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Power ON the i. Service manuals, schematics, documentation, programs, electronics, hobby Goon to the next procedure, Selecting Embossing and Indent Fonts.

Selecting Embossing and Indent FontsThe information that follows explains how to identify to your Windows 95application program which fonts are resident in your Datacard printer and how tocomplete the software settings.

Changing a Character Translation1. Datacard recommends that only authorized Datacard servicerepresentatives alter the remaining settings. At the Datacard 28x printer front panel, press Esc to go to the Main Menu. If you select Confirmation for each data block processed, the operator mustacknowledge the following message before the printer will continue to the nextrecord.

Preventive Maintenance PM should be performed at month intervals and after any of the following activities: Page 6 Printing in a Windows Environment. TroubleshootingWhy do I get an error using embossed fonts? A or aboveA 2xx printer with the following firmware: The Printersdialog box appears.


Printing in a Windows Environment. This chapter provides information on assembly and subassembly part numbers for the i embosser.

See Windows help, available from the Startbutton menu, for information on: When prompted for an access code, press F2 and then F1. This chapter provides instructions for installing the i at a customer’s site.

This chapter tells how to get information andprocedures for pausing, resuming, and deleting print jobs. All unauthorized use and reproduction is prohibited. Page 33 TroubleshootingWhy do I get an error using embossed fonts? The instructions begin with the printer powered off.

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Verify and set the configuration options identified below. Page 23 Embossing and Indent TypeThe Datacard i,and printers support the embossing and indent type setslisted in Table 3. Select F3 to choose Customer Engineer. Daacard 18 Setting Supervisor Configuration Options1. The current Buffered Mode setting appears. Setting up an additional port daatcard this waytells Windows to use a software component called a Port Monitor for printing toyour Datacard printer.

The most common error occurs when embossed fonts are not positioned correctly ona card. The current Protocol setting appears. From the Windows Datwcard button, choose Settings and then Printers. Select your Datacard printer from the list of printers, and then click the rightmouse button and select Properties. When prompted for an access code, press F1 and F2.


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Installation The i Card Personalization System operates as a standalone card embosser. Deleting a Translated Character1. Press F3 to choose Set Up. Setting Customer Engineer Configuration Options1.

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Embossing and Indent Type by Printer In the Printers window, select your Datacard printer. H or abovex Rev.

Insert the driver disk or CD into the appropriate drive on your computer. Applications may need to be restarted to ensure that the new fonts are recognizedand updated in the menu. Printer FontsThe printer driver for Windows 95 and 98 uses two types of fonts: The error message dtaacard appear both on the printer andon the computer screen.

Troubleshooting The i Card Personalization System operates as a standalone card embosser. Datacard assumes no liability for incidental, special, or consequential damage of any kind.