KM-C2030 KM-C3130 - KYOCERA Document Solutions

4581-7772-02
KM-C2030
KM-C3130
OPERATION GUIDE
(Basic Operations)
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Please read the Operation Guide before using
the copier.
Keep it close to the copier for easy reference.
2002.10
5GZ80021B
Contents
Contents
The topics listed below are described in the Basic Operations volume.
For details on other topics, refer to the Administrator Operations volume and the
Advanced Operations volume.
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Before Making Copies
1.1
Introduction ...................................................................................1-2
Structure of the Manual...................................................................1-2
1.2
Available Features ........................................................................1-4
Color Settings..................................................................................1-4
Sorting.............................................................................................1-4
Finishing Settings............................................................................1-5
Zoom Settings .................................................................................1-5
Paper Settings.................................................................................1-6
Orig Ö Copy Settings .......................................................................1-7
Photo Settings.................................................................................1-9
Densty Settings .............................................................................1-10
Glossy Mode Setting .....................................................................1-10
Screen Pattern Settings ................................................................1-10
1.3
Names of Control Panel Parts and Their Functions ................1-12
1.4
Adjusting the Angle of the Control Panel .................................1-14
To adjust the angle of the control panel ........................................1-15
1.5
Turning the Copier On and Off ..................................................1-16
To turn the copier on .....................................................................1-16
When the copier is turned on ........................................................1-16
Queuing a job during warm-up......................................................1-16
Auto Panel Reset ..........................................................................1-16
Energy Saver Mode ......................................................................1-17
To recover from Energy Saver mode ............................................1-17
Sleep Mode ...................................................................................1-17
To recover from Sleep mode.........................................................1-18
To turn the copier off .....................................................................1-19
When the copier is turned off ........................................................1-19
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Using the Touch Panel ...............................................................1-20
Description of the Touch Panel .....................................................1-20
Default Settings.............................................................................1-20
Structure of the Display.................................................................1-22
Operating the Touch Panel ...........................................................1-23
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Basic Copy Operations
2.1
Making Basic Copies.................................................................... 2-2
2.2
Practical Copy Examples............................................................. 2-5
To make a copy that is the same size as the original..................... 2-5
To make an enlarged copy of the document .................................. 2-6
To make a reduced copy of the document ..................................... 2-7
To reduce paper use ...................................................................... 2-8
To make copies from a book or magazine ..................................... 2-9
To copy a postcard ....................................................................... 2-10
2.3
Stopping Printing ....................................................................... 2-12
To stop/restart/delete a print job................................................... 2-12
2.4
Interrupting a Copy Job ............................................................. 2-14
To interrupt copying...................................................................... 2-14
2.5
Making Test Copies (Copy 1 Set).............................................. 2-16
To make a test copy ..................................................................... 2-16
2.6
Making Copies Using Accounts................................................ 2-18
Using the “Copy Track” Function.................................................. 2-18
To make copies when accounts are specified ............................. 2-18
Loading Paper
3.1
Paper Specifications .................................................................... 3-2
Paper Types ................................................................................... 3-2
Paper Sizes .................................................................................... 3-3
Paper Capacity ............................................................................... 3-4
3.2
Print Area ...................................................................................... 3-6
3.3
Paper Storage ............................................................................... 3-6
3.4
Automatically Selecting the Paper Source ................................ 3-7
Operating conditions....................................................................... 3-7
Order for selecting another paper drawer....................................... 3-7
3.5
Loading Paper............................................................................... 3-8
Loading Paper Into the 1st Drawer................................................. 3-8
Setting the Paper Size for the 1st Drawer .................................... 3-13
To set the paper size .................................................................... 3-13
To set a paper size in metric measurements................................ 3-14
To set a non-standard (custom) paper size.................................. 3-14
To store a non-standard (custom) paper size............................... 3-15
To select a stored non-standard (custom) paper size .................. 3-16
Loading Paper Into the 2nd Drawer or a Paper Feed Unit ........... 3-17
To set the “Specialty Paper” function ........................................... 3-18
Loading Paper Into the Large Capacity Cabinet........................... 3-19
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To set the “Specialty Paper” function ............................................3-20
Loading Paper Into the Manual Bypass Tray ................................3-21
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Original Documents
4.1
Document Feeding........................................................................4-2
Document Types .............................................................................4-2
Mixed Originals Paper Sizes ...........................................................4-3
Document Precautions (Multi-Sheet Feeding) ................................4-4
Document Precautions (Manual Feeding).......................................4-4
4.2
Feeding the Document .................................................................4-5
Multi-Sheet Feeding ........................................................................4-5
To feed documents of mixed sizes..................................................4-8
Manual Feeding ............................................................................4-10
Specifying Copy Settings
5.1
Selecting a Color Setting..............................................................5-2
To select the Color setting ..............................................................5-2
5.2
Selecting a Finishing Setting .......................................................5-3
Automatic “Sort”/“Non-Sort” Setting Selection ................................5-3
Non-Sorting (“Non-Sort” Setting).....................................................5-4
Crisscross Non-Sorting (“Non-Sort” Setting)...................................5-4
Sorting (“Sort” Setting) ....................................................................5-4
Crisscross Sorting (“Sort” Setting) ..................................................5-4
Stapling (with finisher DF-620 installed)..........................................5-5
Stapling (with finisher DF-625 installed)..........................................5-5
Hole-Punching.................................................................................5-5
To specify Finishing settings ...........................................................5-6
5.3
Specifying a Zoom Setting ...........................................................5-8
Automatic Scaling (“Auto Size” Setting) ..........................................5-8
Specifying Full Size (“× 1.000” Setting)...........................................5-8
Enlarging (“Enlarge” Settings).........................................................5-8
Reducing (“Reduce” Settings).........................................................5-8
Minimizing (“Minimal” Setting).........................................................5-9
Zooming ..........................................................................................5-9
Custom Sizing (“CustomZoom” Setting) .........................................5-9
Vertical and Horizontal Scaling (“X/Y Zoom” Setting) .....................5-9
To specify a Zoom setting ...............................................................5-9
Specifying a Custom Zoom Ratio (“CustomZoom” Setting) ..........5-10
To enter a custom zoom ratio .......................................................5-10
To store “CustomZoom” and “Minimal” zoom ratios......................5-10
To recall a stored custom zoom ratio ............................................5-11
To specify different vertical and horizontal scaling proportions
(“X/Y Zoom” setting)......................................................................5-11
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5.4
Selecting the Paper Setting ....................................................... 5-12
Selecting the Paper Setting Automatically
(“Auto Paper” Setting)................................................................... 5-12
Selecting the Paper Manually....................................................... 5-12
Selecting the Manual Bypass Tray (“Bypass” Setting) ................. 5-12
Small-Sized Documents ............................................................... 5-13
Centering ...................................................................................... 5-13
Auto Paper Source Selection Feature .......................................... 5-14
To select the Paper setting........................................................... 5-14
5.5
Selecting the Orig > Copy Settings (Original Settings) .......... 5-15
Original Settings ........................................................................... 5-15
To specify an Original setting ....................................................... 5-17
5.6
Selecting the Orig > Copy Settings (Copy Settings) ............... 5-20
Copy Settings ............................................................................... 5-21
To specify a Copy setting ............................................................. 5-24
5.7
Selecting the Orig > Copy Settings
(Original Direction and Margin Position Settings) .................. 5-26
Selecting the Document Orientation
(“Original Direction” Setting) ......................................................... 5-27
Specifying the Document Binding Margin Position
(“Margin” Setting) ......................................................................... 5-28
Specifying Thick Documents (“Thick Original” Setting) ................ 5-28
To specify conditions for the original ............................................ 5-29
5.8
Selecting a Photo/Density Setting ............................................ 5-31
Specifying the Image Type (“Photo/Density” Settings)................. 5-32
Specifying the Density Parameters .............................................. 5-33
Specifying a Glossy Finish (“Glossy Mode” Setting) .................... 5-33
Reducing Moire Effects (“Screen Pattern” Settings)..................... 5-33
To select a Photo/Density setting ................................................. 5-34
To select a glossy finish (“Glossy Mode” setting) ........................ 5-35
To select a Screen Pattern setting ............................................... 5-35
5.9
Checking the Settings................................................................ 5-36
To check the settings.................................................................... 5-36
To change the settings ................................................................. 5-37
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Controlling Jobs
6.1
Description of Jobs.......................................................................6-2
Job ..................................................................................................6-2
Multi-job feature ..............................................................................6-2
Queuing jobs ...................................................................................6-2
To change the status of a queued job.............................................6-3
To delete a queued job ...................................................................6-3
To cancel a job that is being printed ...............................................6-3
6.2
Job Log Screens ...........................................................................6-4
Print List Screen..............................................................................6-4
Scan List Screen .............................................................................6-5
Job List Screen ...............................................................................6-6
Print Log Screen .............................................................................6-7
Scan Log Screen.............................................................................6-9
6.3
Job Control Screens ...................................................................6-10
Scanned Job Screen.....................................................................6-10
To print scanned data
(move it from the list on the Scanned Job screen to the
Print List screen) ...........................................................................6-11
Unlock Job Screen ........................................................................6-12
To unlock a job (to print a locked document) ................................6-13
Increase Priority Screen................................................................6-14
To increase the priority of (print) a job ..........................................6-15
Combine Jobs Screen...................................................................6-16
To combine jobs............................................................................6-18
UserBox Screen ............................................................................6-19
To print a job from a user box .......................................................6-20
Memory Recall Screen..................................................................6-21
To recall a job from the memory ...................................................6-22
Index
7.1
Index...............................................................................................7-2
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Administrator Operations
For details on the following topics, refer to the Administrator Operations
volume of this User Manual.
1
Introduction
2
Safety Information
3
Precautions
4
Part Names and Their Functions
5
Utility Mode Operations
6
Touch Panel Messages
7
Troubleshooting
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Appendix
Advanced Operations
For details on the following topics, refer to the Advanced Operations volume
of this User Manual.
Available Features
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Auxiliary Functions
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Scanning Operations
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Before Making
Copies
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Before Making Copies
Chapter 1
1.1 Introduction
Before Making Copies
Chapter 1
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1.1
Introduction
Structure of the Manual
This manual is divided into three parts: Administrator Operations, Basic Operations
and Advanced Operations.
The Administrator Operations volume of this User Manual contains precautions on
the use of this copier. Be sure to read this volume before using the machine. The
Basic Operations and Advanced Operations volumes of the User Manual contain
information on the many functions available. After reading the User Manual, be sure
to store it in a safe place for future reference.
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Administrator Operations
This volume provides precautions for using the machine, descriptions on functions for use by the administrator (Utility Mode and Administrator Mode functions), procedures for replacing parts and supplies, troubleshooting procedures
and machine specifications. Before using the copier, be sure to read chapters 1
through 4 of the Administrator Operations volume.
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Basic Operations
This volume contains precautions for using the machine and descriptions on the
procedures for basic operations. The Basic Operations volume is a quick reference for immediate use of the copier.
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Advanced Operations
This volume includes descriptions on the Auxiliary functions in addition to precautions for the use of the copier. Read the Advanced Operations volume for
more information on the various functions that this copier provides for any need.
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Before Making Copies
Chapter 1
1.1 Introduction
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1.2 Available Features
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1.2
Available Features
The main functions available with this machine are described below. Operating procedures are provided in chapter 2 “Basic Copy Operations” and chapter 5 “Specifying Copy Settings”.
Color Settings
“Auto Color” setting
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With this setting, the type of document (color or black and white) being copied
is detected and the appropriate Color setting (“Full Color” or “Black”) is automatically selected.
“Full Color” setting
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With this setting, copies are produced in full color, regardless of the document
type.
“Black” setting
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With this setting, copies are produced in black and white, regardless of the document type. If this setting is selected, even a color document will be copied in
black and white.
Sorting
“Non-Sort” setting
Copies are fed out as they are printed.
“Sort” setting
Copies are automatically divided into the specified number of sets
with each set containing a copy of each page.
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Finishing Settings
Stapling
Copies are stapled together before they are fed out.
Stapling is only available if the optional finisher (DF-625 or DF-620) is
installed.
Hole-punching
Holes are punched in copies before they are fed out.
Hole-punching is only available if the punch kit (PH-620) is installed
in the optional finisher (DF-625).
Zoom Settings
Auto Size
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This setting automatically selects the most appropriate zoom ratio based on the
size of the document loaded and the specified paper size.
Full Size
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This setting makes a copy that is the same size as the document (× 1.000).
Enlarged copies
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Zoom settings for making enlarged copies from common standard document
sizes to standard paper sizes are available.
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Example 1: A Letter-size document can be copied onto the larger 11 × 17-size
paper.
Example 2: A Legal-size document can be copied onto the larger 11 × 17-size
paper.
Reduced copies
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Zoom settings for making reduced copies from common standard document sizes to standard paper sizes are available.
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Example 1: A Legal-size document can be copied onto the smaller Letter-size
paper.
Example 2: An 11 × 17-size document can be copied onto the smaller Lettersize paper.
Minimal
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This setting slightly reduces the copy (×0.930).
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Selecting the “Minimal” setting ensures that any part of the original positioned
at the edge of the page will not be cut off in the copy.
Zoom copies
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Any zoom ratio (between ×0.250 and ×4.000) can be specified.
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Touch
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to specify the desired zoom ratio.
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“CustomZoom” setting
Any zoom ratio (between ×0.250 and ×4.000) can be specified.
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Use the keypad to enter the desired zoom ratio.
In addition, up to two zoom ratios specified using the keypad can be stored
for later use.
“X/Y Zoom” function
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The copy size can be changed by specifying different scaling proportions (between ×0.250 and ×4.000) for the vertical and the horizontal dimensions.
Paper Settings
“Auto Paper” setting
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This setting automatically selects the most appropriate paper size based on the
size of the document loaded and the specified zoom ratio.
Manual paper selection
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The tray or drawer containing the appropriate paper that you wish to use can be
selected.
“Bypass” setting
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Copies can be made onto the paper loaded into the manual bypass tray.
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Orig Ö Copy Settings
Single-sided originals
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Select this setting to copy single-sided documents.
Double-sided originals
Select this setting to copy double-sided documents.
Single-sided copies
Select this setting to make single-sided copies.
Automatic double-sided copies
The duplex unit is used to make double-sided copies.
Manual double-sided copies
Feed a single-sided copy through the manual bypass tray or load it into the
1st drawer to make a double-sided copy without using the duplex unit.
Single-sided 2in1 copies
Select this setting to reduce two document pages to fit one single-sided
copy page.
Double-sided 2in1 copies
Select this setting to reduce four document pages to fit one double-sided copy page.
Booklet copies
Select this setting to make reduced double-sided copies that are
laid out to form a booklet.
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Bound booklet copies
Select this setting to make bound booklets from the copies.
Single-sided 4in1 copies
Select this setting to reduce four document pages to fit one single-sided
copy page.
Double-sided 4in1 copies
Select this setting to reduce eight document pages to fit one double-sided
copy page.
Book separation copies
Select this setting to make a single-sided copy of each of the
two pages of an open book.
Book spread copies
Select this setting to make a single-sided copy containing two
pages side-by-side from the two pages of an open book.
Book-margin-erasing
Select this setting to erase the area along the binding and
around the text from the copy.
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Note
The double-sided original setting is only available if the optional duplexing document feeder is installed.
The double-sided copy settings are only available if the optional duplex unit is
installed.
Booklet-binding is only available if both the optional finisher DF-625 and the duplex unit are installed.
