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Print overview
Printing is carried out in two ways, depending on the printer Type chosen from the Print dialog box. Click File > Print to open the Print dialog box.
If the printer type is a GDI printer, the raw print data is sent to the print spooler which produces the final output.
If one of the generic printer types is chosen, internal print drivers will generate the output and send it to a print file.
Depending on the output device(s) on your system, the Print Manager may allow you to set several printer options in addition to those offered by Creo Elements/Direct Annotation. Refer to your Windows documentation and hardware manuals for information on configuring your printer to work with Windows.