Furuno 1742 Radar Detector User Manual

Operating Instructions
Copy/Document Server
Reference
1
Placing Originals
2
Copying
3
Document Server
4
Appendix
Read this manual carefully before you use this machine and keep it handy for future reference. For safe and correct use, be sure to read the
Safety Information in "About This Machine" before using the machine.
Introduction
This manual contains detailed instructions and notes on the operation and use of this machine. For your
safety and benefit, read this manual carefully before using the machine. Keep this manual in a handy
place for quick reference.
Important
Contents of this manual are subject to change without prior notice. In no event will the company be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages as a result of handling or operating the machine.
Notes:
Some illustrations in this manual might be slightly different from the machine.
Certain options might not be available in some countries. For details, please contact your local dealer.
Caution:
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified in this manual
might result in hazardous radiation exposure.
Notes:
The model names of the machines do not appear in the following pages. Check the type of your machine before reading this manual. (For details, see “Machine Types”, About This Machine.)
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Type 1: MP C2500/Aficio MP C2500/ISC 2525
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Type 2: MP C3000/Aficio MP C3000/ISC 3030
Certain types might not be available in some countries. For details, please contact your local dealer.
Depending on which country you are in, certain units may be optional. For details, please contact your
local dealer.
Two kinds of size notation are employed in this manual. With this machine refer to the metric version.
For good copy quality, the supplier recommends that you use genuine toner from the supplier.
The supplier shall not be responsible for any damage or expense that might result from the use of parts
other than genuine parts from the supplier with your office products.
Manuals for This Machine
Refer to the manuals that are relevant to what you want to do with the machine.
❖ About This Machine
Be sure to read the Safety Information in this manual before using the machine.
This manual provides an introduction to the functions of the machine. It also
explains the control panel, preparation procedures for using the machine,
how to enter text, and how to install the CD-ROMs provided.
❖ General Settings Guide
Explains User Tools settings, and Address Book procedures such as registering fax numbers, e-mail addresses, and user codes. Also refer to this manual
for explanations on how to connect the machine.
❖ Troubleshooting
Provides a guide to solving common problems, and explains how to replace
paper, toner, staples, and other consumables.
❖ Security Reference
This manual is for administrators of the machine. It explains security functions that the administrators can use to protect data from being tampered, or
prevent the machine from unauthorized use. Also refer to this manual for the
procedures for registering administrators, as well as setting user and administrator authentication.
❖ Copy/ Document Server Reference
Explains Copier and Document Server functions and operations. Also refer to
this manual for explanations on how to place originals.
❖ Facsimile Reference
Explains Facsimile functions and operations.
❖ Printer Reference
Explains Printer functions and operations.
❖ Scanner Reference
Explains Scanner functions and operations.
❖ Network Guide
Explains how to configure and operate the machine in a network environment, and use the software provided.
This manual covers all models, and includes descriptions of functions and
settings that might not be available on this machine. Images, illustrations, and
information about operating systems that are supported might also differ
slightly from those of this machine.
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❖ Other manuals
• Quick Reference Copy Guide
• Quick Reference Fax Guide
• Quick Reference Printer Guide
• Quick Reference Scanner Guide
• PostScript3 Supplement
• UNIX Supplement
• Manuals for DeskTopBinder Lite
• DeskTopBinder Lite Setup Guide
• DeskTopBinder Introduction Guide
• Auto Document Link Guide
Note
❒ Manuals provided are specific to machine types.
❒ Adobe Acrobat Reader/Adobe Reader must be installed in order to view the
manuals as PDF files.
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What You Can Do with This Machine
<Colour Functions/Colour Adjustments>
Colour Copying
You can switch the colour copy mode depending on the type of originals used
and the desired finish.
See p.41 “Selecting a Colour Mode”.
❖ Full Colour Copy
Copies using four colours: yellow, magenta, cyan and black.
AMF033S
❖ Black/White Copy
Copies in black and white even if the original is coloured.
AMF034S
❖ Convert Colours
See p.42 “Convert Colours”.
Copies by changing a specific colour in the original to another colour.
AMF038S
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❖ Erase Specified Colour
See p.43 “Erase Colour”.
Copies by deleting a specific colour in the original.
AMF039S
❖ Colour Background
See p.44 “Colour Background”.
Copies by adding a colour to the whole page.
AMF040S
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Stamping on Copies
Copies with the date, page numbers, etc. The stamp colour can be yellow, red,
cyan, magenta, green, blue, and black.
AMF041S
Printed inserts types:
❖ Background Numbering
See p.106 “Background Numbering”.
❖ Preset Stamp
See p.107 “Preset Stamp”.
❖ User Stamp
See p.109 “User Stamp”.
❖ Date Stamp
See p.114 “Date Stamp”.
❖ Page Numbering
See p.118 “Page Numbering”.
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Adjusting Colours
See p.48 “Colour Adjustment”.
❖ Primary Colours
AMA013S
Colours can be created by combining the 3 primary colours: yellow, magenta
and cyan. Black can be made by combining yellow, magenta and cyan, however, as there might be some slight differences, “black”will be expressed using a black toner.
❖ Adjust Colour
Adjusts the specific colours (yellow, red, magenta, blue, cyan and green) by
mixing them with adjacent colours in the colour circle.
See p.48 “Colour Adjustment”.
AMA014S
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❖ Colour Balance
Adjusts the overall colour tone of copies.
See p.45 “Colour Balance”.
AMA015S
Adjusting Images
See p.49 “Image Adjustment”.
❖ Sharp/Soft
Adjust the outline of the image.
See p.50 “Adjusting the sharpness/softness”.
AMA016S
❖ Contrast
Adjust the shades of the image.
See p.51 “Adjusting the contrast”.
AMA017S
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❖ Background Density
Adjust the background density of the image.
See p.51 “Adjusting the background density”.
AMA018S
❖ Other Adjustments
• Adjust U.C.R.
See p.52 “Adjusting the U.C.R”.
• Text/Photo Sensitivity
See p.52 “Adjusting the Text/Photo sensitivity”.
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What You Can Do with This Machine
Functions differ depending on machine type and options.
Reference
See p.3 “Functions Requiring Optional Configurations”.
Types of Duplex Copies
❖ 1 Sided 2 Pages → 2 Sided 1 Page
See p.82 “Duplex”.
❖ 2 Sided 1 Page → 2 Sided 1 Page
See p.82 “Duplex”.
❖ 1 Sided 4 Pages → Combine 2 Sided 1 Page
See p.88 “Two-Sided Combine”.
GCSHVY9J
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❖ 1 Sided 8 Pages → Combine 2 Sided 1 Page
See p.88 “Two-Sided Combine”.
GCSHVYAE
1 Front
2 Back
❖ 2 Sided 16 Pages → Combine 2 Sided 1 Page
See p.88 “Two-Sided Combine”.
GCSHVY5E
1 Front
2 Back
❖ 2 Sided 2 Pages → Combine 2 Sided 1 Page
See p.88 “Two-Sided Combine”.
GCSHVY1E
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❖ 2 Sided 4 Pages → Combine 2 Sided 1 Page
See p.88 “Two-Sided Combine”.
GCSHVY2E
1 Front
2 Back
❖ 2 Sided 8 Pages → Combine 2 Sided 1 Page
See p.88 “Two-Sided Combine”.
GCSHVY6E
1 Front
2 Back
❖ Bound Originals → 2 Sided 1 Page
See p.93 “Booklet/Magazine”.
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❖ Front & Back Bound Originals → 2 Sided Pages
See p.93 “Booklet/Magazine”.
Copying Book Originals
❖ 1 Sided 4 Pages → Booklet
See p.93 “Booklet/Magazine”.
• Open to left
GCBOOK0E
• Open to right
GCBOOK1E
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❖ 2 Sided 2 Pages → Booklet
See p.93 “Booklet/Magazine”.
• Open to left
GCAH010E
• Open to right
GCAH020E
❖ 1 Sided → Magazine
See p.93 “Booklet/Magazine”.
• Open to left
GCBOOK3E
• Open to right
GCBOOK4E
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❖ 2 Sided → Magazine
See p.93 “Booklet/Magazine”.
• Open to left
GCAH030E
• Open to right
GCAH040E
Combining Multiple Pages onto a Single Page
See p.86 “One-Sided Combine”.
❖ 1 Sided 2 Pages → Combine 1 Sided 1 Page
GCSHVY7E
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❖ 1 Sided 4 Pages → Combine 1 Sided 1 Page
GCSHVY8J
❖ 1 Sided 8 Pages → Combine 1 Sided 1 Page
GCSHVY3J
❖ 2 Sided 1 Page → Combine 1 Sided 1 Page
GCSHVYOJ
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❖ 2 Sided 2 Pages → Combine 1 Sided 1 Page
GCSHVYBJ
❖ 2 Sided 4 Pages → Combine 1 Sided 1 Page
GCSHVY4J
Copying Originals Such as Books
❖ Bound Originals → 1 Sided 2 Pages
See p.91 “Series Copies”.
CP2B0100
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❖ Bound Originals → 2 Sided 1 Page
See p.93 “Booklet/Magazine”.
❖ Front & Back Bound Originals → 2 Sided Pages
See p.93 “Booklet/Magazine”.
Copying 2-Sided Pages onto 1-Sided Pages
See p.91 “Series Copies”.
❖ 2 Sided 1 Page → 1 Sided 2 Pages
CP2B0200
Copying onto Thick Paper
❖ Copying onto Thick Paper
See p.39 “When copying onto Thick Paper”.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Manuals for This Machine ......................................................................................i
What You Can Do with This Machine <Colour Functions/Colour Adjustments>...iii
Colour Copying ......................................................................................................... iii
Stamping on Copies................................................................................................... v
Adjusting Colours ...................................................................................................... vi
Adjusting Images...................................................................................................... vii
What You Can Do with This Machine..................................................................ix
Types of Duplex Copies ............................................................................................ ix
Copying Book Originals............................................................................................ xii
Combining Multiple Pages onto a Single Page ....................................................... xiv
Copying Originals Such as Books........................................................................... xvi
Copying 2-Sided Pages onto 1-Sided Pages..........................................................xvii
Copying onto Thick Paper.......................................................................................xvii
Notice ......................................................................................................................1
How to Read This Manual .....................................................................................2
Symbols .....................................................................................................................2
Functions Requiring Optional Configurations....................................................3
Display ....................................................................................................................4
Simplified Display.......................................................................................................5
User Tools Menu (Copier and Document Server Features) ...............................6
1. Placing Originals
Originals ...............................................................................................................11
Sizes and Weights of Recommended Originals.......................................................11
Sizes Detectable by the Auto Paper Select .............................................................12
Missing image area ..................................................................................................14
Placing Originals..................................................................................................15
Original Orientation ..................................................................................................15
Placing Originals on the Exposure Glass.................................................................17
Placing Originals in the Auto Document Feeder ......................................................17
Batch mode ..............................................................................................................19
SADF mode..............................................................................................................20
Mixed size mode ...................................................................................................... 21
Original size .............................................................................................................22
2. Copying
Basic Procedure...................................................................................................25
Interrupt Copy ..........................................................................................................26
Left Original Beeper .................................................................................................27
Job Preset ................................................................................................................27
Job List ................................................................................................................. 29
Job List screen ......................................................................................................... 29
Checking jobs in the print queue..............................................................................31
Changing the order of jobs.......................................................................................31
Holding print jobs .....................................................................................................32
Deleting jobs ............................................................................................................32
Checking Job History ...............................................................................................33
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Copying from the Bypass Tray...........................................................................34
When copying onto Regular Size Paper ..................................................................36
When copying onto Custom Size Paper ..................................................................37
When copying onto OHP Transparencies or Thin Paper .........................................38
When copying onto Thick Paper ..............................................................................39
When Copying onto Envelopes................................................................................40
Colour Functions .................................................................................................41
Selecting a Colour Mode..........................................................................................41
Convert Colours .......................................................................................................42
Erase Colour ............................................................................................................43
Colour Background ..................................................................................................44
Colour Balance......................................................................................................... 45
Colour Balance Program..........................................................................................46
Colour Adjustment....................................................................................................48
Image Adjustment ....................................................................................................49
User Colour ..............................................................................................................53
Copier Functions .................................................................................................57
Adjusting Copy Image Density .................................................................................57
Selecting the Original Type Setting.......................................................................... 59
Selecting Copy Paper ..............................................................................................60
Preset Reduce/Enlarge ............................................................................................63
Zoom ........................................................................................................................65
Auto Reduce/Enlarge ...............................................................................................66
Size Magnification ....................................................................................................68
Directional Magnification (%) ...................................................................................69
Directional Size Magnification (mm).........................................................................71
Sort........................................................................................................................... 72
Stack ........................................................................................................................76
Staple ....................................................................................................................... 77
Punch ....................................................................................................................... 80
Duplex ......................................................................................................................82
One-Sided Combine.................................................................................................86
Two-Sided Combine.................................................................................................88
Series Copies...........................................................................................................91
Booklet/Magazine.....................................................................................................93
Margin Adjustment ...................................................................................................99
Erase......................................................................................................................100
Background Numbering ......................................................................................... 106
Preset Stamp .........................................................................................................107
User Stamp ............................................................................................................109
Date Stamp ............................................................................................................114
Page Numbering .................................................................................................... 118
Image Repeat.........................................................................................................123
Double Copies........................................................................................................126
Centring.................................................................................................................. 127
Positive/Negative ...................................................................................................129
Mirror......................................................................................................................130
Covers....................................................................................................................131
Designate ...............................................................................................................132
Chapters.................................................................................................................134
Slip Sheets .............................................................................................................135
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Storing Data in the Document Server ..............................................................137
Programs ............................................................................................................139
Storing a Program ..................................................................................................139
Changing a Stored Program ..................................................................................140
Deleting a Program ................................................................................................141
Recalling a Program...............................................................................................141
Programming Defaults in Initial Display .................................................................142
3. Document Server
Relationship between Document Server and Other Functions .....................143
Document Server Display ...................................................................................... 144
Simplified Display...................................................................................................145
Preview Display......................................................................................................146
Using the Document Server.............................................................................. 147
Storing Data ...........................................................................................................147
Changing User Name, File Name or Password of a Stored Document .................152
Checking the Details of a Stored Document .......................................................... 153
Searching for a Stored Document..........................................................................154
Printing a Stored Document ...................................................................................156
Deleting a Document..............................................................................................162
Displaying a Document in Document Server with Web Image Monitor..................163
Downloading Stored Documents............................................................................164
4. Appendix
Function Compatibility ......................................................................................165
Supplementary Informations ............................................................................167
INDEX....................................................................................................... 178
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Notice
Do not copy or print any item for which reproduction is prohibited by law.
Copying or printing the following items is generally prohibited by local law:
bank notes, revenue stamps, bonds, stock certificates, bank drafts, checks, passports, driver's licenses.
The preceding list is meant as a guide only and is not inclusive. We assume no
responsibility for its completeness or accuracy. If you have any questions concerning the legality of copying or printing certain items, consult with your legal
advisor.
The colour samples in this manual may differ slightly from the colours of actual
copies.
Colours on colour keys or the colour circle may differ slightly from the colours
of actual copies.
This machine is equipped with a function that prevents making counterfeit bank
bills. Due to this function the original images similar to bank bills may not be
copied properly.
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How to Read This Manual
Note
❒ For proper use of this product, be sure to read About This Machine first.
❒ Supplementary information about the copier mode is described in “Supplementary Information”.
Reference
See p.167 “Supplementary Informations”.
Symbols
This manual uses the following symbols:
Indicates important safety notes.
Ignoring these notes could result in serious injury or death. Be sure to read these
notes. They can be found in the “Safety Information” section of About This Machine.
Indicates important safety notes.
Ignoring these notes could result in moderate or minor injury, or damage to the
machine or to property. Be sure to read these notes. They can be found in the
“Safety Information” section of About This Machine.
Indicates points to pay attention to when using the machine, and explanations
of likely causes of paper misfeeds, damage to originals, or loss of data. Be sure
to read these explanations.
Indicates supplementary explanations of the machine's functions, and instructions on resolving user errors.
This symbol is located at the end of sections. It indicates where you can find further relevant information.
[]
Indicates the names of keys that appear on the machine's display panel.
{}
Indicates the names of keys on the machine's control panel.
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Functions Requiring Optional
Configurations
Certain functions require special machine configuration and extra options as follows:
Stack: Internal Shift Tray, 500-sheet finisher, 1000-sheet finisher or booklet finisher
Staple: 500-sheet finisher, 1000-sheet finisher or booklet finisher
Staple (Booklet): booklet finisher
Punch: booklet finisher, Punch kit
Note
❒ The bridge unit and paper tray unit are required when you install the finisher.
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Display
The function items displayed serve as selector keys. You can select or specify an
item by lightly pressing them.
When you select or specify an item on the display panel, it is highlighted like
. Keys appearing as
cannot be used.
❖ Initial copy display
AMG032S
1. Original function, Image Density
and Special Original function.
2. Operational status and messages.
3. You can register up to three frequently used reduce/enlarge ratios
other than the fixed reduce/enlarge
ratios. See “Shortcut R/E”, General
Settings Guide.
4. Numbers of originals scanned
into memory, copies set, and copies
made.
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5. Displays contents of the Shortcut
keys. You can register frequently
used functions in these keys. See
“Customize: Copier Function Key”,
General Settings Guide.
6. Sort, Stack, Staple functions.
7. Displays available functions.
Press a function name to display its
menu. For example, press [Reduce /
Enlarge] to bring up the Reduce/Enlarge menu.
8. A clip mark indicates the currently selected function.
Simplified Display
This section explains how to use the “Simplified Display” and introduces its
keys.
You can view the simplified display from the Copier's initial screen by pressing
the {Simplified Display} key.
The simplified display contains main functions only.
Enlarged characters and keys make for easier operation.
AMG073S
❖ Simplified Copier Screen
AMG033S
1. [Key Colour]
Use this to intensify the screen contrast
by changing the colour of the keys.
Not available on the copier default
screen.
Note
❒ Press the {Simplified Display} key again to return to the copier default screen.
❒ The simplified display screen does not contain every available key.
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User Tools Menu (Copier and Document
Server Features)
This section describes items that can be specified on the copier initial screen.
Copier initial screen can be displayed by pressing the {User Tools/Counter} key.
For details about how to set up these items, see General Settings Guide.
❖ General Features
Item
Description
Auto Image Density Prior- Set this function to use Auto Image Density when the power is
ity
turned on, or modes cleared.
Original Type Priority
You can select the original type effective when the power is turned
on, or modes cleared.
Original Photo Type Priority When you select “Text / Photo” or “Photo” in “Original Type Priority”, you can change the settings of the selected original type.
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Original Type Display
You can have the original types shown on the initial display.
Paper Display
You can choose to have the available paper trays and sizes shown
on the initial display.
Original Orientation in
Duplex Mode
You can set the original orientation when making two-sided copies.
Copy Orientation in Duplex Mode
You can set the copy orientation when making two-sided copies.
Max. Copy Quantity
You can set the maximum copy quantity.
Auto Tray Switching
If you load paper of the same size in two or more trays, the machine automatically shifts to the other when the first tray runs out
of paper (when Auto Paper Select is selected.) This function is
called “Auto Tray Switching”. This setting specifies whether to
use Auto Tray Switching or not.
Tone: Original Remains
The beeper (key tone) sounds if you forget to remove originals after copying.
Job End Call
You can choose to have the beeper sound when copying is complete.
Customize: Copier Funciton Key
You can assign frequently used functions to function keys F1 to
F6.
Customize: Document
Server Storage Key
You can register frequently used functions to the Copy Function
Keys of F1 to F6. You can also change the registered functions.
❖ Reproduction Ratio
Item
Description
Shortcut R / E
You can register up to three frequently used Reduce/Enlarge ratios other than the fixed Reduce/Enlarge ratio and have them
shown on the initial display. You can also change registered Reduce/ Enlarge ratios.
