Panasonic Workio DP

Panasonic Workio DP

Model No.

Software

Operating Instructions

(For Document Management System, Printer and Class 2 Fax Modem)

DP-130P/135P/135FP/150P/150PA/150FP/150FX

DP-1510P/1810P/1810F/2000/2010E/2500/3000

Before operating this software, please read these instructions completely and keep these operating instructions for future reference.

English

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Copyright c 2000-2002 by Matsushita Graphic Communication Systems, Inc.

All rights reserved. Unauthorized copying and distribution is a violation of law.

Published in Japan.

The contents of these Operating Instructions are subject to change without notice.

Table of Contents

Before Use

Precautions.....................................................................................................................

6

For User in USA .............................................................................................

6

External View and Control Panel ..................................................................................

7

External View .................................................................................................

7

Control Panel.................................................................................................. 10

Printer Section

Installing the Printer Driver .......................................................................................... 15

Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP ......................................................................... 15

Installing the LPR (Line Printer Remote) Monitor ....................................................... 18

Windows 98/Me.............................................................................................. 18

Windows NT 4.0 ............................................................................................. 22

Windows 2000/XP .......................................................................................... 26

Configuring the Printer Driver Settings ....................................................................... 30

Windows 98/Me.............................................................................................. 30

Windows NT 4.0 (Administrator) .................................................................... 40

Windows NT 4.0 (User) .................................................................................. 48

Windows 2000/XP (Administrator) ................................................................. 54

Windows 2000/XP (User) ............................................................................... 63

Setting Print Conditions: Setting on the Device.......................................................... 70

....................................................................................................................... 70

Print Operation ............................................................................................................... 72

Printing from Windows Applications ............................................................... 72

Printing on Network ........................................................................................ 73

Document Management System Section

Installing the Document Management System............................................................ 75

Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP ......................................................................... 75

Document Manager ........................................................................................................ 80

Main Window.................................................................................................. 80

Basic Operations ............................................................................................ 82

Setting Plug-in ................................................................................................ 84

File Menu........................................................................................................ 85

Edit Menu ....................................................................................................... 90

View Menu...................................................................................................... 91

Document Menu ............................................................................................. 92

Image Converter ............................................................................................................. 94

General Description........................................................................................ 94

Windows 98/Me.............................................................................................. 94

Windows NT 4.0 ............................................................................................. 95

Windows 2000/XP .......................................................................................... 96

Document Scanner......................................................................................................... 97

Main Window.................................................................................................. 97

Tool Menu ...................................................................................................... 99

Image Scanning ............................................................................................. 101

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Table of Contents

Document Management System Section

Document Viewer ........................................................................................................... 103

Main Window ................................................................................................. 103

Basic Operations............................................................................................ 105

Annotation Function ....................................................................................... 106

File Menu ....................................................................................................... 107

Edit Menu....................................................................................................... 111

View Menu ..................................................................................................... 112

Page Menu..................................................................................................... 113

Annotation Menu............................................................................................ 116

Window Menu ................................................................................................ 125

Status Monitor ................................................................................................................ 126

Task Bar Display............................................................................................ 126

Task Bar Menu............................................................................................... 127

Display Status Details .................................................................................... 128

Configuration Editor ...................................................................................................... 131

Main Window ................................................................................................. 131

User Parameters Folder................................................................................. 133

Fax Parameters Folder .................................................................................. 134

General Functions Folder .............................................................................. 135

Copier Setting Folder ..................................................................................... 136

Journal Folder ................................................................................................ 137

Phonebook Setting Shortcut Activation Folder .............................................. 138

Phonebook Editor .......................................................................................................... 139

Features......................................................................................................... 139

Activation Procedure...................................................................................... 140

Main Window (For DP-2500/3000) ................................................................ 141

Main Window (For DP-1810F/2000) .............................................................. 142

Main Window (For DP-135FP/150FP/150FX)................................................ 144

Retrieve/Write ................................................................................................ 146

Open/Save File .............................................................................................. 148

Insert Entry..................................................................................................... 150

Delete Entry ................................................................................................... 151

Panafax Desktop ............................................................................................................ 152

General Description ....................................................................................... 152

Sending Document ........................................................................................ 152

Managing the Personal Address Book........................................................... 157

Receiving Document...................................................................................... 161

Cover Sheet ................................................................................................... 162

Tool Bar ......................................................................................................... 165

Setup Menu.................................................................................................... 166

Configuration Menu........................................................................................ 168

Client and Server Setting ............................................................................... 170

Table of Contents

Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................. 172

Printing operation fails.................................................................................... 172

Document is not printed correctly................................................................... 173

Error messages displayed on the computer................................................... 174

Appendix ......................................................................................................................... 175

Printing/Scanning Area................................................................................... 175

Parallel Interface Connector........................................................................... 176

Class 2 Fax Modem Section

Installing the Panasonic Class 2 Fax Modem.............................................................. 178

Installation (Windows 98/Me) ......................................................................... 178

Installation (Windows NT 4.0) ........................................................................ 184

Installation (Windows 2000/XP) ..................................................................... 187

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Before Use

Precautions

For User in USA

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to

Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of the following measures:

1. Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

2. Relocate fax machine with respect to receiver or other equipment.

3. Connect fax machine into outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.

4. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

Warning: To assure continued compliance, use only shielded interface cable when connecting the facsimile machine parallel interface port to host computer. Also, any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate this equipment.

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1)

This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

Responsible Party:

Technical Support:

Matsushita Electric Corporation of America

One Panasonic Way, Secaucus, NJ 07094

Panasonic Document Imaging Company/Technical Support Department

Two Panasonic Way, Secaucus, NJ 07094

1-800-225-5329

Email: [email protected]

• You need to read the software license agreement before setting up the Printer Driver.

• You need to read the following precautions which is described in the Machine’s Operating Instructions.

1. Installation

2. Ventilation

3. Handling

4. Toner and Paper

5. For your safety

External View and Control Panel

External View

DP-130P/135P/135FP/150P/150PA/150FP/150FX

Parallel interface connector

Connect to the PC

Power Switch

Usually set to (l) position.

Parallel interface cable

(A cable does not come with the unit.) Use a cable of IEEE

1284 specifications, with a maximum length of 20 ft (6m).

Consult a service provider for details.

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External View and Control Panel

External View

DP-1510P/1810P/1810F/2010E

Parallel interface connector

Connect to the PC

Power Switch

Usually set to (l) position.

Parallel interface cable

(A cable does not come with the unit.) Use a cable of IEEE

1284 specifications, with a maximum length of 20 ft (6m).

Consult a service provider for details.

External View

DP-2000/2500/3000

External View and Control Panel

Power Switch

Usually set to (l) position.

Parallel interface connector

Connect to the PC

Parallel interface cable

(A cable does not come with the unit.) Use a cable of IEEE

1284 specifications, with a maximum length of 20 ft (6m).

Consult a service provider for details.

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External View and Control Panel

Control Panel

DP-130P/135P/150P/150PA

ON LINE

2SIDED

PHOTO O

AUTO

DARKER

LIGHTER

129% INVOICE

61% LEGAL

LETTER

100%

79%

LEGAL

65% LETTER

LETTER

INVOICE

INVOICE

ZOOM

(50~200%)

ENERGY

SAVER

CLEAR/STOP

START

10 1

For DP-150PA

2 1

3

DP-135FP/150FP/150FX

COPY

FAX

ON LINE

2 in 1

DATA

PHOTO

AUTO

DARKER

LIGHTER

SORT DP-150FX

REDIAL/

PAUSE

SELECT

PAPER TRAY

-

ZOOM

(50~200%) abc..

DIRECTORY

SEARCH

FUNCTION

FLASH/

SUB-ADDR

MONITOR

+

SET

ENERGY

SAVER RESET

1

4

GHI

2

ABC

5

JKL

3

DEF

6

MNO

7

PQRS

8

TUV

TONE

0

-/()

9

WXYZ

CLEAR/STOP

START

1 2 3

No.

1

Name

ON LINE LED

2

3

Paper Misfeed/

Add Paper LED

3 Digits LED

(DP-130P/135P/150P/

150PA)

Message Display

(DP-135FP/150FP/

150FX)

Function

Lit : Data is being received from the PC.

Off : Printer is in standby.

Paper is misfed.

Paper is empty.

Displays Printer Condition

If an error code/message is shown, please refer to the “Troubleshooting” section for a corrective action.

Control Panel

DP-1510P/1810P

External View and Control Panel

DP-1810F

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External View and Control Panel

Control Panel

DP-2010E

No.

1

Name

ON LINE LED

2

STOP key

Function

Lit : Printer is operational online

Off : Printer is offline

Used to cancel the print job.

1

Printer Status

1=On Line

2=Off Line

2

Not Used

3

Security Print

1=Print

2=Delete

4

Letter/A4 Tray Selection

(See page 70)

External View and Control Panel

Control Panel

DP-2000

MULTI-SIZE FEED

01

COPIED

2 in 1

BLANK

OHP a

2PAGE

COPY b

MEMORY IN

BOOK c f

02 g

03 h

04

STAMP

M1

EDGE d

MEM XMT

M2

MARGIN e i

05 j

06 k

07 l

08 o

11

16 p u

12

17 q v

13

18 m

09 r

14 w

19 n

10 s

15 x

20 t y

P1 z

P2 P3

SPACE

P4

SYMBOLS

P5

CAPS

FINE S-FINE

RESOLUTION

COPY

FAX

INTERNET

PRINTER

OUTPUT

TRAY

PAPER

TRAY

ENERGY SAVER INTERRUPT

DP-2000

DIRECTORY

SERCH

TEXT/

PHOTO

ORIGINAL

SIZE

LEDGER

COPY

SIZE

REDIAL /

FLASH/

LEGAL

ABBR

LETTER

MONITOR

LETTER

SET

INVOICE

RESET

TONE

1

4

7

2

5

8

0

ALARM ACTIVE

3

6

9

CLEAR

STOP

START

No.

1

Name

ON LINE LED

2

DATA LED

STOP key

3

OCT-12-2000 15:00

PRINTER ON LINE

Function

Lit : Printer is operational online

Off : Printer is offline

Lit : Data is being received from the PC, or printing is under operation.

Off : Printer is in standby or printing has been completed.

Used to cancel the print job.

1

Printer Status

1=On Line

2=Off Line

2

Printer Settings

(See page 71)

3

Security Print

1=Print

2=Delete

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External View and Control Panel

Control Panel

DP-2500/3000

SORT FEED

LCD

CONTRAST

FAX

ADD TONER

ON LINE

ON LINE

DATA

DP-2500

ENERGY SAVER FUNCTION RESET

ORIGINAL

SIZE

COPY

SIZE

REDIAL /

FLASH/

LINE

SELECT

MONITOR

SET

MON.VOL.

1

4

7

2

5

8

0

3

6

9

TONE

ALARM ACTIVE

CLEAR

STOP

14

No.

1

ON LINE

Name

2

OFF LINE

SECURITY PRINT

3

CANCEL

4

ON LINE LED

5

DATA LED

6

Function

Switch the printer from off-line status to on-line status.

Switch the printer to off-line status. (The printer cannot be set off line when the data LED is blinking.

Used to print or delete the security print data.

Used to cancel the print job.

Lit : Printer is operational online

Off : Printer is offline

Lit : Data is being received from the PC, or printing is under operation.

Off : Printer is in standby or printing has been completed.

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Printer Section

Installing the Printer Driver

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Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP

Insert the Panasonic Document Management

System CD-ROM.

Click on the desired language.

Click on the

Next

button.

Click Printer Driver.

Note:

The Fax Gateway and Firmware Update

Utility is only available on U.S.A. and

Canada only.

Continued on the next page...

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Installing the Printer Driver

Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP

5

Click Install Printer Driver.

6

Select your machine's model(s) and click the

Next

button.

Click the

Yes

button if you would like to change your current default printer to the one that you are installing.

Select your new default printer from the New

Printer List and click the

Next

button.

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Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP

Installing the Printer Driver

The required files are copied.

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When the setup process is completed, a message is displayed prompting you to restart your computer.

Click the computer.

Finish

button to restart your

The Panasonic/Panafax Printer Driver is installed, and the Panasonic/Panafax Printer icon(s) are added to the Printer folder.

If you are installing the Printer Driver for network printing, please contact your network administrator for the

IP Address of the machine and proceed to the next section to install the LPR Monitor service after your computer has rebooted.

NOTE

1. When installing on Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 2000/XP, log onto the computer/network with an account rights of Administrator.

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Installing the LPR (Line Printer Remote) Monitor

Windows 98/Me

1

2

Insert the Panasonic Document Management

System CD-ROM.

Click on the desired language.

5

Click on the

Next

button.

Click Printer Driver.

Note:

The Fax Gateway and Firmware Update Utility is only available on U.S.A. and Canada only.

Click Install LPR Monitor.

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Installing the LPR (Line Printer Remote) Monitor

Windows 98/Me

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The Setup dialog box appears.

Click on the

Next

button.

The setup program copies the necessary files onto your Hard Disk.

When the setup process is completed, a message is displayed prompting you to restart your computer.

It is recommended that you restart your computer now so that the LPR Monitor is started.

Click on the

OK

button.

After your computer is rebooted, click the Start button, point to Settings, and then click Printers.

The Printers folder appears.

Right-click on your desired printer (Ex. Panasonic

DP-3000) and select Properties from the pop-up menu.

Continued on the next page...

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Installing the LPR (Line Printer Remote) Monitor

Windows 98/Me

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The printer properties dialog box appears.

The following step is to Register the LPR Port for network printing.

Before proceeding, ensure that the Printer is installed, connected to the Network, is turned ON and operating properly.

10

Select the Details tab and click on the

Add Port...

button.

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The Add Port dialog box appears. Click the Other radio button, and select HLPRMON from "Click the type of port you want to add:" and click on the

OK

button.

Installing the LPR (Line Printer Remote) Monitor

Windows 98/Me

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The LPR Port Name dialog box appears.

Type the IP Address of the machine and "lp"as the queue name separated by a ":"

Ex: 10.74.229.105:lp

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Click on the

OK

button. If an error occurs because the queue name was already used for the same IP Address, select a different unique name such as "lpr".

The screen reverts to the Printer’s Properties.

Check that the "Print to the following port:" was changed as entered, and click on the Apply button first and then on the

OK

button.

The printer properties dialog box is closed and you have now configured the printer as a network printer.

NOTE

1. The LPR Monitor is necessary to install your PC if printing a data via LAN.

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Installing the LPR (Line Printer Remote) Monitor

Windows NT 4.0

Log in using an account with the administrator's right.

1

Click on the Start button, point to Settings, and click

Control Panel.

The Control Panel window appears.

Double-click on the Network applet.

The Network dialog box appears.

2

Click on the Services tab.

Verify whether the LPR Service is already installed.

(Indicated by Microsoft TCP/IP Printing shown in the

Network Services list.)

If it is already installed, skip over to Step 7. Otherwise continue installing the LPR Service.

3

Click on the

Add...

button to display the

Select Network Service dialog box, then select

Microsoft TCP/IP Printing.

Click on the

OK

button.

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Installing the LPR (Line Printer Remote) Monitor

Windows NT 4.0

4

The Windows NT Setup dialog box appears.

