Adjusting the Print Resolution

You can set to print files at 600 dpi or 1200 dpi resolution.
As an example, the procedure for printing PDF files that are stored in the Advanced Space is explained in this section.
This mode is only available for printing files stored in the Advanced Space, the Advanced Space of another imageRUNNER ADVANCE machine on the network, or memory media.
You can use this mode only when printing PDF or XPS files.

Press [Access Stored Files] → [Advanced Space].
Select the desired storage space → select the directory where the file you want to print is stored.
Select the desired file → press [Print].
Press [Options] → [Resolution].
To change the paper source, see "Paper Selection."
Select the desired resolution → press [OK] → [Close].
[Fine (600 dpi)]:
Files are printed at 600 dpi resolution. This mode is optimal for normal files and tables.
[Superfine (1200 dpi)]:
Files are printed at 1200 dpi resolution. This enables you to reproduce the contours of text and graphics in fine detail. This mode is optimal for printing data including fine and/or faint lines.

For information on the modes which cannot be set in combination with this mode, see "Unavailable Combination of Functions."