Epson PictureMate Deluxe Viewer Edition Compact Photo Printer Start Here Card

Start Here
2
Install the Photo
Cartridge
6
If the door does not close
completely, the cartridge
is not installed correctly.
Remove it and try again.
®
1
7
Flip the handle to the
back of PictureMate
and all the way down.
Release lever
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Set up your PictureMate and
print –no computer required!
2
Note: To print from your computer, see Using PictureMate With a
Computer and your CD after completing these steps.
1
Open the cartridge door on the back of PictureMate.
You see the release lever.
Close the cartridge door.
Make sure it snaps shut.
Move the lever to the Release position by sliding it
in the direction shown.
3
Load Paper
Your PictureMate comes with photo paper made especially
for it.
Unpack
To release lever
PictureMate comes with all these items in the box.
Remove all the tape and packing material from PictureMate,
including the plastic film on the photo viewer screen.
Power adapter
PictureMate
Photo Paper
3
4
PictureMate
Deluxe Viewer Edition
Shake the photo cartridge a few times in its package,
then unwrap the cartridge.
Slide the cartridge straight into the slot, label side up,
until it is fully inserted. Push in both sides evenly to
make sure it is not crooked.
Caution: Don’t load or print on plain paper; this may damage
PictureMate.
1
Flip up the photo viewer screen.
2
Open the paper
support.
3
Pull up the paper
support all the way.
4
4
Open the output tray.
Note: Make sure the paper support is fully
extended and the handle is all the way down.
Power cable
PictureMate
Photo Cartridge
5
Using PictureMate
Without a Computer
booklet
PictureMate
Software
CD
+
Using PictureMate
With a Computer
booklet
Caution: Make sure both sides of the cartridge are even,
or ink may leak. If either side is sticking out, remove the
cartridge and reinstall it.
Place your paper against
the right edge, with the
glossy side up.
Load up to 20 sheets
at one time.
Note: If you purchased the optional PictureMate Deluxe Viewer
Edition battery, see Using PictureMate Without a Computer for
instructions. Make sure you install the photo cartridge and plug in
the AC adapter and power cable before installing the battery.
Caution: To avoid damaging your PictureMate,
keep it out of the sun and don’t leave it in your
car or other location where it can get too hot or
too cold.
Right
5
Wrong
Move the lever right to the Lock position. If it does
not lock in place, the cartridge is not installed
correctly. Release it and try again.
6
Slide the edge guide
against the paper.
Note: Keep unused paper in the
original package and store it flat
to prevent curling.
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Turn over
Start Here
2
Install the Photo
Cartridge
6
If the door does not close
completely, the cartridge
is not installed correctly.
Remove it and try again.
®
1
7
Flip the handle to the
back of PictureMate
and all the way down.
Release lever
4051812-00 XXX
Set up your PictureMate and
print –no computer required!
2
Note: To print from your computer, see Using PictureMate With a
Computer and your CD after completing these steps.
1
Open the cartridge door on the back of PictureMate.
You see the release lever.
Close the cartridge door.
Make sure it snaps shut.
Move the lever to the Release position by sliding it
in the direction shown.
3
Load Paper
Your PictureMate comes with photo paper made especially
for it.
Unpack
To release lever
PictureMate comes with all these items in the box.
Remove all the tape and packing material from PictureMate,
including the plastic film on the photo viewer screen.
Power adapter
PictureMate
Photo Paper
3
4
PictureMate
Deluxe Viewer Edition
Shake the photo cartridge a few times in its package,
then unwrap the cartridge.
Slide the cartridge straight into the slot, label side up,
until it is fully inserted. Push in both sides evenly to
make sure it is not crooked.
Caution: Don’t load or print on plain paper; this may damage
PictureMate.
1
Flip up the photo viewer screen.
2
Open the paper
support.
3
Pull up the paper
support all the way.
4
4
Open the output tray.
Note: Make sure the paper support is fully
extended and the handle is all the way down.
Power cable
PictureMate
Photo Cartridge
5
Using PictureMate
Without a Computer
booklet
PictureMate
Software
CD
+
Using PictureMate
With a Computer
booklet
Caution: Make sure both sides of the cartridge are even,
or ink may leak. If either side is sticking out, remove the
cartridge and reinstall it.
Place your paper against
the right edge, with the
glossy side up.
Load up to 20 sheets
at one time.
