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Avision NETDELIVER @V2100 User`s manual
An A3 Network MFP – Copy/Scan/Print
User's Manual
Regulatory model: MT-0904B
Avision Inc.
Safety Information
When using this equipment, the following safety precautions should always be followed.
Safety During Operation
In this manual, the following important symbols are used:
WARNING:
Indicates potentially hazardous situations, which if instructions are not followed, could result in
death or serious injury.
CAUTION:
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if instructions are not followed, may result in
minor or moderate injury or damage to property.
Important:
Indicates operational requirements and restrictions. Please read and follow these instructions
to ensure a proper operation and to avoid damage to the machine.
Note:
Indicates further explanation or clarification.
Reading this is highly recommended.
WARNING:
To avoid hazardous electric shock or fire, do not remove any covers or screws other than those
specified in this manual.
CAUTION:
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To reduce the risk of fire, use only no.26AWG or larger telecommunication line cord.
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Disconnect the power plug by pulling the plug, not the cable.
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Do not touch the metal fingers of the ADF pad module. The edges are sharp and touching
them may result in injury.
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Precautions
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Do not install the equipment near heating or air conditioning units.
Do not install the equipment in a humid or dusty place.
Place the equipment securely on an even, flat surface. Tilted or uneven surfaces may
cause mechanical or paper-feeding problems.
Retain the box and packing materials for shipping purposes.
Notice
Important
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Do not make copies of any item for which copying is prohibited by law.
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Copying the following items are normally prohibited by the local law:
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Bank bills, revenue stamps, bonds, stock certificates, bank drafts, checks, passports,
driver's licenses.
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This machine is equipped with a function that prevents making counterfeit bank bills. Due
to this, images similar to bank bills may not be copied properly.
Copyrights and Trademarks
Ethernet is a registered trademark of Xerox Corporation.
Microsoft, Windows, Windows NT, Windows XP, and Windows Vista are registered trademarks
of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
Other product names used herein are for identification purposes only and may be trademarks
of their respective companies. We disclaim any and all rights to those marks.
Warranty
The information contained in this document(s) is subject to change without notice.
The manufacturer makes no warranty of any kind with regard to this material, including, but
not limited to, the implied warranties of fitness for a particular purpose.
The manufacturer shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for incidental or
consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this material.
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FCC Radio Frequency Interference Statement
This product has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
The FCC Class B limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is
no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment
does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined
by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
Consult your point of purchase or service representative for additional suggestions.
CE Warning
This product satisfies the Class B limits of EN55022, EN55024 and safety requirements of
EN 60950.
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Table of Contents
1.
Getting Started ......................................................... 1
Introduction ............................................................................................. 1
Features ................................................................................................... 1
External View ........................................................................................... 3
Package Contents..................................................................................... 5
The Control Panel ..................................................................................... 6
2.
Installing Your Machine.......................................... 11
Unpacking The Product .......................................................................... 11
Unlocking the Scan Unit ......................................................................... 12
Removing the Tapes of the Toner Cartridge ........................................... 13
Placing The Paper to the Input Trays ..................................................... 16
Connecting to the Network..................................................................... 22
Connecting The Power Cable .................................................................. 23
Turning On The Machine......................................................................... 24
3.
Configuring the Machine ......................................... 25
The Navigation Buttons .......................................................................... 25
Menu Items and Description................................................................... 26
Menus Example 1 – Set Manual Tray Paper Size & Orientation ............... 34
4.
Copying .................................................................. 37
Placing Originals .................................................................................... 37
Paper Orientation ................................................................................... 39
Basic Copy Features ............................................................................... 40
Special Copy Features ............................................................................ 47
5.
Installing the Printer Driver and the Scanner Driver55
System Requirement .............................................................................. 55
Installing the Printer Driver ................................................................... 55
Uninstalling the Printer Driver and the Scanner Driver........................... 57
6.
Accessing the Printer Driver Properties .................. 61
How To Access the Printer Driver Properties .......................................... 61
Using the Printer Preferences Dialog Box............................................... 63
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7.
Net Scan ................................................................. 75
Performing Net Scan ...............................................................................75
To receive your document image from the product memory錯誤! 尚未定義書籤。
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Storage Copy & Print .............................................. 83
Performing Storage Copy ........................................................................83
Performing Storage Print ................................................ 錯誤! 尚未定義書籤。
Performing Security Print ............................................... 錯誤! 尚未定義書籤。
Printing the Storage Job from the Product Memory ................................88
Deleting the Storage Job or Secure one from the Product Memory .........90
Printing the Secure Storage Job from the Product Memory.....................92
9.
Scanning ................................................................. 94
System Requirements .............................................................................94
Operating Steps ......................................................................................94
10. Troubleshooting.................................................... 109
Clearing A Warning or Error Message....................................................109
11. Maintenance ......................................................... 115
Cleaning The Glass................................................................................115
Clearing the ADF Paper Jam..................................................................116
Cleaning the ADF ............................................................ 錯誤! 尚未定義書籤。
Replacing a Toner Cartridge..................................................................118
Replacing a Fuser .................................................................................120
Appendix 124
Scanning From The Button....................................................................124
Using the MFP Settings .........................................................................128
Viewing the Embedded Web page .........................................................136
Installing A Duplex Module(Optional)...................................................139
Installing Tray 2 (Optional) ..................................................................142
Specifications .......................................................................................144
Index ....................................................................................................147
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1. Getting Started
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the Avision 3-in-1 MFP product. This product is Avision’s
latest innovation which integrates scan, copy, and print functions into one unit which
support document up to A3 size.
Best of all, through the network port at the back of the machine, the product is able
to work as a network printer.
Through the LCD screen and easy-to-use control
panel, making copies is easy just as you normally do on a regular copier.
Features
Digital Copying:
With the advanced CIS technology, the product is able to perform outstanding copy
quality to present photo with various shades of gray.
Various Advanced Copy Features
The product is designed with various advanced copy features which includes ID card
copy, auto rotate to match output paper, paper saver to copy multi-page document
onto a single sheet and etc.
Duplex Copying
With an optional duplex unit, the product allows you to perform duplex copies.
Scanning:
When the product is connected to a computer, it can be used as a full scanner to
capture photos or documents into your computer.
Printing:
When the product is connected to a computer through the USB interface, it is able
to scan your document and perform printing through your computer.
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Embedded Web Page:
The product provides a convenient way to view the supplies status of printer
cartridge, scan count, and copy count to help you maintain the product well. By
simply typing the machine's IP address in the URL field of your browser, the
product’s embedded web page will be prompted.
Net Scan:
The product is able to scan and save documents to the built-in memory card and
also allow a user to remotely receive the scanned images via a network utility.
Storage Copy & Print:
The product has a built-in storage memory card. Without wasting paper and places,
a user can save lots of document images to the memory on the product panel or
through the printer driver screen and share them with other users who want to print
specified document images from the product memory to the product printer.
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External View
The Front View
ADF Unit
Control Panel
Output Tray
Manual Input
Tray
Main Input Tray
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The Rear View
USB Port
Power
Receptacle
LAN Port
Tray 1
Tray 2
(Optional)
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Package Contents
Main unit
Software CD (Printer Driver, Scanner
Driver and Button Manager)
Power Cable
USB Cable
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The Control Panel
Part D
Part C
Part B
Part A
Part A:
Allows you to enter a toner saving mode.
Interrupts a current PC-print job and to do a copy job
first.
When the copy is finished, the PC-print job will
continue.
Used for the storage copy ID input.
Stops an operation at any time and lets you exit the
menu.
Starts a copy or scan job.
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Part B:
Book Mode: Copies two specified pages of a book to
two separated pages on the printer output tray.
Auto Rotate: Automatically rotates your document
orientation to match with your output paper.
Auto Size: Automatically rescale your document to
copy the entire contents on your output paper.
None: Uses none of the above functions.
ID Copy: Allows you to copy the front and rear side of
your ID card on one side of paper.
Paper Saver: Allows you to copy 1, 2, or 4 pages of
document into one single sheet of paper.
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Chooses your copy mode.
Mixed: Suitable for most typed originals.
Photo: Suitable when your original contains photos.
Text: Select to sharpen your text.
Choose your copies to be placed in “Sort” (e.g. pages
1,2,3/1,2,3/1,2,3) order, in “Stack” (e.g. pages
1,1,1/2,2,2/3,3,3) order, or in “Rotate Collate” (e.g.
pages 1,2,3/1,2,3 (rotated)/1,2,3/1,2,3
(rotated) )order.
Reduce or enlarge your original.
Lighten or darken your original.
Selects your copy count.
(Pressing the button one time increases one page.)
Selects to load your paper from tray 1, tray
2(optional), or manual tray.
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Part C:
Press to use the Scan function.
Press to use the Copy function.
Error LED: Turns on when any error unrelated to
toner happens.
Toner LED: Turns on when the toner cartridge is
empty or blinks when the remaining toner is lower
than 20% of the full toner capacity.
LCD Screen: Displays messages on the screen to
help you set up and use this product.
Menu Button: Enters Menu Mode.
Scroll Button: Scrolls through the options available
for the selected menu item.
Set Button: Confirms the selection on the display.
Back Button: Returns to the previous level of the
menu.
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Part D:
Numeric pad:
Enters a number or alphabetical characters.
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2. Installing Your Machine
Unpacking The Product
Remove the plastic bag and tapes from the product.
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Unlocking the Scan Unit
The scan unit is locked during transport to protect the scanning mechanism from
being damaged. Be sure to unlock the scan unit by moving the lock switch
to the “Unlock” position before using the machine.
Unlock position
Lock position
Note:
If you need to move the product for repair or any other reason, be sure to
lock the product before moving. To lock the product, please do the
following,
1. Turn off the product.
2. If the scan unit is not located at the front of the flatbed glass, turn on the
product. After the scan unit returns to the front end, turn off the product.
3. Move the lock switch to the “Locked Position”.
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Removing the Tapes of the Toner Cartridge
Important!
When you unpack the machine, a toner cartridge has been included in the printer of
this machine. Yet, you need to remove the tape of the toner cartridge before using
it.
To remove the tape of the toner cartridge,
1. Open the toner cartridge door by pressing the button of the front cover.
Button of
the Front
Cover
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2. Remove the toner cartridge from the machine.
Toner Cartridge
Caution!
To prevent damage to the toner cartridge, do not expose it to light for more than a
few minutes.
3. Remove the tapes on the cartridge as shown.
Tapes
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4. Insert the cartridge back to its place as shown.
Toner Cartridge
5. Close the front cover.
Note:
If toner gets on your clothing or other fabric, wipe off the toner with a dry cloth.
