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Introduction
Thank you for using the Riso Editor.
This editor allows you to create an editing area, specify how you want to edit the area, and
lets you execute a variety of editing options.
Refer to this manual for clarification as needed prior to or during use.
BCaution:
• Please be sure to read “Safety Guide” sections of the RISO Printer's User's Guide before operating the machine.
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Copyright © 2005 RISO KAGAKU CORPORATION
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Contents
Contents
Icons Used in This Manual .................................................................................................. 4
Before Using
6
Part Names and Functions .................................................................................................. 6
Main Screen .........................................................................................................................6
Editing Screen ......................................................................................................................7
Preview Screen ....................................................................................................................8
Before Starting to Use ......................................................................................................... 9
Basic Editor Operations
10
Basic Operation Flow ........................................................................................................ 10
Selecting a Document ....................................................................................................... 11
Scanning a New Document ................................................................................................12
Retrieving Storage Data .....................................................................................................14
Making and Editing an Area .............................................................................................. 16
Making an Area ..................................................................................................................17
Confirming the Print Image (Preview)................................................................................ 19
Printing (Saving) ................................................................................................................ 21
Editing Functions
24
Using Editing Tools............................................................................................................ 24
Icons Used to Edit (Edit Function Icons) ............................................................................24
Icons to Help with Operations (Operation Help Function Icons).........................................25
Icons to Execute Operations (Execution Function Icons) ...................................................26
Specifying Editing Area Colour (Image Colour Specification) .......................................... 27
Image/Dot Processing an Area (Process) ......................................................................... 28
Framing an Area (Frame) .................................................................................................. 30
Applying a Screen to an Area (Screen) ............................................................................. 31
Reversing the Negative and Positive of an Area (Reverse) .............................................. 32
Erasing Within/Outside of an Editing Area (Erase)........................................................... 33
Shifting an Image (Image Shift) ......................................................................................... 34
Canceling an Area (Area Cancellation) ............................................................................. 35
Overlaying an Image [Clip Art]........................................................................................... 36
Overlaying an Background [Background] .......................................................................... 38
Exchanging Drums for Multi-Colour Printing ..................................................................... 40
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Contents
Admin/Other
42
Changing Default Settings [Admin.]................................................................................... 42
Customising the Default Settings .......................................................................................43
Tool and Keypad Relationship........................................................................................... 45
Samples of frame and screen designs .............................................................................. 47
Frame .................................................................................................................................47
Screen ................................................................................................................................47
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Icons Used in This Manual
The following icons are used in this manual.
Warning Icons
The following icons are used throughout the document.
Important!: Indicates items that require special attention or that are prohibited actions.
Read carefully and follow the directions as indicated.
Note:
Useful tips and helpful hints for using the Editor.
Indicates a reference page.
[
]
Indicates a button or item name on the Editor screen.
Indicates which button to touch with the stylus pen on the Editor screen.
About the User Guide
Two types of commands are used in this users guide: “Press the [xxx] key” and “Touch [xxx]”.
Refer to the information below and execute operations as indicated by each command.
“Press the [xxx] key” means to press a key on the control panel.
“Touch [OK] on the display” means to use the stylus pen to lightly press the button on the display screen.
4 Icons Used in This Manual
Icons Used in This Manual 5
Before Using
Usage tips, part names and the functions that should be learned prior to using the Editor are presented in this section.
Please read carefully.
Part Names and Functions
The Editor screens consist of the following: the “Main Screen”, “Editing Screen”, and “Preview Screen”. Each of these
screens is described below.
See “Using Editing Tools” ()p.24) for information about the functions and uses for the various editing tools.
Main Screen
Use a touch pen on the “Main Screen” to select the area to be edited. Once the area has been selected, the “Editing
Screen” appears.
1) Image Display Area
2) Tool Bar Position Change Button
Changes the tool bar display between the left and right
sides.
3) Editing Tools
4) Exit Editing Button
Exits the Editor.
6 Part Names and Functions
5) Sub Tool Bar Display/Fold Button
Shows/Folds the Sub Tool Bar.
6) Change View Tool
Toggles between the Preview/Editing screens.
7) Sub Tool Bar
8) Area (selected)
The edited area is surrounded by a solid line.
Before Using
Editing Screen
Use the editing tools to edit within the selected area.
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1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Image Display Area
Editing Tools
Cancel
Confirm Button
Sub Tool Bar
Area (currently being selected)
The editing area is framed by a dotted line.
Note:
• To display Pop-up Guide for Editing Tool icons from either Editing screen or from Preview screen, press the
key on the Print Quantity Keys. (Press the
key again to clear the Pop-up Guide.)
Part Names and Functions 7
Before Using
Preview Screen
Use the Preview Screen to confirm the print image (the image edited on the “Editing Screen”).
1) Print Image Display Area
2) Editing Tools
3) Return To Main Screen Button
Returns to the Main screen.
4) Sub Tool Bar
8 Part Names and Functions
Before Using
Before Starting to Use
Certain previously set functions may be cleared when you use the Editor.
