Advanced Manual
C542/ ES5442
Advanced Manual
About This Manual
About Descriptions
This section describes the marks, symbols, abbreviations and illustrations used
in this manual.
This manual describes how to print from mobile terminals and how to use the
OKI color printer in various ways.
About Marks
It also describes advanced features such as security settings and color adjustment.
This manual uses the following marks.
Please read this manual carefully to achieve the maximum performance of the
Mark
product in various conditions.
Meaning
Indicates cautions and restrictions for the correct operation of the
device. Be sure to read them to avoid misoperation.
This manual uses as an example Windows 7 for Windows, Mac OS X 10.9 for Mac
Indicates useful tips and references on how to use the device. We
recommend you read them.
OS X and C542 for the device.
This manual uses C542 as an example to illustrate buttons and icons on the
Indicates reference items. Please read them to learn the detailed
information.
operator panel, driver screens, and the method of inputting characters and
operating the device.
Indicates related items. Please read them to learn the relevant
information.
Depending on your OS, the actual display of the product may differ from the
descriptions in this manual. In addition, depending on the model you are using,
About Symbols
some functions described in this manual may not be available.
This section describes the symbols used in this manual and their meanings.
Depending on the device you are using, buttons or the like on the operator panel
Symbol
Illustration (button
name)
and the actual operations may differ from the descriptions in this manual. Please
read the user’s manual for the specific model that comes with your device.
[]
Meaning
Indicates button shapes (button names) on the
operator panel of the device.
Indicates menu names, item names, options, etc.
displayed on the screen of the operator panel.
Indicates menus, windows and dialog box names
displayed on the computer screen.
They can be clearly distinguished in the description
and procedure illustration.
""
Indicates messages and input texts on the displayed screen.
Indicates file names on the computer.
Indicates item titles of link destinations.
<>
Indicates keys on the computer keyboard.
>
Indicates the transition of device or computer menus.
About Illustrations
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The illustrations used in this manual are based on C542.
The displayed screens on the operator panel used in this manual are based on
the default settings.
Table of contents
Printing E-mail Attachment Files ................................................................................................................ 44
Saving Paper, Saving Toner ....................................................................................................... 45
Printing on Both Sides of Paper (Duplex Printing) ..................................................................................... 45
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Basic Operations ......................................................................................... 7
Saving Toner .............................................................................................................................................. 46
How to Customize the Touch Panel ...............................................................................................8
Combining Multiple Pages onto One Sheet of Paper ................................................................................ 47
Setting a Home Icon on the Home Screen ...................................................................................................8
Adjusting Color on the Computer ................................................................................................ 49
Functions That Can be Set to a Home Icon on the Home Screen ...............................................................9
Printing Color Data in Grayscale ............................................................................................................... 49
Setting a Shortcut Button of Each Function ................................................................................................10
Using Color Matching on Printer Driver ..................................................................................................... 50
Adjusting Brightness of the Touch Panel .....................................................................................11
Simulating Printing Results for Ink ............................................................................................................. 51
Adjusting the Touch Position of the Touch Panel .........................................................................12
Color Separation ........................................................................................................................................ 52
Correcting Color Registration Error Manually ............................................................................................ 53
Setting Output Destination ...........................................................................................................13
Correcting Density Manually ...................................................................................................................... 55
Output Tray .................................................................................................................................................13
Adjusting Color Balance (Density) ............................................................................................................. 56
Rear Output Tray ........................................................................................................................................14
Adjusting Color with Software .................................................................................................................... 57
Adjusting Volume .........................................................................................................................15
For a Better Finish ...................................................................................................................... 58
Checking the Information of the Machine ....................................................................................16
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Enhancing Photos ...................................................................................................................................... 58
Printing a Report to Check .........................................................................................................................16
Printing with a Specified Resolution ........................................................................................................... 59
Checking the Status on the Operator Panel ...............................................................................................17
Emphasizing Fine Lines ............................................................................................................................. 60
Easy Setup ..................................................................................................................................18
Specifying the Font to Use ......................................................................................................................... 61
JOB MACRO ...............................................................................................................................20
Changing Black Finish ............................................................................................................................... 62
Registering a Frequently-used Setting as a Macro ....................................................................................20
Eliminating White Gap Between Text and Background (Overprinting Black) ............................................. 63
Using a Registered Macro ..........................................................................................................................22
Useful Functions ......................................................................................................................... 65
Editing a Macro Title ...................................................................................................................................23
Collating a Multiple Page Document in Units of Copies ............................................................................. 65
Checking the Macro Content ......................................................................................................................23
Printing from the Last Page of a Document ............................................................................................... 66
Deleting a Registered Macro ......................................................................................................................24
Selecting a Tray Automatically for the Specified Paper ............................................................................. 67
Switching to Another Paper Feed Tray Automatically When a Tray Runs Out Of Paper ........................... 68
Print ............................................................................................................. 25
Changing the Default Settings with a Printer Driver ................................................................................... 70
Printing on Various Types of Paper .............................................................................................26
Saving Frequently-Used Settings in the Printer Driver to Use ................................................................... 70
Printing on Envelopes .................................................................................................................................26
Storing Print Data in This Machine before Printing .................................................................................... 71
Printing on Labels .......................................................................................................................................29
Printing without Opening a PDF File (PDF Print Direct) ............................................................................ 72
Printing on Long Paper ...............................................................................................................................30
Printing Data in USB Memory .................................................................................................................... 73
Printing on Custom Size Paper ..................................................................................................................32
Printing Confidential Document .................................................................................................. 75
Printing with Various Settings from a Computer ..........................................................................34
Encrypting the Print Data and Setting a Password Before Printing (Private Print) .................................... 75
Printing Manually One by One ...................................................................................................................34
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Enlarging or Reducing to Fit the Specified Paper Size ...............................................................................36
Maintenance ................................................................................................77
Printing Only the Cover from a Different Tray .............................................................................................37
Replacing Maintenance Parts ..................................................................................................... 78
Making a Booklet ........................................................................................................................................38
Replacing the Belt Unit .............................................................................................................................. 78
Dividing a Document to Print on Some Sheets for Making a Poster ..........................................................39
Replacing the Fuser Unit ........................................................................................................................... 81
Adding Semi-transparent Text (Watermarks) ..............................................................................................39
Cleaning Each Part of the Machine ............................................................................................ 84
Overlaying Forms or Logos (Overlay) ........................................................................................................40
Cleaning the Surface of the Machine ......................................................................................................... 84
Outputting a Document to a File Instead of Printing on Paper ...................................................................42
Cleaning the Paper Feed Rollers (Tray 1/Tray 2/Tray 3) ........................................................................... 85
Storing Frequently-printed Documents in the Printer ..................................................................................42
Cleaning the Paper Feed Rollers (MP Tray) .............................................................................................. 86
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Updating Installed Drivers ............................................................................................................89
Problems on a Web Browser ................................................................................................................... 114
Updating the Printer Driver (Windows) .......................................................................................................89
Printer Problems on a Windows PC ......................................................................................................... 114
Updating the Printer Driver (Mac OS X) .....................................................................................................90
Problems on the Machine or Paper ...........................................................................................115
Removing Installed Driver ............................................................................................................91
Problems on the Machine ........................................................................................................................ 115
Removing the Printer Driver (Windows) .....................................................................................................91
Problems on Document and Paper .......................................................................................................... 118
Removing the Printer Driver (Mac OS X) ...................................................................................................92
If a Power Failure Occurs ........................................................................................................................ 119
Before Relinquishing Your Device ............................................................................................................ 120
Updating Firmware ......................................................................................................................93
AirPrint Problems ...................................................................................................................... 121
Initializing Memory and Settings ..................................................................................................94
Google Cloud Print Problems ................................................................................................... 122
Initializing Flash Memory ............................................................................................................................94
Initializing the Settings of the Device ..........................................................................................................95
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Operating Management/ Specifications .................................................124
Troubleshooting ......................................................................................... 96
Administrator Setup .................................................................................................................. 125
If the STATUS Button on the Operator Panel Lights Up or Flashes ............................................97
Changing Admin Setup ............................................................................................................................ 125
Print Problems .............................................................................................................................98
Print From USB Memory Setup ............................................................................................................... 126
Print Setup ............................................................................................................................................... 126
Network Connection Problems ...................................................................................................................98
Network Menu .......................................................................................................................................... 131
Wireless LAN Connection Problems ..........................................................................................................99
Configure Home Screen .......................................................................................................................... 134
USB Connection Problems .......................................................................................................................100
Manage Unit ............................................................................................................................................. 135
About Problems with Printing Results ........................................................................................101
User Install ............................................................................................................................................... 137
Table of Problems with Printing Results ...................................................................................................101
Management Software .............................................................................................................. 138
Vertical White Lines Appear .....................................................................................................................103
Printed Images are Fading Vertically ........................................................................................................103
User Authentication (Access Control) ....................................................................................... 139
Printed Images are Light ..........................................................................................................................104
Preparation (For Administrator) ................................................................................................................ 140
White Spots and Lines Appear .................................................................................................................104
Log in to This Machine ............................................................................................................................. 146
Dew Condensation Appears on Printed Paper .........................................................................................105
Printing from a Computer ......................................................................................................................... 147
Vertical Lines Appear ................................................................................................................................105
Registering IC Card Information .............................................................................................................. 150
Horizontal Lines and Spots Appear Periodically .......................................................................................106
Account Management ............................................................................................................... 151
White Area on Paper is Lightly Stained ....................................................................................................106
Enabling Account Management ............................................................................................................... 151
The Periphery of Characters is Smudged ................................................................................................107
Setting a Number of Points to Each Account ........................................................................................... 153
The Entire Paper Area is Lightly Stained When Printing on Envelopes or Coated Paper ........................107
Creating a Shared Account ...................................................................................................................... 154
Toner Comes Off When Printed Paper is Rubbed ....................................................................................108
Setting Paper Size Points/Toner Points ................................................................................................... 155
Uneven Gloss ...........................................................................................................................................108
Printing When Account Management is Enabled ..................................................................................... 157
Black or White Dots Appear .....................................................................................................................109
Precautions when Operating .................................................................................................................... 157
Dirt is Printed ............................................................................................................................................109
Moving/Transporting This Machine ........................................................................................... 158
The Entire Page is Printed Black .............................................................................................................. 110
Moving This Machine ............................................................................................................................... 158
Nothing is Printed ..................................................................................................................................... 110
Transporting This Machine ....................................................................................................................... 159
White Patches Appear .............................................................................................................................. 111
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The Peripheral Area of the Page is Dirty .................................................................................................. 111
Color of the printed image is not what you expect .................................................................................... 112
Network ......................................................................................................160
AirPrint ...................................................................................................................................... 161
Solid printing of CMY 100% is too light .................................................................................................... 112
About AirPrint (Print) ................................................................................................................................ 161
Problems about Software ..........................................................................................................113
Setting AirPrint (Print) .............................................................................................................................. 162
Problems on Configuration Tool ............................................................................................................... 113
Registering the Machine in a Computer (Mac OS X) ............................................................................... 163
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Setting Sleep Mode (Web Page) .............................................................................................................. 210
Printing with AirPrint (Print) ......................................................................................................................164
Google Cloud Print ....................................................................................................................167
Setting Auto Power Off Mode (Web Page) .............................................................................................. 211
About Google Cloud Print .........................................................................................................................167
JOB MACRO (Web Page) ........................................................................................................................ 211
Setting Google Cloud Print .......................................................................................................................168
About Items That Can be Set or Checked ............................................................................................... 212
Printing with Google Cloud Print ...............................................................................................................173
Color Correct Utility ................................................................................................................... 217
Checking Google Cloud Print Registrations .............................................................................................175
Changing Palette Color ............................................................................................................................ 217
Checking or Changing the Use of Cloud Service Settings .......................................................................176
Changing Gamma Value or Hue .............................................................................................................. 219
Deleting the Registered Information .........................................................................................................177
Printing in Adjusted Color Settings .......................................................................................................... 220
Checking That Deletion is Complete ........................................................................................................178
Saving Color Correction Settings ............................................................................................................. 221
About Importing the CA Licenses of the Proxy Server .............................................................................179
Importing Color Correction Settings ......................................................................................................... 221
Network-Related Software .........................................................................................................180
Deleting Color Correction Settings ........................................................................................................... 222
Network Settings ........................................................................................................................181
Color Swatch Utility ................................................................................................................... 223
Printing Color Swatch .............................................................................................................................. 223
Using Wired LAN and Wireless LAN at the Same Time (Only When the Wireless LAN Module is Mounted)
181
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Customizing the Color Swatch ................................................................................................................. 224
Initializing the Network Settings ................................................................................................................182
Printing a File With the Color You Want ................................................................................................... 224
Setting the DHCP Server ..........................................................................................................................183
PS Gamma Adjuster Utility ....................................................................................................... 225
Network Problems .....................................................................................................................184
Registering an Adjusted Halftone ............................................................................................................ 225
Printing with a Registered Halftone .......................................................................................................... 226
Utility Software ......................................................................................... 185
Configuration Tool ..................................................................................................................... 227
List of Utility Software ................................................................................................................186
Registering This Machine ........................................................................................................................ 227
Windows Utilities ......................................................................................................................................186
Starting Configuration Tool ....................................................................................................................... 228
Mac OS X Utilities .....................................................................................................................................187
Checking the Status of This Machine ....................................................................................................... 228
Installing Software .....................................................................................................................188
Cloning Settings ....................................................................................................................................... 229
For Windows .............................................................................................................................................188
Displaying the Alert Info ........................................................................................................................... 229
For Mac OS X ...........................................................................................................................................191
Setting the Network .................................................................................................................................. 233
Web Page of This Machine ........................................................................................................192
Registering ICC Profile ............................................................................................................................ 235
Open the Web Page of This Machine .......................................................................................................192
Registering Forms (Form Overlay) .......................................................................................................... 235
Log In as the Administrator .......................................................................................................................193
Checking the Free Space in Memory/Hard Disk Drive ............................................................................. 236
Changing the Administrator Password (Web Page) .................................................................................195
Registering a User Name and Password ................................................................................................. 237
Checking or Changing the Settings of This Machine ................................................................................195
Removing This Machine .......................................................................................................................... 238
Encrypting Communication with SSL/TLS ................................................................................................197
Names and Functions of Screen Items for Configuration Tool ................................................................. 239
Encrypting Communication with IPSec .....................................................................................................199
OKI LPR Utility .......................................................................................................................... 242
Limiting by Using an IP Address (IP Filtering) ..........................................................................................202
Starting OKI LPR Utility ............................................................................................................................ 242
Limiting by Using a MAC Address (MAC Address Filtering) .....................................................................203
Registering a Device to OKI LPR Utility ................................................................................................... 243
E-mail Alert ...............................................................................................................................................203
Checking the Status of a Registered Device ............................................................................................ 244
Using SNMPv3 .........................................................................................................................................204
Forwarding Print Jobs to a Registered Device ......................................................................................... 244
Using IEEE802.1X (Wired LAN) ...............................................................................................................205
Printing the Same Document from the Registered Multiple Devices ....................................................... 245
Setting IEEE802.1X (Wireless LAN) .........................................................................................................206
Opening the Web Page of the Registered Device ................................................................................... 246
Setting Wireless LAN (WPA/WPA2-EAP) .................................................................................................208
Following the IP Address of the Registered Device Automatically .......................................................... 246
Setting the LDAP Server ..........................................................................................................................208
Setting the Web Port Number of the Machine .......................................................................................... 247
E-mail Setup .............................................................................................................................................209
Sending a File to a Device That is Registered in OKI LPR Utility ............................................................ 247
Setting Power Save Mode (Web Page) ....................................................................................................210
Deleting an Unnecessary Print Job .......................................................................................................... 248
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Uninstalling OKI LPR Utility (Uninstall) .....................................................................................................248
Network Extension .....................................................................................................................249
Showing Printer Properties .......................................................................................................................249
Checking the Settings of the Machine ......................................................................................................250
Set Options Automatically ........................................................................................................................251
Uninstall the Utility ....................................................................................................................................251
Network Card Setup (Mac OS X) ...............................................................................................252
Setting the IP Address ..............................................................................................................................252
Configuring Web Settings .........................................................................................................................253
Quitting Network Card Setup ....................................................................................................................253
Print Job Accounting Client ........................................................................................................254
For Windows .............................................................................................................................................254
For Mac OS X ...........................................................................................................................................256
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1
Basic Operations
How to Customize the Touch Panel
Adjusting Brightness of the Touch Panel
Adjusting the Touch Position of the Touch Panel
Setting Output Destination
Adjusting Volume
Checking the Information of the Machine
Easy Setup
JOB MACRO
This section describes basic operations of this machine.
1. Basic Operations
How to Customize the Touch Panel
Setting a Home Icon on the Home Screen
You can customize home icons and shortcut buttons on the home screen and the top screen
of each function to fit your needs.
You can register 16 icons.
• Setting a Home Icon on the Home Screen
• Functions That Can be Set to a Home Icon on the Home Screen
• Setting a Shortcut Button of Each Function
1
2
3
Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
4
5
Press [Configure Home Screen].
6
Operate the touch panel according to the changes you want to make.
Press
or
several times and press [Admin Setup].
Enter the administrator name and password and press [OK].
The factory default administrator name and password are "admin" and "999999"
respectively.
Press the button whose setting you want to change.
The shortcut button setting screen is displayed.
Item
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Description
1
Layout preview area
Displays the locations of the shortcut buttons.
2
Add function
Inserts a function into the layout preview area.
3
Add blank
Inserts an empty button into the layout preview area.
1. Basic Operations
Item
7
Description
4
Move
Moves the selected button to a specified location.
5
Delete
Deletes the function that is registered to the selected button.
Functions That Can be Set to a Home Icon on the Home Screen
You can register the following functions.
Press [OK].
• Print*
• Shared Print
• Private Print
• Print From USB Memory
• Google Cloud Print
• Job Macro
• Troubleshoot*
* indicates the factory default setting.
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1. Basic Operations
Setting a Shortcut Button of Each Function
The number of shortcut buttons that can be set varies depending on the function.
1
2
3
Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
4
5
Press the button whose setting you want to change.
Press
or
several times and press [Admin Setup].
Enter the administrator name and password and press [OK].
The factory default administrator name and password are "admin" and "999999"
respectively.
Select a function to register.
Each shortcut button registered cannot be deleted. It can be replaced by a different shortcut button.
6
Press [OK].
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1. Basic Operations
Adjusting Brightness of the Touch Panel
To change the brightness of the touch panel on the operator panel, perform the procedure
below.
You can adjust the brightness of screen during operation and in the Power Save mode
respectively.
1
2
3
Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
4
5
6
Press
7
Enter value and press [OK].
Press
or
several times, and press [Admin Setup].
Enter the administrator name and password and press [OK].
The factory default administrator name and password are "admin" and "999999"
respectively.
or
several times, and press [Manage Unit].
Press [System Setup].
Press
or
several times, and press [Panel Brightness During Operating]
or [Panel Brightness While Power Save].
Available values are from 1 to 7. The bigger the number is, the brighter the screen gets.
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1. Basic Operations
Adjusting the Touch Position of the Touch Panel
If the response of the touched position is slightly shifted or the response is slow, the detection
of the position may not be working correctly.
Follow the procedure below to adjust the touch panel.
1
2
3
Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
4
5
6
7
8
Press ▲ or ▼several times, and then press [Manage Unit].
Press ▲ or ▼several times, and then press [Admin Setup].
Input the admin name and password, and press [OK].
The default admin name is "admin" and the default admin password is "999999".
Press [System Setup].
Press ▲ or ▼several times, and then press [Panel Calibration].
Press "Yes" in the "Would you like to execute?" screen.
Touch the cross marks displayed in the "Touchscreen Calibration Utility/Touch
crosshair to calibrate" screen in order. (5 positions in total)
The touch panel is adjusted.
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1. Basic Operations
Setting Output Destination
Output Tray
Use this output tray when printing on plain paper. Paper is output with the printed side down.
The machine outputs paper to the output tray or rear output tray.
It is not available for envelopes, labels, or long paper.
Check that the rear output tray on the rear side of the machine is closed. If the rear output
tray is open, paper is always output to the rear output tray.
Do not open or close the rear output tray during printing. Paper jams may result.
• Output Tray
• Rear Output Tray
Open the paper support so that outputs do not slip down from the output tray.
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1. Basic Operations
3
Rear Output Tray
Use the rear output tray when printing on envelopes, labels, or long paper.
Paper is output with the printed side up. Plain paper is also available for this output tray.
1
Open the rear output tray (F) on the rear side of the machine.
2
Unfold the paper support.
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Draw the sub support.
1. Basic Operations
Adjusting Volume
6
Press an item you want to adjust.
7
Select a volume level.
The volume of the sounds which are emitted in the following conditions can be adjusted in
four levels.
• When a button or key on the operator panel is pressed
• When a paper jam occurs
• AirPrint Buzzer Volume
1
2
3
4
5
Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
Press
or
several times and press [Admin Setup].
Enter the administrator name and password and press [OK].
The factory default administrator name and password are "admin" and "999999"
respectively.
Press [Manage Unit].
Press [Sound Control].
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1. Basic Operations
Checking the Information of the Machine
Printing a Report to Check
You can print and check the configuration or the job logs of this machine.
Print the machine information and check the status. Press the
(STATUS) button on the
operator panel to check the information such as remaining level of consumables.
• Printing a Report to Check
• Checking the Status on the Operator Panel
1
2
Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
3
4
Select the category of a report to print.
Press [Reports].
Select a report to print.
If the administrator login screen is displayed,enter administrator name and password.
The factory default administrator name and password are "admin" and "999999"
respectively.
5
Press [Yes] on a confirmation screen.
If [Admin Setup] > [Manage Unit] > [System Setup] > [Allow All Reports To Print] on the touch panel is set to
[Disable], log in as the administrator to print the report.
Item
Configuration
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Description
Prints detailed settings of this machine.
1. Basic Operations
Item
System
Print
File List
Description
Checking the Status on the Operator Panel
Prints a list of job files.
Demo Page
Prints a demo page.
Error Log
Prints an error log.
Usage Report
Prints the total of the job logs.
Network Information
Prints general information on the network.
Suppies Report
Prints the information about consumables.
PCL Font List
Prints a list of PCL font samples.
PSE Font List
Prints a list of PSE font samples.
PPR Font List
Prints a list of IBMPPR font samples.
FX Font List
Prints a list of EPSON FX font samples.
Color Tuning Pattern
Prints a color tuning pattern.
Color Profile List
Prints a color profile list.
You can check the residual life of consumables, the counter information, and the job list from
the
(STATUS) button.
1
2
3
4
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Press the
(STATUS) button.
Press [Device Information].
Select an item.
Press [Back].
1. Basic Operations
Easy Setup
• Date/Time Setting
Item
In [Easy Setup], you can change the settings of date/time, network by using [Device Settings]
on the touch panel.
1
2
3
Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
4
Follow the on screen instructions.
Description
Time Zone
Sets the GMT time zone.
Daylight Saving
Sets daylight saving to ON or OFF.
Server
SNT Sets the SNTP server to use for setting the
P
current date and time. You can enter up to
Serv 64 characters.
er
(Prim
ary)
Press [Easy Setup].
Enter the administrator name and password and press [OK].
SNT
P
Serv
er
(Sec
onda
ry)
The factory default administrator name and password are "admin" and "999999"
respectively.
Manual
Date Sets the current date and time manually.
Time
• Admin Password
Item
New Password
Enter Password (Verify)
Description
Changes the administrator password. 6 to
12 characters can be used.
• Network Setting
Item
Enabling Default Gateway (If wireless LAN module fitted)
• Language Setting
Item
Language Setting
Description
Sets the language that is displayed on the operator
panel.
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Description
Sets a wired LAN or wireless LAN.
1. Basic Operations
Item
Wireless
Setting (If
wireless LAN
module fitted)
WPS
Search
• Test Print
Description
WPS-PBC
WPS-PBC is executed.
WPS-PIN
WPS-PIN is executed.
Item
Test Print
A list of access point name found in the Displays a list of wireless LAN access
search
points' names that are found in a
search.
Manual Setup
SSID
Enter an SSID.
Security
Selects the security of the wireless LAN
function.
"WPA-EAP" and "WPA2-EAP" can be
set only in Web.
WEP Key
Enter WEP Key.
Displays if [WEP] is selected for
[Security].
WPA Encryption Type Select a WPA/WPA2-PSK or WPA2PSK encryption type.
Displays if [WPA/WPA2-PSK] or
[WPA2-PSK] is selected for [Security].
WPA Pre-shared Key Enter the Pre-shared Key.
Displays if [WPA/WPA2-PSK] or
[WPA2-PSK] is selected for [Security].
Reconnect
Wireless reconnection is executed.
Obtaining IP address
Sets to obtain the IP address
automatically or manually.
IP Address
Sets the IP address. You can enter up
to 15 characters.
Subnet Mask
Sets the subnet mask. You can enter
up to 15 characters.
Default Gateway
Sets the gateway address. You can
enter up to 15 characters.
DNS Server (Primary)
Sets the IP address for a Primary DNS
server. You can enter up to
15 characters.
DNS Server (Secondary)
Sets the IP address for a Secondary
DNS server. You can enter up to
15 characters.
WINS Server (Primary)
Sets the name or the IP address for the
WINS server. You can enter up to
15 characters.
WINS Server (Secondary)
Sets the name or the IP address for the
WINS server. You can enter up to
15 characters.
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Description
Performing test printing allows you to check if
the consumables and paper are properly set.
1. Basic Operations
JOB MACRO
Registering a Frequently-used Setting as a Macro
You can register the saved printing procedure in USB Memory as a Job Macro.
You can register macros for frequently used settings in the machine and create shortcuts.
This "Job Macro" allows you to perform operations more simply and quickly.
• Registering Newly
You can create a macro for settings on the following function.
1
Printing from USB Memory
If the user authentication is enabled, log in to the machine before creating a macro.
You can register up to 16 macros.
• Registering a Frequently-used Setting as a Macro
• Using a Registered Macro
• Editing a Macro Title
• Checking the Macro Content
• Deleting a Registered Macro
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Press [Print] on the touch panel.
1. Basic Operations
2
Press [Print From USB Memory] on the Print screen.
4
Press [Register to Job Macro] on the touch panel.
3
Change a setting value to register.
5
Check the setting, and then press [Yes].
6
Enter a new macro name.
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Entering Characters (User's Manual)
1. Basic Operations
7
Press [OK].
Using a Registered Macro
A confirmation screen is displayed.
You can use a macro by reading out it.
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1
2
Press [Job Macro] on the touch panel.
3
Perform a job.
Select a macro to use, and then press [Apply].
If the access control is enabled on the functions you want to use, a message is
displayed to inform you that you are not permitted to use them, and the screen returns
to the JOB MACRO menu.
1. Basic Operations
Editing a Macro Title
Checking the Macro Content
You can edit a macro title.
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Press [Job Macro].
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Press [Edit].
Select a macro, and then press [Title Edit].
Enter a new title.
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Press [Job Macro].
Select a macro, and then press [Description].
Check the content, and then press [Back].
If you press [Apply] instead of [Back], the macro is applied.
1. Basic Operations
Deleting a Registered Macro
You can delete a macro.
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Press [Edit].
Select a macro, and then press [Delete].
A confirmation screen is displayed.
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Print
Printing on Various Types of Paper
Printing with Various Settings from a Computer
Saving Paper, Saving Toner
Adjusting Color on the Computer
For a Better Finish
Useful Functions
Printing Confidential Document
”WordPad" for Windows and "TextEdit" for Mac OS X are used as examples. The screens and steps may vary depending on the application.
2. Print
Printing on Various Types of Paper
Printing on Envelopes
• Attaching the Envelope Lever
This section describes how to print on various type of paper.
• Loading Envelopes
• For Windows PCL Printer Driver
• Printing on Envelopes
• For Windows PS Printer Driver
• Printing on Labels
• For Mac OS X
• Printing on Long Paper
• Printing on Custom Size Paper
• Curling or creasing may occur after printing. Be sure to perform a test print to check that no problems exist.
• Load envelopes with the address side up in the direction as described below.
- If you are using envelopes with the flap (for gluing) on the long edge (Monarch, Com-9, Com-10, DL, C5), load
them with the flap folded so that the flap is on the left side when fed.
• Duplex printing is not available for envelopes.
Attaching the Envelope Lever
If a printed envelope is wrinkled, attach the envelope lever to the fuser unit.
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Remove the envelope lever from the MP tray.
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Remove the fusing unit from the machine.
For details, see "Replacing the Fuser Unit".
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Loading Envelopes
Attach the envelope lever to the fuser unit.
Press the jam release lever, and then insert the envelope lever in to the nearby hole.
When printing on envelopes, change the paper size setting, and use the MP tray and rear
output tray.
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Load envelopes until their edges touch the paper feed entrance with the print
side up.
Com-9, Com-10, DL, C5, Monarch
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Replace the fuser unit to the machine.
Open the rear output tray.
Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
Press [Paper Setup].
Press [MP Tray].
Press [Paper Size].
Press the size of envelopes you use.
Press [Back] until the home screen is displayed.
Available envelope types.
For details, see "Replacing the Fuser Unit".
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
When all the envelopes are printed, press the release lever and remove the envelope
lever from the fuser unit, and then attach to the MP tray.
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Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
Select the envelope size from [Size] on the [Setup] tab.
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Select [Multi Purpose Tray] from [Source].
Select [Landscape] from [Orientation].
If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box, click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
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Change other settings if necessary, and then click [Print].
Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
Click [Advanced] on the [Layout] tab and select the envelope size from [Paper
Size].
Click [OK].
Select [Landscape] from [Orientation] on the [Layout] tab.
Select [Multi-Purpose Tray] from [Paper Source] on the [Paper/Quality] tab.
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
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Open the file to print.
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Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Select the envelope size from [Paper Size] and select the orientation from
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2. Print
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Printing on Labels
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• Loading Labels
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• For Windows PS Printer Driver
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Set a paper size and paper type for the MP tray from the touch panel. Then, set a paper size,
paper tray, and other printing settings with a printer driver.
Duplex printing is not available for labels.
Loading Labels
When printing on labels, change the paper type and paper size setting, and use the MP tray
and rear output tray.
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Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
Select [A4 210x297mm] or [Letter 8.5x11in] from [Size] on the [Setup] tab.
Select [Multi Purpose Tray] from [Source].
