Canon iR 2018 User`s guide

Easy
Operation
Guide
Basic Features
CONTENTS
Preface
How the Manuals Are Divided.. .................... 1
What You Can Do with This Machine........... 3
The Control Panel (Main Control Panel)...... 5
The Control Panel
(Facsimile Control Panel)............. 7
Copying Functions
Making a Copy.. ............................................ 9
What You Can Do with This Machine
(Basic Copy Features)................ 11
What You Can Do with This Machine
(Optional Copy Features)........... 15
Facsimile Functions
Sending a Fax............................................ 17
What You Can Do with This Machine
(FA X Features)............................ 19
Other Useful Features
Operating the Machine from a Computer
(Remote UI)................................. 23
Printing from Your Computer
(Printer Driver).. .......................... 25
Additional Functions................................. 29
Troubleshooting.. ....................................... 30
Store this guide next to the machine for future reference.
How the Manuals Are Divided
How the Manuals Are Divided
Easy Operation Guide
Basic Features
Easy Operation Guide
Network Guide
Read this manual to learn
how to connect the machine
to a network.
Operating the Machine from a
Computer
Remote UI Guide
Read these manuals to learn basic information about the machine’s
operations, capabilities and functions. Keep them next to the machine for
future reference.
To Suit Your Needs
Control Panel
Additional Functions Mode
Making a Copy
How to Make the Machine More
Convenient
Using the Fax Function
Read this manual to learn
how to access the machine
from a computer to operate
and confirm jobs and edit
the various settings of the
machine.
Using the Machine in a TCP/IP
Network
Confirming the Status of the
Machine
Troubleshooting
Operating Jobs
Preface
How to Use the Machine and Function Overview
Connecting the Machine to a
Network or Computer
Copying
Functions
The manuals for the machine are divided as follows. Please read them as necessary to make full use of the
machine. Manuals included with optional equipment are included in the list below. The manuals you are provided
vary according to the products purchased and the system configurations.
Editing the Address Book and the
Various Settings of Machine
Other Useful Functions
Reference Guide/
User’s Guide
Copying Guide
Read these manuals to learn about the precautions when using the machine,
basic operations, optional equipment, machine maintenance and paper jam
removal procedures.
Before Using the Machine
System Manager Settings
Operating the LCD Display
Loading Paper
Using Optional Equipment
Replacing the Toner Cartridge
Additional Functions
Clearing a Paper Jam
PCL/UFR II
Printer Guide
UFR II Printer
Guide
Setting the Various Items in
Settings Menu
Setting the Various Items in Utility
Menu
Read this manual to learn how to copy documents and how to use the
various copying features.
Facsimile
Functions
Read these manuals to learn
how to edit the settings in
order to use the machine as
a printer.
Driver Guides
Fax Driver Guide
Read this manual to learn how to install and use
the driver that enables you to fax documents from a
computer.
Other Useful
Features
Using the Machine as a Printer
Handling and Operating the Machine
PCL Driver Guide
UFR ll Driver Guide
Read these manuals to learn how to install the
printer drivers for Windows, how to print, and how to
edit the printer settings.
Basic Copying Procedure
Other Guides
Useful Copying Features
Changing the Settings to Suit Your Needs
Network Quick Start Guide
Facsimile Guide
Read this manual to learn how to send scanned documents by fax.
Read this manual to start learning how to install and
use the driver of the machine.
Bar Code Printing Guide
Basic Sending Methods
Storing/Editing Address Book Settings
Sending/Receiving Faxes
System Settings
Useful Fax Functions
Printing Communication Reports
Checking/Changing the Fax Status
Troubleshooting
Customizing Fax Settings
Read this manual to use the bar code printing
function.
Color Network ScanGear User’s Guide
Read this manual to learn how to install and use the
driver which enables you to use the machine as a
scanner to scan documents to your computer.
What You Can Do with This Machine
What You Can Do with This Machine
To Enlarge/Reduce an Image to Copy to a Different
Size Paper............................................................... P. 11
Collate and Rotate Mode.................................................. P. 11
The iR2022/iR2018 brings to you all the elements you will ever
need in a digital multitasking machine.
To Copy Facing Pages in a Book...................................... P. 12
Preface
Refer to this manual for examples of useful
ways you can use your machine.
To Copy Two Originals onto One Sheet of Paper............. P. 12
To Select Image Quality.................................................... P. 13
Original
Scan
Function
Offset Collate and Staple Mode (Finishing)..................... P. 15
To Make Two-Sided Copies.............................................. P. 16
Send Outside the Company
Fax
Fax
Function
Telephone Line
Facsimile Function
Enables you to fax scanned documents. You can also
send to multiple destinations at one time and forward
received faxes as well.