The following functions will be cleared if the Editor is used:
-Image
-Dot Process
-Ink Saving
-Programme
-Tone Curve
-Multi-Up Print
-Contrast Adj
-Book Shadow
-Preview
-2 Up
-Max. Scan
-Overlay
-Scanning Contrast
-Size
• The Editor function is to be used when creating a master. It cannot be used in Scan or Link modes.
• “Text” is the default value for image processing mode. To process a “Photo”, set (edit) each area.
• You cannot use the ADF unit with the Editor. When editing an original document, place it on the platen glass and
do not raise the platen glass cover until editing is complete.
• Never use a ballpoint pen or mechanical pencil in place of the touch pen. Doing so may scratch or damage the display.
• No interrupts (data from a computer being printed) will occur while the Editor is in use, even if the reserve period
has elapsed. Sleep and shutdown are also prohibited.
Before Starting to Use 9
Basic Editor Operations
The basic operations for using the Editor as well as how to specify the editing area are explained in this section.
Basic Operation Flow
The basic operation flow when using the Editor is shown below:
1)
2)
3)
4)
Select a document )p.11
Create an area and edit (repeat for each area) )p.16
Use the preview to confirm )p.19
Print (Save the edited content) )p.21
10 Basic Operation Flow
Basic Editor Operations
Selecting a Document
You can edit “Original Documents” and “Storage Data” with the Editor.
Ready to Make Master
Editor
Basic
Page (A4)
Selections
Cancel
Functions
Contrast
Scan NewSize
Page
Auto
Retrieve
Storage Data
Line
Retrieve Page Data under Editing
Multi-Up
Print
Black
D-Feed
Check
READY
OK
Admin.
Paper
Auto
1
A4
Editor
Idle
Info
[Scan New Page]: Edits and prints (saves) original documents.
[Retrieve Storage Data]: Retrieves previously stored data to edit and print (save).
[Retrieve Page Data under Editing]: Retrieves a document for modifications or further editing, even if the Editor has
been closed.
Important!:
• If the retrieved stored data has already been separated into two colours, you can only edit one colour portion of the
data.
• Only edited data can be printed (edited) after the Editor function has been specified.
The operations explained here are for newly scanning a document to be edited, and for retrieving stored data.
Selecting a Document 11
Basic Editor Operations
Scanning a New Document
1
Place the original on the Platen
Glass.
3
Raise the gauge cover and place the original facedown on the platen glass. Close the gauge cover
and platen glass.
Touch [Scan New Page] and then
touch [OK].
Ready to Make Master
Editor
Basic
Page (A4)
Selections
Cancel
Functions
OK
Admin.
Contrast
Scan NewSize
Page
Paper
Gauge Cover
Grasp here
and lift up the
gauge cover
Retrieve Page Data under Editing
Multi-Up
Print
Black
Place the original
face-down
Important!:
• Do not place in the ADF unit (option). If you use
the ADF unit and rescan the original, the scan
will be skewed.
• From this point on, do not open the platen glass
(gauge cover) until you have finished using the
Editor to edit. If you rescan the original, the
scan may become skewed.
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Ready to Make Master
Basic
Page (A4)
Line
Multi-Up
Print
Black
Selections
Functions
Contrast
Size
Admin.
Feed Tray
Auto
Auto
A4
D-Feed
Check
READY
Editor
Idle
Info
Note:
• If [Editor] is not displayed on the screen, select
from [Functions].
12 Selecting a Document
READY
Editor
Id l e
In fo
Adjust Scanning “Contrast”, “Size” and “Format”
as needed.
Page Scan
Cancel
OK
Ready to Scan Data
Contrast
Touch [Editor] on the Master Making
Basic Screen or the Print Basic
Screen.
Ex: Master Making Basic Screen
D-Feed
Check
Set the scan parameters.
Auto
2
Auto
1
A4
Auto
Retrieve
Storage Data
Line
Size
Format
Auto
A4
“Format” is the size of the scanned original.Normally, the size of the set document automatically
appears. Manually set the size if scanning custom
paper sizes, or if you want to scan a certain size
regardless of the original dimensions.
Note:
• “Contrast” and “Size” have the same functions
as when making a master. See the RISO printer
User’s Guide for further details.
Basic Editor Operations
5
Touch [OK].
Page Scan
Cancel
OK
Ready to Scan Data
Contrast
Auto
Size
Format
Auto
A4
The scan of the original begins.
Once the scan has completed, the main screen
appears.
Specify the area to edit. Continue on to “Making
and Editing an Area” ()p.16)
Selecting a Document 13
Basic Editor Operations
Retrieving Storage Data
1
Touch [Editor] on the Master Making
Basic Screen or the Print Basic
Screen.
3
Select the stored data.
Storage Selection
Close
Ex: Master Making Basic Screen
P.
Ready to Make Master
Basic
Page (A4)
Selections
Functions
Contrast
Size
22/11/05
22/11/05
Admin.
22/11/05
Feed Tray
22/11/05
Auto
Auto
Line
A4
D-Feed
Check
Multi-Up
Print
Black
READY
Free Area:
116MB(90%)
Editor
Idle
Info
Note:
• If [Editor] is not displayed on the screen, select
from [Functions].
2
Sorting
4
Check that you have selected the
proper data, then touch [Retrieve].
Storage Retrieve
Cancel
Retrieve
Owner:
Date&Time: 22/11/05
Format:
Touch [Retrieve Storage Data] and
then touch [OK].