Select [Portrait] or [Landscape] from [Orientation].
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
For Windows PS Printer Driver
Load labels in the MP tray.
Open the rear output tray.
Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
Press [Paper Setup].
Press [MP Tray].
Press [Paper Size].
Press [A4] or [Letter].
Press [Media Type].
Press [Labels].
Press [Back] until the home screen is displayed.
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Open the file to print.
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Click [OK].
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
Click [Advanced] on the [Layout] tab and select [A4] or [Letter] from [Paper
size].
Select [Landscape] or [Portrait] from [Orientation] on the [Layout] tab.
Select [Multi-Purpose Tray] from [Paper Source] on the [Paper/Quality] tab.
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
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Open the file to print.
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Select [Multi-Purpose Tray] for [All Pages From] on the [Paper Feed] panel.
Printing on Long Paper
• Loading Long Paper
• For Windows PCL Printer Driver
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
• For Windows PS Printer Driver
• For Mac OS X
Select [Letter] or [A4] from [Paper Size] and select the orientation from
[Orientation].
Set a paper size for the MP tray on the touch panel. Then, register a paper size with a printer
driver.
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [Print].
• Register the paper size so that the length is longer than the width. You cannot set the length that is shorter than the
width.
• This function may not be available for some applications.
• If the paper length exceeds 356 mm, the print quality may not be guaranteed even if the paper is used under the
recommended conditions.
If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box, click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
Loading Long Paper
When printing on long paper, change the paper type setting, and use the MP tray and rear
output tray.
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Load paper in the MP tray.
Open the rear output tray.
Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
Press [Paper Setup].
Press [MP Tray].
Press [Paper Size].
Select [Custom].
Press [Custom] to set a paper size within the following range, and then click
[OK].
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Length: 90 to 1321 mm
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Press [Back] until the home screen is displayed.
Available long paper
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
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Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Advanced].
Click [Advanced] on the [Layout] tab and select [PostScript Custom Page
Size] from [Paper size].
Click [OK].
Select [Multi-Purpose Tray] from [Paper Source] on the [Paper/Quality] tab.
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
Select [User Defined Size] from [Size] on the [Setup] tab.
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You can select the paper size from [Banner *** x *** mm] if the paper size is set to 210.0 x 900.0 mm,
215.0 x 900.0 mm, or 215.0 x 1200.0 mm.
For instructions on how to set custom size, refer to "Printing on Custom Size Paper".
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Open the file to print.
Select [Multi Purpose Tray] from [Source].
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
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Click [Start], and then select [Devices and Printers].
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Press [OK] until the print setting dialog box is closed.
Right-click the [OKI C542 PS] icon, and then select [Printing Preferences].
Click [Advanced] on the [Layout] tab.
Click [Paper Size], select [PostScript Custom Page Size] from the drop-down
list, and then enter values in [Width] and [Height].
Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Select [Manage Custom Sizes] from [Paper Size].
Click [+] to add an item to the list of paper sizes.
Double-click [Untitled], and then enter a name of the long paper size.
Enter values in [Width] and [Height].
Click [OK].
Select the registered paper size from [Paper Size].
Select [Multi-Purpose Tray] for [All Pages From] on the [Paper Feed] panel.
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [Print].
If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box, click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
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Press [Custom] to set a paper size within the following range, and then click
[OK].
• Loading Custom Size Paper
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Length: 90 to 1321 mm
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Set a custom paper size and paper type on the operator panel. Then, register a paper size
with a printer driver.
Change other settings if necessary.
Press [Back] until the home screen is displayed.
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• Register paper in portrait, and load paper in a tray in portrait.
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• If the paper length exceeds 432 mm (17 inches), use the rear output tray.
• This function may not be available for some applications.
• If the paper length exceeds 432 mm (17 inches), the print quality cannot be guaranteed.
• If paper is so long that it exceeds the paper supports of the MP tray, support the paper with your hands.
• It is not recommended to use a paper width of less than 100 mm (3.9 inches), because paper jams may result.
• About available paper sizes for each tray and for duplex printing
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
• The auto tray switch function is set to [ON] by factory default. When a tray runs out of paper during printing, another
tray automatically starts feeding paper. To feed custom size paper from a specified tray, set the auto tray switch
function to [OFF].
• If images are not correctly printed on large size paper, select [Normal(600x600dpi)] for [Quality] in the PS printer
driver. Printing may be improved.
Loading Custom Size Paper
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Load paper that can be set to the custom size in Tray 1 or Tray 2/3 (optional).
Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
Press [Paper Setup].
Press [Tray1], [Tray2], or [Tray3].
Press [Paper Size].
Select [Custom].
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Click [Start], and then select [Devices and Printers].
Right-click the [OKI C542 PCL6] icon, and then select [Printing Preferences].
Click [Paper Feed Options] on the [Setup] tab.
Click [Custom Size].
Enter a name of the new size in [Name].
Enter values in [Width] and [Length].
Click [Add] to save the custom paper size to the list, and then click [OK].
You can save up to 32 custom sizes.
Click [OK] until the [Printing Preferences] dialog box is closed.
Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
Select a registered paper size from [Size] on the [Setup] tab.
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
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Click [Start], and then select [Devices and Printers].
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Click [Edit Custom Page Size].
Right-click the [OKI C542 PS] icon, and then select [Printing Preferences].
Click [Advanced] on the [Layout] tab.
Click [Paper Size], and then select [PostScript Custom Page Size] from the
drop-down list.
Enter values in [Width] and [Length], and then click [OK].
You cannot set [Offsets Relative to Paper Feed Direction].
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Click [OK] until the [Printing Preferences] dialog box is closed.
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Click [OK].
Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Select [Manage Custom Sizes] from [Paper Size].
Click [+] to add an item to the list of custom paper sizes.
Double-click [Untitled], and then enter a name of the custom paper size.
Enter values in [Width] and [Height].
Click [OK].
Select the paper size created from [Paper Size].
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [Print].
If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box, click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
Click [Advanced] on the [Layout] tab.
Click [Paper Size], and then select [PostScript Custom Page Size] from the
drop-down list.
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
For Mac OS X
On Mac OS X, you can set a paper size out of the available range in the printer driver, resulting in improper printing. Set
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Printing with Various Settings from a Computer
Printing Manually One by One
• For Windows PCL Printer Driver
This section describes various print settings such as enlarging/reducing document size or
making a booklet.
• For Windows PS Printer Driver
• For Mac OS X
You can print one sheet at a time by loading paper in the MP tray.
• Printing Manually One by One
The "Paper request on MP Tray." message is displayed on the touch panel every time you
print one page. To continue printing, select [Print Resume].
• Enlarging or Reducing to Fit the Specified Paper Size
• Printing Only the Cover from a Different Tray
• Making a Booklet
• Dividing a Document to Print on Some Sheets for Making a Poster
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
• Adding Semi-transparent Text (Watermarks)
• Overlaying Forms or Logos (Overlay)
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• Outputting a Document to a File Instead of Printing on Paper
• Storing Frequently-printed Documents in the Printer
• Printing E-mail Attachment Files
Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
Select [Multi Purpose Tray] from [Source] on the [Setup] tab.
Click [Paper Feed Options].
Select the [Use MP tray as manual feed] check box, and then click [OK].
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
When a message is displayed on the touch panel, load paper in the MP
tray,and then press [Start].
If the message is not displayed, press [Print].
When printing a multiple page document, the same message is displayed every time
you print one page.
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Open the file to print.
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Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
When printing a multiple page document, the same message is displayed every time
you print one page.
Click [Preferences].
Select [Multi-Purpose Tray] from [Paper Source] on the [Paper/Quality] tab.
If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box, click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
Click [Advanced].
Click [Multipurpose tray is handled as manual feed], and then select [Yes].
Click [OK].
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
When the message is displayed on the touch panel, load paper in the MP tray
and press [Start].
If the message is not displayed, press [Print].
When printing a multiple page document, the same message is displayed every time
you print one page.
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Open the file to print.
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Change other settings if necessary, and then click [Print].
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Select [Multi-Purpose Tray] for [All Pages From] on the [Paper Feed] panel.
Select [Print Options] from the panel menu.
Select [Multipurpose tray is handled as manual feed] check box in the [Feed]
tab.
When the message is displayed on the touch panel, load paper in the MP tray
and press [Start].
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Enlarging or Reducing to Fit the Specified Paper Size
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You can print on different paper sizes without changing the print data.
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Open the file to print.
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Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Select the [Scale to fit paper size] check box on the [Paper Handling] panel.
Select a paper size to print from [Destination Paper Size].
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [Print].
Click [Preferences].
Select a paper size to edit from [Size] on the [Setup] tab.
If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box, click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
Select the [Resize document to fit printer page] checkbox, and then select a
paper size to print.
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
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Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
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This function may not be available for some applications.
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Select the paper size to print.
Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
Select the [Resize document to fit printer page] checkbox on the [Job Options]
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Select a tray to feed the remaining pages from [Remaining From].
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [Print].
• For Mac OS X
You can feed the first page of a print job from one tray and the remaining pages from another
tray.
If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box, click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
This function is not available with the Windows PS printer driver.
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Open the file to print.
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Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
Click [Paper Feed Options] on the [Setup] tab.
Select the [Use different source for first page] check box.
Select a paper tray from [Source], and then click [OK].
Select a paper type from [Type] and media weight from [Weight] if necessary.
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
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Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Select [Paper Feed] from the panel menu.
Select [First Page From], and then select a tray to feed the first page.
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Making a Booklet
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• This function may not be available for some applications.
• This function is not available on Mac OS X.
• Watermarks may not be printed properly with this function.
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Open the file to print.
Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
Select [Booklet] from [Page Format] on the [Layout] tab.
Select the [Draw Borders] check box if necessary.
Click [Advanced].
Click [Booklet Binding Edge], and then set margins.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
• To make a right-fold booklet (a booklet with its binding on the right side when the first page is facing up), select
[On Right Edge].
Click [Preferences].
• To make an A5 booklet by using A4 paper, select [A4] from [Paper Size].
Select [Booklet] from [Finishing Mode] on the [Setup] tab.
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Click [Options], and then set booklet printing settings if necessary.
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[Signature]: Specify a unit of pages to be bound.
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[2 pages]: Print two pages on one page.
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[Right to Left]: Print a booklet that is opened from the right.
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[Bind Margin]: Set a margin.
Click [OK].
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
• To make an A5 booklet by using A4 paper, select [A4] from [Size] on the [Setup] tab.
• If this function is not available with the Windows PCL printer driver, select [Start] > [Devices and Printers], right-click
the [OKI C542 PCL6] icon, and then select [Printer properties] > the [Advanced] tab > [Print processor] >
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Press [OK] until the print setting dialog box is closed.
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
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Dividing a Document to Print on Some Sheets for Making a
Poster
Adding Semi-transparent Text (Watermarks)
• For Windows PCL Printer Driver
• For Windows PCL Printer Driver
• For Windows PS Printer Driver
You can create a poster by printing a document onto multiple sheets of paper, and then
combining the sheets afterwards.
• This function is not available on Mac OS X.
• Watermarks are not printed properly for booklet printing.
• If the [Background] check box is selected on the [Watermark] screen for Windows PS printer driver, a watermark may
not be printed depending on the application. In such a case, clear the [Background] check box.
• This function is not available when you are using the IPP network.
• This function is not available with the Windows PS printer driver or on Mac OS X.
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Open the file to print.
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Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
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Select [Print] from the [File] menu
Click [Preference].
Click [Poster Print] from [Finishing Mode] on the [Setup] tab.
Click [Options].
Set values to [Enlarge], [Add Registration Marks], and [Add Overlap] if
necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
Click [Watermark] on the [Extend] tab.
Click [New].
Enter text that is printed as a watermark in [Text] in [Watermarks].
Set [Font], [Size], or other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Check that the watermark to print is selected, and then click [OK].
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
• To make an A3 poster using two sheets of A4 paper, select [A4] for the paper size, and the select [2] for [Zoom].
• If this function is not available with the Windows PCL printer driver, select [Start] > [Devices and Printers], right-click
the [OKI MC573 PCL6] icon, and then select [Printer properties] > the [Advanced] tab > [Print processor] >
[OKX05HPP] > [OK].
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Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
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Click [Watermark] on the [Job Options] tab.
Overlaying Forms or Logos (Overlay)
Click [New].
• Registering Forms
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Enter text that is printed as a watermark in [Text] in [Watermarks].
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Set [Font], [Size], or other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
You can print overlays (such as logos or forms) on a document. An overlay is a group of
forms. You can register four forms to an overlay. The forms are overlaid in order of
registration and printed. The form that is registered last is printed on the top.
Check that the watermark to print is selected, and then click [OK].
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
Registering Forms
Before printing overlay, create a form and register it in this machine.
Registering Forms (Form Overlay)
For Windows PCL printer driver users, follow the following steps to register forms.
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Create a form you want to register to the printer on the application.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
Click [Overlays] on the [Extend] tab.
Select [Register print document as a new form].
Click [OK].
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
Enter [Form name] and [ID] you want to register to the printer in [New Form].
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Select the pages of the document on which you want to print the overlay from
[Print on Pages] as registration information on the driver. To apply an overlay
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by specifying the pages, select [Custom], and then enter the pages to which
you want to apply the overlay in [Custom Pages].
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Click [OK].
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Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
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Enter a name of the overlay in [Overlay Name].
Select the [Extend] tab.
Click [Overlays] on the [Job Options] tab.
Select [User Overlay] from the drop-down list, and then click [New].
Enter the form name that you registered with the Storage Manager plug-in for
Configuration Tool in [Form Name], and then click [Add].
Select the pages of the document on which to print the overlay from [Print on
Pages].
To apply an overlay by specifying the pages, select [Custom], and then enter the pages to which to apply the
overlay in [Custom Pages].
Click [Overlays].
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Select [Overlay Print] and select a form you want to use for an overlay printing
from the drop-down list.
When adding a form registered using Configuration Tool: Click [Add a registered form...], enter the form name in
[Form name] and ID of the form registered using the Storage Manager plugin of Configuration Tool, select pages
on which you want to apply the form from [Print on Pages], and then click [OK].
Click [OK].
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
For Windows PS Printer Driver
To use this function with the Windows PS printer driver, you must log in to a computer as the administrator.
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Right-click the [OKI C542 PS] icon, and then select [Printing Preferences].
Click [Preferences].
If you want to add a form registered using Configuration Tool or apply several forms as a group, click [Edit list...]
to add to the list.
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Click [OK].
Select an overlay to use from [Defined Overlays], and then click [Add].
Click [OK].
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
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Outputting a Document to a File Instead of Printing on Paper
Storing Frequently-printed Documents in the Printer
• For Windows
• For Windows PCL Driver
• For Mac OS X
• For Windows PS Driver
• For Mac OS X
You can output a document to a file.
• Printing the Stored Document from This Machine
Store a print job in the internal memory of the printer. When printing, select a shared job from
the operator panel.
You must log in to a computer as the administrator.
For Windows
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Click [Start], and then select [Devices and Printers].
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Select the [Ports] tab.
If you cannot store the spooled data due to insufficient free space in the memory, a message is displayed to inform you
that the file system is full, and the print job is not executed.
For Windows PCL Driver
Right-click the [OKI C542 *] icon and then select [Printer properties].
* Select a driver type to use.
Select [FILE:] from the port list, and then click [OK].
Open a file.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Print].
Enter the name of a file, and then click [OK].
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Open the file to print.
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Set other settings if necessary, and click [OK].
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
Select the [Job Options] tab.
Select [Shared Print].
You can name a print job from Job Type Options.
Click [Print] on the [Print] Screen.
The print job is only sent to the printer, and it is not printed yet.
Open the file to print.
For Windows PS Driver
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
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Click [PDF] in the print dialog box, and then select a file format.
Enter the name of a file, select a save destination, and then click [Save].
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Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
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Select the [Job Options] tab.
Click [Shared Print] from [Job Type].
Press [Delete] to delete specified shared jobs.
You can name a print job from Job Type Options.
Press [Delete All] to delete all shared jobs in the list.
Set other settings if necessary, and click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
The print job is only sent to the printer, and it is not printed yet.
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Open the file to print.
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Change other settings if necessary, and then click [Print].
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Select [Secure Print] from the panel menu.
Select [Shared Print] in the [Job Type].
You can name a print job from Job Type Options.
The print job is only sent to the printer, and it is not printed yet.
If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box, click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
Printing the Stored Document from This Machine
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Press [Print] or the
(PRINT) button.
Press [Shared Print].
A job searching starts.
To stop a job search, press
When shared print jobs are listed, press [Print] for the shared jobs you want to
print. To print all displayed shared print jobs, press [Print All].
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Printing E-mail Attachment Files
Print attachment file of received E-mail.PDF (v1.7), JPEG, and TIFF (V6 Baseline) formats
can be printed.
To use this function, you must set the e-mail reception settings on a POP server or SMTP
server.
E-mail Setup
• For the number of copies, duplex printing or other printing settings, the current settings on the [Admin Setup] menu
are applied.
• Up to 10 files, each of which is a maximum of 8 MB, can be printed.
• You can forward attachment file of received E-mail.
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Saving Paper, Saving Toner
Printing on Both Sides of Paper (Duplex Printing)
• For Windows PCL Printer Driver
This section describes how to print saving paper or toner.
• For Windows PS Printer Driver
• For Mac OS X
• Printing on Both Sides of Paper (Duplex Printing)
You can print on both sides of a sheet of paper.
• Saving Toner
• Duplex printing is available for the following paper sizes.
• Combining Multiple Pages onto One Sheet of Paper
A4, A5, B5, Letter, Legal (13 inches), Legal (13.5 inches), Legal (14 inches), Executive,
8.5SQ (8.5in x 8.5in), Folio (210 mm x 330 mm), 16K (197 mm x 273 mm, 195 mm x
270 mm, 184 mm x 260 mm), Custom size
• Duplex printing is available for the following media weight.
64 to 176 g/m2 (17 to 46.8 lb)
Do not use media weight other than the above, because paper jams may occur.
This function may not be available for some applications.
When printing on custom size paper, duplex printing is available for the following width and length ranges.
• Width: 148 to 216 mm (5.8 to 8.5 inches)
• Length: 210 to 356 mm (8.3 to 14.0 inches)
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Close the rear output tray.
Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
Select [Long Edge] or [Short Edge] from [2-Sided Printing] on the [Setup] tab.
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
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For Windows PS Printer Driver
Saving Toner
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Close the rear output tray.
Select [Flip on Long Edge] or [Flip on Short Edge] from [Print on Both Sides]
on the [Layout] tab.
• [Printer setting]: Conforms to the printer setting.
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Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
• [Save Level Low]: Prints at a somewhat lower density level.
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
• [Save Level Middle]: Prints at a low density.
• For Windows PCL Printer Driver
• For Windows PS Printer Driver
Open the file to print.
• For Mac OS X
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Printing is possible with less toner.
Click [Preferences].
The amount of toner can be saved in three levels.
• [Off]: Prints at a normal density without saving toner.
• [Save Level High]: Prints at a very low density.
For Mac OS X
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Close the rear output tray.
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Change other settings if necessary, and then click [Print].
If using this function, only [Normal (600x600)] or [Fast (600x600)] can be specified as the print quality.
Open the file to print.
The density of the image that is printed with this function may vary depending on the printed document.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Select [Long-Edge binding] or [Short-Edge binding] from [Two-Sided] on the
[Layout] panel.
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If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box, click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
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Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
Select the [Setup] tab.
Select the amount of toner to save from [Toner saving].
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
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For Windows PS Printer Driver
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Combining Multiple Pages onto One Sheet of Paper
Open the file to print.
• For Windows PCL Printer Driver
• For Windows PS Printer Driver
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
• For Mac OS X
Click [Preferences].
You can print multiple pages of a document onto a single side of a sheet of paper.
Select the [Color] tab.
• This function reduces the page size of your document for printing. The center of the printed image may not be in the
center of the paper.
Select the amount of toner to save from [Toner Saving].
• This function may not be available for some applications.
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
For Mac OS X
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Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Select [Print Options] from the panel menu.
Select the amount of toner to save from [Toner Saving] in the [Quality2] tab.
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [Print].
If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box, click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
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Open the file to print.
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Click [Options].
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Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
Select the number of pages to print on each sheet at [Finishing Mode] on the
[Setup] tab.
Set each setting at [Page Borders], [Page layout], and [Bind Margin], and then
click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
For Windows PS Printer Driver
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Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
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Click [Preferences].
Select [Pages per Sheet] on the [Layout] tab.
Select the number of pages to print on each sheet from the drop-down list.
Select the [Border] check box to mark off a boundary.
Click [Advanced] and select page layout order from [Pages per Sheet Layout].
Click [OK].
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
For Mac OS X
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Open the file to print.
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Set each setting at [Border] and [Layout Direction].
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Select the number of pages to print on each sheet from [Pages per Sheet] on
the [Layout] panel.
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [Print].
If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box, click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
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Adjusting Color on the Computer
Printing Color Data in Grayscale
You can print color documents in grayscale.
This section describes how to adjust color setting when printing from a computer.
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
• Printing Color Data in Grayscale
• Using Color Matching on Printer Driver
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• Simulating Printing Results for Ink
• Color Separation
• Correcting Color Registration Error Manually
• Correcting Density Manually
• Adjusting Color Balance (Density)
• Adjusting Color with Software
Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
On the [Setup] tab, select [Monochrome].
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
Selecting [Monochrome] on the printer driver enables you to print a color document in grayscale even when the
cyan, magenta, and yellow toners are empty.
For Windows PS Printer Driver
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Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
Select the [Color] tab and select [Grayscale].
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
Selecting [Grayscale] on the printer driver enables you to print a color document in grayscale even when the cyan,
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For Mac OS X
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Using Color Matching on Printer Driver
Open the file to print.
Color Matching means managing and adjusting documents color to keep it consistent
between input and output devices.
From the [File] menu, select [Print].
This section describes the Color Matching function on the printer driver.
Select [Color] from the panel menu.
• Automatic:
Color matching is applied according to the document. Normally, use this setting as a default
setting.
Select [Grayscale].
Click [Print].
• Office Color:
Use this setting when printing business document using word processing software,
spreadsheet software, and presentation software. Color matching is applied when RGB
color space print data is converted to CMYK color space for the printer.
Selecting [Grayscale] on the printer driver enables you to print a color document in grayscale even when the cyan,
magenta, and yellow toners are empty.
• Graphic Pro:
This function is suitable for using the DTP software. You can specify the simulation of
printing with the CMYK output devices.
• No Color Matching:
This function is suitable for colors to be matched with an application.
If you use Mac OS X, you can also use [ColorSync] function to do color matching.
• If you want to manage CMYK color data, use the Graphic Pro function.
• Link profiles for CMYK cannot be specified with the Windows PCL printer driver.
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Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click on [Preferences].
Select [Color] for [Color Setting] on the [Setup] tab.
Click [Detail...] in the [Color Setting].
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Select an item and then click [OK].
Simulating Printing Results for Ink
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
You can simulate output such as that of an offset printing press by adjusting the CMYK color
data.
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
• For some applications, this function is not available on Mac OS X.
For Windows PS Printer Driver
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• This function can be used when the [Office Color] or [Graphic Pro] is selected for [Color Mode].
• For Windows PCL driver, this function can be used when [Graphic Pro] is selected for [Color Mode].
Open the file to print.
• For Windows PCL Printer Driver
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
• For Windows PS Printer Driver
• For Mac OS X
Click on [Preferences] or [Properties].
Select the [Color] tab.
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
Select an item and then click [OK].
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
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Open the file to print.
From the [File] menu, select [Print].
Select the [Color] tab.
Select an item for [Color].
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [Print].
If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box, click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
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Open the file to print.
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Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click on [Preferences].
Select [Color] for [Color Setting] on the [Setup] tab.
Click [Detail...] in the [Setup] tab and select [Graphic Pro].
Select [Printer Simulation].
Select an ink feature you want to simulate from [Simulation Target Profile] on
[Input Profile] and click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
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Open the file to print.
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Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Color Separation
Click on [Preferences] or [Properties].
You can print by separating each color without using any applications.
Select the [Color] tab and select [Graphic Pro], and then click [Detail].
You can do a printer simulation with [Office Color], for business or other documents,
then click [Advanced], and select the properties of the ink you want to simulate from
[CMYK Ink Simulation].
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Select the [Printer Simulation] check box.
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Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
• Windows PCL printer driver cannot be used for this function.
• If you are using Adobe Illustrator, use the color separation function of the application. Turn off the color matching
function of the printer driver.
• For Windows PS Drivers
• For Mac OS X
Select an ink feature you want to simulate from [Simulation Target Profile] on
[Input] and click [OK].
For Windows PS Drivers
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
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Open the file to print.
From the [File] menu, select [Print].
Select [Color] from the panel menu.
Select [Graphic Pro] in [Color].
Click [Options] to select [Printer Simulation].
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Open the file to print.
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Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click on [Preferences].
Select the [Color] tab and click [Advanced].
Select the color you want to separate from [Print Color Separations] and then
click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
Select an ink feature you want to simulate from [Simulation Target Profile].
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Change other settings if necessary, and then click [Print].
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Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Select the [Print Options] panel.
Select [Print Color Separations] in the [Quality 2] tab.
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Change other settings if necessary, and then click [Print].
Correcting Color Registration Error Manually
The machine automatically adjusts color registration when the machine turns on or the output
trays are opened/closed. You can manually adjust color registration from the operation panel
if necessary.
If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box, click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
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Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
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Press [Print Setup].
Press
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several times and press [Admin Setup].
Enter the administrator name and password and press [OK].
The factory default administrator name and password are "admin" and "999999"
respectively.
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Press [Color Menu].
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Press [Adjust Registration].
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Press [Yes].
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Correcting Density Manually
This machine automatically adjusts color registration when an image drum cartridge is
replaced or when 500 sheets are printed. You can manually adjust color registration from the
operation panel if necessary.
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Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
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Press
Press
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Enter the administrator name and password and press [OK].
The factory default administrator name and password are "admin" and "999999"
respectively.
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Press [Color Menu].
Press [Adjust Density].
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Adjusting Color Balance (Density)
The sliders for Highlight, Mid-Tone, and Dark are displayed. Select the values,
and then press [OK].
When you adjust the shade to suit your preferences, operate from the operator panel.
To specify, darken or lighten pale part (Highlight), middle tone part (Mid-tone), and dark part
(Dark) of each color.
This section describes how to adjust for cyan. When adjusting other colors, perform the
same procedure to all colors and parts you want to adjust.
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Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
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Enter the administrator name and password and press [OK].
The factory default administrator name and password are "admin" and "999999"
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Press [Color Menu].
Press [Color Tuning/Print Pattern] and [Yes] to print color adjustment pattern.
To darken a little, select +1 to +3, to lighten a little, select -1 to -3.
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Press the
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Start printing.
Repeat the procedure until the color shade meets your preferences.
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Adjusting Color with Software
• Color Correct Utility
• Color Swatch Utility
• PS Gamma Adjuster Utility
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For a Better Finish
Enhancing Photos
You can print photographs more vividly.
This section describes settings to obtain better print results when printing from a computer.
This function is not available with the Windows PS printer drivers or on Mac OS X.
• Enhancing Photos
• Printing with a Specified Resolution
• Emphasizing Fine Lines
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
• Specifying the Font to Use
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Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
Select the [Job Options] tab.
Select the [Photo Enhance] check box.
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
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Printing with a Specified Resolution
If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box, click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
• For Windows
• For Mac OS X
You can change the print quality if necessary.
If printing on large-size paper with the Windows PS printer driver or on Mac OS X, using [Normal (600x600)] may
improve the print quality.
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Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
Select the [Job Options] tab.
Select a print quality level from [Quality].
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
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Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Select the [Print Options] panel.
Select a desired value from [Quality] in the [Quality 1] tab.
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [Print].
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Emphasizing Fine Lines
• For Windows PCL Printer Driver
• For Windows PS Printer Driver
• For Mac OS X
To prevent blurry small letters or fine lines, turn on [Adjust ultra fine lines] on the printer
driver.
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Open the file to print.
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Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Select [Quality1] from tabs.
Check the [Adjust ultra fine lines] check box in the [Quality 1] tab.
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [Print].
Select the [Job Options] tab.
If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box, click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
Click [Advanced].
Select [Adjust ultra fine lines] and select [On] for [Settings], and then click
[OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
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Check the [Adjust ultra fine lines] check box, and then click [OK].
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Bar code gaps or other gaps may be narrower depending on the application. In such a case,
turn this function off.
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Click [Advanced].
Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
Select the [Job Options] tab.
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Specifying the Font to Use
• Print Using the Printer Fonts
• Print Using the Fonts of Computer
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Print Using the Printer Fonts
• The printer fonts do not exactly duplicate the appearance of the TrueType fonts displayed on the screen.
• This function is not available on Mac OS X.
• This function may not be available for some applications.
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Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
Select the [Extend] tab.
Click [Fonts].
Double-click [Font Substitution Table] on the [Device Settings] tab.
Click a TrueType font, and then select a printer font to be used to substitute
the TrueType font from the list.
Click [OK].
Open a file to print from a computer.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
Click [Advanced] on the [Layout] tab.
Click [TrueType Font], and then select [Substitute with Device Font].
Click [OK].
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
Print Using the Fonts of Computer
Select the [Font Substitution] check box in [TrueType Font Output Type].
You can print your documents by using TrueType fonts in a computer to reproduce the same
font appearance as on the screen.
Specify the printer font to use instead of TrueType fonts in [Font Substitution
Table].
Click [OK].
This function is not available on Mac OS X.
• For Windows PCL Printer Driver
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
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Right-click the [OKI C542 PS] icon and then select [Printer properties].
Click [Start], and then select [Devices and Printers].
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Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
Select the [Extend] tab.
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Click [Fonts].
Changing Black Finish
Clear the [Font Substitution] check box in [TrueType Font Output Type], select
one of the following output formats, and then click [OK].
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You can change the black finish when printing in color. The black finish setting can be used
when [Office Color] or [Graphic Pro] is selected in the printer driver.
Download as outline font
There are two types of black finishes; one is composed of cyan (C), magenta (M), yellow (Y)
and black (K) toners, and the other is composed of a black (K) toner only. A black finish using
CMYK toners is suitable for printing photographs. A black finish using a black toner only is
suitable for printing black text or graphics.
Creates font images in the printer.
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Download as bitmap font
Creates font images using the printer drivers.
