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User’s Guide [Enlarge Display Operations]
Introduction
Thank you for choosing this machine.
The bizhub C650 User’s Guide [Enlarge Display Operations] contains details
on the operation of the various functions available in the Enlarge Display mode
of the bizhub C650 and on the various operating precautions. In order to
ensure that this machine is used correctly and efficiently, carefully read the
Enlarge Display Mode Operations volume of the User’s Guide before using the
machine.
In order to operate the product safely and properly, be sure to read the
accompanying Quick Guide [Copy/Print/Fax/Scan/Box Operations].
Views of the actual equipment may be slightly different from the illustrations
used in this Enlarge Display Mode Operations volume of the User’s Guide.
Explanation of manual conventions
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CAUTION
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injuries or property damage.
Observe all cautions in order to ensure safe use of this machine.
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and observe this type of information.
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Detail
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operating procedures and other descriptions.
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Note
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information. If necessary, refer to the indicated sections.
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Names highlighted as shown above indicate keys on the control panel and
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Contents
1 Before use
1.1 Names of control panel parts and their functions .................... 1-2
1.2 Adjusting the angle of the control panel .................................... 1-4
To adjust the angle of the control panel ..................................... 1-4
1.3 Screens in Enlarge Display mode ............................................... 1-6
Displaying screens in Enlarge Display mode .............................. 1-6
1.4 Touch panel .................................................................................. 1-8
Touch panel operation ................................................................ 1-8
Icons that appear in the screen .................................................. 1-8
Paper type icons ......................................................................... 1-9
Paper supply icons ................................................................... 1-11
1.5 Feeding the document ............................................................... 1-12
Loading the document into the ADF ......................................... 1-12
Placing the document on the original glass .............................. 1-13
1.6 Specifying document settings .................................................. 1-14
Copying documents of mixed sizes
(“Mixed Original” setting) .......................................................... 1-14
Loading folded documents (“Z-Folded Original” setting) ......... 1-16
Selecting the document orientation
(Original Direction settings) ....................................................... 1-18
Selecting the position of the binding margin (Original Binding
Position/Binding Position settings) ........................................... 1-20
2 Using copy functions
2.1 General copy operation ............................................................... 2-2
2.2 Selecting a Color setting ............................................................. 2-4
2.3 Selecting the Paper settings ....................................................... 2-6
Automatically selecting the paper size (“Auto” Paper setting) .... 2-6
Manually selecting the desired paper size .................................. 2-8
2.4 Specifying a Zoom setting ........................................................ 2-10
Selecting a zoom ratio .............................................................. 2-11
2.5 Selecting document and copy settings ................................... 2-12
Selecting single-sided or double-sided copies ......................... 2-13
2.6 Selecting a combined copy setting .......................................... 2-15
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2.7 Selecting Finishing settings ......................................................2-17
Selecting the finishing method .................................................. 2-18
Selecting Staple/Punch settings ............................................... 2-19
Selecting a folding or binding setting ........................................ 2-21
2.8 Selecting not to rotate the image .............................................2-23
2.9 Selecting the quality of the document .....................................2-24
2.10Selecting the density settings ...................................................2-27
Adjusting the print density (Density settings) ............................ 2-27
Adjusting the background density
(Background Removal settings) ................................................ 2-28
2.11Selecting the Paper settings .....................................................2-30
Selecting a Paper Type setting ................................................. 2-30
Printing double-sided copies manually ..................................... 2-32
Selecting a Paper Size setting ................................................... 2-35
2.12Scanning the next document to be copied while a copy job is
being printed (next job reservation) ..........................................2-39
2.13Pausing scanning/printing .........................................................2-40
2.14Printing a proof to check the settings (Proof Copy) ...............2-41
3 Using fax/scan functions
3.1 General fax/scan operation .........................................................3-2
3.2 Specifying a destination ..............................................................3-5
Selecting a destination from the address book .......................... 3-6
Selecting a destination from the job log ...................................... 3-8
Selecting a destination with an LDAP search ............................. 3-9
Directly typing in the number .................................................... 3-12
3.3 Specifying scanning settings (Scan Settings) .........................3-15
Simplex/Duplex ......................................................................... 3-15
Original Type ............................................................................. 3-17
Resolution ................................................................................. 3-19
Density ....................................................................................... 3-21
File Type .................................................................................... 3-22
Color (Image Adjust) .................................................................. 3-24
Background Removal (Image Adjust) ........................................ 3-26
Scan Size ................................................................................... 3-28
Original Settings ........................................................................ 3-29
3.4 Using a program .........................................................................3-32
3.5 Checking the destinations .........................................................3-34
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4 Logging on and logging off
4.1 When a logon screen appears .................................................... 4-2
When the screen to enter the user name appears ...................... 4-2
When the screen to enter the account name and password
appears ....................................................................................... 4-5
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Names of control panel parts and their functions
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Note
For details, refer to the User’s Guide [Copy Operations], the User’s Guide
[Network Scanner Operations], the User’s Guide [Fax Operations] and the User’s
Guide [Network Fax Operations].
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No.
Part name
Description
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Touch panel
Displays various screens and messages.
Specify the various settings by directly touching the
panel.
2
Main Power indicator
Lights up in green when the machine is turned on with
the main power switch.
3
Sub power switch
Press to turn on/off machine operations. When turned
off, the machine enters a state where it conserves
energy.
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[Mode Memory] key
Programmed fax/scan settings can be recalled to be
used again. (See p. 3-32)
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[Utility/Counter] key
Press to display the Meter Count screen and the Utility
screen.
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Description
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[Reset] key
Press to clear all settings (except programmed settings)
entered in the control panel and touch panel.
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[Stop] key
Pressing the [Stop] key during an operation temporarily
stops the operation.
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[Proof Copy] key
Press to print a single proof copy to be checked before
printing a large number of copies. (See p. 2-41)
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[Start] key
Press to start the operation. When this machine is ready
to begin the operation, the indicator on the [Start] key
lights up in blue. If the indicator on the [Start] key lights
up in orange, the operation cannot begin.
Press to restart a stopped job.
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Data indicator
Flashes in blue while a print job or fax is being received.
Lights up in blue while a print job or fax is queued to be
printed or is being printed.
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[C] (clear) key
Press to clear a value (such as the number of copies, a
zoom ratio, or a size) entered using the keypad.
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Keypad
Use to type in the number of copies to be produced.
Use to type in the zoom ratio.
Use to type in the various settings.
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[Enlarge Display] key
Press to enter or exit Enlarge Display mode. If
authentication is performed with PageScope
Authentication Manager, it does not enter Enlarge
Display mode.
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[Accessibility] key
Press to display the screen for specifying settings for
user accessibility functions.
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[Power Save] key
Press to enter Low Power mode. While the machine is in
Low Power mode, the indicator on the [Power Save] key
lights up in green and the touch panel goes off. To
cancel Low Power mode, press the [Power Save] key
again.
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[Access] key
If user authentication or account track settings have
been applied, press this key after entering the user name
and password (for user authentication) or the account
name and password (for account track) in order to use
this machine.
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Brightness dial
Use to adjust the brightness of the touch panel.
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[Fax/Scan] key
Press to enter Fax/Scan mode.
While the machine is in Fax/Scan mode, the indicator on
the [Fax/Scan] key lights up in green.
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[Copy] key
Press to enter Copy mode. (As a default, the standardsized Copy mode screen is displayed.)
While the machine is in Copy mode, the indicator on the
[Copy] key lights up in green.
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Adjusting the angle of the control panel
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The control panel can be adjusted to either of three angles.