Ready to Make Master
Editor
Basic
Page (A4)
Line
Selections
Cancel
Functions
Contrast
Scan NewSize
Page
Auto
Retrieve
Storage Data
Retrieve Page Data under Editing
Multi-Up
Print
Black
D-Feed
Check
READY
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OK
Admin.
Paper
Auto
1
A4
Editor
Idle
Info
P.
The Editor main screen appears once the stored
data has been retrieved.
Specify the area to edit. Continue on to “Making
and Editing an Area” ()p.16).
Basic Editor Operations
Note:
• If there are multiple pages, use the right/left
arrows to select the appropriate page and then
retrieve.
Storage Retrieve
Cancel
Retrieve
Owner:
Date&Time: 22/11/05
Format:
P.
Select a page
Selecting a Document 15
Basic Editor Operations
Making and Editing an Area
Make an area (range) to edit.
There are two methods for making an area to edit.
‹ Diagonal Corner:
Creates a rectangle between two diagonally opposed points.
Touch the start point and end point.
Start Point
End Point
‹ Multi-Point:
• Use points to delineate the area you want to create.
• You can specify up to 32 points for one area.
Use points to delineate the area you want to create.
The start and end points will be automatically connected.
Start Point
End Point
Interim
Point
Interim
Point
Interim Point
Areas can also overlapped.
Edit first
(ex. "Photo")
Edit after
(ex. "Text")
Important!:
• The edited portions of the overlapped areas are applied later to the area you want to edit.
• The frame reflects both settings.
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Basic Editor Operations
Making an Area
1
Select an “Input” tool.
Touch
to use the diagonal corner tool. Touch
to use the multi-point tool.
Diagonal Corner Tool
2
3
Touch
4
Use editing tools to edit within the
area.
.
The area is confirmed and the editing screen
appears.
Multi-Point Tool
Touch the points corresponding to
the area you want to create.
Use either method to specify an area to edit.
The area is enclosed by a dotted line.
Edit Area
Select an edit tool
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Selected Area
Note:
Undo Button
Start Point
• See “Editing Functions” ()p.24) for instructions
on using the editing tools.
End Point
Note:
• To enlarge an image, touch
“One-Touch
Zoom In” and then touch the image. The image
enlarges to make the area easier to specify.
See “Icons to Help with Operations” (Operation
Help Function Icon) ()p.25)
• Touch
“Undo” to go back one operation.
5
Touch
.
You have successfully completed editing one
area.
• If there are other areas you want to edit, repeat
steps 1 to 5.
• If you want to apply multiple edits to one area,
first touch
to confirm the edit. Then touch
the same area and add a new edit.
Making and Editing an Area 17
Basic Editor Operations
Note:
• The diagonal corner and multi-point methods
can each be used to create 50 editing areas.
Next, confirm the print image. Continue on to
“Confirming the Print Image (Preview)” ()p.19)
Tip:
Changing Edits
If you want to change (cancel) edits after having
touched
, touch the inside of the edited area
again and follow the operations below.
Canceling by area: Once the area frame is displayed as dotted lines, touch
“Cancel”, and
then
and the edit as well as the specified
area is cancelled.
Changing an edit: Once the area frame is again
displayed enclosed in dotted lines, press the set
editing tool again and the edit is cancelled (the
editing area remains). Select a new editing tool
and continue editing.
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Basic Editor Operations
Confirming the Print Image (Preview)
Change to Preview Mode to confirm the print image.
Note:
• An image cannot be previewed while an area is being created or edited.
1
Touch
“Change View”.
If the sub tool bar is hidden, touch the “Sub Tool
Bar Display/Fold” button to display.
Change View Tool
Sub Tool Bar Display/Fold Button
‹ Checking the printed images for
each master (
Button)
Touch
or
“Print Colour” to display the
print image of that print colour (If there is one
colour, then one of the two will be greyed out).
Print Colour Button
‹ Displaying all relevant areas
The “Preview” screen appears.
(
Note:
Touch
“Show Area Outline” and then
touch within the editing area to display the edits
specified for that area. This information is displayed in the upper part of the screen. Touch
“Show Area Outline” again to return to
the Preview screen.
• “Process”, “Frame” and “Screen” images that
display on the “Preview” screen are shown in a
simulated pattern on the screen so that they
can more easily be verified. These images may
differ from the actual print image.
The following operations can be executed on the
“Preview” screen.
See )p.26 for details of sub toolbar buttons and
their functions.
Button)
1 Black
2 Bright Red
6
1
1
2
Show Area
Outline Button
Sub Tool Bar
Editing
Information
Confirming the Print Image (Preview) 19
Basic Editor Operations
An icon indicating the type of edit is displayed
in the top part of the screen.
Print Drum
Colour Name
Type of Image
Processing
Editing
Information
Icon
Screen
Meaning
Screen 1
Screen 2
1
1 Black
3
1
2 Red
2
Screen 3
Screen 4
Type of
Frame
Editing
Information
Icon
Type of
Screen
Upward Diagonal
Lines
Downward Diagonal
Lines
Meaning
Grid
Process
Text
Horizontal Lines
Standard Photo
‹ Checking/changing colours used
Portrait (Photo)
(
Group (Photo)
Dot Process
Nothing is
displayed.