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1.2 Available Features
“Text&Photo” setting
Select this setting when copying documents containing both text and images.
“Photo Image” setting
Select this setting when copying photographs (documents) printed on
photographic paper.
“Printed Image” setting
Select this setting when copying printed documents, such as pamphlets or catalogs.
“Text” setting
Select this setting when copying documents containing only text.
“Map” setting
Select this setting when copying documents with a background color
or documents containing pencil markings or fine colored lines.
“Copied Image” setting
Select this setting when copying images (documents) printed with this
copier.
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Photo Settings
Chapter 1
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1.2 Available Features
Before Making Copies
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Densty Settings
“Background” parameter (“Density” function)
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This parameter can be used to adjust the density of the background color for
documents with a background color.
“Density” parameter (“Density” function)
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This parameter can be used to adjust the density of the copy.
Glossy Mode Setting
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Select this setting when copying glossy images.
Screen Pattern Settings
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These settings reduce moire patterns that occur when copying printed photographs (which contain shading) or documents containing lines.
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Moire patterns: Repeating pattern that occasionally appears when images
containing a repeating pattern or lines are copied
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1.2 Available Features
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1.3 Names of Control Panel Parts and Their Functions
1.3
Names of Control Panel Parts and Their Functions
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Part Name
Description
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Touch panel
• Displays various screens and messages See p. 1-20
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keypad
• Use to type in the number of copies to be made.
• Use to type in the zoom ratio.
• Use to type in the various settings.
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[Utility] key
• Press to display the Utility screen.
Input
Meter Count
User’s Choice 1 & 2
Copy Program Recall
Unit life indicator
Admin. Mode
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[Mode Check] key
• Press to display the specified settings in Copy mode.
• Press to display the specified transmission settings in Scan
mode.
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[Scan] key
• Press to use this machine as a color scanner.
• When the [Scan] key is pressed, the key indicator lights up in
green to indicate that the machine is in Scan mode.
• Scan mode is only available if the optional printer controller
is installed. If the printer controller is not installed, scanning
cannot be performed.
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[Copy] key
• Press to use this machine as a copier.
• When the [Copy] key is pressed, the key indicator lights up in
green to indicate that the machine is in Copy mode.
*Copy mode is selected as a default.
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[Access] key
• Press to enter an access code.
• If no access codes have been set, nothing happens when
this key is pressed.
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[Interrupt] key
• Press to enter Interrupt mode.
• When the [Interrupt] key is pressed, the key indicator lights
up in green to indicate that the machine is in Interrupt mode.
In addition, the message “Now in the Interrupt mode”
appears on the touch panel.
• To cancel Interrupt mode, press the [Interrupt] key again.
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1.3 Names of Control Panel Parts and Their Functions
Part Name
Description
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[Panel Reset] key
• Press to reset all copy modes and functions to their default
settings. (All selected settings* are canceled.)
• The current job is canceled.
*Stored zoom ratios, stored job settings, and interrupted or
delayed jobs are not canceled.
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[C] (clear) key
• Press to reset the number of copies to “1”.
• Press to erase a setting, such as the zoom ratio or size,
selected using the keypad.
• The scanned image is erased.
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[Stop] key
• Press to stop a copy operation.
• Scanning of a document is stopped.
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[Start] key
• Press to start a job.
• If this key is pressed during a continuous copy operation,
scanning for the job begins. (Queued copy) See p. 6-2.
• Press to continue an interrupted copy job.
• If this key is pressed while the copier is warming up, scanning
for the job begins. (Queued copy) See p. 1-16.
• The key indicator lights up in green to indicate that jobs can
be queued. The key indicator lights up in orange to indicate
that no jobs can be queued.
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Control panel release lever
• Use when adjusting the angle of the control panel.
• Pull the release lever, and then push down on the control
panel to adjust its angle.
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[Enlarge Display] key
• Will be used to enlarge the display. (Currently not available)
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Touch panel contrastadjusting dial
• Use to adjust the contrast of the touch panel.
* Job: Any set of consecutive operations, such as those for making copies, scans or computer printouts
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1.4
1.4 Adjusting the Angle of the Control Panel
Adjusting the Angle of the Control Panel
The control panel can be adjusted to any of three angles.
Before Making Copies
Adjust the control panel to the angle that allows for easy operation.
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1.4 Adjusting the Angle of the Control Panel
To adjust the angle of the control panel
1 Pull the control panel release lever
Before Making Copies
toward you, and then push down
on the control panel.
2 The angle of the control panel
stops at the middle position.
3 To adjust the control panel to an
even steeper angle, pull the control panel release lever toward
you, and then push down on the
control panel.
4 The angle of the control panel
stops at the lower position.
5 To return the control panel to the
upper position, pull the control panel release lever toward you, and
then pull up on the control panel.
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1.5 Turning the Copier On and Off
Chapter 1
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1.5
Turning the Copier On and Off
To turn the copier on
Set the power switch to “I”.
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When the copier is turned on
1 The indicator on the [Start] key lights up in orange.
A screen indicating that the machine is starting up appears.
2 After a few seconds, the message “Now warming-up. Ready to scan.” appears
on the touch panel. When the indicator on the [Start] key lights up in green, a
job can be queued.
Queuing a job during warm-up
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An image can be scanned (a job can be queued) while the machine warms up
after it is turned on. If a job is queued, printing begins after the copier has finished warming up (after about 5 minutes at normal room temperature (68°F)).
Auto Panel Reset
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The machine automatically resets all modes and functions to their default settings if one minute has passed without the machine performing any operations.
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If the magnetic card is removed from the optional data controller, the machine
assumes that the user has changed and automatically resets all modes and
functions to their default settings.
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When the touch panel is reset, all settings that have not been stored, such as
the number of copies, return to their default settings (p. 1-20).
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The conditions for all modes and functions automatically returning to their default settings can be specified using the “Auto Panel Reset” function on the User’s Choice: 1 screen. For more details, refer to “Specifying Default Settings
(“User’s Choice” Functions)” of “Utility Mode Operations” in the Administrator
Operations volume.
Energy Saver Mode
If the copier is not used for 15 minutes, it automatically enters Energy Saver mode.
When the copier enters Energy Saver mode, the indicator on the [Start] key remains
lit in green and the touch panel goes off. The copier conserves energy and waits to
receive a job.
If the copier is not used for 30 minutes, it automatically enters Sleep mode.
The length of time after the last operation until the copier enters Energy Saver mode
can be specified using the “Energy Saver” function on the User’s Choice: 1 screen.
For more details, refer to “Specifying Default Settings (“User’s Choice” Functions)”
of “Utility Mode Operations” in the Administrator Operations volume.
To recover from Energy Saver mode
1 Press the [Start] key. (The Energy Saver mode can also be canceled by
pressing any key on the operation panel or by touching the touch panel.)
2 The touch panel comes on again, and then after the copier has finished warming
up, it is ready to begin printing (after about 30 seconds at normal room temperature (68°F)).
Sleep Mode
If the copier is not used for 30 minutes, the copier automatically enters Sleep mode.
The length of time after the last operation until the copier enters Sleep mode can
be specified using the “Sleep” function on the User’s Choice: 1 screen. For more
details, refer to “Specifying Default Settings (“User’s Choice” Functions)” of “Utillity
Mode Operations” in the Administrator Operations volume.
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1.5 Turning the Copier On and Off
1.5 Turning the Copier On and Off
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To recover from Sleep mode
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Press the [Start] key.
(The Sleep mode can also be canceled by pressing any key on the operation
panel or by touching the touch panel.)
Then, continue with the operations described in “When the copier is turned on”
on page 1-16.
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1.5 Turning the Copier On and Off
To turn the copier off
1 Touch [Job Log] to check that no
jobs are queued.
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2 If any copies or printouts remain in
the output tray, remove them.
3 Set the power switch to “O”.
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Note
Do not turn off the copier while it is making copies or printing, otherwise a paper
misfeed may occur.
Do not turn off the copier while it is scanning or sending or receiving data, otherwise all scanned data or transmission data will be deleted.
Do not turn off the copier while a queued job or stored data is waiting to be printed, otherwise the jobs will be deleted.
When the copier is turned off
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The following are cleared.
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Settings that are not programmed, such as the number of copies
Jobs queued to be printed
Data scanned using the “Scan to Memory” function
Jobs saved with the “Memory Recall” function
Stored zoom ratios, programmed Copy mode settings, Utility mode settings and
UserBox settings are not erased.
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1.6 Using the Touch Panel
Before Making Copies
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1.6
Using the Touch Panel
Description of the Touch Panel
When the copier is turned on (when the power switch is set to “I”), the screen shown
below appears in the touch panel.
This screen is the Basic screen.
It shows, with messages and graphics, the currently selected settings, the settings
that are available, and the copier status.
Default Settings
The settings selected when the copier is turned on (when the power switch is set to
“I”) are called the default settings.
The default settings serve as a reference for all settings that are to be made.
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Number of copies: 1
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Margin: None
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Color: Auto Color
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Thick Original: Off
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Finishing: Non-Sort
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Photo/Density: Text&Photo
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Zoom: 1.000 (Full Size)
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Background density: Standard
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Paper: Auto Paper
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Density: Standard
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Mixed Orig Detection: Off
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Glossy Mode: Off
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Copy 1 Set: Off
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Auxiliary functions: All off
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Original: Single-sided
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Color Image Adjust: Standard
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Copy: Single-sided
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Creation: All off
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Original Direction: None specified
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Tip
The language of the displays in the touch panel can be changed using the
“Language Selected” function on the Admin. Mode: Admin. set screen. For
more details, refer to “Administrator Mode Operations” of “Utility Mode
Operations” in the Administrator Operations volume.
The default settings that the copier resets all functions to can be specified using
the Utility mode. For more details, refer to “Specifying Default Settings (“User’s
Choice” Functions)” of “Utility Mode Operations” in the Administrator Operations
volume.
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✎
Chapter 1
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1.6 Using the Touch Panel
Chapter 1
1
Structure of the Display
Settings screen
1 Message display
Before Making Copies
2 Screen tabs
3 Available functions/settings
4 Selected settings
5 Job display
6 Job Log screen
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Item Name
Description
1
Message display
The current copier status, operating instructions, warnings/
precautions, and other data including the number of copies
selected are displayed here.
2
Screen tabs
Each screen contains functions that can be specified.
Touch a tab to display the corresponding screen.
*The Basic screen is displayed as a default.
3
Available functions/settings
Selecting a screen displays various functions that can be
specified.
Select a different function to display the corresponding settings.
4
Selected settings
The current settings are shown by messages and graphics.
5
Job display
• Jobs* currently being performed or waiting to be performed
are displayed (if printer controller COLOR PRINTER
CONTROLLER CPC31C-M is installed).
• The current sending/receiving status is shown by an icon (if
printer controller Fiery Z5 31C-M/Fiery X3e 31C-M is
installed).
• Touch [Job Log] or [Job Control] to display either the Job Log
or the Job Control screen. To return to the Basic screen,
touch [Basic] in either the Job Log or the Job Control screen.
6
Job Log screen
In addition to displaying the current jobs, various functions for
checking and controlling jobs are available.
* Job: Any set of consecutive operations, such as those for making copies, scans, or computer printouts,
etc.
Operating the Touch Panel
To activate a function or to select a setting, lightly touch the desired function or setting shown on the touch panel.
CAUTION
Be careful not to damage the touch panel.
➜ Never push down on the touch panel with force, and never press it using a hard
or pointed object.
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Basic Copy
Operations
Basic Copy Operations
2
Chapter 2
2.1 Making Basic Copies
2
2.1
Making Basic Copies
Basic Copy Operations
Chapter 2
The procedure for making basic copies is described below.
Check that the [Copy] key indicator is lit in green and
that the copier is in Copy mode.
• If the [Scan] key is lit in green, press the [Copy]
key.
Press the [Panel Reset] key.
• In order to prevent paper misfeeds, all copy modes
and functions should be reset.
Position the document(s) to be copied.
• For details, refer to “Feeding the Document”
(p. 4-5).
Make sure that the Color setting “Auto Color” is
selected.
• For details, refer to “Selecting the Color Setting”
(p. 5-2).
Make sure that the Finishing setting “Non-Sort” is
selected.
• For details, refer to “Selecting the Finishing
Setting” (p. 5-3).
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Make sure that the Zoom setting “×1.000” is selected.
• For details, refer to “Specifying a Zoom Setting”
(p. 5-8).
Basic Copy Operations
Make sure that the Paper setting “Auto Paper” is
selected.
• For details, refer to “Selecting the Paper Setting”
(p. 5-12).
Touch [OrigÖ Copy].
Make sure that the single-sided original and the
single-sided copy settings are selected.
• For details, refer to “Selecting the OrigÖ Copy
Settings” (p. 5-15).
Touch [Photo/Density].
• Make sure that the Photo/Density setting
“Text&Photo” is selected.
• Make sure that the standard (middle) Density
setting is selected.
• For details, refer to “Selecting the Photo/Density
Setting” (p. 5-31).
Touch [Auxiliary].
Check that no functions are selected. No Auxiliary
functions are used during basic copying.
• For details, refer to the Advanced Operations
volume.
Make sure that the number of copies is set to “1”.
• To specify multiple copies, use the keypad to enter
the desired number of copies. Up to 999 copies
can be specified.
Press the [Start] key. The copy job appears in the job
display.
• Copying is performed in the order that the job was
programmed.
• If other jobs are being printed, the job will be
queued (multi-job feature).
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Touch [Job Log].
• The printing status of the programmed job and the
job’s settings can be viewed.
• For details, refer to “Controlling Jobs” (p. 6-1).
Basic Copy Operations
To quit copying, press the [Stop] key.
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2.2
2
Practical Copy Examples
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Note
These explanations assume that all functions, such as those available on the
Utility screen, are set to their default settings.
If any function has been customized, it may not be possible to perform the operations as described below.
To make a copy that is the same size as the original
An example for making one single-sided copy that is the same size as the singlesided original is described below.
A
A
Load the document into the duplexing document
feeder.
When loading the document, load it so that the side
that you wish to copy faces up and the top is toward
the rear of the copier. Then, adjust the document
guides to fit the size of the document.
Touch [Paper].
Make sure that paper of the same size as the
document is loaded into a paper drawer.
Make sure that the number of copies is set to “1”.
Press the [Start] key. The copy job appears in the job
display.
Copying is performed in the order that the job was
programmed.
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Basic Copy Operations
Refer to the following procedures for details on performing the various copy operations.
Chapter 2
Examples of various basic copy operations are described below.
2.2 Practical Copy Examples
2
To make an enlarged copy of the document
Chapter 2
An example for making one single-sided 11 × 17-size enlargement from a singlesided Letter-size original is described below.
Basic Copy Operations
A
A
Load the document into the duplexing document
feeder.
When loading the document, load it so that the side
that you wish to copy faces up and the top is toward
the rear of the copier. Then, adjust the document
guides to fit the size of the document.
Touch [Zoom].
Touch [LetterÖ 11 × 17].
Touch [Paper].
Make sure that 11 × 17-size paper is loaded into a
paper drawer.
Make sure that the number of copies is set to “1”.
Press the [Start] key. The copy job appears in the job
display.
Copying is performed in the order that the job was
programmed.
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To make a reduced copy of the document
A
Basic Copy Operations
A
Chapter 2
An example for making one single-sided Letter-size reduction from a single-sided
11 × 17-size original is described below.
Load the document into the duplexing document
feeder.