R / E Ratio
You can select a key to specify the reproduction ratio.
R / E Ratio Priority
Specify prioritized enlargement and reduction ratios by pressing
[Reduce / Enlarge].
Ratio for Create Margin
You can set a Reduce/Enlarge ratio when registering Create Margin in a shortcut key.
❖ Edit
Item
Description
Front Margin: Left / Right
You can specify left and right margins on the front side of copies
using the Margin Adjustment function.
Back Margin: Left / Right
You can specify left and right margins on the back side of copies
using the Margin Adjustment function.
Front Margin: Top / Bottom
You can specify top and bottom margins on the front side of copies using the Margin Adjustment function.
Back Margin: Top / Bottom
You can specify top and bottom margins on the back side of copies
using the Margin Adjustment function.
1 Sided → 2 Sided Auto
Margin: TtoT
When using the 1 sided → 2 sided Duplex function, you can specify margins on the back side.
1 Sided → 2 Sided Auto
Margin: TtoB
When using the 1 sided → 2 sided Duplex function, you can specify margins on the back side.
Erase Border Width
You can specify the width of erased border margins using this function.
Erase Original Shadow in
Combine
In Combine Copy or Booklet/Magazine Copy mode, you can
specify whether to erase a 3 mm, 0.1” bounding margin around all
four edges of each original.
Erase Centre Width
You can specify the width of the erased centre margins using this function.
Front Cover Copy in Com- You can make a combined copy on the front cover sheet when you
bine
select the Front Cover function.
Copy Order in Combine
You can set the copy order when using the Combine function to
Left to Right or Top to Bottom.
Orientation: Booklet, Mag- You can select the orientation of copies to open when using Bookazine
let or Magazine function.
Copy on Designating Page
in Combine
You can make a combined copy on the inserted slip sheets when
using the Desig./Chapter Copy function.
Image Repeat Separation
Line
You can select a separation line using the Image Repeat function
from: None, Solid, Broken A, Broken B, or Crop Marks.
Double Copies Separation
Line
You can select a separation line using the Double Copies function
from: None, Solid, Broken A, Broken B, or Crop Marks.
Separation Line in Combine
You can select a separation line using the Combine function from:
None, Solid, Broken A, Broken B, or Crop Marks.
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❖ Stamp
Item
Description
Background Numbering
Size
You can set the size of the numbers.
Density
You can set the density of the numbers.
Stamp Colour
You can set the colour of the numbers.
Preset Stamp
Stamp Language
You can select the language of the stamp.
Stamp Priority
You can select the stamp type given priority when [Preset Stamp]
is pressed.
Stamp Format
You can adjust the stamp printing quality (“COPY”, “URGENT”,
“PRIORITY”, “For Your Info.”, “PRELIMINARY”, “For Internal
Use Only”, “CONFIDENTIAL”, “DRAFT”).
Stamp Colour
You can specify the stamp printing colour (“COPY”, “URGENT”,
“PRIORITY”, “For Your Info.”, “PRELIMINARY”, “For Internal
Use Only”, “CONFIDENTIAL”, “DRAFT”).
User Stamp
Program / Delete Stamp
You can register, change, or delete these user stamp designs.
Stamp Format: 1 to 4
You can set the position where the stamp is printed.
Stamp Colour
Sets the colour registered in User Stamp colour (1 to 4).
Date Stamp
Format
You can select the date format for the Date Stamp function.
Font
You can select the Date Stamp font.
Size
You can set the Date Stamp size.
Superimpose
You can have the Date Stamp printed in white where it overlaps
black parts of the image.
Stamp Colour
You can set the selected priority colour when printing the date.
Stamp Setting
You can have the date printed on the first page or all pages.
Page Numbering
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Stamp Format
You can select the page number format given priority when [Page
Numbering] is pressed.
Font
You can select the page number font.
Size
You can set the size of the page number.
Duplex Back Page Stamping Position
You can set the position of the duplex back page number printed
using the Duplex function.
Page Numbering in Combine
You can set page numbering when using the Combine and Page
Numbering function together.
Stamp on Designating Slip
Sheet
You can print the page number onto slip sheets when using the
Designate function and the Page Numbering function together.
Stamp Position:P1,P2...
You can set the position where the stamp is printed.
Stamp Position:1/5,2/5...
You can set the position where the stamp is printed.
Item
Description
Stamp Position:-1-,-2-...
You can set the position where the stamp is printed.
Stamp Position:P.1,P.2...
You can set the position where the stamp is printed.
Stamp Position:1,2...
You can set the position where the stamp is printed.
Stamp Position:1-1,1-2...
You can set the position where the stamp is printed.
Stamp Position:Page
1,Page 2...
You can set the position where the stamp is printed.
Superimpose
You can have page numbers printed in white where they overlap
black parts of the image.
Stamp Colour
You can set the selected priority colour when printing the date.
Page Numbering Initial
Letter
You can select the page numbering initial letter between “P.1,
P.2.../P.1, P.2...” and “S1, S2.../S.1, S.2...”.
❖ Input / Output
Item
Description
Switch to Batch
You can select to have the Batch or SADF function displayed when
you press [Special Original].
SADF Auto Reset
When you set one original at a time in the ADF, the Auto Feed indicator lights for a specified time after an original is fed, to show
the ADF is ready for another original.
Rotate Sort: Auto Paper
Continue
You can continue copying when paper of the required orientation
has run out during rotate-sorting.
This item becomes active when [With Image Rotation] of [Auto Tray
Switching] under [With Image Rotation] is selected.
Memory Full Auto Scan
Restart
If memory becomes full while scanning originals, the machine
will copy the scanned originals first, and then automatically proceed scanning remaining originals. You can enable or disable this
function.
Letterhead Setting
If you select [Yes] for this function, the machine rotates images
correctly.
Staple Position
You can select a key to appear preferentially for staple on the initial screen.
Punch Type
You can select a key to appear preferentially for punch on the initial screen.
Simplified Screen: Finishing Types
You can select a key to appear preferentially for finishing on the
simple screen.
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❖ Adjust Colour Image
Item
Description
Background Density of
ADS (Full Colour)
The background density is adjusted to skip the texture and copy.
You can adjust the background density up to 5 levels when in Full
Colour.
Colour Sensitivity
You can adjust the colour specified to convert in “Colour Convert” and the colour specified for “Erase Colour”, in 5 levels.
A.C.S. Sensitivity
This 5-step setting determines the level of the standard used for
discriminating between black & white originals and full colour
originals when “Auto Colour Select” is selected.
A.C.S. Priority
This setting determines the copy priority between “Black &
White” and “Full Colour” when “Auto Colour Select” is selected.
❖ Administrator Tools
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Item
Description
Menu Protect
You can prevent unauthenticated users from changing the user
tools settings.
1. Placing Originals
This chapter describes the types of originals you can set and how to place originals.
Originals
This section describes the types of originals that can be placed, paper sizes that
are automatically detected, and missing image area.
Note
❒ As the colour of markers or highlighters is difficult to reproduce, the copy
might not come out depending on the colour or a different colour might be
copied.
Sizes and Weights of Recommended Originals
The following describes recommended paper sizes and non-recommended originals for the ADF:
❖ Metric version
Where original is
placed
Original size
Original weight
Exposure glass
Up to A3
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ADF
One-sided originals:A3L - B5 JIS (Japanese
Industrial Standard)KL
40-128 g/m2 (35-110 kg)
Two-sided originals: A3L-B6 JIS (Japanese
Industrial Standard)KL
52-105 g/m2 (45-90 kg)
Where original is
placed
Original size
Original weight
Exposure glass
Up to 11” × 17”
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ADF
One-sided originals: 11” × 17”L-51/2” × 81/2”KL 11-34 lb.
❖ Inch version
Two-sided originals: 11” × 17”L-51/2 × 81/2”KL 14-28 lb.
Note
❒ About 50 originals can be placed in the ADF.
❒ The weight range for originals in the Mixed mode is 52-81 g/m2 (13.8-21.5 lb).
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Non-compatible originals for the Auto Document Feeder
Placing the following types of originals in the ADF can cause paper misfeeds or
light & black lines or result in damage to the originals. Place these originals on
the exposure glass instead.
• Originals other than those specified on “Sizes and Weights of Recommended
Originals”.
• Stapled or clipped originals
• Perforated or torn originals
• Curled, folded, or creased originals
• Pasted originals
• Originals with any kind of coating, such as thermal fax paper, art paper, aluminum foil, carbon paper, or conductive paper
• Originals with perforated lines
• Originals with indexes, tags, or other projecting parts
• Sticky originals such as translucent paper
• Thin, highly flexible originals
• Thick originals such as postcards
• Bound originals such as books
• Transparent originals such as OHP transparencies or translucent paper
• Originals that are still wet with ink or white-out.
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Note
❒ The original might become dirty if it is written with a pencil or a similar tool.
Sizes Detectable by the Auto Paper Select
Sizes detectable by the exposure glass and ADF are:
❖ Metric version
Size A3L B4
A4K B5
A5K B6
11” ×
JISL L
JISK L
JISK 17”
Location
L
L
L
of the
original
Expossure
glass
ADF
*1
*2
*3
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*1
×
×
81/2” 8” ×
13”
×
L
11”
KL
×
*2
8KL 16K
KL
*3
*3
*2
If you want to make A5 size detectable, consult your service representative.
You can select from 81/2” × 13”, 81/4” × 13”, 8” × 13” with User Tools (System Settings).
You can select from 8K to A3 or B4 JIS, from 16K to A4, A5 or B5 JIS with User
Tools (System Settings).
Originals
❖ Inch version
Size A3L A4K 11” ×
L
17”
L
Location
of the
original
Expossure
glass
×
81/2”
×
14”
L
81/2”
×
11”
KL
×
*1
ADF
*1
*2
51/2”
×
81/2”
KL
81/2” 11” ×
15”
×
L
13”
L
10” ×
14”
L
×
×
×
*2
*2
8” ×
10”
L
×
71/4”
×
101/2
”L
K
1
×
*2
*2
If you want make 51/2” × 81/2”size detectable, consult your service representative.
You can select from 81/2” × 13” to 81/2” × 14”, from 11” × 15” to 11” × 17”, from
8” × 10” to 81/2” × 11”L, 7/1/4” × 101/2K to 81/2” × 11”K with User Tools (System Settings).
❖ Exposure glass
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❖ ADF
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Note
❒ When you copy custom size originals, make sure you specify the size of the
originals. If not, the image may not be copied properly.
Reference
See p.23 “Custom sizes”.
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Sizes difficult to detect
It is difficult for the machine to detect the sizes of the following originals, so select the paper size manually:
• Originals with indexes, tags, or other projecting parts
• Transparent originals such as OHP transparencies or translucent paper
• Dark originals with a lot of text and drawings
• Originals which partially contain a solid image
• Originals which have solid images at their edges
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Missing image area
Even if you place originals in the ADF or on the exposure glass correctly, 3 mm
(0.1”) margins on all four sides might not be copied.
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Placing Originals
This section describes the procedure for placing originals on the exposure glass
and in the ADF.
Take care to place originals after any correction fluid and ink has completely
dried. Not taking this precaution could cause marks on the exposure glass that
will be copied onto paper.
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Note
❒ For original sizes you can set, see “Originals”.
Reference
See p.11 “Originals”.
Original Orientation
You can set the original orientation in the following ways. When placing the
original on the exposure glass, set it facing downwards.
• Standard orientation
Select this function when the original orientation is the same as the copy paper orientation.
• 90° turn
Use this function when you want to copy A3L, B4 JISL or 11” × 17”L size
originals. The machine rotates the copy image by 90° and you can make copies as you want.
This is useful for copying large originals with the Staple, Duplex, Combine or
Stamp functions.
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For example, to copy A3L or 11” × 17”L originals with the Staple function
selected:
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A Press [Special Original].
B Select the original orientation (
or
), and then press [OK].
Note
❒ It is recommended to use this function together with the [Auto Paper Select]
or [Auto Reduce / Enlarge] function.
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Placing Originals on the Exposure Glass
Place originals on the exposure glass.
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Important
❒ Do not lift the exposure glass cover or ADF forcefully. Otherwise, the cover
of the ADF might open or be damaged.
A Lift the exposure glass cover or ADF.
Be sure to lift the exposure glass cover or ADF by more than 30 degrees. Otherwise, the size of the original might not be detected correctly.
B Place the original face down on the exposure glass. The original should be
aligned to the rear left corner.
Start with the first page to be copied.
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A
B
Positioning mark
Left scale
C Lower the exposure glass cover or ADF.
Placing Originals in the Auto Document Feeder
Place originals in ADF.
Settings should be made in the following situations:
❖ When placing originals consisting of more than 50 pages:
See “Batch mode”.
❖ When placing originals one by one:
See “SADF mode”.
❖ When copying originals of various sizes:
See “Mixed size mode”.
❖ When placing custom size originals:
See “Custom sizes”.
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A Adjust the guide to the original size.
B Set the aligned originals face up into the ADF.
Do not stack originals beyond the limit mark.
The last page should be on the bottom.
Be sure not to block the sensor or load the original untidily. Doing so may
cause the machine to detect the size of the scanned image incorrectly or display a paper misfeed message. Also, be sure not to place originals or other objects on the top cover. Doing so may cause a malfunction.
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A
Sensors
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A
B
Limit mark
Document guide
Note
❒ Straighten curls in the originals before placing them on the ADF.
❒ To prevent multiple sheets from being fed at once, fan the original before
placing it on the ADF.
❒ Set the original squarely.
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Placing Originals
Batch mode
In Batch mode, the machine copies an original of more than 50 pages as one document, even if it is placed on the ADF in parts.
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A Press [Special Original].
B Select [Batch] and then press [OK].
C Place the first part of the original, and then press the {Start} key.
D After the first part of the original has been fed, place the next part, then
press the {Start} key.
Note
❒ When [SADF] is displayed in step B, set the Batch mode with [Switch to
Batch]. See “Switch to Batch”, General Settings Guide.
❒ To copy subsequent originals in this mode, repeat step D.
❒ When the Sort, Combine or 1 Sided→2 Sided mode has been set, press the
{q} key after all originals have been scanned.
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Placing Originals
SADF mode
In SADF mode, even when an original is placed page by page in the ADF, each
page is automatically fed when placed.
1
Important
❒ You should make a setting so that [SADF] will be displayed when you press
[Special Original]. See “Switch to Batch”, General Settings Guide.
A
Press [Special Original].
B Press [SADF], and then press [OK] .
C Place one page of an original, and then press the {Start} key.
D When the machine instructs you to place another original, place the next
page.
The second and subsequent pages will be fed automatically without pressing
the {Start} key.
Note
❒ When the Sort, Combine or 1 Sided→2 Sided mode has been set, press the
{q} key after all originals have been scanned.
❒ See “SADF Auto Reset”, General Settings Guide.
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Placing Originals
Mixed size mode
When placing different size originals of the same width in the ADF at the same
time, the machine automatically checks the size of the originals and makes copies.
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Important
❒ When placing originals of different sizes in the ADF and making copies without using the Mixed size mode, paper might become jammed or parts of the
original image might not be copied.
❒ The sizes of the originals that can be placed in this mode are follows:
• Metric version
A3L, B4 JISL, A4KL, B5 JISKL
• Inch version
11” × 17”L, 81/2” × 14”L, 81/2” × 11”KL
A Press [Special Original].
B Select [Mixed Sizes], and then press [OK].
C Align the rear and left edges of the originals as shown in the illustration.
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A
B
Place the originals into the ADF
Vertical size
D Adjust the guide to the widest original size.
E Place originals in ADF.
F Press {Start} key.
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Placing Originals
Original size
Specify the size of the originals.
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Regular sizes
Select the size of the originals from the regular sizes.
A Press [Special Original].
B Press [Original Size] .
C Press [Regular Size].
D Select the size of original, and then press [OK] .
E Place the original, and then press the {Start} key.
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Placing Originals
Custom sizes
When placing custom size originals in the ADF, specify the size of the originals.
1
Important
❒ Paper that has a vertical length of 128–297 mm (5.1”-11.6”) and a horizontal
length of 128–432 mm (5.1”-17”) can be placed with this function.
A Press [Special Original].
B Press [Original Size].
C Press [Custom Size].
D Enter the horizontal size of the original with the number keys, and then
press {q} key.
E Enter the vertical size of the original with the number keys, and then press
{q} key.
F Press [OK].
G Place the originals, and then press the {Start} key.
Note
❒ If you make a mistake in step D or E, press [Clear] or {Clear/Stop} in step D,
and then enter the value again.
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2. Copying
This chapter describes the procedure for making copies in various modes.
Basic Procedure
This section describes the basic procedure for making copies.
Important
❒ When User Code Authentication is set, enter your user code (up to eight digits) with the number keys so that the machine accepts copy jobs. See “User
Authentication Management”, General Settings Guide.
❒ When Basic Authentication, Windows Authentication, LDAP Authentication, or Integration Server Authentication is set, enter your login user name
and user password so that the machine accepts copy jobs. Ask the user administrator for the login user name and login password. For details, see
“When the Authentication Screen is Displayed”, About This Machine.
A Make sure “Ready” appears on the screen.
If any other function is displayed, press the {Copy} key on the left side of the
control panel.
❖ Initial copy screen
B Make sure no previous settings remain.
When there are previous settings remaining, press the {Clear Modes} key and
enter the setting again.
C Place your originals.
D Make desired settings.
E Enter the number of copies using the number keys.
The maximum copy quantity that can be set is 999.
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F Press the {Start} key.
The machine starts copying.
When placing originals on the exposure glass, press the {q} key after all
originals are scanned.
Copies are delivered face down.
Note
❒ Always log off when you have finished using the machine to prevent unauthorized users from using the machine.
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❒ To stop the machine during a multi-copy run, press the {Clear/Stop} key.
❒ To cancel all copy jobs and return the machine to the default condition,
press the {Clear Modes} key.
❒ To clear entered values, press the {Clear/Stop} key or [Cancel] on the screen.
❒ To confirm settings, press the [Check Modes].
Interrupt Copy
Use this function if you want to interrupt a long copy job to make urgently needed copies.
Important
❒ You cannot use the Interrupt Copy function when fax originals are being
scanned or the scanner function is being used.
A Press the {Interrupt} key.
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B The machine stops scanning. Remove the originals that were being copied.
C Place the originals you want to copy.
D Press the {Start} key.
The machine starts making copies.
E When copying is complete, remove the originals and copies.
F Press the {Interrupt} key again.
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The interrupt key indicator goes off.
Basic Procedure
G Replace the originals that you were copying, and then press the {Start} key.
Following message “Reset n originals.”, replace the originals that you
were copying.
Note
❒ The previous copy job settings are restored. Simply press the {Start} key to
continue copying from where it left off.
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Left Original Beeper
The beeper sounds and an error message is displayed when you leave your originals on the exposure glass after copying.
Note
❒ For details, see “Tone: Original Remains”, General Settings Guide.
Job Preset
You can set up the next copy content during copying. If a long copy job is in
progress and you do not want to wait for it to finish, you can use this function
to set up the next copy job in advance. When the current copy job is finished, the
next job will start automatically.
A Press [New Job] when “Copying...” appears.
B Be sure message “Ready” appears, and then set up the next copy job.
C Place the originals, and then press the {Start} key.
All originals are scanned.
When the preset job is complete, a job preset confirmation dialog box appears.
D Press [Exit].
You return to the copy screen.
After the current copy job, the next copy job starts automatically.
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Note
❒ You can switch the display to the current copy job by pressing [To Copying
Screen]. You can switch the display to the preset job by pressing [To Reserv.
Screen].
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Job List
Job List
Jobs printed using Copy, Document Server, or Printer mode are temporarily
stored in the machine, and then executed in order. The Job List function allows
you to manage these jobs. For example, you can cancel incorrect job settings or
print an urgent document.
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Note
❒ You cannot use the Job List function when Interrupt Copy is active.
❒ Documents printed using the facsimile function and scanner function are not
displayed in the job list.
