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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Which Form 5495 Administrator

Instructions and Help about Which Form 5495 Administrator

Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. We just got to see the 748, and before we send it back, I thought it might be a good idea to take a look at the universal print driver. In the past, we've looked at HP, Lexmark, Ricoh, and Xerox's universal print drivers. Lexmark has been in this game as long as anybody, so they deserve a look at theirs as well. As you can see, there's a PostScript and a PCL version of the universal print driver. We downloaded the PCL version, so let's see what happens. Let's go to town and, when we're done, take a look at some of the advanced custom install options offered by Lexmark. Let's click this and see what happens. It's extracting the print driver and running the setup program. We agree to the terms, extract and install, and specify the location. It starts the add printer wizard. This is recommended for network connections install only. It's recommended for local connections like USB ports. I can't imagine why anybody would want to use a universal print driver on USB, but I imagine somebody would, or Lex wouldn't bother with this install. We're doing the recommended install for a network connection. The 748 is on our network, and here's the embedded web server. Okay, printer wizard information. Following instructions on the Windows printer wizard, you'll be asked to identify the printer manufacturer, click the "Have Disk" button, and then browse to the specified location. Okay, what type of printer do you want to install? Local or network, wired, wireless, or Bluetooth? Through one network, okay, it's finding where it is. Any 748 next, installing a printer, and we have to remember to do this once we are prompted. Enter this path into the "Have Disk" location. Hopefully, this...