In addition, the control panel can be tilted to the left.
Adjust the control panel to the angle that allows for easy operation.
Upper position (base position)
Middle position
Lower position
Left tilt position
To adjust the angle of the control panel
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Pull the control panel release lever toward you to raise or lower the
control panel.
Control panel
release lever
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To tilt the control panel to the left, hold the bottom of the control panel,
and then tilt the panel to the left.
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– Do not grab the touch panel when turning the control panel to the left or
right.
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Screens in Enlarge Display mode
Displaying screens in Enlarge Display mode
1
Press the [Copy] or [Fax/Scan] key in the control panel to display the
desired screen.
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Press the [Enlarge Display] key in the control panel.
– Depending on the settings specified in Accessibility mode, a message
appears, requesting confirmation to cancel the settings that cannot be
specified in Enlarge Display mode. For details on specifying settings in
the Accessibility screen, refer to the User’s Guide [Copy Operations].
The screen is displayed in Enlarge Display mode. While screens are
displayed in Enlarge Display mode, pressing the [Copy] or [Fax/Scan] key
displays the normal screen.
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To return to the standard-sized screens from the screens in Enlarge
Display mode, press the [Enlarge Display] key in the control panel.
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The default settings for Enlarge Display mode can be changed.
To change the default settings, specify desired settings in Enlarge Display mode,
and then press the [Accessibility] key. On the Accessibility Setting screen 2/2,
touch [Default Enlarge Display Settings], press the [Copy] key or the [Fax/Scan]
key, and then specify “Current Setting”.
The default settings can be also changed in Utility mode. For details, refer to the
User’s Guide [Copy Operations].
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Touch panel
Touch panel operation
To activate a function or to select a setting, lightly touch the button in the touch
panel for the desired function or setting.
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Reminder
Do not apply extreme pressure to the touch panel, otherwise it may be scratched
or damaged. Never push down on the touch panel with force, and never use a
hard or pointed object to make a selection in the touch panel.
Icons that appear in the screen
Icon
Description
This button appears when there is a message indicating that a
print error occurred. Touch this button to display the message,
and then perform the necessary steps.
Touch this button to display the message at an enlarged size.
This button appears when there is a message indicating that
consumables must be replaced or the machine requires
maintenance. Touch this button to display the message, and
then perform the replacement or maintenance procedure.
Indicates that an error occurred during an image stabilization
operation, a print operation or a scan operation.
Touch this icon to view a screen containing a warning code.
Indicates that data is being sent from the machine, regardless of
the current mode.
Indicates that data is being received from the machine,
regardless of the current mode.
Appears when an error occurs with the connection to the POP
server.
Indicates that "Enhanced Security Mode" is set to "ON".
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Paper type icons
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Note
For details, refer to the User’s Guide [Copy Operations].
If paper other than plain paper is specified for the selected paper tray when
using a copy function, the icon indicating the paper type appears under
“Paper” in the Basic screen.
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Paper type icons that appear
Thick 1
Thick 1+
Thick 2
Thick 3
Thick 4
Single Side Only
Transparency
Envelope
Letterhead
Special Paper
Colored Paper
Duplex 2nd Side/Plain Paper
Duplex 2nd Side/Thick 1
Duplex 2nd Side/Thick 1+
Duplex 2nd Side/Thick 2
Duplex 2nd Side/Thick 3
Duplex 2nd Side/Thick 4
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Paper supply icons
The amount of paper remaining is indicated in the Copy mode screen where
the paper size is selected. For details about the screen for selecting the paper
size, refer to "Selecting the Paper settings" on page 2-6.
Paper supply icons that appear
Icon
Description
This icon indicates that very little paper remains in the paper tray.
This icon indicates that paper is not loaded in the paper tray.
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Feeding the document
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Note
For details, refer to the User’s Guide [Copy Operations], the User’s Guide [Fax
Operations] and the User’s Guide [Network Fax Operations].
The document can be fed in either of the following ways. Be sure to position
the document correctly according to the type of document being scanned.
- Using the ADF
- Using the original glass
Loading the document into the ADF
1
Place the original in the original feed tray in the order to be scanned
with the side to be scanned faces up.
– Load the original pages so that the top of the original is toward the back
or the right side of the machine.
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A
A
Slide the lateral guides against the edges of the document.
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Placing the document on the original glass
1
Lift open the ADF.
2
Place the original on the original glass with the side to be scanned
faces down.
– When placing the document on the original glass, be sure to lift open the
ADF at least 20°. If the document is placed on the original glass without
the ADF being lifted at least 20°, the correct document size will not be
detected.
– Load the original pages so that the top of the original is toward the back
or the left side of the machine.
When loaded in the v orientation: When loaded in the w orientation:
20°
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Align the document with the
document scales.
20°
mark in the back-left corner of the
Document scales
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Close the ADF.
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Specifying document settings
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Note
For details, refer to the User’s Guide [Copy Operations].
To make desired copies, specify status, direction and other setting items for
originals.
For details on selecting the document type when using fax/scanning functions,
refer to "Original Settings" on page 3-29.
Copying documents of mixed sizes (“Mixed Original” setting)
Documents of different sizes can be loaded together into the ADF to be fed
and scanned one by one automatically.
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Slide the lateral guides of the ADF to fit the size of the largest page.
2
Align the originals as the references so that the side to be scanned
faces up.
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Place the original in the original feed tray in the order to be scanned
with the side to be scanned faces up.
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– Slide the lateral guides against the edges of the original.
– Load the original pages into the ADF so that the top of the pages is
toward the left side of the machine.
Lateral guides
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In the main screen, touch the Original/Density tab.
The Original/Density screen appears.
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Touch [Mixed Original].
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– To cancel the “Mixed Original” setting, touch [Mixed Original] again to
deselect it.
Loading folded documents (“Z-Folded Original” setting)
If folded documents are loaded into the ADF to be copied, the document size
is correctly detected.
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Note
Load the document into the ADF.
The length of the first page of the document is detected, and all pages of the
document are scanned at that size.
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Reminder
Unfold folded documents before loading them into the ADF. If the document is
copied without being unfolded, a paper misfeed may occur.
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In the main screen, touch the Original/Density tab.
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The Original/Density screen appears.
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Touch [Z-Folded Original].
– To cancel the “Z-Folded Original” setting, touch [Z-Folded Original] again
to deselect it.
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Selecting the document orientation (Original Direction settings)
When copying double-sided documents or making double-sided copies or
combined copies, specify the document orientation, otherwise the copies may
not be printed in the correct page order or correct front and back page
arrangement.
Setting
Description
Select this setting for a document loaded with the top toward the
back of this machine.
Select this setting for a document loaded with the top toward the
front of this machine.
Select this setting for a document loaded into the ADF with the
top of the document toward the left side of this machine.
Select this setting for a document placed on the original glass
with the top of the document toward the right side of this
machine.
Select this setting for a document loaded into the ADF with the
top of the document toward the right side of this machine.
Select this setting for a document placed on the original glass
with the top of the document toward the left side of this machine.
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Position the document to be copied.
2
In the Basic screen, touch [Duplex/Combine]. Otherwise, touch the
Original/Density tab.
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– For details on positioning the document, refer to "Feeding the document"
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Touch [Original Direction].
From the Duplex/Combine screen
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From the Original/Density screen
The Original Direction screen appears.
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Touch the button for the orientation of the loaded document, and then
touch [OK].
– To return to the main screen, touch [Main Screen].
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Selecting the position of the binding margin (Original Binding Position/
Binding Position settings)
If a double-sided document is loaded into the ADF, specify the position of the
top of the back side of the document by specifying the binding margin position
for the document.