Job List screen
This section explains displays and icons that appear in the Job List screen.
The Job List screen varies depending on whether [Job Order] is selected with
Print Priority for the System Settings. For details about the setting procedure, see
“Print Priority”, General Settings Guide.
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❖ When [Job Order] is not selected:
The job list is displayed for each of the functions.
1
2
2
3
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❖ When [Job Order] is selected:
The job list is displayed for all functions in the order of print jobs.
2
3
4
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A
B
C
D
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Switches between job lists for each function.
Switches between [Current / Waiting Job List] and [Job History].
Displays reserved job numbers.
Displays the function used to print jobs.
: Job printed using copy function.
: Job printed using printer function.
: Job printed using Document Server function.
: Job printed using DeskTopBinder.
: Job printed using Web Image Monitor.
Job List
Checking jobs in the print queue
You can check the contents of jobs in the print queue.
A Press [Job List].
B Select the job you want to check.
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C Press [Details], and then check the contents.
D Press [Exit].
Changing the order of jobs
You can change the order in which print jobs in the job list are served:
A Press [Job List].
B Select the job whose order you want to change.
C Press [Change Order].
D Change the order using [Top], [Previous], or [Next].
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E Press [OK].
Holding print jobs
The machine holds jobs that are queued and currently printing.
A Press [Job List].
B Select the job(s) to hold.
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C Press [Suspend Printing].
Deleting jobs
You can delete a job that is queued or currently printing.
A Press [Job List].
B Select the job you want to delete.
C Press [Delete Reservation].
D Press [Yes].
Note
❒ To delete multiple print jobs, select them in step B.
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Job List
Checking Job History
You can view the history contents of printed jobs.
A Press [Job List].
B Press [Job History].
2
A list of completed print jobs appears.
C Press [Details] to check the contents of the displayed jobs.
D Press [Exit].
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Copying
Copying from the Bypass Tray
Use the bypass tray to copy onto OHP transparencies, adhesive labels, translucent paper, postcards and copy paper that cannot be loaded in the paper trays.
Important
❒ When the duplex unit is attached, the default is [1 Sided → 2 Sided]. When copying from the bypass tray, select [1 Sided] for copying in [Dup./Combine/Series]
(for example [1 Sided → 1 Sided] or [2 Sided → 1 Sided]). You can change the initial settings. See “Programming Defaults in Initial Display”.
❒ Paper has a vertical length of 90-305 mm (3.6-12 inch) and a horizontal length
of 148-457.2 mm (5.9-18 inch) can be copied from the bypass tray.
❒ The machine can detect the following sizes as regular size copy paper: A3L,
A4L, 8” × 13”L. If you want to use the size of paper other than the above, be
sure to specify the size.
❒ When copying on OHP transparencies or paper heavier than 128 g/m2 (about
90 kg, 34 lb.), you need to specify the type and size of paper with “Special
Original”.
❒ The maximum number of sheets you can load at the same time depends on
paper type. The maximum number of sheets should not exceed the upper limit.
❒ When copying paper lighter than 59g/m2 or tracing paper, you need to specify the paper type.
❒ When paper larger than 433 mm (17.1 inch) in size is used, the paper may become wrinkled, may not be fed into the machine, or may cause paper jams.
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❖ [Bypass Tray Usage] key
Press [Bypass Tray Usage] to display a description on using the bypass tray.
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A Open the bypass tray.
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B Insert the paper face-down until you hear the beep, and then align the pa-
per guide to the paper size.
If the guides are not flush against the copy paper, images might be skewed or
paper misfeeds might occur.
Do not stack paper over the limit mark, otherwise images might be skewed or
paper misfeeds might occur.
Swing out the extender to support paper sizes larger than A4L or 81/2” × 11”L.
Fan paper to get air between the sheets and avoid a multi-sheet feed.
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A
Extender
C Press [Bypass], and then press the {q} key.
D Select the size and type of the paper.
E Place the paper, and then press the {Start} key.
F When the copy job is finished, press the {Clear Modes} key to clear the settings.
Note
❒ When the Sort function is selected, press the {q} key after all originals
have been scanned.
❒ When the beeper is turned off , it will not sound if you insert paper into the
bypass tray. See “Panel Tone”, General Settings Guide.
Reference
See p.142 “Programming Defaults in Initial Display”.
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When copying onto Regular Size Paper
Makes copies onto regular size paper from the bypass tray.
A Open the bypass tray, and then align the paper guide to the paper size.
B Insert the paper face-down until you hear the beep.
C Press the {q} key.
D Press [Select Size].
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E Select the paper size.
F Press [OK] twice.
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When copying onto Custom Size Paper
Makes copies onto custom size paper from the bypass tray.
A Open the bypass tray, and then align the paper guide to the paper size.
B Insert the paper face-down until you hear the beep.
C {q} key.
D Press [Custom Size].
2
E Enter the horizontal size of the original with the number keys, and then
press {q} .
F Enter the vertical size of the original with the number keys, and then press
{q} .
G Press [OK].
Note
❒ If you make a mistake in step E or F, press [Clear] or {Clear/Stop} key, and
then enter the value again.
❒ To register the custom size entered in step F, press [Program] and then
press [Exit] in the confirmation screen.
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When copying onto OHP Transparencies or Thin Paper
When copying onto OHP transparencies or thin paper, select the type and size
of paper.
Important
❒ We recommend that you use specified OHP transparencies.
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❒ OHP transparencies must be loaded face down in the tray with the notched
corner of the sheet in the appropriate corner of the tray.
❒ To prevent multiple sheets from being fed at once, fan paper before placing it
on the tray.
❒ When copying onto OHP transparencies, remove copied sheets one by one.
A Open the bypass tray, and then align the paper guide to the paper size.
B Insert the paper face down until you hear the beep.
C Press the {q} key.
D Select paper type ([OHP (Transparency)] or [Thin Paper]) in the special paper
settings.
E Select the paper size, and then press [OK] to return to the initial display.
F Place the paper, and then press the {Start} key.
G When the copy job is finished, press the {Clear Modes} key to clear the settings.
Note
❒ For OHP transparencies or thin paper, print speed is slower when compared to printing on plain paper.
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Copying from the Bypass Tray
When copying onto Thick Paper
When copying onto thick paper, select the type and size of paper.
To prevent multiple sheets from being fed at once, fan paper before placing it on
the tray.
A Open the bypass tray, and then align the paper guide to the paper size.
B Insert the paper face down until you hear the beep.
C Press the {q} key.
D Press [Select Thick Paper].
E Select paper type (one of [Thick Paper 1], [Thick Paper 2], [Thick Paper 3], [Thick
2
1: Dup.Back], [Thick 2: Dup.Back], and [Thick 3: Dup.Back]), and then press [OK].
Select [Thick Paper 1] when copying paper lighter than 169 g/m2 (45.0 lb.) or less.
Select [Thick Paper 2] when copying paper lighter than 219 g/m2 (58.3 lb.) or less.
Select [Thick Paper 3] when copying paper lighter than 253 g/m2 (67.3 lb.) or less.
F Select the paper size.
G Press [OK] twice.
H Place the paper, and then press the {Start} key.
I When the copy job is finished, press the {Clear Modes} key to clear the settings.
Note
❒ If Internal Tray 1 is not selected for the output paper tray, copies are delivered to it.
❒ For thick paper, print speed is slower when compared to printing on plain
paper.
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When Copying onto Envelopes
A Open the bypass tray, and then insert the envelopes with the side you want
to copy face down until the beeper sounds.
B Align the paper guide to the envelope side.
C Press the {q} key.
D Press [Select Thick Paper].
E Select [Thick Paper 1], and then press [OK].
F Select the paper size.
G Press [OK] twice.
H Place the originals, and then press the {Start} key.
I When the copy job is finished, press the {Clear Modes} key to clear the set-
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tings.
Note
❒ When placing an original on the exposure glass, place the original with the
bottom line aligned to the left scale.
❒ When placing originals in the ADF, place the originals with the bottom line
inserted in the ADF.
❒ When inserting envelopes, be sure to unfold the flaps and position them
opposite to the paper feed direction.
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Reference
For details about supported size of envelope, see “Recommended Paper
Sizes and Types”, About This Machine.
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Colour Functions
Colour Functions
This section describes functions that are used for colour copying.
Selecting a Colour Mode
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Select a colour (or colours) that suits your originals and copying requirements.
For colour images, refer to “What You Can Do with This Machine <Colour Functions/Colour Adjustments>”.
The following three colour modes are available:
❖ Auto Colour Selection
Judges the colour of the original automatically, and copies either in full colour
or black/white.
❖ Full Colour Copy
Copies by overlaying yellow, magenta, cyan and black.
❖ Black/White Copy
Copies in black regardless of the colour of the original.
A Select the type of colour.
Note
❒ For colour images, refer to “What You Can Do with This Machine <Colour
Functions/Colour Adjustments>”.
❒ To use a user colour, you need to register it beforehand. For details, see
“Registering Colours”.
Reference
See p.iii “What You Can Do with This Machine <Colour Functions/Colour
Adjustments>”.
See p.53 “User Colour”.
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Convert Colours
Copies by changing the Colour in the original to a different Colour.
Important
❒ It is possible to specify up to 4 Colours.
❒ To use this function, [Full Colour] must be selected.
❒ If any other Colour mode is selected, you cannot select [Convert Colour].
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A Press [Full Colour].
B Press [Edit / Colour].
C Make sure that [Colour] is selected before pressing [Convert Colour].
D Select any one item from [Conversion 1] to [Conversion 4].
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E Selects the Colour to be converted.
Colour Functions
F Selects the new Colour to be converted.
You can adjust the density of each Colour in four steps.
To select User Colour, press [User Colour], and then select the Colour.
G After selecting all Colours to be converted, press [OK] three times.
H Place the originals, and then press the {Start} key.
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Note
❒ The width of the Colour to be converted can be adjusted in five levels. If
the Colour width is set to [Wider] and red has been specified, Colours,
which are close to magenta or orange, will also be converted. The Colour
width can be adjusted in User Tools. This adjustment will be valid in
“Erase Colour”. See “Colour Sensitivity”, General Settings Guide.
❒ When you want to change the converted Colour in step F, press from [Conversion 1] to [Conversion 4] and make the selection again.
❒ When changing between more than two Colours, repeat steps D to F.
❒ The full Colour counter will advance to “1”.
Erase Colour
Copies by erasing a certain Colour in the image of the original.
A Press [Edit / Colour].
B Make sure that [Colour] is selected before pressing [Erase Colour].
C Select the Colour to be erased.
It is possible to select up to 4 Colours.
D After selecting all Colours to be erased, press [OK] twice.
E Place the originals, and then press the {Start} key.
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Note
❒ The width of the Colour to be deleted can be adjusted in five levels. If the
Colour width is set to [Wider] and red has been specified, Colours, which
are close to magenta or orange, will also be deleted. The Colour width can
be adjusted in User Tools. See “Colour Sensitivity”, General Settings
Guide.
❒ You can cancel the selection by pressing the selected (highlighted) key in
step C.
❒ When the Full Colour Copy is selected, the full Colour counter will advance to “1”. When the Black/White is selected, the mono-Colour counter
will advance to “1”.
2
Colour Background
Copies by adding a Colour in the whole page.
Important
❒ Since the Colour Background function overprints the entire original, the Colour of the image may change.
A Press [Edit / Colour].
B Make sure that [Colour] is selected before pressing [Colour Background].
C Select the background Colour, and then press [OK] twice.
You can adjust the density of each Colour in four steps.
To select User Colour, press [User Colour], and then select the Colour.
D Place the originals, and then press the {Start} key.
Note
❒ You can cancel the selection by pressing the selected (highlighted) key in
step C.
❒ When the Full Colour Copy is selected, the full Colour counter will advance to “1”. When the Black/White is selected, the mono-Colour counter
will advance to “1”.
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Colour Balance
Adjusts the overall Colour tone when the overall copy is reddish or bluish.
A Press [Edit / Colour].
2
B Make sure that [Colour] is selected before pressing [Adjust Colour].
C Make sure that [Colour Balance] is selected.
D Adjust the Colour balance by pressing [Lighter] or [Darker].
E Press [OK] twice.
Note
❒ The adjusted settings will be deleted and the initial values will be reset,
when Auto Clear has been performed, when the {Clear Modes} key has
been pressed or when the power has been turned off.
❒ For types and examples of the image adjustment functions, see “What You
Can Do with This Machine <Colour Functions/Colour Adjustments>”.
Reference
See p.iii “What You Can Do with This Machine <Colour Functions/Colour
Adjustments>”.
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Colour Balance Program
You can also store the Colour balance setting as a Colour balance program and
recall it when you want to use it.
You can store up to three programs.
Note
❒ If you want to change the registered settings, register them one more time. In
this case, the previously registered contents will be changed.
2
Registering the adjusted Colour balance
Register adjusted Colour balance settings so that you can use them later.
A Change the Colour balance.
B Press [Program Colour Balance].
C Press [m Program].
D Select a program number ([1]-[3]) for this setting.
The Colour balance setting will be registered in the selected number.
E Press [OK] twice.
Note
❒ If you select the program number key where the m is displayed in step D,
the previously registered settings will change (will be overwritten).
❒ For details about how to adjust the Colour balance, see “Colour Balance”.
Reference
See p.iii “What You Can Do with This Machine <Colour Functions/Colour
Adjustments>”.
See p.45 “Colour Balance”.
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Changing the registered contents
Changes contents stored in Colour balance programs.
A Press [Edit / Colour].
B Make sure that [Colour] is selected before pressing [Adjust Colour].
C Make sure that [Colour Balance] is selected before pressing [Program Colour
2
Balance].
D Select the program number ([1]-[3]) to be changed.
The programmed Colour balance appears.
E Change the registered contents.
F After the programmed contents are changed, press [Program Colour Balance].
G Press [Program], and then press the program number to be overwritten.
H Press [Yes].
The program is overwritten.
I Press [OK]twice.
Copying with the registered contents
Recalls and copies contents stored in Colour balance programs.
A Press [Edit / Colour].
B Make sure that [Colour] is selected before pressing [Adjust Colour].
C Make sure that [Colour Balance] is selected before pressing [Program Colour
Balance].
D Make sure that [Recall] is selected, and then select the program number registered by the Colour balance to be used.
E Press [OK] twice.
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F Place the originals, and then press the {Start} key.
Note
❒ After copying has been completed, pressing the {Clear Modes} key deletes
the recalled contents.
Deleting the registered contents
2
Deletes contents stored in Colour balance programs.
A Press [Edit / Colour].
B Make sure that [Colour] is selected before pressing [Adjust Colour].
C Make sure that [Colour Balance] is selected before pressing [Program Colour
Balance].
D Press [Delete], and then select the program number registered by the Colour
balance to delete.
E Press [Yes].
F Press [OK] twice.
Colour Adjustment
Adjusts the specific Colours (yellow, red, magenta, blue, cyan and green) by
mixing them with adjacent Colours in the Colour circle.
You can adjust up to three Colours from yellow, red, magenta, blue, cyan, or
green.
This function is not available if Black/White is selected.
A Press [Edit / Colour].
B Make sure that [Colour] is selected before pressing [Adjust Colour].
C Press [Adjust Colour].
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D Select the Colours you want to adjust.
You can select up to 3 Colours.
2
E Adjust the Colour tastes using [←] or[→].
Refer to the Colour circle on the control panel.
F Press [OK] twice.
Note
❒ The adjusted settings will be deleted and the initial values will be reset,
when Auto Clear has been performed, when the {Clear Modes} key has
been pressed or when the power has been turned off.
❒ For types and examples of the image adjustment functions, see “What You
Can Do with This Machine <Colour Functions/Colour Adjustments>”.
Reference
See p.iii “What You Can Do with This Machine <Colour Functions/Colour
Adjustments>”.
Image Adjustment
The following five types of image adjustments are available:
❖ Sharp/Soft
Adjusts the outline of an image.
❖ Contrast
Adjusts the shades of an image.
❖ Background Density
Adjusts the background density of an image.
❖ Adjust U.C.R
Adjusts the amount of black toner to express vividly the black areas in an image.
❖ Text/Photo Sensitivity
Adjusts the standard level in judging the image in the text and photo part
when using “Text / Photo”.
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A Press [Edit / Colour].
2
B Make sure that [Colour] is selected before pressing [Adjust Colour].
C Press [Copy Quality].
D Adjusts the settings.
Note
❒ [Sharp / Soft], [Contrast], and [Background Density] can each be adjusted, however, their adjustments can affect the level of other adjustment functions.
❒ The adjusted settings will be deleted and the initial values will be reset,
when Auto Clear has been performed, when the {Clear Modes} key has
been pressed or when the power has been turned off.
❒ For types and examples of the image adjustment functions, see “What You
Can Do with This Machine <Colour Functions/Colour Adjustments>”.
Reference
See p.iii “What You Can Do with This Machine <Colour Functions/Colour
Adjustments>”.
Adjusting the sharpness/softness
Adjusts the outline of an image.
A Adjust by pressing [Soft] or [Sharp].
B Press [OK].
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Adjusting the contrast
Adjusts the shades of an image.
A Adjust by pressing [Low] or [High].
2
B Press [OK].
Adjusting the background density
Adjusts the background density of an image.
A Adjust by pressing [Lighter] or [Darker].
B Press [OK].
Note
❒ Adjustments should be made lightly when copying dark textured originals, such as newspaper or recycled paper.
❒ Adjustments should be made darker when darkening the Colour of markers or highlighters. However, as the Colour of highlighters is difficult to reproduce, the copy might not come out depending on the Colour or a
different Colour might be copied.
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Adjusting the U.C.R
Adjusts the amount of black toner to express vividly the black areas in an image.
A Adjust by pressing [Lighter] or [Darker].
2
B Press [OK].
Adjusting the Text/Photo sensitivity
Adjusts the standard level in judging the image in the text and photo part when
using “Text / Photo”.
A Adjust by pressing [Text] or [Photo].
B Press [OK].
Note
❒ Make sure to set to “Text” when parts of the texts are faded or are not clear.
Set to “Photo” when the outline of photos becomes dark.
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Colour Functions
User Colour
You can register User Colours made by adjusting the density of yellow, magenta, cyan, and black. You can also give a name to the Colours you register, and
print out a list of user colours.
You can create Colours by:
• Adjusting the density of each Colour based on the density of a chosen basic
Colour.
• Directly specifying the density of each Colour using the number keys.
2
Note
❒ Adjust the Colours to be registered so that the total of yellow, magenta, cyan
and black is under 400%.
❒ When copying using user colours, the fine shades might vary depending on
the condition of the machine.
❒ In order to correctly reproduce originals, the values, which have been input,
are corrected inside the machine, and copies are made using the best suitable
values. Therefore, there might be slight Colour differences when copying using “Text” and when using “Photo”.
❒ Up to 15 Colours can be registered.
❒ Sample prints of user colours can also be made on an A4K, 81/2” × 11”K,
A3L, or 11” × 17”L size page.
❒ When printing a list of user colours, the full Colour counter will advance to
“1”.
❒ For types and examples of the image adjustment functions, see “What You
Can Do with This Machine <Colour Functions/Colour Adjustments>”.
Reference
See p.iii “What You Can Do with This Machine <Colour Functions/Colour
Adjustments>”.
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Adjusting Colours Based on Selected Colour
Creates Colours by adjusting the density of each Colour based on the density of
a chosen basic Colour.
A Press [Edit / Colour].
2
B Press [Colour], and then press [User Colour].
C Select the number ([1]-[15]) for the Colour you want to register.
D Select the Colour to be used as a base for registration from the basic and
user colours.
The density of each Colour for the selected Colour is displayed.
To select User Colour, press [User Colour], and then select the Colour.
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E Select the Colour whose density is to be specified, and then specify the
density in percentages using [n] or [o].
2
F Check names and densities of each Colour, and press [OK].
G Press [OK].
Note
❒ It is also possible to specify density by pressing [Adjust with Number Keys] in
step E.
