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Copyright Notice, All rights reserved No part of this publication may be reproduced stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in. any form or by any means electronic mechanical photocopying recording or otherwise without the prior. written permission of Seiko Epson Corporation The information contained herein is designed only for use with. this Epson printer Epson is not responsible for any use of this information as applied to other printers. Neither Seiko Epson Corporation nor its affiliates shall be liable to the purchaser of this product or third parties for. damages losses costs or expenses incurred by purchaser or third parties as a result of accident misuse or abuse of. this product or unauthorized modifications repairs or alterations to this product or excluding the U S failure to. strictly comply with Seiko Epson Corporation s operating and maintenance instructions. Seiko Epson Corporation shall not be liable for any damages or problems arising from the use of any options or. any consumable products other than those designated as Original Epson Products or Epson Approved Products by. Seiko Epson Corporation, A Note Concerning the Responsible Use of Copyrighted Materials. Digital cameras and scanners like photocopiers conventional cameras and ink jet printers can be misused by. improper copying and reprinting of copyrighted material While some countries laws permit limited copying of. copyrighted material in certain circumstances those circumstances may not be as broad as some people assume. Epson encourages each user to be responsible and respectful of the copyright laws when using digital cameras. scanners and ink jet printers, Trademarks, Epson Epson Stylus Epson Photo Stickers and MicroWeave are registered trademarks and PRINT Image. Matching and the PRINT Image Matching logo are trademarks of Seiko Epson Corporation. RPM and ColorLife are registered trademarks Resolution Performance Management Epson Software. PhotoEnhance BorderFree and PremiereArt are trademarks and Epson Print Lab Epson Store SoundAdvice. and Epson Connection are service marks of Epson America Inc. General Notice Other product names used herein are for identification purposes only and may be trademarks of. their respective owners Epson disclaims any and all rights in those marks. The ENERGY STAR emblem does not represent EPA endorsement of any product or service. 2004 Epson America Inc 7 04, About PRINT Image Matching 8. About Exif Print 8, About Your Documentation 9, Warnings Cautions Notes and Tips 9.
Viewing Your On Screen Reference Guide 9, Loading Paper 11. Loading Paper in the Sheet Feeder 11, Storing Your Photos 12. Accessing Photos 13, Inserting Memory Cards 13, Removing Memory Cards 14. Connecting External Devices 14, Saving Your Photos to an External Device 16. Copying Photos to Your Computer 17, Configuring PhotoStarter 18.
Removing a Memory Card 18, Printing Without a Computer 19. Easy Photo Printing 19, Selecting the Photos You Want to Print 19. Setting the Number of Copies 20, Custom Photo Printing 21. Saving Print Settings 23, Touching Up Your Photos 24. Automatically Adjusting Your Photos 25, Manually Adjusting Your Photos 25.
Cropping and Sizing Your Photos 25, Adding Photo Information 27. Printing Special Layouts 28, Resetting Default Settings 28. Printing From Your Computer 29, Basic Printing in Windows 30. Selecting Default Settings 32, Basic Printing on a Macintosh 32. Printing in OS X 32, Printing in OS 9 35, Selecting the Correct Paper Type 37.
Printing Borderless Photos 38, Windows 39, Macintosh OS X 40. Macintosh OS 9 41, Printing on CDs or DVDs 41, Cleaning the Roller 42. Inserting a CD or DVD 42, Printing Your Design 45, Adjusting the Print Position 45. Adjusting the Print Density 48, Maintaining Your Printer 49. Cleaning the Print Head 50, Replacing an Ink Cartridge 51.
Removing and Installing Ink Cartridges 52, Aligning the Print Head 55. Cleaning the Printer 56, Transporting the Printer 57. 4 Contents, Problem Solving 59, Diagnosing Problems 59. Control Panel Messages 60, Running a Printer Check 62. Setup or Software Installation Problems 63, Printer Problems 64.