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Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
If you use the [Office Color] function, you can also select the auto. If Automatic is selected,
the suitable method is selected automatically to print out the document.
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
• For Windows PCL Printer Driver
• For Windows PS Printer Driver
• For Mac OS X
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Open the file to print.
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Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
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Click [Preferences].
Click [Advanced] on the [Layout] tab.
Click [TrueType Font], and then select [Download as Softfont].
Click [OK].
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click on [Preferences].
Select [Color] for [Color Setting] on the [Setup] tab.
Click [Detail...] in the [Setup] tab, and select [Office Color] or [Graphic Pro].
Select the method to create black from [Black Finish], and click [OK].
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
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Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
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Click on [Preferences].
Eliminating White Gap Between Text and Background
(Overprinting Black)
Select [Color] tab and select [Office Color] or [Graphic Pro] and then click
[Detail].
Depending on the conditions of use, you can set black to overprint and reduce the white gap
between black letters and colored background.
Select the method to create black from [Black Finish], and click [OK].
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
• This function cannot be used with some applications.
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
• This function can be used when printing only text over a background color.
• If the toner layer is thick, the toner may not be fixed firmly.
• For Windows PCL Printer Driver
For Mac OS X
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• For Mac OS X
Open the file to print.
From the [File] menu, select [Print].
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
Select [Color] from the panel menu.
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Select [Office Color] or [Graphic Pro] and then click [Options].
Select the method to create black from [Black Finish].
[Black Finish] of [Graphic Pro] can be found on the [General] tab.
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Change other settings if necessary, and then click [Print].
If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box, click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click on [Preferences] or [Properties].
On the [Job Options] tab, Select [Advanced].
Set [Overprint Black] to [On] and click [OK].
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
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Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click on [Preferences] or [Properties].
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Select the [Color] tab and click [Advanced].
Select the [Black Overprint] check box, and click [OK].
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
For Mac OS X
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Open the file to print.
From the [File] menu, select [Print].
Select the [Print Options] panel.
Select the [Black Overprint] check box in the [Quality 1] tab.
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [Print].
If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box, click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
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Useful Functions
Collating a Multiple Page Document in Units of Copies
• For Windows PCL Printer Driver
This section describes useful functions when printing from a computer.
• For Windows PS Printer Driver
• For Mac OS X
• Collating a Multiple Page Document in Units of Copies
You can print a multiple page document in units of copies.
• Printing from the Last Page of a Document
• Selecting a Tray Automatically for the Specified Paper
• Switching to Another Paper Feed Tray Automatically When a Tray Runs Out Of Paper
This function may not be available for some applications.
• Changing the Default Settings with a Printer Driver
• Saving Frequently-Used Settings in the Printer Driver to Use
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
• Storing Print Data in This Machine before Printing
• Printing without Opening a PDF File (PDF Print Direct)
• Printing Data in USB Memory
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Open the file to print.
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Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
Select the [Job Options] tab.
Select the number of print copies from [Copies], and then select the [Collate]
check box.
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
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Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
Enter the number of print copies in [Copies], and then select the [Collate]
check box on the [Job Options] tab.
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Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Printing from the Last Page of a Document
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
• For Windows PS Printer Driver
• For Mac OS X
For Mac OS X
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Open the file to print.
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Select [Print Options] on the panel menu, and then click [Collate] check box in
the [Paper] tab.
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Change other settings if necessary, and then click [Print].
You can print in forward or reverse page order to suit your needs.
When using the output tray, print in the forward page order to stack printouts in forward page
order.
When using the rear output tray, print in the reverse page order to stack printouts in forward
page order.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Enter the number of copies in [Copies]. Deselect the [Collate pages] check
box in the [Paper Handling] tab.
• If the rear output tray is not open, printouts are output to the output tray.
• This function is not available with the Windows PCL printer driver.
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• If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box, click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
• If the [Collate pages] check box is selected in the [Paper Handling] panel, the machine prints documents without
using the internal memory.
Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
Select [Back to Front] from [Page Order] on the [Layout] tab.
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
If [Page Order] is not displayed, select [Start] > [Devices and Printers], right-click the [OKI C542 PS] icon, select
[Printer properties] > the [Advanced] tab, and the select the [Enable advanced printing features] check box.
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Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
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Select [Reverse] for [Page Order] on the [Paper Handling] panel.
Selecting a Tray Automatically for the Specified Paper
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [Print].
• Setting the MP Tray
• For Windows PCL Printer Driver
• For Windows PS Printer Driver
If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box, click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
• For Mac OS X
You can automatically select a tray (paper cassette (Tray 1/2/3)) or the MP tray that holds
paper of the same size that is set with the printer driver. Trays switch in accordance with the
[Tray Sequence] setting.
Be sure to set the paper size and weight for paper cassettes and the MP tray on the touch panel.
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
Setting the MP Tray
Set the MP tray as a target of the auto tray selection.
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Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
Press [Paper Setup].
Press [MP Tray].
Press [MP Tray Usage].
Press [Normal Tray].
[MP Tray Usage] is set to [Do Not Use] by factory default.
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Press [Back] until the home screen is displayed.
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
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Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
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Click [Preferences].
Switching to Another Paper Feed Tray Automatically When a
Tray Runs Out Of Paper
Select [Auto] from [Source] on the [Setup] tab.
• Setting Trays for the Auto Tray Switching
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
• For Windows PCL Printer Driver
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
• For Windows PS Printer Driver
• For Mac OS X
When the specified tray runs out of paper, the machine can continue to print from another
tray if paper of the same paper size and weight is loaded in the paper cassettes (Tray 1/2/3)
and the MP tray.
For Windows PS Printer Driver
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Open the file to print.
To use this function, enable the auto tray switching function on the touch panel first. Then, set
the auto tray switching function with the printer driver.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
For the paper settings of each tray used for the auto tray switch function, set the same values to the machine and printer
driver.
Select [Automatically Select] from [Paper Source] on the [Paper/Quality] tab.
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
Setting Trays for the Auto Tray Switching
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Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Select [Auto Select] from [All Pages From] on the [Paper Feed] panel.
Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
Press [Paper Setup].
Check that [Auto Tray Switch] is set to [ON].
• Pressing [Auto Tray Switch] switches between [ON] and [OFF].
• Trays switch in accordance with the [Tray Sequence] setting.
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [Print].
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Press [Back] until the home screen is displayed.
If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box, click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
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Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
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Click [Preferences].
If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box, click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
Click [Paper Feed Options] on the [Setup] tab.
Select the [Auto Tray Change] check box, and then click [OK].
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
For Windows PS Printer Driver
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Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
Click [Advanced] on the [Layout] tab.
Click [Tray Switch] and then select [ON].
Click [OK].
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
For Mac OS X
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Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Select [Print Options] from the panel menu.
Check the [Tray Switch] check box in the [Feed] tab.
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [Print].
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Changing the Default Settings with a Printer Driver
Saving Frequently-Used Settings in the Printer Driver to Use
You can use frequently-used printing settings as the printer driver's default settings.
• Registering Frequently-used Settings
• Printing with Registered Settings
This function is not available on Mac OS X.
Registering Frequently-used Settings
For Windows Printer Driver
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Click [Start], and then select [Devices and Printers].
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Set the printing settings to use as the driver's default settings.
You can save the printer driver settings.
This function is not available with the Windows PS printer driver.
Right-click the [OKI C542 *] icon, and then select [Printing Preferences].
* Select a driver type to use.
You can save up to 14 settings.
• Registering the Windows PCL Driver Settings
Click [OK].
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Click [Start], and then select [Devices and Printers].
Right-click the [OKI C542 PCL6] icon, and then select [Printing preferences].
Set the printing settings to save.
Click [Save] in [Driver Setting] on the [Setup] tab.
Enter a name to save the settings, and then click [OK].
Click [OK] to close the print setup dialog box.
• Registering the Mac OS X Printer Driver Settings
• The default settings on the [Page Setup] dialog box cannot be changed.
• The operation of the settings that are saved with a different printer driver cannot be guaranteed. Save the settings
with a name that you can distinguish.
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Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
2. Print
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Set the printing settings to save.
Storing Print Data in This Machine before Printing
Select [Save Current Settings as Preset] from [Presets].
• For Windows PCL Printer Driver
• For Windows PS Printer Driver
Enter a name to save the settings, and then click [OK].
• For Mac OS X
You can spool print jobs to the memory that is integrated in this machine. This allows you to
finish your work on your computer early, which makes it possible for your computer to
process other tasks while this machine is operating in the background.
Printing with Registered Settings
This function is not available with the Windows PS printer driver.
If you cannot store the spooled data due to insufficient free space in the internal memory of this machine, a message is
displayed to inform you that the file system is full, and the print job is not executed.
• For Windows PCL Driver
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Open the file to print.
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
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Click [Preferences].
Select a setting to use from [Driver Setting] on the [Setup] tab.
Click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
• For Mac OS X
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Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Select a setting to use from [Presets].
Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
Select the [Job Options] tab.
Click [Advanced].
Select [Job Spool], and select [On] for [Settings], and then click [OK].
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
For Windows PS Printer Driver
Click [Print].
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box] check box is deselected, the set preset is always applied.
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Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
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Select the [Job Options] tab.
Printing without Opening a PDF File (PDF Print Direct)
Click [Advanced].
You can send a PDF file to this machine to directly print it. With PDF Print Direct, you can
omit opening the PDF file with an application, such as Adobe Reader.
Check the [Job Spool] check box, and then click [OK].
• For Windows
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
• For Mac OS X
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
The paper size depends on the [PDF Paper Size] setting from [Device Settings] > [Admin Setup] > [Print Setup] > [PS
Setup] on the touch panel.
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Open the file to print.
For Windows, install PDF Print Direct beforehand.
List of Utility Software
From the [File] menu, select [Print].
Select the [Print Options] panel.
For Windows
Check the [Job Spool] check box in the [Quality 2] tab.
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Change other settings if necessary, and then click [Print].
If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box, click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
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Right-click a PDF file to print, and then select [PDF Print Direct].
Select a printer to use.
To set the user authentication function with the selected printer, select [User Auth] from
the [Printer Setting] menu.
To print an encrypted file, select the [Setting Password] check box, and then
enter the password.
If the same password is to be used again, click [Save Password].
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Change other settings if necessary, and then click [Print].
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Select [Printers & Scanners] in [System Preferences].
Check that the [OKI C542] icon is listed.
Drag the icon of the driver to the desktop or Dock.
Drag the file you want to print to the driver icon.
2. Print
Printing Data in USB Memory
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Press [Print From USB Memory].
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Press [Select Print File].
You can connect USB Memory to the printer and print saved data.
• Not all USB Memory is guaranteed to use. (USB Memory with security functions are not supported.)
• USB hubs and external USB HDDs are not supported.
• Encrypted PDF files are not supported.
• The following file systems are supported: FAT12, FAT16, FAT32.
• Supported file formats: PDF(v1.7), JPEG, PDF, TIFF(v6 baseline), XPS, PRN (PS, PCL, XPS)
• Up to 32 GB USB Memory is supported.
• Up to 100 files in supported file formats that are saved in USB Memory are displayed in the file list.
– If 100 or more files are saved in USB Memory, the file list is not displayed properly.
– USB Memory with a directory structure of 20 or more levels may not be read properly.
– A file path exceeding 240 characters may not be read correctly.
• You can print one file in USB Memory at a time.
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(PRINT) button.
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2. Print
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Cancelling a Print Job
Select the folder that has the file you want to print.
To cancel a print job from USB Memory, press the
(STOP) button on the operator panel.
You can cancel a print job until a message is displayed to inform you that printing is
complete.
The pages that are ready to be printed on this machine will be printed without changes.
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Set printing settings if necessary.
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Press the
(START) button.
When a message is displayed to inform you that you can remove USB
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2. Print
Printing Confidential Document
Encrypting the Print Data and Setting a Password Before
Printing (Private Print)
This section describes how to obtain print results in a confidential manner.
• Encrypting and Setting Password on a Computer
• Printing an Encrypted/Password-protected Document from This Machine
• Encrypting the Print Data and Setting a Password Before Printing (Private Print)
With the private print function, you can encrypt and password-protect private documents or
confidential documents and store to the machine to prevent other people from seeing them,
and then authenticate on the operator panel before printing them.
Since the print jobs are encrypted before sending, you can protect confidential information
from injustice access.
• If you cannot store the spooled data due to insufficient free space in the internal memory of this machine, a message
is displayed to inform you that the file system is full, and the print job is not executed.
• You cannot use this function with the poster printing function and the booklet printing function with the Windows PCL
printer driver if you share this machine via the print server.
• When you use this function, clear the [Job Spool] check box.
Storing Print Data in This Machine before Printing
Encrypting and Setting Password on a Computer
• For Windows PCL Printer Driver
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Open a file.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences].
Select the [Job Options] tab.
Select [Private Print] in [Job Type].
Enter a password in [Password].
Click [OK].
Set other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
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Click [Print] on the [Print] Screen.
The encrypted and password-protected print job is only sent to this machine, and it is
not printed yet.
• For Windows PS Printer Driver
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Change other settings if necessary, and then click [Print].
The encrypted and password-protected print job is only sent to this machine, and it is
not printed yet.
• The print job saved in the memory is automatically deleted if the printing is complete or not printed for a certain
period of time. If an error occurs while sending the data or the job is altered after being sent, the job is
automatically deleted.
Open a file.
• If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box, click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Printing an Encrypted/Password-protected Document from This Machine
Click [Advanced].
Print an encrypted and password-protected print job saved in the internal memory of this
machine.
Select the [Job Options] tab.
Select [Private Print] from [Job Type].
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Enter a password in [Password].
Click [OK].
Set other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
The encrypted and password-protected print job is only sent to this machine, and it is
not printed yet.
Press [Print] or the
(PRINT) button on the machine.
Press [Private Print].
When the user list is displayed, select the user name of your computer.
Enter the password that you set on the computer, and then press [OK].
When private print jobs are listed, press [Print] for the private jobs you want to
print. To print all displayed print jobs, private press [Print All].
Press [Delete] to delete specified private jobs.
Press [Delete All] to delete all private jobs in the list.
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Open a file.
From the [File] menu, select [Print].
Select [Secure Print] from the panel menu.
Select [Private Print] from [Job Type].
Enter a password in [Job Password].
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3
Maintenance
Replacing Maintenance Parts
Cleaning Each Part of the Machine
Updating Installed Drivers
Removing Installed Driver
Updating Firmware
Initializing Memory and Settings
This category describes consumable replacements and cleaning to ensure a comfortable use of the machine for a longer life.
3. Maintenance
Replacing Maintenance Parts
Replacing the Belt Unit
When the "Belt Unit Near Life" message appears on the display screen, prepare a
replacement belt unit. You can keep printing approximately 1,000 pages until the next
message appears.
This section describes how to replace maintenance parts.
• Replacing the Belt Unit
When the "Change Belt Unit" message appears, replace the belt unit.
• Replacing the Fuser Unit
The life expectancy of the belt unit is approximately 60,000 pages for A4 simplex printing
(three pages per job).
• The actual number of pages you can print with the belt unit depends on how you use it.
• Though opening and closing the output tray may extend the life of the belt unit somewhat, you should replace it soon
after the "Change Belt Unit" is displayed to prevent malfunction.
• If you replace the belt unit, use it until the end of its usable life. If you remove the belt unit and install and use another
one before its usable life has expired, the use life will not be correctly displayed.
• When the [Device Settings] > [Admin Setup] > [Manage Unit] > [System Setup] > [Near Life LED] is set to [Disable]
on the touch panel, the [Belt Unit Near Life] message does not appear.
• The image drum (the green tube) is very delicate. Handle it carefully.
• Do not expose the image drum to direct sunlight or very bright interior light (approximately more than 1,500 lux). Even
under the normal interior light, do not leave it for more than 5 minutes.
You can change the setting for displaying the "Belt Unit Near Life" message. Set from [Device Settings] > [Admin
Setup] > [User Install] > [Belt Near Life Timing] on the touch panel. Available values are from 500 to 3,000 (in 500
increments).
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Prepare a replacement belt unit.
3. Maintenance
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Press the open button (A) and open the output tray (a).
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Cover the image drums you took out with paper so that the image drums do
not expose to the light.
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Turn the lock levers (b) on the both sides of the belt unit forward to unlock.
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Remove the belt unit by holding the lock lever (b).
Possible to get burned.
The fuser unit is extremely hot. Do not touch it.
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Take all the four image drums out of the machine, and then place them on a
flat surface.
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Hold the lock levers (b) of a new belt unit and place the belt unit into the
machine.
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Turn the lock levers (b) on the both sides of the belt unit backward.
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Return all the four image drums to the machine.
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Close the output tray (a) slowly and push the center of the tray for
confirmation.
3. Maintenance
Replacing the Fuser Unit
Do not touch the LED head when closing the output tray.
When the "Fuser Unit Near Life" message appears on the display screen, prepare a
replacement fuser unit. You can keep printing approximately 1,000 pages until the next
message appears.
When the "Change Fuser Unit" message appears, replace the fuser unit.
The life expectancy of the fuser unit is up to 60,000 pages for A4 simplex printing.
• The actual number of pages you can print with the fuser unit depends on how you use it.
• Though opening and closing the output tray may extend the life of the fuser unit somewhat, you should replace it soon
after "Change Fuser Unit" is displayed to prevent malfunction.
• If you replace the fuser unit, use it until the end of its usable life. If you remove the fuser unit and install and use
another one before its usable life has expired, the use life will not be correctly displayed.
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• When the [Device Settings] > [Admin Setup] > [Manage Unit] > [System Setup] > [Near Life LED] is set to [Disable]
on the touch panel, the [Fuser Near Life.] message does not appear.
Please recycle belt unit.
• Do not expose the image drum to direct sunlight or very bright interior light (approximately more than 1,500 lux). Even
under the normal interior light, do not leave it for more than 5 minutes.
If you must dispose of a belt unit, put it in a plastic bag or similar container and dispose of it in accordance with
your municipality's ordinances or guidelines.
You can change the setting for displaying the "Fuser Unit Near Life" message. Set from [Device Settings] > [Admin
Setup] > [User Install] > [Fuser Near Life Timing] on the touch panel. Available values are from 500 to 3,000 (in 500
increments).
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Prepare a new fuser unit.
3. Maintenance
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Press the open button (A) and open the output tray (a).
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Hold the fuser unit handle (c) and lift the fuser unit out of the machine.
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Push the blue lever on the new fuser unit and remove the orange safety
stopper.
Possible to get burned.
Since the fuser unit gets hot, carry out the operation carefully, and when lifting it up you
must hold it by the handle. Do not try to hold it whilst it is hot. Wait until it has cooled
down and then carry out the operation.
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Tilt forward the fuser unit lock levers (b) to unlock.
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Hold the handle of a new fuser unit, align the fuser unit to the grooves behind
the toner cartridges, place the fuser unit into the machine.
Do not touch the LED head when closing the output tray.
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Tilt back the fuser unit lock levers (b) to lock.
Please recycle fuser unit.
If you must dispose of a fuser unit, put it in a plastic bag or similar container and dispose of it in accordance with
your municipality's ordinances or guidelines.
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Close the output tray (a) slowly and push the center of the tray for
confirmation.
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3. Maintenance
Cleaning Each Part of the Machine
Cleaning the Surface of the Machine
This section describes how to clean the machine and parts.
• Do not use benzine, thinners, or alcohol, because they may damage the plastic parts of the machine.
• Do not lubricate the machine with oil. Do not apply oil.
• Cleaning the Surface of the Machine
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• Cleaning the Paper Feed Rollers (Tray 1/Tray 2/Tray 3)
• Cleaning the Paper Feed Rollers (MP Tray)
Turn the machine off.
Turning the Machine Off (User's Manual)
• Cleaning the LED Head (User's Manual)
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Wipe the surface of the machine with a soft cloth that has been slightly
moistened with water or neutral detergent and then squeezed well.
Do not use other than water or neutral detergent.
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Dry the surface of the machine with a dry soft cloth.
3. Maintenance
Cleaning the Paper Feed Rollers (Tray 1/Tray 2/Tray 3)
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Wipe the separation roller on the paper cassette with a wet cloth that has been
wrung out well.
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Load paper in the paper cassette and insert the paper cassette into this
machine.
Clean the separation roller in the paper cassette and the paper feed rollers inside the
machine.
An example of Tray 1 is covered in the following procedure, and the same procedure applies
to Tray 2/3.
1
Pull out the paper cassette.
2
Wipe the two paper feed rollers inside the machine with a wet cloth that has
been wrung out well.
3
Remove paper loaded in the paper cassette.
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3. Maintenance
Cleaning the Paper Feed Rollers (MP Tray)
2
Slightly lifting the MP tray (a), press the right arm (b) inward, then unlock the
tab (c).
3
In the same manner, slightly lifting the MP tray, press the left arm inward, then
unlock the tab.
4
Open the paper set cover (d) until it touches to the machine body.
Clean the paper feed rollers in the MP tray.
1
Open the MP tray (a) forward by inserting your fingers into the front recess.
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3. Maintenance
5
Wipe the feeding rollers.
6
Keep pressing the center of the MP tray, wipe the separation roller (e) with a
wet cloth that has been wrung out well.
7
Close the separation roller cover (f).
8
While pressing the right arm (b) on the MP tray (a) inward, slightly lift the MP
tray (a) and hook the tab (c).
Closing the MP tray without putting the tab back in place may crack the paper set cover. Be sure to put it back in
place.
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In the same manner, while pressing the left arm on the MP tray inward, slightly
lift the MP tray and hook the tab.
3. Maintenance
10
Close the MP tray (a).
If the MP tray cannot be closed, press the paper setting part of the MP tray downward
to put the paper set cover back in place.
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3. Maintenance
Updating Installed Drivers
Updating the Printer Driver (Windows)
This section describes how to update diriver that is installed in a computer. You must have
the administrator rights for the computer to complete this procedure.
Check details on the latest driver on the Oki Data Web site.
• Updating the Printer Driver (Windows)
You must log in as the administrator to perform this procedure.
• Updating the Printer Driver (Mac OS X)
1
Double-click the downloaded file.
If the [User Account Control] dialog box is displayed, click [Yes].
2
3
4
Select a language, and then click [OK].
Read the license agreement, and then click [Agree].
Install the driver by following the instructions.
If the driver of the previous version is already installed, the screen to select updating
will be displayed. Follow the instructions.
Also, rebooting the computer may be required before updating the driver.
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If the [Program Capability Assistant] dialog box is displayed after installation,
be sure to click [This program installed correctly].
3. Maintenance
Updating the Printer Driver (Mac OS X)
Check details on the latest driver on the Oki Data Web site.
You must log in as the administrator to perform this procedure.
1
Remove the driver.
Removing the Printer Driver (Mac OS X)
2
Install a new driver.
Installing a Driver and Software to a Computer (User's Manual)
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3. Maintenance
Removing Installed Driver
Removing the Printer Driver (Windows)
This section describes how to remove the diriver that is installed in a computer. You must
have the administrator rights for the computer to complete this procedure.
• You must log in as the administrator to perform this procedure.
• Restart the computer before removing the driver.
1
2
• Removing the Printer Driver (Windows)
• Removing the Printer Driver (Mac OS X)
Click [Start], and then select [Devices and Printers].
Right-click the [OKI C542] icon, and then select [Remove device].
If the icons are grouped, select [Remove Print Queue] > [OKI C542 *].
* Refers to the driver type to remove (ex. PCL6/PS/XPS)
3
When a confirmation message is displayed, click [Yes].
When a message is displayed to inform you of the device in use, restart a computer, and then repeat steps 1 to 2.
4
Select an icon in [Printers and Faxes], and then click [Print server properties]
on the top bar.
5
6
7
8
Select the [Drivers] tab.
9
10
If [Change Driver Settings] is displayed, click it.
Select a driver to remove, and then click [Remove].
When a message is displayed to ask you to select whether you want to
remove the driver only or the driver and package from the system, select to
remove the driver and package, and then click [OK].
When a confirmation message is displayed, click [Yes].
When the [Remove Driver Package] dialog box is displayed, click [Delete] >
[OK].
If removal is rejected, restart the computer, and then repeat steps 4 to 10.
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Click [Close] in the [Print Server Properties] dialog box.
Restart the computer.
3. Maintenance
Removing the Printer Driver (Mac OS X)
• For OS X 10.9 to 10.11
• For OS X 10.8.5
You must log in as the administrator to perform this procedure.
For OS X 10.9 to 10.11
1
2
3
Select [System Preferences] from the Apple menu.
4
5
6
7
Close the [Printers & Scanners] dialog box.
8
Remove the "Software DVD-ROM" from the computer.
Select [Printers & Scanners].
Select a device to remove, and then click [-].
If a confirmation message is displayed, click [Delete Printer].
Insert the "Software DVD-ROM" into a computer.
Double-click [OKI] > [Drivers] > [PS] > [Uninstaller].
Follow the on-screen instructions, enter the administrator password, and then
click [OK] until the uninstallation procedure is complete.
For OS X 10.8.5
1
2
3
Select [System Preferences] from the Apple menu.
4
Close the [Print & Scan] dialog box.
Select [Print & Scan].
Select a device to remove, and then click [-].
If a confirmation message is displayed, click [Delete Printer].
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5
6
7
Insert the "Software DVD-ROM" into a computer.
8
Remove the "Software DVD-ROM" from the computer.
Double-click [OKI] > [Drivers] > [PS] > [Uninstaller].
Follow the on-screen instructions, enter the administrator password, and then
click [OK] until the uninstallation procedure is complete.
3. Maintenance
Updating Firmware
You can update the firmware of your machine to the latest version through the Internet.
For details, visit the Oki data web site.
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3. Maintenance
Initializing Memory and Settings
Initializing Flash Memory
This section describes how to initialize memory and settings saved in the machine.
When you initialize flash memory, the following data is deleted.
• The job data saved with [Shared Print] or [Private Print].
• Initializing Flash Memory
• Form data
• Initializing the Settings of the Device
1
2
3
Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
4
5
6
7
8
9
Press
Press
or
several times and press [Admin Setup].
Enter the administrator name and password and press [OK].
The factory default administrator name and password are "admin" and "999999"
respectively.
or
several times and press [Manage Unit].
Press [Storage Maintenance Setup].
Press [Initial Lock] to change the display to [Disable].
Press [Back].
Press [Flash Memory Setup].
Press [Initialize] or [Format].
Select from 2 ways of initializing memory.
• [Initialize]: Initializes the range of open area of Flash (displayed on File List).
• [Format Partition]: Initializes user information.You can format the PCL/Common/PS partitions respectively.
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Press [Yes] on the confirmation screen.
3. Maintenance
Initializing the Settings of the Device
You can return the configured settings of the device the following settings will return to the
factory default settings.
• When you initialize the settings of the device, the following data is deleted.
- Admin Password
- Paper Setup settings
- Print Setup settings
- Data saved to shortcut keys
- Data saved to the home screen
- Manage Unit settings
- User Install settings
1
2
3
Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
4
5
Press
Press
or
several times and press [Admin Setup].
Enter the administrator name and password and press [OK].
The factory default administrator name and password are "admin" and "999999"
respectively.
or
several times and press [Manage Unit].
Press [Reset Settings].
A message is displayed confirming you that continuing automatically restarts the
system. Select [Yes] to continue.
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4
Troubleshooting
If the STATUS Button on the Operator Panel Lights Up or Flashes
Print Problems
About Problems with Printing Results
Problems about Software
Problems on the Machine or Paper
AirPrint Problems
Google Cloud Print Problems
4. Troubleshooting
If the STATUS Button on the Operator Panel Lights Up
or Flashes
If any problem occurs in this machine, the
(STATUS) button lights up or flashes. Press
the
(STATUS) button, and check the problem status.
1
2
3
Press the
(STATUS) button.
Press [System Status].
Select an item.
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4. Troubleshooting
Print Problems
Network Connection Problems
• Common to Windows and Mac OS X
This section describes problems with printing from a computer.
Cause
Using a cross cable.
• If you cannot solve a problem with the following solutions, contact your dealer.
Solution
Use a straight cable.
Reference
-
The machine was turned on before a Connect cables before turning the
cable was connected.
machine on.
• For problems caused by an application, contact the manufacturer of the application.
There is a problem with the
compatibility with the hub.
On the touch panel, press [Device
Settings], select [Admin Setup] >
[Network Menu] > [Network Setup] >
[Network Setting] > [HUB Link
Setting], and then change the setting.
The network connection setting is
incorrect.
To connect to a wired network, set
[Wired] for the network connection to
[Enable].
• Unable to Print (User's Manual)
• Network Connection Problems
• Wireless LAN Connection Problems
• USB Connection Problems
Connecting This Machine to a
Computer (User's Manual)
Connecting This Machine to a
Computer (User's Manual)
• For Windows
Cause
The IP address is incorrect.
All pages are not printed.
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Solution
Reference
• Check that the same IP address is
set for the machine and the
machine's port setting on the
computer.
• Check that the IP address is not
duplicated by another device.
• Check that the correct IP address,
subnet mask, and gateway address
are set.
• If using OKI LPR Utility, check the
IP address setting with OKI LPR
Utility.
If you are using the WSD port,
change it to the standard TCP/IP
port.
Easy Setup
OKI LPR Utility
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4. Troubleshooting
• For Windows
Wireless LAN Connection Problems
Cause
• Common to Windows and Mac OS X
Cause
The network connection setting is
incorrect.
Solution
• [Wireless(Infrastructure)] and
[Wireless(AP Mode)] cannot be
enabled at the same time.
• To connect using
[Wireless(Infrastructure)], set
[Wireless(AP Mode)] to [Disable],
and then set
[Wireless(Infrastructure)] to
[Enable].
• To connect using [Wireless(AP
Mode)], set
[Wireless(Infrastructure)] to
[Disable], and then set
[Wireless(AP Mode)] to [Enable].
[Wireless(Infrastructure)] Not
• Check that the wireless access
point power is switched on.
connected to a wireless access point.
• Check the wireless access point
(If wireless LAN module is fitted)
settings, and then try the manual
settings or automatic settings.
• Restart the wireless LAN function.
• On the touch panel, press [Device
Settings], select [Admin Setup] >
[Network Menu] > [Network Setup]
> [Wireless (Infrastructure) Setting],
and then select [Wireless
reconnection].
• Install this machine in a place with
a good view and near a wireless
access point. (We suggest that the
distance between the machine and
the access point be 30 m or less.)