Copy
Function
To Specify a Destination from the Address Book............. P. 19
To Specify a Destination from the Coded Dial.................. P. 19
To Specify a Destination from the One-Touch Dial.......... P. 19
* The optional Super G3 FAX Board is required.
To Recall the Most Recent Destinations........................... P. 20
To Stamp Originals Which Have Already Been
Scanned.................................................................. P. 20
LAN
Print
Function
Remote UI
Function
Print Function
In-company Computers
Fax Function
Copy/Print
To Send a Fax Directly . ................................................... P. 20
To Send Fax from a Computer . ....................................... P. 20
To Specify the Time to Start Sending............................... P. 21
Dialing Through a Switchboard........................................ P. 21
To Scan Two-Sided Originals........................................... P. 22
To Send Faxes Clearly...................................................... P. 22
Enables you to print on both sides of paper, output
sets of printouts, and use various other useful
features when printing documents from a computer.
* To enable the PCL Printer function, the optional PCL Printer
Kit is required.
To Operate the Machine from Your Desk......................... P. 23
Other Function
To Edit the Address Book from a Computer..................... P. 24
Copying
Functions
To Copy Different Size Original Together......................... P. 15
Facsimile
Functions
digital multitasking machines.
To Erase Shadows and Lines Appearing on Copies........ P. 14
To Check the Status of Paper in the Machine.................. P. 24
Page Settings.................................................................... P. 25
Finishing............................................................................ P. 26
Paper Source.................................................................... P. 27
Quality............................................................................... P. 28
Other Useful
Features
document work in a digitized office, the iR2022 /iR2018 represents the ultimate in
Enables you to reduce paper costs with features
such as making two-sided copies from one-sided
originals or reducing two originals to fit onto
one side of a paper. With the Finishing mode, the
Copying function is perfect for creating materials for
meetings.
To Adjust the Copy Density............................................... P. 14
Copying Function
The iR2022 /iR2018 incorporates a rich array of input and output features that can
greatly enhance your efficiency. Equipped with features that meet the needs of
To Copy onto Irregular Sized Paper.................................. P. 13
Copying Function
The Control Panel (Main Control Panel)
The Control Panel (Main Control Panel)
The control panel consists of the LCD, physical keys for copying and faxing, numeric keys, Additional Functions key,
and indicators. The following is an explanation of the keys used in this manual. For more information, see Chapter 1,
“Before You Start Using This Machine,” in the Reference Guide.
[Copy] Key
Press to adjust copy and fax density.
/
[View Settings] Key
Press to switch to the Copy mode.
Press to confirm settings.
[Scan] Key
[Collate/Staple] Key
Press to switch between the Collate and
Staple modes.
[Image Quality] Key
Preface
[Density] Key
LCD
Displays messages and prompts during
operation. Displays selection, text, and
numbers when adjusting the settings.
[Reset] Key
Press to enable the Network Scan
function. (See the Color Network
ScanGear User’s Guide.)
Press to return the machine to standby
mode.
Press to select image quality for copy and fax.
Copying
Functions
[System Monitor] Key
Press to check fax transmission, print,
copy, or report output status.
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[Counter Check] Key
Press to display the copy and print totals
and the machine’s serial number on the
LCD display.
[Numeric] Keys
Use to enter alphanumeric characters.
[Stop] Key
Press to stop copying or scanning.
[Start] Key
Press to start copying, scanning and
faxing.
[Clear] Key
Press to clear entered alphanumeric
characters.
[Copy Ratio] Key
Press to enlarge or reduce copy ratio.
or
[Log In/Out] Key
Keys
Press to decrease or increase the value
for various settings. Also press to view
the previous or next item in the menu.
Press when setting or enabling
[Different Size Originals] Key
[2-Sided] Key
Department ID Management.
Press to set different size originals for copying.
Press to specify the 2-Sided mode.
[Additional Functions] Key
Press to select or cancel modes in Additional
Functions.
[OK] Key
[2 on 1] Key
Press to accept a set function or mode.
Press to set 2 on 1 Copying.
[2-Page Separation] Key
Press to specify the 2-Page Separation mode.
[Frame Erase] Key
Press to set frame erase for copying.
Facsimile
Functions
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ID
Press to select the
desired paper source.
(Paper drawer 1-4, Stack
bypass.)
