Chapter 22 Printers

  1. If you can afford it, the best practice is to purchase one machine for one purpose, instead of bundling many functions into a single machine.
  2. The last four steps of the laser printing process use the printer components that undergo the most wear.
  3. The last four steps of the laser printing process use the printer components that undergo the most wear.
  4. An older PC and printer should never have a problem with bidirectional communication.
  5. If loose toner comes out with your printout, the fuser is not reaching the proper temperature and professional service is required.
  6. ____ printers work by placing toner on an electrically charged rotating drum and then depositing the toner on paper as the paper moves through the system at the same speed the drum is turning.
  7. A laser printer can produce better-quality printouts than a dot matrix printer, even when printing at the same dpi, because it can vary the size of the dots it prints, creating a sharp, clear image using a technology called ____.
  8. ____ printers tend to smudge on inexpensive paper, and they are slower than laser printers.
  9. ____ printers use wax-based ink that is heated by heat pins that melt the ink onto paper. The print head containing these heat pins is as wide as the paper.
  10. A(n) ____ printer uses solid dyes embedded on different transparent films.
  11. Automatically printing on both sides of the page is called ____ printing.
  12. A ____ printer connects directly to a computer by way of a USB port, parallel port, serial port, wireless connection (Bluetooth, infrared, or Wi-Fi), IEEE 1394 (FireWire) port, SCSI port, PC Card, or ExpressCard connection.
  13. A dedicated device or computer called a print ____ can control several printers connected to a network.
  14. When you print to the Microsoft XPS Document Writer printer, it creates a(n) ____ file.
  15. To know the IP address of a network printer, direct the printer to print a ____ page.
  16. ____ is a language used to communicate how a page is to print and was developed by Adobe Systems.
  17. Several print jobs can accumulate in the queue, which you can view in the Vista Printers window or the XP Printers and Faxes window in a process called ____.
  18. Manufacturers of high-end printers provide ____ kits, which include specific printer components, step-by-step instructions for performing maintenance, and any special tools or equipment you need to do maintenance.
  19. To find out how many pages a printer has printed so that you know if you need to do the maintenance, you need to have the printer give you the ____ count since the last maintenance.
  20. In a laser printer, the fuser should last for about ____ pages.
  21. When cleaning a printer, to prevent the inkjet nozzles from drying out, don’t leave the ink cartridges out of their cradle for longer than ____ minutes.
  22. Printer ____ is updated by replacing the printer’s DIMM that contains the code or by downloading the update from the manufacturer’s Web site.
  23. A printer ____ page generally prints some text, some graphics, and some information about the printer, such as the printer resolution and how much memory is installed.
  24. Check ____ for recorded events that have to do with the printer or the port it is using.
  25. If symbols or other special characters don’t print correctly on a laser printer, try using ____ printing rather than asking the printer to interpret the characters.
  26. Do not use less than ____-LB paper in any type of printer, unless the printer documentation specifically says that a lower weight is satisfactory.
  27. A type of electrophotographic printer that can range from a small, personal desktop model to a large, network printer capable of handling and printing large volumes continuously
  28. Popular because it is small and can print color inexpensively
  29. Creates a printed page by using some mechanism that touches or hits the paper
  30. Builds the page and then sends it to the printer
  31. Text data that contains no embedded control characters is sent to the printer as is, and the printer can print it without any processing
  32. Long-handled brush made of nylon fibers that are charged with static electricity
  33. Used to verify that the hard drive does not have errors
  34. Used to optimize the hard drive
  35. Are usually caused by a problem with the image drum or toner cartridge
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Chapter 22 Printers