Wash the items in cold water and air dry.
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Placing The Paper to the Input Trays
To insert A4 or Letter-size paper to the main input tray,
1. Fan your paper first.
2. Pull out the main input tray to the end and then lift the input tray to about 30
degrees as indicated to remove the tray from the product.
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3. Slide the paper guide adjusters to fit the desired paper size.
4.
Place the paper in the main input tray.
5.
Adjust the paper-size dial to reflect your actual paper size and orientation in the
main input tray. Note whenever you have changed your paper size or paper
orientation, you have to adjust the paper-size dial at the same time. Otherwise,
the machine can not identify your paper size and orientation.
Paper-Size
Dial
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Note:
The choice of paper size and orientation in the paper-size dial includes A4
Landscape, A4 Portrait, A5 Landscape, A3 Portrait, Letter Landscape, Letter
Portrait, and *.
If your paper size and orientation is not included in the
paper-size dial, move the dial to the “*” selection.
6. Raise the paper tray to about 30 degrees to insert the tray to the product and
then move it to the inside as indicated.
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To insert A3-size paper,
1. Follow step 2 in the preceding section to remove the paper tray.
2. Move the lock switch of the tray to the “Unlock” position.
7. Move the extension to the end.
Extension
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8. Move the lock switch back to the “Lock” position.
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To insert paper to the manual tray,
1. Pull the release button of the front cover. The manual tray will be opened as
indicated.
Release Button
Manual
Tray
2. Pull the tray extension out and slide the paper guide to fit your paper. Insert
the paper to the manual input tray as indicated.
Tray Extension
Paper Guide
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Your Paper
Connecting to the Network
1. Connect one end of your network cable to an available port of your Ethernet
Hub.
2. Connect the other end to the LAN port at the back of the product as shown.
Network
Cable
Optional
Tray 2
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Connecting The Power Cable
1. Make sure the power switch is at the “0” position.
2. Connect the small end of the power cable to the power jack of your product.
3. Connect the other end to an appropriate power outlet.
Power Cable
Optional
Tray 2
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Turning On The Machine
To turn on the product, press the power switch at the bottom toward the "ON"
position.
Note:
When the product is not in use, be sure to move the switch toward the "OFF"
position to get a zero power consumption state.
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3. Configuring the Machine
This product is designed to be ready to use with the default settings.
desired, you can change the settings to meet your specific needs.
default settings, press the “menu” button on the control panel.
information will be displayed.
However, if
To change the
The menu
The information helps you to make various settings
that fit your needs.
The Navigation Buttons
To navigate the menu items, the Set, Left-arrow, Right-arrow, and Back buttons
are provided on the control panel. You can adjust settings (e.g. set the paper size
for Tray 1) or view information (e.g. IP address, firmware version).
Typical steps in using the menus are as follows:
1. Press the Menu button to access the menu.
2. Enter menu mode by pressing either the Set button or the Left-arrow or
Right-arrow button and press the latter two repeatedly until the desired menu
is highlighted in the displayed list.
3. Press the Set button to select this menu.
4. Press the Left-arrow or right-arrow buttons repeatedly until the desired item
is highlighted.
5. Press the Set button to select this item. The LCD shows “Settings OK” on the
bottom line.
6. Press the Stop/Cancel button to leave the menu item.
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Menu Items and Description
Common Setup
* Default Settings
Item
Description
Choice
11.
Language
The language displays
on the LCD panel.
*English, Traditional
Chinese, Simplified
Chinese
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Input Tray
Tray 1
The available paper size
and orientation on the
input tray.
Tray 2
The available paper size
and orientation on the
input tray.
Double Letter (SEF)
A3 (SEF)
Legal (SEF)
Letter (SEF/LEF)
A4 (SEF/*LEF)
A5 (LEF)
B5 (SEF/LEF)
B4 (SEF)
8K (SEF)
16K (SEF/LEF)
Double Letter (SEF)
A3 (SEF)
Legal (SEF)
Letter (SEF/LEF)
A4 (SEF/*LEF)
A5 (LEF)
B5 (SEF/LEF)
B4 (SEF)
8K (SEF)
16K (SEF/LEF)
Double Letter (SEF)
A3 (SEF)
Legal (SEF)
Letter (SEF/LEF)
A4 (SEF/*LEF)
A5 (SEF/LEF)
B5 (SEF/LEF)
B4 (SEF)
PT (SEF) (Postcard)
8K (SEF)
16K (SEF/LEF)
13.
Manual Tray
The available paper size
and orientation on the
manual tray.
Note:
Please note the duplex
module does not work
well with small size such
as postcard, or
passport. Please copy
one side at a time.
Sleep Mode
Choose how long to
enter the energy saving
mode after your last
action.
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5Min, *15Min, 30Min,
1Hr, 2Hr, 4Hr
Note:
Max scan area for flatbed: A3. Max. scan area for flatbed is A3. DLT (Double Letter)
is not available. If you wish to scan an A3 size document, place the paper in the
ADF.
14.
Output Mode
Choose Duplex if a
duplex (two-sided) copy
is required and a Duplex
unit is installed.
*Simplex, Duplex
15.
Duplex Setting
Choose the orientation
of your duplex printing.
*Booklet, Calendar
Booklet
Calendar
16. Backup
Choose ON to enable
Backup to automatically
save the printing or
copying job to a
connected computer.
17.
Recalibration
Choose to perform
calibration if the
scanned image is not
satisfactory.
18.
Default Mode
Choose the default
operation mode.
*Copy Mode, Scan Mode
19.
Information
Choose the view system
information.
System Version, S/N
110. Reset Default
Press to return to
factory default settings.
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ON, *OFF
Copy Setup
* Default Setting
Item
Description
Choice
21.
Mode
Choose your copy mode
to enhance text or
photo.
*Text, Photo, Mixed
22.
Density
Choose to lighten or
darken your original.
Level 1~6 (*4)
Choose ON to place
your copies in sort (e.g.
pages
1,2,3/1,2,3/1,2,3)
orders or OFF in stack
(e.g. pages
1,1,1/2,2,2/3,3,3)
orders.
Note:
1. When Rotate Collate
is selected, you need to
specify the same paper
size in tray 1 and
manual tray.
2. Tray 2 can not be
selected when Rotate
Collate is used.
*OFF, ON, Rotate Collate
Choose to remove
background to sharpen
your text.
Note:
To use this feature, you
need to set your copy
mode (Text, Mixed, or
Photo) on the control
panel first.
Text (OFF, *ON),
Mixed (OFF, *ON)
23. Collate
24. BG Removal
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Collate
Rotate Collate
25. Zoom
Choose to rescale your
document.
Full Page:
Automatically reduce
your document to copy
the entire page on the
output paper.
Source to Target:
A conveniently way to
zoom your original to
match your paper size
in the input tray.
Source means the paper
size of your original.
Choice: DLT, PT, LT, A5,
B5, A4, B4, LG, A3, 8K,
16K, LG.
Target which means
your current paper size
of your input tray will
be automatically shown
if you have previously
set.
*100%, Full Page, Source to
Target,
Custom(25~400):100%
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Choose to rescale and
combine your document
in 2-Up (copy 2 pages
in a single sheet) or
4-Up (copy 4 pages in a
single sheet).
*None, 2-Up, 4-Up, ID Card
Paper Saver
2-Up
ID Card: Copy the
front and rear side of
your card in the same
side of a single sheet.
4-Up
ID Card
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27.
Choose to add
watermark on your
document. To use this
function, you need to
install Button Manager
which is included in the
printer driver in the
supplied CD and
connect a computer to
this machine. (See
Appendix)
*OFF, ON
28. Special Fn
Auto Size:
Choose to automatically
rescale your original to
fit the output paper.
Auto Rotate:
Choose to automatically
rotate your document
orientation to fit the
output paper.
Book Mode:
Choose Book Mode to
delete the bookspine
area to improve the
copy quality. (See also
Book Margin)
*None, Auto Size, Auto
Rotate, Book Mode
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Choose to make copy in
a toner saving mode.
*OFF/ON
Set the book margin to
be deleted to avoid the
shadow at the
bookspine area. For
example, if you set
18mm, a total of 36
mm (right 18mm, left
15mm) will be cut.
0mm, 3mm, 6mm, 9mm,
12mm, 15mm, 18mm
210.
Watermark
Toner Save
Book Margin
18 mm 18mm
Bookspine margin
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Report
Item
Description
31.
Configuration
Choose to print the configuration of this machine.
32.
Menu Map
Choose to print all the menu items and their choices
in the LCD screen.
33. Usage Report
Choose to print the usage report including scan count,
copy count and cartridge information.
34.
Choose to print the storage report
Storage List
Network
If this machine needs to serve as a network printer, you need to assign an IP
address for the machine on the network.
* Default setting
Item
Description
Choice
41. Enable
Choose to enable or
disable network.
OFF, *ON
DHCP
Choose to use DHCP or
assign a static IP.
*ON, OFF
Host Name
Enter your host name (this machine’s name).
42. TCP/IP
Static IP
IP Address
Enter the IP address of this machine.
Subnet Mask
Enter the subnet mask.
Gateway
Enter the gateway IP.
WINS Server
Primary
Enter the primary IP address of your WINS server.
Secondary
Enter the secondary IP address of your WINS server.
DNS Server
Primary
Enter the primary IP address of your WINS server.
Secondary
Enter the secondary IP address of your WINS server.
IP Infor.
IP Address
Press to check the IP address of this machine.
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Note:
1. DHCP server: With DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol), a host can
automatically be given a unique IP address each time it connects to a
network--making IP address management an easier task for network
administrators. If the DHCP server is available from your network, you do not
need to enter TCP/IP, subnet mask, gateway, and DNS information. Instead,
this information will be automatically given for the product.
2. IP Address: An IP (Internet Protocol) address uniquely identifies a host
connection to an IP network. System administrator or network designer
assigns the IP address. The IP address consists of two parts, one identifying
the network and the one identifying your node. The IP address is usually
written as four numbers separated by periods. Each number can be zero to
255.
For example, 10.1.30.186 could be an IP address.
3. WINS server:
Windows Internet Name Service (WINS) servers dynamically
map IP addresses to computer names (NetBIOS names). This allows users to
access resources by computer name instead of by IP address. If you want this
computer to keep track of the names and IP addresses of other computers in
your network, configure this computer as a WINS server.
4. DNS: Stands for Domain Name System. The DNS server identifies hosts via
names instead of IP addresses. If the DNS server is available on your network,
you can enter the domain name instead of digits for the IP address.
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Storage Job
Item
Description
Choice
51.
Job Print
Print the specified
storage job
Input ID
Search ID
52.