❒ Selecting a user colour key that is indicated by a solid line will change
(overwrite) the contents of that Colour.
Creating Colours by Directly Specifying the Density of Each Colour with Number Keys
Creates Colours by directly specifying the density of each Colour using the
number keys.
A Press [Edit / Colour].
B Press [Colour], and then press [User Colour].
C Select the number ([1]-[15]) for the Colour you want to register.
D Press [Custom Setting].
E Select the Colour whose density is to be specified.
F Enter the density (%) using the number key. When the densities of each
Colours have been specified, press {q} key.
G Check names and densities of each Colour, and press [OK].
Repeat steps E-G if you want to specify the density of multiple Colours.
H Press [OK].
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Note
❒ It is also possible to specify density by pressing [Adjust with [n] [o]] and
then using [n] and [o] in step F.
❒ Selecting a user colour key that is indicated by a solid line will change
(overwrite) the contents of that Colour.
Renaming a Colour
2
Renames a user colour.
A Press [Change Name].
B Enter the name of the Colour (up to 16 characters), and then press [OK].
C Press [OK].
Deleting User colours
Deletes user colours.
Important
❒ You can not delete Colours registered in the program or user colours that are
currently being used.
A Press [Edit / Colour].
B Press [Colour], and then press [User Colour].
C Press [Delete].
D Select the number of the user colour (whose key is indicated by a solid line)
you want to delete.
E Press [Yes].
F Press [OK] twice.
Printing a List of user colours
Prints a list of user colours.
A Press [Edit / Colour].
B Press [Colour], and then press [User Colour].
C Check the copy paper, and then press [Print Sample of User Colour].
The list of user colours is output in the internal tray.
Note
❒ The list will be copied on a A4K, 81/2” × 11”K, A3L or 11” × 17”L sheet.
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Copier Functions
This section describes the copy functions.
Adjusting Copy Image Density
2
There are three types of adjustment available.
❖ Auto Image Density
The machine automatically adjusts the image density by scanning the densities of originals. Dark texture originals (such as newspaper or recycled paper)
will be copied so that background will not be reproduced.
❖ Manual image density
You can adjust the density of the overall original in nine steps.
❖ Combined auto and manual image density
Adjusts the density of an image only for dark texture originals.
Auto image density
The machine automatically adjusts the image density by scanning the densities
of originals. Dark texture originals (such as newspaper or recycled paper) will
be copied so that background will not be reproduced.
A Make sure that [Auto Density] is selected.
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Manual image density
You can adjust the density of the overall original in nine steps.
A [Auto Density] is selected, press [Auto Density] to cancel it.
B Press [W] or [V] to adjust the image density. The density indicator “{”
moves.
2
Combined auto and manual image density
Adjusts the density of an image only for dark texture originals.
A Make sure [Auto Density] is selected.
B Press [W] or [V] to adjust the density. The density indicator “{” moves.
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Selecting the Original Type Setting
Select one of the following 6 types to match your originals:
❖ Text
Select this mode when your originals contain only text (no pictures).
❖ Text/Photo
Select [Text / Photo] when your originals contain photographs or pictures with
text.
2
❖ Photo
Delicate tones of photographs and pictures can be reproduced with this
mode.
• When copying developed photographs:
• When copying photographs or pictures that are printed on paper (e.g.
magazines):
• When copying copies or originals generated by printers:
❖ Generation Copy
If your originals are copies (generation copies), the copy image can be reproduced sharply and clearly.
Select this type from [Others] when Original Type Display (Copier / Document Server Features) has been set to Hide.
❖ Pale
The machine scans originals with settings suitable for originals that have
lighter lines written in pencil, or for faint copied slips. The faint lines will be
clearly copied.
Select this type from [Others] when Original Type Display (Copier / Document Server Features) has been set to Hide.
❖ Map
The machine scans originals with settings suitable for map originals.
Select this type from [Others] when Original Type Display (Copier / Document Server Features) has been set to Hide.
A Select the original type, and then press [OK].
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Note
❒ See “Original Type Display” and “Adjust Colour Image”, General Settings
Guide.
Selecting Copy Paper
There are two ways to select copy paper:
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❖ Auto Paper Select
The machine selects a suitable size of copy paper automatically based on original size and reproduction ratio.
❖ Manual Paper Select
Choose the tray containing the paper you want to copy onto: a paper tray, bypass tray or LCT.
See the following table for copy paper sizes and orientations that can be used
with Auto Paper Select (when copying at a ratio of 100%):
❖ Metric version
Where original is set
Paper size and orientation
Exposure glass
A3L, B4 JISL, A4KL, B5 JISKL, 8” × 13”L
ADF
A3L, B4 JISL, A4KL, B5 JISKL, A5KL, 11 × 17L,
81/2” × 11”KL, 8” × 13”L, 8KL, 16KKL
❖ Inch version
Where original is set
Paper size and orientation
Exposure glass
11” × 17”L, 81/2” × 14”L, 81/2” × 11”KL
ADF
A3L, A4KL, 11” × 17”L, 81/2” × 14”L, 81/2” × 11”KL,
51/2” × 81/2”KL, 10” × 14”L, 71/4” × 101/2”L
Note
❒ Only the paper trays set to [No Display] or [Recycled Paper] in Paper Type in
Tray Paper Setting in System Settings and also set to [Yes] in Apply Auto Paper Select can be selected in Auto Paper Select mode. See “Paper Type: Tray
1-4”, General Settings Guide.
❒ See “Paper Display”, General Settings Guide.
Reference
See p.12 “Non-compatible originals for the Auto Document Feeder”.
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Auto Paper Select
The machine selects a suitable size of copy paper automatically based on the
original size and the reproduction ratio.
A Make sure that Auto Paper Select is selected.
Trays with a key mark ( ) will not be automatically selected. See “Paper
Type”, General Settings Guide.
2
Manual Paper Select
Choose the tray containing the paper you wish to copy onto: a paper tray, bypass
tray or large capacity tray (LCT).
A Select the paper tray, bypass tray or the LCT.
The indicator corresponding to the selected paper tray is highlighted. See
“Copying from the Bypass Tray”.
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Note
❒ If the orientation in which your original is placed (K or L) is different
from that of the paper you are copying onto, this function rotates the original image by 90° to fit it on the copy paper.
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❒ This function works when [Auto Paper Select] or [Auto Reduce / Enlarge] is selected. See “Auto Paper Select” and “Auto Reduce/Enlarge”.
❒ The default setting for Auto Tray Switching is [With Image Rotation]. You
cannot use the Rotated Copy function if this setting is changed to [Without
Image Rotation] or [Off]. See “Auto Tray Switching”, General Settings Guide.
❒ You cannot use the Rotated Copy function when enlarging onto A3, B4 JIS
or 11” × 17”, 81/2” × 14” size paper. In this case, place your original in the
L orientation.
Original size and orientation
You cannot
rotate:
A4,
B5 JIS,
or
A5K
Copy paper size and
orientation
When enlarg- B4 JIS
ing to →
or A3
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you can use:
When enlarg- B4 JIS
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or A3
A4,
B5 JIS,
or A5
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❒ You cannot use the Rotated Copy function if Left 2, Top 2 is selected for stapling when using the 500-sheet finisher. See “Staple”.
❒ You cannot use the Rotated Copy function if 2 is selected for stapling when
using the 1000-sheet finisher.
❒ You cannot use the Rotated Copy function if 2 or Centre is selected for stapling when using the booklet finisher.
Reference
See p.34 “Copying from the Bypass Tray”.
See p.66 “Auto Reduce/Enlarge”.
See p.77 “Staple”.
See p.80 “Punch”.
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Preset Reduce/Enlarge
You can select a preset ratio for copying.
2
❖ Base Point
The base point of Reduce/Enlarge differs depending on how the original is
scanned. When the original is placed on the exposure glass, the upper left corner will be the base point. When it is placed in the ADF, the bottom left corner
will be the base point.
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A
B
Base point when placed on the exposure glass.
Base point when placed in the ADF.
A Press [Reduce / Enlarge].
B Select a ratio, and then press [OK].
C Place your originals, and then press the {Start} key.
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Note
❒ To select a preset ratio on the initial display in step A, press the shortcut
reduce/enlarge key and go to step C.
❒ See “Shortcut R / E” and “R / E Ratio Priority”, General Settings Guide.
Create Margin function
2
Create Margin function reduces the image to 93% of its original size to place the
reduced image at the centre. By combining it with the Reduce/Enlarge function,
you can further increase a margin.
A Press [Create Margin] displayed on the initial display.
B If you do not want to combine it with the Reduce/Enlarge function, place
your originals, and then press the {Start} key.
Note
❒ See “Customize: Copier Function Key”, “Ratio for Create Margin”, General Settings Guide.
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Zoom
You can change the reproduction ratio in increments of 1%.
2
To select the ratio with [o] and [n]
Select a ratio using [o] or [n].
A Press [Reduce / Enlarge].
B Select a preset ratio which is close to the desired ratio.
C Adjust the ratio with [o] or [n].
To change the ratio in increments of 1%, press [o] or [n]. To change the ratio
increments of 10%, press and hold down [o] or [n].
D Press [OK].
E Place the originals, and then press the {Start} key.
Note
❒ If you have incorrectly entered the ratio in step C, readjust it with [o] or
[n].
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To enter the ratio with the number keys
Select a ratio using the number keys.
A Press [Reduce / Enlarge].
2
B Press [Number keys].
C Enter the desired ratio with the number keys, and then press {q} key.
D Press [OK] twice.
E Place your originals, and then press the {Start} key.
Auto Reduce/Enlarge
The machine can choose an appropriate reproduction ratio based on the paper
and original sizes you select.
Important
❒ You cannot use the bypass tray with this function.
❒ When using Auto Reduce/Enlarge, see the following table for original sizes
and orientations you can use:
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❖ Metric version
Where original is placed
Original size and orientation
Exposure glass
A3L, B4 JISL, A4KL, B5 JISKL, 8” × 13”L
ADF
A3L, B4 JISL, A4KL, B5 JISKL, A5KL, 11 × 17L,
81/2” × 11”KL, 8” × 13”L, 8KL, 16KKL
❖ Inch version
2
Where original is placed
Paper size and orientation
Exposure glass
11” × 17”L, 81/2” × 14”L, 81/2” × 11”KL
ADF
A3L, A4KL, 11” × 17”L, 81/2” × 14”L, 81/2” × 11”KL,
51/2” × 81/2”KL, 10” × 14”L, 71/4” × 101/2”L
A Press [Auto Reduce / Enlarge].
B Select the paper type.
C Place your originals, and then press the {Start} key.
Reference
See p.12 “Non-compatible originals for the Auto Document Feeder”.
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Size Magnification
This function calculates an enlargement or reduction ratio based on the lengths
of the original and copy.
2
Measure and specify the lengths of the original and copy by comparing “A” with
“a”.
A Press [Reduce / Enlarge].
B Press [Size Magnification].
C Enter the length of the original with the number keys, and then press {q}
key.
You can enter sizes between 1 to 999 mm in 1 mm steps.
D Enter the length of the copy with the number keys, and then press {q} key.
E Press [OK] twice.
F Place the originals, and then press the {Start} key.
Note
❒ To change the length after pressing {q} key in step D, select [Original] or
[Copy], and then enter the desired length.
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Directional Magnification (%)
Specify the horizontal and vertical lengths of the original and copy image at different reproduction ratio. Copies can be reduced or enlarged at different reproduction ratios horizontally and vertically.
2
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a: Horizontal ratio
b: Vertical ratio
To enter the ratio with the number keys
Select a ratio using the number keys.
A Press [Reduce / Enlarge].
B Press [Direct. Mag. %].
C Press [Horizontal].
D Enter the desired ratio with the number keys, and then press {q} key.
E Press [Vertical].
F Enter the desired ratio with the number keys, and then press {q} key.
G Press [OK] twice.
H Place the originals, and then press the {Start} key.
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To specify a ration with [o] and [n]
Select a ratio using [o] or [n].
A Press [Reduce / Enlarge].
2
B Press [Direct. Mag. %].
C Press [[n] [o] keys].
D Press [Horizontal].
E Adjust the ratio using [n] or [o].
Pressing [n] or [o] changes the ratio in increments of 1%. Pressing and holding down [n] or [o] changes it in increments of 10%.
F Press [Vertical].
G Adjust the ratio with [n] or [o].
H Press [OK] twice.
I Place your originals, and then press the {Start} key.
Note
❒ If you have incorrectly entered the ratio in steps E or G, readjust it with [n]
or [o].
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Directional Size Magnification (mm)
Specify the horizontal and vertical lengths of the original and copy image. Copies can be reduced or enlarged at different reproduction ratios horizontally and
vertically.
2
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A
Horizontal original size: Amm
B Vertical original size: Bmm
C Horizontal copy size: amm
D Vertical copy size: bmm
Measure and specify the lengths of the original and copy by comparing “A” with
“a” and “B” with “b”.
A Press [Reduce / Enlarge].
B Press [Dir. Size Mag. mm].
C Enter the horizontal size of the original with the number keys, and then
press {q} key.
You can enter sizes between 1 to 999 mm in 1 mm (0.1”) steps.
D Enter the horizontal size of the copy with the number keys, and then press
{q} key.
E Enter the vertical size of the original with the number keys, and then press
{q} key.
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F Enter the vertical size of the copy with the number keys, and then press
{q} key.
G Press [OK] twice.
H Place the originals, and then press the {Start} key.
Note
❒ To change a length in steps C to F, press the key you wish to change and
enter the new value.
2
Sort
The machine assembles copies as sets in sequential order.
Important
❒ To use the Rotate Sort function, two paper trays loaded with same size and
type paper, but in different orientation (KL), are required. See “Paper Type:
Tray 1-4”, General Settings Guide.
❒ You cannot use the bypass tray with Rotate Sort.
❖ Sort
Copies are assembled as sets in sequential order.
❖ Rotate Sort
Every other copy set is rotated by 90 degrees (KL) and delivered to the copy
tray.
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A Press [Finishing].
B Select [Sort] or [Rotate Sort], and then press [OK].
When a finisher is not installed:
2
When the 500-sheet finisher is installed:
When the 1000-sheet finisher is installed:
When the booklet finisher is installed:
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C Enter the number of copy sets using the number keys.
D Place your originals.
When placing an original on the exposure glass, start with the first page to be
copied. When placing an original in the ADF, set so the first page is on the top.
When placing an original on the exposure glass or in the ADF using Batch
mode, press the {q} key after all the originals have been scanned.
2
E Press the {Start} key.
Note
❒ To confirm the type of finishing, press the {Sample Copy} key in step D.
❒ See “Memory Full Auto Scan Restart”, “Rotate Sort: Auto Paper Continue”, “Auto Tray Switching”, General Settings Guide.
Sample copy
Use this function to check the copy settings before making a long copy run.
Important
❒ This function can be used only when the Sort function is turned on.
A Select Sort and any other necessary functions, and then place the originals.
B Press the {Sample Copy} key.
One copy set is delivered as a sample.
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C If the sample is acceptable, press [Continue].
The number of copies made is the number specified, minus one for the proof
copy.
Note
❒ If you press [Suspend] after checking the results, return to step A to adjust
the copy settings as necessary. You can change the settings for Staple, Duplex (1 sided → 1 sided, 1 sided → 2 sided), Copy Orientation, Margin Adjust., and Cover/Slip Sheet. However, depending on the combination of
functions, you may not be able to change some settings.
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Changing the Number of Sets
You can change the number of copy sets during copying.
Important
❒ This function can only be used when the Sort function is turned on.
A While “Copying...” is displayed, press the {Clear/Stop} key.
B Press [Change Quantity].
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C Enter the number of copy sets with the number keys, and then press the
{q} key.
D Press [Continue].
Copying starts again.
Note
❒ The number of sets you can enter in step C differs depending on when the
{Clear/Stop} key is pressed.
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Stack
Copies can be assembled with each page placed.
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2
If a finisher is installed, each time the copies of one page are delivered, the next
copy is shifted when delivered so you can separate each job by page.
Important
❒ You cannot use the bypass tray with this function.
A Press [Stack].
B Enter the number of copies with the number keys.
C Place your originals, and then press the {Start} key.
Note
❒ When placing an original on the exposure glass, start with the first page to
be copied. When placing an original in the ADF, set so the last page is on
the bottom.
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Staple
Each copy set can be stapled together.
2
Important
❒ You cannot use the bypass tray with this function.
❖ Stapling position and original setting
Place all the originals in the ADF in the orientation in which they can be read
normally. When placing the original on the exposure glass, keep the same orientation, but set the original facing downwards. When there is copy paper
that is identical in size and orientation to your original, the staple positions
are as follows:
❖ 500-sheet finisher
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❖ 1000-sheet finisher
2
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❖ Booklet finisher
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This table shows the stapling positions, not the orientation of delivery.
Left 2K and Top 2L are not available for larger than A4 size paper.
A Press [Finishing].
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B Select one of the stapling positions.
500-sheet finisher
2
1000-sheet finisher
Booklet finisher
When you select a stapling position, Sort mode is automatically selected.
C Enter the number of copy sets using the number keys.
D Place your originals, and then press the {Start} key.
Note
❒ When placing an original on the exposure glass, start with the first page to
be copied. When placing an original in the ADF, set so that the last page is
on the bottom.
❒ When placing an original on the exposure glass or in the ADF using Batch
mode, press the {q} key after all the originals have been scanned.
❒ See “Select Stapling Position”, General Settings Guide.
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Punch
You can make punch holes in copies.
❖ 2 holes
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❖ 3 holes
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❖ 4 holes
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Important
❒ You cannot use the bypass tray with this function.
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❖ Punch hole positions
The relationship between the orientation in which you place the original and
the punch hole positions is as follows:
Punch
hole
position
2 hole left
Original location
Exposur
ADF
glass
4 hole top
4 hole left
3 hole top
3 hole left
2 hole top
2
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This table shows the punch hole positions, not the orientation of delivery.
2 hole left K and 2 hole top L are not available for larger than A4 size paper.
A Press [Finishing].
B Select one of the punch hole positions.
C Place your originals, and then press the {Start} key.
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Duplex
There are two types of duplex.
❖ 1 Sided → 2 Sides
Copies 2 one-sided pages on 1 two-sided page.
2
❖ 2 Sided → 2 Sided
Copies 1 two-sided page on 1 two sided page.
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❖ Original orientation and completed copies
The resulting copy image will differ according to the orientation in which you
place your originals (vertical or horizontal).
The table shows the orientation of images on the front and back of copies, not
the orientation of delivery.
2
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A Press [Dup./Combine/Series].
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B Select [1 Sided → 2 Sided] or [2 Sided → 2 Sided].
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C Press [OK].
D Place the originals, and then press the {Start} key.
Note
❒ You cannot use the bypass tray with this function.
❒ The maximum paper weight that can be used with duplex copying is 64–
105 g/m2 (17-28 lb.).
❒ When placing an original on the exposure glass, start with the first page to
be copied. When placing an original in the ADF, set so that the last page is
on the bottom.
❒ You can also select “1 Sided to 2 Sided” or “2 Sided to 2 Sided” directly by
pressing the Copy Function Key in step A. In that case, proceed to step D.
❒ To change originals and copy orientation in step B, press [Orientation].
❒ When placing an original on the exposure glass or in the ADF using Batch
mode, press the {q} key after all the originals have been scanned.
❒ For related initial settings, see “Front Margin: Left / Right”, “Back Margin:
Left / Right”, “Front Margin: Top / Bottom”, “Back Margin: Top / Bottom”, General Settings Guide.
Reference
See p.99 “Margin Adjustment”.
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Originals and copy orientation
You can select the orientation.
• Top to Top
2
Duplex1
• Top to Bottom
Duplex2
A Select orientation (original and copy), and then press [OK].
Note
❒ The default setting is [Top to Top]. You can change the default orientation
with Copier Features in User Tools. See “Copy Orientation in Duplex
Mode”, “Original Orientation in Duplex Mode”, General Settings Guide.
