Fiery Driver for Windows
Fiery Driver lets your applications communicate with your Fiery Server, and print documents. Fiery Driver works with Fiery Servers that use the PostScript language.
When using Fiery Driver, observe the following:
Fiery Driver has default settings for most applications and printers. You can easily change the settings if you install a new printer option or want to set a specific feature.
Print options and their settings let you access the special features of your printer. For example, the Duplex print option lets you set the orientation of printed images.
Some Fiery Driver print options (document properties) are also available from your applications when you print a job.
In general, changing the Fiery Driver print options from the Devices and Printers (or Printers and Faxes or Printers) folder changes the global settings that apply to all jobs printed using the selected printer. You may have to also select the same settings from the application, because application-specific settings may override the global settings. Print settings selected within the application are generally in effect for the current session while you have the application open.
For information about specific Fiery Driver print settings and print options, see Printing, which is part of the user documentation set.