If there is metal, aluminum sash, or
a reinforced concrete wall between
the machine and wireless access
points, connections may be harder
to be established.
Do not place any electric
appliances that emit weak radio
waves (such as microwaves or
digital cordless telephones) close to
the machine.
[Wireless(AP Mode)] No wireless
devices (computers, tablets,
smartphones) are connected.
• Make sure that [Wireless(AP
Mode)] on the machine is set to
[Enable].
• Confirm the SSID/password for the
machine and try Manual Setup.
• Make a setting in a location near
the machine with good visibility.
• Up to four devices can be
connected to the machine via the
wireless LAN (AP mode). The fifth
device will be rejected. Disconnect
at least one device and try again.
The IP address is incorrect.
Reference
Connecting This Machine to a
Computer (User's Manual)
All pages are not printed.
Connecting This Machine to a
Computer (User's Manual)
Connecting This Machine to a
Computer (User's Manual)
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Solution
Reference
• Check that the same IP address is
set for the machine and the
machine's port setting on the
computer.
• Check that the IP address is not
duplicated by another device.
• Check that the correct IP address,
subnet mask, and gateway address
are set.
• If using OKI LPR Utility, check the
IP address setting with OKI LPR
Utility.
If you are using the WSD port,
change it to the standard TCP/IP
port.
Easy Setup
OKI LPR Utility
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4. Troubleshooting
USB Connection Problems
• Common to Windows and Mac OS X
Cause
Solution
An unsupported USB cable is used.
Use a USB 2.0 cable.
A USB hub is used.
Directly connect the machine to the
computer.
A printer driver is not installed
correctly.
Reinstall the printer driver.
Reference
Connecting with a USB Cable
(User's Manual)
Installing a Driver and Software
to a Computer (User's Manual)
• For Windows
Cause
Solution
The machine is offline.
Right-click the [OKI C542 *] icon on the [Devices and Printers] folder, and
then select [See print jobs] (If the
icons are grouped, select [See print
jobs] > [OKI C542 *]).
* Indicates the driver type. (ex. PCL
6/PS/XPS)
In the dialog box, select the [Printer]
menu and then clear the check of
[Use Printer Offline].
A switch, buffer, extension cable, or
USB hub is used.
Directly connect the machine to the
computer.
Reference
Connecting with a USB Cable
(User's Manual)
Another printer driver that works
Remove the other printer driver from when connected via a USB interface the computer.
is installed.
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4. Troubleshooting
About Problems with Printing Results
Table of Problems with Printing Results
This section describes problems with print results.
Table of Examples of Problems
Vertical White Lines Appear
Click the corresponding symptom and check the remedy.
Printed Images are Fading Vertically
If you cannot solve a problem with the following solutions, contact your dealer.
• Table of Problems with Printing Results
• Vertical White Lines Appear
Paper feeding direction
Paper feeding direction
• Printed Images are Fading Vertically
Printed Images are Light
White Spots and Lines Appear
Dew Condensation Appears on Printed Paper
Vertical Lines Appear
• Printed Images are Light
• White Spots and Lines Appear
• Dew Condensation Appears on Printed Paper
• Vertical Lines Appear
• Horizontal Lines and Spots Appear Periodically
• White Area on Paper is Lightly Stained
• The Periphery of Characters is Smudged
• The Entire Paper Area is Lightly Stained When Printing on Envelopes or Coated Paper
• Toner Comes Off When Printed Paper is Rubbed
• Uneven Gloss
• Black or White Dots Appear
• Dirt is Printed
• The Entire Page is Printed Black
• Nothing is Printed
Paper feeding direction
• White Patches Appear
Horizontal Lines and Spots Appear Periodically
• The Peripheral Area of the Page is Dirty
• Color of the printed image is not what you expect
• Solid printing of CMY 100% is too light
Paper feeding direction
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White Area on Paper is Lightly Stained
4. Troubleshooting
Table of Examples of Problems
The Periphery of Characters is Smudged
The Entire Paper Area is Lightly Stained When Printing on
Envelopes or Coated Paper
Toner Comes Off When Printed Paper is Rubbed
Uneven Gloss
Black or White Dots Appear
Dirt is Printed
The Entire Page is Printed Black
Nothing is Printed
White Patches Appear
The Peripheral Area of the Page is Dirty
Table of Examples of Problems
Color of the printed image is not what you expect
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Solid printing of CMY 100% is too light
4. Troubleshooting
Vertical White Lines Appear
Cause
Printed Images are Fading Vertically
Solution
The LED head is dirty.
Wipe the LED head with a soft tissue
paper.
The toner is low.
If "Toner Low" or "Toner Empty.
Replace with new Toner Cartridge."
appears, replace the toner cartridge.
The lightproof film of the image drum
is dirty.
Wipe the lightproof film with a soft
tissue paper.
The image drum is not installed
properly.
Install the image drum properly.
There may be foreign objects in the
image drum.
Replace the image drum.
Reference
Cause
Cleaning the LED Head (User's
Manual)
Replacing the Toner Cartridges
(User's Manual)
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Replacing the Image Drum
(User's Manual)
Replacing the Image Drum
(User's Manual)
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Solution
The LED head is dirty.
Wipe the LED head with a soft tissue
paper.
The toner is low.
If "Toner Low" or "Toner Empty.
Replace with new Toner Cartridge."
appears, replace the toner cartridge.
The paper is unsuitable.
Use recommended paper.
Reference
Cleaning the LED Head (User's
Manual)
Replacing the Toner Cartridges
(User's Manual)
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
4. Troubleshooting
Printed Images are Light
Cause
White Spots and Lines Appear
Solution
Reference
The toner is low.
If "Toner Low" or "Toner Empty.
Replace with new Toner Cartridge."
appears, replace the toner cartridge.
Replacing the Toner Cartridges
(User's Manual)
The paper is damp.
Use paper stored under proper
temperature and humidity conditions.
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
The paper is unsuitable.
Use recommended paper.
The settings of the media weight is
incorrect.
On the touch panel, press [Device
Settings], select [Paper Setup] > the
paper tray you are using, and then
select the proper values for [Media
Type] and [Media Weight]. Or, select a
thicker values for [Media Weight].
Recycled paper is used.
On the touch panel, press [Device
Settings], and then select [Paper
Setup] > the paper tray you are using,
and then make the [Media Weight]
value thicker.
Cause
The paper is damp or dry.
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
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Solution
Use paper stored under proper
temperature and humidity conditions.
Reference
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
4. Troubleshooting
Dew Condensation Appears on Printed Paper
Cause
Solution
The paper is damp.
Use paper stored under proper
temperature and humidity conditions.
The machine is printing when the
temperature and humidity conditions
are high.
Use the machine under proper
temperature and humidity conditions.
Vertical Lines Appear
Reference
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
Installation Requirements (User's
Manual)
Cause
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Solution
The toner is low.
If "Toner Low" or "Toner Empty.
Replace with new Toner Cartridge."
appears, replace the toner cartridge.
The image drum is damaged.
Replace the image drum.
Reference
Replacing the Toner Cartridges
(User's Manual)
Replacing the Image Drum
(User's Manual)
4. Troubleshooting
Horizontal Lines and Spots Appear Periodically
Cause
If the intervals of lines or spots are
approximately 94 mm (3.7 inches), the
green tube of the image drum is
damaged or dirty.
If the intervals of lines or spots are
approximately 30 mm (1.2 inches),
there may be foreign objects in the
image drum.
Solution
Reference
Lightly wipe the image drum with a
soft tissue paper.
Replace the image drum if it is
damaged.
Open and close the output tray, and
then print again.
The image drum has been exposed to Place the image drum back into the
light.
machine, and then do not use for a
few hours. If the problem persists,
replace the image drum.
White Area on Paper is Lightly Stained
Cause
Replacing the Image Drum
(User's Manual)
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Replacing the Image Drum
(User's Manual)
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Solution
The paper has a static charge.
Use paper stored under proper
temperature and humidity conditions.
The paper is too thick.
Use thinner paper.
The toner is low.
If "Toner Low" or "Toner Empty.
Replace with new Toner Cartridge."
appears, replace the toner cartridge.
Reference
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
Replacing the Toner Cartridges
(User's Manual)
4. Troubleshooting
The Periphery of Characters is Smudged
Cause
Solution
The LED head is dirty.
Wipe the LED head with a soft tissue
paper.
The paper is unsuitable.
Use recommended paper.
The paper is damp.
Replace the damp paper with new
paper.
The Entire Paper Area is Lightly Stained When Printing on
Envelopes or Coated Paper
Cause
Reference
Solution
The toner may stick to the whole area This is not a malfunction.
of the envelope or coated paper.
Coated paper is not recommended.
Cleaning the LED Head (User's
Manual)
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
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Reference
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4. Troubleshooting
Toner Comes Off When Printed Paper is Rubbed
Cause
Solution
The settings of the media type and
weight are incorrect.
On the touch panel, press [Device
Settings], select [Paper Setup] > the
paper tray you are using, and then
select the proper values for [Media
Weight]. Or, select a thicker value for
[Media Weight].
Recycled paper is used.
On the touch panel, press [Device
Settings], select [Paper Setup] > the
paper tray you are using, and then
select a thicker value for [Media
Weight].
The envelope lever remains attached. Remove the envelope lever.
The safety stopper remains attached
to the fuser unit.
Remove the orange safety stopper
attached to the new fuser unit.
Uneven Gloss
Reference
Cause
The settings of the media type and
weight are incorrect.
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
Printing on Envelopes
Replacing the Fuser Unit
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Solution
On the touch panel, press [Device
Settings], select [Paper Setup] > the
paper tray you are using, and then
select the proper value for [Media
Weight]. Or, select a thicker value for
[Media Weight].
Reference
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
4. Troubleshooting
Black or White Dots Appear
Cause
Dirt is Printed
Solution
The paper is unsuitable.
Use recommended paper.
If the intervals of lines or spots are
approximately 94 mm (3.7 inches), the
green tube of the image drum is
damaged or dirty.
Lightly wipe the image drum with a
soft tissue paper.
Replace the image drum if it is
damaged.
Reference
Cause
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
Replacing the Image Drum
(User's Manual)
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Solution
The paper is damp.
Replace the damp paper with new
paper.
The paper is unsuitable.
Use recommended paper.
Reference
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
4. Troubleshooting
The Entire Page is Printed Black
Cause
A malfunction may occur in the
machine.
Nothing is Printed
Solution
Contact your dealer.
Reference
Cause
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Solution
Two or more sheets of paper are fed
at the same time.
Fan the paper well and load the paper
again.
A malfunction may occur in the
machine.
Contact your dealer.
Reference
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
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4. Troubleshooting
White Patches Appear
Cause
The Peripheral Area of the Page is Dirty
Solution
The paper is damp.
Replace the damp paper with new
paper.
The paper is unsuitable.
Use recommended paper.
Reference
Cause
The document is not reduced at the
rate that suits the paper size.
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
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Solution
Reduce the document at the rate that
suits the paper size.
Reference
Enlarging or Reducing to Fit the
Specified Paper Size
4. Troubleshooting
Color of the printed image is not what you expect
Cause
Solution
The toner is low.
If "Toner Low" or "Toner Empty.
Replace with new Toner Cartridge."
appears, replace the toner cartridge.
The setting of [Black Finish] is not
suitable for the application.
On the printer driver, select
[Composite Black (CMYK)] of [True
Black (K)] for [Black Finish].
The color adjustment has been
modified.
Do color matching from the printer
driver.
The color balance is out of
adjustment.
On the touch panel, press [Device
Settings] > [Admin Setup] > [Color
Setup], and adjust density or color
balance.
Color registration is out of alignment.
Open and close the output tray. Or, on
the touch panel, press [Device
Settings] > [Admin Setup] > [Color
Setup], and then [Adjust Registration].
Solid printing of CMY 100% is too light
Reference
Replacing the Toner Cartridges
(User's Manual)
About Screens and Functions of
Each Printer Driver (User's
Manual)
Cause
Using Color Matching on Printer
Driver
[CMY100% Density] is set to
[Disable].
Correcting Density Manually
Adjusting Color Balance
(Density)
Print Setup
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Solution
On the touch panel, press [Device
Settings] > [Admin Setup] > [Color
Setup] > [CMY100% Density], and
then select [Enable].
Reference
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4. Troubleshooting
Problems about Software
Problems on Configuration Tool
• [User Setting] tab
This section describes problems with software.
• Cloning
Symptom
• Problems on Configuration Tool
• Problems on a Web Browser
• Printer Problems on a Windows PC
Cause/Solution
Reference
A copy destination device
is not displayed on the
screen.
The model name of the copy destination device is
different.
Cloning functions only between the devices with the
same model name.
Check the model name of the copy destination device.
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If multiple devices are
specified as copy
destinations, copying
cannot be made to some
of the devices.
The entered administrator password is different from
the administrator password of the device to which
copying cannot be made.
Check the administrator password of the device to
which copying cannot be made.
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• [Alert Info] tab
Symptom
Cannot enable an alert on
the [Alert Info(Detect and
notify of device events)]
screen
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Cause/Solution
[Save the Log setup] in this machine is disabled.
Follow the procedure below:
1. On the touch panel, press [Device Settings], select
[Admin Setup] > [Manage Unit] > [Job Log Setup] >
[Save Job Log], and then select [Enable].
2. Press [Yes] on the confirmation screen to reboot the
machine.
3. Click [Update device] on the [Alert Info(Detect and
notify of device events)] screen.
Reference
Manage Unit
4. Troubleshooting
Problems on a Web Browser
Symptom
Unable to connect with the
machine
Cause/Solution
A LAN cable is unplugged.
Check that the cable is plugged into the machine and
computer properly.
The IP address is incorrect.
Check the IP address of the machine and enter it correctly.
Printer Problems on a Windows PC
Reference
• If you cannot solve a problem with the following solutions, contact your dealer.
Connecting This
Machine to a Computer
(User's Manual)
• For problems caused by an application, contact the manufacturer of the application.
• USB Connection Problems
Open the Web Page of
This Machine
Symptom
Cause/solution
Reference
An icon for the machine is not
The printer driver is not installed
created on the [Devices and Printers] correctly.
folder.
Reinstall the printer driver correctly.
When a printer driver is already
installed, another printer driver
cannot be installed.
Perform [Custom Install] by following
the procedure described in the
reference.
The [Unable to install printer driver]
error message is displayed.
Use Plug-and-Play. Follow the
procedure below:
1. Check that the machine and
computer are turned off.
2. Connect a USB cable.
3. Turn the machine on.
4. Turn the computer on.
5. When the [Found New Hardware
Wizard] is displayed, follow the onscreen instructions to complete the
setup.
Installing a Driver and Software
to a Computer (User's Manual)
Installing Software
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• Printer Driver/Utility Problems
Symptom
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Cause/solution
[Help] is not displayed.
The Help function is not supported.
The [User Account Control] dialog box is displayed.
When you start an installer or utility, the [User Account
Control] dialog may be displayed. Click [Yes] or
[Continue] to run the installer or utility as the
administrator. If you click [No], the installer or utility does
not start.
The [Program Capability Assistant] dialog box is
displayed.
If the [Program Capability Assistant] dialog box is
displayed after installation (including if you stop
installation before it is complete), be sure to click [This
program installed].
4. Troubleshooting
Problems on the Machine or Paper
Problems on the Machine
This section describes problems with the machine and paper.
If you cannot solve a problem with the following solutions, contact your dealer.
• Nothing is displayed on the display screen after turning the machine on.
• Problems on the Machine
• Problems on Document and Paper
Cause
• If a Power Failure Occurs
Solution
Reference
The power cord is unplugged.
Turn the machine off, and then plug
in the power cord firmly.
The power is out.
Check whether the power is supplied to the outlet.
• Before Relinquishing Your Device
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• The machine does not operate.
Cause
Solution
The power cord is not firmly plugged Plug in the power cord firmly.
in.
The machine is turned off.
Reference
-
Turn the machine on.
Turning the Machine On (User's
Manual)
• The power switch LED lamp quickly flashes at approximately 0.3-second
intervals.
Cause
A malfunction may occur in the
machine.
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Solution
Unplug the power cord immediately,
and then contact your dealer.
Reference
-
4. Troubleshooting
• The power switch LED lamp and the
(POWER SAVE) button light and
nothing is displayed on the touch panel.
Cause
Solution
The screen saver screen is displayed Touch the touch panel.
on the touch panel.
• Nothing is displayed on the touch panel.
Cause
The machine is in Sleep mode or
Deep Sleep mode.
Reference
-
• The output tray cannot be closed.
Cause
Reference
Saving Power Consumption with
the Power Save Function
(User's Manual)
• Print data is not sent.
Solution
The belt unit and image drums are
not properly installed.
Remove the four image drums, and
then remove and correctly reinstall
the belt unit.
The blue lever of the toner cartridge
is not set to the proper position.
Turn the blue levers until their tops
align with the protrusions in the back
of the toner cartridges.
Reference
Cause
Replacing the Belt Unit
Replacing the Toner Cartridges
(User's Manual)
Solution
Reference
A LAN cable or USB cable is
damaged.
Connect a new cable.
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The time-out period set on the
computer has elapsed.
Set a longer time-out period.
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• There is an abnormal sound.
• The machine does not start printing.
Cause
Solution
Check the
(POWER SAVE) button
flashes, and then start the machine
by pressing the
(POWER SAVE)
button.
Cause
Solution
Reference
An error is displayed.
Check the error code, and then follow
the on-screen instructions.
A LAN cable or USB cable is
unplugged.
Plug in a LAN cable or USB cable
firmly.
There may be a problem with a LAN
cable or USB cable.
Use another LAN cable or USB
cable.
-
A LAN cable or USB cable does not
meet the standard.
• Use a USB 2.0 cable.
• Use an Ethernet 10BASE-T/
100BASE-TX cable.
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There may be a problem with the
print function.
On the touch panel, press [Device
Settings], select [Reports] >
[Configuration], and print out the
configuration list to check the printing
performance.
Error Message List (User's
Manual)
Connecting This Machine to a
Computer (User's Manual)
Place the machine on a flat surface.
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There are waste paper or foreign
objects inside the machine.
Check inside the machine, and then
remove any objects.
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The output tray is opened.
Close the output tray.
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• There is a buzzing sound.
The machine is printing on heavy or
light paper when the temperature
inside is high.
Checking the Information of the
Machine
A printer driver is not selected.
Set the printer driver of the machine
as the default printer.
Solution
This is not a malfunction. You can
proceed with the operation.
Reference
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• The machine does not start printing immediately.
Cause
On the touch panel, press [Device
Settings], select [Admin Setup] >
[Network Menu] > [Network Setup] >
[Network Setting], and then enable
the communication protocol that you
are using.
Reference
The machine is inclined.
Cause
A communication protocol is
disabled.
Solution
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Reference
You can set to extend the time of
period for entering Power Save
mode, Sleep mode or Deep Sleep
mode by following the procedure
below.
On the touch panel, press [Device
Settings], and then select [Manage
Unit] > [Power Save] > [Power Save
Time] or [Sleep Time].
The machine may be cleaning the
image drum.
Wait for a while.
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The machine is adjusting the
temperature of the fuser unit.
Wait for a while.
-
-
The output port of the printer driver is Specify the output port for connecting incorrect.
a LAN cable or USB cable.
Solution
The machine is warming up to exit
Power Save, Sleep mode, or Deep
Sleep mode.
Saving Power Consumption with
the Power Save Function
(User's Manual)
4. Troubleshooting
Cause
Solution
The machine is processing data from Wait until printing is completed.
another interface.
• The printer driver is not correctly displayed.
Reference
-
Cause
The printer driver may not be
operating correctly.
• Printing stops halfway.
Cause
The temperature inside the machine
rises due to continuous printing for a
long time, resulting in the
temperature being adjusted.
Solution
Reference
Solution
• The machine turns off automatically.
Reference
-
• Free space in memory is insufficient.
Cause
The print data is complicated.
Cause
Solution
If the machine is not used for a
certain period of time (the factory
default is 4 hours), the machine turns
off automatically. This function is
called Auto Power Off.
On the touch panel, press [Device
Settings], select [Admin Setup] >
[User Install] > [Power Setup] > [Auto
Power Off], and then disable the
function.
Reference
Cause
-
The WSD port is used.
Solution
Change the print port to Standard
TCP/IP Port.
Reference
-
• Printing is slow.
Cause
Solution
Printing process is also processed in Use a computer with faster
the computer.
processing speed.
Reference
-
You have selected [Fine / Detail
(1200x1200)] on the [Job Options]
tab of the printer driver.
Select [Nomal (600x600)] or [Draft
(600x600)] on the [Job Options] tab
of the printer driver.
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The print data is complicated.
Simplify the print data.
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Solution
The IP address is incorrect.
Check the IP address to the machine,
and then enter proper value.
The LAN cable is disconnected.
Make sure that the LAN cable is
securely connected.
• All pages are not printed.
Cause
Reference
Saving Power Consumption with
the Power Save Function
(User's Manual)
• The web page does not open.
Solution
Simplify the print data.
Removing the Printer Driver
(Windows)
Installing Software
• The specified settings such as the time setting have been erased.
Cause
Reference
Removing the Printer Driver
(Mac OS X)
Wait for a while.
When the machine reaches the
suitable temperature, printing restarts
automatically.
The machine is left turned off for a
The battery may reach its lifetime.
long time, or turn the machine on and Contact your dealer.
off every time you use the machine.
Solution
Uninstall the printer driver, and then
install it again.
Reference
Open the Web Page of This
Machine
Connecting This Machine to a
Computer (User's Manual)
4. Troubleshooting
• Paper is not fed.
Problems on Document and Paper
Cause
If you cannot solve a problem with the following solutions, contact your dealer.
• Paper often jams. Multiple sheets of paper are pulled in at the same time.
Paper is pulled in at an angle.
Cause
Solution
Place the machine on a flat surface.
The paper is too light or too heavy.
The paper is too light or too heavy.
Use the appropriate paper for the
machine.
The paper is damp or has a static
charge.
Use paper stored under proper
temperature and humidity conditions.
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
The paper is wrinkled, folded, or
curled.
Use the appropriate paper for the
machine. Fix the curled paper.
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
Fan a stack of the paper well, and
then align the edges of the paper.
There is only one sheet of paper in
the tray.
Load multiple sheets of paper.
You added new paper onto the paper Remove the already loaded paper,
that is already loaded in the tray.
stack up it onto the new paper, and
then align the edges of all the paper.
Paper is loaded at an angle.
For Tray 1 and Tray 2/3, adjust the
paper guide and paper stopper to the
paper.
For the MP tray, adjust the manual
feeding paper guide to the paper.
Envelopes are loaded in the wrong
direction.
Load the envelopes correctly.
Paper, envelopes, or labels whose
Load the paper, envelopes, or labels
weight is 221 to 256 g/m2(56 to 95 lb) whose weight is 221 to 256 g/m2(56
is loaded in Tray 1 and Tray 2/3.
to 95 lb) is in the MP tray.
The rear output tray is not closed
firmly.
Close the rear output tray firmly.
The manual feeding is specified on
the printer driver.
Load paper in the MP tray, and then
select [Start] on the operator panel.
Alternatively, disable the [Use MP
tray as manual feed] setting on the
printer driver.
Printing Manually One by One
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• Paper is not fed from Tray 2/3 (optional).
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
Cause
Tray 2/3 is not set with the printer
driver.
Solution
Reference
Set Tray 2/3 with the printer driver.
Installing the Additional Tray
Unit (User's Manual)
• Even after the jammed paper was removed, the machine does not work.
The back side of the paper is printed. The paper that has been printed once cannot be used in Tray 1 and Tray 2/
3.
Load the paper in the MP tray for
printing.
The edges of the paper are not
aligned.
Reference
Check the paper tray, and then select the correct tray in [Paper Feeding
Source] on the printer driver.
Reference
The machine is inclined.
Solution
The [Paper Feeding Source] setting
on the printer driver is specified
incorrectly.
Cause
The machine may not start printing
until the output tray is opened and
closed.
Solution
Open and close the output tray.
Reference
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Loading Paper (User's Manual)
• Paper is curled. Paper is creased.
-
Cause
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
Solution
The paper is damp or has a static
charge.
Use paper stored under proper
temperature and humidity conditions.
The paper is light.
On the touch panel, press [Device
Settings], select [Paper Setup] >
[(tray name)] > [Media Weight], and
then specify a lighter weight.
Reference
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
• The paper twists around the rollers in the fuser unit.
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
Cause
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
On the touch panel, press [Device
Settings], select [Paper Setup] >
[(tray name)] > [Media Type]/[Media
Weight], and then specify the
appropriate values.
Alternatively, specify heavier weight
in [Media Weight].
The paper is light.
Use heavier paper.
Setting Output Destination
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Solution
The settings of media weight and
type are incorrect.
Reference
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
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4. Troubleshooting
Cause
There are nearly solid fill on the
leading edge of the paper.
Solution
Reference
If a Power Failure Occurs
Insert a margin into the leading edge of the paper.
For duplex printing, insert a margin
into the bottom edge of the paper as
well.
• The operation of the machine
If a power failure occurs, the machine operates as follows.
• The paper twists around the rollers in the belt unit.
Cause
Paper is too light or thin.
Solution
Use heavier paper.
Or load the paper in the different
direction. (If the paper is set in
landscape orientation, set the paper
in the horizontal orientation.)
• If a power failure occurs, the machine is turned on, it will turn on automatically without pressing the power switch after
the power is restored.
Reference
If you do not want the machine to turn on automatically after the power is restored, [Device Settings] > [Administrator
Setting] > [User Install] > [Power Setup] > Set [Power Supply Return] to [Manual].
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• The operation that uses an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) or inverter is not guaranteed. Do not use an
uninterruptible power supply (UPS) or inverter.
Machine's Status
• A corner of paper is folded (edge folded).
Cause
Paper is curled.
Solution
Use paper stored under proper
temperature and humidity conditions.
Reference
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
• The paper is twinkled when printing on envelopes.
Cause
Solution
The envelope lever is not attached.
Attach the envelope lever.
The paper is damp.
Use paper stored under proper
temperature and humidity conditions.
The machine is printing when the
Set [High Humid Mode] of [User
temperature and humidity conditions Install] to [ON] on [Admin Setup].
are high.
If you cannot solve a problem with
the above solutions
Load the envelope with the flap (for
gluing) on the printer side, and then
set the reverse page orientation
(180°) on the printing preferences.
Reference
Printing on Envelopes
Loading Paper (User's Manual)
User Install
About Screens and Functions of
Each Printer Driver (User's
Manual)
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Operation
During a reception
The reception stops halfway.
Printing a list
Printing stops halfway.
When the power is restored, start the print job again.
Standby
You cannot start printing.
4. Troubleshooting
Before Relinquishing Your Device
We highly recommend you to erase registered personal information and saved data in the
device before you relinquish the device.
To erase the information, [Device Settings] > [Admin Settings] > [User Install] > Execute
[Erase Privacy Data] on the touch panel.
The following information is saved in the device.
Admin Password
Values set to menu items
Private print data
Various histories
Information for the access control, user management (local users, external user cache
[LDAP, Kerberos])
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4. Troubleshooting
AirPrint Problems
Point to check
Is there toner in the toner cartridge?
Solution
Reference
Check the message informing you
that toner runs out.
Error Message List (User's
Manual)
• The machine may take a few minutes to connect to a network after turning the machine on. Check that the machine
is connected to the network before printing.
If the STATUS Button on the
Operator Panel Lights Up or
Flashes
• If using Mac OS X or iOS, upgrade to the latest version before use.
Is AirPrint set to [Enable]?
On the touch panel, press [Device
Settings], and check the status of
[AirPrint]. When [Disable] is
displayed, AirPrint is not available.
Is an error displayed?
Check the error message or the
(STATUS) button.
• The "No AirPrint Printers Found" message is displayed on an iOS device.
Point to check
Solution
Is the machine turned on?
Turn the machine on.
If the machine is turned on, turn it off
and then back on, and then check
whether the problem is solved.
Is the machine connected to the
same network as the iOS device?
Check that the machine is displayed
on the print screen of the iOS device.
If the machine is not displayed, check
the IP address.
Reference
Turning the Machine On or Off
(User's Manual)
Point to check
Easy Setup
Solution
Turn the machine on.
If the machine is turned on, turn it off
and then back on, and then check
whether the problem is solved.
Is the machine connected to the
same network as the iOS device?
Check that the machine is displayed
on the print screen of the iOS device.
If the machine is not displayed, check
the IP address.
Is the latest firmware version
installed?
Check the firmware version of this
machine, and Mac OS and iOS
version.
If the version of the firmware is not
the latest, update to the appropriate
version from the OKI web site or
Apple web site.
Is there paper in the tray?
Check the message informing you
that paper runs out.
Error Message List (User's
Manual)
If the STATUS Button on the
Operator Panel Lights Up or
Flashes
• Unable to print.
Is the machine turned on?
-
Reference
Turning the Machine On or Off
(User's Manual)
Easy Setup
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Error Message List (User's
Manual)
If the STATUS Button on the
Operator Panel Lights Up or
Flashes
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4. Troubleshooting
Google Cloud Print Problems
• An error code is displayed on the panel
If an error occurs, the error code (8-digit alphanumeric value) is displayed on the
operator panel of the machine. Check the first three characters, or last two digits
of the error code, and then follow the procedure of the error code list.
• The machine cannot be registered in Google Cloud Print.
Point to check
Is the machine connected to a
network?
Solution
Reference
Register again from the beginning.
• Error code list
Setting Google Cloud Print
An "x" in the error code list means any alphanumeric characters.
Error code
• Unable to print.
Point to check
Solution
Reference
Is the machine registered in Google
Cloud Print correctly?
Register the machine in Google
Cloud Print correctly.
Is there any error in the connection
status of the machine?
Open the Web page of this machine, and check the connection by
following the procedure below.
Select [Admin Setup] > [View
Information] > [Network] > [Google
Cloud Print], and then check [XMPP
Status] and [HTTP Status]. If
[Error(error code)] is displayed, refer
to "Error code is displayed" in this
topic.
The machine is operating normally.
10axxx13
A connection error with the HTTP
server (server authentication error).
Access the Web page (http://(IP
address of this machine) of the
machine, and then check the
imported CA license. Alternatively,
update the firmware.
10bxxx13
Checking Google Cloud Print
Registrations
10cxxx13
Setting Google Cloud Print
Do you use a corporate internal
network?