Setting
Description
Left
Select this setting if the document is loaded with the binding margin at the
left.
Top
Select this setting if the document that is loaded has a binding margin at the
top.
Right
Select this setting if the document is loaded with the binding margin at the
right.
Auto
With this setting, the binding margin is set at the top or at the left.
Select this setting to automatically select the position of the binding margin.
If the document length is 11-11/16 inch (297 mm) or less, a binding position
along the long side of the document is selected.
If the document length is more than 11-11/16 inch (297 mm), a binding
position along the short side of the document is selected.
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Position the document to be copied.
2
In the Basic screen, touch [Duplex/Combine]. Otherwise touch the
Original/Density tab.
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– For details on positioning the document, refer to "Feeding the document"
on page 1-12.
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In the Duplex/Combine screen, touch [Original Binding Pos.].
Otherwise, touch [Binding Position] in the Original/Density screen.
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From the Duplex/Combine screen
From the Original/Density screen
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Touch the button for the desired binding margin position, and then
touch [OK].
From the Original Binding Position screen
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– To return to the main screen, touch [Main Screen].
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Using copy functions
2.1
General copy operation
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Note
For details on the copy operation, refer to the User’s Guide [Copy Operations].
This section contains information on the general operation for making copies.
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Press the [Copy] key in the control panel, and then press the [Enlarge
Display] key.
The Copy mode screen appears in Enlarge Display mode.
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Position the document to be copied.
3
Specify the desired copy settings.
– For details on positioning the document, refer to "Feeding the document"
on page 1-12.
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For details on specifying document settings, refer to page 1-14.
For details on selecting the Color setting, refer to page 2-4.
For details on selecting the Paper settings, refer to page 2-6.
For details on selecting the Zoom setting, refer to page 2-10.
For details on selecting the document and copy settings, refer to
page 2-12.
– For details on selecting a Combine setting, refer to page 2-15.
– For details on selecting Finishing settings, refer to page 2-17.
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– For details on specifying settings to not rotate the image, refer to
page 2-23.
– For details on selecting the document image quality, refer to page 2-24.
– For details on selecting a copy density setting, refer to page 2-27.
– To cancel the setting and select the default, press the [Reset] key.
Using the keypad, type in the desired number of copies.
– If the number of copies was incorrectly entered, press the [C] (clear) key
in the keypad, and then specify the correct number of copies.
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Press the [Start] key.
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Selecting a Color setting
When making copies, a Color setting can be selected.
The following Color settings are available.
Setting
Description
Auto Color
Select this setting to automatically detect whether the scanned
document is in color or in black and white, then select the
appropriate Color setting (“Full Color” or “Black”).
Full Color
Select this setting to print the copy in full color, regardless of
whether the scanned document is in color or in black and white.
2 Color
Select this setting to print all areas of the scanned document
determined to be in color with the specified color, and print all
areas determined to be black in black. (The colors used for the
areas printed in color are: red, green, cyan, blue, yellow or
magenta.)
Black
Select this setting to print the copy in black and white, regardless
of whether the scanned document is in color or in black and
white.
Follow the procedure described below to select the Color setting.
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In the Basic screen, touch [Color].
The Color screen appears.
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Select the desired Color setting.
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– To return to the main screen, touch [Main Screen].
– If the “2 Color” setting was selected, touch the button for the desired
color, and then touch [OK].
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Touch [OK].
The Basic screen appears again.
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Selecting the Paper settings
The paper size can be selected automatically according to the document size
or it can be specified manually. Specify the paper size according to the
corresponding procedure, depending on the desired copy settings.
Automatically selecting the paper size (“Auto” Paper setting)
The size of the loaded document is detected, and copies are produced using
paper of the same size.
If the “Full Size” Zoom setting was specified, paper of the same size as the
document is selected.
If the zoom ratio was increased or decreased, a paper size that corresponds
to the specified zoom ratio is automatically selected.
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The “Auto Zoom” setting and the “Auto” Paper setting cannot both be selected
at the same time. If the “Auto Paper Select” was selected at the “Auto Zoom”
setting, the Zoom screen appears. Touch the button for the desired zoom ratio.
2
Reminder
When copying after selecting a paper tray with letterhead paper selected as the
paper type, the copy speed will be slow, even with single-sided copying, since
the paper alignment operation is performed.
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In the Basic screen, touch [Paper].
The Paper screen appears.
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Touch [Auto].
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– To return to the main screen, touch [Main Screen].
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Touch [OK].
The Basic screen appears again.
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Manually selecting the desired paper size
The paper tray loaded with paper of the desired size can be selected manually.
By also selecting the Auto Zoom setting, the most appropriate zoom ratio is
selected based on the size of the loaded document and the specified paper
size.
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Note
Load the papers of the appropriate size into the paper tray in advance. For details
on loading paper, refer to the User’s Guide [Copy Operations].
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In the Basic screen, touch [Paper].
The Paper screen appears.
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Select the paper tray loaded with paper of the desired size.
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– To return to the main screen, touch [Main Screen].
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Touch [OK].
The Basic screen appears again.
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Specifying a Zoom setting
The zoom ratio can be set in order to make a copy on paper with a size
different than the document or to enlarge or reduce the size of the copy image.
The zoom ratio can be specified in any of the following ways.
Setting
Auto
Zoom*1
Description
The most appropriate zoom ratio is automatically selected based
on the size of the loaded document and the specified paper size.
Full Size
A copy that is the same size as the document (100.0%) is
produced.
Enlarge
The most suitable enlargement zoom ratios for copying from
common standard document sizes to standard paper sizes are
preset.
Reduce*2
The most suitable reduction zoom ratios for copying from
common standard document sizes to standard paper sizes are
preset.
Zoom
By using the keypad, a zoom ratio between 25.0% and 400.0%
can be typed in directly without changing the height-to-width
ratio.
Set Zoom Ratio*2*3
Programmed zoom ratios can be recalled to be used again for
copying.
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The “Auto Zoom” setting and the “Auto” Paper setting cannot both be
selected at the same time.
If the “Auto Zoom” was selected at the “Auto Paper Select” setting, the
Paper screen appears. Touch the button for the desired paper.
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When selecting a Reduce setting or a programmed zoom ratio, “Minimal”
can be selected. Touch [Minimal] to produce a copy with the original image
slightly reduced (93.0%) and centered in the paper.
The zoom ratio of the “Minimal” setting can be changed (between 90.0%
and 99.9%). For details, refer to the User’s Guide [Copy Operations].
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The programmed zoom ratios can be changed. For details, refer to the
User’s Guide [Copy Operations].
Follow the procedure described below to specify the Zoom setting.
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In the Basic screen, touch [Zoom].
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The Zoom screen appears.
2
Touch the button for the desired zoom ratio.
– To return to the main screen, touch [Main Screen].
– If “Enlarge”, “Reduce” or “Set Zoom Ratio” was selected, select the
desired zoom ratio, and then touch [OK].
– If “Zoom” was selected, use the keypad to type in the desired zoom ratio,
and then touch [OK].
– Touch [+] to enlarge the zoom ratio, and touch [-] to reduce the zoom
ratio in 0.1% increments.
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Touch [OK].
The Basic screen appears again.
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Selecting document and copy settings
The type of document and copy can be specified.
The following document and copy settings are available.
Setting
Description
1>1
Select this setting to produce single-sided copies from single-sided
documents.
1 > 2*1
Select this setting to produce one double-sided copy from two singlesided documents.