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4
OK
[Paper Select] Key
2
Press to turn the control panel ON or
OFF. When turned OFF, the machine is in
the Sleep mode.
Other Useful
Features
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[Power] Key
The Control Panel (Facsimile Control Panel)
The Control Panel (Facsimile Control Panel)
[Coded Dial] Key
[Address Book] Key
[Redial/Pause] Key
[Hook] Key
Press to perform coded speed dialing.
Press to search for names or fax
numbers registered for speed dialing,
and then use the number for dialing.
Redial the three most recent
destinations that was dialed
manually using the numeric keys.
Press to activate or deactivate the
telephone line. This is necessary for
dialing a fax information service.
Preface
The Facsimile Control Panel is attached only if the optional Super G3 FAX Board and Fax Panel-B1 are installed.
For more information on using the Fax function, see the Facsimile Guide.
[Delayed TX] Key
[Direct TX] Key
[Stamp] Key
Press to dial an outside line access
number or an extension number
when the unit is connected through
a switchboard (PBX).
Press to set Delayed TX.
Press to set Direct TX.
Press to apply a stamp on the front
side of originals after they have been
scanned, so that you can determine
whether a document was scanned
and send.
[Fax] Key
Coded Dial
Address Book
Redial/Pause
Hook
R
Delayed TX
Direct TX
Stamp
Press to switch to the Fax mode.
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OK
ID
21~40
Other Useful
Features
Facsimile
Functions
[R] Key
Copying
Functions
Press to insert a pause between
digits or after the entire fax number.
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41~60
[Tone] Key
One-Touch Speed Dial Keys
Press to use one-touch speed
dialing. (Pre-registered frequently
used numbers.)
Press to switch temporarily to tone
dialing when connected through a
rotary pulse line. This enables you
to access information services that
only accept tone dialing.
Copying Functions
Making a Copy
Making a Copy
The following is an explanation of the basic procedure for copying a document. For more detailed procedures, see
the references to other guides.
[Copy] to switch to the Copy
Specify the Number of Copies
Start Copying
Place in the feeder
Copy Standby Display
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ID
ID
Preface
Press
mode.
Place Your Originals
Copying
Functions
Prepare
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If the machine is in the Sleep mode, press
[Power].
If the message <ENTER DEPT. ID> appears,
enter the Department ID and password.
Close the feeder/platen cover after placing your
originals.
If necessary, set the copy modes with the physical
keys for copying, or Additional Functions key.
Enter the desired number of copies (1 to 99)
with the numeric keys.
If you make a mistake when entering values, press
[Clear]
enter the correct values.
When copying is complete, remove your originals.
To Cancel Copying
Press
You can also place paper in the stack bypass
to copy. (For more information, see Chapter 2,
“Basic Operations,” in the Reference Guide.)
[Stop].
• If you press
[Stop] during scanning
• Press [OK].
For details about the size and type of paper, see
Chapter 2, “Basic Operations,” in the Reference
Guide.
• If you press
For more information, see Chapter 2, “Basic
Operations,” in the Reference Guide.
When a message appears on the LCD display,
press
or
to select the size, and press
[Start] again.
To set the various copy modes, press
[Additional Functions] and select <COPY
SETTINGS>.
For more information on the copy modes you
can set from the Additional Functions menu, see
p. 8 in the Easy Operation Guide (To Suit Your
Needs).
If the message <NO CONTROL CARD/INSERT
CONTROL CARD> appears, insert a control card.
[Start].
The number of copies you specify is displayed
on the right-hand side of the LCD display.
For more information on the basic copy features,
see p. 11 to p. 14. For more information on the
optional copy features, see p. 15 and p. 16.
If the message <ENTER USER ID> appears,
enter the User ID and password.
Press
Other Useful
Features
Place your originals.
Facsimile
Functions
Place on the platen glass
• Press
[Stop] during printing
to select <YES>.
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Copying Functions
What You Can Do with This Machine (Basic Copy Features)
What You Can Do with This Machine
To Copy Facing Pages in a Book
[2-Page Separation]
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2
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0
#
OK
ID
Original
1
C
Press [OK]
When <ORIGINAL SIZE> appears on
the LCD display, press
or
to
select the size, and press
[Start]
again.
Useful when enlarging or reducing an original of one standard paper size to another, such
as enlarging an A4 original to A3 size or reducing A3 to A4 size. Simply select the desired
paper size from the displayed keys to automatically set the optimum zoom ratio.
If you press
[Copy Ratio] twice, you can enter the copy ratio from 50% to 200%, can be
selected in increments of 1% by
or
.