Job Delete
Delete the specified
storage job
Input ID
Search ID
Description
Choice
Net Scan Set
Item
61. Parameter 1/62. Parameter 2/63. Parameter 3
Mode
Preset color settings for
scanning job.
B&W
Gray
Color
Resolution
Preset resolution for
scanning job.
150 DPI
300 DPI
Scan Area
Preset scan area for
scanning job.
A3, 8K, B4, A4, B5,A5,
16K, PT, LG, LT, DLT,
Auto for ADF
File Format
Preset file format for
scanning job.
JPEG (No B&W)
PDF
PDF-M
PDF-MDuplex
Sharpness
64. Time Out Set
Preset sharpness for
scanning job.
None
Light
More
Heavy
Extra Heavy
After time out, the
scanned images in the
memory will be deleted
automatically.
15 min
30 min
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Menus Example 1 – Set Manual Tray Paper Size &
Orientation
1.
Press the Menu button on the control panel. The LCD screen shows the
following Menu screen.
Menu/to select
Press WX, Num
2.
Press the Set button, the Left-arrow or the Right-arrow button. The LCD
screen shows “1. Common Setup”.
1. Common Setup
Press WX, Set
3.
Press the Set button. The LCD screen shows “11. Language”.
11. Language
Press WX, Set
4.
Press the Left-arrow or the Right-arrow button.
Input Tray ” on the display.
The LCD screen shows “12.
12. Input Tray
Press WX, Set
5.
Press the Set button and then press the Left-arrow or the Right-arrow button
until “Manual Tray” appears on the display.
Manual Tray
Press WX, Set
6.
Press the Set button. The LCD screen shows the following paper size.
Paper: A3
Press WX, Set
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7.
Press the Left-arrow or the Right-arrow button repeatedly until your desired
paper size appears on the display, for example, PT(Postcard) SEF (Short Edge
First).
Paper: PT
Press WX, Set
8.
Press the Set button to confirm the selection. If successful, the LCD screens
will display the “Setting OK” message.
Paper: PT
Setting OK
9.
Press the Stop/Cancel button to leave the menu screen and enter the
operation mode.
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Menus Example 2 – Print A Usage Report
1.
Press the Menu button on the control panel. The LCD screen shows the
following Menu screen.
Menu/to select
Press WX, Num
2.
Press the Set button, the Left-arrow or the Right-arrow button. The LCD
screen shows “1. Common Setup”.
1. Common Setup
Press WX, Set
3.
Press the Left-arrow or the Right-arrow button repeatedly until “3. Report ”
appears on the display.
3. Report
Press WX, Set
4.
Press the Set button and then press the Right-arrow or Left-arrow button until
“33. Usage report” appears on the LCD screen.
33. Usage Report
Press WX, Set
5.
Press the Set button. The Usage Report page will be automatically printed out.
6.
Press the Stop/Clear button to leave the menu screen and enter the operation
mode.
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4. Copying
Placing Originals
To place your original on the flatbed glass,
1. Open the ADF document cover.
2.
Place the original document with text FACE DOWN on the flatbed glass
and align it with the upper-left corner as indicated.
Document
Cover
Upper-left
corner
Text FACE
DOWN
3. Close the ADF document cover.
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To place your original into the ADF input tray,
1.
Put the top end of the original media stack into the ADF input tray, with the
media stack FACE UP and the first page to be copied on top of the stack.
2.
Adjust the media guides to the document size.
Note:
If the ADF input tray is empty, the product considers the scan source is
flatbed glass. If the ADF input tray is not empty, the product considers the
scan source is ADF input tray.
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Paper Orientation
Place your A4 or LTR paper vertically on the glass with the text facing down and
align it with the A4 or LTR marks.
Document
Glass
If your paper is larger than LTR or A4, for example, LGL or A3, place your paper
horizontally with text facing down and align it with the LGL or A3 marks.
Document
Glass
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Basic Copy Features
Increasing Your Copy Count
To increase your copy count,
1.
2.
Place your document either on the flatbed glass or into the ADF input tray.
Press the Copy Count button.
The display shows your copy count to be 2.
To increase more count, press the Copy Count button repeatedly until you
desired copy count appears on the LCD display.
Default is 1.
Or
Enter the number of copies by the number keys on the Number Pad.
either way, the number will be displayed on the LCD screen.
100%
„„„………
3.
A4 Copy Count
2
Press the green Start button. Copy is starting.
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In
Adjusting Density
To adjust density,
1. Place your document either on the flatbed glass or into the ADF input tray.
2. Press the Density button repeatedly until your desired density level
appears on the LCD display. (Default is level 3.)
100%
„„„„……
3.
A4 1
Press the green Start button. Copy is starting.
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Changing Your Copy Mode
To change your copy mode,
1.
2.
Place your document either on the flatbed glass or into the ADF input tray.
Press the Copy Mode button.
The selected Copy Mode LED will be lit.
Press the Copy Mode button repeatedly until your desired mode LED is lit.
Default is Mixed mode.
3.
Press the green Start button. Copy is starting.
Type of copy mode:
• Mixed: Used for documents mixing with text and graphics. To copy inside
pages of a book or magazine, it is recommended to use Mixed mode
since a “descreen” function to eliminate the moire patterns commonly
found in printed matter is added.
• Photo: Used for the original containing pictures or photographs.
• Text: Used for documents containing mostly text.
Text Mode
Photo Mode
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Mixed Mode
Collating Your Copies
To collate your copies,
1. Place your document either on the flatbed glass or into the ADF input tray.
2. Press the Collate button. Default is stack type (e.g. pages 1/1/1, 2/2/2,
3/3/3). The sort type (e.g. pages 1/2/3, 1/2/3, 1/2/3) LED will be lit.
3. Press the green Start button. Copy is starting.
Sort Type
Stack Type
Rescaling Your Copies
To reduce or enlarge your original,
1. Place your document either on the flatbed glass or into the ADF input tray.
2. Press the Zoom button repeatedly until your desired zoom ratio is displayed.
Default is 100%.
Zoom ratio: 25%~400%.
Full Page
A4 „„„………
1
3. Press the green Start button. Copy is starting.
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Combining Your Document
To place the original on the scanner flatbed glass,
1. Place your document on the glass. If your original is an ID card, align your
ID card with the ID Card mark.
2. Press the Paper Saver button until the desired paper saver LED is lit. For
example, ID Copy, 2-Up (2-in-1) or 4-Up (4-in-1).
3. When the 1st page is scanned, the screen shows the following message.
Next page: 1
Finish: 2
4. Open document cover. Remove 1st page and insert 2nd page on the
document flatbed glass or turn the other side of the ID Card on the flatbed
glass. Press 1
(Note: The delay time is 30 seconds.
If you have not
inserted 2nd page and press the Start button, this machine automatically
starts scanning.)
5. Press 2. Copy is done.
2-Up
If you are using 4-UP, repeat step 4 and 5.
4-Up
ID Card Copy
Note:
Making ID card copy using the duplex module may easily cause paperjam. It is
recommended to make ID card copy in simplex mode.
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To place the original in the ADF input tray,
1. Place your document in the ADF input tray.
2. Press the Paper Saver button until the desired paper saver LED is lit. For
example, 2-Up (2-in-1) or 4-Up (4-in-1).
3. Press the green Start button. Copy is starting.
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Selecting Paper Tray
In normal operation, you do not need to select paper tray. Paper will be copied
from the default tray. However, if you wish to use another tray, for example,
the manual tray, you can select the paper tray on the control panel.
To select paper tray,
1. Place your document either on the flatbed glass or into the ADF input tray.
2. Press the Input Tray button repeatedly until your desired tray location LED
is lit.
Default is tray 1.
3. Press the green Start button. Copy is starting.
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Special Copy Features
Using the Book Mode
This mode enables you to copy the facing pages in a book or a magazine to
separate sheets of paper.
To copy facing pages in a book,
1.
Press the Special Fn. button repeatedly until the Book Mode LED is lit.
(Default is None.)
2.
Place your facing pages FACE DOWN on the flatbed glass and align the
bookspine with the bookmark in the center as illustrated.
Book Margin (e.g. 6mm)
3.
Select the bookspine margin you would like to cut by pressing the Menu
button and select Copy Setup>Book Margin and choose your ideal
margin from a selection of 0mm, 3mm, 6mm, 9mm, 12mm, 15mm,
18mm.
Default is 18mm.
Selecting 6mm means a total of 12mm (right
6mm, left 6mm) will be cut on the bookspine area to avoid a possible
shadow.
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4.
2. Copy Setup
210. Book Margin
Press WX, Set
Press WX, Set
Press green Start button.
The right page is copied first, and the left page
next.
5.
If you wish to continue making copies, simply turn next page and press
the Start button to perform next copying.
be saved in 30 seconds.
(Note the selected setting will
If you have no further action in 30 seconds, all
settings return to default. )
Original
Book Mode (two separate pages)
Note:
When using Book Mode, you can not specify the paper size in the input paper
tray to be larger than A4 or Letter such as Legal, Double Letter, B4, 8K, or A3.
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Using Auto Size
This feature allows you to automatically reduce or enlarge your original to fit the
output paper from the printer.
To use auto size,
1 Place your document either on the flatbed glass or into the ADF input tray.
2 Press the Special Fn. button repeatedly until the Auto Size LED is lit.
(Default is None.)
3 Press the green Start button. The copy is starting and your original is
rescaled.
Note:
When using Auto Size, only four types of paper sizes such as A4, A4, Letter,
Letter, Legal, and A3 can be detected.
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Using Auto Rotate
This feature allows you to automatically rotate the orientation of your original to
fit the output paper of the printer.
To use auto size,
1
2
Place your document either on the flatbed glass or into the ADF input tray.
Press the Special Fn. button repeatedly until the Auto Size LED is lit.
(Default is None.)
3
Press the green Start button. The copy is starting.
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Using Duplex Mode and Select Binding Orientation
To use duplex mode, you need to purchase and install a duplex module first.
To use duplex mode and select binding orientation,
1
Place your document either on the flatbed glass or into the ADF input tray..
2
Press the Menu button on the control panel. The LCD screen shows the
following Menu screen.
Menu/to select
Press WX, Num
3
Press the Set, the Left-arrow or the Right-arrow button.
“1. Common Setup”.
The LCD shows
1. Common Setup
Press WX, Set
4
Press the Set button and then the Left-arrow or the Right-arrow button
repeatedly until “14. Output Mode” is displayed.
14. Output Mode
Press WX, Set
5
Press the Set button and then the Left-arrow or the Right-arrow button
until Duplex is displayed.