OFF
Equivalent to 106 lpi
Equivalent to 71 lpi
Equivalent to 53 lpi
Equivalent to 34 lpi
Frame
Thin Line
Thick Line
Extra-thick Line
Fine Dotted Line
Rough Dotted Line
Double Line
Base Single Line
Base Double Line
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Button)
Touch
“Used Colour” to display the colours used for each colour separation. You can
change the settings. If you are printing with two
or more colours, touch [Add] to add the colours you want to use.
2
Once you have confirmed the print
image, touch
“Change View”
again to return to the editing screen.
Close the Editor once you have finished editing.
Continue on to “Printing (Saving)” ()p.21)
Basic Editor Operations
Printing (Saving)
1
Touch
3
.
Touch [Print] or [Exit].
If you touch [Print], the Editor Data Master Making Basic Screen appears.
Confirm the content and press the
key to
begin creating the master.
Ready to Make Master
Basic
Selections
Functions
P.1/2
Preview
Format: A4
P. 1
Black
Red
P. 2
Admin.
Paper
Skip Page
A4
Clear All
Auto Print:
2
Select whether to save the edit in
storage.
Job
Separation
Auto Process OFF
Black
READY
Idle
Info
If you touch [Exit], the normal Master Making
Basic Screen or the Print Basic Screen appears.
Exit Editing
Not Save
Cancel
Ready to Make Master
Save
Basic
Page (A4)
Line
Exit
Functions
Size
Admin.
Paper
Auto
Auto
A4
Print
Multi-Up
Print
If you touch [Save], a screen to specify the name
and location to save the data is displayed. Touch
and input information for each item.
Exit Editing
Not Save
Selections
Contrast
Black
D-Feed
Check
READY
Editor
Id l e
In fo
Cancel
Save
File Name
Directory
Owner
Exit
Print
Printing (Saving) 21
Basic Editor Operations
Note:
Even if you exit the Editor after selecting either
[Save] or [Not Save], if you touch [Editor] on the
Master Making Basic Screen or the Print Basic
Screen and then touch [Retrieve Page Data
under Editing], you can again start editing. However, after you execute one of the following operations, [Retrieve Page Data under Editing] can
no longer be used.
• The machine is turned off.
• Original data is received from a computer.
• One of the following functions is selected and a
master made.
– Book Shadow
– Output Reversal
Tip:
Printing with two or more colours
After printing the first master, set the printed paper
on the Standard Feed Tray again, and exchange
the drum. Resume printing for the second master.
If you want to print with three or more colours,
repeat the procedures above.
Master-Making Basic Screen shows colours for
and order of master-making on each page.
Ready to Make Master
Basic
Selections
P.1/4
Preview
Format: A4
P. 1
Black
Red
P. 2
Blue
P. 3
Bright Red
P. 4
Auto Print:
Black
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Functions
Skip Page
Admin.
Paper
A4
Clear All
Auto Process OFF
READY
Idle
Job
Separation
Info
Basic Editor Operations
Printing (Saving) 23
Editing Functions
An overview of the various functions that can be applied to a document, such as specifying colour, screens, etc. are
explained in this section.
Using Editing Tools
If you want to edit within an editing area, make the area selectable (so the area frame is surrounded by a dotted line)
and then use the various editing tools.
The functions and usage of the various editing tools are explained in this section.
See “Making and Editing an Area” ()p.16) for information on how to create an area.
See “Making and Editing an Area” ()p.16) for information on basic editing operations.
See “Overlaying Images (Clip Art)” ()p.36) and “Overlaying Backgrounds (Background)” ()p.38) for information on
overlay functions.
Icons Used to Edit (Edit Function Icons)
Use the icons below to edit.
Icon
Function Name
Function Explanation
Image Colour
Specification
Specifies the print colour.
Image/Frame/Screen
Image: Allows you to set the original mode (text/photo) of that
area and specify the drum (colour).
Frame: Draws a frame around the edit area. You can select from
6 types of enclosure lines and two types of underlines. You can
also select the frame drum (colour).
Screen: Applies a screen to within the editing area. You can
select from 8 types and can specify the drum (colour) as well.
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Reverse
Reverses the negative and positive within the editing area.
Erase
Deletes the images within or outside of the specified area.
Image Shift
Cuts and moves the image within a specified area.
Area Cancellation
Cancels the specified area. Press if you’ve specified an incorrect
editing area or have executed an incorrect edit.
Image Overlay
Superimposes other stored images over the original (hardcopy
original, retrieved storage data).
Editing Functions
Icons to Help with Operations (Operation Help Function Icons)
Use the following icons to help with editing.
Icon
Name
Function
Use
One-Touch Shift
Moves the screen to
centre on the
location indicated.
Allows the screen to
be moved to the
desired location.
1) Touch the button to highlight.
2) Use the tip of the pen to touch the section
One-Touch Zoom In Zooms in centred
around the location
you touch.
1) Touch the button to highlight.
2) Use the tip of the pen to touch the section
One-Touch Zoom
Out
Zooms out centred
around the location
you touch.
* This function only
appears when an
editing area is being
created.