Original
Copy
Facsimile
Functions
Copying Guide Chapter 1
To Copy Two Originals onto One Sheet of Paper
[2 on 1]
Press
or
50%, 70%, 141% and 200%
Copying Guide Chapter 2
Other Useful
Features
[Copy Ratio]
Copy
1
Copy Features Keys
To Enlarge/Reduce an Image to Copy to a
Different Size Paper
It is common for the paper size to become too large when copying an opened
book. Use this mode to copy facing pages in a book or bound original.
Copying
Functions
The following is an explanation of
the basic features often used when
copying a document. For more detailed
procedures, see the references to other
guides.
Copying Guide Chapter 2
Preface
(Basic Copy Features)
This mode enables you to automatically reduce two originals to fit onto one side of a
selected paper size. This is useful for arranging a variety of originals on one sheet of
paper for easy viewing and for saving paper and space when storing printouts.
Press [OK]
Press [OK]
Collate and Rotate Mode
Copying Guide Chapter 1
Press
[Collate/Staple]
Press
/
[Collate/Staple]
repeatedly until the indicator for the
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1
Copy 3
Press [OK]
Collate
1
Collate mode lights.
* The Rotate mode is not available if the optional
Funisher-U2 is attached.
Copy 2
Copy 1
Original
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2
3
4
Original
2
1
3
4
2
1
3
4
Press
2
Copy
or
If the Collate mode is set, the copies are automatically collated into sets arranged in
page order. If the copies are of the same size and the Rotate mode is set, the sheets
are output in alternating directions.
OK
Original
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2
1
2
2 on 1
or
4
Copes
Rotate
1
2
3
4
Press [OK]
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Copying Functions
What You Can Do with This Machine (Basic Copy Features)
What You Can Do with This Machine (Basic Copy Features)
To Adjust the Copy Density
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9
0
#
or
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Press [OK]
Copy Features Keys
To Select Image Quality
[Image Quality]
Copying Guide Chapter 1
You can adjust image quality to the level best suited to the quality of texts or photo
originals.
Press
[Image Quality]
repeatedly .
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Text
Darker
Copying
Functions
Lighter
To Erase Shadows and Lines Appearing on
Copies
[Frame Erase]
Press
Copying Guide Chapter 2
Facsimile
Functions
ID
Press
This mode enables you to erase shadows and lines that appear when copying
various types of originals. The following three Frame Erase modes are available:
Original Frame Erase, Book Frame Erase, and Binding Erase.
Copy (A4)
[Frame Erase] repeatedly.
Original (A5)
Original Frame Erase
mode selected
Other Useful
Features
OK
This mode enables you to adjust the copy density to the most appropriate level for the
original either automatically or manually.
Adjusting automatically: Press [Density] once.
Adjusting manually: Press [Density] twice.
Preface
[Density]
Copying Guide Chapter 1
Copy (A4)
Press [OK]
Photo
Text/Photo
Press
Original Frame Erase
mode not selected
or
Copy
Original
Book Frame Erase
mode selected
Press [OK]
To Copy onto Irregular Sized Paper
[Paper Select]
Reference Guide Chapter 2
Copy
Press
or
Book Frame Erase
mode not selected
To copy onto non-standard size paper, load the paper into the stack bypass, and
simply set the size and type (such as Plain or Heavy) of the paper.
Copy
Press [OK]
Original
Binding Hole Erase
mode selected
Press
[Paper Select] repeatedly until the
indicator for the stack bypass lights.
Copy
Binding Hole Erase
mode not selected
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Copying Functions
What You Can Do with This Machine (Optional Copy Features)
What You Can Do with This Machine
To Make Two-Sided Copies
[2-Sided]
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0
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OK
ID
This mode enables you to make two-sided copies from one-sided or two-sided originals,
or make one-sided copies from two-sided originals. If the 1 to 2-Sided mode is used
when the 2 on 1 Combination mode is set to <ON>, two pages of the originals are printed
on one side of the paper, and another two pages on the other side.
Original
Press
Copy
[2-Sided] repeatedly.
C
1 > 2-Sided
Copying
Functions
The following is an explanation of the
features with the optional equipment
attached to the machine. For more detailed
procedures, see the references to other
guides.
Copying Guide Chapter 2
Preface
(Optional Copy Features)
Press [OK]
Original
Copy Features Keys
Press
[Different Size Originals]
or
2 > 2-Sided
Copying Guide Chapter 2
This mode enables you to copy different size originals together. You can select
<SAME WIDTH> or <DIFFERENT WIDTH>.