2 > 1*2
Select this setting to produce two single-sided copies from one doublesided document.
2 > 2*1*2
Select this setting to produce double-sided copies from double-sided
documents.
*1
If “1 > 2” or “2 > 2” is selected, specify the binding margin position for the
copy and the orientation of the loaded document, otherwise the copies will
not be printed as desired.
For details on specifying the document orientation, refer to "Selecting the
document orientation (Original Direction settings)" on page 1-18.
*2
If “2 > 1” or “2 > 2” is selected, select the position of the binding margin
and the orientation of the loaded document, otherwise the copies will not
be printed as desired.
For details on specifying the document orientation, refer to "Selecting the
document orientation (Original Direction settings)" on page 1-18.
For details on specifying the binding margin position of the document, refer
to "Selecting the position of the binding margin (Original Binding Position/
Binding Position settings)" on page 1-20.
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When the document is scanned from the original glass using the “1 > 2”, “2 > 1”
or “2 > 2” settings, the scanned pages are stored and printed together.
Follow the procedures described below to select document and copy settings.
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In the Basic screen, touch [Duplex/Combine].
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The Duplex/Combine screen appears.
2
Touch [Original > Copy].
– To return to the main screen, touch [Main Screen].
The Duplex Settings screen appears.
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Touch the button for the desired settings, and then touch [OK].
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– If “1 > 2” or “2 > 2” is selected, touch [Output Bind Direction], select the
binding position for the copy, and then touch [OK].
– If “Auto” is selected, the binding position is set at the top or on the left
side. The binding position is automatically determined according to the
orientation of the loaded document. If the document length is 11-11/16
inch (297 mm) or less, a binding position along the long side of the paper
is selected. If the document length is more than 11-11/16 inch (297 mm),
a binding position along the short side of the paper is selected.
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Touch [Close].
The Basic screen appears again.
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Selecting a combined copy setting
In the Basic screen, touch [Duplex/Combine].
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Two document images can be combined and printed on a single page,
reducing paper use.
The Duplex/Combine screen appears.
2
Touch [Combine].
– To return to the main screen, touch [Main Screen].
The Combine screen appears.
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Touch [2in1], and then touch [OK].
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Touch [Close].
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The Basic screen appears again.
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Various settings can be selected for sorting and finishing copies fed into the
output tray.
The following Finishing settings are available.
Setting
Description
Collate (By Set)
Select this setting to separate each set of a multi-page
document.
Group
Select this setting to separate the copies of each page in a multipage document.
Offset*1
Select this setting to feed out and sort printed copies in an
alternating crisscross pattern if the sorting conditions are met
when no finisher is installed.
Select this setting to feed out and stack the printed copies on top
of each other with each set shifted to separate it when a finisher
is installed.
Staple*2*3
Select one of these settings to bind the printed copies with
staples. “Corner” or “2 Position” can be selected.
Punch*4*5
Select one of these settings to punch holes in the copies for filing
them.
Half-Fold*6
Center Staple &
Tri-Fold*6
*1
Select this setting to fold copies in half before feeding them out.
Fold*6
Select this setting to staple copies at two places along the
center, then fold the copies in half before feeding them out.
Select this setting to fold copies in three before feeding them out.
If no finisher is installed and all of the following conditions are met, printed
copies can be fed out and sorted in an alternating crisscross pattern.
– 8-1/2 × 11 or 5-1/2 × 8-1/2-size (A4- or B5-size) paper is used.
– Paper of the same size and type is loaded with the w orientation in one
paper tray and with the v orientation in another tray.
– The “Auto” Paper setting is selected.
– The “Auto” Paper setting is not selected when the “Mixed Original”
setting is selected.
*2
If a Staple setting is selected, the “Collate (By Set)” setting is automatically
selected. The “Offset” setting cannot be selected at the same time that a
Staple setting is selected.
*3
The Staple settings are available only if the optional finisher is installed.
*4
The Punch settings are available only if punch kit is installed on optional
finisher.
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*5
The number of punched holes differ depending on the country (region)
where the unit is installed. For details, consult your technical
representative.
*6
The Half-Fold, Center Staple & Fold and Tri-Fold settings are available only
if optional finisher FS-608 is installed.
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Detail
If the post inserter has been installed on the optional finisher, the finisher can be
operated manually. For details, refer to the User’s Guide [Copy Operations].
Follow the procedures described below to select Finishing settings.
Selecting the finishing method
1
In the Basic screen, touch [Finishing].
The Finishing screen appears.
2
Select the desired Finishing settings.
– To return to the main screen, touch [Main Screen].
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Touch [OK].
The Basic screen appears again.
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In the Basic screen, touch [Finishing].
2
Touch [Staple/Punch].
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– To return to the main screen, touch [Main Screen].
The Staple/Punch screen appears.
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Touch the button for the desired settings, and then touch [Position
Setting].
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Select the desired position.
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– Touch [Auto] to automatically determine the stapling or hole-punching
position according to the orientation of the loaded document. The paper
is stapled or holes are punched along the long side of the paper if the
document length is 11-11/16 inch (297 mm) or less or along the short
side of the paper if the document length is more than 11-11/16 inch (297
mm).
When the “2 Position” Staple setting is selected
Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next two screens that appear.
Otherwise, touch [Main Screen].
The Basic screen appears again.
2
Note
The number of punched holes differs depending on the country (region) where the
unit is installed. For details, consult your technical representative.
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In the Basic screen, touch [Finishing].
2
Touch [Fold/Bind].
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Selecting a folding or binding setting
– To return to the main screen, touch [Main Screen].
The Fold/Bind screen appears.
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– To cancel the setting, touch [No].
4
Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next screen that appears.
Otherwise, touch [Main Screen].
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The Basic screen appears again.
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Copies can be printed with the image not rotated to fit the orientation of the
loaded paper.
2
Note
Depending on the paper size and zoom ratio, some parts of the image may be
lost.
Follow the procedure described below to select the setting to not rotate the
image.
%
Touch [Auto Rotate OFF].
– To cancel the setting for not rotating the image, touch [Auto Rotate OFF]
again.
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Selecting the quality of the document
Select a document quality setting. Select the setting for the document type to
better adjust the copy quality.
The following Original Type settings are available.
Setting
Description
Text
Select this setting when copying documents containing only
text.
Map
Select this setting when copying documents containing pencil
markings or fine colored lines or documents with a background
color, such as maps.
Dot Matrix Original
Select this setting when copying documents containing only text
that appears faint (such as that written with a pencil).
Copied Paper
Select this setting when copying images (documents) printed
with this machine.
Text/Photo
Select this setting when copying documents containing both text
and photos.
Photo
Select this setting when copying documents containing only
photos (halftones).
If “Text/Photo” or “Photo” is selected, the photo type can also be selected.
Setting
Description
Photo Paper
Select this setting for photos printed on photo paper.
Printed Photo
Select this setting for printed photos, such as in books or
magazines.
Follow the procedure described below to select an Original Type setting.
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Position the document to be copied.
– For details on positioning the document, refer to "Feeding the document"
on page 1-12.
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Touch the Original/Density tab.
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The Original/Density screen appears.
3
Touch [Original Type].
The Original Type screen appears.
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loaded document.
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– If “Text/Photo” or “Photo” is selected, select the photo type, and then
touch [OK].
– To return to the main screen, touch [Main Screen].
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Touch [OK].
The Original/Density screen appears again.
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The following density adjustments are available.
Parameter
Description
Density
The print image density can be adjusted to one of nine levels.
Background Removal
The density of the background color of the document can be
adjusted to one of nine levels.
