This section explains the basic printing method using the printer driver.
Printing methods may vary according to the application you are using. For details, see the instruction manuals provided with the application.

From the [File] menu of the application, select [Print].
Select your printer from [Printer] → set the number of copies, which pages to print, etc.
If you are using Mac OS X 10.7 or later, clicking [Show Details]/[Hide Details] at the bottom of the screen enables you to display or hide options.
If you are using Mac OS X 10.6, clicking [] to the right of [Printer] enables you to display or hide options.
If the paper size you require is not displayed in [Paper Size], you can register a new paper size (see "Setting Custom Paper Sizes").
If the above functions cannot be set in the upper part of the [Print] dialog box, display and set them in the [Copies & Pages] preferences pane or the [Page Setup] dialog box.
Select the appropriate preferences panes → set any required functions.
The default setting for [Print Style] in the [Finishing] preferences pane is [2-sided printing]. For details, see "1-sided and 2-sided Printing."
For information on available printing functions, see "Printing Functions" or Help (see "Viewing Help").
Click [Print].
Printing begins.

Some printer models enable you to stop printing from a printer status confirmation/print cancelation display (see "Monitor stavu / Zrušit").
To stop sending data that is waiting to be output from Mac OS, click the printer icon in the Dock → click the name of the file you want to stop printing → click [Delete].
The screen may vary according to the operating system and application, as well as the type and version of the printer driver.