Original
Facsimile
Functions
To Copy Different Size Original Together
Copy
Copy
Press [OK]
2 > 1-Sided
A3 Original
[Different Size Originals] repeatedly.
Original
Other Useful
Features
A4 Original
Press
Copy
Direction for
loading paper
Book > 2-Sided
(Left/Right 2-Sided)
* For the iR2018, the optional feeder (DADF-P2) is required to
use this mode.
Press [OK]
Original
Offset Collate and Staple Mode (Finishing)
[Collate/Staple]
OK
If the Offset Collate mode is set, the copies are automatically collated into sets
arranged in page order and shifted to the front and back alternately. If the Staple
mode is set, the copies are automatically collated into sets arranged in page order
and stapled.
Original
Press /
[Collate/Staple] repeatedly
until the indicator for the Collate or Staple
Offset
Collate
1
2
Copy1
1
3
mode lights.
2
4
Original
* The Offset Collate mode and Staple mode can be
set only if the optional Finisher-U2 is attached.
Copy2
1
3
2
4
Copy1
Copy2
1
3
Book > 2-Sided
(Front/Back 2-Sided)
* To make two-sided copies, either the optional Duplex Unit-B1,
the feeder (DADF-P2), or both are required.
Copy3
4
1
2
3
1
1
4
Copy3
Staple
1
1
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Copying Guide Chapter 1
Copy
2
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3
4
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1
1
1
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Facsimile Functions
Sending a Fax
Sending a Fax
The following is an explanation of the basic procedure for sending a fax. Sending a fax is available only if the
optional Super G3 FAX Board is installed. For more information on the settings, see the references in each step.
[Fax] to switch to the Fax mode.
Enter the Fax Number
Start Sending the Fax
Place in the feeder
Fax Standby Display
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ID
ID
Preface
Press
Place Your Originals
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Copying
Functions
Prepare
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Enter the fax number.
Press
[Start].
Place on the platen glass
and press
To scan bound or irregular sized originals, place
them on the platen glass.
After placing originals on the platen glass, make
sure to close the feeder/platen cover.
ou can select from three sending methods:
Y
memory sending, direct sending, manual sending.
(See Chapter 2, “Basic Sending Methods,” in the
Facsimile Guide)
For more information, see Chapter 2, “Basic
Operations,” in the Reference Guide.
When faxing is complete, remove your originals.
To send a clear fax, set a high resolution. You can
Coded Dial
Address Book
Redial/Pause
Hook
set the resolution by pressing
or
R
Registering a Destination
Before you can use one-touch speed dialing, you
need to register the recipients’ fax/telephone
numbers. You can register up to 60 numbers for onetouch speed dialing.
Before you can use coded speed dialing, you need
to register the recipients’ fax/telephone numbers.
You can register up to 140 numbers for coded speed
dialing.
Before you can use group dialing, you need to
register the recipients’ fax/telephone numbers. You
can register up to 199 groups, which can include
one-touch speed dialing keys and/or coded speed
dialing codes. Each time you program a one-touch
speed dialing key or coded speed dialing code, the
amount of available group dials is reduced by one.
For more information on registering destinations in the
Address Book, see Chapter 2, “Basic Sending Methods” in
the Facsimile Guide.
Delayed TX
Direct TX
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06
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21~40
[Image Quality]
[Density].
Stamp
41~60
By pressing the one-touch speed dialing keys, you
can also specify destinations you have registered
in advance.
By pressing [Coded Dial], you can also specify
destinations you have registered in advance.
By pressing the group dialing keys allocated to the onetouch or coded speed dialing keys, you can also specify
destinations you have registered in advance.
By pressing [Address Book], you can also specify
destinations you have registered in advance.
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[Start] again.
Other Useful
Features
If Department ID/User ID Management is set, it
is necessary to enter an ID and password. (If an
optional card reader is attached, insert a control
card.)
Facsimile
Functions
When <ORIGINAL SIZE> appears on the LCD
display, press
or
to select the size,
Place your originals.
ialing an overseas number may involve pausing
D
between certain digits of the number.
If [CONFIRM FAX NO.] is set <ON>, a
confirmation message appears when a number
for a new destination is entered from the
numeric keys.
For more information on registering fax
destinations, see Chapter 2, “Basic Sending
Methods” in the Facsimile Guide.
For information on useful fax features, see p. 19
to p. 22.