Follow the procedures described below to select the density settings.
Adjusting the print density (Density settings)
1
Touch the Original/Density tab.
The Original/Density screen appears.
2
Touch [Density].
The Density screen appears.
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The copy density and the background density can be adjusted according to
the original.
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Select the desired Density setting.
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– Each time [Light] or [Dark] is touched, the density is lightened or
darkened by one level.
– To select the center setting (default setting), touch [Standard].
– To return to the main screen, touch [Main Screen].
4
Touch [OK].
The Original/Density screen appears again.
Adjusting the background density (Background Removal settings)
1
Touch the Original/Density tab.
The Original/Density screen appears.
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Touch [Background Removal].
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The Background Removal screen appears.
3
Select the desired Background Removal setting.
– Each time [Light] or [Dark] is touched, the density is lightened or
darkened by one level.
– To select the third setting from the right (default setting), touch
[Standard].
– Touch [Auto] to automatically adjust the level of the background density
according to the document being printed.
– To return to the main screen, touch [Main Screen].
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The Original/Density screen appears again.
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2.11 Selecting the Paper settings
The following procedure describes how to specify the setting for special paper
loaded into the bypass tray.
If paper other than plain paper, such as OHP transparencies or special paper,
is loaded in a paper tray, be sure to change the paper type setting for that tray.
2
Note
There are limits on the types of paper that can be loaded in a paper tray. For
details on the types of paper that can be loaded, refer to the User’s Guide [Copy
Operations].
2
Reminder
If special paper is loaded into a paper tray, be sure to select the corresponding
paper type for that tray, otherwise a paper misfeed may occur.
1
In the Basic screen, touch [Paper].
The Paper screen appears.
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Touch the button for the bypass tray, and then touch [Change
Settings].
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– To return to the main screen, touch [Main Screen].
– To specify a setting for special paper for tray 1, tray 2, tray 3, tray 4 or
optional LCT touch the button for the corresponding paper tray.
– If a setting for special paper is selected for a paper tray, that tray is not
selected automatically with the “Auto” Paper setting. However, if the
“Single Side Only” setting is selected for the paper tray, that tray is given
priority with single-sided printing.
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Select the appropriate setting for the type of special paper that is
loaded.
Touch the button for the desired paper type.
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– To print on letterheads, colored paper or envelopes, touch [↓] or [↑].
5
Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next two screens that appear.
Otherwise, touch [Main Screen].
The Basic screen appears again.
Printing double-sided copies manually
The “Duplex 2nd Side” setting is used to print double-sided copies on paper
that cannot be fed through the automatic duplex unit.
The paper to be used for printing the duplex second side can be loaded into
the bypass tray.
2
Note
A paper tray set to “Duplex 2nd Side” is not selected when the “Auto” Paper
setting is selected.
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In the Basic screen, touch [Paper].
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2
The Paper screen appears.
2
Touch the button for the bypass tray, and then touch [Change
Settings].
– To return to the main screen, touch [Main Screen].
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Touch [Paper Type].
4
Select the type of paper to be loaded and touch [Duplex 2nd Side].
5
Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next two screens that appear.
Otherwise, touch [Main Screen].
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The Basic screen appears again.
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Selecting a Paper Size setting
2
Note
For details on loading paper, refer to the User’s Guide [Copy Operations].
The paper size can be selected for the bypass tray in any of the following ways.
Setting
Description
Auto Detect*1
Select this setting to automatically detect the size of the paper loaded
into the bypass tray.
Metric Sizes*2
A metric paper size can be set so that the paper tray is used specifically
with the selected paper size.
Inch Sizes*2
A paper size in inches can be set so that the paper tray is used
specifically with the selected paper size.
Other*2
A paper size other than the preset metric and inch sizes can be set so
that the paper tray is used specifically with the selected paper size.
Custom Size*3
A custom paper size can be set so that the paper tray is used
specifically with the selected paper size.
Wide Paper*1*4
A wide paper size can be set so that the paper tray is used specifically
with the selected paper size.
*1
Settings can be specified for trays 1 and 2. In addition, [12-1/4×18 w] is
available.
*2
If paper other than the specified paper size is loaded, a paper misfeed may
occur since the paper size is not automatically detected.
*3
In order to specify a custom paper size in Enlarge Display mode, the
custom paper size must first be stored before entering Enlarge Display
mode. For details, refer to the User’s Guide [Copy Operations].
*4
By specifying paper one size larger than the document as wide paper, the
document can be copied at the center so that there is no loss of the
document image.
The following procedure describes how to specify the size of the paper loaded
into the bypass tray.
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The paper size can be specified for the tray 1, tray 2 and bypass tray.
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In the Basic screen, touch [Paper].
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The Paper screen appears.
2
Touch the button for the bypass tray, and then touch [Change
Settings].
– To return to the main screen, touch [Main Screen].
– To set the paper size for tray 1 or 2, touch the button for the
corresponding paper tray.
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Touch [Paper Size].
4
Touch either [Auto Detect] or select the desired paper size.
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– If a button other than [Auto Detect] was touched, select the desired paper
size, and then touch [OK].
5
Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next two screens that appear.
Otherwise, touch [Main Screen].
The Basic screen appears again.
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Detail
Up to 61 copy jobs, including the current copy job, can be queued.
A copy job can be reserved after scanning of the loaded document is finished.
The next job cannot be reserved while a document is being scanned.
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If the message “Ready to accept another job.” appears while printing
the current job, a document can be loaded, and copy settings can be
specified for the next copy job.
– If the “Copy Operating Screen” parameter was set to “Yes”, touch [Next
Copy Job] in the screen that appears during printing to display the Basic
screen.
– For details on positioning the document, refer to "Feeding the document"
on page 1-12.
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Press the [Start] key.
After the current job is finished, the next copy job begins.
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The settings for the next copy job can be specified and the document can be
scanned while a job is being printed so that it can be printed once the current
copy job is finished.
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2.12 Scanning the next document to be copied while a
copy job is being printed (next job reservation)
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2.13 Pausing scanning/printing
Follow the procedure described below to temporarily stop scanning the
document and stop the printing operation.
1
Press the [Stop] key while a document is being scanned or a job is
being printed.
– Scanning/printing temporarily stops.
– If a document is being scanned for a job, pressing the [Stop] key
temporarily stops scanning.
The message “Job has stopped.” appears.
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To continue all temporarily stopped jobs, press the [Start] key.
– To delete a temporarily stopped job, select the job that you wish to
delete, and then touch [Delete].
– Select only one job at a time to be deleted.
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Before printing a large number of copies, a single proof copy can first be
printed so that it can be checked. This prevents copy errors from occurring.
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When printing a proof copy, specify multiple copies.
This feature cannot be used if the “Group” setting is selected.
1
Position the document to be copied.
2
3
Select the desired copy settings.
– For details on positioning the document, refer to "Feeding the document"
on page 1-12.
Press the [Proof Copy] key.
– If the document was loaded on the original glass, touch [Finish], and then
press the [Start] key.
A single proof copy is printed.
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Check the proof copy.
– To change the copy settings, press the [C] (clear) key or the [Reset] key,
and then change the settings.
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Touch [Print].
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The remaining copies are queued as a copy job.
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General fax/scan operation
2
Note
For details on performing fax and scan operations, refer to the User’s Guide
[Network Scanner Operations], the User’s Guide [Fax Operations] and the User’s
Guide [Network Fax Operations].
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Detail
Specify the fax settings and network settings and register destinations before
entering Enlarge Display mode. For details, refer to the User’s Guide [Network
Scanner Operations], the User’s Guide [Fax Operations] and the User’s Guide
[Network Fax Operations].