1) Touch the button to highlight.
2) Use the tip of the pen to touch the section
Changes the editing
tool bar position.
The display location changes when you touch
the button.
Name
Function
Use
Print Colour
Previews by each
colour separation if
the colours are
separated. Up to
four colour
separations can be
displayed.
Touch and highlight the number of the button
you want to confirm and a preview of that colour
separation appears. If the buttons of multiple
separations are highlighted, multiple colour
separations is displayed. If you would like to
confirm each separation one at a time, only
highlight the button of the separation you want
to confirm.
Show Area Outline
Shows/Hides the
area outline.
Displays and
reviews the editing
changes in the
outlined area.
1) Touch the button to highlight.
Displays the colour
set for each
separation. The
used colours can be
changed or colours
added.
1) Touch the button to display “Used Colour”
Tool Bar Position
Change
you want to centre.
Continue touching to move as desired.
The “Scroll Tool” is handy if you need to
move the image a significant distance.
you want to magnify.
Continue touching to magnify as desired.
you want to zoom out from.
Continue touching to zoom out as desired.
During Preview Display Only
Icon
Used Colour
The editing area is outlined.
2) Touch within the outlined editing area. The
editing content is displayed in the upper
part of the screen.
2)
3)
4)
screen.
Select a drum (number/colour) to add or
change by touching its button.
Select a colour to add or change.
Touch
to close the screen.
Using Editing Tools 25
Editing Functions
Sub Tool Bar
Icon
Name
Function
Use
Page Orientation
Changes the image
display to the set
orientation or
rotates it by 90
degrees.
Touch the button to change between portrait
and landscape.
Zoom In
Zooms in using the
centre of the
displayed screen as
the starting point.
Touch the button to zoom in.
It's handy to use this function with the up/down
left/right scroll tools.
Zoom Out
Zooms out using
the centre of the
displayed screen as
the starting point.
Touch the button to zoom out.
It's handy to use this function with the up/down
left/right scroll tools.
Display All
Displays the entire
original if it is
currently resized.
Touch the button
again to return to
the resized image.
Touch the button to change between displaying
all and displaying the resized image.
Up/Down/Left/Right Moves the screen.
Scroll
The screen moves in 1/4 increments when you
touch the button. The distance that the screen
moves with one touch is predetermined. Use the
“One-Touch Shift” if you want to scroll as
specific distance.
Display Fold
Touch the button to change between show/fold.
Shows/Folds the
Sub Tool Bar.
Icons to Execute Operations (Execution Function Icons)
These icons are used to execute operations other than editing, such as confirming edit operations, and exiting from
functions.
Icon
Name
Function
Use
OK
Confirms the creation of edit
areas and editing operations.
Touch the button.
Exit
Exits the Editor functions.
Undo
Goes back one operation.
Change View
Toggles between the Preview/
Editing screens.
26 Using Editing Tools
Editing Functions
Specifying Editing Area Colour
(Image Colour Specification)
You can specify the colour of the editing area. Specifying the colour of each area allows you to separate the colours
of the original. This lets you create data that can be printed in multiple colours.
1
Make an area to be edited.
Note:
See )p.16.
2
Touch
tion”.
• Number of colours available per print depends
on the number of drums mounted on the
machine (up to one colour). If you specify the
number exceeding those defaults, you need to
reload paper for repeated printing and
exchange drums by yourself. ()p.40)
• If any colour you want is not displayed on the
“Colour” screen, touch [OK] and add colours
following the procedures below.
Edit Area
“Image Colour Specifica-
Select an edit tool
1) Touch
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32
2)
3)
4)
5)
3
of sub toolbar on the Basic
Screen.
Touch
.
Touch [Change] or [Add] to specify the
colour you want to use.
Touch [Close].
Touch
to go back to the Edit screen.
Select the specified colour and
touch [OK].
Colour
Cancel
OK
1
32
Black
Red
The desired action is applied and the main screen
again appears.
Specifying Editing Area Colour (Image Colour Specification) 27
Editing Functions
Image/Dot Processing an Area (Process)
Sets the image processing method for the specified area. Use if you want to process a portion of a photo.There are
three types of photo processing: “Standard”, “Portrait”, and “Group”.
Note:
• The image-processing mode is not available during editing the stored data (greyed-out).
1
Make an area to be edited.
2
Touch
See )p.16.
4
Select the type of processing.
Image
Edit Area
Cancel
“Image/Frame/Screen”.
OK
Black
Line
Select an edit tool
Photo
Dot Process
OFF
If you touch [Photo], you will be able to select
from further photo types and dot processes.
Colour button
3
Touch [Process].
Image
Cancel
OK
Black
Image
Frame
Screen
Line
Photo
Standard
Po r t ra i t
G roup
Dot Process
OFF
‹ [Standard]
Select for photos other than [Portrait] and
[Group].
‹ [Portrait]
This setting is for photos of one or two people
from chest up. This type of image processing is
particularly good for printing photos of faces.
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Editing Functions
‹ [Group]
This setting is for group photos that are overexposed. This process is effective for restoring
facial features that have become washed out
by a flash. The Group setting is not for photos
with faces that are overly dark.It may be more
effective to select [Standard] for such photos.