Duplex
Press WX, Set
6
Press the Set button to choose the selection.
shows “Setting OK”.
If successfully, the LCD
Duplex
Setting OK
7
Press the Back button and then the Right-arrow or the Left-arrow button
repeatedly until “Duplex Setting” is displayed.
15. Duplex Setting
Press WX, Set
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8
Press the Set button and then the Right-arrow or the Left-arrow button
repeatedly until your desired binding orientation is displayed. For example,
Booklet.
Booklet
Press WX, Set
9
Press the Set button. If successfully, the LCD shows “Setting OK”.
Booklet
Setting OK
10 Press the Stop/Clear button to leave the menu screen and enter the
operation mode.
11 Press the green Start button. The copy is starting.
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Using Background Removal
1.
Place your document either on the flatbed glass or into the ADF input tray.
2.
Press the Menu button on the control panel. The LCD screen shows the
following Menu screen.
Menu/to select
Press WX, Num
3.
Press the Set, the Left-arrow or the Right-arrow button. The LCD shows
“1. Common Setup”.
1. Common Setup
Press WX, Set
4.
Press the Left-arrow or the Right-arrow button repeatedly until “Copy
Setup” is displayed.
14. Output Mode
Press WX, Set
5.
Press the Set button and then the Left-arrow or the Right-arrow button
until “24. BG Removal” is displayed.
24. BG Removal
Press WX, Set
6.
Press the Set button and then the Left-arrow or the Right-arrow button
until “Text Mode” is displayed.
Text Mode
Press WX, Set
7.
Press the Set button and then Left-arrow or the Right-arrow button until
“ON” is displayed.
ON
Press WX, Set
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8.
Press the Set button to confirm the selection.
displays “Setting OK”.
If successfully, the LCD
ON
Setting OK
9.
Press the green Start button. The copy is starting and the background
color of your original is removed.
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5. Installing the Printer Driver
and the Scanner Driver
If you wish to use the printing and the scan function, you need to install the
printer driver and also the scanner driver.
is included in the supplied CD-ROM.
The printer driver and scanner driver
Please follow these steps to complete the
installation.
System Requirement
Windows 98/Windows Me/Windows XP/Windows 2003/Windows Vista
Installing the Printer Driver
When the MFP is connected to a Computer With a USB Cable,
1. Insert the supplied CD into your CD-ROM drive. The installation menu
appears, as shown below.
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2. Click “Install Scanner Driver and Printer Driver” to install scanner driver,
printer driver, and Button Manager in one step.
3. When you finish the installation, connect a USB cable to your product:
a.
Connect one end of the USB cable to your computer.
b.
Connect the other end to the USB port of your product.
USB Port
USB Cable
4. Since the product contains two USB devices, one is scanner and the other is
the printer, the computer will prompt the “Found New Hardware” twice to
identify the two USB devices. When the following “Found New Hardware”
screen appears,click Next and follow the on-screen instruction to complete
the installation.
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5. When the other “Found New Hardware” screen appears,click Next and
follow the on-screen instruction to complete the installation.
Uninstalling the Printer Driver and the Scanner Driver
1.
Make sure your USB cable is connected to your product.
2.
From the “Start” menu, select “All Programs”, the product model, and then
“uninstall Driver”.
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When the MFP is connected to a Computer via A Network Cable,
1.
Insert the supplied CD into your CD-ROM drive. The installation menu
appears, as shown below.
2.
Click “Install Scanner Driver and Printer Driver” to install scanner
driver, printer driver, and Button Manager in one step.
3.
Open the Printers and Faxes window or Printers window.
4.
Click Add a printer.
This will start the Add Printer Wizard, and then click Next.
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5.
Click Local printer attached to this computer or Local printer, clear
the Automatically detect and install my Plug and Play printer
check box, and then click Next.
6.
Click Create a new port, and then select Standard TCP/IP Port in
"Type of port".
7.
Click Next to run the Add Standard TCP/IP Printer Port Wizard.
8.
Enter the scanner's IP address, and then click Next.
For example, 10.1.21.34.
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9.
Choose Avision from the Manufacturer list and AM7100N printer from the
Printers list and click Next and follow the on-screen instructions to
complete the driver installation.
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6. Accessing the Printer Driver
Properties
How To Access the Printer Driver Properties
1. Click Start on the system tray and choose Printers and Faxes.
2. Right-click the product’s printer name and choose Preferences.
3. The product’s Printer Properties window appears.
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4. Choose Printing Properties to prompt the following printer preferences
dialog box.
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Using the Printer Preferences Dialog Box
The Printing Preferences dialog box contains the Basic tab, the Paper tab, the
Layout tab, the Watermark tab, and the Duplex tab. The contents of each
tab will be explained in the following sections.
The Basic Tab
Orientation
Choose your orientation. Choice: Portrait, Landscape
Portrait
Landscape
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Copies
Choose the number of copies to be printed. You can enter up to 999.
Collate:
Click to print your document in the page order such as
1/1/1, 2/2/2, 3/3/3.
N to 1:
Click to reverse the printing order of your document.
As a result, the last page of your document will be
printed first and vice versa.
N to 1 (with Collate)
N to 1 (without collate)
Effect
Quality Mode:
If the picture in your document does not print
clearly, click Quality Mode to improve its
quality.
Density:
Click to lighten or darken your document.
Density level (1~7). Default: 4 (normal)
Toner Save:
Allows you to print your document using the
toner saving mode.
Invert:
Reverses the brightness and the color of the
image.
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The Paper Tab
Paper
Original Size:
Choose the size of paper loaded in the designated
tray.
Choice: 8K, 16K, A3, B5, A5, Legal, B4, A4,
Letter, Postcard
Tray:
Choose your desired paper tray.
Choice: Auto, Manual Tray, Main Tray, Tray 2
Auto means automatically select the paper tray
which matches the paper size of your document.
Media Type:
Choose your media type.
Choice: Plain Paper, Thick Paper, Transparency
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The Layout Tab
N-up
N-up:
Choose number of pages to be printed on a single
sheet of paper.
Choice: Off, 2-up(2-in-1), 4-up(4-in-1),
9-up(9-in-1), 16-up(16-in-1)
Border:
Choose if you wish to add border for your document.
Choice: None, Border Line, Dashed Line
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N-up
Style:
Choose the style you want when printing multi-page
document on a single sheet.
Choice: Horz. Ascending, Horz. Descending,
Vert. Ascending, Vert. Descending
Horz. Ascending
Horiz. Descending
Vert. Ascending
Vert. Descending
Output Paper Size
User Define
Scale
You can reduce or enlarge your printed image using
the Slider Bar. Scaling rate: 25%~400%
Fit to Paper
Output the full page of the selected original including
the four margins.
Center
Print your image in the center of the output paper.
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The Watermark Tab
The Watermark tab allows you to add some text or image (such as
CONFIDENTIAL, IMPORTANT, DRAFT, etc) for your document.
First Page only
Click to print watermark only on the first page
only. Clear the check box will print watermark on
all pages.
Text
Check and click New/Add to add new text. Click
the Edit button to change or the Remove button
to delete.
Image
Check and click New/Add to add image. Click the
Edit button to change or the Remove button to
delete. You can choose your image in file format
such as BMP, TIFF, or JPEG.
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The Duplex Tab
Duplex
To print two sides (duplex) of the paper, be sure a duplex unit is installed first.
This feature does not support network printing.
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Duplex Booklet
Choose to automatically print two sides of
paper in booklet style.
Duplex Calendar
Choose to automatically print two sides of
paper in calendar style.
Manual Duplex
Choose to manually print both sides of the
paper.
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Printing both sides of the page (duplex)
To print both sides of the page,
1.
2.
Specify your paper orientation in the Basic tab, for example, Portrait.
Specify your paper size and input tray in the Paper tab, for example, A4,
and Tray 1.
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3. Specify your input tray, paper size and orientation on the LCD panel.
a. Press the Menu button on the control panel. The LCD screen shows the
following Menu screen.
Menu/to select
Press WX, Num
b. Press the Set button, the Left-arrow or the Right-arrow button. The LCD
screen shows “1. Common Setup”.
1. Common Setup
Press WX, Set
c. Press the Set button. The LCD screen shows “11. Language”.
11. Language
Press WX, Set
d. Press the Left-arrow or the Right-arrow button. The LCD screen shows
“12. Input Tray ” on the display.
12. Input Tray
Press WX, Set
e. Press the Set button and then press the Left-arrow or the Right-arrow
button until your desired tray (for example, tray 1) appears on the
display.
Tray 1
Press WX, Set
f.
Press the Set button.
display.
The LCD screen shows “Paper A3 ” on the
Paper: A3
Press WX, Set
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g. Press the Left-arrow or the Right-arrow button repeatedly until your
desired paper size and orientation (for example, A4 ) appears on the
display.
Paper: A4
Press WX, Set
h.
Press the Set button to confirm the selection.
If successful, “Tray 1 OK”
appears on the display.
4. Click OK on the Printer dialog box to start printing.
5. In a second, the odd-numbered pages for side 1 will be printed first, for
example, page 2, page 4, and etc.)
6. Gather the printed page and check the following things:
a.
Reload the pages to tray 1 with the printed side UP. (Reload the
pages to manual tray with the printed side DOWN.)
Manual Tray: Please make the
printed side face DOWN.
Tray 1:
Please make the printed
side face UP.
b.
The top of the page enters the tray first.
7. Click Continue on the Manual Duplex dialog box on the computer to print
side two.
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The Security Print Tab
Please refer to the two sections (Performing Storage Print & Performing Security
Print) of Chapter 7.
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7. Using the Net Scan Function
The product allows you to scan and save the scanned images to the product’s
memory. By installing the advanced NetScan program, users on the network are
able to access the scanned images from the product.
Configuring the Scan Parameters
Before you start scanning and sending your document to the product memory,
you need to first configure at least a set of scan parameter that contains image
mode, resolution, scan area, file format, and level of sharpness for your scanned
image.
To set up your scan parameters,
1.
Press the Menu button.
2.
Press the Right-arrow or the Left-arrow button until “ 6. Net Scan Set ”
appears on the display.
3.
Press Set.
4.
Select one of parameter items (Parameter 1 ~3) by using the Right-arrow
or the Left-arrow button and then pressing Set.
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5.
Respectively press Set and select your desired Image Mode, Resolution,
Scan Area, File Format, and Sharpness by using the Right-arrow or the
Left-arrow button, and then press Set.
Configuration of Scan Parameters
Item
Description
Choice
Mode
Choose your desired
image mode.
B&W, Gray, Color
Resolution
Choose your desired
resolution.
150 dpi, 300 dpi
Scan Area
Choose your desired
scan area.
