Thank you for your reply. I was under the impression that you had to use all settings either in the printer dialogue or in the InDesign dialogue. I would like to use the InDesign settings but have it not print in High Speed as that causes my prints to have horizontal lines across them. Can I do that and if so how? I appreciate anything you can tell me about this problem.
No, both dialogs affect output. Universal settings are handled by the Print dialog (i.e., crop marks, bleeds, page range, etc.) and printer specific settings are in the Printer... dialog (resolution, paper size, paper type, etc.). My laser printer can output at 1200ppi using halftone dots, but my inkjet can print from 720 to 2880 dpi using a stochastic screen, so those settings depend on the Printer Features not the application.
Both include a page range and count, the Print dialog setting handles the range and page count. The Printer Features under Printer... change depending on the printer you have chosen.