Print Quality Problems 65, Problems With Paper Feeding 68. CD DVD Printing Problems 68, Miscellaneous Printout Problems 69. Uninstalling Printer Software 70, Windows 70, Macintosh OS X 71. Macintosh OS 9 72, Where To Get Help 73, Notices 75. Windows System Requirements 75, Macintosh System Requirements 75.
Important Safety Instructions 76, Ink Cartridge Safety Instructions 77. Energy Star Compliance 78, FCC Compliance Statement 78. Declaration of Conformity 79, Epson America Inc Limited Warranty 80. Contents 5, 6 Contents, Your Epson Stylus Photo R320 can print pictures directly from your digital camera s memory. card You can create true BorderFree photos directly from your printer in a variety of sizes. just minutes after taking pictures with your digital camera These photos are perfect for. albums or framing or sharing with family and friends. If you want to save your image files you can transfer them immediately to your Windows or. Macintosh computer and print from your PC, Here are some of the printer s outstanding features.
Epson s exclusive 6 color ink technology lets you achieve fine shadow detail dazzling. highlights and excellent fill across a wide range of colors Genuine Epson ink and papers. create long lasting and water resistant prints, CD and DVD printing on ink jet printable CDs and DVDs with or without a. Ground breaking Resolution Performance Management RPM technology optimizes. the number and placement of ink droplets on a variety of papers for superior photo. quality and performance with manageable print file sizes. Three built in memory card slots support CompactFlash Type I and II Secure Digital. MultiMediaCard xD Picture Card SmartMedia Sony Memory Stick Memory Stick. Pro Memory Stick DUO and IBM Microdrive, An extra USB port on the front of the printer lets you connect a digital camera. supported models only or an external storage device such as an Iomega Zip drive or. CD R drive This lets you save your memory card contents to a Zip disk or CD R and. access stored photos without a computer The port on the back of the printer is for. connecting the printer to your computer, A preview monitor helps you select photos for printing. Your printer also supports Bluetooth technology using an optional adapter for sending. prints wirelessly from Bluetooth enabled phones PDAs etc. About PRINT Image Matching, Your Epson Stylus Photo R320 includes support for Epson s revolutionary. PRINT Image Matching technology PRINT Image Matching lets your. digital camera and printer work together automatically to produce the best. prints possible Digital camera manufacturers that support PRINT Image Matching include. Epson Casio Contax JVC Konica Kyocera Leica Minolta Nikon Olympus. Panasonic Pentax Ricoh Sanyo Sony and Toshiba Check with your camera s. manufacturer or visit www printimagematching com to find out if PRINT Image Matching. technology is included with your camera, With PRINT Image Matching the digital camera manufacturer can set specific printing.
options for each camera model These options include. Contrast sharpness and brightness, Gamma level color space color saturation and noise reduction. Shadow point highlight point and color balance, The camera saves this information in each JPEG image file and TIFF files from. P I M II enabled cameras Your printer along with P I M enabled software such as Epson. Software Film Factory or the P I M II Plug in for Adobe Photoshop uses the. information to ensure the most accurate image reproduction. But don t worry if your camera doesn t include PRINT Image Matching technology your. Epson Stylus Photo R320 gives great photo printing results. Note For information on printing P I M images from your computer see your. on screen Reference Guide, About Exif Print, The Exif Exchangeable Image File Print format includes information about your digital. camera settings in JPEG files so your printer and application can use them to create accurate. print settings Most digital cameras store Exif Print information such as shutter speed. metering flash exposure settings resolution and lens use in the JPEG image file Your. printer along with Epson Software Film Factory or P I M II Plug in for Adobe. Photoshop uses the information to ensure the most accurate image reproduction. About Your Documentation, To set up your printer and install its software see the Start Here sheet For basic printing. without a computer see the Quick Reference card This book contains system requirements. important safety information your warranty and instructions on. Viewing your on screen Reference Guide, Printing all types of photos without a computer.