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Facsimile Functions
What You Can Do with This Machine (FAX Features)
What You Can Do with This Machine
To Recall the Most Recent Destinations
Coded Dial
Address Book
Redial/Pause
Hook
R
Delayed TX
Direct TX
Stamp
To Specify a Destination from the Address Book
Address Book
Facsimile Guide Chapter 2
When you use the Address Book, you can quickly find a
fax/telephone number by entering the destination name
you registered to the one-touch dialing keys or coded
speed dialing keys. If you know the destination name, but
you are not sure which type of speed dialing (one-touch
dialing key, coded speed dialing key, or group dialing)
you registered for the fax/telephone number, the Address
Book is useful for reference.
To Stamp Originals Which Have Already Been
Scanned
[Stamp]
To Send a Fax Directly
Facsimile Guide Chapter 3
With direct sending, the machine sends the document on
the feeder as it scans one page, without storing all pages
into the memory at once. You can send a document ahead
of other documents stored in memory.
Direct TX
[Coded Dial]
Coded Dial
Facsimile Guide Chapter 2
Dial by pressing [Coded Dial] followed by a three-digit
code using the numeric keys on the control panel.
Before you can use coded speed dialing, you need to
register the recipients’ fax/telephone numbers.
<NOT REGISTERED> appears if no fax/telephone
number is assigned to the coded dialing key you pressed.
To Send Fax from a Computer
Facsimile Guide Chapter 2
Dial by pressing a one-touch speed dialing key on the control panel.
Before you can use one-touch dialing, you need to register recipients’ fax/telephone numbers.
<NOT REGISTERED> appears if no fax/telephone number is assigned to the One-Touch dialing key you
pressed.
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Fax Driver Guide
3
4
1
To Specify a Destination from the One-Touch Dial
Stamp
* This mode is available only if the optional feeder (DADF-P2) is
attached.
[Direct TX]
To Specify a Destination from the Coded Dial
Facsimile Guide Chapter 3
You can stamp every page of the
documents that are sent or scanned
using the stamp feature. If you place
the document vertically in the feeder,
the stamp will be placed at the
location shown in the illustration.
Stamp
Preface
Redial/Pause
Fax Features Keys
[Address Book]
You can recall the three most recent destinations that was
dialed using the numeric leys.
Copying
Functions
[Redial/Pause]
Facsimile
Functions
The following is an explanation of the features often
used when faxing a document.
For more detailed procedures, see the Facsimile
Guide.
Facsimile Guide Chapter 2
Other Useful
Features
(FAX Features)
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Select [Print] from the file menu
the fax driver
press [Print].
select
After entering the destination, press [Add to
Recipient List].
* It is necessary to install the fax driver to send faxes from your computer. The display may differ according to the OS (operating
system) you are using and the fax driver. For more information, see the Fax Driver Guide.
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Facsimile Functions
What You Can Do with This Machine (FAX Features)
Coded Dial
Address Book
Redial/Pause
Hook
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
#
OK
Delayed TX
Direct TX
ID
Stamp
C
Copying
Functions
R
Preface
What You Can Do with This Machine (FAX Features)
Fax Features Keys
Delayed TX
Use the delayed transmission to store a document in
memory and then to have it sent at a preset time, for
example, when telephone rates are lower. You can set up
to 70 documents for delayed sending.
To Scan Two-Sided Originals
[2-Sided]
[R]
R
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Facsimile Guide Chapter 7
A PBX (Private Branch Exchange) is an on-site telephone
switchboard. If your machine is connected through a PBX
or other telephone switching system, you have to dial the
outside line access number first, then the number of the
party you are calling.
To facilitate this procedure, you can register the PBX
access type and the outside line access number under [R]
so that you only need to press this key before dialing the
fax/telephone number you require.
You can set the machine to automatically turn over twosided originals that are placed in the feeder, so as to scan
each side separately.
* This mode is available only if the optional feeder (DADF-P2) is
attached.
To Send Faxes Clearly
Dialing Through a Switchboard
Facsimile Guide Chapter 3
Facsimile
Functions
[Delayed TX]
Facsimile Guide Chapter 3
Other Useful
Features
To Specify the Time to Start Sending
Facsimile Guide Chapter 3
[Image Quality]
You can specify the resolution before scanning the
original. The following settings are available for adjusting
the resolution: Standard, Fine, Photo, Super Fine, Ultra
Fine.
[Density]
You can set the scan density before scanning the original.
Density refers to the degree of difference between the
light and dark areas of an image.
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Other Useful Features
Operating the Machine from a Computer (Remote UI)
Operating the Machine from a Computer
(Remote UI)
For more information, see the Remote UI Guide.
