LayOut Print dialog box (Mac OS X)
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Use the Print dialog box is used to preview your output, send your output to a printer, PDF file, or Fax. This dialog box is the same as all standard Print dialog boxes found in Mac OS X applications. Select File > Print to invoke the Print dialog box.
Printer Drop-Down List
Use the Printer drop-down list to add and select printers.
Presets Drop-Down List
Use the Presets drop-down list to save your current print settings.
Settings Drop-Down List
Use the Settings drop-down list to display various settings panels within the Print dialog box. The settings drop-down list is in the middle of the Print dialog box and normally displays the Copies & Pages panel.
Copies and Pages Print Panel
Use the Copies and Pages Print panel to control the number of copies and tiled output.
Layout Print Panel
Use the Layout Print panel to select the orientation (landscape or portrait) for your output.
Scheduler Print Panel
Use the Scheduler Print panel to schedule the printing of your model for a later time.
Paper Handling Print Panel
Use the Paper Handling Print panel to alternate between printing odd or even numbered pages.
Color Sync Print Panel
Use the Color Sync Print panel to perform color conversion (if supported by your printer) and filters to your output.
Cover Page Panel
Use the Cover Page panel to attach a cover page to your printed presentation.
Paper Feed Print Panel
Use the Paper Feed Print panel to select the tray that contains the paper you want to use.
Summary Print Panel
The Summary Print panel contains a summary of all current page attributes. Use the Summary Print panel to troubleshoot difficult print jobs, or to verify all the current page attributes in one quick view.
The Pages Buttons
Use the All pages buttons to print all pages in the document. Use the From pages button to print a range of pages in the document (type the starting page number in the first field and the ending page number in the second field).
PDF Drop-Down List
Use the PDF drop-down list to save your output as a PDF file perform other PDF-related operations.
Use the Preview button to preview your output in the Mac OS Preview tool.
Press the Print button to print your presentation.