Insert the Windows NT 4.0 CD-ROM, and type

D:\i386 (where "D:" is your CD-ROM drive).

Click on the

Continue

button.

5

After the files are copied into your Hard Drive, the display returns to the Network dialog box. Confirm that the Microsoft TCP/IP Printing service was added to Network Services list.

Click on the

Close

button.

Note:

Delete and Reinstall the Microsoft TCP/IP

Printing if an error occurs, and the Microsoft

TCP/IP Printing is displayed in the Network

Services list, but, the OK button does not change into a Close button.

The Network Settings Change dialog box is displayed, click on the

Yes

button to confirm whether to restart your computer now.

You have now completed the LPR Service installation.

After your computer is rebooted, click the Start button, point to Settings, and then click Printers.

The Printers folder appears.

Right-click on your desired printer (Ex. Panasonic

DP-3000) and select Properties from the pop-up menu.

Continued on the next page...

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Installing the LPR (Line Printer Remote) Monitor

Windows NT 4.0

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The following step is to Register the LPR Port for network printing.

Before proceeding, ensure that the Printer is installed, connected to the Network, is turned ON and operating properly.

Select the Ports Tab and click on the

Add Port...

button.

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The Printer Ports dialog box appears.

Select LPR Port and click the button.

New Port

10

The Add LPR compatible printer dialog box appears.

Enter the IP Address of the Printer in the upper field, and "lp" for the print queue name in the lower field.

Click on the

OK

button.

(Please wait while the wizard verifies the IP Address and connectivity to the Network)

Installing the LPR (Line Printer Remote) Monitor

Windows NT 4.0

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The Printer Ports dialog box appears.

Click on the button.

Close

12

Select the printer port and click the button.

OK

The printer properties dialog box is closed and you have now configured the printer as a network printer.

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Installing the LPR (Line Printer Remote) Monitor

Windows 2000/XP

Log in using an account with the administrator's right.

1

Open the Printers folder.

Right-click on your desired printer (Ex.

Panasonic DP-3000) and select Properties from the pop-up menu.

The printer properties dialog box appears.

2

Select the Ports Tab and click on the

Add Port...

button.

Installing the LPR (Line Printer Remote) Monitor

Windows 2000/XP

3

Select Standard TCP/IP Port and click the

New Port ...

button.

4

Click on the

Next

button.

5

Enter the IP Address and the Port Name and click the

Next

button.

Note:

The Port Name is automatically entered by Windows 2000/XP. You may change this as required.

Continued on the next page...

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Installing the LPR (Line Printer Remote) Monitor

Windows 2000/XP

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Select Custom and click the button.

Settings...

7

1. Under the Protocol, select LPR.

2. Under the LPR Settings, enter the

Queue Name (Ex. LPR1) and check the

LPR Byte Counting Enabled.

3. Click on the

OK

button.

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Click on the

Next

button.

Click on the

OK

button.

The printer properties dialog box is closed and you have now configured the printer as a network printer.

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Installing the LPR (Line Printer Remote) Monitor

Windows 2000/XP

9

Click on the

Finish

button.

Click on the

Close

button.

Click on the

Apply

button.

Click on the

OK

button.

The printer properties dialog box is closed and you have now configured the printer as a network printer.

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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Windows 98/Me

To change the printer settings, open the dialog box for the printer properties by the following steps.

1

Click the Start button, point to Settings, and then click

Printers.

2

Right-click the desired printer icon in the printers folder, and select Properties in the pop-up menu.

The printer properties dialog box appears.

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NOTE

1. Upon printing, changing the properties of Paper/Layout, Handling, Quality and Device

Options is allowed by clicking Properties in the print dialog box of an application.

2. Sharing Tab in property dialog box is not displayed unless printer sharing has been specified.

Windows 98/Me

General Tab

Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

1. Comment

Enter comments to the properties, if any.

If another user sets up this printer on his or her computer when sharing the printer, the comment specified here will also appear on that computer. However, the comment displayed for an already set-up user will remain unchanged even if the comment is modified later.

2. Separator page

This feature is not available on your machine.

3.

Print Test Page

button

Prints a test page. This allows the user to verify if the printer is installed properly.

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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Windows 98/Me

Details Tab

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1. Print to the following port

Displays either the port to which the printer is connected or the path to the network printer.

To change the printing destination, either select the printing destination port from the list or enter the network path here.

2. Print using the following driver

Displays the type of the printer driver. Specify the printer being used or a printer model which can be emulated with the printer being used.

3.

Capture Printer Port...

/

End Capture...

button

Assigns a port to the network drive or cancels a port assigned to the network drive.

4. Timeout settings - Not selected

Specify the amount of time (in seconds) allowed to elapse before the printer becomes online. If the printer is not online within this duration, an error message will be displayed.

5. Timeout settings - Transmission retry

Specify the amount of time (in seconds) allowed to elapse before the printer is ready for printing. If the printer is not ready for printing within this duration, an error message will be displayed.

Increase this value if a timeout error occurs when printing a large document.

6.

Add Port...

/

Delete Port...

button

Adds/deletes a new port or a new network path.

7.

New Driver...

button

Updates or modifies the printer driver.

Windows 98/Me

Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

8.

Spool Settings...

button

Specify the method of sending (spool) documents from the program to the printer.

Spool Data Type

Select spool data type (EMF format or RAW format). Specifying RAW format results in longer time before placing an application operational after printing on the application.

Note: Spooling by EMF format (metafile compression) may cause the following problems on some application software.

1) Printing result is different from the screen display.

2) Printing requires excessive time.

Enable bidirectional support

Be sure to check the check box for "Enable bidirectional support" when installing the status monitor

(See page 126). Otherwise, printing may not function properly.

9.

Port Settings...

button

Modifies printer port settings.

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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Windows 98/Me

Sharing Tab

1. Not Shared/Shared As

Select whether to display or use this printer with other computers.

2. Share Name

Specify the name of the shared printer. The displayed name can be used as it is or a new name may be entered. The name specified at this time will be displayed when other users view information about the printer on the network.

3. Comment

You can enter comment regarding a shared printer (such as the type of printer and the location where it is installed). When other users view information about the printer on the network, the comment specified here will be displayed.

4. Password

Specify a password when other users will connect to this printer.

Leave the box blank in order not to use any password.

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NOTE

1. Sharing Tab in property dialog box is not displayed unless printer sharing has been specified.

Windows 98/Me

Paper/Layout Tab

Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

1. Paper Size

Select a document size.

2. Paper Source

Specify where the paper you want to use is located in the machine. If you choose Auto Selection, the printer driver will automatically select an appropriate tray according to the Paper Size.

3. Orientation

Select the print orientation (Portrait/Landscape).

4. Copies (1-99)

Specify the number of copies to be printed. If the number of copies to be printed can be specified within the application, indicate one copy here and specify the number of copies in the Print dialog box of the application.

5. Zoom (50-200%)

Specify an enlargement or reduction percentage when printing documents. If enlargement/reduction can be set within the application, indicate 100% here and specify the enlargement/reduction percentage in the Print dialog box of the application.

6. N in 1

For printing two or more pages on one sheet, specify a printing method.

Layout is selected by combining with "Orientation." Each layout is displayed with the icon.

• 2 in 1: Print 2 pages of documents zoomed out by 65 or 71% on one sheet.

• 4 in 1: Print 4 pages of documents zoomed out by 50% on one sheet.

7.

Restore Defaults

button

Return all items in Paper/Layout Tab to standard settings (default).

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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Windows 98/Me

Handling Tab

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1. Sorter

Select whether to Stack or Sort when printing multiple copies.

2. Printing on both sides (Duplex) (For DP-150FX/2000/2010E/2500/3000)

Select duplex printing for printing on both sides.

Note 1) Duplex Printing is allowed only when the Dual-Path Exit Guide Unit, Paper Transport Unit and

Automatic Duplex Unit (DA-FK200/FK210/MD200) are mounted.

2) Check [Duplex Unit] check box in Device Options Tab.

3. Flipping Direction

Select binding side (Long Edge/Short Edge) for duplex printing.

4. Binding Margin (For DP-2000/2010E/2500/3000)

Select the binding margin upon duplex printing.

The width of the binding margin is specified on the main unit.

5. Output Tray (For DP-2000/2500/3000)

Specify the output destination (Auto Selection, Inner Tray 1, Inner Tray 2 or Outer Tray).

Note 1) Output Tray selection is allowed only with Dual-Path Exit Guide Unit, Paper Transport Unit, Exit

Tray (Outer) or 1-Bin Finisher (DA-FK200/FK210/XT200/FS200) is installed.

2) Check [Inner Tray], [Finisher / Outer Tray] check boxes in Device Options Tab.

Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Windows 98/Me

6. Staple (For DP-2000/2500/3000)

Specifying staple printing is allowed if the output bin is set to outer.

Note 1) Staple printing is allowed only with Electronic Sorting Board (DA-ES200 : For DP-2000 only) and

1-Bin Finisher (DA-FS200) mounted.

2) Select "Sort" in the sort menu.

3) Paper is stapled at the top left or at the top right. (See table below.)

Document orientation Paper orientation

Letter

A4

Top left

Stapling position

Letter

A4

Letter

A4

Letter/A4

Top right

Letter

A4

Note) Stapling on Invoice/B5

sheet is not allowed.

Letter

A4

Top right

Letter/A4

Letter/A4

Ledger

Legal

A3

FLS

B4

Ledger/

Legal/

A3/FLS/B4

Letter/A4

Ledger/

Legal/

A3/FLS/B4

Top left

Letter/A4

Note) Stapling on Invoice/B5

sheet is not allowed.

Ledger

Legal

A3

FLS

B4

Top right

Note) Stapling on Invoice/B5 sheet is

not allowed.

Top left

Ledger/

Legal/

A3/FLS/B4

Note) Stapling on Invoice/B5 sheet is

not allowed.

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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Windows 98/Me

Quality Tab

1. Halftone

Select method of expressing halftone. Select the setting according to the data to be printed and your preference

• Normal: Select the halftoning method to be used. Select it according to the details of data and your preference.

• Line Art: Use when printing originals containing line drawings or text.

2. Resolution

Select the printer resolution (300dpi/600dpi).

3. Density

Adjust the printing density (Contrast and Brightness) as desired.

4.

Restore Defaults

button

Return all items in the Quality Tab to standard settings (default).

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NOTE

1. dpi (dot per inch) means the number of dots contained in one inch. The higher the value is, the higher the resolution becomes.

Windows 98/Me

Device Options Tab

Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

1. Security Print Password (For DP-1810F/2000/2500/3000)

Set the password for Security Print, to enable the feature.

2. Duplex Unit (For DP-2000/2500)

Check this checkbox if the Automatic Duplex Unit (DA-MD200) is installed.

3. Inner Tray (For DP-2000/2500/3000)

Check this checkbox if the Exit Tray (Inner) and the Dual-Path Exit Guide Unit (DA-XN200/FK200) are installed.

Specifying inner bins, Inner 1 and Inner 2, is allowed for printing on the printer.

4. Finisher/Outer Tray (For DP-2000/2500/3000)

Check this checkbox if the 1-Bin Finisher (DA-FS200) or Outer Tray (DA-XT200) is installed.

Setting of Finisher/Outer Tray option is allowed when the Inner Tray option is enabled. The staple function also is selectable when the Finisher/Outer Tray option is enabled.

5. Number of Paper Tray

Select the number of available paper trays for the printer if an optional Paper Feed Module is installed.

6. Printer/Fax Memory (For DP-1810F/2000/2500/3000)

Select the size of the Expansion Flash Memory Card or whether a Fax Option (2MB) has been installed, to enable the Security Print.

7.

Restore Defaults

button

Return all items in the Device Options Tab to standard settings (default).

8.

About...

button

Displays the version information about the printer driver.

NOTE

1. Device Options Tab specifies device-specific settings and settings of optional devices.

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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Windows NT 4.0 (Administrator)

To change the printer settings, open the dialog box for the printer properties by the following steps.

1

Log onto the computer/network with an account rights of

Administrator.

2

Click the Start button, point to Settings, and then click

Printers.

3

Right-click the desired printer icon in the printers folder, and select Properties in the pop-up menu.

The printer properties dialog box appears.

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NOTE

1. In Windows NT 4.0, setting the properties depends on the log-in account. This section describes properties to be specified by an administrator (system manager).

2. See "Configuring the Printer Driver Settings (User)" for details of user properties. (See page

48)

Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Windows NT 4.0 (Administrator)

General Tab

1. Comment

Enter comments to the properties, if any.

If another user sets up this printer on his or her computer when sharing the printer, the comment specified here will also appear on that computer. However, the comment displayed for an already set-up user will remain unchanged even if the comment is modified later.

2. Location

Specify the printer location.

3. Driver

Displays the printer driver type. Specify the printer being used or a printer model that can be emulated with the printer being used.

4.

New Driver...

button

Updates or modifies the printer driver.

5.

Separator Page...

button

This feature is not available on your machine.

6.

Print Processor...

button

Specify the processor to be used for printing (Print Processor) and the data type (Default Data type).

The processor and data type affect the manner in which the printer functions in Windows NT. Normally they do not need to be modified. However, modification might be necessary when the printer is used with a special application.

7.

Print Test Page

button

Prints a test page. This allows the user to verify if the printer is installed properly.

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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Windows NT 4.0 (Administrator)

Ports Tab

1. Print to the following port(s)

Displays a list of available ports for printing (Port), their status (Description) and printers that are connected to these ports (Printer).

2.

Add Port...

/

Delete Port...

button

Adds/deletes a new port or a new network path.

3.

Configure Port...

button

Configures the selected port. In case of a parallel port, Transmission Retry should be specified.

4. Enable bidirectional support

On a printer, this setting enables reception of configuration data and status data from computer. Be sure

to check this checkbox when installing status monitor (See page 126). Printing may be disabled without

checking on the checkbox.

5. Enable printer pooling

Printer spool allows outputting data from one logical printer to two or more printers. With printer spool enabled, a transmitted printing job is output to the first printer that is available for printing.

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NOTE

1. Specify the time (seconds) waiting for the printer to be ready for printing. If a printer is not ready for printing after the specified time has elapsed, an error message is displayed.

2. If a timeout error occurs frequently upon printing a large size document, specify a larger value here.

Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Windows NT 4.0 (Administrator)

Scheduling Tab

1. Available

Schedules the printer for operation. Specify operating hours when From-To is selected.

2. Priority

Sets printing priority. The slider allows the priority to be adjusted from 1 through 99.

3. Spool print documents... / Print directly to the printer

Specify how documents should be sent from the application to the printer.

4. Hold mismatched documents

The spooler compares document settings against printer settings and holds printing of a document if its settings (Paper Size, Orientation, and so on) do not match the printer settings.

5. Print spooled documents first

Always prints spooled documents first regardless of printing priority.

6. Keep documents after they have printed

Holds documents in the print queue even after they have been printed. These documents can be printed again directly from the queue regardless of the state the application is in.

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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Windows NT 4.0 (Administrator)

Sharing Tab

1. Not Shared/Shared

Select whether to display or use this printer with other computers.

2. Share Name

Specify the name of the shared printer. The displayed name can be used as it is or a new name may be entered. The name specified at this time will be displayed when other users view information about the printer on the network.