The Remote UI enables you to control functions, such as confirming the status of the machine and job
operations, from your PC’s web browser. For more information, see the Remote UI Guide.
The Remote UI enables you to edit the Address Book of the machine using the Web browser on your
computer. Select the Address Book in the Remote UI and enter a new destination. Destinations registered
using the Remote UI are stored in the Address Book of the machine. For more information, see the Remote UI
Guide.
Copying
Functions
To Operate the Machine from Your Desk
Preface
To Edit the Address Book from a Computer
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2
Facsimile
Functions
1
1
Enter the IP address of the machine into the Web
browser on your computer to access the Remote UI.
You can perform various functions from the Remote
UI, such as editing the Address Book.
Press [None] to display the screen for registering
destinations. When the Address Property screen is
displayed, click [Edit].
Enter the destination in <Fax Number>
enter
other necessary information for the address
click
[OK].
Other Useful
Features
* The IP address in the above screenshot is for illustrative
purposes only. Ask your system administrator for the IP
address of your machine.
To Check the Status of Paper in the Machine
Register Address
Management Settings
Preferences
The Remote UI enables you to check items such as the machine’s current status or whether or not there is
paper in the various paper sources.
Network
Select [Device] in the
Remote UI.
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Check the paper status.
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Other Useful Features
Printing from Your Computer (Printer Driver)
Printing from Your Computer (Printer Driver)
For more information, see the printer and driver guides.
* The following screenshots may differ from the ones you see on your computer, depending on the driver or operating system you are using.
Enables you to save the
current settings as a profile.
Output Method
Output Size
Enables you to select the
output method for a print
job.
Enables you to select the
size of the paper to print on.
Print With Mixed Paper Sizes/
Orientations
Enables you to print a document with
a combination of paper sizes and
orientation.
Finishing Details
Enables you to specify detailed finishing
settings.
Print Banner Page
Enables you to print a banner page for each print
job. A banner page shows the user name, date,
and file name.
Edit Profile
Enables you to edit the
contents of registered
profiles.
Copying
Functions
Enables you to set the
printer driver simply by
selecting an item from the
list. Printer drivers settings
for different purposes are
registered.
Add Profile
Print with Upper Left of Sheet as Starting
Point
Page Layout
Enables you to expand print area.
Page Size
Enables you to select the
size of a document you have
created in an application.
Enables you to print multiple
pages onto one sheet of
paper, or one page onto
multiple sheets of paper.
Rotate Print Data 180 Degrees
Enables you to rotate the image 180 degrees when
printing.
Facsimile
Functions
Profile
Finishing
Preface
Page Settings
Advanced Settings
When you have trouble outputting with
finishing options, this enables you to
display the [Advanced Settings] dialog
box.
Other Useful
Features
Image Refinement
Enables you to set whether to perform smoothing.
Smoothing allows you to soften the jagged edges
of text and figures when printing.
Manual Scaling
EMF Spooling
Enables you to print each page
of the document on one sheet of
paper, using manual zooming.
Enables you to specify whether or not to spool the print data in the EMF
(metafile) format. Select this to perform spooling in the EMF format and
make the software you are using send print data to the machine faster.
Deselect this to print in the RAW format.
Page Options
Enables you to add
page frames, the date,
a user name, and page
numbers. You can also
select whether to use
the Overlay mode to
print.
Special Fine Line Process
Enables you to print fine lines correctly if you find they do not do so
ordinarily. This option is available if you have selected [Super Fine]
(1200 dpi) for [Resolution] in the [Detailed Settings] dialog box of the
[Quality] sheet.
Watermark
Enables you to print the document
with a watermark on it.
Detailed Settings for Booklet
View Settings
Edit Watermark
Print Style
Enables you to check a list of
all the current sheet settings.
Enables you to edit the
position and direction of
a watermark or create an
original watermark.
* The screens shown on this page are from the iR2022. Procedures for the iR2018 is the same unless otherwise noted.
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Enables you to set 1-sided
printing, 2-sided printing, or
booklet mode.
Binding Location
Enables you to select long edge
(left) or short edge (top) binding
for prints, when you have selected
1-sided Printing or 2-sided
Printing for the Print Style.
Gutter
Enables you to specify booklet printing
options. Selectable when you have
selected Booklet Printing for Print Style.
Enables you to specify the gutter
width.
* The screens shown on this page are from the iR2022. Procedures for the iR2018 is the same unless otherwise noted.
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Other Useful Features
Printing from Your Computer (Printer Driver)
Printing from Your Computer (Printer Driver)
* The following screenshots may differ from the ones you see on your computer, depending on the driver or operating system you are using.