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One-Sided Combine
Combine several pages onto one side of a sheet.
There are six types of One-Sided Combine.
❖ 1 Sided 2 Pages → Combine 1 Side
Copies 2 one-sided originals to one side of a sheet.
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❖ 1 Sided 4 Pages → Combine 1 Side
Copies 4 one-sided originals to one side of a sheet.
❖ 1 Sided 8 Pages → Combine 1 Side
Copies 8 one-sided originals to one side of a sheet.
❖ 2 Sided 1 Page → Combine 1 Side
Copies 1 two-sided original to one side of a sheet.
❖ 2 Sided 2 Page → Combine 1 Side
Copies 2 two-sided originals to one side of a sheet.
❖ 2 Sided 4 Page → Combine 1 Side
Copies 4 two-sided originals to one side of a sheet.
❖ Orientation of the original and image position of combine
Open to left (K) originals
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Open to top (L) originals
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Placing originals (originals placed in the ADF)
• Originals read from left to right
Combine5
2
• Originals read from top to bottom
Combine6
A Press [Dup./Combine/Series].
B Press [Combine].
C Select [1 Sided] or [2 Sided] for Original, and then press [Combine 1 Side] for
Copy.
D Select the number of originals to combine.
E Select the paper size.
F Press [OK].
G Place your originals, and then press the {Start} key.
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Note
❒ You cannot use the bypass tray with this function.
❒ You can also select [1 sided → Comb 2 orig] or [1 sided → Comb 4 orig] directly
by pressing the Copy Function Key in step A. In that case, proceed to step
G.
❒ See “Erase Original Shadow in Combine”, “Copy Order in Combine”,
“Separation Line in Combine”, General Settings Guide.
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Reference
See p.85 “Originals and copy orientation”.
Two-Sided Combine
Combines various pages of originals into one sheet with two sides.
There are six types of Two-Sided Combine.
❖ 1 Sided 4 Pages → Combine 2 Side
Copies 4 one-sided originals to one sheet with two pages per side.
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❖ 1 Sided 8 Pages → Combine 2 Side
Copies 8 one-sided originals to one sheet with four pages per side.
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A
B
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Back
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❖ 1 Sided 16 Pages → Combine 2 Side
Copies 16 one-sided originals to one sheet with eight pages per side.
2
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A
B
Front
Back
❖ 2 Sided 2 Pages → Combine 2 Side
Copies 2 two-sided originals to one sheet with two pages per side.
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❖ 2 Sided 4 Pages → Combine 2 Side
Copies 4 two-sided originals to one sheet with four pages per side.
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A
B
Front
Back
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❖ 2 Sided 8 Pages → Combine 2 Side
Copies 8 two-sided originals to one sheet with eight pages per side.
2
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A
B
Front
Back
A Press [Dup./Combine/Series].
B Press [Combine].
C Select [1 Sided] or [2 Sided] for Original, and then press [Combine 2 Sides] for
Copy.
D Select the number of originals to combine.
E Press [OK].
F Place your originals, and then press the {Start} key.
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Note
❒ You cannot use the bypass tray with this function.
❒ See “Erase Original Shadow in Combine”, “Copy Order in Combine”,
“Separation Line in Combine”, General Settings Guide.
Reference
See p.85 “Originals and copy orientation”.
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Series Copies
Separately copies the front and back of a two-sided original or the two facing
pages of a bound original onto two sheets.
There are two types of Series Copies.
Important
❒ You cannot use the Book → 1 Sided function from the ADF.
❒ See the following table for original and copy paper sizes when using a 100%
ratio:
❖ Metric version
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❖ Inch version
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❖ Book → 1 Sided
You can make one-sided copies from two facing pages of a bound original
(book).
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❖ 2 Sided → 1 Sided
You can make one-sided copies from two-sided originals.
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A Press [Dup./Combine/Series].
B Press [Series].
C Select [2 Sided → 1 Sided] or [Book → 1 Sided], and then press [OK].
If you selected [2 Sided → 1 Sided], you can change the orientation.
D Place your original on the exposure glass, and then press the {Start} key.
Note
❒ Press the {q} key after all originals have been scanned.
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Booklet/Magazine
Copies two or more originals in page order.
There are six types of Booklet/Magazine.
Important
❒ The following table shows the paper sizes of two-sided original and two-sided copy (when copying at a ratio of 100%):
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❖ Metric version
AMA020S
❖ Inch version
AMA027S
❖ 1 Sided → Booklet
Make copies in page order for a folded booklet as shown.
• Open to left
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• Open to right
2
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❖ 2 Sided → Booklet
Make two-sided originals to copies in page order for a folded booklet as
shown.
• Open to left
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• Open to right
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❖ 1 Sided → Magazine
Copies two or more originals to make copies in page order when they are
folded and stacked.
• Open to left
2
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• Open to right
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❖ 2 Sided → Magazine
Copies two or more originals of two-sided to make copies in page order when
they are folded and stacked.
• Open to left
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• Open to right
2
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❖ Book → 2 Sided
Copies a two-page spread original onto one sheet with one page per side.
You cannot use the bypass tray with “Book → 2 Sided” or “Front&Back → 2
Sided”.
❖ Front & Back → 2 Sided
Copies each two-page spread original as it is onto both sides of a sheet.
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❖ How to fold and unfold copies to make a booklet
As shown below, fold a copy along the centreline, and open.
2
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A
B
Open to left
Open to right
❖ How to fold and unfold copies to make a magazine
As shown below, fold and stack copies to make a magazine, and open.
• Open to left
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• Open to right
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A Select [Open to Left] or [Open to Right] with User Tools.
See “Orientation: Booklet, Magazine”, General Settings Guide.
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B Press [Dup./Combine/Series].
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C Press [Book].
D Select a book type separately for the original ([1 Sided] or [2 Sided]) and copy
([Booklet] or [Magazine]), or select a book type from [Book → 2 Sided] and
[Front&Back → 2 Sided].
E Select the paper.
F Press [OK].
G Place your originals, and then press the {Start} key.
Note
❒ You cannot use the bypass tray with this function.
❒ When placing an original on the exposure glass or in the ADF using Batch
mode, press the {q} key after all the originals have been scanned.
❒ The machine sets the reproduction ratio automatically to meet the paper
size.
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Margin Adjustment
Copies originals leaving a binding margin.
2
A Press [Edit / Colour].
B Press [Margin Adj.].
C Set a binding margin for a front page. Press [←] and [→] when setting the
left and right margins, and [↓] and [↑] when setting the top and bottom margins.
D Set a binding margin for the back side pages. Press [←] and [→] when setting the left and right margins, and [↓] and [↑] when setting the top and bottom margins, and then press [OK].
Margin on the back side of the page is valid when [1 Sided → 2 Sided] or [Combine 2 Sides] is selected.
E Place your originals, and then press the {Start} key.
Note
❒ If you make a mistake, press [←], [→], [↓], [↑], or press [Clear] to set a new
value.
❒ If you do not need to specify the margins for the back side pages in step C,
press [OK] and proceed to step E.
❒ See “Front Margin: Left / Right”, “Back Margin: Left / Right”, “Front Margin: Top / Bottom”, “Back Margin: Top / Bottom”, “1 Sided → 2 Sided
Auto Margin: TtoT”, “1 Sided → 2 Sided Auto Margin: TtoB”, General Settings Guide.
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Erase
This function erases the centre and/or all four sides of the original image.
This function has the following three types:
❖ Border
This mode erases the edge margin of the original image.
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❖ Centre
This mode erases the centre margin of the original image.
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❖ Centre/Border
This mode erases both the centre and edge margins of the original image.
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Note
❒ The relationship between the original orientation and the erased part is as follows:
L original
K original
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A
Erased part
B 2-99 mm (0.1”-3.9”)
❒ The erase width is set to 10 mm (0.4 inch) as a default. You can change this
setting with User Tools. See “Erase Centre Width”, “Erase Border Width”,
General Settings Guide.
Border Erase (same width)
This mode erases the edge margin of the original image.
A Press [Edit / Colour].
B Press [Erase].
C Press [Erase Centre / Border].
D Press [Same Width].
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E Set an erase border width with [n] or [o].
Pressing [n] or [o] changes the width in increments of 1 mm (0.1 inch).
Pressing and holding down the relevant key changes the width in increments
of 10 mm (0.4 inch).
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F Press [OK] twice.
G Place your originals, and then press the {Start} key.
Note
❒ To change the value entered in step E, press [n] and [o] to set a new value.
Border Erase (different width)
This mode erases the edge margin of the original image.
A Press [Edit / Colour].
B Press [Erase].
C Press [Erase Centre / Border].
D Press [Different Width ].
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E Press the key for the border you want to change and set an erase width with
[n] and [o].
2
F Press [OK] twice.
G Place your originals, and then press the {Start} key.
Centre Erase
This mode erases the centre margin of the original image.
A Press [Edit / Colour].
B Press [Erase].
C Press [Erase Centre / Border].
D Press [Erase Centre].
E Set the erase centre width with [n] and [o].
F Press [OK] twice.
G Place your originals, and then press the {Start} key.
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Centre/Border Erase (same width)
This mode erases both the centre and edge margins of the original image.
A Press [Edit / Colour].
2
B Press [Erase].
C Press [Erase Centre / Border].
D Press [Erase Centre / Border].
E Press [Same Width].
F Press [Centre], and then set the erase centre width with [n] and [o].
G Press [Border], and then set the erase border width with [n] and [o].
H Press [OK] twice.
I Place your originals, and then press the {Start} key.
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Centre/Border Erase (different width)
This mode erases both the centre and edge margins of the original image.
A Press [Edit / Colour].
2
B Press [Erase].
C Press [Erase Centre / Border].
D Press [Erase Centre / Border].
E Press [Different Width ].
F Press the key for the order you want to change and set an erase width with
[n] and [o].
G Press [OK] twice.
H Place your originals, and then press the {Start} key.
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Background Numbering
Use this function to have numbers printed on the background of copies. If this
function is used in conjunction with Sort, same numbers are printed on a department basis, helping you to keep track of confidential documents.
Important
❒ You cannot use the bypass tray with this function.
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A Press [Edit / Colour].
B Press [Stamp].
C Press [Background Numbering].
D Enter the number to start counting from with the number keys, and then
press {q} key.
E Press [OK] twice.
F Place your originals, and then press the {Start} key.
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Note
❒ To change the value entered in step D, press the [Clear] or {Clear/Stop} key
to set a new value.
❒ When the Full Colour Copy is selected, the full Colour counter will advance to “1”.
❒ The default Colour is black.
❒ See “Size”, “Density”, General Settings Guide.
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Preset Stamp
Messages are stamped on copied.
Important
❒ You cannot use the bypass tray with this function.
❒ Only one message can be stamped at a time.
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• The following eight messages are available for stamping:
“COPY”, “URGENT”, “PRIORITY”, “For Your Info.”, “PRELIMINARY”,
“For Internal Use Only”, “CONFIDENTIAL”, “DRAFT”
❖ Stamp position and original orientation
The stamp positions differ according to the orientation in which you place
your originals.
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A Press [Edit / Colour].
2
B Press [Stamp].
C Press [Preset Stamp].
D Select the desired message.
You can change the Stamp Colour, position, size, and density of the stamp.
E Press [All Pages] or [1st Page Only] to select the print page.
F After you specify all desired settings, press [OK].
G Press [OK] twice.
H Place your originals, and then press the {Start} key.
Note
❒ When the Full Colour Copy is selected, the full Colour counter will advance to “1”.
❒ The default user stamp Colour is red.
❒ See “Stamp Priority”, “Stamp Language”, “Stamp Position”, “Stamp Format”, General Settings Guide.
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Changing the stamp Colour
Changes the stamp Colour.
A Press [Stamp Colour].
B Select the stamp Colour, and then press [OK].
2
Changing the stamp position, size and density
Changes the stamp position, size and density.
A Press [Change].
B Select the position for print, size, and density, and then press [OK].
User Stamp
Copies a scanned image as a stamp. Letters or images you use frequently can be
registered.
Important
❒ You have to register a user stamp before using this function.
❒ You cannot use the bypass tray with this function.
❒ Only one message can be stamped each time.
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❖ Stamp position and original orientation
The user stamp positions differ according to the orientation in which you
place your originals.
2
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A Press [Edit / Colour].
B Press [Stamp].
C Press [User Stamp].
D Select the stamp you require.
You can change the stamp Colour and position.
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E Press [All Pages] or [1st Page Only] to select the print page.
2
F After making all settings, press [OK].
G Press [OK].
H Place your originals, and then press the {Start} key.
Note
❒ When the Full Colour Copy is selected, the full Colour counter will advance to “1”.
❒ The default user stamp Colour is red.
❒ See “Stamp Format: 1-4”, “Stamp Colour: 1-4”, General Settings Guide.
Changing the user stamp Colour
Changes the stamp Colour.
A Press [Stamp Colour].
B Select the stamp Colour, and then press [OK].
Changing the user stamp position
Changes the stamp position.
A Press [Change] under < Stamp Position >.
B Select the desired position, and then press [OK].
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To program the user stamp
This function scans an image that is used as a user stamp.
The range of stamp images for readability is 10–297 mm (0.4”-11.7”) high and
10–432 mm (0.4”-17.0”) wide. However, if the value exceeds the maximum value
of the area (5,000 mm2, 7.75 inch2), it is corrected within the range of the area automatically.
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A Make sure that the machine is in copier mode.
B Press the {User Tools/Counter} key.
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C Press [Copier / Document Server Features].
D Press [Stamp].
E Press [User Stamp].
F Press [Program / Delete Stamp].
G Press [mProgram], and then press the stamp number you want to program.
H Enter the user stamp name (up to ten characters) with the letter keys, and
then press [OK].
I Enter the horizontal size of the stamp with the number keys, and then press
{q} key.
J Press [Vertical], and then enter the vertical size of the stamp with the number
keys, and then press {q} key.
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K Place the original for user stamp on the exposure glass, and then press [Start
Scanning].
The original will be scanned, and the stamp will be registered.
L Press [Exit].
M Press [Exit].
2
The display returns to the Printer Configuration menu screen.
N Press [Exit].
Exits settings and gets ready to copy.
Note
❒ Stamp numbers with m already have settings in them.
❒ If the stamp number is already being used, the machine will ask you if you
want to overwrite it . Press [Yes] or [No].
❒ Originals cannot be scanned from the ADF when programming the user
stamp.
To delete the user stamp
Deletes an image registered as a user stamp.
You cannot restore a deleted stamp.
A Make sure that the machine is in Copy mode.
B Press the {User Tools/Counter} key.
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C Press [Copier / Document Server Features].
2
D Press [Stamp].
E Press [User Stamp].
F Press [Program / Delete Stamp].
G Press [Delete], and then press the stamp number you want to delete.
H Select [Yes], and then press [Exit].
I Press [Exit].
The display returns to the Copier/Document Server Features main menu.
J Press [Exit].
Exits settings and gets ready to copy.
Date Stamp
Use this function to print dates on your copies.
17/11/2006
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You can select from the following styles:
• MM/DD/YYYY
• MM.DD.YYYY
• DD/MM/YYYY
• DD.MM.YYYY
• YYY.MM.DD
Copier Functions
❖ Stamp position and original orientation
The date stamp positions differ according to the orientation in which you
place your originals.
2
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Important
❒ You cannot use the bypass tray with this function.
A Press [Edit / Colour].
B Press [Stamp].
C Press [Date Stamp].
D Select the stamp format.
You can change the Stamp Colour, style and position of the date to be
stamped.
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E Press [All Pages] or [1st Page Only] to select the print page.
2
F After all settings are complete, press [OK].
G Press [OK].
H Place your originals, and then press the {Start} key.
Note
❒ You can change the Stamp Colour, format and position of the date to be
stamped.
❒ The default Colour is Black.
❒ See “Date Stamp”, General Settings Guide.
To change the date stamp Colour
Changes the stamp Colour.
A Press [Stamp Colour].
B Select the stamp Colour, and then press [OK].
To change the format of date
Changes the style of date to be stamped.
A Press [Change Format] under < Current Date>.
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B Select the date format, and then press [OK].
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To change the date stamp position
Changes the stamp position.
A Press [Change] under < Stamp Position >.
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B Select the desired date stamp position, and then press [OK].
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Page Numbering
Use this function to print page numbers on your copies.
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There are six types of page numbering.
• P1,P2,…
• 1/5,2/5,…
• -1-,-2-,…
• P.1,P.2,…
• 1, 2, …
• 1-1,1-2,…
❖ Stamp position and original orientation
The page stamp positions differ according to the orientation in which you
place your originals.
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Important
❒ You cannot use the bypass tray with this function.
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A Press [Edit / Colour].
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B Press [Stamp].
C Press [Page Numbering].
D Select the format.
E After you specify all desired settings, press [OK].
F Press [OK].
G Place the originals, and then press the {Start} key.
Note
❒ You can specify the stamp Colour, position, pages to be stamped, and
numbering.
❒ The default Colour is black.
❒ See “Stamp”, General Settings Guide.
Changing the stamp Colour
Changes the stamp Colour.
A Press [Stamp Colour].
B Select the stamp Colour, and then press [OK].
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Changing the stamp position
Changes the stamp position.
A Press [Change] under < Stamp Position >.
B Select the desired position, and then press [OK].
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Specifying the first printing page and start number (“P1,P2...”, “-1-,-2-...”, “P.1,P.2...”,
“1,2...”)
Below explains the example when “P1, P2 …” is selected. The steps are the same
for other cases.
A Press [Change] under <Change Numbering>.
B Press [First Printing Page], enter the original sheet number from which to start
printing from, and then press the {q} key.
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C Press [First Printing Number], enter the number of page from which to start
numbering from with the number keys, and then press the {q} key.
The example below shows when the first printing page is “2” and the start
number is “3”.
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D Press [Last Number], enter the number of the page at which to stop numbering with the number keys, and then press the {q} key.
If you want to number all pages to the end, press [to the End].
E When page designation is complete, press [OK].
F Press [OK] twice.
Specifying the first printing page and start number (“1/5,2/5…”)
A Press [Change] under <Change Numbering>.
B Press [First Printing Page]. Enter the original sheet number from which to start
printing, and then press {q} key.
You can enter between 1 and 9999 for the original sheet number from which
to start printing.
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C Press [First Printing Number], enter the number of page from which to start
numbering from with the number keys, and then press the {q} key.
D Press [Last Number], enter the number of page at which to stop numbering
with the number keys, and then press the {q} key.
Proceed to step E when not changing.
If you want to number all pages to the end, press [to the End].
The last number is the last page number to print. For example, if Total Pages
is ten, if you want to print up to seven pages and do not want to print from
page 8 on, enter “7” for Last Number. Normally, you do not need to enter the
number.
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E Press [Total Pages], enter the total number of original pages with the number
keys, and then press the {q} key.
F When page designation is complete, press [OK] twice.
G Place the originals, and then press the {Start} key.
Note
❒ To change the number entered in step B, press the [Clear] or {Clear/Stop}
key, and then enter a new number.
❒ To change the settings (the first printing page, the number of page from
which to start numbering, or total number of pages) after pressing [OK],
press [Change] and then enter the numbers again.
❒ To change a page number, press [StartPage], and then enter the number
with number keys.
Specifying the first printing page and start number (“1-1,1-2…”)
A Press [Change] under <Change Numbering>.
B Press [First Printing Page], enter the original sheet number from which to start
printing, and then press the {q} key.
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C Press [First Chapter No.], enter the chapter number from which to start num-
bering with the number keys, and then press the {q} key.
You can enter between 1 and 9999 for the chapter number from which to start
numbering.
D Press [First Printing Number], enter the page number from which to start printing with the number keys, and then press the {q} key.
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E Press [OK].
F When page designation is complete, press [OK] twice.
G Place the originals, and then press the {Start} key.
Note
❒ To change the number entered in step B, press the [Clear] or {Clear/Stop}
key, and then enter a new number.