3. Alternate Drivers

Specify the operating systems of other computers that might share this printer.

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NOTE

1. When sharing a printer on the network, the print driver is installed on one print server, other computers will automatically copy and use that driver.

2. For this reason, the print server must be ready with printer drivers for all the operating systems of all computers that will be sharing the printer.

Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Windows NT 4.0 (Administrator)

Security Tab

1.

Permissions

button

Set printer access privileges.

2.

Auditing

button

Displays the persons who used this printer and how they used.

3.

Ownership

button

Set the ownership of the printer.

NOTE

1. In order to utilize these features, you need to have selected Audit... from User Manager's

Policies and have enabled File and Object Access in the Audit Policy dialog box.

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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Windows NT 4.0 (Administrator)

Device Settings Tab

1. Halftone Setup

Halftone Setup...

button

Select the halftoning method to be used (halftones specific to the printer).

Select it according to the details of data and your preference.

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Halftone Pattern

Select the pixel size to be used for halftones.

The greater the value, the coarser the image would become. However, a larger value is suited to printing in large areas.

The Enhanced pattern allows printing at a higher resolution using the same number of pixels. However, the pattern might generate unnatural lines, patterns, moire effects, and so on depending on the image to be printed.

Device Gamma

Adjust the gamma of print images (color intensities).

Pixel Diameter

Adjust the darkness of the print image. Manipulate the slider to specify the pixel size. You can select between specifying the real size in inches or specifying in percentage relative to the printer resolution.

Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Windows NT 4.0 (Administrator)

Luminance (CIE Y)

Adjust the luminosity of the print image.

2. Duplex Unit (For DP-2000/2500)

Check this checkbox if the Automatic Duplex Unit (DA-MD200) is installed.

Duplex printing function is enabled.

3. Output Tray (For DP-2000/2500/3000)

If Exit Tray (Inner) and Dual-Path Exit Guide Unit (DA-XN200/FK200) are installed, select inner option.

This allows specifying Inner 1 and Inner 2 as output bins for printer output.

If 1-Bin Finisher or Exit Tray (Outer) (DA-FS200/XT200) is installed, select inner option + outer option.

This allows specifying inner 1, inner 2, and outer as output bins for printer output. Also, stapling function becomes available if inner option and outer option are enabled.

4. Number of Paper Tray

Select the number of available paper trays for the printer if an optional Paper Feed Module is installed.

5. Printer/Fax Memory (For DP-1810F/2000/2500/3000)

Select the size of the Expansion Flash Memory Card to enable the Secure Print.

6. Secure Print Password (DP-1810F/2000/2500/3000)

Set the password for Security Print, to enable the feature.

NOTE

1. Device Settings Tab specifies device-specific settings and settings of optional devices. Refer to the operation manuals of the optional devices, or on-line manuals for settings items.

2. Settings specified in this section are saved as standard (default) settings of the printer.

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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Windows NT 4.0 (User)

To change the printer settings, open the dialog box for the printer properties by the following steps.

1

Select Print in the File menu of the application.

2

Select the printer model in the name box.

3

Click the

Properties...

button in the Print dialog box.

4

The printer properties dialog box appears. Click the desired tabs of the dialog box and specify the properties.

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NOTE

1. In Windows NT 4.0, setting properties depends on the log-in account. This section describes properties to be specified by a user, upon executing a print operation on an application. See

"Configuring the Printer Driver Settings (Administrator)" for details of administrator properties.

(See page 40)

Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Windows NT 4.0 (User)

Page Setup Tab

1. Paper Size

Select a document size.

2. Paper Source

Specify where the paper you want to use is located in the machine. If you choose Auto Selection, the printer driver will automatically select an appropriate tray according to the Paper Size.

3. Copy Count

Specify the number of copies to be printed. If the number of copies to be printed can be specified within the application, indicate one copy here and specify the number of copies in the Print dialog box of the application.

4. Sort

Select whether to Stack or Sort when printing multiple copies.

5. Orientation

Select the print orientation (Portrait/Landscape).

6. Print on Both Sides (Duplex Printing) (For DP-150FX/2000/2010E/2500/3000)

Specify if duplex printing is performed. Select the binding side (None/Short Edge/Long Edge) for duplex printing.

Note 1) Duplex Printing on post card is not allowed.

2) Duplex Printing is allowed only when the Dual-Path Exit Guide Unit, Paper Transport Unit and

Automatic Duplex Unit are mounted.

3) Check [Duplex Unit] check box in Device Options Tab.

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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Windows NT 4.0 (User)

Advanced Tab

1. Paper Size

Select a document size.

2. Orientation

Select the print orientation (Portrait/Landscape).

3. Paper Source

Specify where the paper you want to use is located in the machine. If you choose Auto Selection, the printer driver will automatically select an appropriate tray according to the Paper Size.

4. Copy Count

Specify the number of copies to be printed. If the number of copies to be printed can be specified within the application, indicate one copy here and specify the number of copies in the Print dialog box of the application.

5. Print on Both Sides (Duplex Printing) (For DP-150FX/2000/2010E/2500/3000)

Specify if duplex printing is performed.

6. Resolution

Select the printer resolution (300dpi/600dpi).

7. Scaling

Specify custom zoom when printing a document by zooming in/out at a desired rate. If the zooming rate is specifiable in an application, specify "100%" (same size) here. Specify a zooming rate in the print dialog box of the application.

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NOTE

1. Settings specified in this section are valid until an application is shut down.

Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Windows NT 4.0 (User)

Advanced Tab

1. Metafile Spooling

With Metafile Spooling enabled, the file is spooled in EMF format (metafile compression). With the function disabled, the file is spooled in RAW (non-compression) format. Specifying RAW format results in longer time before placing an application operational after printing on the application.

Note: Spooling by EMF format may cause the following problems on some application software.

1)Printing result is different from the screen display.

2)Printing requires excessive time.

2. N in 1

For printing two or more pages on one sheet, specify a printing method.

Layout is selected by combining with "Orientation." Each layout is displayed with an icon.

2 in 1: Print 2 pages of documents zoomed out by 65 or 71% on one sheet.

4 in 1: Print 4 pages of documents zoomed out by 50% on one sheet.

3. Binding Margin (For DP-2000/2010E/2500/3000)

Select the binding margin upon duplex printing.

The width of the binding margin is specified on the main unit.

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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Windows NT 4.0 (User)

4. Staple (DP-2000/2500/3000)

Specifying staple printing is allowed if the output bin is set to outer.

Note 1) Staple printing is allowed only with Electronic Sorting Board (DA-ES200 : For DP-2000 only) and

1-Bin Finisher (DA-FS200) mounted.

2) Paper is stapled at the top left or at the top right. (See table below.)

Document orientation Paper orientation

Letter

A4

Top left

Stapling position

Letter

A4

Letter

A4

Letter/A4

Top right

Letter

A4

Note) Stapling on Invoice/B5

sheet is not allowed.

Letter

A4

Top right

Letter/A4

Letter/A4

Ledger

Legal

A3

FLS

B4

Ledger/

Legal/

A3/FLS/B4

Letter/A4

Ledger/

Legal/

A3/FLS/B4

Top left

Letter/A4

Note) Stapling on Invoice/B5

sheet is not allowed.

Ledger

Legal

A3

FLS

B4

Top right

Note) Stapling on Invoice/B5 sheet is

not allowed.

Top left

Ledger/

Legal/

A3/FLS/B4

Note) Stapling on Invoice/B5 sheet is

not allowed.

Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Windows NT 4.0 (User)

5. Output Tray

Specify the output destination.

Note 1) Output Tray selection is allowed only with Dual-Path Exit Guide Unit, Paper Transport Unit, Exit

Tray (Outer) or 1-Bin Finisher (DA-FK200/FK210/XT200/FS200) is installed.

2) Post cards cannot be output from the outer tray.

6. Security Print

Select to enable Security Print.

7. Halftone Color Adjustment

Contrast

Adjust the contrast of print images.

Brightness

Adjust the brightness of print images.

Dark Picture

Select this option in order to print dark images brighter.

Negative

Select this option in order to print images with black and white reversed.

Input RGB Gamma

Adjust the gamma of print images (color intensities). Red, Green and Blue can also be adjusted individually.

Black Ref/White Ref

Adjust the difference between the darkest and lightest colors of an image. Increasing the Black Ref value or decreasing the White Ref value will intensify the contrast of the image but reduces the range of colors in between.

Picture

Select a test pattern type.

Selecting the View check box will display halftone adjustment results in the test pattern.

NOTE

1. Settings specified in this section are valid until an application is shut down.

2. Specifying [Yes] for [Binding Margin] moves a printing area vertically or horizontally (for ensuring binding margin). For specifying margin in consideration of a double-page spread printing on application, specify [No] for [Binding Margin].

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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Windows 2000/XP (Administrator)

To change the printer settings, open the dialog box for the printer properties by the following steps.

1

Log onto the computer/network with an account rights of

Administrator.

2

Click the Start button, point to Settings, and then click

Printers.

3

Right-click the desired printer icon in the printers folder, and select Properties in the pop-up menu.

The printer properties dialog box appears.

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NOTE

1. In Windows 2000/XP, setting the properties depends on the log-in accounts. This section describes properties to be specified by an administrator (system manager). See "Configuring

the Printer Driver Settings" for details of user properties. (See page 63)

Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Windows 2000/XP (Administrator)

General Tab

1. Printer Name

Name of the printer specified upon installation is displayed.

2. Location and Comment

Enter a comment about the location of the printer installation and information about the printer.

If a printer is shared, the location and comment specified in this field appears when another user sets up this printer on his/her computer. After completion of setup, however, changing this comment does not update the location and comment appearing on users PCs.

3. Model

Model name of the printer is displayed.

4. Features

Functions and settings of the printer are displayed.

5.

Printing Preferences...

button

Changes properties (print settings) specifiable for each user.

Refer to "Configuring the Printer Driver Settings" for details of settings (See page 63)

6.

Print Test Page

button

Prints a test page. This allows the user to verify if the printer is installed properly.

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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Windows 2000/XP (Administrator)

Sharing Tab

1. Not Shared/Shared As

Specify if this printer is displayed or used on a computer of other users.

For sharing a printer, specify the share name of a printer to be shared. A name specified here appears when other users view the printer information on a network

2.

Additional Drivers...

button

Install additional printer drivers on the system.

When users running different versions of Windows share a printer, installing additional drivers avoids the necessity for installing new drivers on their systems.

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NOTE

1. If a printer is shared on a network, installing the printer driver on one print server allows other computers to copy the driver automatically for use. Accordingly, a print server is required to provide alternative printer drivers for other OS's that may use the printer.

Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Windows 2000/XP (Administrator)

Ports Tab

1. Print to the following port(s)

Displays a list of ports that allows printing, their status (description), and printers connected to the ports.

2.

Add Port...

/

Delete Port...

button

Adds/deletes a new port or a new network path.

3.

Configure Port...

button

Configure the port that is selected. On a parallel port, wait time (in seconds) for retransmission is specified.

4. Enable bidirectional support

On a printer, this setting enables reception of configuration data and status data from computer. Be sure

to check this checkbox when installing status monitor (See page 126). Printing may be disabled without

checking on the checkbox.

5. Enable printer pooling

Printer spool allows outputting data from one logical printer to two or more printers. With printer spool enabled, a transmitted printing job is output to the first printer that is available for printing.

NOTE

1. Specify the time (seconds) waiting for the printer to be ready for printing. If a printer is not ready for printing after the specified time has elapsed, an error message is displayed.

2. If a timeout error occurs frequently upon printing a large size document, specify a larger value here.

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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Windows 2000/XP (Administrator)

Advanced Tab

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1. Always available/Available from

Specify the operation schedule for a printer. Selecting Available from allows specifying an operation time.

2. Priority

Specify the priority in printing. Priority is adjustable from 1 to 99. Document of higher priority are printed before those of lower priority.

3. Driver

Displays the printer driver type. Specify the printer being used or a printer model that can be emulated with the printer being used.

4.

New Driver...

button

Updates or modifies the printer driver.

5. Spool print documents so program finishes printing faster

Specify the method of sending a document from the program to the printer.

6. Hold mismatched documents

The spooler compares document settings against printer settings and holds printing of a document if its settings (Paper Size, Orientation, and so on) do not match the printer settings.

7. Print spooled documents first

Always prints spooled documents first regardless of printing priority.

8. Keep printed documents

After printing, documents are kept in the queue. The documents are allowed to be reprinted directly from the queue regardless of the status of an application.

Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Windows 2000/XP (Administrator)

9. Enable advanced printing features

Enables advanced printing features. Optional features of the printer (page ordering, booklet printing, numbering on sheets) are enabled. These features can be disabled if a problem occurs due to incompatibility. Disabling the features may disable the printing options also.

10.

Printing Defaults...

button

Specifies standard (default) values for the properties (print settings) specifiable for each user. If a local printer is shared, the settings here are used as printing defaults for other users.

Refer to "Configuring the Printer Driver Settings" for detailed settings. (See page 63)

11.

Print Processor...

button

Specify a print processor and data type to be used for printing.

The processor and data type define operations of printers on Windows 2000/XP.

Usually no change is required in the settings. Use of a printer on a special application, however, may require changes on the settings.

12.

Separator Page...

button

This feature is not available on your machine.

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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Windows 2000/XP (Administrator)

Security Tab

Displays a list of users and groups that are assigned access to this printer. A list of standard access permitted/prohibited for each group or user is displayed. Check the checkbox for permitting or prohibiting access. Gray checkbox indicates inheritance of access permission.

1.

Add...

/

Remove

button

Add or delete a user or group in the list.

2.

Advanced...

button

Specify access to a printer, audit, and owner.

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NOTE

1. Windows 2000/XP provides the capability of managing access to various objects (e.g. printers) by users.

2. Refer to manuals of Windows 2000/XP for details of access permission, audit, and owner.

Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Windows 2000/XP (Administrator)

Device Settings Tab

1.

Halftone Setup...

button

Select the method of expressing device halftone (printer-specific halftone). Select the settings according to printing data and preference.

Halftone Pattern

Select the pixel size to be used for halftones.

The greater the value, the coarser the image would become. However, a larger value is suited to printing in large areas.

The Enhanced pattern allows printing at a higher resolution using the same number of pixels. However, the pattern might generate unnatural lines, patterns, moire effects, and so on depending on the image to be printed.

Device Gamma

Adjust the gamma of print images (color intensities).

Pixel Diameter

Adjust the darkness of the print image. Manipulate the slider to specify the pixel size. You can select between specifying the real size in inches or specifying in percentage relative to the printer resolution.

Luminance (CIE Y)

Adjust the luminosity of the print image.

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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Windows 2000/XP (Administrator)

2. Duplex Unit (For DP-2000/2500)

Check this checkbox if the Automatic Duplex Unit (DA-MD200) is installed.

Duplex printing function is enabled.

3. Output Tray (For DP-2000/2500/3000)

If Exit Tray (Inner) and Dual-Path Exit Guide Unit (DA-XN200/FK200) are installed, select inner option.

This allows specifying Inner 1 and Inner 2 as output bins for printer output.

