2/11/089:18 am MacMost Print Settings In Mac OSX Molly Stanberry from MacMost.com demonstrates the extended print settings in Mac OSX. Video Transcript CLICK TO EXPAND Transcript available soon. Transcripts are typically available a few days after the video has been published. Please check back. Related Posts: How To Include “Bullets & Lists” In Pages Style Settings?, Should I Update Carrier Settings When Prompted If In Another Country?, Where Else Do I Look for Email’s Trash Folder Settings?, Mac App Store Password Settings Comments: 3 Responses to “Print Settings In Mac OSX” Ian 2/11/08 @ 5:52 pm Molly, according to your comment above, the printer settings have been extended. I have found since upgrading to Leopard that I can’t print in grayscale or black and white. Is that true or is there setting I haven’t found? There is also no Supplies button on here, and it’s not specific to Text Edit documents. Thanks. Ian Naren 9/6/10 @ 8:50 am Click on the small black triangle next to the printers name in the print dialogue box to bring up the extended print dialogue page. Click on the black triangle next to the third box and choose Quality & Media from the drop down menu. It usually says Copies & Pages. You can find the supply page here too. On the second line from the bottom of this page you should see a small box which you can check for greyscale printing Next time you print, you can click the little arrow on the Preset box [second down] and choose Last Used Setting This works for my Canon printer & i hope that it works for your printer. Mike 3/6/10 @ 7:05 am Ian, same question I had when I stumbled on this tutorial. We just bought a color laser jet and I’d like to change the default print preferences to gray scale. Printing in color only when requested. Changing my Fedora laptop and Windows 7 desktop are very straight forward. I can’t find any advanced settings on the mac. Comments Closed. Welcome to MacMostMacMost is brought to you ad-free thanks to its supporters! Learn about the Patreon campaign and find out how you can join Club MacMost! Free MacMost Weekly Newsletter Want all of the new tutorials in your inbox? Sign up for the free weekly newsletter that includes tips, recommendations and news. Learn More From MacMost Online Course: Mac Photos Online Course: macOS Sierra Online Course: Mac iMovie Online Course: Mac Pages Online Course: Mac Numbers Online Course: Mac Keynote Online Course: Mac Security Book: 101 Mac Tips Connect with MacMostSubscribe at iTunes to the MacMost video podcast Check out the free MacMost weekly email newsletter Follow MacMost on Facebook Get updates, news and tips on Twitter Get the free MacMost app for the iPhone and iPad MacMost SectionsA Beginner’s Guide to the Mac Videos by Category Video Archive Top Apple-Related News Apple Rumors All Recent Apple News Virus and Malware Information Center Free iPhone Ringtones iPhone App Recommendations Quick Tips MacMost Online Courses MacMost Recommended Products Popular TutorialsFinder Hints and Shortcuts Relative and Absolute Cell References In Numbers Creating Transparent Images With Pixelmator Macmost Now 2: MacBook Mobile Access Creating a Guest Wi-Fi Network Restoring Lost Dock and Finder Items Using the Keynote Presenter Display iMovie Basics Removing Adware From Your Mac 10 Finder Tricks InformationAbout MacMost Support MacMost MacMost Online Courses Contact MacMost MacMost Site Map MacMost Site Policies Copyright © 2006-2017 CleverMedia, Inc. All Rights Reserved.