The primary NExS print format is PostScript, which gives you the greatest number of options for controlling the appearance of the printed output. Many programs, such as document management programs, can incorporate encapsulated PostScript files. However, not all printers can support PostScript formatting options such as fonts and page orientation; check the manual for your printer to determine its capabilities for handling fonts, proportional spacing and other PostScript extras.
The parameters for PostScript printing are mostly defined with the Page Options dialog box. Other appearance attributes are defined in Sheet Defaults, Cell Defaults, and in individual cell formats.