If 1-Bin Finisher or Exit Tray (Outer) (DA-FS200/XT200) is installed, select inner option + outer option.

This allows specifying inner 1, inner 2, and outer as output bins for printer output. Also, stapling function becomes available if inner option and outer option are enabled.

4. Number of Paper Tray

Select the number of available paper trays for the printer if an optional Paper Feed Module is installed.

5. Printer/Fax Memory (For DP-1810F/2000/2500/3000)

Select the size of the Expansion Flash Memory Card or whether a Fax Option (2MB) has been installed, to enable Security Print.

6. Security Print Password (For DP-1810F/2000/2500/3000)

Set the password for Security Print, to enable the feature.

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NOTE

1. Device Settings Tab specifies device-specific settings and settings of optional devices. Refer to operation manuals of the optional devices, or on-line manuals for settings items.

2. Settings specified in this section are saved as standard (default) settings of the printer.

Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Windows 2000/XP (User)

To change the printer settings, open the dialog box for the printer properties by the following steps.

1

Select Print in the File menu of the application.

2

Click the

Properties...

button in the Print dialog box.

3

The dialog box for the printer properties appears. Click the desired tabs of the dialog box and specify the properties.

NOTE

1. In Windows 2000/XP, setting the properties depends on the log-in accounts. This section describes properties to be specified by a user, upon executing a print operation on an application. See "Settings Printer Driver on Windows 2000/XP (Administrator)" for details of

administrator (system manager) properties. (See page 54)

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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Windows 2000/XP (User)

General Tab

1. Select Printer

Select a printer for printing.

2. Page Range

Select a page range for printing.

3. Number of Copies (1-99)

Specify the number of copies.

4. Collate

Upon printing two or more copies, pages are output for each copy.

Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Windows 2000/XP (User)

Layout Tab

1. Orientation

Select the print orientation (Portrait/Landscape).

2. Print on Both Sides (Duplex) (For DP-150FX/2000/2010E/2500/3000)

Select duplex printing for printing on both sides.

Select the binding side (None/Flip on Short Edge/Flip on Long Edge) for duplex printing.

Note 1) Duplex Printing on post card is not allowed.

2) Duplex Printing is allowed only when the Dual-Path Exit Guide Unit, Paper Transport Unit and

Automatic Duplex Unit are mounted.

3) Check [Duplex Unit] check box in Device Options Tab.

3.

Advanced...

button

Specify detailed settings. Refer to Advanced (See page 67) for details.

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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Windows 2000/XP (User)

Paper/Quality Tab

1. Paper Source

Specify where the paper you want to use is located in the machine. If you choose Auto Selection, the printer driver will automatically select an appropriate tray according to the Paper Size.

2.

Advanced...

button

Specify detailed settings. Refer to Advanced (See page 67) for details.

Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Windows 2000/XP (User)

Advanced

1. Paper Size

Select a document size.

2. Resolution

Select the printer resolution (300dpi/600dpi).

3. Scaling

Specify custom zoom when printing a document by zooming in/out at a desired rate. If the zooming rate is specifiable in an application, specify "100%" (same size) here. Specify a zooming rate in the print dialog box of the application.

4. Metafile Spooling

With Metafile Spooling enabled, the file is spooled in EMF format (metafile compression). With the function disabled, the file is spooled in RAW (non-compression) format. Specifying RAW format results in longer time before placing an application operational after printing on the application.

Note: Spooling by EMF format may cause the following problems on some application software.

1)Printing result is different from the screen display.

2)Printing requires excessive time.

5. N in 1

For printing two or more pages on one sheet, specify a printing method.

Layout is selected by combining with "Orientation." Each layout is displayed with an icon.

2 in 1: Print 2 pages of documents zoomed out by 65 or 71% on one sheet.

4 in 1: Print 4 pages of documents zoomed out by 50% on one sheet.

6. Binding Margin (For DP-2000/2010E/2500/3000)

Select for ensuring the binding margin upon duplex printing.

Specifying On for Binding moves a printing area vertically or horizontally (for ensuring binding margin).

For specifying a margin in consideration of a double-page spread printing on application, specify Off for

Binding.

Width of binding margin is specified on the main unit.

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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Windows 2000/XP (User)

7. Staple (For DP-2000/2500/3000)

Specifying staple printing is allowed if the output bin is set to outer.

Note 1) Staple printing is allowed only with Electronic Sorting Board (DA-ES200 : For DP-2000 only) and

1-Bin Finisher (DA-FS200) mounted.

2) Paper is stapled at the top left or at the top right. (See table below.)

Document orientation Paper orientation

Letter

A4

Top left

Stapling position

Letter

A4

Letter

A4

Letter/A4

Top right

Letter

A4

Note) Stapling on Invoice/B5

sheet is not allowed.

Letter

A4

Top right

Letter/A4

Letter/A4

Ledger

Legal

A3

FLS

B4

Ledger/

Legal/

A3/FLS/B4

Letter/A4

Ledger/

Legal/

A3/FLS/B4

Top left

Letter/A4

Note) Stapling on Invoice/B5

sheet is not allowed.

Ledger

Legal

A3

FLS

B4

Top right

Note) Stapling on Invoice/B5 sheet is

not allowed.

Top left

Ledger/

Legal/

A3/FLS/B4

Note) Stapling on Invoice/B5 sheet is

not allowed.

Configuring the Printer Driver Settings

Windows 2000/XP (User)

8. Output Tray (For DP-2000/2500/3000)

Specify the output destination. <Auto Selection, Outer, Inner 1, or Inner 2>

Note 1) Output Tray selection is allowed only with Dual-Path Exit Guide Unit, Paper Transport Unit, Exit

Tray (Outer) or 1-Bin Finisher (DA-FK200/FK210/XT200/FS200) is installed.

2) Post cards cannot be output from the outer tray.

9. Security Print

Select to enable Security Print.

10.Halftone Color Adjustment

Contrast

Adjust the contrast of print images.

Brightness

Adjust the brightness of print images.

Dark Picture

Select this option in order to print dark images brighter.

Negative

Select this option in order to print images with black and white reversed.

Input RGB Gamma

Adjust the gamma of print images (color intensities). Red, Green and Blue can also be adjusted individually.

Black Ref/White Ref

Adjust the difference between the darkest and lightest colors of an image. Increasing the Black Ref value or decreasing the White Ref value will intensify the contrast of the image but reduces the range of colors in between.

Picture

Select a test pattern type.

Selecting the View check box will display halftone adjustment results in the test pattern.

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Setting Print Conditions: Setting on the Device

DP-1510P/1810P

Function Settings Reset Key

DP-1810F

Function Settings Reset Key

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DP-2010E

Function Settings Reset Key

Setting mode

LTR/A4 TRAY SEL.

4 LTR/A4 TRAY SEL.

1:PORTRAIT 2:L-SCAPE

Press the PRINTER key.

Press the FUNCTION key.

Press 4 and the SET key.

Select the desired output paper orientation

After setting, press the SET key.

Settings

Set the printer paper priority orientation.

1: Portrait 2: Landscape

Preset value number

Portrait

DP-2500/3000

Setting Print Conditions: Setting on the Device

SORT

MULTI-SIZE

FEED

LCD

CONTRAST

DP-2500

Touch-panel display

Function Settings

Reset Key

ENERGY SAVER INTERRUPT FUNCTION RESET

CLEAR

LEDGER

LEGAL

LETTER

LETTER

INVOICE

FLASH/

SUB-ADDR

1

4

7 8

0

2

5

3

6

9

Press the PRINTER key.

Press the FUNCTION key.

Press the PRINTER SETTINGS key.

Select the 00 PRINTER OUTPUT TRAY.

Select the desired Output Tray.

After setting, press the OK key on the screen.

Press the RESET key.

DP-2000

MULTI-SIZE FEED

2SIDED

COPY

1SIDED

COPY

SORT

STAPLE

SHIFT

01

COPIED

2 in 1

OHP a

BLANK

2PAGE

COPY b

MEMORY IN

BOOK c f

02 g

03 h

04

STAMP

M1

EDGE d i

05

MEM XMT

M2

MARGIN e j

06

11

16

P1 k

07 p

12 u

17 z

P2 l

08 q

13 v

18 m

09 r

14 w

19 n

10 s

15 x

20

P3 SPACE P4 SYMBOLS P5 CAPS o t y

FINE S-FINE

FAX

ON LINE

INTERNET

PRINTER

ON LINE

DATA

INTERRUPT

Function Settings

Reset Key

LIGHTER

ZOOM/VOL

PHOTO

TEXT/

PHOTO

TEXT

DARKER

ORIGINAL

SIZE

LEDGER

COPY

SIZE

REDIAL /

PAUSE

LEGAL

LETTER

LETTER

INVOICE

ABBR

MONITOR

SET

1

GHI

4

PQRS

7

ABC

2

JKL

5

TUV

8

0

DEF

3

MNO

6

WXYZ

9

TONE

ALARM ACTIVE

STOP

4 PRINTER OUTPUT TRAY

1:INNER 1

Press the PRINTER key.

Press the FUNCTION key.

Press 2 and the SET key.

Select the desired Output Tray.

After setting, press the SET key.

Setting mode Settings

00 PRINTER OUTPUT TRAY Set the printer paper priority Accommodation position.

Outer/Inner 2/Inner 1

Preset value number

Inner 1

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Print Operation

Printing from Windows Applications

If the printer driver is installed properly and a printer is selected as the default printer in the printer setup, printing can be accomplished from any Windows application with simple operations.

To print from most Windows applications, use the Print... command on the File menu. Selecting the Print... command typically displays the following Print dialog box:

After selecting the print range to be printed and the number of copies, click on

OK

to start printing.

While documents are being printed, a printer icon appears on the System Tray near the clock on the bottom right hand corner of the screen. The icon disappears when printing is completed.

You may double-click on the printer indicator on the System Tray to open and verify the details of the print queue in the spooler.

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NOTE

1. Follow the steps below to set a default printer:

1) Click the Start button and select Printers in the Settings menu.

2) Select the printer icon in the window and select [Set As Default] in dropdown menu by right-clicking it. Then the check mark is displayed.

Print Operation

Printing on Network

For sharing a printer by connecting two computers via crossed-cable or using a hub, a connection among computers must be established.

Establishing a connection among computers is verified by displaying the connected computers in Network

Neighborhood on the desktop.

The settings for printer sharing is specified by the following steps:

Printer server (PC connected to a printer)

1

Install the printer driver on a computer to be connected to the machine.

2

Click the Start button, point to Settings, and then click

Printers.

3

Right-click on the desired printer icon and select

[Sharing...] in the dropdown menu.

4

Select Shared As in the properties dialog box.

5

Click on the

OK

button.

Upon completion of the setting, the shape of the icon changes indicates it is shared.

NOTE

1. Refer to the manual of the network cards and Windows users guide for connection among computers.

2. On Windows 98/Me, a computer connected to a printer must have been set up to allow printer sharing by the following operations:

1) Double-click on the Network applet in the control panel folder, and then click on the

File and Print Sharing...

button in the Network Configuration tab.

2) Check [I want to be able to allow others to print to my printer(s).] in the File and Print

Sharing dialog box.

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Print Operation

Printing on Network

Client workstation (PC that uses other computer's printer)

1

Click the Start button, point to Settings, and then click

Printers.

2

Double-click Add Printer in the printers folder.

Add Printer Wizard appears.

Click on the

Next

button.

3

Select Network Printer.

Click on the

Next

button.

4

Specify the other computer's printer by entering the network path.

Then, complete the installation by following the instruction of the Add Printer Wizard.

The operations above enable output from the client workstaton to a printer connected to a printer server.

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Document Management System Section

Installing the Document Management System

Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP

1

2

Insert the Panasonic Document Management

System CD-ROM.

Select the language.

3

Click on the

Next

button.

Click Panasonic-DMS.

Note:

The Fax Gateway and Firmware Update

Utility is only available on U.S.A. and

Canada only.

Click Install Panasonic-DMS Software.

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Installing the Document Management System

Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP

6

Verify the installation destination and click the

Next

button.

7

8

Select your machine's model(s) and click the

(Add) button.

Then, click the

Next

button.

Click the Typical button.

9

Enter the program folder name and click the

Next

button.

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12

Installing the Document Management System

Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP

10

The required files are copied.

<For DP-1810F on Windows 98/NT only>

Click on the

OK

button.

When the setup process is completed, a message is displayed prompting you to restart your computer.

Click the computer.

Finish

button to restart your

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Installing the Document Management System

Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP

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<Windows 98/NT only>

Check [Yes, I accept....] and

Click on the

Next

button.

Note:

After rebooting your PC, the Microsoft

Data Access Components is also automatically installed. Log on to the

PC with an account rights of

Administrator when installing on

Windows NT 4.0.

Click on the

Next

button.

Click on the

Finish

button.

The Panasonic Document Management System folder is added to the Start menu, and the installation is completed.

Installing the Document Management System

Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP

NOTE

1. When installing on Windows NT 4.0, log onto the computer with an account rights of

Administrator.

2. The Typical installation method installs all of the following drivers and applications.

Selecting the Custom installation allows the selected installation of scanner and MFP utilities individually.

• Scanner

Document Scanner (TWAIN scanner driver) (See page 97)

• Document Manager and Viewer

Document Manager (Image management application) (See page 80)

Document Viewer (Image editing application) (See page 103)

• PC Faxing

Panafax Desktop (See page 152)

• MFP Utilities

Status Monitor (Device status monitor) (See page 126)

Configuration Editor (See page 131)

Phonebook Editor (See page 139)

COM Port Redirector

Operating Instructions

3. By installing this software, the system selects LPT1 as the parallel port to be connected to the device. For connecting the device to a port other than LPT1, change connection ports by selecting [Panasonic], [Panasonic Document Management System], and [Port Selection Utility] from the Start menu.

4. Before updating the software, be sure to remove the older version of software.

5. Take the following steps to install the software on Windows 2000/XP:

1) For installation, log onto the computer with an account rights of Administrator.

2) Restart Windows after completion of installation.

3) After restart, log on again with an account rights of Administrator to complete the Windows system update.

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Document Manager

Main Window

Document Manager is an application for managing documents (image files). By utilizing the Document

Manager and Document Viewer (See page 103) in combination, a number of documents (image files) can

be classified, managed, browsed, and edited.

Selecting Panasonic

Panasonic Document Management System

Document Manager in

Programs of the Start menu displays the main window of the Document Manager.

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1. Title Bar

Displays the title of a screen.

2. Menu Bar

Displays the menu of the Document Manager.

3. Tool Bar

Displays the tool buttons of the Document Manager. Tool buttons correspond to functions of the menus in the menu bar.

4. Folder Window

Displays the folders containing the documents in tree form.

5. Link Icon

Dropping a dragged document onto a link icon, an application corresponding to the function of the icon is activated.

6. Status Bar

Displays information such as the number of documents in a folder, the number of selected documents, and file sizes, etc.

Document Manager

Main Window

7. Document Window

Displays a list of documents in the selected folder.

Documents are displayed in thumbnails (reduced images). Page number and and buttons are displayed at the bottom of a thumbnail image for grouped documents (configured with two or more pages).

• Image data files

A thumbnail image of the document is displayed.

• Application data files

A thumbnail image of the document with it original application icon is displayed (i.e. Word, Excel and

PowerPoint).

