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Understanding the print settings


  • Some settings may not be available in some printer models or LPM servers.
  • For LPM On‑Premises, the policy set by your administrator may change the print settings. To view the settings changed by the policy, select the LPM On‑Premises server from the application home screen. Tap My Jobs, and then select the job with icon beside it. For more information on policies, see the Lexmark Print Management On‑Premises Administrator’s Guide.
  • Copies—Specifies the number of copies.
  • Paper—Selects the paper source.
  • Color—Prints in either color or black and white.
  • Two‑Sided—Prints on both sides of the paper.
  • More Options
    • Job Name—Sets the job name.
    • Pages per Side—Prints multiple pages on one side of the paper.
    • Orientation—Changes the orientation.
    • Print and Hold—Stores the print job in the printer memory for printing later.
    • Notes:

      • If you are logged in to LPM Cloud, then Print and Hold uses your LMP Cloud user name.
      • To configure the printer to show held jobs, see Configuring the printer to show held jobs.
      • The Print and Hold setting appears only when the selected device is a printer.
      • To secure your print job with a PIN, select Confidential Held Job, and then type your user name and PIN.
      • To print and review the first copy of a multiple‑copy print job, select Verify Held Job, and then type your user name. This option holds the remaining copies until they are released for printing or canceled.
      • To store a print job in the printer memory for printing later, select Reserve Held Job, and then type your user name.
      • To print the job immediately and store a copy in the printer memory, select Repeat Held Job, and then type your user name.
      • To turn off the Print and Hold setting, select Off.
      • Notes:

        • The default setting is Off.
        • Selecting the Off setting clears the held job credentials.
    • Staple—Staples the printed document.
    • Punch Hole—Punches holes on the printed document.
    • Output bin—Selects the output bin.
    • Note:  For Staple, Punch Hole, and Output bin settings, you can change only one of these settings. For example, if you change the Staple setting, then the Punch Hole and Output bin settings use their default values.

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