‹ [Dot Process]
You can select from four types. Touch the
Number (or OFF) button.
Display
Number
Halftone dot
size
1
Fine
2
3
4
Slightly Slightly Coarse
fine
coarse
Note:
• Touch [Line] again if you want to cancel photo
processing.
• Touch the “Colour” button if you want to change
the print colour. The colour screen appears.
Select the desired colour.
5
Touch [OK].
If you select a combination other than [Line],
“Standard (Photo) + Dot Process OFF”, the original is scanned again.
The desired action is applied and the main screen
again appears.
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Editing Functions
Framing an Area (Frame)
A frame is drawn around the specified area. Use this function to add a ruled area or ruled lines to an image. There
are 6 types of ruled areas and 2 types of ruled lines.
This function cannot be used with the “Shift” function.
1
Make an area to be edited.
See )p.16.
4
Select the type of frame.
Colour button
2
Touch
“Image/Frame/Screen”.
Image
Frame
Edit Area
Select an edit tool
OFF
Frame
Cancel
Screen
OK
Black
Note:
3
• Touch [OFF] again if you want to cancel frame
processing.
• Touch the “Colour” button if you want to change
the print colour. The colour screen appears.
Select the desired colour.
See “Frame” ()p.47) for details about the
frame types.
Touch [Frame].
Image
Frame
Screen
5
Touch [OK].
The desired action is applied and the main screen
again appears.
Note:
• The area around which the frame has been
placed cannot be shifted. Nor can you add a
frame to a shifted area.
30 Framing an Area (Frame)
Editing Functions
Applying a Screen to an Area (Screen)
The specified area is screened.
This function cannot be used with the “Shift” function.
1
Make an area to be edited.
See )p.16.
4
Select the type of screen pattern.
Colour button
2
Touch
“Image/Frame/Screen”.
Image
Screen
Edit Area
Select an edit tool
OFF
Frame
Cancel
Screen
OK
Black
Note:
3
• Touch [OFF] again if you want to cancel screen
processing.
• Touch the “Colour” button if you want to change
the print colour. The colour screen appears.
Select the desired colour.
See “Screen” ()p.47) for details about the
screen (screen pattern) types.
Touch [Screen].
Image
Frame
Screen
5
Touch [OK].
The desired action is applied and the Editor
screen again appears.
Note:
• The screened area cannot be shifted. Nor can
you add a screen to a shifted area.
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Editing Functions
Reversing the Negative and Positive of an Area
(Reverse)
Reverses the colours of the specified area.
1
Make an area to be edited.
2
Touch
See )p.16.
Edit Area
3
Touch
.
“Reverse”.
Select an edit tool
The desired action is applied and the Editor
screen again appears.
Reverses the image colours.
Note:
• Touch
“Reverse” again to cancel the
reverse processing and to return the image to
its previous state.
32 Reversing the Negative and Positive of an Area (Reverse)
Editing Functions
Erasing Within/Outside of an Editing Area (Erase)
Erases within or outside of the specified area.
or
1
Make an area to be edited.
2
Touch
‹ If you touch [Erase Outside]:
The content outside the area will be erased.
See )p.16.
“Erase”.
Edit Area
Erase Inside
Erase Outside
Select an edit tool
Note:
3
• Touch [Erase Inside] or [Erase Outside]
again to cancel the erase and to return the
image to its previous state.
Touch [Erase Inside] or [Erase Outside].
‹ If you touch [Erase Inside]:
The content within the area will be erased.
Erase Inside
4
Touch
.
The desired action is applied and the main screen
again appears.
Erase Outside
Erasing Within/Outside of an Editing Area (Erase) 33
Editing Functions
Shifting an Image (Image Shift)
Allows you to select and move a specified area of an image.
This function cannot be used with the following functions.
• Frame
• Screen
1
Make an area to be edited.
Note:
See )p.16.
2
Touch
• You can also scroll by using the Print Quantity
Keys on the control panel in place of the scroll
keys.
Edit Area
“Image Shift”.
Select an edit tool
Direction
←
↑
↓
→
Key
4
2
8
6
• Touch
“Image Shift” again to cancel the
image shift and to return the image to its previous state.
4
If the sub tool bar is hidden, touch the “Sub Tool
Bar Display/Fold” button to display.
3
Touch
Left/Right Scroll”.
34 Shifting an Image (Image Shift)
“Up/Down/
Touch
.
The desired action is applied and the main screen
again appears.
Note:
• The areas, on which “Frame" or “Screen" is
specified, cannot be moved. "Frame" or
“Screen" cannot be specified for the moved
area.
Editing Functions
Canceling an Area (Area Cancellation)
Cancels the specified area.
1
Make an area to be edited.
2
Touch
See )p.16.
“Area Cancellation”.
Edit Area
3
Touch
Select an edit tool
.
The area is cancelled and the main screen again
appears.
Canceling an Area (Area Cancellation) 35
Editing Functions
Overlaying an Image [Clip Art]
Overlays a separate stored image like a stamp over the original. You can also the background (white portion) transparent and overlay only the image.
This function is avaiable when optional Document Storage Card DM-128CF is attached.
Important!:
• The diagonal corner method is used to specify the area to overlay.
1
Touch
“Image Overlay”.
