support Supplemental Operator Summary Page Device Parameters Interpreter Parameters User Parameters System Parameters Device Parameters Status and Error Messages Tagged Binary Not Active Tagged Binary Active Status Messages Setting SmartSwitch for Different Interfaces Printer Job Language Resource Data Collection Download Target Storing Resources on Flash Memory or Disk Viewing the Contents of Flash Memory and Disk Password Protection Rewriting the Flash Content Accessing Files with PostScript Emulation File Naming Conventions Device Search Order Job Buffering Creating a Partition Enabling Job Buffering Disabling Job Buffering Recovering from a Power Loss Airflow Requirement Noise Emission Levels Electrical Specifications Power Requirements Physical Specifications Clearance Requirements Environmental Conditions Altitude Specifications Atmospheric Pressure Setting Up the Communications Port Deciding Which Interface to Use Parallel Interface Standard Parallel Connector Computer-to-Printer Communications Parallel Mode Signal Descriptions Network Support Input Buffer


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