Printer Settings: Print Settings - GX2020

Article ID: ART184017 | Date published: 10/04/2023 | Date last updated: 10/04/2023


This article provides information on print settings of the MAXIFY GX2020 that can be adjusted from the operation panel.


Select this setting item from Printer settings in Setup icon (gear) (Setup).

  • Prevent paper abrasion

    Use this setting only if the print surface becomes smudged.

     Be sure to set this back to OFF after printing since it may result in lower printing speed or lower print quality.

  • Adjust horizontal print position

    Adjusts the print position when the left/right margins are not aligned.

    You can adjust the left/right margins in increments of 0.004 in. (0.1 mm) between -0.12 in. (-3 mm) and +0.12 in. (+3 mm) centered on the horizontal center of the paper.

     When using A4/Letter sized paper, the amount of adjustment that can be made is limited. You cannot make adjustments greater than this limit.

  • Print target for plain paper

    Select Text only or Text and photos for plain paper printing.

     As print results, if you are conscious of unevenness or textures of granularity, select Text and photos.

  • Print charts and diagrams vividly

    Use this setting when you want to print charts and diagrams in documents vividly on plain paper.

    This feature gives preference to printer driver settings.

    When you want to give preference to printer settings, select Use Printer Settings in the Print charts and diagrams in documents more vividly (plain paper) in the Print Options dialog box in the printer driver settings.

     This feature will be implemented with the following settings.

    • Plain paper

    • Color printing

    • Size is a template size or a user-defined size within the range of a template size

      * The feature may not be implemented even when the above settings are selected, depending on other setting details.

 ‚ÄčProcessing may differ depending on settings and may result in the same data having different tones. Turn this setting off if you want to avoid differences in tone.

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