3
Select the stored data to overlay.
Storage Selection
Close
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Sorting
2
4
Touch [Clip Art].
Image Overlay
Close
To select from multiple pages of data, retrieve the
page containing the image.
Cancel
Retrieve
Owner:
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Format: A4
Background
Background
P.
36 Overlaying an Image [Clip Art]
116MB(90%)
Confirm the image to overlay, and
touch [Retrieve].
Storage Retrieve
Clip Art
Free Area:
Editing Functions
5
Make an area using the “Diagonal
Corner” tool, then touch
.
7
Touch the location to overlay with an
image.
The image is overlaid on that point.
Area Definition
6
Close
Select the colour and background
features of the image to overlay and
then touch [OK].
Clip Art
Cancel
8
Use
“Up/Down/
Left/Right Scroll” on the sub menu
to adjust the location of the overlaid
image.
OK
Black
1
32
Red
Background:
Transparent
Non-Transparent
‹ Background:
Specifies whether to make the portion underneath the data (the background) to be overlaid
transparent or not.
• [Transparent]
Overlays the background and overlaid portion of the image (both) and prints.
• [Non-Transparent]
The overlaid data is brought to the front and
the data underneath the area is hidden.
Note:
• You can use the “One-Touch Zoom” tool to easily magnify the area section.
9
Touch
.
The image is overlaid and the main screen again
appears.
Note:
• The drum colour currently set for the machine
and the drum colours that have been set up to
that point display on the Clip Art screen.
Overlaying an Image [Clip Art] 37
Editing Functions
Overlaying an Background [Background]
Overlays a separate stored image as a background for the image.
This function is avaiable when optional Document Storage Card DM-128CF is attached.
1
Touch
“Image Overlay”.
3
Select the stored data to overlay.
Storage Selection
Close
P.
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Background
Sorting
2
4
Touch [Background].
Image Overlay
Close
116MB(90%)
To select from multiple pages of data, retrieve the
page containing the image.
Background
Format: A4
Background
select
P.
38 Overlaying an Background [Background]
Free Area:
Confirm the image to overlay, and
touch [Retrieve].
Storage Retrieve
Clip Art
22/11/05
Cancel
Retrieve
Owner:
Date&Time: 22/11/05
Editing Functions
5
Select the colour of the image to
overlay and then touch [OK].
Background
Cancel
OK
Note:
• If you want to change or cancel an already confirmed background location or colour, touch
“Image Overlay” and the Image Overlay
screen appears. Touch [select], then select
and correct the background.
Black
Red
Image Overlay
Clip Art
Close
Background
select
6
Adjust the position of the images by
using
of sub toolbar.
7
Touch
.
Note:
• Use
“Shift” to adjust as needed.
The image is overlaid and the main screen again
appears.
Overlaying an Background [Background] 39
Editing Functions
Exchanging Drums for Multi-Colour Printing
If the “Colour” tool was used to specify two or more colours for the originals, this machine cannot print two or more
colours in a single printing. In such case, to complete printing, repeat printing the same times as the specified colours.
See RISO printer User’s Guide for further details on print operations.
1
Once all editing operations have
been completed, touch
.
3
Set print functions as needed.
Ready to Make Master
Basic
Selections
Functions
P.1/4
Preview
Format: A4
P. 1
Black
Red
P. 2
Blue
P. 3
Bright Red
P. 4
Auto Print:
Black
2
Skip Page
Admin.
Paper
A4
Clear All
Auto Process OFF
READY
Idle
Job
Separation
Info
Sets the functions displayed on the Basic Screen
and Functions Screen.
See the RISO printer User’s Gudie for information
about print functions.
Touch [Print].
Exit Editing
Cancel
Not Save
Save
Exit
Print
The Editor Data Master Making Basic Screen
appears.
See “Printing (Saving)” ()p.21) for information
about saving editing information to storage.
40 Exchanging Drums for Multi-Colour Printing
4
Press the
key.
The first master is made, and a proof copy is
printed.
5
Input the number of copies to print
and press the
key.
The print operation starts.
The first print is done now.
Editing Functions
6
Change Drums.
Check which drum colour is highlighted on the
screen, and set the drum necessary for the next
master.
Ready to Make Master
Basic
Selections
Functions
P.2/4
Preview
Format: A4
Black
P. 1
Red
P. 2
P. 3
Blue
Bright Red
P. 4
Auto Print:
Black
Skip Page
Admin.
Paper
A4
Clear All
Auto Process OFF
READY
Idle
Job
Separation
Info
7
Place the printed paper in the paper
feed tray.
8
Press the
9
Input the number of copies to print
and press the
key.
key.
The creation of the second master is started and a
proof copy is printed.
The print operation starts.
When you print in three or more colours, repeat
the steps 6 to 9.
Exchanging Drums for Multi-Colour Printing 41
Admin/Other
Changing Default Settings [Admin.]
You can change the default settings of the following functions. You can also set and correct changed settings.
Note:
• Default settings are the values restored when the machine is turned OFF or when the
key is pressed.
are the factory settings.
Item Name
Item Content
Description
Print Colours
For colour separation settings, set the basic
print colour. You are able to register up to four
colours that are supposed to be used for
colour printing by exchanging drums.