Note: If you purchased the optional PictureMate Deluxe Viewer
Edition battery, see Using PictureMate Without a Computer for
instructions. Make sure you install the photo cartridge and plug in
the AC adapter and power cable before installing the battery.
Caution: To avoid damaging your PictureMate,
keep it out of the sun and don’t leave it in your
car or other location where it can get too hot or
too cold.
Right
5
Wrong
Move the lever right to the Lock position. If it does
not lock in place, the cartridge is not installed
correctly. Release it and try again.
6
Slide the edge guide
against the paper.
Note: Keep unused paper in the
original package and store it flat
to prevent curling.
*410098700*
*410098700*
Printed in XXXXXX XX.XX-XX XXX
Turn over
Start Here
2
Install the Photo
Cartridge
6
If the door does not close
completely, the cartridge
is not installed correctly.
Remove it and try again.
®
1
7
Flip the handle to the
back of PictureMate
and all the way down.
Release lever
4051812-00 XXX
Set up your PictureMate and
print –no computer required!
2
Note: To print from your computer, see Using PictureMate With a
Computer and your CD after completing these steps.
1
Open the cartridge door on the back of PictureMate.
You see the release lever.
Close the cartridge door.
Make sure it snaps shut.
Move the lever to the Release position by sliding it
in the direction shown.
3
Load Paper
Your PictureMate comes with photo paper made especially
for it.
Unpack
To release lever
PictureMate comes with all these items in the box.
Remove all the tape and packing material from PictureMate,
including the plastic film on the photo viewer screen.
Power adapter
PictureMate
Photo Paper
3
4
PictureMate
Deluxe Viewer Edition
Shake the photo cartridge a few times in its package,
then unwrap the cartridge.
Slide the cartridge straight into the slot, label side up,
until it is fully inserted. Push in both sides evenly to
make sure it is not crooked.
Caution: Don’t load or print on plain paper; this may damage
PictureMate.
1
Flip up the photo viewer screen.
2
Open the paper
support.
3
Pull up the paper
support all the way.
4
Open the output tray.
Note: Make sure the paper support is fully
extended and the handle is all the way down.
Power cable
PictureMate
Photo Cartridge
5
Using PictureMate
Without a Computer
booklet
PictureMate
Software
CD
+
Using PictureMate
With a Computer
booklet
Caution: Make sure both sides of the cartridge are even,
or ink may leak. If either side is sticking out, remove the
cartridge and reinstall it.
Place your paper against
the right edge, with the
glossy side up.
Load up to 20 sheets
at one time.
Note: If you purchased the optional PictureMate Deluxe Viewer
Edition battery, see Using PictureMate Without a Computer for
instructions. Make sure you install the photo cartridge and plug in
the AC adapter and power cable before installing the battery.
Caution: To avoid damaging your PictureMate,
keep it out of the sun and don’t leave it in your
car or other location where it can get too hot or
too cold.
Right
5
Wrong
Move the lever right to the Lock position. If it does
not lock in place, the cartridge is not installed
correctly. Release it and try again.
6
Slide the edge guide
against the paper.
Note: Keep unused paper in the
original package and store it flat
to prevent curling.
*410098700*
*410098700*
Printed in XXXXXX XX.XX-XX XXX
4
4
Plug In and Turn
On PictureMate
1
Connect the power cable
to the power adapter.
2
Plug the small cable into
the back of PictureMate.
3
Plug the other end of
the power cable into a
standard power outlet.
4
Press the
On button to
turn on PictureMate.
On button
PictureMate gets the cartridge ready for printing.
After a few minutes, you see a message that
PictureMate is ready.
5
5
Insert a Memory
Card
Remove the memory card containing photos from your camera,
then follow these steps:
1
Flip down the memory card door.
2
Insert your memory card into the correct slot.
Top
Press the OK button.
You see this message on the
photo viewer screen:
SmartMedia™
xD Picture Card™
xD Picture Card Type M
6
When Print All is highlighted on the
screen, you can print all the photos on
your memory card. Press the green
Print button twice. To select individual
photos, follow these steps:
1
Press the
button to highlight
Print Some.
2
Press the OK button. You see
your first photo on the screen:
3
If you want to print this photo,
press the
button to select
the number of copies.
4
Press the
button to see the next photo on your
card. If you want to print it, press the
button
to select the number of copies.
5
Repeat step 4 for all the photos you want to print.