When loading the document, load it so that the side
that you wish to copy faces up and the top is toward
the left side of the copier. Then, adjust the document
guides to fit the size of the document.
Touch [Zoom].
Touch [11 × 17Ö Letter].
Touch [Paper].
Make sure that Letter-size paper is loaded into a
paper drawer.
Make sure that the number of copies is set to “1”.
Press the [Start] key. The copy job appears in the job
display.
Copying is performed in the order that the job was
programmed.
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To reduce paper use
Chapter 2
An example for copying four single-sided Letter-size documents onto one singlesided Letter-size page is described below.
Basic Copy Operations
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
Load the document into the duplexing document
feeder.
When loading the document, load it so that the side
that you wish to copy faces up and the top is toward
the rear of the copier. Then, adjust the document
guides to fit the size of the document.
Touch [OrigÖ Copy], and then touch [4in1/Booklet].
Touch [1-4in1], and then touch [Enter].
Touch [Paper].
Make sure that Letter-size paper is loaded into a
paper drawer.
Make sure that the number of copies is set to “1”.
Press the [Start] key. The copy job appears in the
job display.
Copying is performed in the order that the job was
programmed.
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To make copies from a book or magazine
1
2
Basic Copy Operations
1 2
Chapter 2
An example for making two separate single-sided Letter C-size copies from an
open Letter-size book is described below.
Position the book face down onto the original glass.
When positioning the document, position it so that
the top is toward the rear of the copier. In addition,
align the center of the book with the book mark on
the document scale.
Touch [OrigÖ Copy], and then touch [Book].
Make sure that [Separation] is selected, and then
touch [Enter].
Touch [Paper].
Select the drawer loaded with Letter C paper.
Make sure that the number of copies is set to “1”.
Press the [Start] key. The copy job appears in the
job display.
Copying is performed in the order that the job was
programmed.
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To copy a postcard
Chapter 2
An example for making a single-sided copy from a single-sided postcard onto a
postcard loaded into the manual bypass tray is described below.
Basic Copy Operations
Position the postcard document face down onto the
original glass.
When positioning the document, position it so that the
top is toward the rear of the copier.
Touch [OrigÖ Copy].
Touch [Original Direction].
Touch the setting for a document with the top pointing
to the right.
Touch [Paper].
Select the manual bypass tray.
Touch [4 × 6 L].
The “Thick2” Paper setting is automatically selected.
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Prepare one postcard.
Load the postcard into the manual bypass tray with
the top of the postcard entering the feed slot and the
side to be printed onto facing down. (The side where
the address is written should face up.)
Basic Copy Operations
Adjust the paper guides to the size of the postcard.
Lightly slide the postcard into the feed slot as much
as possible.
The postcard is fed in and copying begins.
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2.3
Stopping Printing
Basic Copy Operations
Chapter 2
A job can be canceled while it is being printed.
To stop/restart/delete a print job
1 Press the [Stop] key while the job is being printed. The printing
stops.
The message “Job has
been stopped.” appears.
2 To continue printing the job, press the [Start] key.
Printing continues.
3 To delete a stopped print job, select the job that you wish to cancel, and then
touch [Delete].
4 After touching [Delete], the message “Job has been done improperly. Check the
record.” appears. The job being printed is deleted.
5 Touch [Enter].
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2.3 Stopping Printing
2
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2
2.4
Interrupting a Copy Job
Basic Copy Operations
Chapter 2
The job being printed can be interrupted.
This mode is convenient for pausing the current copy job in order to make a quick
copy of a different document.
For details on prioritizing a copy job so that it will be printed when the current job is
finished (without interrupting the current job), refer to “Increase Priority screen”
(p. 6-14).
✎
Note
Some functions cannot be interrupted.
In addition, certain functions cannot be set if the copier is in Interrupt mode. For
more details, refer to the “Function Combination Table” in the Administrator Operations volume.
To interrupt copying
1 Press the [Interrupt] key while a job is being printed.
❍
❍
❍
❍
The [Interrupt] key indicator lights up.
The message “Now in the Interrupt mode.” appears.
(At this point, printing of the job before the interruption
continues.)
The Copy mode settings return to their defaults.
(The Copy mode settings of the job before the interruption and the remaining
number of copies are recorded.)
If no operation is performed for 1 minute after the [Interrupt] key is pressed,
the Interrupt mode is automatically canceled.
2 Position the document(s) to be copied.
3 Select the desired Copy mode settings.
4 Press the [Start] key.
“Stopped Print” appears below Status in the job display.
5 Scanning of the document begins.
The job queue is displayed, and the job that printing was interrupted for is added
to the queue.
6 The job that printing was interrupted for is added to the job display.
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7 If the job that printing was interrupted for is ready for printing, the interrupted job
When printing is finished, the job that printing was interrupted for is removed
from the job display.
8 Press the [Interrupt] key. The [Interrupt] key indicator goes off and Interrupt
mode is canceled.
Basic Copy Operations
The Copy mode settings for the job before printing was interrupted appear, and
printing of the job that was interrupted automatically continues.
Chapter 2
stops being printed and the job that printing was interrupted for is printed.
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Basic Copy Operations
Chapter 2
2.5
Making Test Copies (Copy 1 Set)
Before printing a large number of copies, a sample copy can be printed so you can
check the specified settings. This is convenient for checking the selected settings
before printing.
If a job is currently being printed, that job is interrupted so one test copy can be
printed. After the single test copy is printed, the interrupted job automatically continues printing.
The number of copies remaining after the test print are recorded and the job is
queued to be printed.
To make a test copy
1 Select the desired Copy mode settings.
2 In the Basic screen,
touch [Copy 1 Set].
3 Press the [Start] key.
Scanning of the
document begins, and
the job is queued.
4 Only one test copy is
printed. Check the test
copy.
A message appears,
asking if the job should be continued.
5 If the remaining number of copies can be made with the current settings, touch
[Yes].
The print job is queued
for printing of the remaining number of copies.
6 If the remaining number
of copies cannot be
made with the current settings, touch [No]. The remaining number of copies of
the job for the test print is canceled.
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The message “Job has
been done improperly.
Check the record.” appears.
Basic Copy Operations
7 Touch [Enter].
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2
2.6
Making Copies Using Accounts
Chapter 2
Using the “Copy Track” Function
The total number of copies allowed and the copies allowed for certain sizes can be
set for up to 99 accounts.
G
If the “Copy Track” function is used, printing is only possible by users who enter
their assigned access code.
Basic Copy Operations
❍
❍
G
Copying cannot be performed by users who do not know the access code.
For access codes, contact your administrator.
The access codes are set using the Administrator mode available from the User’s Choice screen. Settings should be made by the administrator.
❍
❍
Settings cannot be made by anyone who does not log in using the administrator access code.
For details on the administrator access code, contact the authorized service
representative.
To make copies when accounts are specified
1 If an access code has
been specified, a
screen appears, indicating that the access
code must be entered.
2 Using the keypad, enter
the assigned four-digit
access code.
3 Press the [Access] key. The access code input screen
disappears, and the Basic screen appears.
4 Make copies using the desired Copy mode settings.
5 After you are finished making your copies, press the [Access] key.
The access code input screen appears again.
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3.1 Paper Specifications
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3.1
Paper Specifications
Use paper that meets the following specifications.
Paper Types
Paper Type
Plain Paper
Thick Paper
1
Thick Paper
2
Thick Paper
3
Paper Source, Etc.
17 lbs. to 24
lbs.
24-1/4 lbs. to
40 lbs.
40-1/4 lbs. to
55-1/2 lbs.
55-3/4 lbs. to
68 lbs.
Manual bypass tray
2
2
2
2
1st drawer
2
2
2
2
2nd drawer
2
—
—
—
Paper feed unit
2
—
—
—
Large capacity cabinet*1
2
—
—
—
2
—
—
—
2
—
—
—
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Weight (lbs.)
Loading Paper
*1
Double-sided copies
*2
Finished copies*3
Paper Type
Paper Source, Etc.
Overhead
Projector
Transparencies C
Postcards
Envelopes
Label Sheets
Manual bypass tray
2
2
2
2
1st drawer
2
2
2
2
2nd drawer
—
—
—
—
Paper feed unit*1
—
—
—
—
Large capacity cabinet*1
—
—
—
—
Double-sided copies*2
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Finished copies
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Paper Sizes
Non-standard paper:
Paper Source
Paper Width
Manual bypass tray
Paper Length
3-9/16 in. to 12-1/4 in.
5-1/2 in. to 18 in.
—
—
—
—
1st drawer
2nd drawer
Large capacity cabinet*1
Standard paper:
12.25 ×
18 L
Paper Size
Ledger L
(11 in. ×
17 in. L)
11 × 14
L
Legal L
Letter
C
Letter L
Invoive C
(5.5 in. ×
8.5 in. C)
Manual bypass tray
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1st drawer
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2nd drawer
—
2
2
2
2
2
2
*1
Paper feed unit
—
2
2
2
2
2
2
Large capacity cabinet*1
—
—
—
—
2
—
2*4
Double-sided copies*2
2
2
2
2
2
2
—
Finished copies*3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Paper Size
FLS. L
(8 in. ×
13 in. L)
Loading Paper
Paper Source, Etc.
4×6L
Thick
Paper
Invoice L
(5.5 in. ×
8.5 in. L)
Executive
C
Executive
L
Manual bypass tray
2
2
2
2
2
1st drawer
2
2
2
2
2
2nd drawer
2
2
2
2
—
Paper feed unit*1
—
—
—
—
—
Paper Source, Etc.
Large capacity cabinet
*1
—
—
—
—
—
Double-sided copies*2
—
2
2
—
—
Finished copies*3
2
2
2
2
2
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Paper feed unit*1
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Paper Capacity
Paper Type
Plain Paper
Paper Source, Etc.
Manual bypass tray
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1st drawer
Thick Paper
1
Thick Paper
2
Thick Paper
3
1 sheet
1 sheet
1 sheet
1 sheet
250 sheets
20 sheets
20 sheets
20 sheets
2nd drawer
500 sheets
—
—
—
Paper feed unit*1
500 sheets
—
—
—
Large capacity cabinet*1
2,500 sheets
—
—
—
Paper Type
Paper Source, Etc.
Overhead
Projector
Transparencies
Manual bypass tray
Postcards
Envelopes
1 sheet
1 sheet
1 sheet
1 sheet
1st drawer
20 sheets
20 sheets
20 sheets
20 sheets
2nd drawer
—
—
—
—
Paper feed unit
—
—
—
—
Large capacity cabinet*1
—
—
—
—
*1
Label Sheets
*1
The paper feed unit and large capacity cabinet are optional.
*2
If the optional duplex unit is used to make double-sided copies, only certain
types of paper can be used.
*3
If the optional finisher is used to sort, punch holes and staple, only certain types
of paper can be used.
*4
The paper size should be changed by your authorized service representative.
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Note
The following types of paper should not be used, otherwise decreased print
quality or paper misfeeds may occur.
Overhead transparencies that have already been fed through the copier (even
if the transparency is still blank)
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Paper that has been printed on by a heat-transfer printer or an inkjet printer
Paper that is either extremely thick or extremely thin
Folded, curled, wrinkled, or torn paper
Paper that has been left unwrapped for a long period of time
Perforated paper or paper with punched holes
Extremely smooth or extremely rough paper, or paper with an uneven surface
Paper that has been treated, such as carbon-backed, heat-sensitive or pressure-sensitive paper
Paper that has been decorated with foil or embossing
Paper of various sizes
Paper of a non-standard shape (not rectangular)
Paper that is bound with glue, staples or paper clips
Paper with labels attached
Paper with ribbons, hooks, buttons, etc. attached
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3.2 Print Area
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3.2
Print Area
Any part of the image within the area indicated below is not printed.
A margin 0.2 in. (5 mm) from the leading edge of the paper (A)
G
A margin 0.12 in. (3 mm) from the trailing edge of the paper (B)
G
A margin 0.12 in. (3 mm) on both sides of the paper (C) (For details on using the
copier to print from a computer when the printer controller is installed, refer to
the manual for the printer controller.)
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B
A
C
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C
3.3
A: 0.2 in. (5 mm)
B: 0.12 in. (3 mm)
C: 0.12 in. (3 mm)
Paper Storage
Observe the following precautions when storing the paper.
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Store the paper in a location that meets the following requirements:
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❍
❍
❍
Not exposed to direct sunlight
Not exposed to a flame
Not exposed to high humidity
Not extremely dusty
G
Unwrapped paper should be stored in a plastic bag in a cool, dark location.
G
Keep paper out of the reach of children.
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Automatically Selecting the Paper Source
If the selected paper drawer runs out of paper while a print job is being copied and
a different paper drawer is loaded with paper meeting the following conditions, the
other paper drawer is automatically selected so printing can continue. If the optional
large capacity cabinet is installed, a maximum of 3,250 copies (with Letter C paper)
can be made continuously.
This feature is convenient when making a large number of copies continuously.
The paper is the same size.
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The paper is the same type.
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The paper is in the same orientation.
When making a large number of copies continuously, load all paper drawers with
paper meeting the conditions listed above.
Order for selecting another paper drawer
When a different paper drawer is automatically selected, the next paper drawer in
the following list is chosen.
First priority: 2nd drawer
Second priority: 3rd drawer
Third priority: 4th drawer
Fourth priority: 1st drawer
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Operating conditions
3.5 Loading Paper
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Loading Paper Into the 1st Drawer
1 Pull out the paper drawer for the
1st drawer.
2 Press down on the paper-lifting
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plate until it locks into place.
✎
Note
Be careful not to touch the surface of the paper take-up roller
with your hands.
3 Slide the lateral guides to fit the
size of paper to be loaded.
✎
Note
For paper of a non-standard
size, first load the paper, and
then adjust the lateral guides
to the size of the loaded paper.
4 For “12 × 18” paper, adjust the
trailing-edge guides as shown in
the illustration.
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5 Load the paper into the drawer so
that the side of the paper to be
printed onto (the side facing up
when the package was unwrapped) faces up.
6 When making manual double-sid-
✎
Note
If the paper is curled, flatten it before loading it.
Do not load so much paper that the top of the stack is higher than the Ä
mark.
Do not load more than 21 sheets of special paper.
Before loading envelopes, press them down to make sure that all air is
removed, and make sure that the folds of the flaps are firmly pressed,
otherwise the envelopes may become wrinkled or a paper misfeed may
occur.
When loading additional paper, remove any paper remaining in the drawer,
place it on top of the new paper, and then align the paper in the stack well
before loading it into the drawer. We recommend replenishing the paper
only after all of the paper in the drawer has been used, otherwise a paper
misfeed may occur.
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ed copies, load the paper so that
the second side (the blank side)
faces up.
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Tip
When loading 4 × 6L paper,
load them with the shorter side
as the leading edge, as shown.
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Note
Do not load 4 × 6L paper crosswise, as shown.
✎
Tip
After pressing down the envelopes to make sure that all air
is removed and making sure
that the folds of the flaps are
firmly pressed, load the envelopes with the shorter side as
the leading edge and with the
side to be printed on facing
down, as shown in the illustration.
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Note
Do not load envelopes
crosswise, as shown.
✎
Tip
When loading overhead
projector transparencies, load
them with the longer side as
the leading edge, as shown.
✎
Note
Do not load overhead projector
transparencies lengthwise.
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7 If paper of a non-standard size has
been loaded, slide the lateral
guides against the edges of the
loaded paper.
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8 Close the paper drawer.