For details on specifying settings and setting up the environment for using the fax
functions, refer to the User’s Guide [Fax Operations] and the User’s Guide
[Network Fax Operations].
This section contains information on the general operation for sending faxes
and scans.
1
Press the [Fax/Scan] key in the control panel, and then press the
[Enlarge Display] key.
The Fax/Scan mode screen appears in Enlarge Display mode.
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Position the document to be copied.
– For details on positioning the document, refer to page 1-12.
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– For details on specifying destinations, refer to page 3-5.
– To erase the entered destination, press the [C] (clear) key.
4
Specify the necessary scanning settings.
5
Press the [Start] key.
– For details on specifying scanning settings, refer to page 3-15.
– To cancel the setting and select the default, press the [Reset] key.
– If the machine is set to display the transmission result report screen, a
screen appears, requesting confirmation to print the transmission result
report. To print the transmission result report, touch [Yes], and then
touch [OK].
– To stop the transmission, press the [Stop] key.
– Pressing the [Stop] key during scanning temporarily stops the scan
operation.
Scanning of the document begins, and then the fax is sent.
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If the “Destination Check Display Function” parameter was set to “ON”, the
Destination Settings screen appears. Check the destinations, and then touch
[Send].
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If the machine is set to print the transmission result report, the transmission result
report is printed if the transmission could not be completed.
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Specifying a destination
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Destinations must first be registered in Utility mode. Fax transmission
destinations can also be registered. For details on registering destinations, refer
to the User’s Guide [Network Scanner Operations], the User’s Guide [Fax
Operations] and the User’s Guide [Network Fax Operations].
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Scan operations
Method
Description
Scan to E-mail
The Scan to E-Mail operation is used to send scan data to a
specified E-mail address as a file attachment.
Scan to FTP
In a network environment with a FTP server, scan data can be
sent to a specified folder in the FTP server on the network. This
function is suitable for transmitting large-sized data, such as
high-resolution data.
Scan to SMB
Scan data can be sent directly to a specific computer on the
network.
In order to perform a Scan to SMB operation, first specify shared
file settings in Windows on the computer receiving the data.
Scan to File (WebDAV) In a network environment with a WebDAV server, scan data can
be sent to a specified folder in the WebDAV server on the
network.
WebDAV is based on extended specifications of HTTP, and
therefore the security technology of HTTP can be used. These
settings ensure safer file transmission by encrypting
communication with the WebDAV server using SSL.
Fax operations
Method
Description
Fax transmission
The scan data can be sent to the fax number specified for the
destination. Color faxes cannot be sent or received.
Network Fax operations
Method
Description
Internet fax
transmission
The scan data can be sent as an E-mail attachment (TIFF format)
through an intranet (company network) or the Internet. Color
faxes cannot be sent or received.
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The scan data can be sent in any of the following ways.
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Method
Description
IP address fax
transmission
Faxes can be sent on an IP network. Scan data can be sent to
the IP address or host name specified for the destination. This
operation can only be used through an intranet. Color faxes
cannot be sent or received.
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Multiple destinations can be specified at the same time.
To send or receive faxes manually, touch [Off-Hook]. When this button is
touched, the dial tone can be heard from the speaker. For more details, refer to
the User’s Guide [Fax Operations]. This feature is not available with Internet faxing
or IP faxing. Also, if "Confirm Address (TX)" is specified in the administrator
settings, [Off-Hook] cannot be used.
The procedure for specifying the destination where scan data is to be sent is
described below.
Selecting a destination from the address book
Follow the procedure described below to select an already registered
destination.
Touch the button for the desired destination in the Address Book screen to
select a destination.
A destination can be searched for by the destination type or the destination
name.
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In the Address Book screen, touch [Other Dest.].
The Other Destinations screen appears.
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Touch the button for the desired destination type.
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– To select the index characters, touch [Next→].
– To select a destination from registered group, touch [Group]. To select all
destinations registered with the selected group, touch [Select All] in the
Group Details screen. To cancel all of the selected destinations, touch
[Reset].
– To return to the Address Book screen, touch [Main Screen].
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Touch the button for the desired destination, and then touch [OK].
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Touch [Close].
– To cancel a selection, touch the button for a selected destination again.
Selecting a destination from the job log
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Follow the procedure described below to select a destination from the job log.
2
Note
This feature is not available with Internet faxing or IP address faxing.
If "Confirm Address (TX)" is specified in the administrator settings, Job History
tab cannot be used. For details on the settings of "Confirm Address (TX)", refer to
the User's Guide [Fax Operations].
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Touch the Job History tab.
The Job History list appears.
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Select the desired destination.
– The last five destinations where a transmission was sent are displayed.
– To cancel a selection, touch the button for a selected destination again.
Selecting a destination with an LDAP search
Follow the procedure described below to search for an E-mail address
registered with the LDAP server and select the destination.
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Detail
In order to perform an LDAP search, LDAP must be enabled and an LDAP server
must be registered. For details on specifying LDAP settings, refer to the User’s
Guide [Network Scanner Operations].
If “Manual Destination Input” in Administrator mode is set to “Restrict”, the LDAP
search feature is not available. For details on specifying the setting for the
“Manual Destination Input” parameter, refer to the User’s Guide [Network
Scanner Operations]. If user authentication is applied, whether or not to accept
"Manual Destination Input" is specified for each registered user. For details on the
user registration, refer to the User's Guide [Copy Operations].
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Touch the Address Search tab.
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– If multiple LDAP servers are specified, select the server to be searched,
and then touch [OK].
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Select the search method.
– To specify a search word, touch [Search]. To specify multiple search
conditions, touch [Advanced Search].
– When there is only one LDAP server
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– When there are multiple LDAP servers
– Authentication may be necessary, depending on the LDAP server that is
specified.
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For a simple search
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The search results are displayed.
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Touch the button for the desired destination, and then touch [OK].
– To cancel a selection, touch the button for a selected destination again.
Directly typing in the number
Follow the procedure described below to directly type in the fax number or the
registration number for an address book destination during a fax transmission.
2
Note
If “Manual Destination Input” in Administrator mode is set to “Restrict”, a fax
number cannot be entered. For details on specifying the setting for the “Manual
Destination Input” parameter, refer to the User’s Guide [Fax Operations]. If user
authentication is applied, whether or not to accept "Manual Destination Input" is
specified for each registered user. For details on the user registration, refer to the
User's Guide [Copy Operations].
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The Fax Number screen appears.
Using the control panel keypad or the keypad that appears in the touch
panel, type in the fax number.
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– Otherwise, touch [Enter Registered No.], use the keypad to type in
destination registration number, and then touch [Apply].
– To specify an additional recipient, touch [Next Destination], and then
enter the number.
– To return to the Address Book screen, touch [Main Screen].
– When typing in a fax number:
[Tone]: If pulse dialing is being used, touch this button to send a pushbutton tone. This is used when a fax information service is being used.
“T” appears in the screen. If pulse dialing is being used, use [
] to
switch to a push-button tone.
[Pause]: Touch this button to insert a pause when dialing. Touch [Pause]
once to insert a 1-second pause. In addition, multiple pauses can be
entered. “P” appears in the screen. If the PBX (private branch exchange)
connection is enabled, touch [Pause] after the outside line access code
(for example, “0”) for reliable dialing when transmitting from an inside line
to an outside line. “P” appears in the screen.
[–]: Touch this button to insert the dash as separator symbol while dialing.
This has no effect on the dialing. “–” appears in the screen.