A3, 8K, B4, A4, B5,A5,
16K, PT, LG, LT, DLT,
Auto for ADF
File Format
Choose your desired file
format.
JPEG (No B&W)
PDF
PDF-M
PDF-MDuplex(for ADF only)
Sharpness
Choose the level of
sharpness.
None, Light, More,
Heavy, Extra Heavy
N
Note:
z JPEG file format supports only Gray or Color Mode.
z PDF file format allows you to save an image in a single file.
z PDF-M file format allows you to save your multi-page images in a single
file.
z PDF-MDuplex file format allows you to save your multi-page image in a
single file. When scanning duplex pages through the ADF, you need to
select PDF-M(Duplex) file format.
z Auto for ADF: Automatically detect paper size and orientation of the
paper placed in ADF.
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Scanning and Sharing Your Document
To scan and send your document to the product’s memory,
1. Place your document either on the flatbed glass or into the ADF input tray.
2. Press the SCAN button on the control panel to use the scan mode.
3. Press the Right-arrow or the Left-arrow buttons until Net Scan appears. The
LCD screen shows the following screen.
Net Scan
Press W X, Start
4. Press the Start button, and then the display asks you to input an ID number.
For example, input your ID number, 123 by the Numeric pad.
ID:123
Press Num, Set
5. Press the Set button. The LCD screen shows the following display.
Scan: Parameter 3
Press W X, Start
If the ID number has already existed in the product memory, the LCD screen
will return to the previous screen to enter another ID number.
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6. Press the Right-arrow or the Left-arrow button repeatedly until your desired
parameter number is displayed.
7. Press the Start button.
8. If you place one page of your documents on the flatbed glass, the LCD
screen shows the following display after the product finishes scanning this
page.
Next Page:1
To Finish: 2
Remove the page and place the next page on the flatbed glass, and then
press 1 to continue to scan the next page or press 2 to finish your scan.
(Your scanned images will be sent to the product’s memory.)
Or
If you place your document into the ADF input tray, all of documents in the
ADF input tray will be automatically saved to the product memory.
Note:
z
Valid ID: Up to 10 digits or English uppercase characters can be entered.
z
If you scan multi-page documents from the ADF and choose
PDF-MDuplex as your file format, the product will first scan all the odd
pages and then the screen will instruct you to put paper in the ADF.
Collect your scanned documents and reload them to the ADF. The
product will scan all the even pages and then your double-side
documents are scanned and saved.
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Setting the timeout period to delete an ID job
To set the timeout period to delete an ID job,
1. Press the Menu button.
2. Press the Right-arrow or the Left-arrow button until “ 6. Net Scan Set ”
appears on the display.
3. Press Set.
4. Select 64. Time Out Set by using the Right-arrow or the Left-arrow button
and then press Set.
5. Select your desired time out value by using the Right-arrow or the Left-arrow
button, and then press Set. After the timeout period, your ID job will be
automatically deleted.
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Installing the NetScan Program
To Install the NetScan Program,
The NetScan Program is included in the product’s printer driver.Insert the CD to
the CD-Rom drive of your computer and follow the on-screen instructions to
complete the installation.
Accessing the Scanned Image From the Product
To access the Scanned Image From the Product,
1. Connect the product to your local network environment via your network
cable. (Make sure your PC and the product are in the same domain in your
local network environment.)
2. Open the NetScan application from your computer by selecting Start -> All
Programs -> AM7100N -> NetScan. Or click the NetScan shortcut on
your desktop. The NetScan application screen is shown below:
3. Type your Job ID in the Input ID field.
4. Specify the location to save the scanned document on your computer.
(a) Input your path by clicking the Browse button.
(b) Choose one of folder name settings from the Folder Name
dropdown list.
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Folder Name
Description
No
There is no new folder added.
File Format
A new folder will be added by the name of
file format. For example, if your image file
format is PDF, the added folder name will
be PDF.
Date
The new added folder name will be the date
when you save the image from the product
memory to your PC.
For example, 20090713, where 2009
means the year, 07 means the month, and
13 means the date.
Date + Time
The new added folder name will be the date
+ time when you save the image from the
product memory to your PC.
For example, 20090713-112236962,
where 2009 means the year, 07 means the
month, 13 means the date, 11 means the
hour, 22 means the minute, 36 means the
second, and 962 means the min second.
(c) Specify your file name prefix in the File Option of Prefix Name.
(d) Choose one of the file name suffix from the dropdown list.
Item
Description
Serial Number
The file name suffix is named by serial
number.
The default serial number is 1.
Date
The file name suffix is named by the date
when you save the image from the product
memory to your PC.
Time
The file name suffix is named by the time
when you save the image from the product
memory to your PC.
Date + Time
The file name suffix is named by the date +
time when you save the image from the
product memory to your PC.
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5. Click the Start Search button. The Search Result box will show all image
information whose job name is the ID number you have entered.
6. Choose the images and click the Download button.
The images will be downloaded to your computer, and then automatically
deleted from the product’s memory.
Note:
z
If the network is disconnected during downloading an ID job, the ID job
that has not completely downloaded will not be deleted. Try to download
it again before the time-out period.
z
You can use only one computer to access the images from the product
at one time. If more than one computer tries to access the images from
the product simultaneously, the computer connecting to the product
later is required to wait until the PC connecting to the product earlier
finishes accessing the files.
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8. Using Storage Copy & Print
Function
With the built-in memory, the product allows you to save your copy and print job
temporarily and let you copy or print your document at a later time.
You can perform the following three storage functions:
z
Storage Copy: Storage Copy lets you scan your document first and then
save the scanned images in the product. Access the scanned images and
make copy of these images from the product later.
z
Storage Print: Storage Print lets you save your print job via the printer
driver first and then execute the printing of the job from the product later.
z
Security Print: Security Print provides security of your document by
creating a password to the file.
Saving Your Copy Job
To temporarily save your copy job,
1. Place your document either on the flatbed glass or into the ADF input tray.
2. Press Program button on the control panel. The LCD screen shows the
following display. (Make sure to set up all desired copy functions before
pressing the Program button.)
ID:
Press Num, Start
3. Input your ID number in the field of ID by the numeric pad on the control
panel.
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4. Press the Start button to start scanning your document.
Press 1 to append the current ID job content to the same ID job in the
product memory.
Or
Press 2 to return to the previous screen for inputting another ID number.
5. If you place your document on the flatbed glass, the LCD screen shows the
following Screen after the product finishes scanning this page.
Next Page:1
To Finish: 2
Press 1 to continue to scan the next page or press 2 to finish your scan.
(Your document will be scanned and saved to the product’s memory.)
Or
If you place your document into the ADF input tray, all of documents in the
ADF will be saved to the product memory.
Note:
z
Valid ID:
Up to 10 digits or characters can be entered.
Valid characters: Only English characters or digits are allowed to enter.
z
If the ID entered is repeated in the product memory, the product can
also allow you to append the current ID job content to the same ID job
in the product memory.
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Saving Your Print Job
To temporarily save your print job,
1. Open your file and select the Print command from your application software.
2. Select the AM7100N printer as your printer name.
3. Access the AM7100N printer driver properties and then click the Security tab,
as shown below:
4. Check Security Print box, and then select Storage Print and OK.
5. Execute the print command button in your application software, and then
your PC shows the following screen.
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6. Input your desired ID number in the field of ID (1~10). For example, 123.
And then click OK button.
(Your document image has been sent to the product’s memory from your PC.)
Setting Security for Your File
1. Open your file.
2. Choose Print from the File menu.
3. Select the AM7100N printer as your printer name.
4. Access the AM7100N printer driver properties and then click the Security tab,
as shown below:
5. Check Security Print, and select Security Print and the OK button.
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6. Execute the print command button in your application software, and then
your PC shows the following screen.
7. Type your desired ID number in the ID (1~10) field. For example, 789.
8. Type your password in the Password (1~8) field. For example, 57789.
9. Check Delete file after print if you want to automatically delete the
document after printing.
10.Click the OK button.
(Your file will be sent to the product’s memory from your computer.)
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Copying or Printing the Storage Job
1. Press the Menu button.
2. Press the Right-arrow or the Left-arrow button until “ 5. Storage Job ”
appears on the display.
5. Storage Job
Press W X, Set
3. Press Set, and then the LCD screen shows the following display.
51. Job Print
Press W X, Set
4. (a) Press Set, and then the LCD screen shows the following display.
Input ID
Press W X, Set
Press Set, and then the LCD screen shows the following display.
ID:123
Info:1 Prn:2
Input your ID in the field of ID. For example, 123.
Or
(b) Press the Right-arrow or the Left-arrow button until “Search ID ”
appears on the display, and then press Set.
Search ID
Press W X, Set
Press Set, and then the LCD screen shows the following screen.
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Press W X,Num, Set
Press the Right-arrow or the Left-arrow button until your desired ID number
appears on the display, or input the first number of your desired ID and then
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press Set. For example, 123 is the ID number you want. The LCD screen
shows the following screen:
ID:123
Info:1 Prn:2
5. Press 1 to display the information of the image size and the number of pages
of your document if you want to check this information before printing.
(If you want to check your ID number, press 1 once again.)
Size:A4 P.001
ID:1 Prn:2
6. Press 2 to be ready to input your copy count. Input your desired copy count
by the numeric pad. For example, you input 2 in the field of Copies.
Copies:2
Press Num, Start
7. Press the Start button to print your job from the product memory.
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Deleting or Saving the Storage Job
1. Press the Menu button.
2. Press the Right-arrow or the Left-arrow button until “ 5. Storage Job ”
appears on the display.
5. Storage Job
Press W X, Set
3. Press Set, and then the LCD screen shows the following screen.
51. Job Print
Press W X, Set
4. Press the Right-arrow or the Left-arrow button until “ 52. Job Delete ”
appears on the display.
52. Job Delete
Press W X, Set
5. (a) Press Set, and then the LCD screen shows the following screen.
Input ID
Press W X, Set
Press Set, and then the LCD screen shows the following display.
ID:
Info:1 Del:2
Input your ID in the field of ID.
Or
(b) Press the Right-arrow or the Left-arrow button until “Search ID ”
appears on the display, and then press Set.
Search ID
Press W X, Set
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Press Set, and then the LCD screen shows the following display.
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Press W X,Num, Set
Press the Right-arrow or the Left-arrow button until your desired ID number
appears on the display, or input the first number of your desired ID and then
press Set. For example, 123 is the ID number you wish to delete. The LCD
screen shows the following screen:
ID:123
Info:1 Del:2
6. Press 1 to display the information of the image size and the number of pages
of your document if you want to see this information before deleting.
