The test page is usually printed to verify that the printer is set up correctly. They may point to issues such as general printing problems, color printing issues, or head alignment issues. The Windows include the option to print a test page, but this is not customizable. One of its possibilities Print.Test.Page.OK is the ability to add custom text, fonts and colors to the test page.
The program is provided as a portable version and as an installer. Just download the 169 Kilobyte (32-bit) or 219 Kilobyte (64-bit) file to your system, unzip it, and run it.
His screen Print.Test.Page.OK lists the formatting and preview options for printing. Select one of the available print test pages from the menu in the upper left corner. The preview changes automatically when you modify these settings. The default test page displays information about the printer, a color gradient, and custom text.
You can change the two gradient colors (valid for only one of the defaults and not all), enter any text you want, or change the font settings. The ability to add custom text is useful as you can add any type of text to see how it is printed (including symbols and custom characters).
The rest of the defaults focus on color printing. Just select them and press the print button to print a test page. Note that customization options, e.g. the custom test string are displayed continuously in the program window and are not used in most of the test page prints.