9 Turn the media type selection dial to the setting for the type of paper loaded.
Setting
Paper Type
Plain
Plain paper
Plain
Second side of a
double-sided
copy on plain
paper
Thick1
Thick paper 1
Thick1
Second side of a
double-sided
copy on thick
paper 1
Thick2
Thick paper 2
Thick2
Second side of a
double-sided
copy on thick
paper 2
Thick 3
Thick paper 3
Thick 3
Second side of a
double-sided
copy on thick
paper 3
Envelope
Envelopes
OHP
Overhead
projector
transparencies
Notes
During manual
double-sided
copying
Envelope
Plain
OHP
Thick1
During manual
double-sided
copying
Thick1
Thick3
During manual
double-sided
copying
Plain
Thick2
Thick2
Thick3
During manual
double-sided
copying
✎
Tip
If postcards are loaded, set the media type selection dial to “Thick2”.
If label sheets are loaded, set the media type selection dial to “Thick1”.
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However, it may be necessary to set the paper size if the paper size is not automatically detected for some reason or if non-standard size paper is loaded.
To set the paper size
1 Touch [Paper].
A screen that shows the specified
paper size settings appears.
2 Select the 1st drawer.
3 Touch [Size Change].
The Input screen appears.
4 Select the setting for
the size of paper that is
loaded.
5 Touch [Enter].
The paper size for the
1st drawer is set.
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Since the size of the paper loaded into the 1st drawer is automatically detected, it
is usually not necessary to set the paper size.
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Setting the Paper Size for the 1st Drawer
3.5 Loading Paper
3
To set a paper size in metric measurements
1 Touch [Paper].
A screen that shows the specified paper size settings appears.
2 Select the 1st drawer, and then touch [Size Change].
Loading Paper
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3 Touch [Metric].
The Input screen appears with paper sizes in metric measurements.
4 Select the setting for
the size of paper that is
loaded.
5 Touch [Enter].
The paper size for the
1st drawer is set.
To set a non-standard (custom) paper size
✔
If non-standard-sized paper is loaded, it will be necessary to enter the paper
size.
1 Touch [Paper].
A screen that shows the specified paper size settings appears.
2 Select the 1st drawer, and then touch [Size Change].
3 Touch [Custom Size].
The Custom Size screen appears.
4 Make sure that
is selected.
5 Touch
and
to select the
length of side X for the
paper that is loaded.
❍
Touch
until
the cursor moves
below the fraction that you wish to change.
The entered length of side X appears.
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6 Touch
.
7 Touch
and
❍
Touch
change.
3
to select the length of side Y for the paper that is loaded.
until the cursor moves below the fraction that you wish to
The entered length of side Y appears.
To store a non-standard (custom) paper size
✔
Two non-standard paper sizes can be stored. Storing paper sizes that are used
often enables the paper size to be quickly selected, without having to re-enter
the setting.
1 Touch [Paper].
A screen that shows the specified paper size settings appears.
2 Select the 1st drawer, and then touch [Size Change].
3 Touch [Custom Size].
The Custom Size screen appears.
4 Make sure that
is selected.
5 Touch
❍
and
Touch
change.
to select the length of side X for the paper that is loaded.
until the cursor moves below the fraction that you wish to
The entered length of side X appears.
6 Touch
.
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Loading Paper
9 The paper size for the 1st drawer is set.
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8 Touch [Enter], and then touch [Enter] in the Input screen.
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3
7 Touch
❍
and
Touch
change.
to select the length of side Y for the paper that is loaded.
until the cursor moves below the fraction that you wish to
The entered length of side Y appears.
8 Touch [Size Registration].
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10 Touch [Enter], and then touch [Enter] in the Input screen.
Loading Paper
9 Touch either [1] or [2].
1 Touch [Paper].
The custom paper size is stored.
To select a stored non-standard (custom) paper size
A screen that shows the specified paper size settings appears.
2 Select the 1st drawer, and then touch [Size Change].
3 Touch [Custom Size].
4 Touch either [1] or [2]
to select the stored
custom paper size.
5 Touch [Enter], and
then touch [Enter] in
the Input screen.
The paper size for the
1st drawer is set.
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Loading Paper Into the 2nd Drawer or a Paper Feed Unit
1 Pull out the paper drawer.
2 Press down on the paper-lifting
Paper take-up roller
plate until it locks into place.
✎
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Note
Be careful not to touch the surface of the paper take-up roller
with your hands.
3 Remove the trailing-edge guide,
Loading Paper
and then re-install it for the size of
paper to be loaded.
3
4
4 Slide the lateral guides to fit the
size of paper to be loaded.
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3
5 Load the paper into the drawer so
that the side of the paper to be
printed onto (the side facing up
when the package was unwrapped) faces up.
✎
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Note
If the paper is curled, flatten it
before loading it.
Do not load so much paper that the top of the stack is higher than the Ä
mark.
Loading Paper
Paper other than plain paper cannot be fed from the 2nd drawer or optional
paper feed units.
If you wish to make copies onto paper other than plain paper, feed it through
the manual bypass tray or the 1st drawer.
When loading additional paper, remove any paper remaining in the drawer,
place it on top of the new paper, and then align the paper in the stack well
before loading it into the drawer. If the paper is not aligned well, a paper misfeed may occur. We recommend replenishing the paper only after all of the
paper in the drawer has been used.
6 Close the paper drawer.
“Specialty Paper” function
The paper loaded into the 2nd, 3rd or 4th drawer can be specified as special paper.
If the paper in a drawer is specified as special paper, the paper in that drawer is not
automatically selected with the Paper setting “Auto Paper”. (However, that paper
will automatically be selected with the Paper setting “Single Sided Only”.) This function is useful if special paper is loaded into a paper drawer.
For more details, refer to “To set the “Specialty Paper” function” of the Administrator
Operations volume.
To set the “Specialty Paper” function
1 Press the [Utility] key.
2 Touch [User’s Choice: 2].
3 Touch [Specialty Paper].
4 Select the paper drawer that you wish to set.
5 Select the desired special paper setting.
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Loading Paper Into the Large Capacity Cabinet
1 Pull out the paper drawer.
2 Load paper into the right side of the
Note
If the paper is curled, flatten it before loading it.
Do not load so much paper that the top of the stack is higher than the Ä mark.
Paper other than plain paper cannot be fed from the large capacity cabinet.
If you wish to make copies onto paper other than plain paper, feed it through
the manual bypass tray or the 1st drawer.
When loading additional paper, remove any paper remaining in the drawer,
place it on top of the new paper, and then align the paper in the stack well
before loading it into the drawer. We recommend replenishing the paper
only after all of the paper in the drawer has been used, otherwise a paper
misfeed may occur.
3 Load paper into the left side of the
drawer so that the front side of the
paper (the side facing up when the
package was unwrapped) faces up.
✎
Note
Do not load so much paper
that the top of the stack is higher than the Ä mark.
Paper other than plain paper cannot be fed from the large capacity cabinet.
If you wish to make copies onto paper other than plain paper, feed it through
the manual bypass tray or the 1st drawer.
The paper guide in the large capacity cabinet has been installed for Letter Csize paper.
When loading additional paper, remove any paper remaining in the drawer,
place it on top of the new paper, and then align the paper in the stack well
before loading it into the drawer. We recommend replenishing the paper
only after all of the paper in the drawer has been used, otherwise a paper
misfeed may occur.
4 Close the paper drawer.
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✎
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drawer so that the front side of the
paper (the side facing up when the
package was unwrapped) faces up.
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3.5 Loading Paper
“Specialty Paper” function
The paper loaded into the large capacity cabinet (3rd drawer) can be specified as
special paper.
If the paper in a drawer is specified as special paper, the paper in that drawer is not
automatically selected with the Paper setting “Auto Paper”. This function is useful if
special paper is loaded into a paper drawer.
Loading Paper
Chapter 3
For more details, refer to “To set the “Specialty Paper” function” of the Administrator
Operations volume.
To set the “Specialty Paper” function
1 Press the [Utility] key.
2 Touch [User’s Choice: 2].
3 Touch [Specialty Paper].
4 Select the 3rd drawer.
5 Select the desired special paper setting.
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Loading Paper Into the Manual Bypass Tray
Paper can be fed manually through the manual bypass tray if you wish to copy onto
paper that is not loaded into a drawer, or if you wish to copy onto special paper.
1 Touch [Paper].
A screen that shows the specified paper size settings
appears.
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2 Select the manual bypass tray.
3 The Paper Input Size
Loading Paper
screen appears.
4 Select the setting for the size of paper that is loaded.
❍
For paper sizes in inch measurements, touch [Inch] to display a screen containing inch paper size settings.
5 For a paper size other than the standard sizes listed on the screen, touch
[Custom Size] to display a screen that allows you specify a size.
6 Touch
,
,
and
to select the
length of side X for the
paper that is loaded.
❍
Touch
until
the cursor moves
below the fraction
that you wish to
change.
7 Touch
,
,
and
to select the
length of side Y for the paper that is loaded.
❍
Touch
change.
until the cursor moves below the fraction that you wish to
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3
8 Touch [Enter].
9 Touch [Paper Type].
The Paper Type screen appears.
10 Select the setting for
Loading Paper
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the type of paper that
is loaded.
11 Touch [Enter].
12 Open the manual bypass tray.
13 Prepare one sheet of
the paper.
14 Load the paper into the manual bypass tray so that the front side of the paper
(the side facing up when the package was unwrapped) faces down.
❍
❍
When making manual double-sided copies, load the paper into the manual
bypass tray so that the second side (the blank side) faces down.
Copies will be made on the surface of the paper facing down when paper is
loaded into the manual bypass tray.
✎
Tip
When loading 4 × 6 L paper,
load them with the shorter side
as the leading edge, as shown.
✎
Note
Do not load 4 × 6 L paper
crosswise, as shown.
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✎
Loading Paper
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Tip
Before loading envelopes,
press them down to make sure
that all air is removed, and
make sure that the folds of the
flaps are firmly pressed, otherwise the envelopes may become wrinkled or a paper
misfeed may occur. Load the
envelopes with the shorter side
as the leading edge and with
the side to be printed on facing
up, as shown in the illustration.
✎
Note
Do not load envelopes crosswise, as shown.
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✎
Chapter 3
Tip
When loading Overhead Projector Transparencies, load
them with the longer side as
the leading edge, as shown.
✎
Loading Paper
Note
Do not load Overhead Projector Transparencies Lengthwise, as shown.
15 Adjust the paper guides to fit the
size of paper that is loaded.
16 Lightly slide the paper into the feed
slot as much as possible so that
the edge of the paper is fed into
the copier.
❍
Feed only one sheet of paper
at a time.
17 Copying can begin.
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Original Documents
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4.1 Document Feeding
4
4.1
Document Feeding
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The document can be fed in one of two different ways. Be sure to position the document correctly according to the type of document being copied.
Document Feed Method
Features
Multi-sheet feeding
Using the duplexing document feeder, a multi-page document can be
fed automatically. This feed method can also be used with doublesided documents, and is perfect for multi-page double-sided
documents. See page 4-5.
Manual feeding
The document is placed directly on the original glass, then scanned.
Each page of the document must be positioned manually (i.e., the
previous one must be removed and the next one placed on the original
glass).
This method is best with books and other documents that cannot be fed
through the duplexing document feeder. See page 4-10.
Document Types
✎
Note
Be sure to use the document paper type appropriate for the feed method being
used. If the correct paper type is not used, a paper misfeed or damage to the
document may occur.
Multi-sheet feeding (Plain paper)
Single-sided documents
Double-sided documents
Document paper
type
Plain paper: 9-1/4 lbs. to 34 lbs.
(35 g/m2 to 128 g/m2)
Plain paper: 13-1/4 lbs. to 29-1/4 lbs.
(50 g/m2 to 110 g/m2)
Document paper
size
Ledger L (11 in. × 17 in. L), Legal L (8.5 in. × 14 in. L), FLS. L (8.5 in. × 13 in. L),
Letter L (8.5 × 11 in. L), Letter C (8.5 in. × 11 in. C), Invoice L (5.5 in. × 8.5 in L),
Invoice C (5.5 in. × 8.5 in. C), 11 in. × 15 in.
Paper capacity
100 sheets (21-1/4 lbs.)
Orientation
Face-up, Normal direction
Multi-sheet feeding (Thick paper)
Single-sided documents
Document paper
type
Plain paper: 34-1/4 lbs. to 55-3/4 lbs.
(129 g/m2 to 210 g/m2)
Document paper
size
Ledger L (11 in. × 17 in. L), Legal L (8.5 in. × 14 in. L), FLS. L (8.5 in. × 13 in. L),
Letter L (8.5 × 11 in. L), Letter C (8.5 in. × 11 in. C), Invoice L (5.5 in. × 8.5 in L),
Invoice C (5.5 in. × 8.5 in. C), 11 in. × 15 in.
Paper capacity
38 sheets (55-3/4 lbs.)
Orientation
Face-up, Normal direction
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Multi-sheet feeding (Document of mixed sizes)
Single-sided documents
Double-sided documents
Document paper
type
Plain paper: 13-1/4 lbs. to 29-1/4 lbs.
(50 g/m2 to 110 g/m2)
Document paper
size
Refer to the “Mixed originals paper sizes” table below.
Paper capacity
100 sheets (21-1/4 lbs.)
Orientation
Face-up, Normal direction
Mixed Originals Paper Sizes
11 × 17
L
Letter
C
Legal L
Letter L
8-1/2 ×
5-1/2 C
8-1/2 ×
5-1/2 L
—
—
11 × 17 L
2
2
—
—
Letter C
2
2
—
—
—
—
Legal L
2
2
2
2
2
—
Letter L
2
2
2
2
2
—
8-1/2 × 5-1/2 C
—
—
2
2
2
—
8-1/2 × 5-1/2 L
—
—
—
—
—
2
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Document width →
↓ Document sizes
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Possible combinations for mixed original paper sizes
2: Possible
—: Not possible
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Document Precautions (Multi-Sheet Feeding)
Original Documents
Chapter 4
The following types of documents should not be used, otherwise paper misfeeds or
damage to the document may occur. Instead, these types of documents should be
fed manually.
G
Rolled documents
G
Wrinkled or torn documents
G
Folded documents (folded in half or fanned)
G
Highly translucent or transparent documents, such as overhead transparencies
or diazo photosensitive paper
G
Documents with binder holes (2 or 3 holes)
G
Documents with many binder holes, such as loose-leaf paper
G
Coated documents, such as heat-sensitive or carbon-backed paper
G
Inkjet printer paper
G
Documents just after printed with this copier
Document Precautions (Manual Feeding)
The following precautions should be observed when manually feeding the types of
documents listed below.
Handle the documents as described.
Non-standard-sized documents
G
The document size cannot be detected automatically, therefore, the Paper setting “Auto Paper” and the Zoom setting “Auto Size” cannot be used.
❍
G
In the Basic screen, touch [Paper], and then select the appropriate paper size
setting.
For details on selecting the paper size, refer to “Selecting the Paper Setting” of
“Specifying Copy Settings” (page 5-12).
Highly translucent or transparent documents, such as overhead projector transparencies or diazo photosensitive paper
G
The document size cannot be detected automatically.
❍
Place a blank sheet of paper of the same size as the document over the document.
Thick objects, such as books
G
With thick books, the original cover, or the duplexing document feeder if it is installed, cannot be closed.
❍
G
4-4
Scan the document without closing the original cover or the duplexing document feeder.