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– To change a character in the entered text, touch [←] and [→] to move the
cursor to the character to be changed, and then touch [Delete].
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Touch [OK].
– If a destination registration number is entered, touch [OK], and then
touch [OK] in the next screen that appears.
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If "Confirm Address (TX)" is specified to enter fax number directly, a screen
appears prompting you to enter the fax number again.
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Specifying scanning settings (Scan Settings)
Touch [Scan Settings] in the Fax/Scan mode screen, and then specify the
document scanning settings.
Setting
Description
1-Sided
Select this setting to scan a single-sided document.
2-Sided
Select this setting to scan a double-sided document.
Cover + 2-Sided
Select this setting to scan a document where the first page is
single-sided and the remaining pages are double-sided.
1
Touch [Scan Settings] in the Fax/Scan mode screen.
The Scan Settings screen appears.
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Select the appropriate ADF scanning method according to your document.
The following scanning methods are available.
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Simplex/Duplex
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Touch [Simplex/Duplex].
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– To return to the Address Book screen, touch [Main Screen].
The Simplex/Duplex screen appears.
3
Select the scanning method.
4
Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next screen that appears.
Otherwise, touch [Main Screen].
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Original Type
Select the appropriate Original Type setting according to your document.
Description
Text
Select this setting when scanning documents consisting only of
text. If a document containing photos is scanned using this
setting, the halftones of the photo will not be reproduced and the
entire photo will appear black.
Dot Matrix Original
Select this setting when scanning documents with faint text
(such as that written in pencil).
Copied Paper
Select this setting when scanning copied documents.
Text/Photo
Select this setting when scanning documents consisting of both
text and photos (halftones). This setting should be selected for
documents containing text and photos combined in a single
page or over multiple pages.
Photo
Select this setting when scanning documents consisting of only
photos (halftones).
If “Text/Photo” or “Photo” is selected, the photo type can also be selected.
Setting
Description
Photo Paper
Select this setting for photos printed on photo paper.
Printed Photo
Select this setting for printed photos, such as in books or
magazines.
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Touch [Scan Settings] in the Fax/Scan mode screen.
The Scan Settings screen appears.
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The following Original Type settings are available.
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Touch [Original Type].
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– To return to the Address Book screen, touch [Main Screen].
The Original Type screen appears.
3
Touch the button for the quality setting most appropriate for the
loaded document.
– If “Text/Photo” or “Photo” is selected, select the photo type, and then
touch [OK].
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3
Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next screen that appears.
Otherwise, touch [Main Screen].
Resolution
The following Resolution settings are available.
Setting
Description
200 × 100 (Standard)
Select this setting to reduce the transmission time.
200 × 200 (Fine)
Select this setting when scanning regular documents.
300 × 300 dpi
Select this setting to scan documents at a higher resolution than
that of regular documents.
400 × 400 (Super Fine) Select this setting when scanning documents with small print or
with illustrations.
600 × 600
(Ultra Fine)
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Select this setting when scanning documents with particularly
fine print or with detailed illustrations.
Touch [Scan Settings] in the Fax/Scan mode screen.
The Scan Settings screen appears.
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Select the detailedness for scanning documents.
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Touch [Resolution].
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– To return to the Address Book screen, touch [Main Screen].
The Resolution screen appears.
3
Select the resolution.
– A more finely scanned document has more information to be sent,
therefore, the transmission time increases.
– If “600 × 600 (Ultra Fine)” or “400 × 400 (Super Fine)” is selected, the fax
is sent with a resolution appropriate for the recipient’s machine if it
cannot receive a fax with the specified resolution.
– [300 × 300dpi] is not available with fax functions. "300 × 300dpi" can be
selected; however, the setting will change to "200 × 200" when the fax is
sent.
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Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next screen that appears.
Otherwise, touch [Main Screen].
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Density
Select the appropriate Density setting according to your document.
Touch [Scan Settings] in the Fax/Scan mode screen.
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The density can be adjusted to one of nine levels.
The Scan Settings screen appears.
2
Touch [Density].
– To return to the Address Book screen, touch [Main Screen].
The Density screen appears.
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Select the desired Density setting.
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– Each time [Light] or [Dark] is touched, the density is lightened or
darkened by one level.
– To select the center setting (default setting), touch [Std.].
4
Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next screen that appears.
Otherwise, touch [Main Screen].
File Type
Select the file format for saving the scan data. The following file formats are
available.
Setting
Description
PDF
Select this setting to save the data in the PDF format.
Compact PDF
Select this setting to save the data in a highly compressed PDF
format.
TIFF
Select this setting to save data in the TIFF format.
JPEG
Select this setting to save the data in the JPEG format.
XPS
Select this setting to save the data in the XPS format.
Compact XPS
Select this setting to save the data in a highly compressed XPS
format.
Some format settings for the file to be saved may not be available, depending
on the selected Color setting and fax destination.
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For fax transmissions and Internet fax transmissions, the file type is fixed to the
TIFF format.
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Touch [Scan Settings] in the Fax/Scan mode screen.
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3
The Scan Settings screen appears.
2
Touch [File Type].
– To return to the Address Book screen, touch [Main Screen].
The File Type screen appears.
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– If “Single Page” is selected under “Scan Setting”, a file is created in a
format where the data for each page can be saved when downloading.
– If “Multi Page” is selected under “Scan Setting”, a single file is created
from the entire scanned document. This setting cannot be selected when
“File Type” is set to “JPEG”.
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Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next screen that appears.
Otherwise, touch [Main Screen].
Color (Image Adjust)
Select whether the document will be scanned in color or black and white.
The following Color settings are available.
Setting
Description
Auto Color
Select this setting to automatically detect the color of the
document and scan it with the corresponding setting.
Full Color
Select this setting to scan in full color.
Gray Scale
Select this setting for documents with many halftones, such as
in black-and-white photos.
Black
Select this setting for documents with distinct black and white
areas, such as in line drawings.
Some Color settings may not be available, depending on the selected File
Type setting.
2
Note
For fax transmissions and Internet fax transmissions, the color is fixed to 2 color
of black and white.
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The Scan Settings screen appears.
Touch [Image Adjust].
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– To return to the Address Book screen, touch [Main Screen].
The Image Adjust screen appears.
3
Select the color type.
4
Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next screen that appears.
Otherwise, touch [Main Screen].
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Background Removal (Image Adjust)
1
Touch [Scan Settings] in the Fax/Scan mode screen.
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The scanning density of the document background can be adjusted. When
documents printed on colored paper are scanned in color, the background
may become black. In that case, the density of the background can be
adjusted.
The Scan Settings screen appears.
2
Touch [Image Adjust].
– To return to the Address Book screen, touch [Main Screen].
The Image Adjust screen appears.
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Touch [Background Removal].
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The Background Removal screen appears.
4
Adjust the density as desired.
– Each time [Light] or [Dark] is touched, the density is lightened or
darkened by one level.
– To select the third setting from the right (default setting), touch
[Standard].
– Touch [Auto] to automatically adjust the level of the background density
according to the document being copied.
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Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next two screens that appear.
Otherwise, touch [Main Screen].
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Scan Size
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Specify the size of paper to be scanned. The scan size can be specified with
any of the following methods.
Settings
Description
Auto
Select this setting to detect the size of the first page in the loaded
document.
Metric Sizes
Select a preset paper size (such as A4 or B5) and orientation.
Inch Sizes
Select a preset paper size and orientation in inch sizes.
Other
Select a preset paper size and orientation in a size other than
metric or inch sizes.
1
Touch [Scan Settings] in the Fax/Scan mode screen.
The Scan Settings screen appears.