Clicking on the < and > buttons turns the page on a multi-page document.

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Document Manager

Basic Operations

The Document Manager allows editing and managing documents displayed in thumbnail images by dragging and dropping. The function enables various operations as described below:

Selecting Documents

Clicking thumbnail images in the document window allows selection of documents. Dragging a mouse cursor on the screen or clicking with the Shift key held down allows selecting two or more documents at one time.

Editing Documents

Double-clicking thumbnail images in document window

activates Document Viewer (See page 103), allowing

opening and editing documents.

Creating Documents

Drag and dropping any application file into Document

Manager creates a new document. A thumbnail image file is created and the application icon is displayed.

Basic Operations

Copying/Moving Documents

Dragging a thumbnail image in document window and dropping it onto a folder in the folder window allows moving the document to the folder. Dragging & dropping with the Ctrl key held down copies a document.

Document Manager

Dragging a document and dropping it onto another document in a document folder results in grouping the two documents together.

Dragging a document and dropping onto a link icon activates an application corresponding to the function of each icon.

Link icons are registered and deleted by selecting Launch to

Another Application

External Application Setup in the

File menu.

• Dragging a document and dropping it onto “Shared Folder” allows other computers connected to the same network access to it.

Browse “Shared Folder” for how to create shared folders.

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Document Manager

Setting Plug-in

Import document (from scanner)

Selecting Acquire Image... in the File menu displays a window for the Document Scanner (See page 86).

The operation imports a document read on the scanner into a folder.

Import document (from file)

Selecting Open in the File menu displays a dialog box for selecting files. The dialog box allows importing image files saved in a computer as documents onto a folder.

An attempt of importing files that cannot be handled by Document Manager results in displaying an error shown below. Press OK and verify a file format.

Dragging and dropping a selected document onto a link icon at the bottom of the window activates an application specified for the link icon, and opens the image file.

The link icons can be Added/Removed freely by selecting Launch to Another Application

External

Application

Setup in the File menu.

The following applications are specifiable as destinations of the Document Manager:

- Draw/Graphics software (Applications such as MS-Paint, Photoshop etc.)

- OCR software (Application such as e-Typist, etc.)

- PC-FAX software

- E-Mail software (MAPI-compatible mail application such as MS-Outlook, Netscape Messenger etc.)

- Others

(Other application documents such as MS-Word, MS-Excel etc.)

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NOTE

1. Document Viewer provides a function to add various graphics and texts to an image.

The graphics and texts added to an image are called "Annotation." See "Annotation Menu"

(See page 116) for details of annotation.

File Menu

New Folder

Create a new folder under a folder that is currently selected.

Path of a folder to be created can be specified as required.

Shared Folder

Create a new shared folder. Documents in “shared folder “ can be shared through a network from different computers.

Released Shared Folder

Released a shared folder. Documents in “shared folder” will be released from a network.

Open

A file saved in the computer and can be imported into a folder as a document.

Document Manager

Save As

A document is saved as an ordinary image file under a specified name.

Rename

Change the name of a document.

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Document Manager

File Menu

Properties

Display the file properties.

Backup

Backs up the documents stored in the selected folder.

Acquire Image...

Using a scanner, etc. selected in Select Source, import a document to a folder that is currently selected.

Select Source

Select a TWAIN-compatible device for scanning documents.

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NOTE

1. See "Document Scanner" (See page 97) for operation of scanner.

File Menu

Print

Print a document selected in the document window.

Document Manager

Print Setup

Specify layout and printing size for a document to be printed.

1. Horizontal Position and Vertical Position

Adjust the printing position on a sheet.

2. Print Size

Select printing in original size or printing in accordance with the sheet size.

3. N in 1

Select for printing reduced pages on one sheet.

NOTE

1. Print Setup specifies printing or not printing annotations edited in the Document Viewer. See

"Annotation Menu" (See page 116) for details of annotation.

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Document Manager

File Menu

Launch to another application

Opens a document selected in the document window with a specified application.

Selecting External Application Setup displays a dialog box for adding/changing/deleting the application.

Clicking the Add button displays a dialog box to Add External

Application.

1. Name

If an external application is specified, the name in this field appears on a link icon.

2. Application Type

Specify the application type.

3. Program File

Specify the execution file of an application.

4. MAPI Correspondence

Check here if the E-mail application is compatible with MAPI.

5. Parameter

If the E-mail application is incompatible with MAPI, adding a parameter here allows automatic activation of a transmission screen.

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NOTE

1. See "Setting Plug-in" (See page 84) for specifying an external application.

File Menu

Trash Can

- Open Trash Can

Opens the Trash Can and displays any files. Selecting documents and clicking the

Undo documents that have been discarded.

button restores

Click the document.

Delete

button to delete the selected

- Empty Trash Can

Deletes the files in the Trash Can. If the documents are emptied from the Trash Can, they are permanently deleted.

They are not stored in the Recycle Bin.

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Document Manager

Edit Menu

Undo

Undo the last editing operation done.

Cut

Delete a selected document from a folder and copy it to the clipboard.

Copy

Copy a selected document onto the clipboard.

Paste

Paste a document from the clipboard onto a selected folder.

Delete

Delete a selected document from a folder to the Trash Can.

A confirmation message for deletion appears.

Select All

Select all documents in the folder.

Find

Search for documents by specifying a document name, creation date, or character string in the document.

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NOTE

1. See "Annotation Menu" (See page 116) for details of annotation.

View Menu

Tool Bar

Switch between displaying/hiding the tool bar.

Status Bar

Switch between displaying/hiding the status bar.

List Format/Thumbnail Format

Switch between list display and thumbnail display in the document window.

Document Manager

Arrange Folders

Sort the document folders by name or date.

Arrange Document

Sort the documents in the current folder in the specified order

(Name, Type, Size or Date).

Line Up Documents

Line up the documents in the document window.

Refresh

Refreshes the contents of the Document Manager.

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Document Manager

Document Menu

Open

Open a selected document. Activates the Document Viewer

(See page 80) and opens a document for editing.

Duplicate

Makes a copy of the selected document in a folder.

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Rotate

Rotate the selected document.

- Rotate Right

- Rotate 180 Degrees

- Rotate Left

Group

Makes a group of two or more selected documents. The grouped documents are indicated by page number and and buttons at the bottom of a thumbnail image.

- Every Document

The selected documents are grouped.

- Every Page Alternately

Groups pages alternately.

- Every page reverse alternately

Groups pages alternately by reversing the pages.

Document Menu

Ungroup

Cancel the grouping for grouped documents. Either dividing all pages into individual documents or releasing only specified documents from a group can be selected.

Document Manager

Enhancement

Apply the following correction to a selected document:

- Correct Skew

Detect any inclination of a document and automatically correct it.

- Enhance Edge

Enhance edge (border) of image.

- Eliminate Noise

Remove noise on a document.

- Reverse Gradation

Display image in reverse.

Page

Select pages to be displayed in thumbnail among grouped documents.

Selecting Rearrange Page displays the page sorter dialog box.

The order of the pages are changed by selecting, dragging and dropping the pages.

Click the Reverse Order button to reverse the page order.

Attachment File

Open a dialog box to launch the application associated with the selected attachment.

File Conversion

Create image of the selected attachment.

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Image Converter

General Description

Once Panasonic-DMS has been installed, the Panasonic Document Manager (Image Converter) is automatically installed in the Printers folder too. This driver is for rasterizing application files such as Word or Excel for placing them in the Document Manager. To change the default properties, follow the instructions below:

Windows 98/Me

1. Click the Start button, point to Settings and then click Printers.

2. Right-click on Panasonic Document Manager and select Properties from the dropdown menu.

The Properties dialog box appears.

Paper/Layout tab

- Paper Size

Sets the document paper size.

- Orientation

Sets the document orientation.

- Resolution

Sets the document resolution.

Quality tab

- Color

Sets the color document conversion to color or monochrome.

- Monochrome

Select Normal (Black and White) or Grayscale (Photo) when converting to monochrome. Also sets the brightness and contrast.

3. Click on the

OK

button to save the settings and close the Properties dialog box.

Image Converter

Windows NT 4.0

1. Click the Start button, point to Settings and then click Printers.

2. Right-click on Panasonic Document Manager and select Document Defaults from the dropdown menu. The Document Properties dialog box appears.

Page Setup Tab

- Paper Size

Sets the document paper size.

- Orientation

Sets the document orientation.

- Color Appearance

Sets the document to color or grayscale.

Advanced Tab

- Paper Size

Sets the document paper size.

- Orientation

Sets the document orientation.

- Resolution

Sets the document resolution.

- Color Appearance

Sets the document to color or grayscale.

- Metafile Spooling

- Halftone Color Adjustment

3. Click on the

OK

button to return to the Printers folder.

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Image Converter

Windows 2000/XP

1. Click the Start button, point to Settings and then click Printers.

2. Right-click on Panasonic Document Manager and select Printing Preferences from the dropdown menu. The Printing Defaults dialog box appears.

Layout tab

Sets the document orientation.

Paper/Quality tab

Sets the document to color or grayscale.

Advanced button

Sets the paper size, resolution and spooling properties.

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3. Click on the

OK

button to return to the Printers folder.

Document Scanner

Main Window

Upon image scanning, an image is imported directly into a document using a TWAIN-compatible application

(image editing software, etc.).

Selecting Acquire Image... in the File menu displays for the Document Scanner dialog box.

1.

Preview Window

Displays images of a preview scan. The black frame represents the actual scanning area (Output Size). You may adjust/select the final scanning area by resizing the black frame over the desired area of the image. The size of the black frame is shown in the Output Size field.

2.

Image Type

Select the type of image to be scanned.

Monochrome image (no halftone correction)

A method suitable for an image containing mainly text and drawings. Select this type when halftone correction results in a blurred image.

Halftone image (error diffusion)

This method, using no uniform pattern in halftone, is suitable for natural images such as photographs and produces smooth images. The method, although requiring somewhat large file sizes, produces high-quality images in comparison to the dither method.

Halftone image (4x4, 8x8 dot dither)

This method, which produces images with a unique uniform pattern, is suitable for photographs.

Halftone image (4x4 Bayer's dither)

This method, with somewhat lower image quality, reduces file sizes.

Grayscale image (256 scales)

This method, best suitable to natural images such as photographs, produces tones with high fidelity by no halftone correction. Compared to halftone image scanning, this method requires longer scanning times and results in larger file sizes.

3.

Resolution

Select the resolution for scanning.

Note: The Standard, Fine and Super Fine resolution are types that is best suitable if you are to send the images to an ordinary fax machine in the future.

4.

Paper Size

Select the size of originals to be scanned. The size and orientation of the preview window changes according to the selected document size.

5.

Lock

Fixes the size of the scanning area (black border) in the preview window, disallowing changing the size.

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Document Scanner

Main Window

6.

Scanning Method

Select the scanning method to be used.

Auto (Flatbed/ADF 1-sided)

Auto select between the Flatbed or the ADF (Automatic Document Feeder) by sensing whether an original is set on the ADF.

Flatbed (Platen)

Scan the document set on the Flatbed.

ADF (1-sided)

Scan the document(s) set on the ADF.

ADF (2-sided, Long Edge) - Require an optional Inverting ADF installed

Scan both sides of the document(s) automatically with the long edge side of the original set in the ADF.

ADF (2-sided, Short Edge) - Require an optional Inverting ADF installed

Scan both sides of the document(s) automatically with the short edge side of the original set in the ADF.

7.

Slice Level (valid only when monochrome is selected)

Specify the value of distinction between monochrome for monochrome manuscript. Adjust the value according to density of a manuscript to be scanned.

8.

Brightness (valid only when halftone or grayscale is selected)

Adjust the brightness for halftone or grayscale documents.

9.

Contrast (valid only when halftone or grayscale is selected)

Adjust the contrast (difference between dark and light) for halftone or grayscale documents.

10. Invert

Scan the image in negative.

11. Edge Enhancement

Scan the image with a highlighted edge.

12. Output Size

Displays size of the scanning image and the size of the scanned file.

The output size is determined by the size of the scanning area (black frame) in the preview window and the resolution.

13. Unit

Select the unit of measurement (mm, inch, or pixel).

14.

Scan

button

Scan an image into the document desktop.

15.

Preview

button

Perform preview scanning and display the image on the preview window.

16.

Zoom In

/

Zoom Out

button

Zoom in/out for a preview-scan image.

17.

Restore Defaults ...

Returns all items to standard settings (default).

18.

Close

Closes the Document Scanner window.

NOTE

1. The menu for operating the Document Scanner (scanner driver) depends on the application.

Refer to the manuals of the application for details.

2. If a TWAIN-compatible application has not been installed, select Document Scanner from the

Start menu.

Document Scanner

Tool Menu

Adjustment - Gamma Curve

Display a dialog box for adjusting the gamma (color strength characteristics) of an image. (valid only when halftone or grayscale is selected)

Adjust the gamma curve by dragging the slide bar or entering a value.

Moving the slide bar in the + direction reduces the difference between the highlight (light portion) and halftone. Moving the slide bar in the - direction reduces the difference between the shadow (dark portion) and halftone. In either case, the halftone becomes less prominent.

Click the

Apply

button to apply the changes.

NOTE

1. Adjustment in the Tool menu becomes valid only if <Halftone> or <Grayscale> have been selected in <Image Type> on the main window.

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Document Scanner

Tool Menu

Adjustment - Highlight and Shadow

Displays a dialog box for adjusting the highlight and shadow. (valid only when halftone or grayscale is selected)

Adjust the highlight and shadow by dragging the slide bar or entering a value. Enhancing the highlight

(bright portion) and the shadow (dark portion) makes clear shades on an image.

Click the

Apply

button to apply the changes.

Parameter Reset

Return all settings in the Document Scanner to standard settings (default).

Image Scanning

Image scanning is performed by the following procedures:

1

Activate a TWAIN-compatible application.

2

Select Acquire Image... in the File menu to display Document Scanner.

3

Specify the image type, resolution, paper size of a document to be scanned and the scanning method to be used.

4

Place a document on the ADF or the

Flatbed and click the button.

Preview

A preview-scanned image is displayed in the preview window.

Document Scanner

5

Apply the following adjustments on the preview image:

• Drag the scanning frame (black frame) on the preview window to specify the scanning area. If an area has already been selected, double-clicking with

Shift key held down selects the whole image.

button zooms in/out a preview-scan image.

• Adjust the Slice Level, brightness, and contrast (difference between dark and light portions) as required.

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Document Scanner

Image Scanning

6

Click the

Scan

button to scan an image into the document desktop.

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NOTE

1. Adjust parameters for an optimum scanning image, with the view on preview image.

Preview scanning can be repeated any number of times.

2. Image scanning is only possible by the PC that the device is connected to directly through the parallel port.

Document Viewer

Main Window

The Document Viewer is an application for editing documents (image files) to be managed with the

Document Manager (See page 80). In addition to usual image editing, the program provides various editing

capabilities for documents with a wide selection of annotation functions.

Double-clicking on the document (thumbnail) in the Document Manager screen or selecting Open in the

Document menu displays the main window of the Document Viewer.