Do not place objects exceeding 4-1/2 lbs. on the original glass. In addition, if a
book is placed on the original glass, do not press it down extremely hard, otherwise the original glass may be damaged. (The original glass can withstand a
weight of 4-1/2 lbs.)
4.2 Feeding the Document
4.2
4
Feeding the Document
Multi-Sheet Feeding
The duplexing document feeder feeds in, scans, then automatically feeds out each
page in a multi-page document, one page at a time. The correct type of document
must be loaded in order for the duplexing document feeder to function properly.
1 If large-sized documents are to be
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loaded, pull out the document support.
Original Documents
2 Load the document face up in the
document feed tray.
3 Slide the adjustable document
guides to fit the size of the document.
4 Be sure to adjust the document
guides to the size of the document,
otherwise the documents may not
be fed in straight.
5 Touch [OrigÖ Copy].
The OriginalÖ Copy
screen appears.
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4.2 Feeding the Document
4
6 Touch [Original
Direction]. The Original
Direction screen
appears.
7 Select the setting appropriate for your document, and then touch [Enter].
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❍
If the orientation of the document is different from that of the selected Original Direction setting, 2in1 or 4in1 copies will not be printed correctly.
✎
Original Documents
Note
If the Original Direction setting is not selected, documents loaded crosswise
will be copied with the portrait orientation and documents loaded lengthwise
will be copied with the landscape orientation.
Loaded crosswise: Portrait orientation
Loaded lengthwise: Landscape
orientation
8 If documents printed on thick paper are loaded, touch [Thick Original].
9 Select the desired copy settings, and then press the [Start] key.
10 The documents are fed in, starting with the topmost document.
11 After the documents are scanned, they are fed out into the document output
tray.
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12 When removing large-sized documents, carefully lift up the document feed tray (of the duplexing
document feeder) as far as possible.
13 Remove the documents from the
document output tray.
14 Carefully lower the document feed
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tray.
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Lever
CAUTION
Do not press on the lever at the rear of the copier.
➜ When closing the document feed tray, do not press on the lever at the rear of
the copier, otherwise the document feed tray may close quickly and pinch your
hand.
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4
To feed documents of mixed sizes
Documents of various standard-sized pages can be scanned and copied as a set
using the duplexing document feeder.
The combinations of paper sizes that can be used with the “Mixed Orig Detection”
function are shown below.
1 Stack the pages of the document
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face up as shown, making sure
that all pages are aligned at the
back edge and on the left side.
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2 Slide the document guide at the
front of the copier to the edge of
the largest page.
3 Load the document so that all pages are aligned along the document
guide toward the rear of the copier.
4 Be sure to adjust the document
guides to the size of the document,
otherwise the documents may not
be fed in straight.
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4
5 In the Basic screen,
touch [Mixed Orig
Detection].
6 Select the desired copy
settings, and then
press the [Start] key.
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The topmost page of
the document is fed in
and scanning begins.
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4
Manual Feeding
Place the document directly on the original glass, and then it is scanned. Each page
of the document must be positioned manually (i.e., the previous one must be removed and the next one placed on the original glass).
This method is best with books and other documents that cannot be fed through the
duplexing document feeder.
1 Lift open the original cover, or the
duplexing document feeder if it is
installed.
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❍
When loaded crosswise:
Lift open the original cover, or
the duplexing document feeder
if it is installed, 15° or more,
otherwise the document size
will not be detected.
2 Position the document face down
onto the original glass with the top
of the document toward either the
rear or the left side of the copier.
3 Align the document with the document scales.
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When loaded lengthwise:
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4
4 <For transparent or translucent documents>
Place a blank sheet of paper of the
same size as the document over
the document.
5 <For bound documents spread over two facing pages, such as a book or magazine>
6 Position the document with the binding aligned with the
mark on the top
document width scale.
Touch [OrigÖCopy], and then touch [Book]. Select the desired Book setting, and
then touch [Enter].
For more details, refer to “Selecting the OrigÖ Copy Settings (Original Setting)”
(page 5-15).
✎
Note
Do not place objects exceeding 4-1/2 lbs. on the original glass. In addition,
if a book is placed on the original glass, do not press it down extremely hard,
otherwise the original glass may be damaged.
For thick books or large objects, make the copy without closing the original
cover or duplexing document feeder. When the document is being scanned
without closing the original cover or duplexing document feeder, do not look
directly at the light that may shine through the original glass. Although the
light that shines through the original glass is bright, it is not a laser beam
and, therefore, is not as dangerous.
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Chapter 4
Position the top of the book toward
the back of the copier, as shown.
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4
7 Touch [OrigÖ Copy].
The OriginalÖ Copy
screen appears.
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8 Touch [Original Direction]. The Original Direction screen appears.
9 Select the setting
appropriate for your
document, and then
touch [Enter].
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❍
If the orientation of
the document is different from that of
the selected Original Direction setting, 2in1 or 4in1
copies will not be
printed correctly.
✎
Note
If the Original Direction setting is not selected, documents loaded crosswise will be copied with
the portrait orientation and documents loaded lengthwise will be copied with
the landscape orientation.
Loaded crosswise: Portrait orientation
Loaded lengthwise: Landscape
orientation
10 Select the desired copy settings, and
then press the [Start] key.
11 Scanning of the document begins.
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12 When using a mode
where multiple documents are to be
scanned, such as when
making 2in1 copies, the
message shown at the
right appears.
13 To continue scanning, remove the document, position the next page of the document on the original glass, and then press the [Start] key.
14 When all of the document pages have been scanned, touch [Finish].
16 Lift open the original cover, or the duplexing document feeder if it is installed,
and then remove the document.
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17 Close the original cover, or the duplexing document feeder if it is installed.
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15 Press the [Start] key. The copy job is queued for printing.
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Chapter 5
5
Specifying Copy Settings
Specifying
Copy Settings
5
5.1 Selecting a Color Setting
5
The settings for the Copy mode can be changed to fit your need.
This chapter explains how these settings can be changed.
5.1
Selecting a Color Setting
The Color setting is selected when copies are being made.
There are three Color settings.
Specifying Copy Settings
Chapter 5
G
Auto Color
The copier automatically determines whether the document is in color or in
black and white, then selects the appropriate color setting for the document.
❍
❍
G
If the document was determined to be in color, a copy is made with the Color
setting “Full Color”.
If the document was determined to be in black and white, a copy is made with
the Color setting “Black”.
Full Color
❍
G
The scanned document is copied in full color.
Black
❍
The scanned document is copied in black and white.
✎
Tip
The level for detecting a color or black-and-white document with Color setting
“Auto Color” can be adjusted using the “ACS Judgement Level Adjust.” function
on the User’s Choice: 2 screen. For more details, refer to “Specifying Default
Settings (“User’s Choice” Functions)” of “Utility Mode Operations” in the
Administrator Operations volume.
To select the Color setting
1 Touch [Color].
A screen appears, showing the specified Color setting.
2 Select the desired Color setting.
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5.2 Selecting a Finishing Setting
5.2
5
Selecting a Finishing Setting
Various settings for sorting and finishing copies are available.
✎
Tip
The Finishing settings can be used together with other functions. For details, refer to the “Function Combination Table” in the Administrator Operations volume.
Non-sorting (“Non-Sort” setting)
G
Crisscross non-sorting (“Non-Sort” setting)
G
Sorting (“Sort” setting)
G
Crisscross sorting (“Sort” setting)
G
Stapling (Corner Staple)
G
Stapling (2-Point Staple)
G
Hole-punching (2-Hole punch)
G
Hole-punching (3-Hole punch)
✎
Note
Crisscross non-sorting and crisscross sorting are only available if the finisher is
not installed.
Automatic “Sort”/“Non-Sort” Setting Selection
When a document is loaded into the duplexing document feeder, the “Non-Sort”
setting is automatically selected if the document consists of only one page, and the
“Sort” setting is automatically selected if the document consists of 2 or more pages.
Whether or not the “Sort” or “Non-Sort” setting is automatically selected can be
specified using the “Intelligent Sorting” function on the User’s Choice: 2 screen. For
more details, refer to “Specifying Default Settings (“User’s Choice” Functions)” of
“Utility Mode Operations” in the Administrator Operations volume.
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Specifying Copy Settings
G
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The following eight ways of finishing are available.
5.2 Selecting a Finishing Setting
5
Non-Sorting (“Non-Sort” Setting)
The copies are fed out and stacked on top of each other as they are printed.
Crisscross Non-Sorting (“Non-Sort” Setting)
The copies are fed out in an alternating crisscross pattern.
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However, crisscross non-sorting is only performed if the following conditions are met.
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12
4
G
The finisher is not installed.
G
Paper of the same size and type must be loaded with the
landscape orientation (crosswise) in one paper drawer and
with the portrait orientation (lengthwise) in another drawer.
G
The duplexing document feeder must be used.
G
The document must not contain pages of various sizes (i.e.,
“Mixed Orig Detection” function not used).
G
“Auto Paper” must be selected for the Paper setting.
G
Staple and hole-punch Finishing settings must not be selected.
G
The “Criss Cross Mode” function on the User’s Choice: 2 screen must be set to
“Yes”.
❍
Example: For 4 sets
For details on the “User’s Choice” functions, refer to “Specifying Default Settings (“User’s Choice” Functions)” in the Administrator Operations volume.
Specifying Copy Settings
Sorting (“Sort” Setting)
The copies are automatically divided into the specified number of sets with each set
containing a copy of each page.
Crisscross Sorting (“Sort” Setting)
Sets containing one copy of each page are fed out in an alternating crisscross pattern.
1
However, crisscross sorting is only performed if the following
conditions are met.
1
1
G
The finisher is not installed.
G
Paper of the same size and type must be loaded with the
landscape orientation (crosswise) in one paper drawer and
with the portrait orientation (lengthwise) in another drawer.
G
The document must not contain pages of various sizes (i.e.,
“Mixed Orig Detection” function not used).
G
“Auto Paper” must be selected for the Paper setting.
G
Staple and hole-punch Finishing settings must not be selected.
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The “Criss Cross Mode” function on the User’s Choice: 2 screen must be set to
“Yes”.
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For details on the “User’s Choice” functions, refer to “Specifying Default Settings (“User’s Choice” Functions)” in the Administrator Operations volume.
Stapling (with finisher DF-620 installed)
The copies are bound together with a staple in the corner.
However, stapling is only performed if the following conditions are met.
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The number of copies is set to between 2 and 30.
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If standard-size paper is used, the paper sizes must be Letter L, Letter C, Executive L (7-1/4 × 10-1/2 in. L), Executive C (7-1/4 × 10-1/2 in. C), Legal L and
11 × 17 L.
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If nonstandard-size paper is used, the paper width must be between 7-1/4 in.
and 11-3/4 in.
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If nonstandard-size paper is used, the paper length must be between 7-1/4 in.
and 17 in.
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The copier must not enter Interrupt mode.
However, stapling is only performed if the following conditions are met.
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The number of copies is set to between 2 and 50. (However, if the paper length
is 11-3/4 in. or more, the number of copies can only be set to 25 or less.)
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If standard-size paper is used, the paper sizes must be Letter L, Letter C,
Legal L and 11 × 17 L.
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If nonstandard-size paper is used, the paper width must be between 7-1/4 in.
and 11-3/4 in.
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If nonstandard-size paper is used, the paper length must be between 7-1/4 in.
and 17 in.
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The copier must not enter Interrupt mode.
Hole-Punching
Two holes for filing copies in binders can be punched. The position of the punched
holes can be specified along the left side or along the top.
However, hole-punching is only performed if the following conditions are met.
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Finisher DF-625 is installed.
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Punch kit PH-620 is installed.
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If standard-size paper is used, the paper sizes must be as follows:
Letter L, Letter C, Legal L and 11 × 17 L (with the “2-Hole Punch” setting)
Letter C and 11 × 17 L (with the “3-Hole Punch” setting).
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If nonstandard-size paper is used, the paper width must be between 7-1/4 in.
and 11-3/4 in.
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The copies are bound together with a staple. Either the “Corner Staple” or the “2Point Staple” Finishing setting can be selected.
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If nonstandard-size paper is used, the paper length must be between 7-1/4 in.
and 17 in.
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The copier must not enter Interrupt mode.
To specify Finishing settings
1 Touch [Finishing].
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A screen appears, showing the available Finishing settings.
2 Select the desired Finishing settings.
3 When “2-Hole Punch”
or “3-Hole Punch” is
selected, the [Change
Position] key appears.
4 Touch [Change Position]. The
Change Position screen appears.
5 Select the desired position for the punched holes, and then touch [Enter].
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Note
If a stapling or hole-punching setting is selected, be sure to load the document so that it is positioned correctly.
If the document is not positioned correctly, the staples or punched holes will
not be positioned correctly.
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The correct position of the document is shown in the
screen. Be sure to position the document according to the
instructions that appear.
Example: Document position when the “3-Hole Punch” setting is used
The example shows that the document should be positioned so that the top
of the document is toward the rear of the copier.
For details, refer to “Feeding the Document” (p. 4-5).
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5.3
Specifying a Zoom Setting
Copies of documents can be enlarged or reduced.
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There are eight ways to change the zoom ratio.
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Automatic scaling (“Auto Size” setting)
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Full size (“×1.000” setting)
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Enlarging (“Enlarge” settings)
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Reducing (“Reduce” settings)
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Minimizing (“Minimal” setting)
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Zooming
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Custom sizing (“CustomZoom” setting)
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Vertical and horizontal scaling (“X/Y Zoom” setting)
Specifying Copy Settings
Automatic Scaling (“Auto Size” Setting)
The most appropriate zoom ratio based on the size of the document loaded and the
specified paper size is automatically selected.
× 1.000” Setting)
Specifying Full Size (“×
A copy size that is the same as the document (×1.000) is selected.
Enlarging (“Enlarge” Settings)
Various zoom settings for making enlarged copies from common standard document sizes to standard paper sizes are available.
For example:
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A Letter-size document can be copied onto the larger 11 × 17-size paper.
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A Legal-size document can be copied onto the larger 11 × 17-size paper.
Reducing (“Reduce” Settings)
Various zoom settings for making reduced copies from common standard document sizes to standard paper sizes are available.
For example:
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An 11 × 17-size document can be copied onto the smaller Letter-size paper.
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A Legal-size document can be copied onto the smaller Letter-size paper.
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Minimizing (“Minimal” Setting)
The copy is slightly reduced (×0.930).
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Selecting the “Minimal” setting ensures that any part of the original positioned
at the edge of the page will not be cut off in the copy.
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The zoom ratio of the “Minimal” setting can be changed to any ratio between
×0.900 and ×0.999.
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For details on changing the zoom ratio, refer to “Specifying a Custom Zoom
Ratio (“CustomZoom” Setting)”.
Zooming
Any zoom ratio (between ×0.250 and ×4.000) can be specified.
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Touch
and
to specify the desired zoom ratio. Each
time
or
is touched, the zoom ratio is increased or
decreased by an increment of ×0.001.
Custom Sizing (“CustomZoom” Setting)
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Use the keypad to enter the desired zoom ratio.
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Up to two zoom ratios entered using the keypad can be stored.
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Any zoom ratio (between ×0.250 and ×4.000) can be specified.
The copy size can be changed by specifying different scaling proportions (between
×0.250 and ×4.000) for the vertical and the horizontal dimention.
To specify a Zoom setting
1 Touch [Zoom].
A screen appears, showing the available Zoom settings.
2 Select the desired Zoom setting.
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Specifying a Custom Zoom Ratio (“CustomZoom” Setting)
To enter a custom zoom ratio
1 Touch [Zoom].
A screen appears, showing the available Zoom settings.