Check that the XMPP(5222) port is
opened.
For detail on the network, contact
your network administrator.
10axxx16
10bxxx16
10cxxx16
103xxx83
10bxxx83
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• Even after the machine was deleted from Google Cloud Print, the registration
information remains on the management screen.
Point to check
Did you delete the registration
information with the machine
connected to a network?
Solution
Reference
Delete the machine on the
management screen of Google Cloud
Print.
Checking That Deletion is
Complete
103xxx86
10bxxx86
xxxxxx11
• Even after the machine was deleted from Google Cloud Print, the registration
information remains in the machine.
Point to check
Solution
Did you delete the machine on the
Delete the registration information
management screen of Google Cloud from the operator panel of the
Print?
machine.
Reference
Checking That Deletion is
Complete
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Solution
00000000
A connection error with the proxy
server (server authentication error).
Access the Web page (http://(IP
address of this machine) of the
machine, and then check the
imported CA license. Alternatively,
update the firmware.
A connection error with the XMPP
server (server authentication error).
Access the Web page (http://(IP
address of this machine) of the
machine, and then check the
imported CA license. Alternatively,
update the firmware.
A connection error with the proxy
server (server authentication error).
Access the Web page (http://(IP
address of this machine) of the
machine, and then check the
imported CA license. Alternatively,
update the firmware.
An error with the DNS server has
occurred.
Check the DNS server setting of the
machine.
Reference
About Importing the CA
Licenses of the Proxy Server
About Importing the CA
Licenses of the Proxy Server
About Importing the CA
Licenses of the Proxy Server
About Importing the CA
Licenses of the Proxy Server
Checking Google Cloud Print
Registrations
4. Troubleshooting
Error code
Solution
Reference
Error code
Solution
Reference
xxxxxx12
Failed to connect to the HTTP
server.
The connection cannot be
established due to your network
environment.
Check with your network
administrator.
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xxxxxx82
Failed to connect to the XMPP
server.
Check that the XMPP(5222) port is
opened.
If the problem cannot be solved,
check with your network
administrator.
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xxxxxx13
An HTTP server connection error.
The connection cannot be
established due to your network
environment.
Check with your network
administrator.
-
xxxxxx83
-
xxxxxx14
An error with the DNS server has
occurred.
Check the DNS server setting of the
machine or the setting of the proxy
server name.
Checking Google Cloud Print
Registrations
Failed to connect to the XMPP
server.
Check that the XMPP(5222) port is
opened.
If the problem cannot be solved,
check with your network
administrator.
xxxxxx84
Checking Google Cloud Print
Registrations
An error with the DNS server has
occurred.
Check the DNS server setting of the
machine or the setting of the proxy
server name.
xxxxxx85
Failed to connect to the proxy
server.
Check the proxy server setting of the
machine.
If the problem cannot be solved,
check with your network
administrator.
xxxxxx86
A connection error with the proxy
server.
Check that the XMPP(5222) port is
opened.
If the problem cannot be solved,
check with your network
administrator.
xxxxxx87
An authentication error of the proxy
server.
Check the proxy server setting of the
machine.
If the problem cannot be solved,
check with your network
administrator.
xxxxxx15
xxxxxx16
xxxxxx17
xxxxxx81
Failed to connect to the proxy
server.
Check the proxy server setting of the
machine.
If the problem cannot be solved,
check with your network
administrator.
A proxy server connection error.
The connection cannot be
established due to your network
environment.
Check with your network
administrator.
An authentication error of the proxy
server.
Check the proxy server setting of the
machine.
If the problem cannot be solved,
check with your network
administrator.
An error with the DNS server has
occurred.
Check the DNS server setting of the
machine.
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Checking Google Cloud Print
Registrations
Checking Google Cloud Print
Registrations
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Checking Google Cloud Print
Registrations
Checking Google Cloud Print
Registrations
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Checking Google Cloud Print
Registrations
5
Operating Management/ Specifications
Administrator Setup
Management Software
User Authentication (Access Control)
Account Management
Moving/Transporting This Machine
This section describes how to manage the machine and its specifications.
5. Operating Management/ Specifications
Administrator Setup
Changing Admin Setup
To display the administrator settings, the administrator name and password are required. The
factory default administrator name and password are "admin" and "999999" respectively.
This section describes how to change items in Admin Setup.
The settings that you can change in [Admin Setup] are as follows.
Use them if any administrator names have not been registered yet. If the administrator
password is changed, enter the updated password.
The factory default administrator name and password are "admin" and "999999",
respectively. Use them if any administrator names have not been registered yet.
1
2
3
4
5
• Changing Admin Setup
• Print From USB Memory Setup
• Print Setup
• Network Menu
• Configure Home Screen
• Manage Unit
• User Install
Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
Press
or
several times and press [Admin Setup].
Enter the administrator name and password and press [OK].
Touch an item you want to change, and then change the setting.
Press [Back] to display the previous screen.
If you have items to change, operate continuously.
When you change all the items, press
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(Home).
5. Operating Management/ Specifications
Print From USB Memory Setup
Item
Default Settings
Print Setup
Factory default setting
• Print Menu
Description
• Color Menu
Color / Mono
Color
Select Color / Mono
(Grayscale).
Paper Feed
Tray 1
Specify a paper tray to use.
• PCL Setup
Copies
1
Sets the number of copies.
• PS Setup
Duplex
OFF
Turns the duplex printing
function on or off.
[OFF]: simplex printing
[Long Edge Bind]: duplex
printing for long-edge
binding
[Short Edge Bind]: duplex
printing for short-edge
binding
• SIDM Setup
Fit
ON
• System Configuration Menu
• XPS Setup
• IBM PPR Setup
• EPSON FX Setup
• Private Print Setup
Specify whether to match
the paper.
Print Menu
• Print Setup
Item
Description
Copies
1 Set(s)
Sets the number of copies. For local printing, this setting is
invalid except for demo data.
Available range: 1 to 999
Duplex
OFF
Turns the duplex printing function on or off.
[OFF]: simplex printing
[Long Edge Bind]: duplex printing for long-edge binding
[Short Edge Bind]: duplex printing for short-edge binding
Media Check
Enable
Sets whether to check an inconsistency between the page size
and the paper size in the tray.
Override A4 / Letter
Yes
Set the function that automatically switches paper to print from
A4 to Letter if a tray runs out of A4 paper and Letter paper is
loaded, or from Letter to A4 if a tray runs out of Letter paper.
Resolution
Toner Save
Mono-Print Mode
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Factory
default
setting
600dpi
Sets the resolution.
Toner Save
Level
OFF
Sets the amount of toner to be saved.
This setting is enabled when printing and printing from USB
Memory.
Color
All
[All]: Toner Save is applied to all colors including 100% black.
[Except100%Black]: Toner Save is applied to all colors other
than 100% black.
This function is only applied to the print function.
Auto
Sets the print mode for black-and-white pages.
5. Operating Management/ Specifications
Item
Factory
default
setting
Description
Orientation
Portrait
Sets the page orientation.
Edit Size
Cassette size
Sets the size of the printable page area if the size is not
specified with the paper edit size command from a computer.
Trapping
OFF
Set trapping
Width / Length
210 mm (8.3
inch) or
216 mm (8.5
inch)
Sets the width of a custom paper size.
Available range: 64 to 216 mm (2.5 to 8.5 inches)
297 mm (11.7
inch) or
279 mm (11
inch)
Sets the length of a custom paper size.
Available range: 90 to 1,321 mm (3.5 to 52.0 inches)
Item
BG Setting
Factory
default
setting
Black
0
Yellow
0
Magenta
0
Cyan
0
Description
Corrects variations in print results caused by temperature and
humidity conditions and differences in print density and
frequency. Change the setting if the background is dark.
HU Setting
OFF
Sets the mode to remove stain generated while being left for a
long time.
VL Cleaning
-
Cleans the image drum.
Set this mode when vertical white lines appear on the output.
Gloss Mode
OFF
Raises the fusing temperature and prints highly glossy images.
Set to [ON] when printing highly glossy images.
• Print Position Adjust
• Printer Adjust
Item
Item
Manual Timeout
Factory
default
setting
60 seconds
Timeout Injob
40 seconds
Timeout Local
40 seconds
Timeout Network
90 seconds
Description
Tray 1
Sets for how many seconds the machine waits for paper to be
fed before cancelling a job when using the manual feeder.
Jam Recovery
Enable
Sets whether to print the pages again that are not printed due
to a paper jam after the jam is cleared.
Paper Black Setting
0
Adjusts finely if the black contrast becomes weak or blots or
lines become conspicuous when printing on plain paper.
If fine blots or lines appear, decrease the value. If the dark part
becomes light, increase the value.
Paper Color Setting
SMR Setting
0
Black
0
Yellow
0
Magenta
0
Cyan
0
Y Adjust
0 mm
X Adjust
0 mm
Y Adjust
0 mm
Duplex Y Adjust 0 mm
MP Tray
X Adjust
0 mm
Y Adjust
0 mm
Description
• X Adjust: Adjusts the position of the entire printing image
perpendicular to the direction of paper movement.
Available range: ±2.00 mm (0.25 mm increments).
• Y Adjust: Adjusts the position of the entire printing image
parallel to the direction of paper movement.
Available range: ±2.00 mm (0.25 mm increments).
• Duplex X Adjust: Adjusts the position of the image on the
back side of a duplex print perpendicular to the direction of
paper movement.
Available range: ±2.00 mm (0.25 mm increments).
• Duplex Y Adjust: Adjusts the position of the image on the
back side of a duplex print parallel to the direction of paper
movement.
Available range: ±2.00 mm (0.25 mm increments).
Duplex X Adjust 0 mm
Sets how long the network port is left opened after a job is
complete.
Sets whether to print the document in black and white or stop
with alarm when a color toner empty error occurs.
0 mm
Duplex Y Adjust 0 mm
Tray 2/3
(Optional)
Sets how long each port is left opened after a job is complete.
(The network is excluded.)
Alarm
X Adjust
Duplex X Adjust 0 mm
Sets for how many seconds the machine waits until pages are
output from when the processing of the received data stops.
Print Mode Without Color Toner
Factory
default
setting
Duplex X Adjust 0 mm
Duplex Y Adjust 0 mm
• Drum Cleaning
Item
Adjusts finely if the color contrast becomes weak, or blots or
lines become conspicuous when printing on plain paper.
If fine blots or lines appear, decrease the value. If the dark part
becomes light, increase the value.
Drum Cleaning
Corrects variations in print results caused by temperature and
humidity conditions and differences in print density and
frequency. Change the setting if the print quality is uneven.
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Factory
default
setting
OFF
Description
Sets whether to clean the drum before printing. The image
quality improvement may be expected.
5. Operating Management/ Specifications
• Hex Dump
Item
Item
Factory
default
setting
Hex Dump
OFF
Description
Factory default setting
UCR
Low
Adjusts the level of under
color removal.
CMY100% Density
CMY100% Density
Disable
Selects whether to use
halftone for C, M, Y 100%
density.
CMYK Conversion
CMYK Conversion
ON
Selects whether to use
simple (quick) mode when
performing CMYK
Conversion.
This menu setting is
disabled if using the ink
simulation function.
Prints out the data received from the host computer in hex. To
finish printing, turn the machine off.
Color Menu
Item
Factory default setting
Description
Density Control
Auto
Select "Auto" or "Manual"
for adjusting density.
Adjust Density
-
Adjusting density is
performed right after this
menu is selected.
Color Tuning / Print Pattern
-
A test page is printed for
checking the adjusting value
to be entered for any other
C/M/Y/K Tuning menus.
Cyan Tuning
Magenta Tuning
Yellow Tuning
Black Tuning
Density
Cyan Highlight
0
Cyan Mid-Tone
0
Cyan Dark
0
Magenta Highlight
0
Magenta Mid-Tone
0
Magenta Dark
0
Yellow Highlight
0
Yellow Mid-Tone
0
Yellow Dark
0
Black Highlight
0
Black Mid-Tone
0
Black Dark
0
Cyan
0
Magenta
0
Yellow
0
Black
0
Adjust Registration
Ink Simulation
System Configuration Menu
Item
Adjust the value for
Highlight / Mid-tone / Dark of
each color within a range of
-3 to +3.
+ : Adjusted to be darker.
- : Adjusted to be lighter.
OFF
Factory default setting
Description
Personality
Auto
Selects the emulation mode. If auto is
set, the correct emulation is
automatically selected every time a
print job is received.
Alarm Release
Manual
If [Manual] is set, non-critical
warnings, such as requests for a
different paper size, can be cleared by
pressing [RESET]. If [Auto] is set, the
warnings are cleared when the print
job resumes.
Auto Continue
OFF
Sets whether the machine
automatically recovers from a memory
overflow.
Error Report
OFF
Sets whether to print error details if
PostScript errors occur.
PCL Setup
Adjust the total density of
each color within a range of
-3 to +3.
+ : Adjusted to be darker.
- : Adjusted to be lighter.
Item
Color registration
adjustment is performed.
Ink Simulation
Description
UCR
Sets the ink simulation. This
setting is enabled only for
PS language jobs.
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Factory default setting
Description
Font Source
Resident
Selects the location of the
font to use.
Font No.
I0
Selects the font number to
use.
Available range: I0 to I90 if
[Resident] is set/C1 to C4 if
[Resident 2] is set.
5. Operating Management/ Specifications
Item
Factory default setting
Font Pitch
10.00 CPI
Font Height
12.00 point(s)
Description
Sets the height of the PCL
default font.
Available range: 4.00 to
999.75 point. (0.25 point
increments)
Symbol Set
PC-8
Selects a PCL symbol set.
A4 Print Width
78 Column
Sets the number of digits for
automatic line feed on A4
paper.
White Page Skip
OFF
Selects whether to print
blank pages.
CR Function
CR
Sets the machine operation
when receiving CR code.
LF Function
LF
Sets the machine operation
when receiving LF code.
Print Margin
Normal
Sets the nonprintable area
of the page.
True Black
OFF
Selects whether to print
black image data using
mixed CMYK or print using
black toner only.
Pen Width Adjust
Tray ID#
ON
Tray 1
1
Tray 2 (Optional)
5
Tray 3 (Optional)
20
MP Tray
4
Item
Sets the width of the PCL
default font.
Available range: 0.44 to
99.99 CPI. (0.01CPI
increments)
Factory default setting
Description
Network PS-Protocol
RAW
Specifies PS communication protocol
mode of data from Network.
USB PS-Protocol
RAW
Specifies PS communication protocol
mode of data from USB.
PDF Paper Size
Current Tray Size
Set the paper size when printing with
PDF Direct Print.
PDF Scaling Size
99%
Sets reduction rate for PDF when
[PDF Paper Size] is set to [Scaling
Size].
PDF Print Mode
High Quality
Sets whether to give priority to the
print quality or the print speed when
printing PDF.
SIDM Setup
Item
Sets whether to emphasize
thin lines so that the lines
look thicker.
Sets a value that specifies a
tray with the PCL paper
source specification
command.
Available range: 1 to 59
Factory default setting
Description
SIDM Manual ID#
2
Set up Pn specified in MANUAL by
MANUAL-1 ID No.FX/PPR Emu in
CSF control command (ESC EM Pn).
SIDM Manual2 ID#
3
Set up Pn specified in MANUAL by
MANUAL-2 ID No.FX/PPR Emu in
CSF control command (ESC EM Pn).
SIDM MP Tray ID#
4
Set up Pn specified TRAYO (MP Tray)
by MP Tray ID No.FX/PPR Emu in
CSF control command (ESC EM Pn).
SIDM Tray1 ID#
1
Set up Pn specified TRAY 1 by Tray 1
ID No.FX/PPR Emu in CSF control
command (ESC EM Pn).
SIDM Tray2 ID#
(Optional)
5
Set up Pn specified TRAY 2 by Tray 2
ID No.FX/PPR Emu in CSF control
command (ESC EM Pn).
SIDM Tray3 ID#
(Optional)
6
Set up Pn specified TRAY 3 by Tray 3
ID No.FX/PPR Emu in CSF control
command (ESC EM Pn).
PS Setup
Item
L1 Tray
Factory default setting
Type 1
XPS Setup
Description
Set the paper tray number for the
Level 1 operator.
[Type 1]: The effective number for
paper tray starts from 1.
[Type 2]: The effective number for
paper tray starts from 0.
Item
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Factory default setting
Description
DigitalSignature
OFF
Sets the DigitalSignature functions.
DiscardControl
Auto
Sets the DiscardControl function.
5. Operating Management/ Specifications
Item
Factory default setting
Description
MC Mode
ON
Sets the MarkupComaptibility
function.
Unzip Mode
Speed
Sets the XPS file decompression
method.
White Page Skip
OFF
Selects whether to output blank pages
in XPS.
Item
Text Height
Factory default setting
Same
Description
Sets the height of a character.
SAME: The height stays the same
regardless of CPI.
DIFF: The height varies according to
CPI.
EPSON FX Setup
IBM PPR Setup
Item
Item
Character Pitch
Factory default setting
10 CPI
Character Pitch
Description
Factory default setting
10 CPI
Description
Specifies character pitches.
Specifies character pitches in IBM
PPR emulation.
Character Set
SET-2
Specifies a character set.
Symbol Set
IBM-437
Specifies a symbol set.
Font Condense
12CPI to 20CPI
Specifies 12CPI pitches for Condense
Mode.
Letter O Style
Disable
Specifies the style that replaces 9BH
with letter o and 9DH with a zero.
Character Set
SET-2
Specifies a character set.
Zero Character
Normal
Symbol Set
IBM-437
Specifies a symbol set.
Sets the zero to be slashed or
unslashed.
Letter O Style
Disable
Specifies the style that replaces 9BH
with letter o and 9DH with a zero.
Line Pitch
6 LPI
Specifies the line spacing.
White Page Skip
OFF
Selects whether to print blank pages.
Zero Character
Normal
Sets the zero to be slashed or
unslashed.
CR Function
CR
Select a carriage return from [CR] or
[CR+LF].
Line Pitch
6 LPI
Specifies the line spacing.
Line Length
80 Column
White Page Skip
OFF
Selects whether to print blank pages.
Specifies the number of characters
per line.
CR Function
CR
Selects a carriage return from [CR] or
[CR+LF].
Form Length
11.7 inch or 11 inch
Specifies the length of paper.
TOF Position
0.0 inch
Specifies the distance from the top
edge of paper to where the cut is to be
made.
Left Margin
0.0 inch
Specifies the distance from the left
edge of paper to where the cut is to be
made.
Fit To Letter
Disable or Enable
Sets the printing mode that can fit
paper to the printable area equivalent
to 11 inches (66 lines).
Text Height
Same
Sets the height of a character.
SAME: The height stays the same
regardless of CPI.
DIFF: The height varies according to
CPI.
LF Function
LF
Selects a line feed from [LF] or
[LF+CR].
Line Length
80 Column
Specifies the number of characters
per line.
Form Length
11.7 inch or 11 inch
Specifies the length of paper.
TOF Position
0.0 inch
Specifies the distance from the top
edge of paper to where the cut is to be
made.
Left Margin
0.0 inch
Specifies the distance from the left
edge of paper to where the cut is to be
made.
Fit To Letter
Disable or Enable
Sets the printing mode that can fit
paper to the printable area equivalent
to 11 inches (66 lines).
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5. Operating Management/ Specifications
Private Print Setup
Network Menu
Item
Verify job option
Erase job option
Keep job for
Job Limitation
Factory default setting
Disable
No overwrite
2 hours
Disable
Description
• Network Setup
Set whether to verify a job before
printing.
If enabled, the machine verifies that
the job is not altered before starting
printing. The security is enhanced,
however it will take longer to start
printing.
• Mail Server Setup
• LDAP Server Setting
• Secure Protocol Server Setting
Network Setup
Set how to delete a job.
You can overwrite deleted data so that
it will not be restored.
If enabled, it will take longer to delete.
Available value: No overwrite/Zero out
once/Multiple random overwrites
• Network Setting
Item
Set the storage period of jobs.
If the set period elapses after jobs are
stored, the jobs will be automatically
deleted.
Available value:
15 minutes/30 minutes/1 hour/
2 hours/4 hours/8 hours/12 hours/1
day/2 days/3 days/4 days/5 days/6
days/7 days
Sets whether to save a restricted print
job.
If [Private Print Only] is selected, print
jobs other than private print are not
accepted.
Job Password Authentication
OFF
Sets whether to verify a job password
when the access control is enabled.
Job Auto Search
ON
Sets whether to search a job at the
same time as unlocking the panel lock
when the access control is enabled.
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Factory default setting
Description
Enabling Default Gateway
Wired
Sets which default gateway to be enabled
between wired LAN or wireless LAN.
Wired
Enable
Sets whether to enable wired LAN.
TCP/IP
Enable
Sets whether to enable TCP/IP.
NetBIOS over TCP
Enable
Sets whether to enable NetBIOS over TCP/
IP.
This item is displayed when TCP/IP protocol
is enabled.
IP Address Set
Auto
Sets the method of assigning an IP address.
IPv4 Address
192.168.100.100
Sets an IP address.
This item is displayed when TCP/IP protocol
is enabled.
Subnet Mask
255.255.255.0
Sets a subnet mask.
This item is displayed when TCP/IP protocol
is enabled.
Gateway Address
0.0.0.0
Sets a gateway address.
This item is displayed when TCP/IP protocol
is enabled.
DHCPv6
Disable
Selects enable / disable of DHCP when IPv6
is used.
DNS Server (Primary)
0.0.0.0
Sets the IP address for a Primary DNS
server.
This item is displayed when TCP/IP protocol
is enabled.
DNS Server (Secondary)
0.0.0.0
Sets the IP address for a Secondary DNS
server.
This item is displayed when TCP/IP protocol
is enabled.
5. Operating Management/ Specifications
Item
WINS Server (Primary)
WINS Server (Secondary)
Factory default setting
0.0.0.0
0.0.0.0
Description
Sets the name or the IP address for the
WINS server.
This item is displayed when TCP/IP protocol
is enabled.
Proxy
Disable
Sets whether to use proxy.
Proxy Server
(NULL)
Sets the name or IP address of the proxy
server. You can enter up to 15 characters.
Proxy Server Port No.
8080
Sets the port number of the proxy server.
Proxy User ID
(NULL)
Sets the user ID to connect to the proxy
server.
Proxy Password
(NULL)
Sets the password to connect to the proxy
server.
Web
Enable
Sets whether to enable access from a Web
browser.
This item is displayed when TCP/IP protocol
is enabled.
Telnet
Disable
Sets whether to enable access from the
Telnet.
This item is displayed when TCP/IP protocol
is enabled.
FTP
IPSec
Disable
Disable
Item
Sets the name or the IP address for the
WINS server.
This item is displayed when TCP/IP protocol
is enabled.
Sets whether to enable access from SNMP.
This item is displayed when NetWare or TCP/
IP protocol is enabled.
Network Scale
Normal
[Normal]: The machine operates effectively
even if connected to a HUB with the
spanning tree function. However, the
machine takes longer to start up if it is
connected to a small LAN that consists of two
or three computers.
[Small]: This setting covers a small LAN that
consists of two or three computers to a large
LAN, but the machine may not operate
efficiently if it is connected to a HUB with the
spanning tree function.
Sets whether to enable access with Gigabit
Ethernet.
HUB Link Setting
Auto
Sets the hub linking method. Normally, select
[Auto Negotiate].
Item
Factory
default
setting
Wireless(Infrastructure)
Network Setting
WPS
Wireless
Network
Selection
This item is displayed only if IPSec is set to
valid. This item can be changed to disable
only.
Enable
Description
Disable
• Wireless (Infrastructure) Setting (If wireless LAN module fitted)
Sets whether to enable access with FTP.
This item is displayed when TCP/IP protocol
is enabled.
SNMP
Factory default setting
Gigabit Network
Disable
Sets whether to enable
Wireless(Infrastructure).
IP Address Set
Auto
Sets the method of assigning an IP address.
IPv4 Address
192.168.101.10 Sets an IP address.
0
This item is displayed when TCP/IP protocol
is enabled.
Subnet Mask
255.255.255.0
Sets a subnet mask.
This item is displayed when TCP/IP protocol
is enabled.
Gateway
Address
0.0.0.0
Sets a gateway address.
This item is displayed when TCP/IP protocol
is enabled.
DHCPv6
Disable
Specify whether to enable DHCP when using
IPv6.
WPS-PBC
-
WPS-PBC is executed.
WPS-PIN
-
WPS-PIN is executed.
A list of access point name found in the search
Displays a list of wireless LAN access points'
names that are found in a search.
Manual Setup
Wireless reconnection
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Description
SSID
(NULL)
Enter an SSID.
Security
Disable
Selects the security of the wireless LAN
function.
"WPA-EAP" and "WPA2-EAP" can be set
only on the Web.
WEP Key
(NULL)
Displays if [Security] is set to [WEP].
Enter the WEP key.
WPA
Encryption
Type
AES
Select a WPA2-PSK encryption type.
Displays if [WPA-PSK] or [WPA2-PSK] is
selected for [Security].
WPA Preshared Key
(NULL)
Enter the Pre-shared Key.
Displays if [WPA-PSK] or [WPA2-PSK] is
selected for [Security].
-
Wireless(Infrastructure) reconnection is
executed.
5. Operating Management/ Specifications
• Wireless(AP Mode) Setting (If wireless LAN module fitted)
Item
Factory default setting
Item
Description
Wireless(AP Mode)
Disable
Sets whether to enable
Wireless(AP Mode).
Automatic connection (push-button)
-
Connects automatically
(push button) using
Wireless(AP Mode).
Manual Setup
SSID
(Device-specific string)
Displays SSID of
Wireless(AP Mode).
Password
(8-digit number)
Displays the password of
Wireless(AP Mode).
SSID
(Device-specific string)
Sets SSID of Wireless(AP
Mode).
Password
(8-digit number)
Sets the password of
Wireless(AP Mode).
IPv4 Address
192.168.110.100
Sets the password of
Wireless(AP Mode).
Don't disclose user
Sets whether or not to
disclose the AP mode
information to users other
than the administrator.
Connection Setting
AP Mode User Setting
Factory default
setting
Factory Defaults
-
110
None
Selects an encryption method in the POP communication.
Authentication Method
No Authentication
Selects an authentication method for e-mail
transmissions.
SMTP User ID
(NULL)
Sets the login name to the server used for SMTP
authentication.
SMTP Password
(NULL)
Sets a login password to the server used for SMTP
authentication.
POP User ID
(NULL)
Sets a login name to the server used for POP certification
or for printing received e-mail attachment files.
POP Password
(NULL)
Sets a login password to the server used for POP
certification or for printing received e-mail attachment files.
LDAP Server Setting
Server Setting
Description
The settings of the network, mail server,
LDAP server, and secure protocol server are
returned to the default settings.
Authentication
Item
Factory default setting
LDAP Server
(NULL)
Sets the IP address or server name for the
LDAP server.
Port No.
389
Sets the port number for the LDAP server.
Available range: 1 to 65535
Timeout
30 second(s)
Sets the timeout value for the search
response from the LDAP server.
Available range: 10 to 120 seconds
Search Root
(NULL)
Specifies a position to start searching the
LDAP directory.
Method
Anonymous
Sets the authentication method.
For Digest-MD5, the DNS server must be set.
For Secure Protocol, the SNTP server, DNS
server, and secure protocol server must be
set.
User ID
(NULL)
Sets a user ID for LDAP server authentication.
You can enter up to 80 characters.
This item is displayed when the LDAP
authentication method is not set to
[Anonymous].
Password
(NULL)
Sets a password for LDAP server
authentication. You can enter up to
32 characters.
This item is displayed when the LDAP
authentication method is not set to
[Anonymous].
Mail Server Setup
Item
Factory default setting
Description
SMTP Server
(NULL)
Sets the IP address or server name for the SMTP server.
SMTP Port
25
Sets the port number for the SMTP server. Normally, use
the default setting.
Available range: 1 to 65535
SMTP Encryption
None
Selects an encryption method in the SMTP
communication.
Receive Setting
Disable
Sets the protocol to be used for receiving e-mails.
POP3 Server
(NULL)
Sets the IP address or server name for the POP3 server.
Description
Sets the port number prepared by POP3 on the POP3
server.
Available range: 1 to 65535
POP Encryption
• Factory Defaults
Item
Factory default setting
POP3 Port
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Description
5. Operating Management/ Specifications
Item
Factory default setting
Encryption
None
Description
Configure Home Screen
Sets the encryption of communication to the
LDAP server.
Factory default setting
Print
Troubleshoot
Secure Protocol Server Setting
Item
Domain
Factor
y
default
setting
(NULL)
Description
Sets a realm name for the Kerberos
certification. Use upper-case letters
for alphabets.You can enter up to
64 characters.
To apply the settings that are changed on the [Network Menu] menu, you must restart a network card. Restart the
network card according to a confirmation screen that is displayed when you change settings.
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Description
Register frequently-used functions on the Home Screen.
5. Operating Management/ Specifications
Item
Manage Unit
• Default Mode
Item
Factory default setting
Default Mode
Home
Description
Sets the default mode screen of this
machine.
• Operation Clear
Item
Factory default setting
Operation Timeout
3
Clear After Job
OFF
Description
Factory default setting
Unit of Measure
Millimeter or Inch
Selects a displayed unit (millimeter / inch).
Default Paper Size
A4 or Letter
Sets the default paper size.
Date Format
dd/mm/yyyy or mm/
dd/yyyy
Sets the date format.
Allow All Reports To Print
Disable
Sets whether to allow printing reports with
personal information.
Status in Near Life
Enable
Sets whether to display a message if a near
life warning occurs.
Sets whether to reset after job is completed.
USB Memory Interface
Enable
If [Disable] is set, the print from USB Memory
function cannot be used.
Panel Brightness During Operating
7
Sets the LCD panel brightness.
Available range: 1 to 7 (1 increments)
Panel Brightness While Power Save
0
Sets the LCD panel brightness.
Available range: 0 to 7 (1 increments)
Panel Calibration
Execute
Executes LCD panel calibration.
Description
JAM Buzzer Volume
Middle
Sets the volume for the paper jam alert tone.
AirPrint Buzzer Volume
Low
Sets the AirPrint confirmation operation
sound.
• Power Save
Item
• Local Interface*1
Factory default
setting
Description
USB
Enable
Sets whether to enable USB.