Printing with Windows or on a Macintosh, Printing on CDs and DVDs. Maintaining the printer, Solving basic problems, For more details about printing with maintaining or troubleshooting your printer see your. on screen Reference Guide as described below, Warnings Cautions Notes and Tips. Please follow these guidelines throughout, Warnings must be followed carefully to avoid bodily injury. Cautions must be observed to avoid damage to your equipment. Notes contain important information about your printer. Tips contain additional hints for better printing, Viewing Your On Screen Reference Guide.
Your printer CD ROM includes an on screen Reference Guide You need a browser such as. Microsoft Internet Explorer 4 0 or later Netscape Navigator 3 0 or later or Safari 1 0 or. later to view it If you are using a different browser the pages may not display correctly. A browser is not included on the printer software CD ROM. You can view the on screen Reference Guide by doing one of the following. Windows Double click the ESPR320 Reference Guide icon on your desktop You can. also click Start Programs or All Programs in Windows XP Epson ESPR320. Reference Guide Reference Guide, Macintosh Double click the ESPR320 Reference Guide icon on your desktop. About Your Documentation 9, When you first open the Reference Guide you see this screen. Click here to, expand the, Click a topic on the left to expand the table of contents then click on the topic you want. If there s a right arrow click it to view subtopics then click a topic. Click the down arrow to close a subtopic list, Click to go. to a topic, Closed list, Note If you see an icon for a graphic when viewing your Reference Guide in.
Netscape Navigator click the Reload button to load the graphic. 10 Welcome, Loading Paper, Epson offers a wide variety of papers that let you customize your projects and achieve. professional results This chapter gives you guidelines on. Loading Paper in the Sheet Feeder below, Storing Your Photos on page 12. Loading Paper in the Sheet Feeder, 1 Open the paper support and raise the extension. 2 Place your paper short edge first against the right edge of the feeder under the tab with. the printable whiter or glossier side up If you are loading multiple sheets fan the stack. of paper before loading it to prevent paper jams, Note Don t load paper above the arrow mark inside the left edge guide Some. special papers can be loaded only one sheet at a time See your on screen. Reference Guide for details, 3 Slide the left edge guide against the paper Make sure it is snug but not so tight that the.
paper is bent For letter size paper you may not need to move the edge guide over. 4 Open the output tray and pull out the extension, You should also follow these guidelines. Always load the short edge first even when you re printing landscape oriented pictures. When using special papers check the paper package for additional instructions Some. papers require using a support sheet included in the package. Note Always keep unused paper in the original package and store it flat to. prevent curling, For instructions on loading special papers and envelopes in the printer see your. on screen Reference Guide, Storing Your Photos, With proper care photographs from your Epson Stylus Photo R320 will last for many years. The special Epson inks designed for your printer are formulated to achieve improved. lightfastness when used with Epson papers for prints that are properly displayed or stored. As with traditional photos proper care will minimize color changes and lengthen display life. For display Epson recommends that prints be framed under glass or a protective plastic. sleeve to protect them from atmospheric contaminants like humidity cigarette smoke. and high levels of ozone, As with all photographs keep your prints away from high temperatures and humidity and. out of direct sunlight, For proper storage Epson recommends that you keep prints in a photo album or plastic.
photo storage box in acid free archival sleeves commonly available from most camera. Be sure to follow any other storage and display instructions included in the paper package. 12 Loading Paper, Accessing Photos, Follow the instructions in these sections to access your photos. Inserting Memory Cards below, Connecting External Devices on page 14. Copying Photos to Your Computer on page 17, Inserting Memory Cards. 1 Press the P Power button to turn on your Stylus Photo R320. 7 Welcome Your Epson Stylus Photo R320 can print pictures directly from your digital camera s memory card You can create true BorderFree photos directly from your printer in a variety of sizes just minutes after taking pictures with your digital camera These photos are perfect for

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