2 Touch [CustomZoom].
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3 Using the keypad, type in the desired zoom ratio (between ×0.250 and ×4.000).
4 The entered zoom ratio is displayed and is specified as the custom zoom setting.
To store “CustomZoom” and “Minimal” zoom ratios
1 Touch [Zoom].
A screen appears, showing the available Zoom settings.
2 Touch [CustomZoom].
3 Touch [Input].
4 Using the keypad, type in the desired zoom ratio (between ×0.250 and ×4.000).
5 To store a “Minimal” zoom ratio, type in a zoom ratio between ×0.900 and
×0.999. The entered zoom ratio is displayed.
6 Touch [1], [2] or [Minimal].
7 Touch [Enter]. The entered zoom ratio is stored.
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To recall a stored custom zoom ratio
1 Touch [Zoom].
A screen appears, showing the available Zoom settings.
2 Touch [CustomZoom].
3 Touch [Set].
4 Touch [1], [2] or [Minimal].
5 Touch [Enter]. The entered zoom ratio is recalled.
To specify different vertical and horizontal scaling proportions (“X/Y Zoom”
setting)
1 Touch [Zoom]. A screen appears, showing the available Zoom settings.
3 Touch [X/Y Zoom]. The X/Y Zoom
screen appears.
4 Make sure that [X] is selected.
5 Using the keypad, type in the desired length of side X (between
×0.250 and ×4.000). The entered
zoom ratio is displayed.
6 Touch [Y].
7 Using the keypad, type in the desired length of side Y (between ×0.250 and
×4.000).
The entered zoom ratio is displayed.
8 Touch [Enter].
The entered zoom ratio is displayed.
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2 Touch [CustomZoom].
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5.4
Selecting the Paper Setting
The paper used for making copies can be selected.
There are three ways of selecting the paper.
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Automatic paper selection (“Auto Paper” setting)
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Manual paper selection
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Manual bypass tray selection (“Bypass” setting)
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Selecting the Paper Setting Automatically (“Auto Paper” Setting)
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The most appropriate paper size based on the size of the document loaded and
the specified zoom ratio is automatically selected.
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However, if the paper in a drawer is specified as special paper, the paper in that
drawer is not selected with the “Auto Paper” setting.
Specifying Copy Settings
“Specialty Paper” function
If the paper in a drawer is specified as special paper, the paper in that drawer is not
automatically selected with the Paper setting “Auto Paper”. The “Specialty Paper”
function is useful if special paper is loaded into a paper drawer.
For more details, refer to “To set the “Specialty Paper” function” in chapter 5 “Utility
Mode Operations” of the Administrator Operations volume.
Selecting the Paper Manually
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The drawer containing the appropriate paper that you wish to use can be selected.
Selecting the Manual Bypass Tray (“Bypass” Setting)
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Copies can be made onto the paper loaded into the manual bypass tray.
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Small-Sized Documents
If a document that is too small to be automatically detected is loaded with the Paper
setting “Auto Paper” selected, copies cannot be made. However, changing the
setting of the “Auto-select Paper for Small Original” function on the User’s Choice:
2 screen allows copying to begin even if the paper size cannot automatically be
detected. For more details, refer to “Specifying Default Settings (“User’s Choice”
Functions)” of “Utility Mode Operations” in the Administrator Operations volume.
Centering
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If the document is smaller than the size of the selected paper, the image is printed
in the center of the paper. Whether or not the image is centered in the paper can
be specified using the “Centering” function on the User’s Choice: 2 screen. For
more details, refer to “Specifying Default Settings (“User’s Choice” Functions)” of
“Utility Mode Operations” in the Administrator Operations volume.
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Auto Paper Source Selection Feature
If the selected paper drawer runs out of paper during printing and a different paper
drawer is loaded with paper meeting the following conditions, the other paper drawer is automatically selected so printing can continue. If the optional large capacity
cabinet is installed, a maximum of 3,250 copies (with Letter C paper) can be made
continuously.
This feature is convenient when making a large number of copies continuously.
Operating conditions
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The paper is the same size.
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The paper is the same type.
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The paper faces the same direction.
When making a large number of copies continuously, load all paper drawers with
paper meeting the conditions listed above.
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<Order for selecting another paper drawer>
When a different paper drawer is automatically selected, the next paper drawer in
the following list is chosen.
First priority: 2nd drawer
Second priority: 3rd drawer
Third priority: 4th drawer
Fourth priority: 1st drawer
To select the Paper setting
1 Touch [Paper]. A screen appears, showing the available Paper settings.
2 Select the desired Paper setting.
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Selecting the Orig > Copy Settings (Original Settings)
The type of original and the desired type of copy can be specified.
In addition, the document orientation and the position of the binding margin can also
be specified.
The Original settings are described below. For details about the Copy settings and
the document orientation and binding margin position, refer to p. 5-20 and p. 5-26.
Single-sided (“1” setting)
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Double-sided (“2” setting)
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Books (“Book” parameter)
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Book separation (“Separation” setting of the “Book” parameter)
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Book spread (“Spread” setting of the “Book” parameter)
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Book-margin-erasing (“Book Erase” function of the “Book” parameter)
Original Settings
Single-sided original (“1” setting)
Select this setting when only single-sided sheet documents are being
copied.
Double-sided original (“2” setting)
Select this setting when double-sided sheet documents are being copied.
Books (“Book” parameter)
Select this setting when bound documents, like books, are being
copied.
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The following six Original settings are available.
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Book separation (“Separation” setting of the “Book” parameter)
Select these settings to make a single-sided copy of each of
the two pages of an open book.
Book spread (“Book Spread” setting of the “Book” parameter)
Select these settings to make a single-sided copy containing
two pages side-by-side from the two pages of an open book.
Book-margin-erasing (“Book Erase” function of the “Book” parameter)
Select these settings to erase the area along the binding
and around the text from a copy made using the
“Separation” setting of the “Book” parameter.
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Center-erasing
Specifying Copy Settings
There are three book-margin-erasing settings. Select the one that fits your need.
Frame-erasing
Select this setting to erase the shadow of the binding of the book from
the copy.
Select this setting to erase the shadow of the edges of the book from
the copy. The width of the area to be erased can be set between
1/16 in. and 15/16 in.
Center- & frame-erasing
Select this setting to erase the shadow of the binding and the shadow
of the edges of the book from the copy.
The width of the area to be erased can be set between 1/16 in. and
15/16 in.
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Using the “Book Erase” settings
When a “Book Erase” setting is selected, be sure to touch [Original Size] on the
Book Erase screen and specify the size of the original. If the document size is
incorrect, the correct area of the copy will not be erased.
Select a size that corresponds to the size of the book spread.
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To specify an Original setting
1 Touch [OrigÖ Copy].
The OriginalÖ Copy screen appears.
2 Select the setting for the type of document to be copied.
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3 If “Book” is selected, a screen
showing the available Book settings
appears.
4 Select the desired Book setting,
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and then touch [Enter].
5 If “Book Erase” is selected, a screen showing
the available Book
Erase settings appears.
6 Select the desired Book
Erase setting.
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7 If the settings for frame-erasing or center- & frame-erasing are selected, touch
and
to specify the width of the area to be erased. The width of the
area erased with the center-erasing setting is not changed by touching
and
.
? Were the areas of the book not erased correctly?
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When a “Book Erase” setting is selected, be sure to touch [Original Size] on
the Book Erase screen and specify the size of the original. If the document
size is incorrect, the correct area of the copy will not be erased.
8 If “Original Size” is selected, a screen showing the available
document settings appears.
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9 Select the size of the
document to be copied,
and then touch [Enter].
The Original Size setting
should be the size of the
book spread.
10 To specify a document size in metric measurements, touch [Metric], select the
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appropriate document size, and then touch [Enter].
11 To specify a photo size
for the document, touch
[Photo Size or Custom
Size], select the appropriate document size,
and then touch [Enter].
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12 To specify a non-standard size, touch [Photo
Size or Custom Size],
and then specify the
size of the document.
13 Touch
.
14 Touch
and
to specify the length of
side X for the document
that is being copied (between 2 in. and 17 in.). For the length of side X for the
document, enter the size of the book spread.
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Touch
change.
15 Touch
until the cursor moves below the fraction that you wish to
.
and
to specify the length of side Y for the document that is
being copied (between 2 in. and 11-11/16 in.).
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Touch
change.
until the cursor moves below the fraction that you wish to
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16 Touch
18 Touch [Enter]. The screen showing the available Book settings appears again.
19 Touch [Enter]. The OriginalÖ Copy screen appears again.
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17 Touch [Enter]. The Book Erase screen appears again.
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5.6
Selecting the Orig > Copy Settings (Copy Settings)
The type of original and the desired type of copy can be specified. In addition, the
document orientation and the position of the binding margin can also be specified.
The Copy settings are described below. For details about the Original setting and
the document orientation and binding margin position, refer to p. 5-15 and p. 5-26.
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The following nine Copy settings are available.
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Single-sided (“1” setting)
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Double-sided (“2” setting)
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Single-sided 2in1 (“1-2in1” setting)
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Double-sided 2in1 (“2-2in1” setting)
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Booklet (“4in1/Booklet” setting)
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Booklet-binding (“Booklet Creation” setting)
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Center-erasing (“Center Erase” setting)
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Single-sided 4in1 (“1-4in1” setting)
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Double-sided 4in1 (“2-4in1” setting)
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Note
Double-sided, double-sided 2in1 and double-sided 4in1 copying are only available if the optional duplex unit is installed.
Booklet-binding and center-erasing are only available if the optional finisher DF625 is installed.
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Copy Settings
Single-sided copy (“1” setting)
Select this setting to make single-sided copies.
Double-sided copy (“2” setting)
Select this setting to use the duplex unit to make double-sided copies.
With this setting, the paper use can be reduced to about half.
Single-sided 2in1 copy (“1-2in1” setting)
Select this setting to reduce two document pages to fit one single-sided
copy page.
If the “1-2in1” setting is selected, the size of the original is automatically
reduced.
Select this setting to reduce four document pages to fit one double-sided
copy page.
If the “2-2in1” setting is selected, the size of the original is automatically
reduced.
With this setting, the paper use can be reduced to about one quarter.
Single-sided 4in1 copy (“1-4in1” setting)
Select this setting to reduce four document pages to fit one single-sided
copy page.
If the “1-4in1” setting is selected, the size of the original is automatically
reduced.
With this setting, the paper use can be reduced to about one quarter.
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2
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3
4
3 4
Example: For 4 single-sided document pages
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Double-sided 2in1 copy (“2-2in1” setting)
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With this setting, the paper use can be reduced to about half.
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Double-sided 4in1 copy (“2-4in1” setting)
Select this setting to reduce eight document pages to fit one double-sided
copy page.
If the “2-4in1” setting is selected, the size of the original is automatically
reduced.
With this setting, the paper use can be reduced to about one eighth.
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Tip
The copy order during 4in1 copying can be specified using the “4in1 Copy
Order” function on the User’s Choice: 2 screen. For more details, refer to
“Specifying Default Settings (“User’s Choice” Functions)” of “Utility Mode
Operations” in the Administrator Operations volume.
Booklet copy (“4in1/Booklet” setting)
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Select this setting to reduce the document for booklet-making and
copying onto both sides of the paper.
The page order differs than with the “2-2in1” setting.
The pages are laid out so that they can be read like a magazine.
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If the “4in1/Booklet” setting is selected, the size of the original is
automatically reduced.
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2
3
4
3
4
6
5
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6
7
1
2 7
8
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Example: For 8 single-sided document pages
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Booklet-binding (“Booklet Creation” setting)
Select this setting to bind copies with staples and fold them along
the center. (The copies will be made into a booklet.)
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2
3
4
3
4
6
5
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6
7
1
2 7
8
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Example: For 8 single-sided original pages
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Tip
The copy zoom ratio during 2in1 copying, 4in1 copying and booklet binding can
be specified using the “2in1, 4in1, Booklet Copy Zoom” function on the User’s
Choice: 2 screen. For more details, refer to “Specifying Default Settings (“User’s
Choice” Functions)” of “Utility Mode Operations” in the Administrator Operations
volume.
Conditions for making booklets
Number of copies:
10 (6 to 10 bound pages)
20 (2 to 5 bound pages)
Bound pages:
2 to 10 (Maximum 40 pages)
Paper sizes:
Letter L, 11 × 17 L
Width: Maximum 11-3/4 in., Minimum 8-1/4 in.
Length: Maximum 17 in., Minimum 11 in.
Center-erasing (“Center Erase” setting)
When making copies using the “Booklet Creation” setting, this setting erases the
area along the binding, at the center of the pages.
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Note
If less than 4 document pages are loaded, they will be fed out without being
bound, even if the “Bind” setting was selected.
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To specify a Copy setting
1 Touch [OrigÖ Copy].
The OriginalÖ Copy screen appears.
2 Select the desired Copy setting.
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3 To select 4in1 copying or booklet copying, touch [4in1/Booklet].
The 4in1/Booklet
screen appears.
4 Select the desired 2in1
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or 4in1 Copy setting.
5 If “Booklet Creation” is
selected, [Bind]
appears.
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[Bind] only appears
if the optional finisher DF-625 is installed.
6 To create a booklet,
touch [Bind].
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is not selected.
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7 If “Bind” is selected,
[Center Erase]
appears.
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As a default,
“Center Erase” is
selected.
8 If you do not wish to use
center-erasing, touch
[Center Erase] to
cancel it.
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9 Touch [Enter]. The OriginalÖ Copy screen appears again.
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5.7
Selecting the Orig > Copy Settings (Original Direction and Margin Position Settings)
The type of original and the desired type of copy can be specified. In addition, the
document orientation and the position of the binding margin can also be specified.
The Original Direction and Margin settings are described below. For details about
the Original settings and the Copy settings, refer to p. 5-15 and p. 5-20.
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Document orientation (“Original Direction” setting)
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Document binding margin position (“Margin” setting)
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Thick documents (“Thick Original” setting)
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There are three document settings that can be specified.
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Selecting the Document Orientation (“Original Direction” Setting)
The orientation of the document can be specified. Select the setting appropriate for
your document orientation.
Select this setting for a portrait document with the top toward the rear
of the copier.
Select this setting for a landscape document with the top toward the
rear of the copier.
As a default, no setting is selected.
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Note
If the orientation of the document is different from that of the selected Original
Direction setting, 2in1 or 4in1 copies will not be printed correctly.
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Tip
Portrait and landscape orientations
With the portrait orientation, the paper is vertical, like with portraits or photos of
people.
With the landscape orientation, the paper is horizontal, like with landscapes.
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Select this setting for a portrait document with the top toward the right
of the copier.
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Select this setting for a landscape document with the top toward the
right of the copier.
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Specifying the Document Binding Margin Position (“Margin” Setting)
If a document with a binding margin is being copied, the position of the binding margin can be specified. Select the setting appropriate for the binding margin position
for your document.
Select this setting if the document is loaded with the binding margin at
the left.
Select this setting if the document is loaded with the binding margin at
the top.
As a default, the setting for the binding margin at the left is selected.
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Note
If the position of the binding margin for the document is different from that of the
selected Margin setting, copies made using the erase settings will not be printed
correctly.
When loading a document with a binding margin, position the top of the document toward the rear of the copier. For details, refer to “Feeding the Document”
(p. 4-5).
Specifying Copy Settings
Specifying Thick Documents (“Thick Original” Setting)
Select this setting if a thick document is being copied.
