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PPD for Fiery X2e using Quark Xpress - MAC

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I need the printer definition file for the Minolta color Copier CF910 with the Fiery X2e frontend for Quark Xpress 3.3 for the Macintosh.
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You should be able to get that direct from Minolta or whoever makes the fiery printer. I believe its either Canon or Xerox. Cant remember at the moment.
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dennisbowne earned 200 total points
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ed,

Don't bother going to the Minolta website.  It is poorly maintained and all of the links I could find to the Minolta color Copier CF910 were not updated.  Here is the contact information for Minolta.  If you call them they should be able to direct you to a download site.


   East Coast
    Minolta Corporation
    101 Williams Drive
    Ramsey, NJ 07446
    201-825-4000
    Hrs. of Operation: 8:30 - 5:00

   West Coast
    Minolta Corporation
    11150 Hope Street
    Cypress, CA 90630
    714-895-6633
    Hrs of Operation: 8:00- 4:00

I hope this has been of use.  
-denisbowne
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