Soft Reset
Disable
Sets whether to enable the soft reset
command.
Speed
480Mpbs
Selects the maximum transfer speed of USB
interface.
Offline Receive
Disable
Set whether to receive data in offline state or
in recoverable error state.
Serial Number
Enable
Sets whether to use a USB serial number.
Connected Host
Normal
Sets a host to be connected.
• System Setup
Access Control
Available only when [Access Control] is set to
[Enable].
Sets whether to light an LED if a near life
warning occurs.
Sets the volume of the key-touch tone.
Item
Local Name
Enable
Middle
USB Menu
Default Authent. Method Sett.
Near Life LED
Key Touch Tone Volume
Item
Factory default
setting
Disable
Description
Sets time for automatic reset of screen to
begin.
Available range: 1 to 10 minutes
• Sound Control
Item
Factory default
setting
Description
Sets access control.
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Factory default setting
Description
Power Save Time
1 minute
Sets when to enter Power Save mode.
Sleep Time
15 minutes
Sets when to enter Sleep mode.
Auto Power Off Time
4 hours
Sets when to enter Auto Power Off.
Silent Mode
ON
Specifies a print preparation operation when
entering standby status from Sleep mode.
If [ON] is set: it is quiet as there is no print
preparation.
If [OFF] is set: there is a rotation noise of the
image to perform print preparation but you
can start first printing early.
ECO Mode*1
ON
If [ON] is set: Printing starts even before the
temperature of the fuser reaches the
prescribed degrees, if the job is small.
If [OFF] is set: Printing starts after the
temperature of the fuser reaches the
prescribed degrees.
5. Operating Management/ Specifications
• STOP Key Behavior
• Memory Setup
Item
Factory default setting
Description
Receive Buffer Size
Auto
Sets the reception buffer size that local
interface secures.
Resource Save
OFF
Sets the resource save area.
Item
STOP Key Behavior
Item
Factory default
setting
Initialize
Execute
PCL
(NULL)
Common
(NULL)
PS
Item
Description
New Password
Enter password (Verify)
Initializes a flash memory.
This item is displayed when [Initial Lock] is
set to [Disable].
Item
Reset Settings*2
Description
Execute
Resolves any mismatch between actual
memory and displayed memory available in a
file system and performs administration data
(FAT information) recovery.
Initial Lock
Enable
Sets whether to give permission to change
settings associated with the memory
initialization.
Item
Clear Job
English
Selects display language for the LCD panel.
Initialize*1
Execute
Deletes downloaded message files.
Factory default setting
QWERTY
Factory default setting
-
Item
Description
Clears the saved job logs.
Factory default setting
Disable
Description
Sets whether to print the consumable
counter's report.
Reset Main Counter
-
Resets the main counter.
Reset Supplies Counter
-
Reset the consumable counter.
This item is displayed when [Supplies
Report] is set to [Active].
*1 A message is displayed to confirm the equipment restarts automatically when changes have been made. Select
[Yes] to continue. Select [No] to cancel.
*2 A message is displayed to confirm the equipment restarts automatically when executed. Select [Yes] to continue.
Select [No] to cancel.
*3 A message is displayed to confirm that all job logs are deleted when executed. Select [Yes] to continue. Select
[No] to cancel.
• Keyboard Layout
Item
Log*3
Supplies Report
Description
Select Language
Keyboard Layout
Description
Deletes job macros and returns the settings
to the default.
• Print Statistics
• Language Maint Setup
Factory default setting
Factory default setting
-
• Job Log Setup
Check File System
Item
Description
Changes the administrator password. 6 to
12 characters can be used.
Formats a partition.
(NULL)
Factory default setting
Factory default setting
999999
• Reset Settings*2
• Storage Maintenance Setup
Item
Description
Sets the behavior when the STOP key is
pressed. Setting to ON cancels the print job.
Setting to OFF disables the function.
• Admin Password
• Flash Memory Setup*1
Format Partition
Factory default setting
OFF
Description
Select which to use QWERTY keyboard or
AZERTY keyboard for your keyboard on the
touch panel.
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5. Operating Management/ Specifications
Business Phone Setup
User Install
Item
Factory
default
setting
Time Zone
00:00
Daylight Saving
Time Setup
ON
Auto Setup
SNTP Server
(Primary)
Sets the time GMT zone.
Available range: -12:00 to +13:00 (15 minutes
/ increment)
Sets whether to enable the Daylight Saving
mode.
Sets the SNTP server to use for setting the
current date and time. You can enter up to
64 characters.
SNTP Server
(Secondary)
Manual Setup
2001/01/01 0:00 Sets the current date and time manually.
Auto Power Off
Auto Config
Sets the behavior of Automatic Power Off.
Power Supply Return
State Continue
Sets a power supply method at the time of
recovery from the power failure.
Select [Manual] if you do not want to make the
machine automatically to turn on after the
recovery.
Office Document Mode
Mode1
This mode allows to always enable the toner
save function.
To forcibly enter the machine in toner save
mode, select Mode2.
High Humid Mode
OFF
Sets whether to enable the humidity mode.
Selecting [Enable] reduces curl generated
while printing.
Quiet Mode
OFF
Sets whether to reduce the printing noise.
Setting to [ON] affects printing speed.
Drum Near Life Timing
1000
Sets the timing for the near life warning for the
drum cartridges.
Fuser Near Life Timing
1000
Sets the timing for the near life warning for the
fuser unit.
Belt Near Life Timing
1000
Sets the timing for the near life warning for the
belt unit.
Wireless Module
Disable
Sets whether to enable or disable wireless
LAN.
Erase Privacy Data*1
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Deletes the registered privacy data.
• Values set to the Admin Password and other
menu items.
• Various histories
• Access control information and user
information registered to the device
Power Setup
Item
Description
*1 A message is displayed to confirm the equipment restarts. Select [Yes] to continue. Select [No] to cancel.
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Factory default setting
Description
Business Phone Cooperation
Disable
Sets whether to enable or disable
Business Phone Cooperation.
Connection IP Address
0.0.0.0
Sets the IP address of the connected
device.
Connection Port No.
59000
Sets a port number of the connected
device.
5. Operating Management/ Specifications
Management Software
This section describes useful software for managing the machine.
• Configuration Tool
• Web Page of This Machine
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5. Operating Management/ Specifications
User Authentication (Access Control)
• Preparation (For Administrator)
Access control refers to the function with which authenticated users can use limited
operations.
• Log in to This Machine
• Printing from a Computer
Before using the machine, authentication is required. Information necessary for user
authentication is any of the following: user name and password, PIN (personal identification
number), and IC card.
• Registering IC Card Information
Administrator of the machine needs to register user information, set authentication method,
and enable access control so that the access control function can be used.
For the preparation process to use the access control function, refer to "Preparation (For
Administrator)".
When the access control function is enabled, the control panel of the machine displays the
following screen.
To use IC card authentication, connecting an IC card reader is required.
The message, "Authent. by IC card is also available." is not displayed if no IC card reader is connected.
If you cannot perform operation after you are authenticated, ask the administrator if you are authorized to perform the
operation.
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5. Operating Management/ Specifications
• Role for administrator. This role is fully authorized. This role is to be
assigned to the administrator of the machine.
Preparation (For Administrator)
Before using the access control function, the following procedure is required to be performed
on the Web page by the administrator.
• DefaultRole: This role is to be assigned users to whom any roles are
assigned when being registered.
Register roles for enabling/disabling operations.
Two or more roles can be assigned to one user.
Registering Roles
There are two types of user authentication methods: Local authentication (using the user
information registered in the machine) and Server authentication (using the user information
registered in the server).
1
When using Local authentication for the user authentication, register user names and
groups.
2
Log in as the administrator.
3
4
Click [User Management].
5
6
Click [+].
Open the Web page of the machine.
Open the Web Page of This Machine
Registering Users
Registering Groups
Log In as the Administrator
Click [Role List].
The registration can also be performed on Configuration Tool.
Registering a User Name and Password
When using Server Authentication system as a user authentication, make settings for Server
authentication.
Setting the Authentication Server
After the user information is registered and the server authentication setting is completed,
enable the access control.
Enabling Access Control
Registering Roles
Register roles to assign the users. For example, you can create roles for departments or
positions, assign authorized operations to each role, and then register.
When the Role information screen appears, enter the required information.
Role Name: Enter a role name.
Role Description: Enter explanation for the role, etc.
Up to 100 roles can be registered.
Permission: Set to Permit/Prohibit each operation or Forced prohibit to any operations.
If Forced prohibit is set, operations that are allowed with other roles are forbidden.
Controllable operations by roles are as follows:
Local User List: Add users to whom the role is assigned.
• Printing from a Computer
• Printing from USB Memory
Two types of roles are registered by factory default.
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5. Operating Management/ Specifications
Kerberos User List: Add Kerberos users to whom the role is assigned.
Press [Copy] on the right of the role name to display the role information screen,
change items if required, and then register.
Registering Users
When using Local authentication for the user authentication, register users on a web
browser. Up to 5000 users can be registered.
1
Open the Web page of the machine.
Open the Web Page of This Machine
2
Log in as the administrator.
3
4
5
Click [User Management].
Log In as the Administrator
Click [User List].
Specify the user type.
Local User: Register user information to the machine.
LDAP User: User registered to the LDAP server. LDAP server authentication setting is
required.
Kerberos User: Users registered to the Kerberos server. Kerberos server
authentication setting is required.
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6
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Click [Submit].
You can copy registered roles to add.
Click [+].
When the user information setting screen appears, enter the required
information.
User Name: Enter a user name.
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5. Operating Management/ Specifications
1
Password: Enter a password.
Display Name: Enter a display name.
Open the Web page of the machine.
Open the Web Page of This Machine
E-mail address: Enter the mail address of the user.
Language Code: Enter the language code.
PIN: Enter the PIN.
Card ID: Enter the IC card information.
Role: Sets the role.
Group: Set the group the user belongs to.
2
Log in as the administrator.
3
4
Click [User Management].
5
6
Click [+].
Log In as the Administrator
Click [Group List].
When the group information screen appears, enter the required information.
Group Name: Enter a group name.
Group Description: Enter explanation for the group, etc.
Local User List: Add users to the group.
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Press [Submit].
You can copy registered users to add.
Press [Copy] on the right of the user name to display the user information screen,
change items if required, and then register.
Registering Groups
You can manage several users in a group. Up to 1,000 groups can be registered. Up to 5,000
users can be registered in a group.
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5. Operating Management/ Specifications
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4
5
6
Kerberos User List: Add Kerberos users to the group.
Click [User Management].
Click [LDAP Authentication Setting].
Click [LDAP Authentication Setting].
Enter an LDAP key to obtain information.
Display name: Specify the attribute key to obtain the display name of the user
information.
Mail address: Specify the attribute key to obtain the E-mail address of the user
information.
Language code: Specify the attribute key to obtain the language code of the user
information.
Group: Set when automatically assigning users to groups.
Card ID: Set when using IC card authentication. You do not need to enter if you do not
use the IC card authentication.
PIN: Set when using the PIN authentication. You do not need to enter if you do not use
the PIN authentication.
User Name: Sets the attribute key of the user name registered in the LDAP server.
•
7
The Windows server users do not need to change the setting.
Click [Submit].
This mode is the factory default setting.
You can copy registered roles to add.
Press [Copy] on the right of the group name to display the group information screen,
change items if required, and then register.
Setting the Authentication Server
When using Server Authentication system for the user authentication, make server settings
on the web browser.
The procedure when using the LDAP authentication server is used as an example.
1
Open the Web page of the machine.
Open the Web Page of This Machine
2
The default User Name is set to [sAMAccountName], the attribute key of Windows
server.
Log in as the administrator.
Log In as the Administrator
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5. Operating Management/ Specifications
10
11
Cache authentication information: [Cache authentication information] in [User
information cache settings] specifies whether to save the LDAP authentication
information into the cache the machine.
When the role assigning screen appears, enter the required information.
Press [Submit].
Enabling Access Control
After the user information is registered and the server authentication setting is completed,
enable the access control.
1
Open the Web page of the machine.
Open the Web Page of This Machine
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8
Press [Submit].
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To add a new rule for assigning a role, click [+].
Click [Role Assignment Regulations].
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2
Log in as the administrator.
3
4
Click [Admin Setup].
Log In as the Administrator
Click [Management].
5. Operating Management/ Specifications
5
Click [Access Control Setup].
6
Select [Enable] for [Access Control].
7
Make the access control setting according to your environment.
Use Email print: Make settings for printing files attached to a received e-mail.
Use Google Cloud Print: Set the details of Google Cloud Print.
Guest user use: Set the authorization for guest users.
Confirmation method: Enable/disable each authentication method.
Confirmation form: Set the authentication method used when logging in the machine or
printing.
Card read settings: Set for when authenticating with a FeliCa card.
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5. Operating Management/ Specifications
8
Click [Submit].
Log in to This Machine
When the access control function is enabled, the top screen on the control panel of the
machine is changed as follows.
When the access control function is enabled, the login screen is displayed on the top screen
of the machine and user authentication is required.
This section describes how to log in to the machine using the user authentication with user
name and password.
When you want to use an IC card to log in to the machine, register the IC card information to the machine in either of
the following ways beforehand.
• The administrator specifies IC card information when registering user information.
Registering Users
• Users hold their IC cards over the machine to register after logging in to the machine with user name and password,
or PIN.
Registering IC Card Information
To use IC card authentication, connecting an IC card reader is required.
The message, "Authent. by IC card is also available." is not displayed if no IC card reader is connected.
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Enter a user name.
Enter a password.
Log In as the Administrator
5. Operating Management/ Specifications
Printing from a Computer
• If you do not operate the panel for a certain period of time, you are automatically logged out.
If the access control is enabled, enter user information from the printer driver to print.
• Passing an IC card over the screen on which [Logout] is displayed logs the user out immediately and lets you
log in with the information of the held IC card. (User switching)
To log out, press [Logout].
For Windows
The procedure when using the memo pad and PCL printer driver is used as an example.
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1
2
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
3
4
Select the [Extend] tab.
5
Set [User Name], [Password] of the user for user's authentication information
and [Authentication Type], [Summary Account Name] for specifying user's
authentication destination and authentication type.
Select the necessary printer driver in [Select Printer], and then click
[Preferences].
Click [User Authentication].
5. Operating Management/ Specifications
•
Depending on the setting for [User Authentication Options...] in the [Device Options] tab, [Password],
[Authentication Type], [Summary Account Name], and [Use User Authentication] may not be displayed.
Server Kerberos: Authenticates with the user information stored in the server using
Kerberos.
Default authentication type can be set in [User Authentication Options...] in the [Device Options] tab.
9
If [Summary Account Name] is displayed, set a type of summary account
(account) to be charged usage amount of printing (points) and name.
If you want to add up for each user and group to which the user belongs, select a group
from [Type] and specify the group name in [Name].
If you want to add up for shared account which multiple users can use, select a shared
account from [Type] and specify the shard account name in [Name].
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11
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6
Select the [Use User Authentication] check box if it is displayed.
Enter the user name and password.
Depending on the setting for [User Authentication Options...] in the [Device Options]
tab, user name may be fixed to the logon name.
Select the [Use logon name as user name] check box if you use the logon name to
Windows as a user name.
8
If [Authentication Type] is displayed, select user's authentication destination
and authentication type from the list.
•
Auto: Follows the logon method to Windows. When the user has logged on to the
domain, [Server LDAP] is used and when the user logged on to the local computer,
[Device Local] is used as the authentication method.
•
Device Local: Authenticates with the user information stored in the machine.
•
Server LDAP: Authenticates with the user information stored in the server using
LDAP.
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
• Setting User Authentication Options
Set the user authentication options of printer driver from the [Device Options] tab
or [Device Settings] tab in Printer Properties.
Clear the [Use User Authentication] check box if you want to use the Job Accounting Client PIN as the user
authentication information.
7
Click [OK].
1
2
Click [Start], and then select [Devices and Printers].
3
For Windows PCL driver, select [Device Options] and click [User
Authentication Options...]. For Windows PS driver, select [Device Options] and
extend [Installable Options].
4
Specifies the user authentication options.
Right-click [OKI MC573 *] and then select [Printer properties].
* Driver type (ex. PCL6/PS)
•
Set User Authentication Options for each user: Displays [Use User Authentication]
on the user authentication dialog box to set whether to enable or disable user
authentication.
If the [Set User Authentication Options for each user] check box is clear, use user authentication and follow the
Windows logon method as an authentication type. When the user has logged on to the domain, [Server LDAP] is
used and when the user logged on to the local computer, [Device Local] is used as the authentication method.
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5. Operating Management/ Specifications
•
Input user authentication information when printing: Displays user authentication
setting every time you print. Use this setting when you need to specify the actual user
for each print job under the environment where multiple users use the same logon
account on the same computer.
4
Select the [Use User Authentication] check box.
5
6
7
Enter [Password].
This option is not available if the [Set User Authentication Options for each user]
check box is selected.
5
6
•
Summary Account Name: Enables to set summery account for user authentication
setting.
•
Authentication Type: Enables to set authentication type for user authentication
setting.
•
Default Authentication Type: Specifies default authentication type which is used
when authentication type cannot be specified.
For the Windows PCL driver, click [OK].
Click [OK].
For Mac OS X
The following procedure uses TextEdit as an example.
1
2
3
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Select the printer driver of this machine.
Select [User Authentication] from the panel menu.
Make required settings.
Click [Print].
• When selecting authentication type
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2
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4
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Select [System Preferences] from the Apple menu.
Click [Print & Scan].
Select the device, and then click [Options & Supplies].
Change authentication type in the [Options] tab, then click [OK].
5. Operating Management/ Specifications
Registering IC Card Information
To log in the machine using an IC card, register the IC card information. You can register your
IC card information yourself.
• To use IC card authentication, connecting an IC card reader (optional) is required.
• If you log in to the machine using an authentication method other than the local authentication, this function is not
available.
• If "Register general user's IC card" is set to [Disable] by the administrator, this function is not available.
Enabling Access Control
1
Log in to the machine using the local authentication.
Log In as the Administrator
2
3
4
5
Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
Press [UserAccount Info].
Press [Register IC card].
Follow the onscreen instructions to register IC card information.
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5. Operating Management/ Specifications
Account Management
Enabling Account Management
1
If you use Print Job Accounting, this function cannot be used together.
Open the Web page of the machine.
Open the Web Page of This Machine
When the access control is enabled, you can control amount of print jobs for each user or
common account (an account shared by the users) using the web page of the machine.
Once user information is registered, an account is automatically assigned to each user.
Common accounts should be registered by administrators.
Administrators need to set limit amount (points) of usage to each account.
And then assign a number of points to each job, for example, XX points for color printing, etc.
2
Log in as the administrator.
3
4
Click [Account Management].
5
Enable the access control in [STEP1.Set access limits], and then click
[Submit].
Log In as the Administrator
Click [Basic Settings].
Each time users print, corresponding numbers of points are subtracted from their accounts.
Users whose remaining points reach 0 cannot print.
Before enabling the account management, you need to register user information.
Preparation (For Administrator)
• Enabling Account Management
• Setting a Number of Points to Each Account
• Creating a Shared Account
• Setting Paper Size Points/Toner Points
• Printing When Account Management is Enabled
• Precautions when Operating
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5. Operating Management/ Specifications
•
When the access control is enabled, the login screen appears on the touch panel.
6
Enable [Quota Management] in [STEP2. Quota Management Settings].
The quota management means managing amount of usage.
7
Set each item following the on-screen instructions, and then click [Submit].
•
Limited Format Setting: Set an action when your points are insufficient.
•
Display Time of The "Insufficient Balance" Error: When you do not have enough
points to perform the job, the error screen appears on the operator panel. Set the
period of time for displaying the error screen.
•
Point Calculation Type: Specify calculation type used for printing. For [Simple],
setting is available on the Web page of the machine and for [Standard], setting is not
available on the Web page.
•
Toner Saving Calculation Setting: Specify whether to take the toner save setting into
account of point calculation.
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Operations When Balance is Insufficient: Set whether to cancel or continue printing
when the remaining points reach 0.
5. Operating Management/ Specifications
Setting a Number of Points to Each Account
5
Click [Personal Account settings].
6
Click a user whom you set a number of points.
7
Enter assigned amount, balance, and set operation when balance is
insufficient. Points are charged for each print job.
Set a number of points to each account.
1
Open the Web page of the machine.
Open the Web Page of This Machine
2
Log in as the administrator.
3
4
Click [Account Management].
Log In as the Administrator
Click [Summary Account Settings].
For the balance, you cannot enter a number larger than that for the assigned amount.
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Click [Submit].
5. Operating Management/ Specifications
Creating a Shared Account
8
Set a role which can use the shared account.
9
Click [Submit].
For the role, see "Preparation (For Administrator)".
Create a shared account which can be used by the users.
1
2
3
4
5
Open the Web page of the machine.
6
Click [+].
7
Log in as the administrator.
Click [Account Management].
Click [Summary Account Settings].
Click [Creating/setting/deleting shared account].
Enter [Shared Account Name], [Assigned Amount], and [Balance], and then
set [Operation When Balance is Insufficient].
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5. Operating Management/ Specifications
Setting Paper Size Points/Toner Points
4
Click [Cost Settings].
5
Set paper size points, toner points.
Only when Point Calculation Type is a default setting, the setting is available on the Web page of the machine. If [Cost
Settings] is not displayed, check the Point Calculation Type setting.
Set numbers of points for paper size and Color/Mono (Grayscale). For example, you can set
so that bigger size paper needs more points or color printing needs more points than
grayscale printing. Points are charged on a page-by-page basis, so when you print two
pages, you need twice as much as the set rate.
In addition, you can apply point reduction system for two-sided printing or saving toner to
print. The reduction rate for saving toner also depends on [Toner Saving Calculation Setting].
1
Open the Web page of the machine.
Open the Web Page of This Machine
2
Log in as the administrator.
3
Click [Account Management].
Log In as the Administrator
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5. Operating Management/ Specifications
6
Set reduction rate for two-side printing and saving toner.
The default value for each paper size point is calculated based on the area ratio of the paper to A4 paper.
To restore the factory default settings, click [Reset].
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Click [Submit].
5. Operating Management/ Specifications
Printing When Account Management is Enabled
Precautions when Operating
If the Account Management is enabled and the remaining points run out, printing stops and
the job will automatically be deleted after a certain period of time (The factory default setting
is 40 seconds.) elapses.
For printing from USB Memory, Shared Print, or Private Print, follow the procedure below.
1
2
3
Log in to the machine.
If several accounts are available, select an account to use.
If jobs are not executed, ask your administrator for checking your balance in [Summary
Account Settings]. The period of time from when the shortage of points is detected to when
the machine deletes the job can be set on the web page of the machine.
To switch accounts, log out from the current account, and then log in to another account.
If printing stops due to point shortage, you need to cancel the current job or add points and
complete printing to execute the next print jobs.
Perform required operation.
When printing from a computer, see "Printing from a Computer".
Contact the administrator if you want to check your balance yourself.
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5. Operating Management/ Specifications
Moving/Transporting This Machine
Moving This Machine
This section describes how to move or transport the machine.
Injury may result.
• Moving This Machine
Lift this machine by 2 persons, because it weighs approximately 24 kg.
• Transporting This Machine
1
Turn the machine off.
Turning the Machine On or Off (User's Manual)
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3
4
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Unplug all the cables.
•
Power cord
•
LAN or USB cable
Remove any paper from the paper trays.
Lift up this machine, and then move it to a new location.
5. Operating Management/ Specifications
Transporting This Machine
5
Lift up the machine to remove the additional tray unit.
6
Attach the packing material to the machine.
Injury may result.
Lift this machine by 2 persons, because it weighs approximately 24 kg.
Burns may result.
Do not touch the fuser, because it is very hot.
• Use extra care when handling the image drum (the green cylinder), because it is fragile.
• Do not expose the image drum to direct sunlight or strong light (approximately 1,500 lux or more). Even under room
lighting, do not leave the image drum for five minutes or more.
1
Turn the machine off.
Turning the Machine On or Off (User's Manual)
2
3
4
Unplug all the cables.
•
Power cord
•
LAN or USB cable
Use the packing box and packing material attached to this machine when purchased.
7
Remove any paper from the paper trays.
If the optional additional tray unit is installed, remove the 2 lock pieces.
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Lift up the machine, and put it in the packing box.
6
Network
AirPrint
Google Cloud Print
Network-Related Software
Network Settings
Network Problems
This section describes the network operation of the machine.
6. Network
AirPrint
About AirPrint (Print)
AirPrint (Print) is a function that enables you to easily print from a Mac. You can print from an
iPhone, iPad and iPod touch with using AirPrint (Print). The mobile device or Mac
automatically detects this machine.
Using AirPrint (Print) allows you to print from a Mac without installing drivers. You can print
from an iPhone, iPad and iPod touch with using AirPrint (Print). An overview of AirPrint is
provided, and the basic settings are described here.
With AirPrint (Print), you can easily print a photo, e-mail, Web page or other displays on the
screen just by tapping the screen a few times.
• About AirPrint (Print)
These features require to connect this machine to a Mac via a wired LAN, wireless LAN, or
USB cable.
• Setting AirPrint (Print)
• Registering the Machine in a Computer (Mac OS X)
For more information about AirPrint, visit the Apple Inc. website.
• Printing with AirPrint (Print)
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6. Network
Setting AirPrint (Print)
Connecting to a Wireless LAN (AP mode) (Only When the Wireless LAN Module is Mounted) (User's Manual)
Connect this machine to the same network as a mobile device.
Connect this machine to a mobile device via wireless access points or by wireless LAN (AP
mode) directly.
Connect this machine to the access points with a wired or wireless LAN (Infrastructure).
If you want to connect with a wireless LAN (Infrastructure), set the wireless LAN
(Infrastructure) in advance.
Connecting This Machine to a Computer (User's Manual)
To use AirPrint from a Mac computer, connect this machine to the Mac.
To print by using AirPrint (Print), you must configure settings from the terminal side. Proceed
to "Printing with AirPrint (Print)".
If you want to connect with a wired LAN, connect this machine to the access points with a
LAN cable.
Connecting This Machine to a Computer (User's Manual)
If you want to connect with a wireless LAN (AP mode), set the wireless LAN (AP mode) in
advance.
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6. Network
6
Registering the Machine in a Computer (Mac OS X)
If you use AirPrint (Print) for the first time, you must add the machine to a computer.
The screen of OS X 10.10 is used as an example.
1
2
3
4
5
Turn the machine and computer.
Connect this machine to the computer with a wired or wireless LAN.
Select [System Preferences] from the Apple menu.
Click [Printers & Scanners].
Click [+], and then click [Add Printer or Scanner].
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Select [OKI-C542-******] and then click [Add].
6. Network
7
Check that the machine is displayed in [Printers], and [OKI C542-AirPrint] is
displayed in [Kind].
Printing with AirPrint (Print)
• Printing from an iOS Device
• Printing from a Computer (Mac OS X)
Before using AirPrint with Mac OS X, register this machine on the computer.
Registering the Machine in a Computer (Mac OS X)
Printing from an iOS Device
1
2
3
8
Open a file.
Tap
(Action).
Tap
(Print).
The name of the printer model that you used most recently and exists on the same
network is displayed.
If you print for the first time and any model name other than this machine is displayed, select this machine in step
4.
Close [Printers & Scanners].
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6. Network
4
Tap [Printer] to select your machine.
5
Set options.
6
Tap [Print].
The functions that this machine supports are displayed.
Printing from a Computer (Mac OS X)
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Open a file.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
6. Network
3
Select [OKI-C542] from [Printer].
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5
Set options.
Click [Print].
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6. Network
Google Cloud Print
About Google Cloud Print
The machine supports Google Cloud Print.
Google Cloud Print is a print service provided by Google that enables you to print from a
mobile phone, smartphone, computer, or other network devices. An overview of Google
Cloud Print is provided, and the basic settings and management are described here.
Google Cloud Print is a print service that enables you to output data to a printer from a mobile
phone, smartphone, computer, or other devices via the Internet.
With Google Cloud Print, you can send documents or images to a specified printer from
anywhere. For example, you can print from your computer at home to a printer in your office,
or from the application you always use to your printer at home - such printing can be easily
achieved. There is no need to install drivers or download software.
• About Google Cloud Print
• Setting Google Cloud Print
• Printing with Google Cloud Print
• Checking Google Cloud Print Registrations
• Checking or Changing the Use of Cloud Service Settings
• Deleting the Registered Information
• Checking That Deletion is Complete
• About Importing the CA Licenses of the Proxy Server
To use Google Cloud Print, you must prepare the following.
• This machine
When setting Google Cloud Print, the machine must be connected to the Internet.
Connecting This Machine to a Computer (User's Manual)
Since Google Cloud Print establishes communications via the Internet, it is recommended to employ security
measures.
• Restrict communications from the Internet with a firewall or other security system.
• Change the administrator password that is provided by the machine from the default value.
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6. Network
• Network devices
Setting Google Cloud Print
The network devices are computers or mobile devices that are connected to the Internet.
Set up Google Cloud Print or perform print operations from supported applications.
To use Google Cloud Print, a Google account is required. This section describes how to
register the machine in Google Cloud Print using a Google account.
• Google account
If you already have an account, there is no need to create a new account. Proceed to step 3.
This account is required for setting up Google Cloud Print or printing from a supported
application.
• Supported application
• To enter the [Google Cloud Print] menu, the administrator name and password are required. The factory default
administrator name and password are "admin" and "999999" respectively.
Applications that run on a network device and allow for Google Cloud Print.
• Although this manual describes the procedure for setting the servers from the operator panel, it is recommended
to set the servers from the Web page of this machine if you can operate from a computer.
For details on supported OSs and applications, visit the Google Web site. The
recommended browser is Google Chrome.
To check from the Web page, select [Admin Setup] > [Network] > [TCP/IP] in "About Items That Can be Set or
Checked".
Google Web site (http://www.google.com/cloudprint/learn/apps.html)
1
• Network
Used between the network devices and the Cloud, and the Cloud and the machine.
Access the Google Web site from a computer, smartphone, or other mobile
device.
Google Web site (https://accounts.google.com/signup)
Google Cloud Print does not support IPv6.
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2
3
Create a Google account by following the on-screen instructions.
4
Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
Check the IP address, subnet mask, and gateway address of the machine are
set correctly.