To specify a thick document (34-1/4 lbs. to 55-3/4 lbs.), touch [Thick Original].
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To specify conditions for the original
As a default, no setting is selected.
1 Touch [OrigÖ Copy].
The OriginalÖ Copy screen appears.
2 Touch [Original Direc-
If the “Book” Original setting was selected, [Original
Direction] is not
available.
3 Select the setting appropriate for your document, and then touch [Enter].
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If the orientation of the document is different from that of the selected Original Direction setting, 2in1 or 4in1 copies will not be printed correctly.
4 Touch [Margin]. A screen showing
the available binding margin settings appears.
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If the “Book” Original setting
was selected, [Margin] is not
available.
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tion]. The Original Direction screen appears.
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5 Select the setting appropriate for your document, and then touch [Enter].
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If the position of the binding margin for the document is different from that of
the selected Margin setting, copies made using the erase settings will not be
printed correctly.
When loading a document with a binding margin, position the top of the document toward the rear of the copier. For details, refer to “Feeding the Document” (p. 4-5).
Specifying Copy Settings
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6 If a thick document is being copied, touch [Thick Original].
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Selecting a Photo/Density Setting
The type of original can be specified.
Text combined with images (“Text&Photo” setting)
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Photographs (“Photo Image” setting)
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Printed photos (“Printed Image” setting)
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Text only (“Text” setting)
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Maps (“Map” setting)
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Copies (“Copied Image” setting)
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Copies with a specific background density (“Background” parameter of the
“Density” function)
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Copies with a specific density (“Density” parameter of the “Density” function)
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Copies with a glossy finish (“Glossy Mode” setting)
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Originals that cause moire patterns (“Screen Pattern” settings)
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There are ten document types.
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Specifying the Image Type (“Photo/Density” Settings)
“Text & Photo” setting
Select this setting when copying documents containing both text and
images.
“Photo Image” setting
Select this setting when copying documents (photographs) printed on
photographic paper.
A smooth copy is produced.
“Printed Image” setting
Select this setting when copying printed documents, such as pamphlets or catalogs.
“Text” setting
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Select this setting when copying documents containing only text.
The edges of copied text are reproduced with sharpness, providing an image that is easy to read.
“Map” setting
Select this setting when copying documents with a background color or
documents containing pencil markings or fine colored lines.
A sharp copy image is produced.
“Copied Image” setting
Select this setting when copying images (documents) printed with this
copier.
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Specifying the Density Parameters
Manual background density
G
One of eight density settings can be selected for the density of the background
color of documents.
G
Each time [Lighter] or [Darker] is touched, the background density is lightened
or darkened by one level.
“Auto” background density
G
Select this setting to automatically adjust the density level according to the document being copied.
Density
G
This parameter can be used to select one of seven density settings for the density of the copy.
G
Each time [Lighter] or [Darker] is touched, the density is lightened or darkened
by one level.
Select this setting for copies with a glossy finish.
Reducing Moire Effects (“Screen Pattern” Settings)
G
Select the appropriate setting for reducing moire patterns that occur when copying printed photographs (which contain shading) or documents containing lines.
G
The “Screen Pattern” settings are available if the “Text”, “Photo Image”, “Printed
Image” or “Copied Image” setting is selected.
❍
❍
Gradation: Select this setting to give the gradation priority.
Resolution: Select this setting to give the resolution priority.
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Specifying a Glossy Finish (“Glossy Mode” Setting)
5.8 Selecting a Photo/Density Setting
5
To select a Photo/Density setting
1 Touch [Photo/Density].
The Photo/Density screen appears.
2 Select the setting for the type of document to be copied.
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3 Touch [Density].
The Density screen appears.
4 Touch [Lighter] or [Darker] to select
the desired background density level.
5 Touch [Auto].
The automatic background density
setting is selected.
6 Touch [Enter].
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To select a glossy finish (“Glossy Mode” setting)
1 Touch [Photo/Density]. The Photo/Density screen appears.
2 Touch [Glossy Mode].
1 Touch [Photo/Density].
2 Select the desired Screen Pattern setting.
✎
Note
Regardless of which Screen Pattern setting is selected, the moire patterns
in copied images cannot be completely removed.
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Tip
Moire patterns are the repeating patterns that occasionally appear when images containing a repeating pattern or lines are copied.
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If moire patterns appears in the copied image, change the Screen Pattern setting,
and then make another copy to compare the effects. Make the copies using the
Screen Pattern setting with the least moire patterns.
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To select a Screen Pattern setting
5.9 Checking the Settings
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5.9
Checking the Settings
The Copy mode settings can be checked or changed.
There are three screens that allow you to check the settings.
To check the settings
1 Press the [Mode Check] key on
the operation panel.
Specifying Copy Settings
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2 The first screen showing the current settings appears.
3 Touch [Next] to display the second screen of settings.
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4 Touch [Next] to display the third screen of settings.
5 To change a setting:
✎
Tip
The corresponding screens for the “Scan to Memory”, “Separate Scan”,
“Copy 1 Set” and “Neg. Pos. Reverse” functions and the “Glossy Mode” setting are not displayed. Perform the usual procedure to display the corresponding screens when changing these settings.
To change the settings
1 Press the [Mode Check] key.
2 Touch [Next] or [BackUp] until the screen containing the setting that you wish to
change appears.
3 Touch the setting that you wish to change. The corresponding screen appears.
4 Change the setting in the same way that it would normally be set.
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❍
Touch the setting that you wish to change. The corresponding screen appears.
Change the setting as desired.
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❍
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Controlling
Jobs
Controlling Jobs
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6.1 Description of Jobs
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6.1
Description of Jobs
Job
Any set of consecutive operations, such as those for making copies, scans or computer printouts
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Multi-job feature
G
While one job is being printed, another job can be queued. As many as 49 jobs
can be queued.
G
When one job is finished being printed, the next queued job automatically
begins. However, touching [Increase Priority] moves the specified job to the
front of the queue so that it is printed next.
Queuing jobs
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Specifying the desired copy settings, then pressing the [Start] key queues the
copy operation as a job.
❍ The queued jobs are listed in the job display.
The jobs are printed starting with the one at the top of the list.
Jobs are listed with those having a higher priority for printing at the top.
Scan and computer print operations are also listed as jobs.
❍ Jobs are numbered in the order that they are programmed and queued for
printing.
The job number identifies the job; it does not indicate the printing order.
In addition, the job number does not change until the job is deleted.
6.1 Description of Jobs
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To change the status of a queued job
The status of jobs marked as “Waiting Print” can be changed.
Change the status according to the procedure described below.
1 Touch either [Job Log] or [Job Control] to display the queued jobs.
2 Select the job whose status you wish to change, and then touch [Change Mode].
The Job Mode Change screen appears.
3 The current status is displayed. Select the status that you wish to change.
4 The Job Mode Change screen for the status appears. Select the new status,
and then touch [Enter].
5 Check that the status of the job has been changed, and then touch [Enter].
To delete a queued job
Jobs marked as “Waiting Print” can be deleted.
1 Touch either [Job Log] or [Job Control] to display the queued jobs.
To cancel a job that is being printed
While a job is being printed, that job cannot be deleted from the Job Log or Job Control screens. Cancel a job that is being printed according to the procedure described
below.
1 While a job is being printed, press the [Stop] key on the operation panel.
Printing stops and the screen that allows you to select which job to cancel appears.
2 Check the details for the jobs that appear, and then, from the jobs that are being
printed or scanned, select the job that you wish to cancel. Then, touch [Delete].
To quit canceling the job being printed, press the [Start] key. Printing continues.
3 After touching [Delete], the message “Job has been done improperly. Check the
record.” appears. The job being printed is canceled.
4 Touch [Enter].
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The selected job is deleted.
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2 Select the job that you wish to delete, and then touch [Delete].
6.2 Job Log Screens
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6.2
Job Log Screens
The list and details of queued jobs can be viewed.
The following five Job Log screens provide a variety of functions.
Print List Screen
The programmed details of a print job can be viewed.
Touch [Job Log]. The Print List screen appears.
Jobs queued to be printed appear in order from the top of the list.
Touch [Basic] to display the Basic screen again.
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The following details of the jobs are displayed.
Controlling Jobs
No.
Item Name
Description
1
Job number
Job identification number assigned when the job is programmed
2
Up/down arrows
When there are more than five jobs, press these arrows to
display jobs higher or lower in the list (higher or lower in the
printing order).
3
Job name
Displays the type (source) of the job
“COPIER” is displayed for copy jobs.
4
Status
Displays the status of the job
5
Output location
Indicates the tray where the printed page will be fed out
6
File name
Displays the name of the file for print jobs sent from the
computer
7
Original
Displays the number of pages in the original document
8
Copy
Displays the specified number of pages to be printed
While the job is being printed, the number of pages remaining
to be printed is counted down.
9
Beginning time
Displays the time that the job was programmed
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No.
Item Name
Description
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Completion time
Displays the time when printing of the job is expected to be
finished
Scan List Screen
The programmed details of scan jobs can be viewed.
Touch [Scan List]. The Scan List screen appears.
Jobs queued to be printed appear in order from the top of the list.
Touch [Basic] to display the Basic screen again.
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2
1
Item Name
Description
1
Job number
Job identification number assigned when the job is programmed
2
Up/down arrows
When there are more than five jobs, press these arrows to
display jobs higher or lower in the list (higher or lower in the
printing order).
3
Transmission method
Displays the transmission method
4
Status
Displays the status of the job
5
Recipient
Displays the name of the recipient
6
Original
Displays the number of pages in the original document
7
Beginning time
Displays the time that the job was programmed
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The following details of the jobs are displayed.
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Job List Screen
The settings of programmed jobs can be viewed.
Touch [Job List]. The Job List screen appears.
Jobs that have been programmed appear in order from the top of the list.
However, jobs programmed in user boxes are not displayed.
Touch [Basic] to display the Basic screen again.
Select the job whose setting details you wish to view. The details of the
programmed job are displayed. Touch [Next] to view the next screen showing
details of the job.
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The following details of the jobs are displayed.
No.
Item Name
Description
1
Job number
Job identification number assigned when the job is programmed
2
Up/down arrows
When there are more than five jobs, press these arrows to
display jobs higher or lower in the list (higher or lower in the
printing order).
3
Job name
Displays the type (source) of the job
“COPIER” is displayed for copy jobs.
4
Status
Displays the status of the job
5
Completion time
Displays the time when printing of the job is expected to be
finished
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Print Log Screen
A log of all jobs that have been printed can be viewed.
Touch [Print Log]. The Print Log screen appears.
All jobs that have been printed are displayed. In addition, the jobs can be divided
into separate lists of those that have finished being printed and those that have
been deleted.
Touch [Basic] to display the Basic screen again.
To view a list of completed print jobs, touch [Complete].
To view a list of print jobs that have been deleted, touch [Delete]. Touch [All] to
return to the list of all print jobs.
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The following details of the jobs are displayed.
No.
Item Name
Description
1
Job number
Job identification number assigned when the job is programmed
2
Up/down arrows
When there are more than five jobs, press these arrows to
display jobs higher or lower in the list (higher or lower in the
printing order).
3
Job name
Displays the type (source) of the job
“COPIER” is displayed for copy jobs.
4
Output location
Indicates the tray where the printed page will be fed out
5
File name
Displays the name of the file for print jobs sent from the
computer
6
Original
Displays the number of pages in the original document
7
Copy
Displays the specified number of pages to be printed
While the job is being printed, the number of pages remaining
to be printed is counted down.
8
Beginning time
Displays the time that the job was programmed
9
Completion time
Displays the time when printing of the job is expected to be
finished
10
Result
Displays the job process details
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Item Name
Description
11
Job status
Displays details of any errors that may have occurred while the
job was being performed
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Scan Log Screen
A log of all jobs that have been scanned can be viewed.
Touch [Scan Log]. The Scan Log screen appears.
All jobs that have been scanned are displayed. In addition, the jobs can be divided
into separate lists for those that have finished being scanned and those that have
been deleted.
Touch [Basic] to display the Basic screen again.
To view a list of completed scan jobs, touch [Complete].
To view a list of scan jobs that have been deleted, touch [Delete]. Touch [All] to
return to the list of all scan jobs.
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2
1
The following details of the jobs are displayed.
No.
Paper Format
Description
1
Job number
Job identification number assigned when the job is programmed
2
Up/down arrows
When there are more than five jobs, press these arrows to
display jobs higher or lower in the list (higher or lower in the
printing order).
3
Transmission method
Displays the transmission method
4
Recipient
Displays the name of the recipient
5
Original
Displays the number of pages in the original document
6
Beginning time
Displays the time that the job was programmed
7
Completion time
Displays the time when printing of the job is expected to be
finished
8
Result
Displays the job process details
9
Job status
Displays details of any errors that may have occurred while the
job was being performed
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6.3
Job Control Screens
The status of a programmed job can be changed and the job can be prioritized for
output.
The following six Job Control screens provide a variety of functions.
Scanned Job Screen
Scanned jobs stored in the memory can be printed.
Touch [Job Control]. The Scanned Job screen appears.
Images stored in the memory, using the “Scan to Memory” function from the
Auxiliary screen, appear as jobs.
The programmed details of a stored scan image can be viewed.
Stored scan jobs appear in order from the top of the list.
Touch [Basic] to display the Basic screen again.
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1
2
The following details of the jobs are displayed.
No.
Paper Format
Description
1
Job number
Job identification number assigned when the job is programmed
2
Up/down arrows
When there are more than five jobs, press these arrows to
display jobs higher or lower in the list (higher or lower in the
printing order).
3
Job name
Displays the type (source) of the job
“COPIER” is displayed for copy jobs.
4
Status
Displays the status of the job
5
Output location
Indicates the tray where the printed page will be fed out.
6
File name
Displays the name of the file for print jobs sent from the
computer
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No.
Paper Format
Description
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Original
Displays the number of pages in the original document
8
Copy
Displays the number of pages in the copy
While the job is being printed, the number of pages remaining
to be printed is counted down.
9
Beginning time
Displays the time that the job was programmed
To print scanned data (move it from the list on the Scanned Job screen to the
Print List screen)
1 Select the job that you wish to print from the Scanned Job screen. To print multiple jobs, continue selecting all jobs that you wish to print.
2 Touch [OK].
The job is deleted from the list on the Scanned Job screen and added to the
Print List screen. The status of the job changes from “Job Stored” to “Waiting
Print”, and the job is queued for printing.
3 Touch [Job Log], and check the status of the job.
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For details on setting the “Scan to Memory” function, refer to “Storing the
Scanned Image in the Memory (“Scan to Memory” Function)” of “Auxiliary
Functions” in the Advanced Operations volume.
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Unlock Job Screen
Jobs locked with the “Locked Job” function can be printed.
Touch [Unlock Job]. The Unlock Job screen appears.
Stored jobs locked with “Locked Job” function are listed.
Locked jobs appear in order from the top of the list.
The programmed details of a locked job can be viewed.
Touch [Basic] to display the Basic screen again.
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The following details of the jobs are displayed.
No.
Paper Format
Description
1
Job number
Job identification number assigned when the job is programmed
2
Up/down arrows
When there are more than five jobs, press these arrows to
display jobs higher or lower in the list (higher or lower in the
printing order).
3
Job name
Displays the type (source) of the job
4
Status
Displays the status of the job
5
Output location
Indicates the tray where the printed page will be fed out
6
File name
Displays the name of the file for print jobs sent from the
computer
7
Original
Displays the number of pages in the original document
8
Copy
Displays the number of pages in the copy
While the job is being printed, the number of pages remaining
to be printed is counted down.