2
Touch [Scan Size].
– To return to the Address Book screen, touch [Main Screen].
The Scan Size screen appears.
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Select the desired size and orientation.
– If a button other than [Auto] was touched, select the desired paper size,
and then touch [OK].
4
Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next screen that appears.
Otherwise, touch [Main Screen].
Original Settings
Select the binding position and orientation of the document.
Parameter
Description
Original Direction
Select the orientation of the document. After the document is
scanned, the data is processed so that it is correctly oriented.
For details on selecting the document orientation, refer to
"Selecting the document orientation (Original Direction settings)"
on page 1-18.
Binding Position
Select the binding position, for example, when holes are
punched in the document or the document is stapled. In addition,
specify the binding position when a double-sided document is
loaded.
This adjusts the scan of double-sided documents so that the
binding position is not reversed.
Left: Select this setting for a document with a binding margin on
the left side.
Top: Select this setting for a document with a binding margin at
the top.
Auto: The binding margin is on the long side if the page is 11-11/
16 inch (297 mm) or less, or it is on the short side if the page is
more than 11-11/16 inch (297 mm).
These functions can be used together.
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Note
1
Touch [Scan Settings] in the Fax/Scan mode screen.
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[Original Direction] is not available with fax function.
The Scan Settings screen appears.
2
Touch [Original Settings].
– To return to the Address Book screen, touch [Main Screen].
The Original Settings screen appears.
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Select the document settings.
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– Touching [Original Direction] displays the Original Direction screen.
Touch the button for the desired orientation, and then touch [OK].
– Touching [Binding Position] displays the Binding Position screen. Touch
the button for the desired document binding position, and then touch
[OK].
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Touch [Close], and then touch [OK] in the next screen that appears.
Otherwise, touch [Main Screen].
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Using a program
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“Program” refers to the set of destinations and scan settings that are
registered together. These are convenient for frequently sending
transmissions with the same settings. The following procedure describes how
to send data by selecting a program that has been registered in advance.
2
Note
If no destinations are registered with programs, destinations cannot be selected.
For details on registering programs, refer to the User’s Guide [Network Scanner
Operations], the User’s Guide [Fax Operations] and the User’s Guide [Network
Fax Operations].
1
With the Fax/Scan mode screen displayed, press the [Mode Memory]
key.
The Recall Scan/Fax Program screen appears.
2
Touch the button for the desired program.
– Touch [Page List] to select the page of programs to be displayed.
– Touch [←Previous Page] or [Next Page→] to display the previous or next
page of programs.
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– To scroll through the page, touch [↑] or [↓].
– To cancel the setting, touch the button again to deselect it.
– Only one program can be selected.
– To specify multiple destinations, add a destination. For details, refer to
"Specifying a destination" on page 3-5.
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Touch [OK] or [Main Screen].
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3.5
Checking the destinations
1
In the Fax/Scan mode screen, touch [Dest. Settings].
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The specified destinations can be checked. In addition, destinations can be
removed or their information can be checked.
The Destination Settings screen appears, and the specified destinations can
be checked.
2
Select the desired destination from the list of destinations.
– To return to the Address Book screen, touch [Main Screen].
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Touch [Details], and then check the destination details.
– To delete a destination, select a destination, and then touch [Delete] to
display a message requesting confirmation to delete the destination.
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Chapter 4
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Logging on and
logging off
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4
Logging on and logging off
4.1
When a logon screen appears
2
Note
Chapter 4
When the screen to enter the user name appears
Logging on and logging off
For details, refer to the User’s Guide [Copy Operations].
If user authentication settings have been applied, this machine can only be
used by users who enter their user name and password. When the following
screen appears, type in the user name and password.
If the message “Enter User Name and password, and then touch [Login] or
press the [Access] key.” appears, user authentication settings have been
specified on this machine.
For a user name and password, contact the machine’s administrator.
1
Touch [User Name].
– The screen that appears differs depending on the Authentication method
settings in the Administrator Settings.
– If an authentication unit (biometric type) has been installed, place your
finger on the authentication unit (biometric type) to display the Basic
screen. For details on performing authentication using the authentication
unit (biometric type) and registering information, refer to the User’s Guide
[Copy Operations] or the manual included with the authentication unit
(biometric type).
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– If the authentication unit (IC card type) has been installed, place the IC
card on the authentication unit (IC card type) to complete authentication
and display the Basic screen. For details on performing authentication
using the authentication unit (IC card type) and registering information,
refer to the User’s Guide [Copy Operations] or the manual included with
the authentication unit (IC card type).
– If [User Name List] appears, the desired user name can be selected from
the list. Touch [User Name List], touch the button for the desired user
name to select it, and then touch [OK]. Continue with step 3.
– If “Public User Access” on the General Settings screen is set to “Allow”,
users with no access to a user name and password can touch [Public
User Access] to use this machine.
– If external server authentication was selected as the user authentication
method, [Server Name] appears. Touch [Server Name], and then select
the desired server.
2
Using the control panel keypad or the keyboard that appears in the
touch panel, type in the user name, and then touch [OK].
– Touch [Shift] to change the characters that are displayed.
– To change a character in the entered text, touch [←] and [→] to move the
cursor to the character to be changed, touch [Delete], and then type in
the desired letter or number.
– To clear all entered text, press the [C] (clear) key.
– To revert to the previously entered text, touch [Undo].
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4
Touch [Password].
4
Using the control panel keypad or the keyboard that appears in the
touch panel, type in the password, and then touch [OK].
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– To return to the main screen without changing the settings, touch
[Cancel].
5
Touch [Login] or press the [Access] key.
– If account track settings have been applied in Administrator mode, the
account track screen appears. However, if “Synchronize User
Authentication & Account Track” in Administrator mode has been set to
“Synchronize”, the account track screen does not appear if the users and
accounts are synchronized.
The Basic screen appears.
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4
When you are finished performing the desired operations, press the
[Access] key.
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A message appears, requesting confirmation to log off.
Touch [Yes], and then touch [OK].
The main screen appears again.
When the screen to enter the account name and password appears
If the message “Enter Account Name and password, and then touch [Login] or
press the [Access] key.” appears, account track settings have been specified
on this machine.
If account track settings have been applied, this machine can only be used by
users who enter their account name and password. When the following screen
appears, type in the account name and password.
For an account name and password, contact the machine’s administrator.
!
Detail
If “Account Track Input Method” in Administrator mode was set to “Password
Only”, log on is possible by only entering the password. For details, refer to the
User’s Guide [Copy Operations].
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Touch [Account Name].
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– The screen that appears differs depending on the Authentication method
settings in the Administrator Settings.
2
Using the control panel keypad or the keyboard that appears in the
touch panel, type in the account name, and then touch [OK].
– Touch [Shift] to change the characters that are displayed.
– To change a character in the entered text, touch [←] and [→] to move the
cursor to the character to be changed, touch [Delete], and then type in
the desired letter or number.
– To clear all entered text, press the [C] (clear) key.
– To revert to the previously entered text, touch [Undo].
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Touch [Password].
4
Using the control panel keypad or the keyboard that appears in the
touch panel, type in the password, and then touch [OK].
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4
– To return to the main screen without changing the settings, touch
[Cancel].
5
Touch [Login] or press the [Access] key.
The Basic screen appears.
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When you are finished performing the desired operations, press the
[Access] key.
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A message appears, requesting confirmation to log off.
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Touch [Yes], and then touch [OK].
– The original screen appears again. The screen that appears differs
depending on the Administrator mode settings that have been specified.
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2007
Printed in China
2007.11
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