6. Network
5
Press [Google Cloud Print].
6
Press [Google Cloud Print Settings].
8
Check the [DNS Server (Primary)] setting value.
Since [0.0.0.0] indicates that the value is not set correctly, set the IP address that suits
your environment.
If the secondary DNS server is used, check the [DNS Server (Secondary)] setting
value.
7
Enter the administrator name and password and press [OK].
The factory default administrator name and password are "admin" and "999999"
respectively.
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6. Network
9
If the proxy server is used, press [Proxy] to [Enable], and then proceed to step 9.
12
Press [Proxy Server Port No.].
Press [Proxy Server].
13
14
15
Enter the proxy server port number.
10
Enter a server name.
11
Press [OK].
You can enter up to 64 characters.
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Press [OK].
Press [Proxy User ID].
6. Network
16
Enter the proxy user ID.
17
18
Press [OK].
19
You can enter up to 64 characters.
Press [Register to Google Cloud Print].
23
Enter the administrator name and password and press [OK].
24
When the [Register device to Google Cloud Print? Note: A Google account is
required for registration.] message is displayed, select [Yes].
Press [Proxy Password].
Enter the proxy password.
You can enter up to 64 characters.
For the setting values, contact your network administrator.
20
21
22
Press [OK].
Press [Back] to return to the [Google Cloud Print] menu.
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The factory default administrator name and password are "admin" and "999999"
respectively.
6. Network
25
The authentication destination URL is displayed.
27
When the Google account login screen is displayed, enter the Google account
information, and then click [Sign in].
28
When the registration screen is displayed, click [Finish printer registration].
Press [Print] and the authentication destination URL is printed.
• There is a time restriction for registration (authentication) processing (approximately 10 minutes).
• Proceed to step 30 within the time restriction to complete the registration.
• If you cannot complete within the time restriction and an error message is displayed, return to step 22, and
then register again.
26
Access the authentication destination URL that you printed in step 25 from a
computer or mobile device.
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6. Network
29
Wait until the [Thanks, you're ready to go!] message is displayed.
Printing with Google Cloud Print
• Printing Automatically
• Printing Manually
• Changing Printing Settings
• Cancelling Printing
Set when to start printing when the machine receives print data from Google Cloud Print.
• Set the Google Cloud Print function before using Google Cloud Print.
Google Cloud Print
30
• The print quality may not be the same as when printing with the printer driver or printing from the machine.
When the registration content and completion message is displayed on the
operator of the machine, check the message by scrolling the screen.
• PDF files with transparency effects applied may not be printed correctly.
• Encrypted PDF files may not be printed.
Printing Automatically
When the machine receives the print data, it is automatically printed.
1
2
Check that the machine is turned on.
Start an application that supports Google Cloud Print from a computer or
mobile device.
Google Cloud Print supports Google Chrome, Gmail, Google Drive, or other applications.
Printing with Google Cloud Print
3
Tap the wrench icon or the drop-down list in the application, and then select
[Print] from the displayed drop-down list.
4
5
Select the registered machine on the displayed screen.
Set the printing settings, and then print.
• To print, use the Google account that you used to register the machine in Google Cloud Print.
• To print with a different Google account, you must set the [Share] settings that are provided by the Google
Cloud Print service.
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6. Network
Printing Manually
Cancelling Printing
Print manually if you cannot print automatically or you want to print immediately after
receiving data.
To cancel during printing, cancel from the machine.
1
2
3
Check that the machine is turned on.
4
5
Press [Yes] on the confirmation screen.
Press [Print] or the
Cancelling a Print Job
(User's Manual)
To cancel before printing, delete a print job from the management screen of Google Cloud
Print.
(PRINT) button.
The Google Cloud Print administrator screen (https://www.google.com/cloudprint)
Press [Google Cloud Print].
If the print data exists on the Google Cloud Print service, printing starts.
To print manually, set [Using Cloud Service] to [Enable] or [Pause].
For details on [Using Cloud Service], refer to "Checking or Changing the Use of Cloud Service Settings".
Changing Printing Settings
To change printing settings, select [Option] on the printer selection screen that is displayed
when you print from a supported application.
You cannot change printing settings from the machine.
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6. Network
Checking from the Operator Panel
Checking Google Cloud Print Registrations
1
2
3
• Checking from the Management Screen of Google Cloud Print
• Checking from the Web Page
• Checking from the Operator Panel
You can check whether the machine is registered in Google Cloud Print in one of the
following three ways.
Checking from the Management Screen of Google Cloud Print
1
Access the Google Web site from a computer, smartphone, or other mobile
device.
The Google Cloud Print administrator screen (https://www.google.com/cloudprint)
2
3
Enter the Google account information, and then click [Sign in].
Click [Print].
The registered printers are displayed.
Checking from the Web Page
1
Open the Web page of this machine.
Open the Web Page of This Machine
2
Log in as the administrator.
3
4
5
Click [View Information].
Log In as the Administrator
Click [Network].
Check that [Registered] is displayed for [Google Cloud Print].
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Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
Press [Google Cloud Print].
Check that the following three items are displayed.
6. Network
Checking or Changing the Use of Cloud Service Settings
• Checking the Use of Cloud Service Settings
• Changing from the Web page
• Changing from the Operator Panel
You can check and edit the Google Cloud Print settings.
Checking the Use of Cloud Service Settings
Check the use status of the Cloud service from the Web page of this machine.
1
Open the Web page of this machine.
2
3
4
5
6
Click [View Information].
Log In as the Administrator
Click [Network].
3
4
5
6
7
Click [View Information].
Log In as the Administrator
Click [Network].
Click [Google Cloud Print].
Click [Using Cloud Service].
Change settings.
1
2
3
4
Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
5
6
Press [Using Cloud Service].
Click [Google Cloud Print].
Click [Using Cloud Service].
The use status is displayed. There are three use statuses:
Enable: You can print automatically or manually.
Pause: You can print manually. Set this status if you do not want to print automatically.
Disable: You cannot print. Set this status if you want to suspend the use of Google
Cloud Print or other cases.
Changing from the Web page
Change the Use of Cloud Service settings from the Web page of this machine.
1
Log in as the administrator.
Changing from the Operator Panel
Open the Web Page of This Machine
Log in as the administrator.
2
Open the Web page of this machine.
Open the Web Page of This Machine
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Press [Google Cloud Print].
Press [Google Cloud Print Settings].
Enter the administrator name and password and press [OK].
The factory default administrator name and password are "admin" and "999999"
respectively.
Select the type of settings.
6. Network
Deleting the Registered Information
6
Press [Yes] on the confirmation screen.
7
When the deletion is complete, the following screen is displayed.
Delete the information about the machine that is registered in Google Cloud Print by
following the procedure below.
1
Check that the machine is connected to a network.
If you delete the information with the machine connected to a network, the registration information on the Google
Cloud Print administrator screen is also deleted at the same time.
The Google Cloud Print administrator screen (https://www.google.com/cloudprint)
2
3
4
Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
5
Enter the administrator name and password and press [OK].
Press [Google Cloud Print].
Press [Delete Registered Information].
The factory default administrator name and password are "admin" and "999999"
respectively.
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6. Network
Checking from the Operator Panel
Checking That Deletion is Complete
1
2
3
• Checking from the Management Screen of Google Cloud Print
• Checking from the Web Page
• Checking from the Operator Panel
• If the Registration Information Remains on the Google Cloud Print Administrator Screen
• If You Deleted the Information on the Google Cloud Print Administrator Screen
You can check whether the machine is deleted from Google Cloud Print in one of the
following three ways.
Access the Google Web site from a computer, smartphone, or other mobile
device.
Enter the Google account information, and then click [Sign in].
If You Deleted the Information on the Google Cloud Print Administrator
Screen
Click [Print].
Check that the machine is not displayed.
If you deleted the registered machine on the Google Cloud Print administrator screen (https:/
/www.google.com/cloudprint), the registration information remains in the machine. In such a
case, delete the registration information from the operator panel of the machine.
Checking from the Web Page
1
1
2
Open the Web page of this machine.
Open the Web Page of This Machine
2
Log in as the administrator.
3
4
5
Click [View Information].
Check that the two items, [Register to Google Cloud Print] and [Google Cloud
Print Settings] are displayed.
If you delete the registration information by following the procedure in "Deleting the
Registered Information" with the machine not being connected to a network, the registered
machine may remain on the Google Cloud Print administrator screen (https://
www.google.com/cloudprint). In such a case, delete the machine on the Google Cloud Print
administrator screen.
The Google Cloud Print administrator screen (https://www.google.com/cloudprint)
2
3
Press [Google Cloud Print].
If the Registration Information Remains on the Google Cloud Print
Administrator Screen
Checking from the Management Screen of Google Cloud Print
1
Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
Log In as the Administrator
Click [Network].
Check that [Registered] is displayed for [Google Cloud Print].
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Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
Press [Google Cloud Print].
6. Network
3
Press [Delete Registered Information].
About Importing the CA Licenses of the Proxy Server
You can import the CA licenses from the Web page of this machine (http://(The IP address of
this machine)).
Specify the certificate that is issued by the certificate authority trusted by the proxy server.
You can import a PEM, DER, and PKCS#7 files.
For details on your network, contact your network administrator.
4
Enter the administrator name and password and press [OK].
5
Press [Yes] on the confirmation screen.
The factory default administrator name and password are "admin" and "999999"
respectively.
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6. Network
Network-Related Software
This section describes useful software when using the machine connected to a network.
• Web Page of This Machine
• Configuration Tool
• OKI LPR Utility
• Network Extension
• Network Card Setup (Mac OS X)
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6. Network
Network Settings
Using Wired LAN and Wireless LAN at the Same Time (Only
When the Wireless LAN Module is Mounted)
This section describes how to connect the machine to a network and to set up the network.
You can connect this machine to the wired and wireless LAN simultaneously.
The available combinations are as follows.
• Using Wired LAN and Wireless LAN at the Same Time (Only When the Wireless LAN
:Enable,
Module is Mounted)
• Initializing the Network Settings
:Unable
Connected with LAN cable
Wireless (Infrastructure)
Wireless (AP Mode)
• Setting the DHCP Server
Wireless(Infrastructure) and Wireless(AP Mode) cannot be enabled at the same time.
If a wired LAN and wireless LAN are connected to the same subnet, the communication may be unstable.
Setting up [Enabling Default Gateway]
To use a wired LAN and wireless LAN simultaneously, only interfaces whose default gateway
is enabled can communicate with devices out of the segment.
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1
2
3
Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
4
5
6
7
8
Press [Network Menu].
Press
or
several times and press [Admin Setup].
Enter the administrator name and password and press [OK].
The factory default administrator name and password are "admin" and "999999"
respectively.
Press [Network Setup].
Press [Network Setting].
Press [Enabling Default Gateway].
Select Wired or Wireless (Infrastructure).
6. Network
Initializing the Network Settings
• Initializing from Setting Menus of this Machine
• Initializing from the Operator Panel of this Machine (Boot Menu)
3
Press "#" on the numeric keypad.
4
Press "1" on the numeric keypad.
5
Press "1" on the numeric keypad.
The [Boot Menu] screen is displayed.
This procedure initializes all the network settings.
Initializing from Setting Menus of this Machine
You can restore the network settings to the factory default settings.
1
2
3
Press [Device Settings] on the touch panel.
4
5
6
7
Press [Network Menu].
Press
or
several times and press [Admin Setup].
Enter the administrator name and password and press [OK].
The factory default administrator name and password are "admin" and "999999"
respectively.
Press [Network Setup].
Press [Factory Defaults].
Press [Yes].
Initializing from the Operator Panel of this Machine (Boot Menu)
If you cannot initialize from the configuration menu of this machine, you can initialize from the
operator panel.
1
2
Turn the machine on while pressing and holding "6" on the numeric keypad.
Enter the administrator name and password and press [OK].
The factory default administrator name and password are "admin" and "999999"
respectively.
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6. Network
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13
14
15
16
17
18
Setting the DHCP Server
DHCP assigns an IP address to each host on a TCP/IP network.
To print via a network, this machine must have an IP address. For details on how to assign a static IP address, refer to
the manual of your DHCP server.
The following procedure is explained using Windows Server 2008 R2 as an example. The steps and menus may vary
depending on your operation system.
1
Click [Start], and then select [Administrative Tools] > [Server Manager].
2
3
4
5
6
Select [Add Roles] from [Roles Summary].
7
8
When the installation is complete, click [Close].
9
10
11
If [DHCP] is already displayed in [Administrative Tools], proceed to step 8.
Click [Next] in [Add Roles Wizard].
Select the [DHCP Server] check box, and then click [Next].
Set the settings by following the on-screen instructions, if necessary.
Check the setting on the [Confirm Installation Selection] screen, and then click
[Install].
Click [Start], and then select [Administrative Tools] > [DHCP] to start the
[DHCP] wizard.
Select a server to use from the DHCP list.
Select [New Scope] from the [Action] menu.
Set the settings by following the on-screen instructions in [New Scope Wizard]
if necessary.
• Be sure to set the default gateway.
• Select [Yes, I want to activate the scope now] on the [Active Scope] screen.
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Click [Finish].
Select the new scope from the DHCP list, and then select [Reservations].
Select [New Reservation] from the [Action] menu.
Set the settings.
Click [Add].
Click [Close].
Select [Exit] from the [File] menu.
6. Network
Network Problems
This section describes how to solve problems when the machine is connected to a network.
• Unable to print from network
Unable to Print (User's Manual)
Network Connection Problems
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7
Utility Software
List of Utility Software
Installing Software
Web Page of This Machine
Color Correct Utility
Color Swatch Utility
PS Gamma Adjuster Utility
Configuration Tool
OKI LPR Utility
Network Extension
Network Card Setup (Mac OS X)
Print Job Accounting Client
This chapter describes utility software to make the machine more comfortable.
7. Utility Software
List of Utility Software
Windows Utilities
System Requirements
This section describes utilities you can use on this machine. For how to use each utility, refer
to its topic.
Windows 10/Windows 8.1/Windows 8/Windows 7/Windows Vista
Windows Server 2016/Windows Server 2012 R2/Windows Server 2012
• Windows Utilities
Windows Server 2008 R2/Windows Server 2008
• Mac OS X Utilities
Item
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Description
Color Correct Utility
Adjust the Color Matching when
printing from a computer.
You can change the overall trend of
output colors by adjusting the palette
color output, gamma value, hue or
saturation of the primary colors.
Color Swatch Utility
Prints RGB color sample. You can
check the RGB value on the printed
color sample in order to print with
desired colors.
PS Gamma Adjuster
You can adjust the color density used
for photographs when printing from a
computer.
Configuration Tool
You can set the access control
settings of this machine, register and
delete the formdata, and ICC profile to
the printer and manage it. The
registered ICC profile is used to the
color matching in the [Graphic Pro]
mode of the printer driver.
PDF Print Direct
Prints out PDF files without launching
any applications.
OKI LPR Utility
You can check the status of device
connected to a network or transfer
print data to another device from a
computer.
Network Extension
You can check the settings of this
machine and option settings from the
printer driver. This utility is
automatically installed when installing
a printer driver via a network
connection.
Print Job Accounting Client
You can set user ID (PIN) in the printer
driver for using the job account
function or authorizing access to the
machine.
References
Color Correct Utility
Color Swatch Utility
PS Gamma Adjuster Utility
Configuration Tool
Printing without Opening a PDF
File (PDF Print Direct)
OKI LPR Utility
Network Extension
Print Job Accounting Client
7. Utility Software
Mac OS X Utilities
System Requirements
OS X 10.8.5 to 10.12
Item
Description
References
PS Gamma Adjuster
You can adjust the color density used
for photographs when printing from a
computer.
Color Correct Utility
Adjust the Color Matching when
printing from a computer.
You can change the overall trend of
output colors by adjusting the palette
color output, gamma value, hue or
saturation of the primary colors.
Network Card Setup
You can set a network.
Profile Assistant
Registers ICC profile to the printer and Download from the Oki data web site.
manage it. The registered ICC profile
is used to the color matching in the
[Graphic Pro] mode of the printer
driver.
Print Job Accounting Client
You can set user ID (PIN) in the printer
driver for using the job account
function or authorizing access to the
machine.
PS Gamma Adjuster Utility
Color Correct Utility
Network Card Setup (Mac OS X)
Print Job Accounting Client
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7. Utility Software
Installing Software
For Windows
Install utility software by using the Software DVD-ROM.
Install the utility you want to use by following the procedure below.
• PCL6 Printer Driver
• PS Printer Driver
• For Windows
• For Mac OS X
• XPS Printer Driver
• OKI LPR Utility
• Configuration Tool
• PDF Print Direct
• Print Job Accounting Client
Connect the machine to a computer via a network or USB interface.
Check the status of this machine before installing.
• This machine is turned on.
• This machine is connected to a network with a network cable and the IP address or other settings are set.
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Insert the "Software DVD-ROM" into a computer.
7. Utility Software
2
7
When [AutoPlay] is displayed, click [Run Setup.exe].
If the [User Account Control] dialog box is displayed, click [Yes].
3
4
5
6
Select a language from the drop-down list.
Read the license agreement, and then click [Accept].
Read Environmental advice for Users and click [Next].
Select [Network] or [USB] corresponding to your connection environment, and
then click [Next].
If the [Windows Security Alert] dialog box is displayed, click [Allow access].
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Select the model name of this machine, and then click [Next].
7. Utility Software
8
9
Click [Custom Install].
10
Click [Separate Install].
Click a driver or software to install.
Installation starts.
The procedure below varies depending on the selected software.
The procedure below uses the installation of the Configuration Tool as an example.
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7. Utility Software
11
Select plug-ins you want to install and click [Install].
For Mac OS X
You can copy a utility by dragging to any location. You can also run a utility directly from the
"Software DVD-ROM".
1
2
3
Insert the included "Software DVD-ROM" into a computer.
From [OKI] > double-click the [Utilities] folder.
Copy the folder of a utility to install by dragging to any location.
To start utility software, double-click the software icon in the folder.
Install starts.
12
When installation is complete, click [Close].
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7. Utility Software
Web Page of This Machine
Open the Web Page of This Machine
• About the Operating Environment
You can make network settings or menu settings from the Web page of this machine.
• Open the Web Page of This Machine
• Check whether your browser is set as follows.
• Log In as the Administrator
• Set the security setting for the Web page to the middle level, or enable Cookie.
• To enter the [Admin Setup] menu, the administrator password is required.
• Changing the Administrator Password (Web Page)
• To change settings of the machine on the Web page, you must log in as the administrator of the machine.
• Checking or Changing the Settings of This Machine
• Encrypting Communication with SSL/TLS
The description uses the following environment as an example.
• Encrypting Communication with IPSec
• Device name: C542
• Limiting by Using an IP Address (IP Filtering)
• Limiting by Using a MAC Address (MAC Address Filtering)
• IP address of the machine: 192.168.0.2
• E-mail Alert
1
2
• Using SNMPv3
• Using IEEE802.1X (Wired LAN)
• Setting IEEE802.1X (Wireless LAN)
• Setting Wireless LAN (WPA/WPA2-EAP)
• Setting the LDAP Server
Start a Web browser.
Enter "http://(The IP address of this machine)" in the address bar, and then
press the <Enter> key.
About the IP Address of this machine, refer to "Checking the Information of the
Machine".
• E-mail Setup
• Setting Power Save Mode (Web Page)
• Setting Sleep Mode (Web Page)
• Setting Auto Power Off Mode (Web Page)
• JOB MACRO (Web Page)
• About Items That Can be Set or Checked
If the IP address includes a value in one or two digits, do not enter "0" before the value. Communications may not
be performed correctly.
• An example of a correct entry: http://192.168.0.2/
• An example of an incorrect entry: http://192.168.000.002/
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7. Utility Software
2
Log In as the Administrator
Enter "admin" in [User Name] and the current password in [Password], and
then click [OK].
To change settings of the machine on the Web browser, you must log in as the administrator
of the machine.
1
Click [Administrator Login].
The password is the same as the "administrator password" on the operator panel.
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7. Utility Software
3
4
Set the machine information that can be checked on a network, click [OK] or
[SKIP].
The following screen is displayed.
The following items are for developers and not available for general users.
• sXP Application
• Output Management
• To omit the setting, click [SKIP].
• To not display from the next login, select the [Do not show this page again.] check box, and then click [OK] or
[SKIP].
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7. Utility Software
Changing the Administrator Password (Web Page)
Checking or Changing the Settings of This Machine
You can change the administrator password of this machine from the Web page. The
administrator password specified on the Web page is used when logging from the Web page
or operator panel.
1
You can operate the following from the Web page of this machine.
• About the Operating Environment
• Displaying the Machine Status
Open the Web page of this machine.
The Web page can be used for Windows and Mac OS X.
Open the Web Page of This Machine
2
3
4
5
• Displaying the status of the machine
Log in as the administrator.
• Creating a profile
Select [Admin Setup].
• Setting a tray, network, default setting of a function, and the machine
Select [Management] > [New Admin Password].
• Displaying a list of jobs
Enter a new password in [New Password].
• Printing a PDF file without using the printer driver
• Linking to frequently-used Web pages
• You can enter 6 to 12 alphanumeric characters for the password.
• The password is case sensitive.
6
Re-enter the new password in [New Admin Password (Verify)].
7
Click [Submit].
About the Operating Environment
The password is not be displayed. Write down the password and keep it in a safe place.
• Set the security setting for your browser to the middle level, or enable Cookie.
• To enter the [Admin Setup] menu, the administrator password is required. The factory default password is
"999999".
The new settings take effect when the network function of this machine restarts.
• To change settings of the machine on the Web page, you must log in as the administrator of the machine.
About how to set a network
You do not need to restart the machine. The next time you log in as the administrator, you can use the new password.
Connecting This Machine to a Computer (User's Manual)
The description uses the following environment as an example.
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7. Utility Software
3
• Device name: C542
• IP address of the machine: 192.168.0.2
Displaying the Machine Status
1
Open the Web page of this machine.
Open the Web Page of This Machine
2
Log in as the administrator.
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The following screen is displayed.
You can check the remaining amount of the consumables, printing counter, and
information of network and system of this machine.
7. Utility Software
7
8
9
Encrypting Communication with SSL/TLS
You can encrypt communication between your computer and this machine. Communication
is encrypted with SSL/TLS in the following cases. When you set HTTPS communication, you
can use a certificate that is pre-installed in this machine.
10
Creating a Certificate
You can use a certificate when sending data to this machine that is connected to a network.
This section describes how to create a certificate by using the Web page.
Click [OK].
Install a certificate from a certificate authority by following the on-screen
instructions.
Click [Submit].
Proceed to "Enabling Encryption Settings".
Importing a Certificate
You can create a certificate on the Web page. You can use the following three certificates.
This section describes how to import a certificate and a private key from the Web page.
• Pre-installed certificate
1
• Self-signed certificate
Open the Web page of this machine.
Open the Web Page of This Machine
• Authority-issued certificate
2
3
4
5
• Before you create a certificate, be sure to delete the pre-installed certificate.
• If you change the IP address of this machine after creating the certificate, the certificate becomes invalid. Be sure not
to change the IP address of this machine after creating the certificate.
1
Send the CSR to a certificate authority by following the on-screen instructions.
Open the Web page of this machine.
Log in as the administrator.
Click [Admin Setup].
Select [Network] > [Security] > [SSL/TLS].
Select [Using Certificate and Private Key after imported] to import a certificate.
Open the Web Page of This Machine
2
3
4
5
Log in as the administrator.
You can import a certificate in PKCS#12 format.
Select [Admin Setup].
Exporting a Certificate
Select [Network] > [Security] > [SSL/TLS].
This section describes how to export a certificate.
Specify detailed settings by following the on-screen instructions.
For functions that communicate with SSL/TLS, a procedure to trust the exported certificate is
required on the computer.
Import the exported certificate of this machine into the trusted certificate store of the
computer to trust the certificate.
The IP address of this machine is set to [Common Name].
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Check the settings, and then click [OK].
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In the case of a self-signed certificate, close the Web page by following the on-screen
instructions, proceed to "Enabling Encryption Settings".
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If you want to obtain a certificate issued by the certificate authority, proceed to step 7.
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Log in as the administrator.
Click [Admin Setup].
Select [Network] > [Security] > [SSL/TLS].
Select [Export Certificate] to export a certificate.
You can export a certificate in PEM format.
Enabling Encryption Settings
You must enable encryption after creating a certificate. This section describes how to enable
encryption by using the Web page.
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Select [Add a network, wireless or Bluetooth printer] in the [Add Printer]
wizard.
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Select [The printer that I want isn't] from the list of available printers.
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Click [Have Disk].
If you enable encryption, communication is encrypted immediately after the settings is
changed from the Web page.
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Insert the "Software DVD-ROM" into the computer.
Enter the following value in [Copy manufacturer's files from], and then click
[Use].
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For PCL driver: "D: Drivers _PCL"
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For PS driver: "D: Drivers PS"
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For XPS driver: "D: Drivers XPS"
The above value is an example of the DVD-ROM drive is set to the D drive.
Log in as the administrator.
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Select [Admin Setup].
Select [Network] > [Security] > [SSL/TLS].
Select [Enable] for the protocol to which apply the encryption.
Click [Submit].
Setting This Machine as the IPP Printer in a Windows Environment
Add this machine to your computer as an IPP printer.
Select the INF file, and then click [Open].
Click [OK].
Select a model, and then click [OK].
Click [Next].
Select [Finish].
Print the test page after installation is complete.
Setting This Machine as the IPP Printer in a Mac OS X Environment
If you enable IPP print, you can send print data to this machine via the Internet. This section
describes how to enable IPP print in a Windows environment.
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Enter "http://(The IP address of this machine)/ipp" or "http://IP address of this
machine)/ipp/lp", and then click [Next].
Open the Web page of this machine.
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Select [Select a shared printer by name].
Add this machine to a computer as an IPP printer.
If you enable IPP print, you can send print data to this machine via the Internet. This section
describes how to enable IPP print in a Mac OS X environment.
Click [Start], and then select [Devices and Printers] > [Add a Printer].
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Insert the "Software DVD-ROM" into the computer, and then install the driver.
Encrypting Communication with IPSec
Installing Software
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You can encrypt communication between your computer and the machine.
Select [System Preferences] from the Apple menu.
The communication is encrypted by IPSec. When IPSec is enabled, encryption is applied for
all the applications by using IP protocols.
Click [Print & Scan].
You can specify up to 50 hosts by their IP addresses. When a host that is not registered tries
to access the machine, it is rejected. When you try to access a host that is not registered, the
attempt is invalid.
Click [+].
Click the [IP] tab.
Be sure to configure the machine in advance, before configuring your computer.
Select [IPP (Internet Printing Protocol)] from [Protocol].
Enter the IP address of this machine in [Address].
You must have a pre-shared key readied in advance.
Enter "ipp/lp" in [Queue].
Click [Add].
Setting This Machine
Click [Continue].
This section describes the settings you need to set on the printer to enable IPSec. You must
log in to the Web page as the administrator to complete this setting.
Check that the machine is registered in [Print & Scan].
To enable IPSec, you must set this machine by using the Web page in advance.
• If IPsec is set to this machine and the host, IPSec communication is established. If IPSec is not set to the host, IPSec
communication is not established.
• Do not forget to take notes of the values specified in this procedure. These values are necessary when setting IPSec
on a computer.
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Select [Admin Setup].
Select [Network] > [Security] > [IPSec].
Specify detailed settings by following the on-screen instructions.
You must enable either [AH] or [ESP] in the [Phase2 Proposal] setting.
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Click [Submit].
The new settings take effect when the network function of this machine restarts.
If you were unable to set up IPSec due to the inconsistency of the parameters that were specified, you cannot access
the Web page. In such a case, disable the IPSec from the operator panel of this machine or initialize the network
settings.
Proceed to setting a computer.
Setting a Computer
Setting a Computer
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Click [IP Security Policies on Local Computer] in the [Local Security Policy]
window.
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Select [Create IP Security Policy] from the [Action] menu.
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Select the [Edit Properties] check box, and then click [Finish].
Click [Next] in [IP Security Policy Wizard].
Enter [Name] and [Description], and then click [Next].
Clear the [Activate the default response rule (earlier versions of Windows
only)] check box, and then click [Next].
Setting Key Exchange
This section describes the settings you need to set on a computer to enable IPSec. You must
set the printer before this setting.
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• Creating an IP Security Policy
• Setting Key Exchange
• Setting an IP Filter
• Setting Filter Actions
Select the [General] tab in the New IP Security Policy Properties window.
Click [Settings].
Enter a value (minutes) in [Authenticate and generate a new key after every] in
the [Key Exchange Settings] window.
• Assigning an IP Security Policy
Set IPSec to a computer.
Specify the same value as [Lifetime] in the "Phase1 Proposal" setting in "Setting This Machine". Enter a value in
minutes in this step even if [Lifetime] is specified in seconds.
Follow the procedure below, and be sure to perform all the steps in order.
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Setting This Machine
Click [Methods].
Click [Add] in the [Key Exchange Security Methods] window.
Specify [Integrity algorithm], [Encryption algorithm], and [Diffie-Hellman
group].
Creating an IP Security Policy
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Double-click [Local Security Policy].
Select the same value specified in [IKE Encryption Algorithm], [IKE Hush Algorithm], and [Diffie-Hellman group]
in the "Phase1 Proposal" setting in "Setting This Machine".
[Administrative Tools].
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Select [OK] in the [Key Exchange Security Methods] window.
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Click [OK] in the [Key Exchange Settings] window.
Setting an IP Filter
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Select [All Network Connections] on the [Network Type] screen, and then click
[Next].
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Click [Add].
Click [Next] in [Security Rule Wizard].
Select [This rule does not specify a tunnel] on the [Tunnel Endpoint] screen,
and then click [Next].
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Click [Next] in the [Filter Action Wizard].
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Select [Do not allow unsecured communication] on the [Communicating with
computers that do not support IPsec] screen, and then click [Next].
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Select [Custom] on the [IP Traffic Security] screen, and then click [Settings].
Enter [Name] and [Description] on the [Filter Action Name] screen.
Select [Negotiate security] on the [Filter Action General Options] screen, and
then click [Next].
Set in the [Custom Security Method Settings] window, and then click [OK].
Set the same values as those specified in [ESP Encryption Algorithm], [ESP Authentication Algorithm], [AH
Authentication Algorithm], and [LifeTime] in the "Phase2 Proposal" setting in "Setting This Machine".