9
Beginning time
Displays the time that the job was programmed
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To unlock a job (to print a locked document)
1 Select the job that you wish to unlock. To unlock multiple jobs, continue selecting all jobs that you wish to unlock.
2 Using the keypad, enter the four-digit unlocking code.
❍
For the unlocking code, consult the person who programmed the job using
the “Locked Job” function.
3 The job is deleted from the list on the Unlock Job screen.
❍
❍
❍
The status of the job changes from “Print Locked” to “Waiting Print”.
If the job currently being printed can be interrupted, printing is interrupted
and printing of the unlocked job begins. Printing of the interrupted job is automatically restarted once printing for the job that printing was interrupted for
is finished.
If the job currently being printed cannot be interrupted, printing is interrupted
after printing for the current job is finished.
4 Touch [Job Log], and check the status of the job.
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For details on setting the “Locked Job” function, refer to the manual of the printer
controller.
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Increase Priority Screen
Queued jobs can be prioritized so that they will be printed before other jobs.
If the job currently being printed can be interrupted, printing is interrupted and printing of the prioritized job begins. Printing of the interrupted job is automatically restarted once printing for the job that printing was interrupted for is finished. If the job
currently being printed cannot be interrupted, printing is interrupted after printing for
the current job is finished.
G
Touch [Increase Priority]. The Increase Priority screen appears.
❍
G
Jobs queued to be printed appear in order from the top of the list.
Touch [Basic] to display the Basic screen again.
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1
2
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The following details of the jobs are displayed.
No.
Item Name
Description
1
Job number
Job identification number assigned when the job is programmed
2
Up/down arrows
When there are more than five jobs, press these arrows to
display jobs higher or lower in the list (higher or lower in the
printing order).
3
Job name
Displays the type (source) of the job
“COPIER” is displayed for copy jobs.
4
Status
Displays the status of the job
5
Output location
Indicates the tray where the printed page will be fed out
6
File name
Displays the name of the file for print jobs sent from the
computer
7
Original
Displays the number of pages in the original document
8
Copy
Displays the number of pages in the copy
While the job is being printed, the number of pages remaining
to be printed is counted down.
9
Beginning time
Displays the time that the job was programmed
10
Completion time
Displays the time when printing of the job is expected to be
finished
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To increase the priority of (print) a job
1 Select the job that you wish to prioritize.
2 Touch [OK].
The job is move from the Increase Priority list to the list of jobs to be printed, and
the job is queued for printing.
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3 Touch [Job Log], and check the status of the job.
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Combine Jobs Screen
A stored job can be combined with another job, and the two jobs can be printed as
one.
Up to five jobs can be combined.
If any of the following settings are specified for the jobs that are to be combined, the
settings for all jobs change to the settings for the first job that was selected.
G
Finishing settings
G
Number of copies
G
“Distribution” function
✎
Note
If jobs are combined while any of the following settings are selected, the setting
changes to the default.
Hole-punching turned off
Stapling turned off
“Distribution” function turned off
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✎
Tip
The following functions cannot be used together with the “Combine Jobs”
function.
“Multi-Page Enlargement” function
Controlling Jobs
“Postcard” function
“Image Repeat” function
“Color Separation” function
“OHP Interleaving” function
Touch [Combine Jobs]. The Combine Jobs screen appears.
Jobs stored in the memory appear in order from the top of the list.
Touch [Basic] to display the Basic screen again.
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2
The following details of the jobs are displayed.
Description
1
Job number
Job identification number assigned when the job is programmed
2
Up/down arrows
When there are more than five jobs, press these arrows to
display jobs higher or lower in the list (higher or lower in the
printing order).
3
Job name
Displays the type (source) of the job
“COPIER” is displayed for copy jobs.
4
Status
Displays the status of the job
5
Output location
Indicates the tray where the printed page will be fed out
6
File name
Displays the name of the file for print jobs sent from the
computer
7
Original
Displays the number of pages in the original document
8
Copy
Displays the number of pages in the copy
While the job is being printed, the number of pages remaining
to be printed is counted down.
9
Beginning time
Displays the time that the job was programmed
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To combine jobs
1 Select the job that you wish to combine other jobs with.
2 Select the jobs that you wish to combine with the first job selected.
❍
❍
❍
To combine more than two jobs, repeat the above step until all jobs that you
wish to combine are selected.
Up to five jobs can be selected.
To change any of the copy settings, touch [Change Mode], and then change
the settings.
3 Touch [OK]. The jobs are deleted from the list on the Combine Jobs screen.
The Print List screen of Job Log appears.
❍
The selected jobs are combined into one.
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4 On the Print List screen, check the status of the jobs.
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UserBox Screen
Jobs programmed in user boxes can be printed.
✎
Note
The “User Box” function is only available if the hard disk is installed.
Touch [UserBox]. The UserBox screen appears.
Jobs that have been programmed in user boxes appear in order from the top of the
list.
If account access codes have been specified with the “Copy Track” function, a
screen appears, allowing you to enter the account access code. Using the keypad,
enter the access code.
For details on specifying account access codes, refer to “Supervising Copier Use
(“Copy Track” Function)” in the Administrator Operations volume.
For details on setting the “User Box” function, refer to the manual of the printer
controller.
Touch [Basic] to display the Basic screen again.
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2
The following details of the jobs are displayed.
No.
Item Name
Description
1
Job number
Job identification number assigned when the job is programmed
2
Up/down arrows
When there are more than five jobs, press these arrows to
display jobs higher or lower in the list (higher or lower in the
printing order).
3
Job name
Displays the type (source) of the job
4
Status
Displays the status of the job
5
File name
Displays the name of the file for print jobs sent from the
computer
6
Original
Displays the number of pages in the original document
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No.
Item Name
Description
7
Copy
Displays the number of pages in the copy
While the job is being printed, the number of pages remaining
to be printed is counted down.
8
Beginning time
Displays the time that the job was programmed
To print a job from a user box
1 Select the job that you wish to print from those programmed in user boxes.
2 If the selected job is one stored in the memory, touch [Open Job].
3 If the selected job is one that has been locked, use the keypad to enter the fourdigit account access code, and then touch [Open Job].
4 Touch [Scanned Job]. The selected job is retrieved as a stored job.
5 Select the job stored in the user box that you wish to print.
❍
To print multiple jobs, continue selecting all jobs that you wish to print.
6 Touch [OK].
7 Touch [Job Log], and check the status of the jobs.
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The job is deleted from the list on the Scanned Job screen. The status of the job
changes from “Job Stored” to “Waiting Print”, and the job is queued for printing.
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Memory Recall Screen
Past copy jobs can be recalled and printed again.
Up to 49 past copy jobs are saved.
If the number of copy jobs exceeds 49 or the memory becomes full, jobs are deleted, starting from the oldest.
Deleted jobs cannot be recalled.
Touch [Memory Recall]. The Memory Recall screen appears.
Jobs that have already been printed appear in order from the top of the list.
If the “Memory Recall” function on the User’s Choice: 1 screen has been set to
“Yes”, [Memory Recall] is available (jobs can be recalled from the memory).
However, if the “Memory Recall” function on the User’s Choice: 1 screen has been
set to “No”, all jobs are erased after they are finished being printed. ([Memory
Recall] is not available.)
Deleted jobs cannot be recalled.
For details on setting the “Memory Recall” function on the User’s Choice:1 screen,
refer to “To set the “Memory Recall” function” in chapter 5 “Utility Mode Operation”of
the Administrator Operations volume.
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Note
If the copier is turned off, all saved jobs are deleted and can no longer be
recalled.
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Touch [Basic] to display the Basic screen again.
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The following details of the jobs are displayed.
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No.
Item Name
Description
1
Job number
Job identification number assigned when the job is programmed
2
Up/down arrows
When there are more than five jobs, press these arrows to
display jobs higher or lower in the list (higher or lower in the
printing order).
3
Job name
Displays the type (source) of the job
“COPIER” is displayed for copy jobs.
4
Output location
Indicates the tray where the printed page will be fed out
5
File name
Displays the name of the file for print jobs sent from the
computer
6
Original
Displays the number of pages in the original document
7
Copy
Displays the number of pages in the copy
While the job is being printed, the number of pages remaining
to be printed is counted down.
8
Beginning time
Displays the time that the job was programmed
9
Completion time
Displays the time when printing of the job is expected to be
finished
To recall a job from the memory
1 Select the job that you wish to print from the memory.
❍
To recall more than two jobs, repeat the above step until all jobs that you
wish to recall are selected.
2 Touch [OK]. The jobs are deleted from the list on the Memory Recall screen.
❍
The job changes from one stored in the memory to one waiting to be printed.
3 Touch [Job Log], and check the status of the jobs.
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Index
7
Index
Chapter 7
7.1 Index
7.1
Index
A
Accounts ........................................................................................... 2-18
Index
Chapter 7
7
Auto panel reset ................................................................................ 1-16
Auto paper source selection ......................................................3-7, 5-14
B
Book separation copies ...................................................... 1-8, 2-9, 5-16
Book spread copies ...................................................................1-8, 5-16
Booklet copies ..................................................................................... 1-7
Booklet copy (“4in1/Booklet” setting) ................................................ 5-22
Booklet-binding (“Booklet Creation” setting) ..................................... 5-23
Book-margin-erasing ..................................................................1-8, 5-16
Books ................................................................................................ 5-15
Bound booklet copies .................................................................1-8, 5-23
C
Checking the settings ........................................................................ 5-36
Color settings ...............................................................................1-4, 5-2
Auto Color setting ...................................................................1-4, 5-2
Black setting ...........................................................................1-4, 5-2
Full Color setting ....................................................................1-4, 5-2
Combine Jobs screen ....................................................................... 6-16
Control panel ..................................................................................... 1-12
Access key .........................................................................1-12, 2-18
Clear key ..................................................................................... 1-13
Copy key ..................................................................................... 1-12
Interrupt key ................................................................................ 1-12
keypad ......................................................................................... 1-12
Mode Check key .......................................................................... 1-12
Panel Reset key .......................................................................... 1-13
Scan key ...................................................................................... 1-12
Start key ...................................................................................... 1-13
Stop key ...................................................................................... 1-13
touch panel .........................................................................1-12, 1-20
touch panel contrast adjusting dial .............................................. 1-13
Utility key ..................................................................................... 1-12
Control panel release lever ............................................................... 1-13
Copied Image setting .................................................................1-9, 5-32
7-2
7.1 Index
Copy settings .....................................................................................5-20
Copy track .........................................................................................2-18
D
Default settings ..................................................................................1-20
Density setting ......................................................................... 1-10, 5-33
background ........................................................................ 1-10, 5-33
Document binding margin position ....................................................5-28
Document feeding ...............................................................................4-2
Document orientation ........................................................................5-27
Document types ...................................................................................4-2
Double-sided copies ..........................................................................5-21
automatic .......................................................................................1-7
double-sided 2in1 copies ..................................................... 1-7, 5-21
double-sided 4in1 copies ..................................................... 1-8, 5-22
manual ...........................................................................................1-7
Double-sided originals ............................................................... 1-7, 5-15
E
Energy saver mode ...........................................................................1-17
F
Feeding the document
document of mixed sizes ...............................................................4-8
multi-sheet feeding .........................................................................4-5
Finishing ...................................................................................... 1-5, 5-3
hole-punching ........................................................................ 1-5, 5-5
stapling ................................................................................... 1-5, 5-5
G
Glossy Mode setting ................................................................ 1-10, 5-33
I
Increase Priority screen .....................................................................6-14
Interrupting a copy job .......................................................................2-14
7-3
Index
Copy 1 set .........................................................................................2-16
Chapter 7
7
7.1 Index
Chapter 7
7
J
Job Control screens .......................................................................... 6-10
Job List screen .................................................................................... 6-6
Index
Jobs .................................................................................................... 6-2
L
Loading paper
1st drawer ...................................................................................... 3-8
2nd drawer .................................................................................. 3-17
large capacity cabinet .................................................................. 3-19
manual bypass tray ..................................................................... 3-21
M
Making basic copies ............................................................................ 2-2
Manual feeding ................................................................ 2-10, 4-2, 4-10
Map setting ................................................................................1-9, 5-32
Margin setting ..........................................................................5-26, 5-28
Memory Recall screen ...................................................................... 6-21
Mixed originals paper sizes ................................................................. 4-3
Mode Check key ............................................................................... 5-36
Multi-sheet feeding .............................................................................. 4-2
O
Orig > Copy ............................................................ 1-7, 5-15, 5-20, 5-26
Original direction ......................................................................5-26, 5-27
Original settings ................................................................................ 5-15
P
Paper .........................................................................................1-6, 5-12
Paper capacity .................................................................................... 3-4
Paper settings
Auto Paper setting ................................................................1-6, 5-12
Bypass setting ......................................................................1-6, 5-12
manual paper selection ........................................................1-6, 5-12
Paper sizes ......................................................................................... 3-3
Paper storage ..................................................................................... 3-6
Paper types ......................................................................................... 3-2
7-4
7
Photo Image setting ................................................................... 1-9, 5-32
Photo/Density setting .........................................................................5-31
Postcard ............................................................................................2-10
Chapter 7
7.1 Index
turning OFF ..................................................................................1-19
turning ON ....................................................................................1-16
Practical copy examples ......................................................................2-5
Print area .............................................................................................3-6
Print List screen ...................................................................................6-4
Print Log screen ..................................................................................6-7
Printed Image setting ................................................................. 1-9, 5-32
Printing scanned data ........................................................................6-11
Q
Queuing jobs .......................................................................................6-2
S
Scan List screen ..................................................................................6-5
Scan Log screen ..................................................................................6-9
Scanned Job screen ..........................................................................6-10
Screen Pattern setting ............................................................. 1-10, 5-33
Single-sided copies ................................................................... 1-7, 5-21
single-sided 2in1 copies ....................................................... 1-7, 5-21
single-sided 4in1 copies ....................................................... 1-8, 5-21
Single-sided originals ................................................................ 1-7, 5-15
Sleep mode .......................................................................................1-17
Sorting .................................................................................................1-4
criscross sorting .............................................................................5-4
crisscross non-sorting ....................................................................5-4
Non-Sort setting ..................................................................... 1-4, 5-4
Sort setting ............................................................................. 1-4, 5-4
Specialty paper ...............................................................3-18, 3-20, 5-12
Stopping printing ................................................................................2-12
7-5
Index
Power switch
7.1 Index
Chapter 7
7
T
Test copies ........................................................................................ 2-16
Text & Photo setting ...................................................................1-9, 5-32
Index
Text setting ................................................................................1-9, 5-32
Thick original ..................................................................................... 5-28
Touch panel ...................................................................................... 1-20
Turning the copier On and Off .......................................................... 1-16
U
Unlock Job screen ............................................................................ 6-12
UserBox screen ................................................................................ 6-19
Z
Zoom settings ..............................................................................1-5, 5-8
auto size .................................................................................1-5,
custom zoom ..........................................................................1-6,
enlargement ................................................................... 1-5, 2-6,
full size ........................................................................... 1-5, 2-5,
minimal ...................................................................................1-5,
reduction ......................................................................... 1-5, 2-7,
X/Y Zoom ...............................................................................1-6,
zooming ..................................................................................1-5,
7-6
5-8
5-9
5-8
5-8
5-9
5-8
5-9
5-9
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