(If you want to check your ID number, press 1 once again.)
Size:A4 P.001
ID:1 Del:2
7. Press 2, and then the LCD screen shows the following screen.
Delete Job ?
Yes:1
No:2
8. Press 1 to delete the document image from the product memory and return
to the ready mode, or 2 to return to the previous screen without deleting the
document.
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Printing the Secured Storage Job
1.
Press the Menu button.
2.
Press the Right-arrow or the Left-arrow button until “ 5. Storage Job ”
appears on the display.
5. Storage Job
Press W X, Set
3.
Press Set, and then the LCD screen shows the following screen.
51. Job Print
Press W X, Set
4.
(a) Press Set, and then the LCD screen shows the following screen.
Input ID
Press W X, Set
Press Set, and then the LCD screen shows the following screen.
ID:123
Info:1 Prn:2
Input your ID in the field of ID. For example, 123.
Or
(b) Press the Right-arrow or the Left-arrow button until “Search ID ”
appears on the display, and then press Set.
Search ID
Press W X, Set
Press Set, and then the LCD screen shows the following screen.
123
Press W X,Num, Set
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Press the Right-arrow or the Left-arrow button until your desired ID number
appears on the display, or input the first number of your desired ID and then
press Set. For example, 123 is the ID number you want to print. The LCD
screen shows the following screen:
ID:123
Info:1 Prn:2
5.
Press 1 to display the information of the image size and the number of pages
of your document if you want to check this information before printing.
(If you want to check your ID number, press 1 once again.)
Size:A4 P.001
ID:1 Prn:2
6.
Press 2, and then the LCD screen shows the following display.
PIN:789
Press W X,Num, Set
7.
Input the password for the specified ID in the field of PIN. Press Set, and
then the LCD screen shows the following screen.
Copies:
Press Num, Start
8.
Input your desired copy count by the numeric pad.
9.
Press the Start button to print the document image from the product’s
memory.
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9. Scanning
After installing the scanner driver and connecting the USB cable to your computer,
the product can be used as a full scanner. You can use various scanning features to
modify your scanned image.
System Requirements
•
IBM compatible PC (Pentium or later);
• Microsoft Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
•
A USB (universal serial bus) port
• At least 100M bytes of free hard disk space
•
At least 128M bytes of system memory
•
A VGA monitor
• A CD-ROM drive
Operating Steps
1.
Start your image editing application.
2.
Pull down the File menu and choose Select Source.
If the Select Source command is not available on the File menu, see your
application’s user’s guide to determine how the TWAIN link is used. A dialog
box with a list of scanning sources appears.
3.
Select the model name of your product.
You need to select the source only once, unless you want o choose another
scanner.
4.
Place the document FACE DOWN on the flatbed glass.
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5.
Pull down the File menu and choose Acquire.
A dialog box containing scanning features appears.
6.
Select the scanning method you want to use on the Scan Method
drop-down menu.
7.
Select the mode you want to use for your scans on the Image Type
drop-down menu.
8.
Select a scanning resolution on the Resolution drop-down menu.
9.
Select the setting for the scanning features (e.g. Sharpen, Descreen, etc.)
that you want to use.
10.
Click on Preview or Scan to preview or scan you documents.
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A Glance Of The User Interface
7
8
1
9
2
10
3
11
4
5
6
1. Scan Method
Choice: Flatbed, ADF
2. Image Type
Choice: Black & White, 8-Bit Gray, 24-Bit Color
3. Resolution
4. Brightness:
Choice: 50, 72, 100, 144, 150, 200, 300, 600 (dpi).
5. Contrast
Adjust the contrast level from –100 to +100.
6. Further Tools
Descreen, Sharpen, Color Adjustment, Auto Level,
Advanced Settings (From left to right).
7. Invert
Reverse the color of your scanned image.
8. Mirror Function
Flap your image.
9. Preview Auto Area
Resize your scanned area.
10. Paper Size
Select your paper size from Card 4”x2.5”, Photo
5”x3.5”, Photo 3.5”x5”, Photo 4”x6”, Photo 6”x4”, A5,
B5, A4, Letter, Legal, scanner maximum.
11. Measuring Unit
Choice: cm, inch, and pixel.
Adjust the brightness level from –100 to +100.
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Using Basic Features
Choosing Scan Method
Choice:
Flatbed: Select this setting if you need to scan a single page from the flatbed.
ADF—use this setting if you are using the automatic document feeder (ADF) to scan
documents at a time.
Selecting Proper Image Type
Black & White
Choose B&W if your original contains only B&W text,
pencil or ink sketch.
8-bit Gray
8-bit Gray images contain actual shades of gray.
24-bit Color
Choose 24-bit Color if you wish to scan a color image.
Black & White
Gray
24- bit Color
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Determining Proper Resolution
A proper resolution reproduces a clear image with good details.
The resolution is
measured by dots per inch (dpi).
Adjusting Brightness And Contrast
1.
Brightness
Adjusts the lightness or darkness of an image. The higher the value, the brighter the
image.
2.
Contrast
Adjusts the range between the darkest and the lightest shades in the image.
higher the contrast, the bigger the different grayscale.
The
Enlarging Previewed Image
Enlarge your previewed image to the max. of the preview window.
Note this function only enlarging your preview image. This does not enlarge
your real image.
Inverting And Selecting Your Image
The invert command reverses the brightness and the color in the image. For color
images, each pixel will be changed into its complementary color at the command of
Invert.
Mirror Function
Reverse the right and left side of your image.
Auto Select Image
Automatically set the whole image as your scan area.
by “drag and drop” diagonally.)
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(Or you may resize the area
Enhancing Your Image
1. Descreen
Eliminates the moire patterns* commonly found in printed matter.
2. Sharpen
Sharpen the scanned image.
Before Descreen
Before Sharpen
After Descreen
After Sharpen
*Moire pattern: An undesirable pattern in a color printing resulting from incorrect
screen angle of overprinting halftone.
Color Adjustment
Adjusts the color quality of the image so that it comes close to the original.
function uses default parameters to adjust the image.
Normal
After Color Matching
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This
Auto Level
Automatically adjusts the highlight and shadow areas of the scanned image to
optimize your image.
Normal
After Auto Level
Using Advanced Features
The Switch button
1. Click the button to pop up the advanced
settings bar at the right side. The
advanced settings include
Highlight/Shadow,
Hue/Saturation/Lightness, Curve, Color
Balance, Color Drop-out.
2. The Advanced Settings bar
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2
Adjusting Highlight/Shadow Levels
Highlight refers the lightest point in a scanned image while shadow
refers the darkest point.
Using Highlight and Shadow tool together
allows you to extend the range of color and reveal more details in a
gray or color image.
1
3
2
4
1. Shadow: The darkest point of an image.
2. Gamma: The midtones of the image.
3. Highlight: The lightest point of an image.
4. Pointer: Move the pointer to change the value.
When the value of gamma changes, the image changes accordingly.
Gamma Value: 1.0
Gamma Value: 1.4
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Gamma Value:
2.0
When the value of highlight and shadow change, the image changes
accordingly.
Highlight: 255/Shadow: 0(Normal)
Highlight: 210/Shadow:10
Highlight: 255/Shadow: 50
Highlight: 200/Shadow:0
Adjusting the Brightness Curve
Adjusts the midtones of the image without dramatically altering then
lightest and the darkest areas.
When the curve is moved up or down, the
image turns brighter or darker.
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Changing Color Hue/Saturation/Lightness
Improve your image by changing the level of
hue/saturation/lightness.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(1). Hue
Adjust the hue by moving the triangle to the right or
left.
(Note the level of intensity for the color will be
changed simultaneously when the hue adjustment is
made).
(2). Saturation
Move the triangle to the right to increase the saturation
level or to the left to decrease the level. The level of
saturation decides if the color is pale or rich.
(3). Lightness
Increase the lightness by moving the triangle to the
right or to the left to decrease the lightness.
Move the Saturation pointer to the right, the
color turns rich.
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Using Color Balance
The Color Balance allows you to obtain an optimal image quality.
Move the pointer toward Red, the image turns into a reddish hue.
Move the pointer toward Green, the image turns into a greenish hue.
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Color Drop-out
Click the button and a dialog box in below will be displayed. This
dialog allows you to remove one of the R (Red), G (Green), or B
(Blue) color channel. This function is particularly useful when you
need to convert text using OCR software.
Note that this function supports only black & white and gray image.
Therefore, be sure to choose any black & white or gray image type
while applying this function.
The effect on image after removing the G channel
The effect on image after removing the R channel.
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Custom Settings
Click the Custom Settings button to access a dialog box where you can save your
scan settings and configuration settings. There are two tabs: Scan Settings and
Configuration Settings.
Scan Settings
The Scan Settings tab allows you to save your scanning feature settings in a file,
load an existing file, or delete an existing file.
Saving a scan settings file
Type a name for your settings in the File Name text box and click the Save button.
Your settings will be saved and the file name will appear in the list box.
Using a scan settings file
You can use an existing settings file. Right-click the file name for the settings you
want to use and click the Load button. The settings in the file will automatically be
specified in the scanning features dialog box.
Deleting a scan settings file
Right-clicks a file name and press the Delete button the computer keyboard to
delete the file. Note you cannot delete the default scan settings file default.av2.
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Configuration Settings
The Configuration Settings tab allows you to customize some special settings.
Energy Saving Mode—checks the Enable box to enable energy savings. You can
specify a time delay in the Minutes box. Click the Apply button to save the
changes. The default setting is 15 minutes.
Hint Setting—check the Show Hints box if you want to have flags that show the
name of an item appear when you place the mouse cursor on an item in the dialog
box. Click the Apply button to save the changes.
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Using Other Tools
1
1. Measuring Unit
2
3 4
A reminder of the measuring system in use. By
clicking the button, you can change the measuring
unit.
Choice: Inch, cm, Pixel.
2. Paper Size
Provide frequently used scan sizes.
Choice: Card 4”x2.5”, Photo 5”x3”, Photo
6”x4”, B5, A5, A4, Letter, and Scanner
Maximum.
3. Image Size
Display image size for the scanned area.
4. Lock Image
Fix your output width and height.
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10. Troubleshooting
Clearing A Warning or Error Message
If a problem occurs during operation, a warning or error message will display on the
LCD panel.
In addition, the Error LED will be flashing or solidly lit to indicate a
warning or an error status.
To solve the problem, please follow the on-screen
instruction or the following table for more detailed information.
Error LED
Warning Message
Message
Description or Solution
Toner Empty
Toner empty.
Replace Cartridge
Replace a new toner cartridge.
