Some of the most helpful and most underused features of your Xerox printer are the printer settings you can manage from your computer, also referred to as the Xerox printer driver. Within these printing preferences, you have the ability to save presets for frequently used settings. For example, if you often want a first page printed on letterhead then the proceeding pages printed on normal paper.
You can also apply program specific presets which will affect all jobs printed from a particular program. For example, you can use this style of preset to make all emails print in grayscale to reduce unnecessary color printing.
Let’s look closer at these two examples to show you how creating presets works.