It is usually recommended that Drum 1 is set
Auto, and the colours you want to switch are
registered for Drums 2 to 4.
Auto
Colour Drum (display changes depending on
usage)
Tool Bar Position
Sets whether to display the tool bar to the left
or right side.
Left Side
Right Side
Sub Tool Bar
Sets whether to fold or display the sub tool
bar.
Fold
Expand
Page Orientation
Sets the page orientation.
As Original
90°Rotation
42 Changing Default Settings [Admin.]
Admin/Other
Customising the Default Settings
Settings may be changed when the machine is not in operation.
Make sure there are no pending or current print jobs.
Note:
• Current settings are displayed on the right of each buttons on the "Admin." screen.
1
Touch [Admin.] on the Basic Screen.
Ready to Make Master
Basic
Page (A4)
Line
Multi-Up
Print
Selections
Functions
Contrast
Size
Admin.
Paper
Auto
D-Feed
Check
Black
Idle
Change settings
The setup method varies depending upon the
function.
Admin.
Auto
All
Print Colours
1 Colour
A4
Display
Tool Bar Position
Left Side
Default
Sub Tool Bar
System
Page Orientation
Editor
READY
4
Info
As Original
Link Mode
Editor
2
Fold
P.
Touch [OK].
Note:
• On the “Admin.” screen, the current setting is
displayed on the right side of each button.
Ready to Make Master
Basic
Selections
Functions
Admin.
‹ When setting “Print Colours”
1) Touch [Print Colours] and then the
Resets current settings
once opened
[Change] or [Add] of the colour separation you want to change displayed on the
“Print Colours” screen.
OK
Close
Print Colours
3
Auto
Touch [Editor].
Admin.
All
DirectAccess Entry
Display
Selections Entry
Default
Display Priority
Mode Screen
System
Mode Key Pattern
Mode Select
Link Mode
Start-Up Screen
Editor
P . 1/11
Logo(RZ)
Change
No Entry
Add
No Entry
Add
No Entry
Add
Note:
• You can change colours you want to use
on .
If [Print Colours] of
,
, or
shows
“No Entry”, touch [Add] to register the
colour you want to use. When you confirm
such entry, [Change] and [Clear] are
shown on the screen.
Changing Default Settings [Admin.] 43
Admin/Other
2) Touch the button of the colour to be used
and touch [OK].
Print Colours
Close
Change
Cancel
Blue
Bright Red
Red
.
Admin.
All
Print Colours
1 Colour
Display
Tool Bar Position
Left Side
Default
Sub Tool Bar
System
Page Orientation
Fold
As Original
Link Mode
P.
Editor
The “Print Colour” screen again appears.
Note:
• The colour of the drum that you have set
on the printer you currently use is shown
on the "Change” and “Add” screen.
3) Touch [Close].
‹ When setting other than above:
The set values change as you touch the function name buttons.
Confirm and set the settings using the button
right side display.
Admin.
All
Print Colours
Display
Tool Bar Position
Default
Sub Tool Bar
System
Page Orientation
Link Mode
Editor
Touch
OK
Black
Medium Blue
5
P.
44 Changing Default Settings [Admin.]
1 Colour
Right Side
Fold
As Original
P.
Returns to the original Basic Screen.
Admin/Other
Tool and Keypad Relationship
Out of the tools shown on the display, some of the “Operation Help Functions” and “Execution Functions” are allocated to the Print Quantity Keys on the control panel (the Print Quantity Keys can be used to execute the same operations normally done by touching a tool with the touch pen).
Print Quantity
Keys
Allocated function
Corresponding operation icon
Change View
Toggles between the Preview/Editing
screens.
Scroll Up
Scrolls in the upward direction.
Page Orientation
Changes the image display to the set
orientation or rotates it by 90 degrees.
Scroll Left
Scrolls in the left direction.
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---
Scroll Right
Scrolls in the right direction.
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---
Scroll Down
Scrolls in the downward direction.
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Confirm
Confirms.
You can turn the guide display on and off.
This function is limited to the Print Quantity
Keys. Turn ON to display an explanation of
the main tool bar currently being displayed on
that screen.
Undo
Goes back one operation (during area input
only).
Display All
Switch between total display and resized
display.
Tool and Keypad Relationship 45
Admin/Other
Print Quantity
Keys
Allocated function
Zoom In
Zooms in.
Zoom Out
Zooms out.
Opens the “Exit Editing” window.
46 Tool and Keypad Relationship
Corresponding operation icon
Admin/Other
Samples of frame and screen designs
Actual size sample of frame and screen designs.
Frame
Frame 1 (Thin Line)
Frame 2 (Thick Line)
Frame 3 (Extra Thick Line) Frame 4 (Fine Dotted Line)
Frame 5 (Rough Dotted
Line)
Frame 6 (Double Line)
Frame 7 (Base Thin Line)
Frame 8 (Base Double
Line)
Screen 1
Screen 2
Screen 3
Screen 4
Screen 5 (Upward
Diagonal Line)
Screen 6 (Downward
Diagonal Line)
Screen 7 (Grid)
Screen 8 (Horizontal Line)
Screen
Samples of frame and screen designs 47
Admin/Other
48 Samples of frame and screen designs
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