❒ If you selected “1/5,2/5...” and want to change the settings (the first printing page, the number of page from which to start numbering, or total
number of pages) after pressing [OK] in step F, press [Change] and then enter the numbers again.
❒ If you selected “1/5,2/5...” and want to change a page number after pressing [OK] in step F, press [Change] and then enter the number again with the
number keys.
Image Repeat
The original image is copied repeatedly.
There are two ways to specify an image to be repeated.
❖ Whole Area Repeat
Repeatedly copies the entire image.
❖ Specified Area Repeat
Repeatedly copies a specified portion of the image.
Note
❒ See “Image Repeat Separation Line”, General Settings Guide.
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Whole Area Repeat
Repeatedly copies the entire image.
The number of repeated images depends on the original size, copy paper size,
and reproduction ratio. For example, see the following table:
❖ Original: A5K/Copy paper: A4K or Original: A5L/Copy paper A4L, Original:
51/2” × 81/2”K/Copy paper: 81/2” × 11”K or Original: 51/2” × 81/2”L/Copy paper:
81/2” × 11”L
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4 repeats (71%)
16 repeats (35%)
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Repeat1
❖ Original: A5K/Copy paper: A4L or Original: A5L/Copy paper A4K, Original:
51/2” × 81/2”K/Copy paper: 81/2” × 11”L or Original: 51/2” × 81/2”L/Copy paper:
81/2” × 11”K
2 repeats (100%)
Repeat3
8 repeats (50%)
32 repeats (25%)
Repeat4
A Select the size of copy paper and the reproduction ratio.
B Press [Edit / Colour].
C Press [Edit Image].
D Press [Image Repeat].
E Make sure that [Whole Area] is selected, and then press [OK].
F Press [OK].
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G Place your original, and then press the {Start} key.
Specified Area Repeat
Repeatedly copies a specified portion of the image.
Determine the location of the area's base point and its length and width.
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Set on the exposure glass
Important
❒ You cannot use this function from the ADF.
A Measure the location of the base point (X1, Y1) and its length and width (X2,
Y2) for the area of the image repeatedly copied.
You can set any value in the range of X1: 0-412 mm (0”-16.2”), X2: 20-432 mm
(0.8”-17.0”), Y1: 0-277 mm (0”-10.8”), and Y2: 20-297 mm (0.8”-11.6”).
B Select the size of copy paper and the reproduction ratio.
C Press [Edit / Colour].
D Press [Edit Image].
E Press [Image Repeat].
F Press [Specified Area].
G Enter the length of [X1] with number keys, and then press {q} key.
H Enter the length of [Y1] with the number keys, and then press {q} key.
I Enter the length of [X2] with the number keys, and then press {q} key.
J Enter the length of [Y2] with the number keys, and then press {q} key.
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K Press [OK] twice.
L Place the original on the exposure glass, and then press the {Start} key.
Double Copies
One original image is copied twice on one copy as shown.
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❒ You cannot use the bypass tray with this function.
❒ See the following table for original and copy paper sizes when using a 100%
ratio:
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A Press [Edit / Colour].
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B Press [Edit Image].
C Press [Double Copies].
D Press [OK].
E Select the paper.
F Place your originals, and then press the {Start} key.
Note
❒ See “Double Copies Separation Line”, General Settings Guide.
Centring
You can make copies with the image moved to the centre of the copy paper.
Important
❒ You cannot use the bypass tray with this function.
❒ The original sizes and directions for centring are listed below.
❖ Metric version
Original placed on:
Original size and orientation
Exposure glass
A3L, B4 JISL, A4KL, B5 JISKL, 8” × 13”L
ADF
A3L, B4 JISL, A4KL, B5 JISKL, A5KL, 11 × 17L,
81/2” × 11”KL, 8” × 13”L, 8KL, 16KKL
❖ Inch version
Original placed on:
Paper size and orientation
Exposure glass
11” × 17”L, 81/2” × 14”L, 81/2” × 11”KL
ADF
A3L, A4KL, 11” × 17”L, 81/2” × 14”L, 81/2” × 11”KL,
51/2” × 81/2”KL, 10” × 14”L, 71/4” × 101/2”L
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A Select the paper.
B Press [Edit / Colour].
C Press [Edit Image].
D Press [Centring].
E Press [OK].
F Place your originals, and then press the {Start} key.
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Positive/Negative
Copies an image inverted. If your original is black and white, copy images are
inverted. If your original is Colour, the density, darkness and brightness of each
Colour will be reversed and inverted to complimentary Colours.
Important
❒ If your original is black and white, copy images are inverted. If your original
is Colour, the density, darkness and brightness of each Colour will be reversed and inverted to complimentary Colours.
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A Press [Edit / Colour].
B Press [Edit Image].
C Press [Positive / Negative].
D Press [OK].
E Select the paper.
F Place your originals, and then press the {Start} key.
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Mirror
Copies by reversing the image from left to right, as reflected in a mirror.
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A Press [Edit / Colour].
B Press [Edit Image].
C Press [Mirror Image].
D Press [OK].
E Place the originals, and then press the {Start} key.
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Covers
Covers function includes Front Cover and Front/Back Covers.
❖ Front cover
The first page of your originals is copied on specific paper sheet for covers, or
a cover sheet is inserted before the first copy.
• Copy
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❖ Front/Back Covers
The first and last pages of your original are copied on specific paper for use
as covers, or a cover sheet is inserted before the first copy and after the last
copy.
• Copy
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A Set the tray for the front cover paper.
The cover sheet should be the same size and orientation as the copy paper.
See “Cover Sheet Tray”, General Settings Guide.
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B Press [Cover/Slip Sheet].
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C Select [Copy] or [Blank] for the cover sheet, and then press [OK].
D Select the paper tray that contains the sheet paper to copy the originals.
E Place your originals in the ADF,and then press the {Start} key.
Note
❒ You can set neither the copy paper for originals nor cover sheets in the bypass tray.
❒ When selecting [Copy] in step C, select whether the front and back covers
are copied 1 Sided or 2 Sided.
Designate
Use this function to have certain pages of your original copied onto slip sheets
or to insert a slip sheet for each page specified.
Important
❒ Before using this function, set the special paper tray for slip sheets.
❒ The slip sheets should be the same size and orientation as the copy paper.
❒ You cannot place the copy paper in the bypass tray.
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A Press [Cover/Slip Sheet].
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B Press [Designate / Chapter].
C Select [Designate: Copy] or [Designate: Blank].
D Press the key to select the chapter number.
To select pages 11 to 20 (chapter), press [11-20].
E Enter the page location of the first page of the first chapter with the number
keys, and then press the {q} key.
F To specify another page location, repeat steps D to E.
Up to 20 pages can be specified.
G Select the paper tray that contains the sheet paper to copy the originals.
H When you finish specifying pages, press [OK] twice.
I Place your originals in the ADF, and then press the {Start} key.
Reference
See “Slip Sheet Tray”, General Settings Guide.
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Chapters
The page locations you specify with this function will appear on the front of
copy sheets.
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Important
❒ Before selecting this function, press [Dup./Combine/Series] and select “1 Sided
→ 2 Sided” or “Combine”.
❒ This function can be used only when you use the Duplex (1 Sided→2 Sided)
or Combine function.
A Press [Cover/Slip Sheet].
B Press [Designate / Chapter].
C Press [Chapter].
D Press the key to select the chapter number.
To select chapters 11 to 20, press [11-20].
E Enter the page location of the first page of the first chapter with the number
keys, and then press the {q} key.
You can specify the pages up to 20.
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F To specify another page location, repeat steps D to E.
G Select the paper.
H When page designation is complete, [OK] twice.
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I Place the originals, and then press the {Start} key.
Slip Sheets
Every time an original page changes, a slip sheet is inserted. You can also print
on the inserted slip sheet.
Since a slip sheet is inserted for every page, you can protect printed surfaces.
This function is useful in copying OHP transparencies.
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Important
❒ Before using this function, set the special paper tray for slip sheets.
❒ Load the slip sheets in the same size and orientation as the copy paper or the
OHP transparency.
❖ When using OHP transparencies placed in the bypass tray
• Copy
• Blank
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A Press [Cover/Slip Sheet].
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B Select [Copy] or [Blank], and then press [OK].
C Select the paper tray containing the sheet paper to copy the originals.
When using OHP transparencies, open the bypass tray.
D Place the originals, and then press the {Start} key.
Note
❒ Press the {q} key and select [OHP (Transparency)] in Special paper.
❒ When copying OHP transparencies set on the bypass tray, if Internal Tray
1 is not selected for the output paper tray, copies are delivered to it.
❒ See “Slip Sheet Tray”, General Settings Guide.
Reference
See p.38 “When copying onto OHP Transparencies or Thin Paper”.
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Storing Data in the Document Server
The Document Server enables you to store documents in the memory and print
them as you want.
Important
❒ Data stored in the machine might be lost if some kind of failure occurs. The
manufacturer shall not be responsible for any damage that might result from
the loss of data.
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A Press [Store File].
B Enter a file name, user name, or password if necessary.
C Press [OK].
D Place the originals.
E Make the scanning settings for the original.
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F Press the {Start} key.
Originals are scanned and stored in memory.
Note
❒ To stop scanning, press the {Clear/Stop} key. To resume a paused scanning
job, press [Continue] in the confirmation display. To delete scanned images
and cancel the job, press [Stop]. The originals placed in the ADF are delivered.
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❒ When placing an original on the exposure glass, press the {q} key after
all the originals have been scanned.
❒ Data stored in the Document Server is set to be deleted after three days by
the factory default. You can specify the period after which the stored data
is deleted automatically. For details about changing settings, see “Auto
Delete File in Document Server”, General Settings Guide.
❒ To check if the document has been stored, press the {Document Server} key.
❒ If you want to store another document, do so after copying is complete.
❒ For details about the Document Server, see “Document Server”.
❒ For details about printing stored documents, see “Printing a Stored Document”.
❒ For details about setting user name, file name, and password, see “Storing
Data”.
❒ Depending on the security setting, [Access Privileges] may appear instead
of [User Name]. For details about specifying [Access Privileges], consult the
administrator.
Reference
See p.147 “Using the Document Server”.
See p.156 “Printing a Stored Document”.
See p.147 “Storing Data”.
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Programs
You can store the frequently used copy job settings in the machine memory and
recall them for future use.
You can store up to 10 programs.
Note
❒ You can select the standard mode or program No. 10 as the mode to be set
when modes are cleared or reset, or immediately after the operation switch is
turned on. See “Programming Defaults in Initial Display”.
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❒ Paper settings are stored based on paper size. So if you place more than one
paper tray of the same size, the paper tray prioritized with User Tools (System Settings) will be selected first. See “Paper Tray Priority”, General Settings
Guide.
❒ Programs are not deleted by turning the power off or by pressing the {Clear
Modes} key.
Storing a Program
Stores a program.
A Edit the copy settings so all functions you want to store in this program are
selected.
B Press the {Program} key.
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C Press [Program].
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D Press the program number you want to store.
E Enter the program name with the letter keys on the display panel.
You can enter up to 40 characters.
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F Press [OK].
The screen returns to the program screen, showing the program number followed by the program name. The screen returns to the initial copy display after a short time.
Note
❒ Program numbers with m against them already have settings made for
them.
❒ If you do not want to enter the program name in step E, proceed to step F.
Changing a Stored Program
Changes program settings.
A Check the program settings.
B Set the contents of a program.
C Press the {Program} key.
D Press [Program].
E Press the program number you want to store.
F Press [Yes].
G Enter the program name.
You can enter up to 40 characters.
H Press [OK].
The screen returns to the program screen, showing the program number followed by the program name. The screen returns to the initial copy display after a short time.
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Note
❒ When you want to check the contents of a program, recall the program.
❒ When it is overwritten, the previous program is deleted.
Deleting a Program
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Erases the contents of program.
A Press the {Program} key.
B Press [Delete].
C Press the program number you want to delete.
D Press [Yes].
The program is deleted, and the display returns to the initial copy display.
Recalling a Program
Recalls a stored program and copies its contents.
A Press the {Program} key.
B Press [Recall].
C Press the program number you want to recall.
The stored settings are displayed.
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D Place the originals, and then press the {Start} key.
Note
❒ Only programs with m against them contain a program in step C.
Programming Defaults in Initial Display
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This section describes how to program defaults for the initial display when
modes are cleared or reset, or immediately after the operation switch is turned.
The default settings you can program are Colour Mode, Paper Tray, Original
Type, Density, Special Original, Original Orientation, Cover/Slip Sheet, Edit /
Colour, Dup./Combine/Series, Reduce / Enlarge, Finishing.
A Specify scan settings and any other settings you require in the initial display.
B Press the {Program} key.
C Press [Program as Defaults].
D Press [Program].
E When a confirmation dialog appears, press [Yes].
The current settings are programmed as defaults. The screen returns to the initial display.
Note
❒ To restore the factory default settings on the initial display, press [Restore
Factory Defaults].
❒ The default settings can be programmed separately for the normal screen
and simplified screens.
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3. Document Server
Using the Document Server enables you to store documents being read with the
copy feature on the hard disk of this machine. Thus you can print them later applying necessary conditions.
Relationship between Document Server
and Other Functions
State of the Document Server varies depending on the function used.
❖ Copier Functions
• Storing method: Copy/Document Server
• List display: Available
• Printing: Available
• Transmission: Unavailable
❖ Printer Functions
• Storing method: Personal computer
• List display: Available
• Printing: Available
• Transmission: Unavailable
❖ Fax Functions
• Storing method: Fax
• List display: Available
• Printing: Available
• Transmission: Available
Transmission is done by use of the stored document transmission of the fax
feature. See “Sending Stored Documents”, Facsimile Reference.
❖ Scanner Functions
• Storing method: Scanner
• List display: Unavailable
When documents are stored with the scanner feature, you can confirm
them from the scanner feature screen. See “Displaying the List of Stored
Files”, Scanner Reference.
• Printing: Unavailable
• Transmission: Available
Transmission is done by use of the stored document transmission of the
scanner feature. See “Sending Stored Files”, Scanner Reference.
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Document Server Display
Following explains the screens and icons displayed in the Document Server
function.
❖ Document Server initial display
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1. This screen displays the operational status and messages.
2. The number of the originals being read with the memory as well as
the number of paper sets and copied
are displayed.
4. The function used for the storing
as well as the colour mode is displayed.
5. The functions under which the
documents were stored.
3. Keys for the operation is displayed.
The list display of the Document Server shows the following icons depending on
the storing function and the colour mode selected:
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Facsimile
Printer
Full colour
Black and white
Monochrome
Icons
Colour icons
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Note
❒ All the stored documents may not be displayed depending on the security
function specified.
Simplified Display
This section explains how to use the “Simplified Display” and introduces its
keys.
You can view the simplified display from the Document Server's initial screen
by pressing the {Simplified Display} key.
The simplified display contains main functions only.
Characters and keys are enlarged on this screen, making for easier operation.
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1. [Key Colour]
Use this to intensify the screen contrast by changing the colour of the
keys.
Not available on the Document Server
default display.
Note
❒ Press the {Simplified Display} key again to return to the Document Server default screen.
❒ The simplified display screen does not contain every available key.
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Preview Display
Following explains the preview display displaying procedure and the items displayed on this screen.
The Preview Display appears after scanning completes. You can also display
stored documents on the preview display. For details, see “Displaying the List
of Stored Files”, Scanner Reference.
The preview display denotes the screen that allows confirming contents of the
scanned documents.
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1. [←][→][↑][↓]
They are used to move the portion to
be displayed.
2. [Zoom Out], [Zoom In]
Used to scale up or down the document to be displayed.
3. [Exit]
The login screen will appear.
4. Display File
Used to display the document name.
[Switch] is displayed on the preview
screen for the stored documents.
Above key is used to switch the document to be displayed in the preview.
5. Display Page
Used to display the currently opened
page number, total number of pages,
page size and the colour mode selected.
6. [Switch]
Used to turn the page of the selected
document.
7. Display Position
When the image is enlarged, the position on the document indicated by this
key is displayed.
Note
❒ When the preview is already selected from another function, the preview
screen function may become unusable.
❒ The preview display is also not available when the paper size is larger than
A3.
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Using the Document Server
Following describes how to use the Document Server.
Storing Data
Following describes the procedure for storing documents on the Document
Server.
Important
❒ Data stored in the machine might be lost if some kind of failure occurs. The
manufacturer shall not be responsible for any damage resulting from loss of
data.
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❒ When entering your password or recording it to your notebook or like, be
sure to protect it from being seen by others. Care must also be exercised for
safe keeping of its recording paper.
❒ Enter the password in the range of four and eight digits.
❒ It is advisable not to use the same number such as “0000” or continuous numbers such as “1234” for your password. These numbers are imagine fully and
they do not provide sufficient security.
❒ When you have selected a document using a correct password, it remains being selected after the operation is finished. As is, therefore, the document is
left operable to those who don't the password. After the operation, be sure to
press the {Clear Modes} key to cancel the selected state of the document.
❒ User names registered to the stored documents of the Document Server are
used for identifying the documents' authors and the nature of the documents.
They don't function as a protective means of confidential documents.
❒ When turning on the fax transmission or scanning by the scanner, make sure
that all other operations are ended.
❖ File Name
A document name such as “COPY0001” and “COPY0002” is automatically attached to the scanned document. You can change the document name.
❖ User Name
You can specify the user name so that the person or department that has
stored the document can be identified. Two approaches are available in specifying the user name. One is specifying the name being registered from the
Address Book Management and the other is entering another name.
❖ Password
You can specify a password for a document to be stored. When a password is
set for a document, you are to enter that password for printing the document.
Above arrangement prevents unauthorized printing of the document. Lock
icon will be attached to the document for which a password has been set.
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A Press {Document Server} key.
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B Press [Scan Original].
C Above operation sets up the user name, document name and password.
When not changing a document name, the name will be automatically set.
D Set the original.
E Specify the original scanning conditions.
F Press {Start} key.
The original is canned. The document is saved in the Document Server.
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Note
❒ When interrupting the scan, press {Clear/Stop} key. Pressing [Continue]
from the confirmation screen resumes the scan. Pressing [Stop] deletes the
scanned images and the original on the automatic document feeder (ADF)
will be ejected.
❒ As a password is set, the lock mark will be displayed on the left side of the
document.
❒ As scan of the document is completed, a list will be displayed. If the list did
not appear, press [Scanning Complete].
❒ According to the factory default, the documents stored on the Document
Server are deleted three days (72 hours) after the storing date. You can cancel the automatic document deletion or select other period than three days
for the automatic deletion. See “Auto Delete File in Document Server”,
General Settings Guide.
❒ When storing a document, which is not to be automatically deleted, in the
Document Server, specify [Off] for “Auto Delete File in Document Server”,
General Settings Guide before storing the document. If you specify [On] for
“Auto Delete File in Document Server” after that, Auto Delete File in Document Server will be enabled for the documents being stored after the setting.
❒ When storing a document in the Document Server after storing it from the
copy feature, be sure that its copy is completed.
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To register or change a user name (When using a user name registered to the Address
Book)
Following describes the procedure for registering or changing a user name to be
attached to a stored document.
A Display the original scan screen.
B Press [User Name].
Screen for user name change will appear
C Select the user name and then press [OK].
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To register or change a user name (When using a user name not registered to the
Address Book)
Following describes the procedure for registering or changing a user name to be
attached to a stored document.
A Display the original scan screen.
B Select the user name and then press [OK].
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The user name change screen will appear.
C Press [Manual Entry].
D Enter the user name and then press [OK].
To register or change a user name (When no name is registered to the Address Book)
Following describes the procedure for registering or changing a user name to be
attached to a stored document.
A Display the original scan screen.
B Press [User Name].
The user name input screen will appear.
C Enter the user name and then press [OK].
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To change a file name
Following describes the procedure for changing a name to be attached to a
stored document.
A Display the original scan screen.
B Press [File Name].
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The document name change screen will appear.