NOTE

1. The program is activated also by selecting Panasonic

Management System

Panasonic Document

Document Viewer from Programs of the Start menu.

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Document Viewer

Main Window

1. Title Bar

Displays the title of the screen and the name of the image file being displayed.

2. Menu Bar

Displays the menu of the Document Viewer.

3. Tool Bar

Displays the tool buttons of the Document Viewer. Tool buttons correspond to functions of the menus in the menu bar.

4. Page List

Displays the pages of the documents as thumbnails (reduced image).

5. Size Bar

Adjusts the scaling of the display on the image window.

6. Link Icon

Dragging and dropping a document on a link icon activates the application corresponding to each icon.

7. Status Bar

Displays information such as image file name, image type, and size.

8. Image Window

Displays the image and annotations of the pages being selected.

9. Ruler

Displays the actual size of an image that is selected. The unit of measurement is switched by Ruler Unit in the View menu.

Basic Operations

Selecting Page

Selecting a page by clicking in the page list displays an image of the selected page on the image window.

Dragging and dropping a page in the page list can change the order of the pages.

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Image Editing

The image displayed in the image window is edited with the menu below:

- Edit menu

Editing operations such as cutting, copying, pasting annotations added to an image.

- Page - Adjust Page menu

Image correction and color balance adjustment of the whole page.

Selecting Area

Dragging the mouse on the image window allows selection of a specific area in an image. This function is used to save a specified area or specifying an area for annotation.

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Annotation Function

Document Viewer provides the functions for adding various graphics and text to an image. The graphics and text added to an image are called <Annotation>.

The annotation function, unlike usual image editing applications, does not change an image itself but lays graphics and texts onto an image. Annotations and the original image are displayed as one image.

Annotations are managed separately from image data. Therefore, the Document Viewer can switch between displaying and hiding annotations.

If an image is edited with the Document Viewer, and is exported (sent) to another image editing application, whether to attach the annotation to an image or not can be selected.

Annotation

Original image Annotation added to the original image

File Menu

Open

Opens an image file saved in the computer.

Files of the following formats can be opened on the Document

Viewer.

- TIFF

Tagged-Image File Format (TIFF).

- JPEG

Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG) format.

- BMP

Windows standard bitmap format.

- PNG

Portable Network Graphics format.

- DDM

Document Manager file format.

Save

Save a document being edited.

Save As

A document is saved as an ordinary image file under a specified name.

- All page(s)

Save all pages in the document.

- Select page

Save only the selected page.

- Specified area

Save only the portion specified in the image window.

Document Viewer saves a file in the following formats:

- TIFF

Tagged-Image File Format (TIFF).

- Multi-page TIFF

Multipages Tagged-Image File Format (TIFF).

- Internet Fax TIFF

Tagged-Image File Format (TIFF) with Internet Fax format.

- JPEG

Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG) format.

- BMP

Windows standard bitmap format.

- PNG

Portable Network Graphics format.

- PDF

Adobe Acrobat PDF format.

- DDM

Document Manager file format.

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File Menu

Print

Prints a document under the editing operation. For a document containing two or more pages, pages from-to can be specified for printing.

Print Setup

Specify the layout, printing size, and printing of annotations for a document to be printed.

1. Vertical position and horizontal position

Adjust the printing position on a sheet.

2. Print Size

Select printing in original size or printing in accordance with the sheet size.

3. N in 1 printing

Select for printing two or more reduced pages on one sheet.

Acquire Image

Adds a new image to a document. The application selected in

Select Source runs and a scan image is created.

Select Source

Selects the source for the image added through Acquire Image.

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NOTE

1. When saving a document with annotations, save the document in the Document Manager file format (DDM). This format saves the annotations and image data separately (as objects) so that they can be edited later. Although saving a document in another format allows further editing, the annotations cannot be undone. They are merged into the File.

File Menu

Launch to another application

Opens a document selected in the document window with a specified application.

Document Viewer

Selecting External Application Setup displays a dialog box for adding/changing/deleting the application.

Clicking the Add button displays a dialog box to Add External

Application.

1. Name

If an external application is specified, the name in this field appears on a link icon.

2. Application Type

Specify the application type.

3. Program File

Specify the execution file of an application.

4. MAPI Compliant

Check here if the E-mail application is compatible with

MAPI.

5. Parameter

If the E-mail application is incompatible with MAPI, adding a parameter here allows automatic activation of a transmission screen.

NOTE

1. See "Setting Plug-in" (See page 84) for specifying an external application.

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File Menu

Trash Can

- Open Trash Can

Opens the Trash Can and displays any pages. Selecting page and clicking the been discarded.

Undo

button restores page that has

- Empty Trash Can

Deletes the pages in the Trash Can. If the page is emptied from the Trash Can, it is permanently deleted and does not stored in the Windows Recycle Bin.

Edit Menu

Undo

Undo the last editing operation done.

Cut

Delete a selected annotation from a folder and copy it to the clipboard.

Copy

Copy a selected annotation onto the clipboard.

Paste

Paste an annotation from the clipboard onto a selected page.

Clear

Clear a selected annotation.

Select All

Select all annotations onto a selected page.

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View Menu

Drag Mode

Changes from Drag Mode to Text Edit Mode.

Zoom In

Zooms in an image.

Zoom Out

Zooms out an image.

Fits to Page Width

Fits the display to the page width.

Fits to Page Height

Fits the display to the page height.

Full Page

Fits the display to the page full size.

Original Size

Returns the display to the original size.

25% - 200%

Shows the display at 25% - 200%.

Detailed Settings

Sets detailed settings such as thumbnail or page image setting.

Page Menu

Next

Display the next page.

Previous

Display the previous page.

Top

Display the top page.

Last

Display the last page.

Select

Display a specified page.

Auto Paging

Turns the pages automatically.

- Move Forward

Automatically step through pages forwards.

- Move Backward

Automatically step through pages backwards.

- Stop

Stop automatic page advance.

- Set up

Set automatic page advance.

Move page

Moves pages to the desired position.

- Next page

Move the current page to be posterior to the next page.

- Previous page

Move the current page to be anterior to the previous page.

- Top page

Move the current page to be the top page.

- Last page

Move the current page to be the last page.

- Select page

Move the current page to the page you specified.

Delete Page

Deletes the current page.

Copy Page

Copy the current page.

Add Page

Adds new pages to documents.

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Page Menu

Insert Page

Inserts a page at the current position.

Replace Page

Replace the current page with a new one.

Rotate Page

- Rotate Right

Rotate the page 90 degrees clockwise.

- Rotate 180 Degrees

Rotate the page 180 degrees

- Rotate Left

Rotate the page 90 degrees counterclockwise.

Adjust Page

- Correct Skew

Adjusting orientation.

- Eliminate Noise

Eliminate the noise.

- Enhance Edge

Enhances the edge.

- Brightness/Contrast

Adjusts brightness or contrast.

- Hue/Chroma

Adjusts hue or chroma.

- Reverse Gradation

Reverse Gradation.

- Monochrome

Convert to Monochrome.

- Grayscale

Converting to Grayscale.

- RGB

Converting to RGB full color.

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NOTE

1. Grayscale and color information of a grayscale or RGB color image is lost upon conversion into a monochrome image. The lost information is not restorable.

2. Color information of a RGB color image is lost upon conversion into a grayscale image. The lost information is not restorable.

Page Menu

Copy Page to Clipboard

Copy the entire page selected onto the clipboard.

Copy Select Area

Copy Select Area To Clipboard

Select All Pages

Select All Pages.

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Annotation Menu

Show Annotation

The check box on/off setting specifies whether to display an annotation in the page list thumbnail.

Set Annotation

Protect the annotation from re-editing.

Annotation Order

- Change Order To Top

- Change Order To Last

- Change Order To Previous

- Change Order To Next

Text

Creates a text annotation and paste it to a page.

Line

Creates a line annotation and paste it to a page.

Rectangle

Creates a rectangular annotation and paste it to a page.

Ellipse

Creates an ellipse annotation and paste it to a page.

White Block

Creates a white rectangular (solidly white-painted rectangle) annotation and paste it to a page.

Black Block

Creates a black rectangular (solidly black-painted rectangle) annotation and paste it to a page.

Marker

Create a marker annotation and paste it to a page.

Label

Creates a label annotation and paste it to a page.

Stamp

Creates a stamp annotation and paste it to a page.

Date

Creates a date annotation and paste it to a page.

Page No.

Creates a page number annotation and paste it to a page.

Annotation Menu

Header

Edits a header common to each page.

Footer

Edits a footer common to each page.

Edit Text

Sets a format of a text in a selected annotation.

Properties

Display Properties for annotation.

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NOTE

1. For specifying text font and colors, select the drawn text and select Properties in the

Annotation menu (See page 116). The Text Format Setup dialog box can be displayed also

by selecting Properties in the pop-up menu, that appears by right-clicking on a drawn text.

2. For specifying the thickness and color of a line, select a drawn line and then select Properties

in the Annotation menu (See page 116). Graphics Format Setup dialog box can be displayed

also by selecting Properties in the pop-up menu, that appears by right-clicking on a drawn line.

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Annotation Menu

Text

Creates a text annotation. Select text annotation in annotation menu (or tool button), and drag the mouse in the image window to specify the display position.

A dialog box for text setup will appear.

Enter the text to display, and then specify text color and font.

Line

Creates a line annotation.

Select line annotation in the annotation menu (or tool button), and drag the mouse in the image window to draw lines.

Rectangle

Creates a rectangle annotation.

Select rectangle annotation in the annotation menu (or tool button), and drag the mouse in the image window to draw a rectangle.

Annotation Menu

Ellipse

Creates an ellipse annotation.

Select the ellipse annotation in the annotation menu (or tool button), and drag the mouse in the image window to draw an ellipse.

Document Viewer

NOTE

1. For specifying the thickness and colors of the rectangle, select the drawn rectangle and select

Properties in the Annotation menu (See page 116). The Graphic Format Setup dialog box

can be displayed also by selecting Properties in the pop-up menu, that appears by rightclicking on a drawn figure.

2. For specifying the thickness and colors of the ellipse, select the drawn ellipse and select

Properties in the Annotation menu (See page 116). The Graphic Format Setup dialog box

can be displayed also by selecting Properties in the pop-up menu, that appears by rightclicking on a drawn figure.

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Annotation Menu

White Block

Creates a white rectangle (solidly white-painted rectangle) annotation.

Select the white annotation in the annotation menu (or tool button), and drag the mouse in the image window to draw a white rectangle.

Black Block

Creates a black rectangle (solidly black-painted rectangle) annotation.

Select the black annotation in the annotation menu (or tool button), and drag the mouse in the image window to draw a black rectangle.

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1. For specifying lines and colors of solid white, select the drawn solid white rectangle and select

Properties in the Annotation menu (See page 116). The Graphic Format Setup dialog box

can be displayed also by selecting Properties in the pop-up menu, that appears by rightclicking on a drawn figure.

2. For specifying lines and colors of solid black, select the drawn solid black rectangle and select

Properties in Annotation menu (See page 116). The Graphic Format Setup dialog box can

be displayed also by selecting Properties in the pop-up menu, that appears by right-clicking on a drawn figure.

Annotation Menu

Marker

Creates a marker annotation.

Select the marker annotation in the annotation menu (or tool button), and drag the mouse in the image window to draw a marker.

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Label

Creates a label annotation.

Select the label annotation in the annotation menu (or tool button), and drag the mouse in the image window to draw label displays Text Format Setup dialog box.

Enter texts to display and specify text color and font.

NOTE

1. For specifying the color of a marker, select the drawn marker and select Properties in the

Annotation menu (See page 116). The Graphic Format Setup dialog box can be displayed

also by selecting Properties in the pop-up menu, that appears by right-clicking

2. For specifying the color and font of a label, select the drawn label and select Properties in the

Annotation menu (See page 116). The Graphic Format Setup dialog box can be displayed

also by selecting Properties in the pop-up menu, that appears by right-clicking on a drawn label.

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Annotation Menu

Stamp

Creates a stamp annotation.

The stamp annotation pastes another image file like a stamp.

Select the stamp annotation in the annotation menu (or tool button) and click the

OK

button. Then drag the mouse in the image window to specify the area, displaying the stamp dialog box.

Click the

Browse

button to specify an image from a file.

Clicking the Add be used as a stamp.

button allows selecting image files to

Annotation Menu

Date

Creates a date annotation.

Select the date annotation in the annotation menu (or tool button), and drag the mouse in the image window to specify the area, displaying the Properties dialog box.

Specify the format, color, and font of the date to be displayed.

1. Font Name

Specify the font here.

2. Style

Specify the font style.

3. Size

Specify the font size.

4. Text Color

Select the text color here.

5. Date

Specify the date here. Selecting from the calendar or entering the date is selectable for data entry.

6. Format

Specify the display format here.

7. Text Align

Specify the text alignment.

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NOTE

1. For specifying the color or font of the date, select the drawn date and select Properties in the

Annotation menu (See page 116). The Text Format Setup dialog box can be displayed also

by selecting Properties in the pop-up menu, that appears by right-clicking on a drawn figure.

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Annotation Menu

Page No.

Creates a page number annotation.

Select the page number annotation in the annotation menu

(or tool button), and drag the mouse in the image window to specify the area. Double-click the Page No area to display the text the settings dialog box.

Specify format, color, and font of the page number to be displayed.

1. Font Name

Specify the font here.

2. Style

Specify the font style.

3. Size

Specify the font size.

4. Text Color

Select the text color here.

5. Text Align

Specify the text alignment.

Opens the Graphics Format Setup Dialog box.

Click on the drawn figure and select Properties to change the thickness and colors of the lines.

1. Line Width

Specify the thickness of the lines here.

2. Line Style

Specify the types of lines here

3. Line Color

Specify the color of the lines here.

4. Fill Color

Select the color for solid painting here.

Window Menu

Document Viewer

Main Tool Bar

Show/hide main toolbar.

Page Tool Bar

Show/hide page toolbar.

Annotation Tool Bar

Show/hide page adjustment toolbar.

Image Tool Bar

Show/hide page adjustment toolbar.

Status Bar

Show/hide statusbar.

Page List

Show/hide page list.

Ruler

Show/hide ruler.

Plugin

Show/hide plug-in.

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Status Monitor

Task Bar Display

The Status Monitor is a MFP utility that monitors and displays the current status of connected devices.

Upon activation of Windows, the icon of the status monitor appears on the System Tray.

Status Monitor

The Status Monitor indicates the device status by icon lamp color as listed below.

Lamp color Status

Blue Device is operational under standby, printing, copying status.

Yellow Device inspection is required under initialization, paper supply, open cover, paper jam, etc.

Red

Gray

Need for toner cartridge replacement, or device failure.

Device is in Engergy Saver (Sleep) Mode.

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NOTE

1. If the power of the device is not turned on or the parallel cable is not connected when starting

Windows, the error message shown above appears.

Verify the power source and parallel cable and then press the

Retry

2. Connecting the device to a network server disables the status monitor.

3. UF-890/990 is not available with this feature.

button.

Status Monitor

Task Bar Menu

Right-clicking on the status monitor in the System Tray displays the dropdown menu as shown below:

1. About

Displays the version information about the status monitor.

2. Open Status Monitor

Displays details about the current status of the device.

