Open as PDF
Portable Document Format. The page description language used in Adobe Systems'
Acrobat document exchange system, which is restricted neither by device nor
resolution. PDF displays documents in a way that is independent of the original
application software, hardware, and operating system used to create those
documents. A PDF document can contain any combination of text, graphics, and
A file format that performs OCR (Optical Character Recognition) processing on a
scanned document. This process extracts any recognizable text data, and adds it as a
transparent layer to create a PDF with searchable text. You can search the text using
Adobe Reader/Acrobat Reader/Acrobat, or your operating system's search function.
Describes an AppleTalk network. Phase 1 refers to the original version of AppleTalk
introduced in 1985, which supports LocalTalk and Ethernet networks. Phase 2 refers
to the version with extended addressing features, which was introduced in 1989.
Personal Identification Number Code. To prevent unauthorized access to telephone
lines, some PBX (Private Branch Exchange) systems require that a PIN code be
entered when making a call or sending a document. Depending on the PBX system,
the PIN code may be entered before the number as a prefix, or after the number as a
suffix. If your PBX needs a PIN code to connect to an outside line, you can specify the
user data settings of the machine so that it prompts you for a PIN code every time you
Port Setting Tool
A software utility that enables you to confirm and reset the correspondence between
the port of the device driver installed in Windows and its network address. The Port
Setting Tool is useful when the printer driver is unable to acquire the device status
information properly. If NetSpot Job Monitor is installed on your computer, you can
use it to set the update interval for acquiring information and for checking device
The Processing/Data indicator blinks a green light when the machine is performing
operations, and maintains a steady green light when documents are stored in
A set of rules that govern the transmission of data across a network. Examples of
protocols are FTP, DHCP, BOOTP, RARP, IPP, TCP/IP, and LDAP.