C Press [Clear] to delete the document name to be automatically set.
D Enter document name and then press [OK].
Note
❒ In Step C, pressing [Backspace] allows you to delete up to any desired location.
❒ You can enter up to 10 full size or 20 half-size characters for a document
name. In the list, however, up to 8 full size or 16 half-size characters are displayed as the document name. If above limits are exceeded, the list will
display up to 7 full size or 15 half-size characters for the document name.
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To set or change a Password
Following describes the procedure for setting or changing a password to be attached to a stored document.
A Display the original scan screen.
B Press [Password].
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C Enter the password from the numerical keypad and then press [OK].
You can use four to eight digits for specifying the password.
D Four double-check, enter the password again and then press [OK].
Changing User Name, File Name or Password of a Stored
Document
Following describes the procedure for changing a user name, document name or
password.
A Press {Document Server}key.
B Select the document whose user name, document name or password is to
be changed.
When a password is set, enter it and then press [OK].
C Press [File Management].
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D Press [Change User Name], [Change File Name] or [Change Password].
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E From the respective change screens, enter the new user name, document
name or password and then press [OK].
F Press [OK].
Note
❒ Depending on the security setting, [Access Privileges] may appear instead
of [User Name]. For details about specifying [Access Privileges], consult the
administrator.
Checking the Details of a Stored Document
Following describes the procedure for displaying details of a stored document
A Select the document whose details are to be displayed.
When a password is set, enter it and then press[OK].
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B Press [Details].
Details of the document will be displayed.
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Note
❒ When you have selected two or more documents, you can view the information of the documents in the order of [U][T].
❒ Pressing [Exit] restores the document selection screen.
Searching for a Stored Document
Following describes the procedure for searching a stored document from user
name or document name.
You can rearrange the currently chronologically ordered documents in any desired order.
❖ To search by file name
Following describes the procedure for searching a stored document from the
document name.
❖ To search by user name
Following describes the procedure for searching a stored document from the
user name.
Note
❒ Installing DeskTopBinder Lite enables search and reordering of stored documents from PC.
❒ For details about DeskTopBinder Lite, see Instruction Manual and Help of
DeskTopBinder Lite.
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To search by file name
Following describes the procedure for searching a stored document from the
document name.
A Press {Document Server} key.
B Press [File Name].
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C Enter the document name to be searched and then press [OK].
A document name that matches completely from the starting character will
be searched and displayed on the document selection screen.
Note
❒ Pressing [Display All] displays ever stored document.
To search by user name
Following describes the procedure for searching a stored document from the
user name.
A Press {Document Server} key.
B Press [User Name].
C When specifying a registered user name, select the user name and then
press [OK].
When using a not-registered user name, proceed to the next step.
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D When the user name is not registered, press [Manual Entry] and then enter the
user name from the input screen to be displayed. Then press [OK].
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E Press [OK].
A document name that matches completely from the starting character will
be searched and displayed on the document selection screen.
Note
❒ Pressing [Display All] displays ever stored document.
Printing a Stored Document
Following describes the procedure for printing a stored.
Using Web Image Monitor allows you to print a document stored in the Document Server from your PC.
A Select the document to be printed.
When a password is set, enter it and then press [OK].
B When printing two or more documents at a time, repeat the operation in
step A.
Up to 30 documents can be printed.
C When specifying printing conditions, press [To Printing Screen].
The printing condition screen will appear. User name of the document, document name and the order of printing of this document will be displayed.
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D Enter the number of print copies from the numerical keypad.
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Up to 999 copies are specifiable.
E Press {Start} key.
Printing will be started.
Note
❒ You can search the target document using, in step A, [User Name] or [File
Name] situated in the upper left side of the screen.
❒ Some of the selected document may not be printed due to the difference in
the size or resolution.
❒ When changing the printing order, cancel the highlight and then specify
the order correctly.
❒ Pressing {Clear Modes} key cancels every selection.
❒ Pressing [Order] displays the selected documents in the printing order.
❒ The copy and printer features holds the specified printing conditions after
the operation is over and applies them at the next printing. The fax feature
does not have the function of storing the printing conditions.
❒ When two or more documents are specified, the printing conditions are
stored on the first document but not on the succeeding documents.
❒ Following settings are available for the printing conditions. For respective
printing results, see “Copier Functions”.
• Book binding style (2 Sided Top to Top, 2 Sided Top to Bottom, Magazine, Booklet)
• Treatment of front cover (Cover/Slip Sheet, Edit / Stamp)
• Finish (Sort, Rotate Sort, Stack, Staple, Punch)
❒ When printing two or more copies while selecting the sort function, you
can confirm the finish by printing only one copy.
❒ When printing two or more documents at a time, you can print them as a
single continuous document by specifying the order of their printing.
❒ When printing two or more documents at a time, the printing conditions
set for the first document are applied to all the remaining documents.
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❒ When two or more documents are selected, pressing [U][T] allows you to
confirm the user name, document name and printing order being designated for deletion in step A.
❒ Pressing [Select File] restores the document selection screen.
❒ Stamp function is not specifiable to the documents being stored from the
fax feature.
Reference
See p.57 “Copier Functions”
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When Interrupting Printing
Following describes the procedure for interrupting printing work.
A Press {Clear/Stop} key
B Press [Suspend].
Changing Number of Print Copies while Printing is in Progress
Following describes the procedure for changing the number of print copies after
printing is stared.
Important
❒ This feature is enabled when the sort function is selected in the printing conditions.
A Press {Clear/Stop} key.
B Press [Change Quantity].
C Enter the number of print copies anew from the numerical keypad.
D Press the {q} key.
E Press [Continue].
Printing will be resumed.
Note
❒ The range of print copies enterable in step C depends on the timing of your
pressing {Clear/Stop} key.
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Sample Print
When print copies are massive, you can print a single copy in advance to check
appropriateness of the printing order of the selected documents and the printing
conditions.
Important
❒ This feature is enabled when the sort function is selected in the printing conditions.
A Select the document to be printed.
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When a password is set, enter it and then press [OK].
B Press {Sample Copy} key.
Only one copy will be printed.
C Press [Continue].
Printing will be resumed.
Note
❒ You can search the target document using, in step A, [User Name] or [File
Name] situated in the upper left side of the screen.
❒ In the display order field of step A, you can sort the documents by [User
Name], [File Name], [Date]. Press the item to be used for the sorting.
❒ When canceling the selection in step A, press the highlighted document
again.
❒ When canceling the printing, press [Suspend]. The print screen will appear,
enabling to set another item.
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Printing the First Page
In order to confirm the print results, you can print the first page alone of the document selected from the document selection screen.
When two or more documents are selected, the first page of the respective documents is printed.
A Select the document to be printed (confirmed).
When a password is set, enter it and then press [OK].
B Press [Print Specified Page].
C Press [1st Page].
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D Press {Start} key.
Note
❒ You can search the target document using, in step A, [User Name] or [File
Name] situated in the upper left side of the screen.
❒ In the display order field of step A, you can sort the documents by [User
Name], [File Name], [Date]. Press the item to be used for the sorting.
❒ When canceling the selection in step A, press the highlighted document
again.
Printing a Specified Page
You can print the specified page alone of the document selected from the document selection screen.
When two or more documents are selected, the specified page of the respective
documents is printed.
A Select the document to be printed.
When a password is set, enter it and then press [OK].
B Press [Print Specified Page].
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C Press [Specified Page].
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D Specify the page to be printed from the numerical keypad and then press
{q} key.
E Press {Start} key.
Note
❒ You can search the target document using, in step A, [User Name] or [File
Name] situated in the upper left side of the screen.
❒ In the display order field of step A, you can sort the documents by [User
Name], [File Name], [Date]. Press the item to be used for the sorting.
❒ When canceling the selection in step A, press the highlighted document
again.
Printing a Specified Range
You can print the pages in the specified range alone of the document selected
from the document selection screen.
When two or more documents are selected, pages in the specified range of the
respective documents is printed.
A Select the document to be printed.
When a password is set, enter it and then press [OK].
B Press [Print Specified Page].
C Press [Specify Range].
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D Specify the printing start page from the numerical keypad and then press
{q} key.
E Specify the printing end page from the numerical keypad and then press
{q} key.
F Press {Start} key.
Note
❒ You can search the target document using, in step A, [User Name] or [File
Name] situated in the upper left side of the screen.
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❒ In the display order field of step A, you can sort the documents by [User
Name], [File Name], [Date]. Press the item to be used for the sorting.
❒ When canceling the selection in step A, press the highlighted document
again.
Deleting a Document
Following describes the procedure for deleting a stored document.
Important
❒ The Document Server can store up to 1000 documents. As the number of
stored documents reaches 1000, storing of a new document becomes unavailable. Thus, you should delete unnecessary documents as much as practicable.
A Press {Document Server}key.
B Select the document to be deleted.
When a password is set, enter it and then press [OK].
C Press [Delete File].
D Press [Yes].
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Note
❒ It deletes the stored documents at a time. See “Delete All Files in Document
Server”, General Settings Guide.
❒ Using Web Image Monitor allows you to print a document stored in the
Document Server from your PC.
❒ It is also possible to select two or more documents and delete them.
❒ You can search the target document using, [File Name] or [User Name] situated in the upper left side of the screen.
❒ In the display order field, you can sort the documents by [User Name], [File
Name], [Date]. Press the item to be used for the sorting.
❒ When you could not identify the target document from the document
name, print the first page alone of the document in order to confirm the
print results.
❒ When canceling your selection, press the highlighted document again.
❒ For the Web Image Monitor starting procedure, see “Displaying a Document in Document Server with Web Image Monitor”.
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Monitor
Following describes the procedure for confirming contents of a stored document
on the PC screen by use of Web Image Monitor.
A Start Web browser.
B Enter “http:// (IP address of this machine) /” to the address.
Top page of Web Image Monitor will be displayed.
C Click [Document Server].
The list of documents in the Document Server will be displayed
D Click
of the document you want to confirm.
Information of the document will be displayed.
E Confirm contents of the document.
Note
❒ You can change the document list display format from step C. Click the
(Thumbnails),
(Icons), or
(Details).
❒ When you want to enlarge the preview display in step E, click [Enlarge Image].
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Downloading Stored Documents
Following describes the procedure for downloading a stored document to the
PC by use of Web Image Monitor.
Important
❒ When downloading a document stored with the copy feature, you must prepare the extended data conversion board.
A Start Web browser.
B Enter “http://(IP address of this machine)/” to the address.
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Top page of Web Image Monitor will be displayed.
C Click [Document Server].
List of the documents will be displayed.
D Click of the document you want to download.
E Select File format [PDF][Multi-page TIFF] and then click [Download].
The data will be downloaded.
F Click [OK].
Note
❒ You can change the document list display format from step D. Click the
(Thumbnails),
(Icons), or
(Details).
❒ In step E, you cannot select [Multi-page TIFF] for a document being stored
with the copy or printer.
❒ When downloading a document with [Multi-page TIFF] in step E, you must
prepare a Printer/Scanner Unit and File Format Converter.
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Following describes the copy machine's specifications and the function compatibility.
Function Compatibility
The combination chart given below shows which modes can be used together.
Blank space: These modes can be used together.
×: These modes cannot be used together. The first mode selected will be the
mode you are working in.
•: These modes cannot be used together. The second mode selected will be the
mode you are working in.
The following shows the combinations of functions:
AMG024S
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*2
When “2 Sided → 1Sided” is specified, the combination with the front cover or slip
sheet (Designate) is ×.
Combination of “Staple: Top” and “Punch: Left” is ×.
Combination of “Staple: Left” and “Punch: Top” is ×.
Combination of “Staple: Center” and “Punch: Left”/“Punch:Top” is ×.
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Supplementary Informations
Following describes the detailed specifications of the respective functions.
❖ Mixed Size mode
• Since small originals may not be correctly aligned with the original guide,
the copy image may be slanted.
• You can place originals of two different sizes at a time.
• Copying speed and scanning speed will be reduced.
❖ Bypass Tray Copy
• The following paper sizes can be selected as the standard sizes:
A3L, B4 JISL, A4KL, B5 JISKL, A5KL, B6 JISL, A6L, 12 × 18L,
11 × 17L, 81/ 2 × 14L, 8 1/ 2” × 11”KL, 5 1/ 2 × 81/ 2KL, PostcardL,
148 × 200 mmKL
• When the beeper is turned off, it will not sound if you insert paper into the
bypass tray. See “Panel Tone”, General Settings Guide.
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❖ Preset Enlarge/Reduce
• You can select one of 12 preset ratios (5 enlargement ratios, 7 reduction ratios).
• Following shows the relation between the original's size and copied-to paper size at respective scaling factors.
• Metric version
400% (Area ratio 16 times):200% (Area ratio 4 times): A5 → A3, B6JIS → B4 JIS
141% (Area ratio 2 times): A4 → A3, A5 → A4, B5 JIS → B4 JIS, B6JIS →
B5 JIS
122%: A4 → B4 JIS, A5 → B5 JIS
115%: B4 JIS → A3, B5 JIS → A4, B6JIS → A5
93%:82%: B4 JIS → A4, B5 JIS → A5
75%: B4 JIS→F4, B4 JIS→F
71% (Area ratio 1/2times): A3 → A4, A4 → A5, B4 JIS → B5 JIS, B5 JIS →
B6JIS
65%: A3→F
50% (Area ratio 1/4times): A3 → A5, B4 JIS → B6JIS
25%:-
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• Inch version
400% (Area ratio 16 times): 200% (Area ratio 4 times): 51/2” × 81/2”→11” × 17”
155% (Area ratio 2 times): 51/2” × 81/2”→81/2” × 14”
129%: 81/2” × 11”→11” × 17”
121%: 81/2” × 14”→11” × 17”
93%: 85%: F→81/2” × 11”
78%: 81/2” × 14”→81/2” × 11”
73%: 11” × 15”→81/2” × 11”
65%: 11” × 17”→81/2” × 11”
50% (Area ratio 1/4times): 11” × 17”→51/2” × 81/2”
25%: • You can select a ratio regardless of the size of an original or copy paper.
With some ratios, parts of the image might not be copied or margins will
appear on copies.
• If a Copy Data Security Unit is installed, you can select the factor from 50
to 400%.
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❖ Zoom
• The reproduction ratios you can specify are 25-400%. The factor can be
from 50 to 400%, when the machine is equipped with a Copy Data Security
Unit.
• You can select a ratio regardless of the size of an original or copy paper.
With some ratios, parts of the image might not be copied or margins will
appear on copies.
❖ Size Magnification
• If the calculated ratio is over the maximum or under the minimum ratio, it
is automatically adjusted to within available range. However, with some
ratios, parts of the image might not be copied or margins will appear on
copies.
• The reproduction ratios you can specify are 25-400%. If the machine is
equipped with a Copy Data Security Unit, the range is from 50 to 400%.
❖ Directional Size Magnification
• The reproduction ratio you can specify are 25-400%. If the machine is
equipped with a Copy Data Security Unit, the range is from 50 to 400%.
• When entering a percentage ratio, you can specify any value in the permitted range,regardless of original or copy paper size. However, depending
on settings and other conditions, part of the image may not be copied, or
margins will appear on copies.
• When entering a size in mm, if the calculated ratio is over the maximum or
under the minimum ratio, it is automatically adjusted to within available
range. However, with some ratios, parts of the image might not be copied
or margins will appear on copies.
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❖ Sort, Rotate Sort, Stack
• Following shows the stackable paper sizes and the orientation.
• Internal shift sort tray
12” × 18”L, A3L, B4L, A4KL, B5KL, A5KL, B6L, A6L, 11” × 17”L,
81/2” × 14”L, 81/2” × 11”KL, 51/2” × 81/2”L, 71/4” × 101/2”KL,
8” × 13”L, 81/2” × 13”KL, 81/2” × 13”L, 8KL, 16KKL
• 500-sheet finisher
A3L, B4L, A4KL, B5KL, A5KL, B6L, 11” × 17”L, 81/2” × 14”L,
8 1/ 2” × 11”KL, 51/ 2” × 8 1/2”L, 71/4” × 101/2”KL, 8” × 13”L,
81/2” × 13”KL, 81/2” × 13”L, 8KL, 16KKL
• 1000-sheet finisher
12” × 18”L, A3L, B4L, A4KL, B5KL, A5KL, 11” × 17”L, 81/2” × 14”L,
8 1/ 2” × 11”KL, 51/ 2” × 8 1/2”L, 71/4” × 101/2”KL, 8” × 13”L,
81/2” × 13”KL, 81/2” × 13”L, 8KL, 16KKL
• Booklet finisher
12” × 18”L, A3L, B4L, A4KL, B5KL, A5KL, 11” × 17”L, 81/2” × 14”L,
81/ 2” × 11”KL, 51/2” × 8 1/2”L, 71/ 4” × 101/2”KL, 8” × 13”L,
81/2” × 13”KL, 81/2” × 13”L, 8KL, 16KKL
• Paper sizes and orientations that can be used in the Rotate Sort function are
A4KL, B5 JISKL and 81/2” × 11”KL.
• The number of copies that can be placed on the tray is as follows. When the
number of copies exceeds capacity, remove copies from the tray.
• Internal tray
A4, 81/2” × 11” or smaller: 500 sheets
B4 JIS, 81/2” × 14” or larger: 250 sheets
• Internal tray 2
125 sheets
• Internal shift sort tray
A4, 81/2” × 11” or smaller: 250 sheets
B4 JIS, 81/2” × 14” or larger: 125 sheets
• 500-sheet finisher (On the Finisher tray, stack unstapled paper)
A4, 81/2” × 11” or smaller:500 sheets
B4 JIS, 81/2” × 14” or larger: 250 sheets
• 500-sheet finisher (On the Finisher tray, stack stapled paper)
A4KL, B5 JISKL, 81/2” × 11”KL: 2-leaf binding…55 copies, 50-leaf
binding …9 copies
A3L, B4 JISL, 11 × 17L, 81/2” × 14”L: 2-leaf binding…33 copies, 30leaf binding …8 copies
• 1000-sheet finisher (Finisher upper tray)
A4, 81/2” × 11” or smaller: 250 sheets
B4 JIS, 81/2” × 14” or larger: 50 sheets
• 1000-sheet finisher (On the Finisher shift tray, stack unstapled paper)
A4, 81/2” × 11” or smaller: 1000 sheets
B4 JIS, 81/2” × 14” or larger: 500 sheets
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• 1000-sheet finisher (On the Finisher shift tray, stack stapled paper)
A4K, 81/2” × 11”K: 10 to 50-feaf binging...100 to 20 copies, 2 to 9-leaf
binding...100 copies
A4L, B5 JISL, 81/2” × 11”K: 10 to 50-feaf binging...50 to 10 copies, 2 to
9-leaf binding...100 copies
A3L, B4L, 11” × 17”L, 81/2” × 14”L, 12” × 18”L: 10 to 30-leaf binding...50 to 10 copies, 2 to 9-leaf binding...50 copies
• Booklet finisher (Finisher tray)
A4, 81/2” × 11” or smaller: 100 sheets
B4 JIS, 81/2” × 14” or larger: 50 sheets
• Booklet finisher (On the Finisher tray2, stack unstapled paper)
A4, 81/2” × 11” or smaller:1,000 sheets
B4 JIS, 81/2” × 14” or larger: 500 sheets
• Booklet finisher (On the Finisher tray2, stack stapled paper)
A4L, B5 JISL, 81/2” × 11”L: 10 to 50-leaf binding…100 to 20 copies, 2
to 9-leaf binding…100 copies
A4K, B5 JISK, 81/2 × 11K:10 to 50-leaf binding…50 to 10 copies, 2 to
9-leaf binding…100 copies
A3L, B4 JISL, 11 × 17L, 81/2” × 14”L: 10 to 30-leaf binding…50 to 10
copies, 2 to 9-leaf binding…50 copies
• Booklet finisher (Booklet tray)
A3L, B4 JISL, A4L, 11 × 17L, 81/2” × 14”L, 81/2” × 11”L: 2 to 5-leaf
binding...30 copies, 6 to 10-leaf binding...15 copies
• When using the Rotate Sort or Staple functions, the capacity may be reduced.