3. Pop up when error occurs

Selects whether or not a pop-up error message box appears when an error occurs on the connected device.

When selected, a check mark appears to the left of the item. To turn off the pop-up error message, select the item again and the check mark disappears.

< Example of a pop-up error message box >

4. Exit

Close the status monitor.

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Status Monitor

Display Status Details

Right-clicking the status monitor icon in the Task Bar and selecting Open Status Monitor in the dropdown menu displays a dialog box for the status monitor.

Status Tab

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1. Model

Displays the name and number of a connected device.

2. Device Status

Displays the current status of the device.

If two or more items have been detected, clicking / buttons allows viewing all items.

3. Control Panel Display

Displays information as appear on the panel of the device.

If two or more items have been detected, clicking / buttons allows viewing all items.

4. Details

Displays the current status of the device in details.

If two or more items have been detected, clicking / keys allows viewing all items.

5. Status

Displays the communication status between the status monitor and the device.

Display Status Details

Configuration Tab

Status Monitor

1. Model

Displays the name and number of a connected device.

2. Configuration

Display a list with the current device configuration (optional devices, etc.).

3. Status

Displays the communication status between the status monitor and the device.

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Status Monitor

Display Status Details

Paper Tab

The tab displays the type, size, and if there is any paper loaded in the paper tray. A comment by the user can be entered freely in the <Paper Type> field.

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1. Changing the types of loaded paper does not change the comment in <Paper Type> unless it is rewritten by a user.

Configuration Editor

Main Window

This utility allows you to edit the machine configuration through the Parallel Port connected between the PC and the device.

Startup Windows, and select Panasonic

Utilities

Panasonic Document Management System

MFP

Configuration Editor from the Programs in the Start menu to display the configuration editor dialog box.

Each setting category appears as a folder on the left frame and the setting item appears on the right frame.

If the device is turned "Off" or not connected, a dialog box appears as below. You may select.

Retry

After turned "On" the power or connected the device.

Work Off-Line

Edit the data from an existing file.

Exit

Exit the program.

When there is more than 1 supported model series installed, a "Browse for Folder" dialog box appears as below.

• Select the model series folder and click OK.

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Configuration Editor

Main Window

button

Retrieve the current settings of the selected folder from the device.

Write

button

Write's the settings in the folder to the device.

Open File

button

Opens the settings in the folder from a file.

Save File

button

Saves the settings in the folder to a file.

and buttons

Switch between pages if the settings have two or more pages.

Help

button

Displays the help screen.

About...

button

Displays version information.

Exit

button

Close the Configuration Edit utility. If the data has not been sent after being modified on the screen, a confirmation message for sending the data is displayed.

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NOTE

1. Only settings in the setting folder that are currently selected are applicable to retrieving/writing on the device, or retrieving/writing of a file.

2. Current settings of each folder are read from the device by double-clicking a folder in the left of the dialog box.

3. The setting menu's are different depending on the machine to be used with this MFP utility.

4. UF-890/990 is not available with this feature.

Configuration Editor

User Parameters Folder

Specify the originating party name and telephone number, etc. to be registered on the device for fax communications.

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Configuration Editor

Fax Parameters Folder

Display or change the Fax Parameter Settings.

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1. The contents of the Fax Parameter differs depending on the model.

General Functions Folder

Display or change the General Functions.

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Configuration Editor

Copier Setting Folder

Display or change the Copier Settings.

Journal Folder

Display the Fax communication journal.

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Configuration Editor

Phonebook Setting Shortcut Activation Folder

When the Phonebook Folder is selected the Phone Book Editor utility will be started.

Phonebook Editor

Features

This function allows registering, deleting, and modifying fax phone numbers in the main unit from a connected PC.

Registering, deleting, modifying fax numbers can be operated on the control panel of the machine.

The operation described on the left is controllable on a connected

PC.

Features provided by the Phonebook Editor function are as follows:

Retrieve/Write

Open/Save File

Insert/Delete Entry

Retrieve fax numbers in main unit to the PC, or send fax numbers from the PC to the main unit.

Open or save fax numbers stored the PC.

Insert or delete lines in the fax number list.

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If the device is turned "Off" or not connected, a dialog box appears as below. You may select.

Retry

After turned "On" the power or connected the device.

Work Off-Line

Edit the data from an existing file.

Exit

Exit the program.

When there is more than 1 supported model series installed, a "Browse for Folder" dialog box appears as below.

• Select the model series folder and click OK.

NOTE

1. UF-890/990 is not available with this feature.

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Activation Procedure

Take the following steps to activate the phonebook editor software.

1

Click Start at the bottom left of the PC screen.

Start

5

6

7

2

3

4

Select Programs.

Select Panasonic.

Select Panasonic Document Management

System.

Select MFP Utilities.

Select Phone Book Editor.

Phone Book Editor splash screen appears and the

Phone Book Editor program is activated.

Main Window (For DP-2500/3000)

The screen shown below appears on the PC:

Phonebook Editor

No.

1

Indication

Station Name

2

Key Name

3

Telephone No.

4

About

5

Retrieve

Write

6

Open File

7

Save File

8

Insert Entry

9

Delete Entry

10

Help

11

Exit

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Description

Station name (Up to 200 stations with 15 characters each)

Key name (Up to 10 characters)

Telephone number (Up to 36 digits)

Version information of software

Retrieve phonebook information from the connected Page device.

Send phonebook information to main unit

Read phonebook information in PC

File Save phonebook information onto PC

Insert a blank entry in the phonebook list

Delete an entry in the phonebook list

Display help screen

• When an explanation about the operation is needed.

Close the phonebook editor software

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Phonebook Editor

Main Window (For DP-1810F/2000)

The screen shown below appears on the PC:

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No.

1

Indication Description

Abbr. Dialing No. Tab Contains the abbreviated dialing number entries

2

One-Touch Tab Contains the One-Touch Key entries

About Version information of software

3

4

ABBR. NO.

Abbreviated Dialing Number

5

Telephone No.

Telephone number (Up to 36 digits)

Station Name Station name (Up to 15 characters)

6

Retrieve Retrieve phonebook information from the connected Page device.

7

Write Send phonebook information to main unit

8

Open File Read phonebook information in PC

9

Save File File Save phonebook information onto PC

10

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Main Window (For DP-1810F/2000)

No.

Indication

Insert Entry

11

Delete Entry

12

Help

13

Exit

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Description

Insert a blank entry in the phonebook list

Delete an entry in the phonebook list

Display an on-line help screen

Close the phonebook editor software

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Phonebook Editor

Main Window (For DP-135FP/150FP/150FX)

The screen shown below appears on the PC:

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6

7

14

8

15

9 10 11

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12

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No.

Indication

Directory Tab

1

2

Group Tab

About

3

4

Station Name

Telephone No.

5

6

Retrieve

Write

7

8

Open File

Save File

9

Insert Entry

10

Delete Entry

11

Help

12

Exit

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Description

Contains the individual dialing station entries (Up to 100 stations)

Contains the group dialing station entries (Up to 10 groups)

Version information of software

Station name (Up to 15 characters)

Telephone number (Up to 36 digits)

Retrieve directory dialing information from the connected device.

Send directory dialing information to main unit

Read directory dialing information in PC

Save directory dialing information onto PC

Insert a line in the directory dialing list

Delete a line in the directory dialing list

Display an on-line help screen

Close the Phone Book Editor program

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Main Window (For DP-135FP/150FP/150FX)

No.

Indication

Group Name

14

Numbers

15

Telephone No.

16

Description

Group Name (Up to 15 characters)

Number of telephone number stored in the group (Up to 10 numbers)

Telephone number (Up to 36 digits)

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Phonebook Editor

Retrieve/Write

1

This function retrieves the fax numbers in the connected device by PC and writes fax numbers from the PC to main unit.

Click Retrieve.

Retrieve

Click the

Yes

button.

A list of fax numbers in the machine is displayed.

Modify and add destination names and dial numbers on this screen.

Click Write after the editing is completed.

Write

5

Retrieve/Write

Phonebook Editor

Click the

Yes

button.

The phonebook information is written to the connected device.

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3

4

Phonebook Editor

Open/Save File

1

This function opens the phonebook file stored in the PC, edits the file and then saves the file in the PC again.

Click Open File

Open File

Click the

Yes

button.

The File Open dialog box appears

1. Select a file from the list.

2. Click the

Open

button.

The phonebook information stored in the PC is displayed.

Modify and add destination names and dial numbers on this screen.

6

7

5

Open/Save File

Phonebook Editor

Click Save File after the editing is completed.

Save File

Click the

Yes

button.

The phonebook information is saved in the

PC.

For Save File:

1. Select an existing file from the list or enter a new file name.

2. Click the

Save

button.

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Insert Entry

1

This function adds lines in the list when editing the phonebook.

The steps for inserting lines is as follows:

Ex: Insert a line between the 2 nd

and 3rd lines.

Click the portion indicated as

1

.

2

2

Click Insert Entry.

3

A line is inserted as shown on the left.

Double-click on the line for data entry.

Delete Entry

1

The steps for deleting lines is as follows:

2

Phonebook Editor

Ex: Delete the 3 rd line.

Click the portion indicated as

1

.

Click Delete Entry.

The screen shown on the left appears.

The line is deleted as shown on the left.

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Panafax Desktop

General Description

Panafax Desktop is a PC Faxing application specifically designed to compliment the Panasonic line of multifunction products.

Document created on the PC can be easily faxed to a remote location directly without having to print a hard copy first and then put through the fax machine to send. This improves the copy quality received at the remote location and saving the cost and time of printing the hard copy locally before faxing it.

Note: Panafax Desktop is compatible with DP-1810F only. For other models mentioned in this manual, use a Class 2 compatible PC Fax application (i.e. WinFax PRO 10.0, etc.).

Sending Document

Sending a Document via Windows Application

You can send a fax directly from any Windows Application by simply printing to the Panafax Desktop

Driver.

1

For example, compose a document from your word processor application. When you are finished and ready to fax it to a remote location, simply follow the procedures below.

From the current Application select Print from the File menu.

2

The Print dialog box appears.

Select Panafax Desktop Driver from the

Printer Name menu.

Click on the

OK

button to convert the document into a Fax image.

3

Sending Document

Panafax Desktop

The Panafax Desktop window appears with the Fax image attached.

To preview the Fax image, click on the

Preview button on the tool bar at the left of the window.

Click on the

Close

button to return to the Panafax Desktop window.

4

From the Panafax Desktop window, enter the recipient's Fax No. , Name and Company or select from your Personal Address Book.

Click the button to register the recipient to the recipient list.

Enter/select another recipient if desire.

Type a subject in the Subject field and a brief message to be included in the Cover Page.

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Panafax Desktop

Sending Document

5

Click on the ready to send the fax.

(Send) button when

6

Click on the transmission.

OK

button to start the

Panafax Desktop

Sending Document

Sending a Document to a recipient in the Personal Address Book

The frequently used fax numbers can be registered tn the Panafax Desktop Personal Address Book.

1

To register a recipient to the Personal Address Book, see page 157.

From the Panafax Desktop main window.

Click on the (Open File) button to select a file for the transmission.

Note:

You may also attach the file by printing to the Panafax Desktop Driver from any

Windows application as described on

page 152.

2

Select the file and click the button.

Open

3

The Panafax Desktop window appears with the Fax image attached.

To preview the Fax image, click on the

Preview button on the tool bar at the left of the window.

Click on the

Close

button to return to the Panafax Desktop window.

Continued on the next page...

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Panafax Desktop

Sending Document

4

5

Click on the Personal Address Book tab and select the recipient(s) from the list.

Clock on the button to register the recipient(s) to the recipient list.

Then, click the (Send) button.

Click on the transmission.

OK

button to start the

3

4

Managing the Personal Address Book

Panafax Desktop

1

To register a recipient to the Personal Address Book, follow the steps below:

Click on the (Personal Address Book) button to open the Phone Book dialog box.

2

Click on the button.

<Contact Tab>

Name

Enter the recipient's name.

Fax No.:

Enter the fax number.

Call Type:

Select how the call should be dialed.

<Data Fields Tab>

Enter the Company Name, Department,

Job Title, Address, Direct Phone No. and the Extension Phone No. of the recipient to be used on the Cover Sheet.

Continued on the next page...

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Panafax Desktop

Managing the Personal Address Book

5

Click on the entry.

OK

button to save the

To add another entry, repeat from step 2.

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NOTE

1. The One-Touch/Abbreviated Dialing Numbers registered in the your machine are automatically uploaded in the Personal Address Book when activating the Panafax Desktop if the machine is corrected to your PC.

Managing the Personal Address Book

1

To register a group of recipients, follow the steps below:

Click on the

Panafax Desktop

(Personal Address Book) button to open the Phone Book dialog box.

2

Click on the button.

3

The Group Registration dialog box appears.

Click on the button.

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160

5

6

Panafax Desktop

4

Managing the Personal Address Book

The Add New Group Name dialog appears.

Enter the group name and click button.

OK

Select the desired recipients.

Click the button to add the recipient(s) to the Member list.

To add another group, repeat from step 3.

If finished, click the

Group Registration.

OK

button to exit

Panafax Desktop

Receiving Document

1

If you have set the Fax Parameter No. 63 (PC-FAX RCV Mode) on your machine to “Upload & Print” or

”Upload”, the received faxes is automatically uploaded to the Panafax Desktop.

When a fax is receive on the machine, it will proceed as follow:

A receiving notice appears on the connected PC.

Click the

Receiving LOG

button.

2

The Receive Log appears.

Select a transaction from the log then click the

(View Faxes) button to view the received fax.

3

The received fax is shown on the PC.

NOTE

1. Make sure that the Port Controller is activated when receving a fax. Otherwise, the received fax cannot be uploaded to your PC even if the Fax Parameter No. 63 is set to "Upload & Print" or "Upload".

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Panafax Desktop

Cover Sheet

The Cover Sheet is attached to the first page of every sending fax and contains information such as the recipient's name, sender's name, date, title, etc.

Creating a Cover Sheet

1

Click on the (Cover Sheet Editor) button.

2

The Cover Sheet Editor window appears.

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[Edit] menu

Page Size

Date Frame

Text Frame

Line/Box

Image Frame

Recipient Details

Sender Details

Comment

Subject

Sets the size of the cover sheet.

Inserts a date field.

Inserts a text box.

Inserts a line or box.

Inserts an existing image file (bmp file).

Inserts the information set in the

Address Book.

Data Fields

and

Personal

tabs on the Personal

Inserts the information set in the

Sender Details

tab on the Setup menu.

Inserts a comment field for typing a brief message when sending a fax.

Inserts a subject field when sending a fax.

Cover Sheet

[View] menu

Show Grid

Preview

Show Status Bar

Zoom

Scale unit

Display the grid.

Display the preview of the cover sheet.

Display the status bar.

Sets the ratio for the cover sheet editing screen.

Sets the scale unit of measure (cm/inch).

[Options] menu

Font

Line Style

Text Alignment

Date Format

Specifies the character font.

Specifies the line style.

Adjusts the text position.

Sets the date format.

Panafax Desktop

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Panafax Desktop

Cover Sheet

Setting the Usage of the Cover Sheet

1

Click on the (Configuration) button.