6
When you have chosen all the
photos you want, press the
Print button.
You see a Print Confirmation:
Middle
6
SD (Secure Digital)
mini SD™ *
MMC™ (MultiMediaCard™)
Do one of the
following:
• If you want to start printing
right away, press the Back button.
Then go to section 5.
Sony Memory Stick®
Memory Stick Duo™ *
Memory Stick PRO™
Memory Stick PRO Duo™ *
MagicGate™ Memory Stick
MagicGate Memory Stick Duo *
Bottom
3
Press the button. You see a
list of layout settings:
Push the card in until it stops (it won’t go in all
the way). The memory card light comes on, and
PictureMate tells you how many photos are
on the card.
Memory card light
Note: Insert just one card at a time. PictureMate does not
9
read multiple cards at once.
Press the
or
button to highlight the layout you
want to use most often. Then press the OK button.
Press the OK button again to move to the Color
Effects setting.
Repeat steps 7 and 8 to select the color, date stamp,
time stamp, and print mode settings you want to use
most of the time.
7
or
button to review the photos
Press the Print button again to start printing.
For More Information
CompactFlash™ Type I and II
Microdrive™
After you press OK, you see
the first wizard message:
8
You can press the
you have selected.
* Adapter required
• If you want to select your personal settings, press
the OK button and follow the steps below.
7
Print Your Photos
4
Close the memory
card door.
Printing Without a Computer
See this booklet to learn more about printing
and saving photos without using a computer.
You can crop, select photos by date, and print
your photos with Disney® character frames.
Printing With a Computer
See this booklet and CD for steps on
installing software and the on-screen
User’s Guide. View the User’s Guide
for complete instructions on using
PictureMate.
Help on the Photo Viewer Screen
Check the Help menu for special tips
on using PictureMate. Press the Menu
button. Press
or
to select Help,
then press . Press
or
to select
a topic, then press .
Epson and PictureMate are registered trademarks of Seiko Epson Corporation.
General Notice: Other product names used herein are for identification purposes
only and may be trademarks of their respective owners. Epson disclaims any and
all rights in those marks.
© 2005 Epson America, Inc. 3/05
CPD-19365
4
Plug In and Turn
On PictureMate
1
Connect the power cable
to the power adapter.
2
Plug the small cable into
the back of PictureMate.
3
Plug the other end of
the power cable into a
standard power outlet.
4
Press the
On button to
turn on PictureMate.
On button
PictureMate gets the cartridge ready for printing.
After a few minutes, you see a message that
PictureMate is ready.
5
5
Insert a Memory
Card
Remove the memory card containing photos from your camera,
then follow these steps:
1
Flip down the memory card door.
2
Insert your memory card into the correct slot.
Top
Press the OK button.
You see this message on the
photo viewer screen:
SmartMedia™
xD Picture Card™
xD Picture Card Type M
6
When Print All is highlighted on the
screen, you can print all the photos on
your memory card. Press the green
Print button twice. To select individual
photos, follow these steps:
1
Press the
button to highlight
Print Some.
2
Press the OK button. You see
your first photo on the screen:
3
If you want to print this photo,
press the
button to select
the number of copies.
4
Press the
button to see the next photo on your
card. If you want to print it, press the
button
to select the number of copies.
5
Repeat step 4 for all the photos you want to print.
6
When you have chosen all the
photos you want, press the
Print button.
You see a Print Confirmation:
Middle
6
SD (Secure Digital)
mini SD™ *
MMC™ (MultiMediaCard™)
Do one of the
following:
• If you want to start printing
right away, press the Back button.
Then go to section 5.
Sony Memory Stick®
Memory Stick Duo™ *
Memory Stick PRO™
Memory Stick PRO Duo™ *
MagicGate™ Memory Stick
MagicGate Memory Stick Duo *
Bottom
3
Press the button. You see a
list of layout settings:
Push the card in until it stops (it won’t go in all
the way). The memory card light comes on, and
PictureMate tells you how many photos are
on the card.
Memory card light
Note: Insert just one card at a time. PictureMate does not
9
read multiple cards at once.
Press the
or
button to highlight the layout you
want to use most often. Then press the OK button.
Press the OK button again to move to the Color
Effects setting.
Repeat steps 7 and 8 to select the color, date stamp,
time stamp, and print mode settings you want to use
most of the time.
7
or
button to review the photos
Press the Print button again to start printing.