• Installing the finisher to the internal tray also reduces the number of paper
it can house.
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❖ Staple
• The following type of paper cannot be stapled:
• Postcard
• Translucent paper
• OHP transparencies
• Label paper (adhesive labels)
• Curled paper
• Paper of low stiffness
• Paper of mixed sizes
• In the following cases, copies will be delivered to the shift tray without stapling:
• When the number of sheets for one set is over stapler capacity.
• When memory reaches 0% during copying.
• When using the Staple function with [1 Sided → 1 Sided], [1 Sided → 2 Sided],
[2 Sided → 1 Sided], [2 Sided → 2 Sided], [Double Copies], select K original for
L and L original for K copy.
Supplementary Informations
• When using the Staple function with [1 sided → Comb 2 orig], [1 sided → 2
sided:TtoB], [1 sided → 2 sided:TtoT], [Double Copies], select K paper for L
original and L for K original.
• When using the Staple function [Staple: Left 2] or [Staple: Top 2] with the
Combine function [1 Sided → 1 Sided], [1 Sided → 2 Sided], [2 Sided → 1 Sided],
[2 Sided → 2 Sided], [Double Copies], select K paper for L original and L
paper for K original.
• If a finisher is installed, the mixed size function and the auto paper selection function become available. These functions make it possible to choose
the paper appropriate for stapling from the mixed sizes. Prior to the operation, you should set on the feed tray the paper of the size to be used. Following sizes allow the stapling when mixed with other sizes.
• A3L and A4K
• B4 JISL and B5 JISK
• 11” × 17”L and 81/2” × 11”K
• Paper sizes and orientation that can be used in the Staple function and the
stapler capacity are as follows:
• 500-sheet finisher
A3L, B4 JISL. 11” × 17”L, 81/2” × 14”L: 30 sheets
A4KL, B5 JISKL, 81/2” × 11”KL: 50 sheets
• 1000-sheet finisher
12” × 18”L, A3L, B4 JISL, 11” × 17”L, 81/2” × 14”L, 8” × 13”L,
81/2” × 13”L, 81/4” × 13”L, 8KL: 30 sheets
A4KL, B5 JISKL, 81/2” × 11”KL, 71/4” × 101/2”KL, 16KKL: 50
Sheets
• Booklet finisher
A3L, B4 JISL, 11” × 17”L, 81/2” × 14”L: 30 sheets
A4KL, B5 JISKL, 81/2” × 11”KL:50 sheets
When stapling centre: A3L, B4 JISL, A4L, B5 JISL, 11” × 17”L, Legal
81/2” × 14”L, 81/2” × 11”KL: 10 sheets
• When stapling B4 JISL, A3L, Legal 81/2” × 14”L, 11” × 17”L, be sure to
extend the paper support plate of the finisher tray.
• When the number of copies exceeds tray capacity, copying stops. If this
happens, remove the copies from the shift tray, and then resume copying.
The tray capacity for the stapled sheets is as follows: (paper weight: 80
g/m2, 20 lb.)
• 500-sheet finisher (Finisher tray 1)
A4KL, B5 JISKL, 81/2” × 11”KL: 2-leaf binding…55 copies, 50-leaf
binding …9 copies
A3L, B4 JISL, 11” × 17”L, 81/2” × 14”L: 2-leaf binding…33 copies,
30-leaf binding …8 copies
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• 1000-sheet finisher (Finisher shift tray)
A4K, 81/2” × 11”K: 10 to 50-feaf binging...100 to 20 copies, 2 to 9-leaf
binding...100 copies A4L, B5 JISL, 81/2” × 11”K: 10 to 50-feaf binging...50 to 10 copies, 2 to 9-leaf binding...100 copies
A3L, B4L, 11” × 17”L, 81/2” × 14”L, 12” × 18”L: 10 to 30-leaf binding...50 to 10 copies, 2 to 9-leaf binding...50 copies
• Booklet finisher
A4L, B5 JISL, 81/2” × 11”L: 10 to 50-leaf binding…100 to 20 copies, 2
to 9-leaf binding…100 copies
A4K, B5 JISK, 81/2” × 11”K:10 to 50-leaf binding…50 to 10 copies, 2 to
9-leaf binding…100 copies
A3L, B4 JISL, 11” × 17”L, 81/2” × 14”)L: 10 to 30-leaf binding…50 to
10 copies, 2 to 9-leaf binding…50 copies
Booklet tray: A3L. B4 JISL, A4L, 11” × 17”L, 81/2” × 14”L, 81/2” × 11”L:
2 to 5-leaf binding...30 copies, 6 to 10-leaf binding...15 copies
You cannot change stapling positions during copying.
When the original image is rotated, the staple orientation changes by 90°.
The maximum original image size that can be rotated is as follows: Metric
version: A4, Inch version: 81/2” × 11”
When using [Staple: Slant], [Staple: Bottom Slant], [Staple: Left 2], [Staple: Top 2]
with Combine, Double copies or Auto Reduce / Enlarge function, “Blank
part will appear. Check orientation. “message may appear depending on
the orientation of originals and paper you placed. In this case, change the
paper orientation.
When [Staple: Left 2], [Staple: Top 2] is selected, the following settings are
useful to rotate images appropriately:
• [Auto Reduce / Enlarge] or [Auto Paper Select]
• Replace [Auto Tray Switching] with [With Image Rotation] in the User Tool's
Copier / Document Server Features
If you select Saddle Stitch function with the optional booklet finisher, the
machine staples and folds the paper in the centre, then delivers the paper
folded.
If you select [Staple: Centre] from the Booklet or Magazine function, the machine staples the paper, and folds it like a book, then delivers the paper
folded.
Supplementary Informations
❖ Punch
• When using Punch and Combine, Double Copies, or Auto Reduce/Enlarge,the message “Blank part will appear. Check orientation.” may appear because of the orientation of the original and the copy paper. If this
occurs, change the orientation of the copy paper.
• Since punch holes are made in each copy, the punch hole positions vary
slightly.
• Punchable paper sizes are as follows:
• 2 and 4 holes type (2 holes)
A3L, B4 JISL, A4LK, B5 JISKL, A5K, 11” × 17”L, 81/2” × 14”L,
81/2” × 11”KL, 71/4” × 101/2”KL, 81/2” × 13”L, 81/4” × 13”L, 8” × 13”L,
8KL, 16KKL
• 2 and 4 holes type (4 holes)
A3L, B4 JISL, A4K, B5 JISKL, 11” × 17”L, 81/2” × 11”K, 71/4” × 101/2”K,
8KL, 16KKL
• 2 and 3 holes type (2 holes)
A3L, B4 JISL, A4LK, B5 JISKL, A5K, 11” × 17”L, 81/2” × 14”L,
81/2” × 11”KL, 71/4” × 101/2”KL, 81/2” × 13”L, 81/4” × 13”L, 8” × 13”L,
8KL, 16KKL
• 2 and 3 holes type (3 holes)
A3L, B4 JISL, A4K, B5 JISK, 11” × 17”L, 81/2” × 11”K, 71/4” × 101/2”K,
8KL, 16KK
• 4 holes type
A3L, B4 JISL, A4KL, B5 JISKL, A5K, 11” × 17”L, 81/2” × 14”L,
81/2” × 11”KL, 71/4” × 101/2”KL, 81/2” × 13”L, 81/4” × 13”L, 8” × 13”L,
8KL, 16KKL
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❖ Duplex
• You cannot use the following copy paper with this function:
A3L, B4 JISL, A4KL, B5 JISKL, A5L, 11” × 17”L, 81/2” × 14”L,
81/2” × 11”KL, 71/4” × 101/2”KL, 8” × 13”L, 81/2” × 13”L, 81/4” × 13”L,
8KL, 16KKL
• You cannot use the following copy paper with this function:
• Paper smaller than A5, 51/2” × 81/2”
• Translucent paper
• Label paper (adhesive labels)
• OHP transparencies
• Paper thicker than 105 g/m2, 28 lb.
• Paper thinner than 64 g/m2, 17 lb.
• Postcards
• When an odd number of originals is placed in the ADF, the back of the last
page of copied paper is blank.
• During copying, the image is shifted to allow for the binding margin.
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❖ Combine
• In this mode, the machine selects the reproduction ratio automatically.
This reproduction ratio depends on copy paper sizes and the number of
originals.
• The reproduction ratios you can specify are 25-400%. If the machine is
equipped with a Copy Data Security Unit, the range is from 50 to 400%.
• If the calculated ratio is under the minimum ratio, it is automatically adjusted to within available range. However, with some ratios, parts of the
image might not be copied.
• You cannot use custom size paper.
• If the orientation of originals is different from that of the copy paper, the
machine will automatically rotate the image by 90° to make copies properly.
• If the number of originals placed is less than the number specified for combining,the last page segment is left blank as shown.
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❖ Booklet/Magazine
• The machine sets the reproduction ratio automatically to meet the paper
size and copies the originals together onto the paper.
• The reproduction ratios you can specify are 25-400%. If the machine is
equipped with a Copy Data Security Unit, the range is from 50 to 400%.
• If the calculated ratio is under the minimum ratio, it is automatically adjusted to within available range. However, with some ratios, parts of the
image might not be copied.
• If the orientation of originals is different from that of the copy paper, the
machine will automatically rotate the image by 90° to make copies properly.
• You cannot copy with originals different in size and orientation.
• If the number of originals scanned is less than a multiple of 4, the last page
is copied blank.
• In Magazine mode, the copying may take some time after scanning originals.
• When the optional booklet finisher is installed, if you select Saddle Stitch
function in Magazine mode, the machine staples and folds the paper in the
centre, then delivers the paper folded.
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❖ Image Repeat
• Depending on the paper size, ratio, and orientation, parts of repeated images may not be copied.
❖ Centring
• Though the original is set to a different orientation from the paper loaded,
the machine will not rotate the image by 90° (Rotate copy).
❖ Erase
• The width of the erased margin varies depending on the reproduction ratio.
• If the size of the original is different from sizes listed in the following
chart,the erased margin might be shifted:
• Metric version
Exposure glass : A3L, B4 JISL, A4KL, B5 JISKL
ADF : A3L, B4 JISL, A4KL, B5 JISKL, A5KL
• Inch version
Exposure glass: 11” × 17”L, 81/2” × 14”L, 81/2” × 11”KL
ADF: 11”×17”L, 81/2” × 14”L, 81/2” × 11”KL, 5/2” × 81/2”L
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❖ Background Numbering
• The numbers appear to overlap the copied image in some cases.
❖ Margin Adjustment
• If you set a binding margin that is too wide, part of the image may not be
copied.
• When making copies in Combine mode, the binding margin is added to
the copies after the combination is finished.
❖ Preset Stamp
• You can change the size and density of the stamp with User Tools. Depending on the setting, density may change.
• Depending on paper size, if you change the stamp size, parts of the stamp
might not be printed.
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❖ Date Stamp
• When using Combine mode, the date stamp is printed as follows:
• With the Combine function
AMG026S
• With the Magazine or Booklet function
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AMG027S
❖ Page Numbering
• When page numbering is used with Combine mode, page numbers are
printed as follows:
• Page Numbering per original:
With 1 Sided/2 Sided using the Combine function
GCANPE0E
With the Magazine or Booklet function
GCANPE1E
• Page Numbering per copy:
With 1 Sided/2 Sided using the Combine function
GCANPE2E
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Supplementary Informations
• If you combine this function with the Duplex (Top to Top) function and select [P1,P2...] or [1/5,2/5...], page numbers on the back are printed as follows:
GCSTMPBE
A
B
Front
Back
❖ Front Cover, Front/Back Cover
• If Blank mode is selected, the cover will not be counted as a copy.
• Front and back covers are two-sided copied depending on the settings
made in Display Time in Cover Sheet Tray of User Tools (System Settings).
• At Mode Selected… Depends on the setting done from Cover Sheet
Tray.
• Full Time… Depends on the setting done from Paper Type.
See “Paper Type”, “Cover Sheet Tray”, General Settings Guide.
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❖ Slip sheet
• If you do not copy onto slip sheets, they are excluded from the number of
copies counted.
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INDEX
1 Sided 16 Pages → Combine 2 Side, 88
1 Sided 2 Pages → Combine 1 Side, 86
1 Sided 4 Pages → Combine 1 Side, 86
1 Sided 4 Pages → Combine 2 Side, 88
1 Sided 8 Pages → Combine 1 Side, 86
1 Sided 8 Pages → Combine 2 Side, 88
1 Sided → 2 Sides, 82
1 Sided → Booklet, 93
1 Sided → Magazine, 93
2 Sided 16 Pages → Combine 2 Side, 88
2 Sided 1 Page → Combine 1 Side, 86
2 Sided 2 Page → Combine 1 Side, 86
2 Sided 4 Page → Combine 1 Side, 86
2 Sided 4 Pages → Combine 2 Side, 88
2 Sided 8 Pages → Combine 2 Side, 88
2 Sided → 1 Sided, 91
2 Sided → 2 Sided, 82
2 Sided → Booklet, 93
A
Adjust Colour, vi, 48
Adjust Colour Image, 6
Adjusting Colours Based on Selected Colour, 54
Adjusting Copy Image Density, 57
Adjusting the background density, 51
Adjusting the contrast, 51
Adjusting the sharpness/softness, 50
Adjusting the Text/Photo sensitivity, 52
Adjusting the U.C.R., 52
Adjust U.C.R., vii, 49
Administrator Tools, 6
Auto Document Feeder, 12
Auto image density, 57
Auto Paper Select, 60, 61
Auto Reduce/Enlarge, 66
B
178
Background Density, vii, 49
Background Numbering, v, 106, 167
Basic Procedure, 25
Batch mode, 19
binding margin, 99
Black/White Copy, iii, 41
Book → 1 Sided, 91
Book → 2 Sided, 93
Booklet, 97
Booklet/Magazine, xii, xvi, 93, 167
Border Erase, 100, 101, 102, 105
border erase, 104
Bypass tray, 37
bypass tray, 36
Bypass Tray Copy, 167
C
Centre, 103
centre, 104, 105, 127
Centre/Border Erase, 104
centre/Border Erase, 100
centre Erase, 100, 103
Centring, 127, 167
Changing a Stored Program, 140
Changing the Number of Sets, 75
Changing the order of jobs, 31
Changing the registered contents, 47
Changing User Name, File Name or
Password of a Stored Document, 152
Chapters, 134
Checking Job History, 33
Checking jobs in the print queue, 31
Checking the Details of a Stored Document, 153
check the copy, 74
Colour Background, 44
Colour background, iii
Colour Balance, vi, 45
Colour Balance Program, 46
Colour Functions, 41
Combine, 167
Combined auto and
manual image density, 57, 58
Contrast, vii, 49
Convert Colours, iii, 42
Copier Functions, 57, 143
Copying, 25
onto envelopes, 40
Copying 2-Sided Pages, xvii
Copying from the Bypass Tray, 34
copying onto OHP Transparencies, 38
Copying onto Thick Paper, xvii
copying onto Thick Paper, 39
copying onto Thin Paper, 38
Copying Originals Such as Books, xvi
Covers, 131
Create Margin function, 64
Creating Colours by Directly Specifying the
Density of Each Colour with Number Keys, 55
custom size, 37
Custom sizes, 23
D
date, 116, 117
Date Stamp, v, 114, 167
default, 142
Deleting a Document, 162
Deleting a Program, 141
Deleting jobs, 32
Deleting User colours, 56
density, 109
Designate, 132
detect, 14
different sizes, 21
Directional Magnification, 69, 70
Directional Size Magnification (mm), 71
Display, 4
Displaying a Document in Document
Server with Web Image Monitor, 163
Document Server, 143
Document Server Display, 144
Double Copies, 126
Downloading Stored Documents, 164
Duplex, ix, 82, 167
E
Edit, 6
Erase, 100, 167
Erase Colour, 43
Erase Specified Colour, iii
F
Fax Functions, 143
first printing number, 120, 121, 122
first printing page, 120, 121, 122
format of date, 116
Front & Back → 2 Sided, 93
Front/Back Covers, 131
Front cover, 131
Front Cover, Front/Back Cover, 167
Full Colour Copy, iii, 41
Function Compatibility, 165
G
General Features, 6
Generation Copy, 59
H
Holding print jobs, 32
How to fold, 97
How to fold and unfold
copies to make a booklet, 93
How to fold and unfold
copies to make a magazine, 93
How to Read This Manual, 2
How to unfold, 97
I
image density, 57
Image Repeat, 123, 167
Initial Display, 142
Input / Output, 6
Interrupt Copy, 26
Interrupting Printing, 158
invert, 129
J
Job List, 29
Job List screen, 29
Job Preset, 27
L
Last Number, 120, 121
Left Original Beeper, 27
M
Magazine, 97
Manual image density, 58
Manual Paper Select, 61
Manuals for This Machine, i
Map, 59
Margin Adjustment, 99, 167
Mirror, 130
Missing image area, 14
Mixed size mode, 21, 167
N
number keys, 66, 69
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O
One-Sided Combine, xiv, 86
onto 1-Sided Pages, xvii
Option, 3
Orientation, 110
Original, 11
Original Orientation, 15
Original orientation, 107, 115
original orientation, 77, 110, 118
Original orientation and completed copies, 83
Originals, 11, 14
Originals and copy orientation, 85
Original size, 22
P
Page Numbering, v, 118, 119, 120, 121,
122, 167
Pale, 59
Photo, 59
Placing, 11
Placing Originals, 15
Placing Originals in
the Auto Document Feeder, 17
Placing Originals on the Exposure Glass, 17
Position, 77, 110
position, 77
Positive/Negative, 129
Preset Enlarge/Reduce, 167
Preset Reduce/Enlarge, 63
Preset Stamp, v, 107, 109, 167
Preview Display, 146
Primary Colours, vi
Printer Functions, 143
Printing a List of user colours, 56
Printing a Specified Page, 160
Printing a Stored Document, 156
Printing the First Page, 160
program, 112, 142
Programs, 139
Punch, 80
Punch hole positions, 81
Punch holes, 80
180
R
ratio, 65, 66
Recalling a Program, 141
reflect, 130
Registering the adjusted Colour balance, 46
Regular sizes, 22
Renaming a Colour, 56
Repeat, 124
repeat, 123
Reproduction Ratio, 6
reverse, 129
Rotate Sort, 72
S
SADF, 20
SADF mode, 20
Sample copy, 74
Sample Print, 159
Scanner Functions, 143
Searching for a Stored Document, 154
Selecting a Colour Mode, 41
Selecting Copy Paper, 60
Series Copies, 91
Sharp/Soft, vii, 49
Simplified Display, 5, 145
size, 109
Size Magnification, 68, 167
Sizes, 14
Sizes and Weights of
Recommended Originals, 11
Sizes Detectable, 12
Slip Sheet, 167
Slip Sheets, 135
Sort, 72, 167
Specified Area Repeat, 123, 125
Stack, 76, 167
Stamp, 6
stamp colour, 109, 111, 116, 119
stamp position, 107, 109, 110, 111, 115,
117, 118, 120
Staple, 77, 167
staple, 77
stapler, 77
Stapling position and original setting, 77
Storing a Program, 139
Storing Data, 147
Storing Data in the Document Server, 137
Symbols, 2
T
Text, 59
Text/Photo, 59
Text/Photo Sensitivity, vii, 49
To change a file name, 151
To delete the user stamp, 113
To register or change a user name, 149, 150
To search by file name, 155
To search by user name, 155
To set or change a Password, 152
Two-Sided Combine, 88
U
User Colour, 53
User Stamp, v, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113
V
various sizes, 21
W
What You Can Do with This Machine, iii, ix
When copying onto Regular Size Paper, 36
Whole Area, 124
Whole Area Repeat, 123
Z
Zoom, 65, 167
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