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Celeste, You really don't need to take a course. Just keep asking questions,-like you're doing! The RIP is for people who are using programs like quark to lay out pages for publishing. A specialty item that most people don't need or use. As far as allocating memory for your printer, this is relatively easy: On your hard drive find the Epson Monitor 3, ( the program that runs your printer). It's located in the system folder, in extensions. Click on it once to highlight it then go to file>get info. At the bottom of the dialogue box that will open you'll see an area where you'll see suggested size.......Minimum size.......and Preffered size. To give the printer more memory to use increase the number in the Preffered size to say, 5000. That's it! The Epson monitor program is what you see when you tell the computer to print and a dialogue box appears, giving you choices about what paper, etc. That's the Epson Monitor. Hope this helps some. Jim Griffin - Please turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for instructions.
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