For More Information
CompactFlash™ Type I and II
Microdrive™
After you press OK, you see
the first wizard message:
8
You can press the
you have selected.
* Adapter required
• If you want to select your personal settings, press
the OK button and follow the steps below.
7
Print Your Photos
4
Close the memory
card door.
Printing Without a Computer
See this booklet to learn more about printing
and saving photos without using a computer.
You can crop, select photos by date, and print
your photos with Disney® character frames.
Printing With a Computer
See this booklet and CD for steps on
installing software and the on-screen
User’s Guide. View the User’s Guide
for complete instructions on using
PictureMate.
Help on the Photo Viewer Screen
Check the Help menu for special tips
on using PictureMate. Press the Menu
button. Press
or
to select Help,
then press . Press
or
to select
a topic, then press .
Epson and PictureMate are registered trademarks of Seiko Epson Corporation.
General Notice: Other product names used herein are for identification purposes
only and may be trademarks of their respective owners. Epson disclaims any and
all rights in those marks.
© 2005 Epson America, Inc. 3/05
CPD-19365
4
Plug In and Turn
On PictureMate
1
Connect the power cable
to the power adapter.
2
Plug the small cable into
the back of PictureMate.
3
Plug the other end of
the power cable into a
standard power outlet.
4
Press the
On button to
turn on PictureMate.
On button
PictureMate gets the cartridge ready for printing.
After a few minutes, you see a message that
PictureMate is ready.
5
5
Insert a Memory
Card
Remove the memory card containing photos from your camera,
then follow these steps:
1
Flip down the memory card door.
2
Insert your memory card into the correct slot.
Top
Press the OK button.
You see this message on the
photo viewer screen:
SmartMedia™
xD Picture Card™
xD Picture Card Type M
6
When Print All is highlighted on the
screen, you can print all the photos on
your memory card. Press the green
Print button twice. To select individual
photos, follow these steps:
1
Press the
button to highlight
Print Some.
2
Press the OK button. You see
your first photo on the screen:
3
If you want to print this photo,
press the
button to select
the number of copies.
4
Press the
button to see the next photo on your
card. If you want to print it, press the
button
to select the number of copies.
5
Repeat step 4 for all the photos you want to print.
6
When you have chosen all the
photos you want, press the
Print button.
You see a Print Confirmation:
Middle
6
SD (Secure Digital)
mini SD™ *
MMC™ (MultiMediaCard™)
Do one of the
following:
• If you want to start printing
right away, press the Back button.
Then go to section 5.
Sony Memory Stick®
Memory Stick Duo™ *
Memory Stick PRO™
Memory Stick PRO Duo™ *
MagicGate™ Memory Stick
MagicGate Memory Stick Duo *
Bottom
3
Press the button. You see a
list of layout settings:
Push the card in until it stops (it won’t go in all
the way). The memory card light comes on, and
PictureMate tells you how many photos are
on the card.
Memory card light
Note: Insert just one card at a time. PictureMate does not
9
read multiple cards at once.
Press the
or
button to highlight the layout you
want to use most often. Then press the OK button.
Press the OK button again to move to the Color
Effects setting.
Repeat steps 7 and 8 to select the color, date stamp,
time stamp, and print mode settings you want to use
most of the time.
7
or
button to review the photos
Press the Print button again to start printing.
For More Information
CompactFlash™ Type I and II
Microdrive™
After you press OK, you see
the first wizard message:
8
You can press the
you have selected.
* Adapter required
• If you want to select your personal settings, press
the OK button and follow the steps below.
7
Print Your Photos
4
Close the memory
card door.
Printing Without a Computer
See this booklet to learn more about printing
and saving photos without using a computer.
You can crop, select photos by date, and print
your photos with Disney® character frames.
Printing With a Computer
See this booklet and CD for steps on
installing software and the on-screen
User’s Guide. View the User’s Guide
for complete instructions on using
PictureMate.
Help on the Photo Viewer Screen
Check the Help menu for special tips
on using PictureMate. Press the Menu
button. Press
or
to select Help,
then press . Press
or
to select
a topic, then press .
Epson and PictureMate are registered trademarks of Seiko Epson Corporation.
General Notice: Other product names used herein are for identification purposes
only and may be trademarks of their respective owners. Epson disclaims any and
all rights in those marks.
© 2005 Epson America, Inc. 3/05
CPD-19365