Toner Low
Replace Cartridge
Toner remain is lower than 20%. The machine
can still perform printing or copying function yet
with poor quality.
Fuser Low
Low fuser temperature.
Replace Fuser
Order and replace a fuser.
Auto Detect Fail
Fails to detect paper size.
Open & Close
Cover
Open and close document cover to detect again.
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Warning Message
Message
Description or Solution
Book Mode A3
When using Book mode, users choose unsupported
paper size.
Paper Not Support
The unsupported paper size includes A3, Legal, B4,
Double Letter, and 8K.
Error Message
Message
Description or problem solving steps
Service Code
An unknown MFP hardware error.
Error: #
Restart the machine or call service.
Scanner Error
Scanner Module
Scanner hardware problem.
Error: Code #
Restart the machine or call service.
Motor Error
It is possible that the scanner motor is malfunctioned.
Press #
1.
Press the “#” button.
2.
If the message still display, check motor or call
service to replace the motor.
Scanner Lamp
It is possible that the scanner lamp is malfunctioned.
Error,Press #
1.
Press the “#” button.
2.
If the message still display, call service to replace
the lamp.
Chassis Lock
Unlock, Press #
The scan unit is locked.
1.
Locate the lock switch on the left side of the
flatbed glass and unlock the switch.
2.
Press the “#” button.
now.
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The MFP is ready to use
Error Message
Message
Description or Problem solving steps
Printer Error
Printer Module
Printer hardware problem.
Error: Code #
Restart the machine or call service.
Duplex Module
Duplex module can not work.
Error
Check duplex module or call service to replace it.
No Duplex
Module
Press # to Abort
No duplex module is installed.
Press # to cancel the duplex job.
Please purchase and install a duplex module. Be sure
to restart the machine again to perform the duplex
job.
No Cartridge
No cartridge is installed.
Install Cartridge
Please install a cartridge.
No Fuser
No fuser is installed.
Install Fuser
Please install a fuser.
Jam at Printer
Open Cover A~E
Printer paper jam.
Remove paper from the indicated positions.
Paperjam at the main unit
Paperjam at the duplex module
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Error Message
Message
Description or Problem solving steps
Printer Error
Paper Mismatch
The paper size you have specified does not match with
Press # to Abort
the paper size in your tray.
Press # to cancel the job.
Cover B Open
Cover B is open.
Close It
Close cover B.
Cover A or C
Cover A or C open.
Close It
Close Cover A or C.
Cover D Open
Cover of duplex module is open.
Close It
Close cover D.
Cover E Open
Cover of duplex module is open.
Close It
Close cover D.
Tray 1 Open
Tray 1 opens.
Close Tray 1.
Tray 2 Open
Tray 2 opens.
Close Tray 2.
Tray 1 Empty
No paper in tray 1.
Add Paper
Please add paper in tray 1.
Tray 2 Empty
No paper in tray 2.
Add Paper
Please add paper in tray 2.
Manual Tray
No paper in manual tray.
Empty, Add
Please add paper in manual tray.
Paper
Watermark Fail
Failed to insert watermark.
Reset
Reload the watermark in Button Manager.
Watermark
Memory Full
Memory full due to too many scan jobs (too many
Print:1 Abort: 2
pages).
This error usually occurs when “Auto Collate”
or “Rotate Collate” function has been used.
•
Press “1” to print or copy the previously
successful scan job
•
Or press “2” to cancel the job.
Separate your
documents in a few stacks to complete your job.
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Error Message
Message
Description or Problem solving steps
Network Error
IP Conflict
The same IP address on the network has been found.
Specify another IP address.
Host Name
The same host name on the network has been found.
Conflict
Specify another host name.
No Cable
No network cable has been connected.
Connect a network cable.
DHCP Fail
A wrong DHCP server.
Check with your network administrator for a valid
DHCP server.
Subnet Mask
A wrong subnet mask IP.
Error
Check with your network administrator for a valid
subnet mask IP.
Gateway
A wrong gateway IP.
Error
Check with your network administrator for a valid
gateway IP.
Connect
The network speed specified by the machine does not
Speed Setting
match with network environment.
Fail
Check with your network administrator.
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Error Message
Message
Description or Problem solving steps
Storage & Net Scan Error
Memory Full
ID is not
found
Receive Fail
Invalid
Password
Delete job IDs to release the product memory.
ID input is not correct. Input a correct ID.
Please check network on MFP, and receive file again.
Password
input
is
not
correct.
Input
a
correct
password.
Delete File
The file is being printed. You can not delete a file
Fail
which is working.
Net Scan: Input a different ID.
Storage Copy: Choose “Append” shown on the LCD to
append the current file to the same ID file in the
ID is existed
product memory, or input a different ID.
Storage Print: The product changes the ID number
automatically, or delete the ID job if it fails to be
saved.
Paper not
The number of the front pages scanned is different
match
from that of the back pages.
CF Card / CF
The product does not detect the CF card.
Card R/W Fail
The error will disappear later.
No Job Exist
This error happens when performing the Job Print/Job
Delete command with no storage jobs in the CF card.
Technical Support
If your problem still exists after trying the above solution, please contact our technical
support.
Avision Inc.
No. 20, Creation Road I, Science Park, Hsinchu 300, Taiwan, ROC
TEL: +886 (3) 578-2388
FAX: +886 (3) 577-7017
E-MAIL: service@avision.com.tw
Web Site: http://www.avision.com
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11. Maintenance
Cleaning The Glass
The product is designed to be almost maintenance-free. However, it still needs to be
cleaned occasionally to ensure optimum image quality and performance.
To clean the glass,
1. Open the document cover as shown below.
2. Dip a soft clean cloth with isopropyl alcohol (95%).
3. Gently wipe the flatbed glass and the white sheet beneath the document
cover to remove the dust or any toner particles.
4. Close the document cover. Your machine is now ready to use.
1
2
1.
Document Cover
2.
Flatbed Glass
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Clearing the ADF Paper Jam
In the event of a paper jam in the ADF, follow the procedures below to remove the
paper:
1. Gently open the ADF front cover to the left.
2. Carefully pull the paper out of the ADF unit.
3. Close the ADF front cover. Your product is now ready to use.
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Replacing the Snap-in Pad Module
After scanning many and many pages through the ADF, the pad may be worn out
and you may experience problems with document feeding. In this case, it is highly
recommended to replace the pad module with a new one. For ordering the pad
module, please consult your nearest dealer and follow the procedure below to
replace it.
Disassembling Procedure
1. Gently open the ADF front cover.
2. Remove the ADF snap-in pad module by pressing the lock upward.
ADF Pad
Assembling Procedure
1. Gently open the ADF front cover to the left.
2. Remove the ADF pad module from the box.
3. Place it into the holes until it snaps into place.
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Replacing a Toner Cartridge
To replace a new toner cartridge,
1.
Open the front cover by pressing the release button as shown.
Release
Button of the
Front Cover
2.
Remove the used toner cartridge from the machine.
The used
Toner
Cartridge
Caution!
To prevent damage to the toner cartridge, do not expose it to light for more than a
few minutes.
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3.
Remove the plastic bag of the new cartridge and remove the tapes as shown.
Tapes
Important!
Before installing a new toner cartridge, please first remove the tapes of the toner
cartridge.
4.
Insert the new cartridge to its place as shown.
Toner Cartridge
5.
Close the front cover.
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Replacing a Fuser
To remove a current fuser,
1.
Open the rear cover by pressing two snap-in buttons as indicated.
Rear
Cover
Snap-in
button
2.
Remove the rear cover.
Rear Cover
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3.
Raise the lock arms at two sides.
Fuser
4.
Pull the fuser out of the machine as illustrated.
Fuser
Fuser
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To install a fuser,
1. Insert the fuser to its original position at the back of the machine as illustrated.
Fuser
2.
Press down the lock arms at both sides as illustrated.
Press down the
lock arm
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3.
Insert the rear cover back to its original position and press pin inwardly as
illustrated.
Pin
4.
Close the rear cover as illustrated.
Rear Cover
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Appendix
Scanning From The Button
By simply pressing the Start button on the product, the product allows you to scan a
document and send the scanned image to a designated destination application. Yet,
before you scan, it is recommended to set up the button configurations first to
ensure a proper file format and a destination application.
Setting Up The Button Configurations Before Scanning
1. After the scanner driver has been successfully installed on your computer, the
Button Panel will be displayed in the Windows System Tray at the bottom right
corner of your computer screen.
This indicates the product model
The Function
Icon
The Button
Icon
The Button Panel
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2. The Button Panel shows the first three scanning buttons. Right-click any
button (function) you wish to set up, the Button Properties window appears.
Click to select
options or
setting.
The button
number and
name.
The scan settings
for the selected
button. (in this
case button #1).
The destination
application. (This
is the application
that opens after
you have finished
scanning.)
The file format
of the scanned
image.
The default settings are indicated in highlighted color.
If you wish to change the
setting, use this window to reset the setting for the file format, destination
application, or other scan settings. See “Configuring the Button” in the subsequent
section to reset the settings.
3. Click the OK button to leave the window.
Note:
If the Button Panel has not been displayed in the Windows System Tray after
restarting your computer, please just turn off and on your product. The Button icon
will then be displayed on the right corner of the Windows System Tray.
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Scanning From A Touch Of The Start Button
1. Place the original document face down on the flatbed glass and align it in the
upper-left corner.
2. Press the Scan button to enter scan mode.
3. The LCD screen displays the following Scan To message. Press the arrow
buttons to select your desired destination application, for example, Microsoft
Paint.
Scan To 3-Paint
Press W X, Start
4. Press Start on the product to start scanning.
5. After the scanning is finished, the designated application will be launched and
the scanned image appears in the main window of the designated application
(For example, Microsoft Paint) as below.
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Accessing System Information
If you encounter an error message and can not solve the problem, you can send a
report.txt file to your nearest service center for quick trouble shooting.
To send the
report.txt file, please follow these steps.
1. Right-click the button icon (
A pop-up screen appears.
) on the right bottom of your screen.
2. Click “About” to prompt the Information dialog box.
3. Click the Report button. A report.txt file (C:\Button_Report.txt) will be
generated and displayed on the screen. Please send this file to the nearest
service center for a quick trouble shooting.
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Using the MFP Settings
In addition to providing scan and quick link to your application, the embedded Button
Manager also allows you to configure more MFP settings including adding watermark
on your copies, storing temperate copy jobs, and updating firmware.
To use the MFP Settings,
1.
Right-click the button icon (
) on the right bottom of your screen.
Select the MFP Settings while a pop-up screen appears.
2.
The MFP Setting dialog box appears. Access the watermark, backup , or the
firmware function by choosing the corresponding tab.