Quality
Preface
Paper Source
Objective
Select by
Same Paper for All Pages
Copying
Functions
Enables you to print a document with the ideal print settings
according to its content. When you select an item, a comment
is displayed below the list. To specify more detailed settings,
click [Details], which is on the right.
Enables you to select [Paper
Source] or [Paper Type] for
the selection method.
Details
Enables you to set all pages to use the same paper type. You
can still select the paper sources.
Facsimile
Functions
Enables you to specify the rendering rate, the resolution, the
halftones, and the toner save.
Different for First, Others, and Last
Other Useful
Features
Enables you to set a different paper type for the first page, last page,
and the other pages. This is useful when you want to add a cover, etc.
Transparency Interleaving
When you are printing transparencies, enables you to
insert another type of paper between each transparency.
Different for First, Second, Others, and Last
Enables you to set a different paper type for the first page, second
page, last page, and the other pages.
Grayscale Adjustment
Enables you to adjust the brightness and
contrast.
Matching
Enables you to set or edit the matching mode and matching
method (minimize color difference, make colors more vibrant,
and adjust colors to your monitor).
Different Cover and Others
Enables you to set a different paper type
for the cover when making a booklet.
* The screens shown on this page are from the iR2022. Procedures for the iR2018 is the same unless otherwise noted.
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* The screens shown on this page are from the iR2022. Procedures for the iR2018 is the same unless otherwise noted.
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Other Useful Features
Additional Functions/Troubleshooting
Additional Functions
Troubleshooting
Press
[Additional Functions] on the control panel to display the Additional Functions menu. The Additional
Functions menu enables you to customize the various settings of the machine. You can also make the necessary
settings for using the Fax function, such as the telephone line type and fax number. For more information, see the
Easy Operation Guide (To Suit Your Needs).
For toner replacement and paper loading procedures, or when you want to know how to solve problems that have
occurred when using the machine, see the following references to the other guides.
COMMON STIINGS
Enables you to specify the settings that are common to the
Copy, Fax, and Printer functions.
Chapter
Title
When paper has run out
Reference
7
Loading Paper
When there are paper jams
Reference
8
Clearing Paper Jams
When there are frequent paper jams
Reference
8
Reducing the Frequency of Paper Jams
Reference
7
Replacing the Toner Cartridge
When there is a staple jam
Reference
8
Clearing Staple Jams
When staples have run out
Reference
7
Replacing the Staple Cartridge
Reference
7
Routine Cleaning
Reference
8
List of Error Messages
Facsimile
9
LCD Messages
When the density of a copy or print is different from
the original
Reference
5
Adjusting the Printer Density
When a print is dirty
Reference
7
Routine Cleaning
When you cannot send
Facsimile
9
Sending Problems
When you cannot receive
Facsimile
9
Receiving Problems
When communications are slow
Facsimile
9
Faxing Problems
When the power does not turn ON
Reference
8
List of Error Message
When the Error code message is displayed.
Reference
8
Service Call Message
Preface
Enables you to set whether or not to sound audible tones.
You can also change their volume.
Guide
Paper
Copying
Functions
VOLUME CONTROL
Problem
Toner
When toner has run out
COPY SETTINGS
Enables you to register or edit the Fax Settings according to
your needs.
Scanning trouble
When originals scanned with the platen glass/feeder
become dirty
ADDRESS BOOK SET.
Enables you to register or edit settings for the Address
Book.
Facsimile
Functions
TX/RX SETTINGS
Staples
When memory becomes full during scanning
Other Useful
Features
Enables you to edit the settings for the Copy function.
Printing trouble
PRINTER SETTINGS
For more information, see the PCL/UFR II Printer Guide or
UFR II Printer Guide.
Communications problems
TIMER SETTINGS
Enables you to make various timer related settings for the
machine, such as the time it takes for the machine to enter
the Sleep mode.
ADJUST./CLEANING
Enables you to make adjustments for printing or perform
cleaning for the machine.
REPORT SETTINGS
Enables you to set the print conditions for printing a TX
Report, RX Report, and Activity Report. You can also print
lists of the recipients registered for speed dialing or contents
of the Additional Functions.
SYSTEM SETTINGS
Other problems
When an error message other than those above is displayed, see Chapter 8, “List of Error Messages,” in the Reference Guide or Chapter 9, “LCD
Messages,” in the Facsimile Guide.
Enables you to set System Manager Information, Department
ID Management, Network Settings, and other system
settings.
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