2

The Options dialog box appears.

Show the

Cover Sheet

tab.

3

Select the Cover Sheet then set the usage.

Click on the

Apply

button.

Tool Bar

Panafax Desktop main dialog box.

Panafax Desktop

[Send]

[Preview]

[Configuration]

[Open]

[Personal Address Book]

Used to start the transmission.

Used to view the cover sheet or transmission file.

Used to specify the resolution and paper size for the transmission. Also, used to set the Cover sheet usage.

Used to select the file to be send.

Used to open your personal address book.

Used to specify the Send Settings, Sender Details and Connection Settings.

[Setup]

[Cover Sheet Editor]

Used to create or edit a Cover Sheet.

Used to show the Send/Receive Log Manager.

[Send/Receive Log]

[Help]

Used to show the On-line help.

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Panafax Desktop

Setup Menu

Dialing Settings Tab

Specify the local and long distance call access number and whether or not to apply it when dialing.

Sender Details Tab

Used to identify yourself with various information on the Cover Sheet when sending a fax.

Panafax Desktop

Setup Menu

Connection Tab

Specifies the connection type and directory/folder path of the following components.

• Scheduler

• Send Log

• Receive Log

For details on setting up Client and Server connection, please refer to the section of Client and Server

Setting on page 170.

PIN Code Tab

Specify the PIN Code settings when required by your telephone system.

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Panafax Desktop

Configuration Menu

Page Size Tab

Set the page size to be used for the transmission. The selectable page sizes are depending on the capability of the machine connected to your PC.

Quality Tab

Set the quality to be used for the transmission.

Configuration Menu

Others Tab

Set the other preferences.

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Panafax Desktop

Client and Server Setting

The Panafax Desktop module can be setup on any Windows computer on a network to serve as a Fax

Server with a compatible Panasonic MFP Fax/Copier connected. Other computer on the network with the

Panafax Desktop module installed and setup as Client can then send and receive faxes through the

Panafax Desktop Server PC. All received faxes are stored on the Panafax Desktop Server PC, and retrieved on the Client PC by accessing and viewing the shared Receive Log.

Setting the Panafax Desktop as a Server

1

Install the Panafax Desktop module of the Panasonic-DMS on a networked computer to be designated as the Fax Server.

2

Double-click the Panafax Desktop shortcut icon on the Windows Desktop.

3

The Panafax Desktop window appears.

4

From the Menu bar, select Tools then Setup...

5

The Setup dialog box appears.

6

Select the Connection tab.

7

Change the Connection setting to Server and click

Update

.

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8

Start the Windows Explorer, locate the following folders and set them as a shared folder.

• C:\Program Files\Panasonic\Panasonic-DMS\Port Controller (Set the Share Name as SCHEDULER)

• C:\Program Files\Panasonic\Panasonic-DMS\Panafax Desktop\Send (Set the Share

Name as SEND_FOLDER)

• C:\Program Files\Panasonic\Panasonic-DMS\Panafax Desktop\Receive (Set the

Share Name as RCV_FOLDER)

1. UF-490 for North America supports standalone connection only.

NOTE

Panafax Desktop

Client and Server Setting

Setting the Panafax Desktop as a Client

1

Install the Panasonic-DMS on a networked computer and select Client install on the

Select Setup Type dialog box during the installation.

2

Click

Next

to copy all the necessary files.

3

Click

Finish

and restart the computer.

4

After the computer has restarted, double-click the Panafax Desktop shortcut icon on the Windows Desktop.

5

The Panafax Desktop window appears.

6

From the Menu bar, select Tools then Setup...

7

The Setup dialog box appears.

8

Select the Connection tab.

9

Verify the Connection setting is set to Client.

10

Set the Directory/Folder Path to the Panafax Desktop Server of the following components

• Scheduler (Mfpscdl.exe)

• Send Log (SndLogList.mdb)

• Receive Log (RcvLogList.mdb)

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Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting

Printing operation fails

If the printing operation fails, check the following points first:

• The connection cable (Parallel Printer Cable or Ethernet LAN Cable) is properly connected.

• The length of the parallel printer cable is not longer than 20 ft. (6 m).

• Power of the device is turned ON.

• Paper is loaded properly on the device.

• Error message is not displayed on the device.

The above points can be verified by printing a test page. Refer to the following for procedures for test page printing:

Windows 98/Me

Windows NT 4.0

[General Tab]

[General Tab]

(See page 31)

(See page 41)

Windows 2000/XP [General Tab]

(See page 55)

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NOTE

1. The status of the devices can be verified by the status monitor (See page 126).

Troubleshooting

Document is not printed correctly

Problem Action

Printing position is wrong or print is misses on the edge.

Paper size or printing orientation is different between the application settings and the printer driver settings. Specify the settings again.

The specified paper has not been loaded on the device.

Specify the settings again or load the appropriate paper.

The document margin is not sufficient. On the machine, a margin of approx. 5 mm or more is required at the sheet edge.

(Recommended printing margin) Adjust the margin correctly.

Verify that your machine has been selected as the printer driver.

Characters and symbols not used in documents are printed.

Printing operation takes excessive time.

The wait time for printing operations depends on the spool settings.

Select Spool print jobs so program finishes printing faster in spool settings.

• Reference :

Windows 98/Me

Windows NT 4.0

Windows 2000/XP

[Details Tab]

(See page 32)

[Scheduling Tab]

(See page 43)

[Advanced Tab]

(See page 58)

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174

Troubleshooting

Error messages displayed on the computer

Problem Action

Error in writing to LPT1.

Unable to write to the Specified device.

Verify that the device is connected to the computer correctly.

Verify that the power of the device is turned on.

Verify that the paper is properly loaded.

Error in writing to LPT1.

Printer timeout error occurred.

Verify that the power of the device is turned on.

Excessive data volume or number of pages may overflow the device's memory, disabling data reception.

Increase the timeout setting value in properties (for transmission retry).

• Reference :

Windows 98/Me

Windows NT 4.0

Windows 2000/XP

[Details Tab]

[Ports Tab]

[Ports Tab]

(See page 32)

(See page 42)

(See page 57)

Printing is disabled due to an error in the current printer settings.

Differences in settings such as paper size or printing orientation exists between the application and the printer driver.

Specify the correct settings.

Appendix

Printing/Scanning Area

Top

0.1/2.5

0.1/2.5

0.1/2.5

Bottom

(Unit: inches/mm)

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Appendix

Parallel Interface Connector

The printer has a parallel interface for connecting to the PC.

Shape of Connector

18 1

36 19

Signal lines and pin assignment

176

13

14

15

10

11

12

16

17

18

7

8

9

4

5

6

No.

I/O

1

2

3

I

I/O

I/O

I

O

-

O

O

O

-

-

O

I/O

I/O

I/O

I/O

I/O

I/O

*Signal used for bidirectional communication

Signal name

STB

DATA0

DATA1

DATA2

DATA3

DATA4

DATA5

DATA6

DATA7 nACK

BUSY

PE

SELECT nAUTOFD*

Not Used

GND

GND

PLH

Signal functions

STB

Signal name

DATA0 to DATA7 nACK

31

32

33

28

29

30

34

35

36

25

26

27

22

23

24

No.

I/O

19

20

21

-

-

-

I

O

-

-

-

-

-

-

I

-

-

-

-

-

-

Function

Signal for sending data to printer.

Steady-state value is High.

Printer reads data until this signal becomes from Low to High.

Input signal for receiving 8-bit data.

Logic 1 is High.

DATA0 is LSB and DATA7 is MSB.

Signal indicating that printer has read data into device completely.

This signal is output in response to /STB.

Signal name

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND nNIT nFAULT

Not Used

Not Used

Not Used nSELIN*

Appendix

Parallel Interface Connector

BUSY

Signal name

PE

SELECT nAUTFD

GND

VCC nINT nFAULT nSELIN

Function

Signal indicating that printer is unable to receive data.

Printer is able to receive data when this signal is Low.

Signal indicating Paper Out of printer.

This signal is Low when paper is loaded and is High when paper is out.

Signal indicating that printer is under online status.

Printer is capable ofreceiving data when this signal is High.

Signal used for bi-directional communication.

Ground

Signal indicating that the power of printer is on.

This signal allows verifying ON/OFF status of power of printer and connection status of printer cable.

Signal for initializing printer.

Steady-state value is High.

Printer is initialized by Low.

Signal indicating that printer is faulty.

Signal used for bi-directional communication.

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Class 2 Fax Modem Section

Installing the Panasonic Class 2 Fax Modem

Installation (Windows 98/Me)

The installation is required for transmitting/receiving of Faxes with a PC using general-purpose PC fax function software (recommended: WinFax PRO 10.0).

Class 2 Fax Modem

1

Install the Com Port Redirector component from the Panasonic-DMS installation using the

Custom install if you haven't installed the PDMS software.

2

Select Settings from the Start menu and open the

Control Panel.

Double-click the Add New Hardware icon.

3

Click on the

Next

button.

Installing the Panasonic Class 2 Fax Modem

Installation (Windows 98/Me)

4

Click on the

Next

button.

5

(Windows 98/Me only)

6

(Windows 98/Me only)

1. Select No, the device isn't in the list.

2. Click on the

Next

button.

(This screen will only appear if a new device is found.)

3. Select No, I want to select the hardware from

a list.

4. Click on the

Next

button.

1. Select Ports (COM&LPT).

2. Click on the

Next

button.

Continued on the next page...

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180

8

9

Installing the Panasonic Class 2 Fax Modem

Installation (Windows 98/Me)

7

1. Select Communications Port.

2. Click on the

Have Disk...

button.

1. Enter D:\English\PanaDMS\Setup.

(Where "D" is your CD-ROM drive.)

2. Click on the

OK

button.

Click on the

Next

button.

10

Click on the

Next

button.

12

13

14

Installing the Panasonic Class 2 Fax Modem

Installation (Windows 98/Me)

11

Click on the

Finish

button.

Click on the

Yes

button and restart the PC.

Repeat steps from "1" to "3."

1. Select No, the device isn't in the list.

2. Click on the

Next

button.

(This screen will only appear if a new device is found.)

3. Select No, I want to select the hardware from

a list.

4. Click on the

Next

button.

(Windows 98/Me only)

Continued on the next page...

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182

Installing the Panasonic Class 2 Fax Modem

Installation (Windows 98/Me)

15

1. Select Modem.

2. Click on the

Next

button.

16

1. Select Don't detect my modem; I will select it

from a list.

2. Click on the

Next

button.

1. Click on the

Have Disk...

button.

17

1. Enter D:\English\Pdms\Setup.

(Where "D" is your CD-ROM drive.)

2. Click on the

OK

button.

Installing the Panasonic Class 2 Fax Modem

Installation (Windows 98/Me)

18

1. Select the Class 2 Fax Modem of your machine.

2. Click on the

Next

button.

19

20

1. Select Panasonic MFP Redirected Com Port

(COM3*).

* COM number depends on the PC.

2. Click on the

Next

button.

Click on the

Finish

button.

• Installation of the modem is completed.

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Installing the Panasonic Class 2 Fax Modem

Installation (Windows NT 4.0)

Installing the Panasonic Class 2 Fax Modem. The installation is required for transmitting/receiving Faxes with a PC, using general-purpose PC fax function software (recommended: WinFax PRO 10.0).

Class 2 Fax Modem

1

Install the Com Port Redirector component from the Panasonic-DMS installation using the Custom install if you haven't installed the PDMS software.

2

Select Settings from the Start menu and open the

Control Panel.

3

Double-click Modems icon.

4

1. Select Don't detect my modem; I will select

it from a list.

2. Click on the

Next

button.

6

7

5

Installing the Panasonic Class 2 Fax Modem

Installation (Windows NT 4.0)

Click on the

Have Disk...

button.

8

1. Enter D:\English\PanaDMS\Setup.

(Where "D" is your CD-ROM drive.)

2. Click on the

OK

button.

1. Select the Class 2 Fax Modem of your machine.

2. Click on the

Next

button.

1. Select the COM port shown at the bottom of the COM ports list.

2. Click on the

Next

button.

Continued on the next page...

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Installing the Panasonic Class 2 Fax Modem

Installation (Windows NT 4.0)

9

Click on the

Finish

button.

• Installation of the modem is completed.

10

Close the Modems Properties screen.

Installing the Panasonic Class 2 Fax Modem

Installation (Windows 2000/XP)

Installing the Panasonic Class 2 Fax Modem. The installation is required for transmitting/receiving FAX's with a PC, using a general-purpose PC fax function software (recommended: WinFax PRO 10.0).

Class 2 Fax Modem

1

Install the Com Port Redirector component from the Panasonic-DMS installation using the

Custom install if you haven't installed the PDMS software.

2

Select Settings from the Start menu and open the Control Panel.

3

Double-click the Add/Remove Hardware icon.

4

Click on the

Next

button.

Continued on the next page...

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188

Installing the Panasonic Class 2 Fax Modem

Installation (Windows 2000/XP)

5

1. Select Add/Troubleshoot a device.

2. Click on the

Next

button.

6

1. Select Add a new device.

2. Click on the

Next

button.

7

1. Select No, I want to select the hardware from

a list.

2. Click on the

Next

button.

8

Installing the Panasonic Class 2 Fax Modem

Installation (Windows 2000/XP)

1. Select Modems.

2. Click on the

Next

button.

9

10

1. Select Don't detect my modem; I will select it

from a list.

2. Click on the

Next

button.

Click on the

Have Disk...

button.

11

Continued on the next page...

1. Enter D:\English\PanaDMS\Setup.

(Where "D" is your CD-ROM drive.)

2. Click on the

OK

button.

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Installing the Panasonic Class 2 Fax Modem

Installation (Windows 2000/XP)

12

1. Select the Class 2 Fax Modem of your machine.

2. Click on the

Next

button.

13

1. Select the COM port shown at the bottom of the

COM ports list.

2. Click on the

Next

button.

14

1. If a warning message for logo certification appears, click on the continue installation.

Yes

button and

2. Click on the

Finish

button.

• Installation of the modem is completed.

memo

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U.S.A. Only

WARRANTY

PANASONIC DOCUMENT IMAGING COMPANY MAKES NO WARRANTIES, GUARANTEES OR

REPRESENTATIONS, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, TO THE CUSTOMER WITH RESPECT TO THIS

PANASONIC MACHINE, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF

MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

PANASONIC DOCUMENT IMAGING COMPANY ASSUMES NO RISK AND SHALL NOT BE SUBJECT

TO LIABILITY FOR ANY DAMAGE, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO DIRECT, INDIRECT,

SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR LOSS OF PROFITS SUSTAINED BY

THE CUSTOMER IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR APPLICATION OF THIS PANASONIC

MACHINE. SEE YOUR DEALER FOR DETAILS OF DEALER’S WARRANTY.

For Service, Call:

Panasonic Document Imaging Company

A Business Unit of Matsushita Electric Corporation of America

Two Panasonic Way

Secaucus, New Jersey 07094

Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.

Website : http://www.panasonic.co.jp/global/

Panasonic Canada Inc.

5770 Ambler Drive

Mississauga, Ontario L4W 2T3

T1201-2042

DZSD001591-2

April 2002

Published in Japan

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