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Adding Watermark on Your Document
Before using this function, you need to enable watermark by pressing the Menu
button and then choose “2. Copy Setup” >“27 Watermark” >“ON” on the LCD
screen.
Adding An Image Watermark
To add a picture to your copied documents as watermark,
1. Select the Image Watermark option, and your desired picture path from the
Browse button.
2. Save your desired picture path by choosing one of the custom options, and click
the Save button.
3. If you wish to load the image to MFP, click the Load watermark to MFP button.
After completing loading the image, an Update Successfully message will
display on the screen.
4. Click the OK button to save all settings.
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Adding A Text Watermark
To add a text to your copied documents as watermark,
1.
Select the Text Watermark option, type a text in the text field of Text, and then
select your desired font or style from each of the dropdown lists.
2.
Save your text watermark by choosing one of the custom options and then click
the Save button.
3.
If you wish to load the text to MFP, click the Load watermark to MFP button.
After completing loading the text, an Update Successfully message will
display on the screen.
4.
Click the OK button to save all settings.
Angle
The Angle dropdown list allows you to choose your text angle.
Size
The Size dropdown list allows you to choose your text size.
Density
The Density dropdown list allows you to choose your text density.
Preview
The Preview dropdown list allows you to view your text watermark.
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Enabling the Backup Function
This product allows you to save all the printing or copying jobs in a computer which
is connected to this product via a USB cable. To save all the printing or copying jobs,
you need to enable the Backup function.
To enable the backup function,
1. Press the Menu button on the control panel. The LCD screen shows the
following Menu screen.
Menu/to select
Press WX, Num
2. Press the Set button, the Left-arrow or the Right-arrow button. The LCD screen
shows “1. Common Setup”.
1. Common Setup
Press WX, Set
3. Press the Left-arrow or the Right-arrow button repeatedly until the following
screen is displayed.
16. Backup
Press WX, Set
4.
Press the Set button and the arrow key until the LCD screen shows “ON”.
ON
Press WX, Set
5.
Press the Set button to save the setting.
6.
Press the Stop/Clear button to leave the menu screen and enter the operation
mode.
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Specifying the Backup Path
After the Backup function has been enabled on the LCD panel, please follow these
steps to specify your desired file path.
To specify your file path,
1. On The MFP Setting dialog box, click the Backup tab to prompt the following
Backup screen.
2. Click the Browse button to select your path.
3. Choose your desired file format from the File Format dropdown list box. The
choice includes PDF, BMP, and TIFF.
4. Type your preferred prefix of a file name. A full saved file name is composed of
the prefix you give, the year, the month, the date, a dash symbol, the hour, the
minute, the second.
5. If you wish to return to factory default setting, click the Default button.
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Updating Firmware
You can upload the product’s firmware into the product by clicking the Firmware tab.
Yet before updating the firmware, make sure the latest firmware is available from
your computer.
1. On the MFP Setting screen, choose the Firmware tab.
2. Choose Firmware and click Browse to select your firmware file.
3. Click Upload to upload the firmware to the product. After completing, an
Update Successfully message will display on the screen.
4. Turn off the MFP and then turn it on again.
5. Click OK to save all settings.
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Loading and Printing a Demo Page
This machine allows you to upload your desired demo page to the MFP.
To upload a demo page,
1.
On the MFP Setting screen, choose the Firmware tab.
2.
Choose Demo Page and click Browse to select your file.
3.
Click Upload to upload the demo page to the product. After completing, an
Update Successfully message will display on the screen.
4.
Turn off the MFP and then turn it on again.
5.
Click OK to save all settings.
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To print a demo page,
The condition to print a demo page is as follows:
•
Paper tray has to be set in tray 1.
•
Paper size has to be specified as A4 LEF.
To print a demo page,
When the machine is in ready mode, press and hold the “Back” button for 3 seconds.
The demo page will be automatically printed.
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Viewing the Embedded Web page
The embedded website allows you to remotely watch the status of this machine,
update scan profiles, rename/delete storage jobs, and change network settings.
To view the embedded website,
1. Start your browser, Microsoft I.E. 5.0 or higher, or Netscape Communicator 6.0
or higher, or Mozilla Firefox.
2. Type IP address of the product in the URL field. For example, http://10.1.30.83
The product’s embedded webpage appears as shown below.
3.
Click Usage Report to prompt the following Usage Report page.
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4.
Click Scan Profiles to prompt the following Net Scan Parameters page.
After updating settings on this page, click Submit button.
Click Reset button if you want to recover the previous settings.
5.
Click Storage Job to prompt the following Storage Job page.
After checking any of the Job ID items on this page, click Delete button to
delete the specified job IDs in the product memory.
Click Rename button to follow the on-screen instructions for renaming the
specified job ID.
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6.
Click Network Setting to prompt the following Network Setting page.
After updating settings on this page, click Submit button.
Click Reset button if you want to recover the previous settings.
Note:
1. After the network settings are specified, the product must be rebooted to apply
all updated network settings.
2. If you want to use the network function and let your PC successfully connect to
the product, the network cable must be plugged into the product before the
product is powered on.
3. If you plug the network cable into the product after powering on the product,
you must reboot the product to enable the network function.
4. After the network settings are updated via the Menu button on the control
panel or the embedded web pages, you must unplug the network cable for
about 5 seconds, plug in again, and then reboot the product to apply the
updated the network settings.
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Installing A Duplex Module(Optional)
To install a duplex module, follow these steps:
Important!
To install a duplex module, please first turn off this machine by pressing the power
switch to “OFF” at the front of machine.
1. Open the rear cover by pressing two snap-in buttons as indicated.
Rear
Cover
Snap-in
button
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2. Remove the rear cover.
Rear Cover
3.
Align the front of the duplex module to the tracks on both sides and insert
the duplex module to the machine as shown.
Track
Duplex
Module
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To remove a duplex module, use the following steps:
1. Press the release button to pull the duplex module as indicated.
Release Button
2. Gently remove the duplex module and press two mortise locks as indicated.
Mortise Lock
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Installing Tray 2 (Optional)
1. Place tray 2 on a proper platform.
Tray 2
2. Lift up the MFP machine with two personnel. Each person hold one side of the
machine as indicated.
MFP
Holes
underneath
the MFP
Two sticks
on Tray 2
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3.
Align and insert two sticks on tray 2 to the holes underneath the MFP machine.
Tray 2
4.
The installation of tray 2 is completed as shown.
Tray 2
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Specifications
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
General
Type
3-in-1 MFP
Functions
Copier-Printer-Scanner-Network
CPU
366MHz ARM1136 (build in SOC)
Flash memory
4MB + 8GB
RAM
256MB
Dimension (WxDxH)
579mm x 534mm x 570mm
Weight
31Kg
Warm up time
15 seconds or less
LCM
16 X 2 graphic type LCD
Connectivity
Hi-speed USB 2.0 (Device/Host)/ RJ-45
Operation temperature
10°C to 35 °C
Storage temperature
-40°C ~65°C
Current Consumption
100~127Vac, 9A
220~240Vac, 5A
Copier Functions
A3, Legal, Letter, A4 ,A5, B4(ISO), B5(ISO), 8K,
Copy size
16K, Postcard, LGL
Max scanning size
A3
Copy resolution
600 x 600dpi
Copy speed (1 to
28ppm (A4 LEF)
many)
Copy count
up to 999, Auto Reset to 1
Zoom
25 ~ 400%
First copy output time
7 seconds or less
(FCOT)
N-up copy
2 in1 / 4 in 1 / ID card
Copy mode
Text / Photo / Mixed
Auto size detection
Yes (LTR, LTR ,A4, A4, LGL, A3)
Duplex Copy
Optional
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Laser Printer Function
Printing method
Mono Laser
Printing speed
28 ppm printing (A4 LEF)
Max print size
297mm X 420mm
Min print size
90mm X 148mm
Resolution
600 x 600dpi
Max paper capacity
250 (tray 1)
500 (tray 2, optional
100 (manual tray)
PDLs/Emulations
GDI - Standard
First print out time
7 seconds or less
N-up print
2 to 16
Edge erase
4.23mm (top, bottom, left, right)
Scaling
25 ~ 400%
Duplex print
Optional
Tray 2
Optional
Storage print
Yes
Security print
Yes
Network print
Yes
Scanner Function
Scanner type
Flatbed/ADF/CIS type, Color/BW
Max scanning size
A3(Flatbed) / 297 x 431.8 mm (ADF)
Optical resolution
600 x 600 dpi
Enhanced resolution
1200dpi
Text - 600 x 300 dpi
Scan resolution
Fine Text - 600 x 600 dpi
Photo - 600 x 300 dpi
Mix -
FB: 600x600dpi
Color - 24bit
Scanning bit depth
File format
Gray -
8bit
B/W -
1bit
Color - JPEG, PDF (JPEG), BMP
B/W
Net Scan
- TIFF, PDF
Yes
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Consumables(option)
Toner(regular/Max)
6000/15,000 pages
Scanner life
100K scan or 5 years
Printer life
(A4 LEF 3P/J Note 2 Power on time taken as: 8
hours x 22 days x 60 months = 10,560 hours)
Humidity
Operating
15%~85% RPH
Environment
Storage /
10%~90% RPH
Transportation
Environment
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Index
Auto Level, 99
Ethernet Hub, 22
Auto Select, 97
Gamma, 100
Brightness, 97
Highlight, 100
BRIGHTNESS AND CONTRAST, 97
Hue, 102
BRIGHTNESS CURVE, 101
IMAGE TYPE
Black & White, Halftone, Gray Color, 96
Button Properties window, 124
COLLATING YOUR COPIES, 43
INVERT, 97
Color Adjustment, 98
IP Address, 32
COLOR BALANCE, 103
LAN, 22
COLOR DROP-OUT, 104
Lightness, 102
COMBINING YOUR DOCUMENT, 44
MIRROR FUNCTION, 97
Contrast, 97
Moire pattern, 98
COPY MODE
Printer Properties, 61
RESCALING YOUR COPIES, 43
Mixed, Photo, Text, 42
RESOLUTION, 97
Custom Settings
Saturation, 102
Scan Settings, Configuration Settings, 105
DENSITY, 41
SCAN METHOD
Flatbed, 96
Descreen, 98
DHCP server, 32
Select Source, 93
Digital Copying, 1
SELECTING PAPER TRAY, 46
DNS, 32
Shadow, 100
Duplex
Sharpen, 98
Watermark, 68
duplex booklet, manual duplex, 69, 74
WINS server, 32
Duplex Module, 138
ENLARGING PREVIEWED IMAGE, 97
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