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The printers we have and configured are with 1200 dpi settings, but we require a printer with 600 dpi setting to test. Is this possible to change.

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The printers we have and configured are with 1200 dpi settings, but we require a printer with 600 dpi setting to test. Is this possible to change.

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Sharath
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You can of course change the settings of the printer to test. If it is a local printer, go to "start", "printers and faxes". Then right click the printer, click settings and go to priting preferences.

Note the original settings and feel free to modifiy the settings till you got one set which prefectly suit your needs.

Some printer will also allow you to create "print profiles" to easily swap settings.
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