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Click [Add] on the [IP Filter List] screen.
Click [Add] in the [IP Filter List] window.
Click [Next] on the [IP Traffic Security] screen.
Select the [Edit Properties] check box, and then click [Finish].
Click [Next] on [IP Filter Wizard].
Assigning an IP Security Policy
Click [Next] on the [IP Filter Description and Mirrored property] screen.
Click [Next] on the [IP Traffic Source] screen.
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If you want to enable Key PFS, select the [Use session key perfect forward
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[Accept unsecured communication, but always respond using IPsec] check
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Click [OK].
Click [Next] on the [IP Traffic Destination] screen.
Click [Next] on the [IP Protocol Type] screen.
Click [Finish].
Setting Filter Actions
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Click [Add] on the [Filter Action] screen.
secrecy (PFS)] check box in the [Filter Action Properties] window.
Select the new filter action, and then click [Next].
Select the authentication method on the [Authentication Method] screen, and
then click [Next].
Select a new IP filter from the list on the [Security Rule Wizard], and then click
[Next].
If the pre-shared key is set in "Setting This Machine", enable "Use this string to protect the key exchange
(preshared key)" on the [Authentication Method] screen and enter the pre-shared key.
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Click [x] in the [Local Security Policy] window.
Limiting by Using an IP Address (IP Filtering)
Click [OK] in the New IP Security Policy Properties window.
You can control access to the machine by using an IP address. You can set whether to allow
for setting or printing from a specified IP address. IP filtering is disabled by factory default.
Select the new IP security policy in the [Local Security Policy] window.
Select [Assign] from the [Action] menu.
• Be sure to specify the correct IP address. An incorrect entry of an IP address does not allow for access to the printer
by using the IP protocol.
Check that [Yes] is displayed for [Policy Assigned] for the new IP security
policy.
• If you enable IP filtering, access to hosts that are not specified in this setting is rejected.
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Log in as the administrator.
Select [Admin Setup].
Select [Network] > [Security] > [IP Filtering].
Specify detailed settings by following the on-screen instructions.
• If nothing is registered in [Administrator's IP Address to Register], any access to the machine may not be
allowed depending on the specified IP address range.
• If you use a proxy server, [Your Current Local Host/Proxy IP Address] and the IP address of your host may not
match.
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Click [Submit].
The new settings take effect when the network function of this machine restarts.
You can use only IPv4 for IP filtering.
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Limiting by Using a MAC Address (MAC Address Filtering)
E-mail Alert
You can control access to the machine by using a MAC address. You can allow for or reject
access from a specified MAC address.
Setting to Send an E-mail Alert if an Error Occurs
To use this function, you need to set up your mail server in advance.
Be sure to specify the correct MAC address. An incorrect entry of a MAC address does not allow for access to the
machine from a network.
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Log in as the administrator.
Select [Admin Setup].
Select [Network] > [Security] > [MAC Address Filtering].
Specify detailed settings by following the on-screen instructions.
• If nothing is registered in [Administrator's MAC Address to Register], access to the machine may not be
allowed depending on the specified MAC address.
• If you use a proxy server, [Your Current Local Host/Proxy MAC Address] and the MAC address of your host
may not match.
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Click [Submit].
The new settings take effect when the network function of this machine restarts.
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Log in as the administrator.
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Click [Setting] of the entered e-mail address.
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Select [Upon occurrence of an event] in [Way of E-mail Alerting], and then
click [To Step 2].
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Specify detailed settings by following the on-screen instructions.
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You cannot specify to accept or to reject for each address.
Select [Admin Setup].
Select [Network] > [E-mail] > [Alert Settings].
Enter an e-mail address to receive a notification in [Failure Notification
Settings].
If you want to apply the notification conditions to another address, click [Copy].
If you insert a check in any errors or warnings that require notification, a window to
specify the time difference between the sending of the notification and the occurrence
of the error is displayed.
Click [OK].
Click [View a summary of current configuration] to check the current settings,
and then click [x] to close the window.
You can check the current settings of up to two addresses in the main window. Select
the address you want to check from the list box.
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Click [Submit].
The new settings take effect when the network function of this machine restarts.
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Setting to Send an E-mail Alert Regularly
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Using SNMPv3
Open the Web page of this machine.
If you use an SNMP manager that supports SNMPv3, you can encrypt the machine
management with SNMP.
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Select [Admin Setup].
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Select [Network] > [E-mail] > [Alert Settings].
Enter an e-mail address to receive a notification in [Failure Notification
Settings].
If you want to apply the notification conditions to another address, click [Copy].
Select [Periodically] in [Way of E-mail Alerting], and then click [To Step 2].
Log in as the administrator.
Select [Admin Setup].
Select [Network] > [SNMP] > [Settings].
Specify detailed settings by following the on-screen instructions.
Click [Submit].
The new settings take effect when the network function of this machine restarts.
Specify detailed settings by following the on-screen instructions.
Click [OK].
You can confirm and change the machine settings with a commercially available SNMP manager tools. For the MIB
in the machine, refer to the "Software DVD-ROM", and check the "README" file in the [Misc] > [MIB Files] folder.
Click [View a summary of current configuration] to check the current settings,
and then click [x] to close the window.
You can check the current settings of up to two addresses in the main window. Select
the address you want to check from the list box.
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Open the Web page of this machine.
Click [Submit].
The new settings take effect when the network function of this machine restarts.
If any failure that is not eligible for notification, an e-mail is not sent.
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Using IEEE802.1X (Wired LAN)
This machine supports IEEE802.1X authentication. With this authentication function, you can
set the machine, that is connected to a network, deny connection except for specific
computers.
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Open the Web page of this machine.
Log in as the administrator.
Select [Admin Setup].
Select [Network] > [IEEE802.1X].
Select [Enable] from [IEEE802.1X].
Select [PEAP] from [EAP Type].
Enter a user name in [EAP User].
Enter a password in [EAP Password].
Select [Authenticate Server], and then click [Import].
Enter the file name of the CA certificate, and then click [OK].
Specify the certificate issued by the certificate authority that the RADIUS server
obtained. You can import a PEM, DER, and PKCS#7 file.
Click [Submit].
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Set up this machine.
EAP authentication must be performed after computer connection is authenticated by
enabling IEEE802.1X. This section describes how to set EAP-TLS, which is an EAP
authentication type.
EAP authentication must be performed after computer connection is authenticated by
enabling IEEE802.1X. This section describes how to set PEAP, which is an EAP
authentication type.
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Setting by Using EAP-TLS
Setting by Using PEAP
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Enter the file name of the certificate.
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Select [Admin Setup].
Select [Network] > [IEEE802.1X].
Select [Enable] for [IEEE802.1X].
Select [EAP-TLS] for [EAP Type].
Enter a user name in [EAP User].
Select [Do not use SSL/TLS Certificate for EAP authentication], and then click
[Import].
You can only import a PKCS#12 file.
Enter the password of the certificate, and then click [OK].
Select [Authenticate Server], and then click [Import].
Enter the file name of the CA certificate, and then click [OK].
Specify the certificate issued by the certificate authority that the RADIUS server
obtained. You can import a PEM, DER, and PKCS#7 file.
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Setting IEEE802.1X (Wireless LAN)
The new settings take effect when the network function of this machine restarts.
Before setting WPA/WAP2-EAP as the security of wireless LAN, make a setting from the
[IEEE802.1X] menu.
Connect the LAN cable to the network interface connector.
Setting by Using EAP-TLS
Connect the LAN cable to the authentication port of an authentication switch.
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Open the Web page of this machine.
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Set up this machine.
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Log in as the administrator.
Click [Admin Setup].
Select [Network] > [IEEE802.1X].
Select [Disable] for [IEEE802.1X].
Select [EAP-TLS] for [EAP Type].
Enter a user name in [EAP User].
Select [Do not use SSL/TLS Certificate for EAP authentication], and then click
[Import].
If [Use SSL/TLS Certificate for EAP authentication] is selected, set the certificate in the [SSL/TLS] menu
beforehand.
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Select the certificate file.
You can only import a PKCS#12 file.
Enter the password of the certificate, and then click [OK].
Select [Authenticate Server], and then click [Import].
If you select [Not authenticate Server], go to step 13.
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Select the CA certificate file, and then click [OK].
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Specify the certificate issued by the certificate authority that the RADIUS server uses for authentication. You can
import a PEM, DER, and PKCS#7 file.
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Click [Submit].
Go to "Setting Wireless LAN (WPA/WPA2-EAP)" when the machine becomes
online.
Setting by Using PEAP
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Click [Admin Setup].
Select [Network] > [IEEE802.1X].
Select [Disable] for [IEEE802.1X].
Select [PEAP] for [EAP Type].
Enter a user name in [EAP User].
Enter a password in [EAP Password].
Select [Authenticate Server], and then click [Import].
If you select [Not authenticate Server], go to step 11.
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Select the CA certificate file, and then click [OK].
Specify the certificate issued by the certificate authority that the RADIUS server uses for authentication. You can
import a PEM, DER, and PKCS#7 file.
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Go to "Setting Wireless LAN (WPA/WPA2-EAP)" when the machine becomes
online.
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Setting Wireless LAN (WPA/WPA2-EAP)
Setting the LDAP Server
Make a setting in the [IEEE802.1 X] menu before making this setting.
Setting IEEE802.1X (Wireless LAN)
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Open the Web page of this machine.
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Log in as the administrator.
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Click [Admin Setup].
Select [Network Menu] > [Wireless(Infrastructure)] > [Manual Setup].
Select [Enable] for [Wireless(Infrastructure)] in [Basic Settings].
"Disable" is set by default.
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Log in as the administrator.
Select [Admin Setup].
Select [Network] > [LDAP].
Enter the FQDN or IP address of the LDAP server in [LDAP Server].
When you select [Digest-MD5] or [Secure Protocol] for [Method] in step 9, do not enter an IP address, but enter
an FDQN. FQDN is a combination of a host name and domain name. (Example: Server1.domain1.local)
Enter SSID name for wireless access point you want to connect in [SSID].
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Select [WPA/WPA2-EAP] for [Security] in [Security Settings].
When all the settings in Basic Settings and Security Settings are complete,
press [Submit] on the bottom left of the web page to reflect the settings. It may
take approximately one minute to establish the wireless AP connection. If
connection fails, retry the wireless setting on the operator panel or switch to a
wired LAN on the operator panel, and then retry the wireless setting on the
web page of the machine.
Enter the port number of the LDAP server in [Port Number].
Specify a value of time-out to wait for the search results in [Timeout].
Specify a BaseDN to access the LDAP server in [Search Root].
Select a necessary authentication method in [Method].
[Anonymous]: Connects to the LDAP server by Anonymous authentication.
[Simple]: Connects to the LDAP server by Simple authentication.
[Digest-MD5]: Connects to the LDAP server by Digest-MD5 authentication.
[Secure Protocol]: Connects to the LDAP server by Secure Protocol (Kerberos)
authentication.
If you select [Anonymous], the machine always authenticates by Anonymous authentication. If you use the LDAP
server for the LDAP Name authentication, select an authentication method other than [Anonymous].
• If you select [Digest-MD5], you must set the DNS server.
• If you select [Secure Protocol], you must set SNTP server, DNS server, and secure protocol server.
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If you select other than [Anonymous] in step 9, specify the user ID and
password to log in to the LDAP server.
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Select the encryption method in [Encryption].
E-mail Setup
You can set reception protocol (POP3, SMTP, etc.) so that the machine can receive e-mail.
[None]: Encryption is not performed.
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[STARTTLS]: Encryption in StartTLS method is performed.
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Log in as the administrator.
Select [Admin Setup].
Click [Network] > [Mail Server] on the left side of the screen.
Set the mail server based on the information on the setting information sheet if
necessary.
Click [Submit].
Click [E-mail] > [Receive Settings] on the left side of the screen.
Select [POP3] or [SMTP], and then click [To STEP2].
Set the POP3 protocol if necessary.
Click [Submit].
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Setting Power Save Mode (Web Page)
Setting Sleep Mode (Web Page)
Set the length of idle time before entering Power Save mode.
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Set the length of idle time before entering Sleep mode.
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Click [Admin Setup].
Click [Management] > [Power Save].
Select the transition time from [Power Save Time], and then click [Submit].
Log in as the administrator.
Click [Admin Setup].
Click [Management] > [Power Save].
Select the transition time from [Sleep Time], and then click [Submit].
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Setting Auto Power Off Mode (Web Page)
JOB MACRO (Web Page)
• Setting Auto Power Off
This machine is equipped a web browser on the touch panel. The browser helps you access
web application running on the server to use various solutions.
• Setting the Transition Time
The affiliate software vendors offer the web application which becomes available only if you
make an agreement with the vendor and install it. The application created based on our
solution platform (smart Extendable Platform(sXP)) to run on the server is called sXP
application.
You can set Auto Power Off.
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The sXP application operation screens are displayed on the web browser of the machine. To
open the sXP application operation screen, register the URL for the sXP application and call
from JOB MACRO.
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The web browser on the machine is only for using the sXP application.
Log in as the administrator.
Click [Admin Setup].
The sXP application can offer solutions which manage printing process, digitalize paper documents to systematize
work, etc.
Click [User Install] > [Power Setup].
• Registering sXP Application
The sXP application can be registered on the Web page of this machine.
Select [Auto Power Off], and then click [Submit].
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Click [Admin Setup].
Click [Management] > [Power Save].
Log in as the administrator.
Click [sXP Application].
Click [+].
Enter "Application Name" and "URL Address", and then click [OK].
The application name set here is registered as a job macro name and is displayed in the Job
Macro list.
Select [Auto Power Off Time], and then click [Submit].
• "Application Name" and "URL Address" used when registered are regulated by the sXP application supplier.
• For the "URL Address", always enter the complete address.
• If "Web browser" is set as the default mode of the machine, the selected sXP application will be displayed on
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• Starting the Registered sXP Application
You can start the registered sXP application.
The registered sXP application is saved in Job Macro. Refer to "Using a
Registered Macro".
About Items That Can be Set or Checked
• View Information
• Editing the Name and URL of sXP Application
The name and URL of sXP application can be edited from the Web page of this
machine.
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Click [sXP Application].
Click the application name you want to edit.
Edit "Application Name" and "URL Address" and click [OK].
• Deleting the Registered sXP Application
The sXP application can be deleted on the Web page of this machine.
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Click [sXP Application].
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Select the check box for the application name you want to delete.
Displays the current status of the machine. All the
warnings and errors that have occurred on the machine
are displayed as "Alert information". You can also check
the operating status of each network service, a list of
machine information, and the IP address that is set to the
machine.
Print Count
Displays the number of printouts.
Supplies Life
Displays the remaining amount and lifetime of
consumables.
Click [Delete].
Click [OK].
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Description
Status
7. Utility Software
Item
Description
Usage Report (This function is displayed only if you log
in as the administrator of the machine.)
Displays the print statistics results.
Network
You can check general information, the status of TCP/IP,
maintenance information, and other Network setting
information.
System
Item
Description
Duplex Last Page
Sets whether to perform duplex printing if the last page is
a simplex page.
• Admin Setup
This function is displayed only if you log in as the administrator of the machine.
Displays the machine information.
• Paper Setup
This function is displayed only if you log in as the administrator of the machine.
• Network
Item
Tray Configuration
Description
Item
You can set a paper size for each tray, custom paper,
and other settings.
When using the printer driver, the values that are set with
the printer driver are given priority over these settings.
Select Tray
Select a tray that is used when paper is automatically
selected.
Paper Input Options
Sets tray switch and a priority order.
Description
General Network Settings
Sets the general network settings.
Wireless(Infrastructure) Setting
Sets the wireless(Infrastructure)
settings.
Wireless(AP mode) Setting
Sets wireless (AP mode) settings.
TCP/IP
Sets TCP/IP information.
Easy Setup
NBT
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Sets NetBIOS over TCP information.
7. Utility Software
Item
Mail Server
E-mail
Description
Item
Sets a mail server.
Receive Settings
Sets an e-mail receive settings.
Alert Settings
Sets the function that enables you to
receive e-mail alerts about events
that have occurred on the machine.
Settings
Sets SNMP.
Trap
Sets SNMP Trap.
Settings
Sets the function that enables you to
perform IPP print.
Authentication
Sets authentication.
Maintenance
Description
Reset/Restore
Restarts and resets a network. Even
if you access the Web page from the
Web browser after restarting, the
Web page is not displayed until the
restart is complete. Resetting
restores the IP address to its default
status, resulting in information you
manually set being lost. In such a
case, the Web page cannot be
displayed.
Network Scale
Improves operation efficiency on a
network. This setting is very effective
when a hub that has the spanning
tree function is used, or a computer
and the machine are connected oneon-one with a cross cable.
E-mail Setup
E-mail Alert
SNMP
IPP
Google Cloud Print
Sets Google Cloud Print information.
Windows Rally
Sets Windows Rally information.
IEEE802.1X
Sets EEE802.1X/EAP information.
Secure Protocol Server
Sets secure protocol server
information.
LDAP
Sets LDAP information.
Proxy
Sets Proxy information.
Security
Protocol ON/OFF
Stops a network protocol and network
service that are not used.
IP Filtering
Restricts access by using IP
addresses. Access from outside your
company is also supported. However,
this function requires sufficient
knowledge about IP addresses.
Some settings may result in serious
problems that prevent you from
accessing the machine via a network.
MAC Address Filtering
SSL/TLS
IPSec
• Print From USB Memory Setup
Set Print From USB Memory.
Item
Description
Default Settings
Sets default settings when printing from USB Memory.
• Print Setup
Item
Print Menu
Restricts access by using MAC
addresses. Access from outside your
company is also supported. However,
this function requires sufficient
knowledge about MAC addresses.
Some settings may result in serious
problems that prevent you from
accessing the machine via a network.
Encrypts communications between a
computer (client) and the machine.
Sets the encryption for
communications between a computer
(client) and the machine, and settings
to prevent tampering.
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Description
Print Setup
Sets the number of copies,
resolution, and other settings. When
using the printer driver, the values
that are set with the printer driver are
given priority over these settings.
Printer Adjust
Sets manual timeout, jam recovery,
and other print adjustment settings.
Print Position Adjust
Adjusts front X, front Y, back X and
back Y positions.
Drum Cleaning
Sets cleaning of an image drum.
Hex Dump
Displays all the received print data in
hex. To exit this mode, restart the
machine.
Color Menu
Sets Color settings.
System Configuration Menu
Sets operation modes, alarm release,
and other machine operation settings
for each situation.
7. Utility Software
Item
Emulation
PCL Setup
Sets PCL.
PS Setup
Sets PS.
XPS Setup
Sets XPS.
IBM PPR Setup
Sets IBM PPR Setup.
EPSON FX Setup
Private Print Setup
• Job List
This function is displayed only if you log in as the administrator of the machine.
Description
Sets EPSON FX Setup.
Sets whether device will handle as a
private print.
• Management
You can set device settings.
Item
Local Interface
USB Menu
Access Control Setup
Description
Sets USB.
Item
Sets user authentication and access
control.
System Setup
Sets display units and other settings.
Power Save
Sets power save settings.
Memory Setup
Sets the reception buffer size and
resource save area.
Language Maintenance Setup
Sets Language settings.
Font Setup
Sets the output mode for fonts.
STOP Key Behavior
Sets the behavior when the STOP
key is pressed. Setting to ON cancels
the print job. Setting to OFF disables
the function.
Admin Password
Sets an administrator password.
Reset Settings
Initializes all the data that is set in
"Management".
Print Statistics
Enables/disables consumable
counter.
Displays a list of print jobs that are sent to the machine.
You can delete unnecessary jobs.
• Direct Print
• User Install
Item
Item
Power Setup
Description
Job List
Web Printing
Description
E-mail Printing (This function is
displayed only if you log in as the
administrator of the machine.)
Sets Auto power off and Power supply Return.
Time Setup
Sets the time to the machine.
Other Settings
Sets High humid mode.
If [Auto] is selected for Time Setup, the time cannot be set from the operator panel.
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Description
Specifies and prints a PDF file.
E-mail Printing
Prints a PDF, JPEG and TIFF file if it
is attached on an e-mail that the
machine receives.
Receive Settings
Sets an e-mail receive settings.
7. Utility Software
• Links
Item
Links
Description
Displays the links that are set by the manufacturer, and
the links that are set by your administrator.
Edit Links (This function is displayed only if you log in as Your administrator can set any URLs. Five support links
the administrator of the machine.)
and five other links can be registered. Include "http://" in
an entered URL.
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7. Utility Software
Color Correct Utility
Changing Palette Color
Color Correct Utility allows you to specify colors on the palette selected in software such as
Microsoft Excel.
This section explains how to adjust the color using the Color Correct Utility.
• For Windows
• Apply settings for each printer driver.
• You must be logged in as an administrator to use the Color Correct Utility.
• Changing Palette Color
• Changing Gamma Value or Hue
• Printing in Adjusted Color Settings
• Saving Color Correction Settings
• Importing Color Correction Settings
• Deleting Color Correction Settings
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1
Click [Start] and select [All Programs] > [Okidata] > [Color Correct Utility] >
2
3
4
Select [Office Palette Tuning] and then click [Next].
[Color Correct Utility].
Select the machine and click [Next].
Select the name the setting you want and then click [Print Sample].
7. Utility Software
• For Mac OS X
If the settings are initialized after the printer driver is updated or reinstalled, start Color Correct Utility to reset the
color correction name automatically. Please check that the color correction name is displayed on the [Select
Setting] screen.
5
6
7
Click [Next].
Click [Print Palette].
Compare the colors of the color palette on the screen with those of the printed
color sample for adjustment.
Colors marked with cross cannot be adjusted.
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9
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3
4
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6
7
8
Click the color you want to adjust.
Check each adjustable range from the pull-down menu for X and Y.
The adjustable value varies depending on the color.
10
Check the printed color swatch to select the most suitable color you want
within the adjustable range, and then check the X and Y values.
11
12
Select the values you checked at step 10, and then click [OK].
Click [Print Palette] and check if the adjusted color is closer to the color you
want and then click [Next].
If you want to change the color more or change other colors, repeat steps 8 to 11.
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15
Enter a name to save as, and then click [Save].
Click [OK].
Launch Color Correct Utility.
Select the machine.
Click [Next].
Click [Office Palette Tuning].
Select the name of the setting you want, and then click [Print Swatches].
Click [Next].
Click [Print Palette].
Compare the colors of the color palette on the screen with those of the printed
color sample for adjustment.
Colors marked with cross cannot be adjusted.
Click [Finish].
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10
Click the color you want to adjust.
11
Check the printed color swatch to select the most suitable color you want
within the adjustable range, and then check the X and Y values.
12
Select the values you checked at step 11, and then click [OK].
Check each adjustable range from the pull-down menu for X and Y.
The adjustable value varies depending on the color.
7. Utility Software
13
14
15
Click [Print Palette] and check that the adjusted color is closer to the color you
want.
Changing Gamma Value or Hue
If you want to change the color more or change other colors, repeat steps 9 to 13.
You can adjust tone by adjusting the gamma value and output color by adjusting the hue.
Enter a name and then click [Save].
• For Windows
Select [Printers & Scanners] from [System Preferences] to delete and
reregister all machines for which adjustments were made.
1
Click [Start] and select [All Programs] > [Okidata] > [Color Correct Utility] >
2
3
4
Select [Hue & Saturation Tuning.] and then click [Next].
[Color Correct Utility].
Select the machine and click [Next].
Select the standard mode and click [Next].
If the settings are initialized after the printer driver is updated or reinstalled, start Color Correct Utility to reset the
color correction name automatically. Please check that the color correction name is displayed on the [Select
Setting] screen.
5
Apply settings as necessary by adjusting the slide bar.
6
7
Click [Print Test].
8
9
Click [Next].
10
11
If you select the [Use printer's unadjusted color] check box, 100 percent of each color is
used for printing, and the slide bar of hue is fixed.
Check the print result.
If you are not satisfied with the result, repeat steps 5 to 6.
Enter a name and then click [Save].
A dialog box appears.
Click [OK].
Click [Finish].
• For Mac OS X
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Launch Color Correct Utility.
7. Utility Software
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3
4
5
6
Select the machine.
7
8
Click [Print Test].
9
10
Printing in Adjusted Color Settings
Click [Next].
• For Windows PCL Printer Driver
Click [Gamma/Hue/Saturation Tuning].
1
2
3
4
5
Select the standard mode and click [Next].
Apply settings as necessary by adjusting the slide bar.
If you select the [Use default printer hue] check box, 100 percent of each color is used
for printing, and the slide bar of hue is fixed.
Check the print result.
Open the file you want to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
Click [Detail] in the [Setup] tab and select [Office Color].
Select the [Color Correct Utility Settings] and select the setting you created
with the Color Correct Utility and then click [OK].
If you are not satisfied with the result, repeat steps 6 to 8.
Enter a name and then click [Save].
• For Windows PS Printer Driver
Select [Printers & Scanners] from [System Preferences] to delete and
reregister all machines for which adjustments were made.
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2
3
4
5
Open the file you want to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
Select the [Color] tab and select [Office Color] and then click [Detail].
Select the [User Settings] and select the setting you created with the Color
Correct Utility and then click [OK].
• For Mac OS X
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2
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Open the file you want to print.
From the [File] menu, select [Print].
Click [Office Color] on the [Color] panel.
Select the setting you created with the Color Correct Utility from [RGB Color
Setting].
7. Utility Software
Saving Color Correction Settings
Importing Color Correction Settings
You can save the adjusted color settings to a file.
You can import color correct settings from files.
• For Windows
• For Windows
1
Click [Start] and select [All Programs] > [Okidata] > [Color Correct Utility] >
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Select [Import/Export Color Settings.] and then click [Next].
[Color Correct Utility].
Select the machine and click [Next].
Click [Export].
Select the settings to export and click [Export].
Specify the file name and the folder to save to, and then click [Save].
Click [OK].
Click [Start] and select [All Programs] > [Okidata] > [Color Correct Utility] >
2
3
4
5
6
7
Select [Import/Export Color Settings.] and then click [Next].
[Color Correct Utility].
Select the machine, and click [Next].
Click [Import].
Select the file and click [Open].
Select the settings to import and click [Import].
Check that the setting is imported properly and then click [Finish].
Click [Finish].
• For Mac OS X
• For Mac OS X
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3
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5
6
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8
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Launch Color Correct Utility.
Select the machine.
Click [Next].
Click [Manage Color Settings].
Click [Export].
Select the settings to export and click [Export].
Specify the file name and the folder to save to, and then click [Save].
Click [Cancel].
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Launch Color Correct Utility.
Select the machine.
Click [Next].
Click [Manage Color Settings].
Click [Import].
Select the folder in which settings to be imported are saved, and click [Open].
Select the settings to import and click [Import].
Click [Cancel].
Check that the setting is imported properly.
7. Utility Software
Deleting Color Correction Settings
Delete the color setting.
• For Windows
1
Click [Start] and select [All Programs] > [Okidata] > [Color Correct Utility] >
2
3
4
5
6
Select [Import/Export Color Settings.] and then click [Next].
[Color Correct Utility].
Select the machine, and click [Next].
Select the file you want to delete and click [Delete].
On the confirmation screen, click [Yes].
Check that the setting is deleted properly and then click [Finish].
• For Mac OS X
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2
3
4
5
6
7
Launch Color Correct Utility.
Select the machine.
Click [Next].
Click [Manage Color Settings].
Select the setting you want to delete and click [Delete].
On the confirmation screen, click [Yes].
Check that the setting is deleted properly.
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7. Utility Software
Color Swatch Utility
Printing Color Swatch
This section explains the Color Swatch Utility. You can print the RGB color swatch using the
Color Swatch Utility. You can check the printed color sample and adjust RGB value
accordingly in order to print with desired colors from the application.
1
Click [Start], and select [All Programs] > [Okidata] > [Color Swatch Utility] >
2
3
4
5
Click [Print].
[Color Swatch Utility].
When the printer driver is installed, the color swatch utility software is installed at the same time.
• Printing Color Swatch
• Customizing the Color Swatch
• Printing a File With the Color You Want
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Select the machine from [Name].
Click [OK].
Check the color swatch for the colors you want to print, and then write down
the RGB values.
7. Utility Software
Customizing the Color Swatch
Printing a File With the Color You Want
If you cannot find the color you want in "Printing Color Swatch" step 5, follow the procedures
below to customize the color.
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2
3
4
5
6
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8
1
2
3
Click [Switch].
Click [Detail].
Adjust the three slide bars until the color you want appears.
Open the file you want to print.
Select the text or graphic to adjust the RGB values in an application.
Print out the file.
• For details on how to specify the color in the application, refer to the application's manual.
• When printing color swatches and the file you want, use the same printer driver settings.
Click [Close].
Click [Print].
Select the machine from [Name].
Click [OK].
Check that the color is adjusted as you want.
If you are not satisfied with the printing result, repeat from step 1 to 8.
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7. Utility Software
PS Gamma Adjuster Utility
Registering an Adjusted Halftone
You can adjust the half-tone density of CMYK colors printed by the printer. Use this function if
the color in a photograph or graphic is too dark.
For Windows PS Printer Driver
• This function can be used with PS Printer Driver.
• With Windows, the [Gamma Adjuster] menu or its content may not be displayed on the [Color] tab of the printer driver
after registering a halftone adjustment name in [Custom Gamma Adjustment]. In such a case, restart your computer.
• Using the halftone adjustment may cause printing to become slower. If you want to prioritize speed, uncheck [Gamma
Adjuster] check box in the [Color] tab for the windows print driver, or select [None] for [Custom gamma] in the
[Quality2] tab on the [Print Options] panel for the Mac OS X printer driver.
• Applications that were started before registering [Gamma Curve Name] must be restarted before printing.
• Some applications allow you to specify dot gain compensation and halftone adjustment when printing or have the
function that includes such settings in an EPS file. To use such functions provided by the application, uncheck
[Gamma Adjuster] check box in the [Color] tab for the windows print driver, or select [None] for [Custom gamma] in
the [Quality2] tab on the [Print Options] panel for the Mac OS X printer driver.
• The "Select Printer" list of PS Gamma Adjuster displays model names. If more than one printer of the same model
exist in the [Printer and Device] folder, the registered [Gamma Curve Name] is applied to all same-model printers.
List of Utility Software
• Registering an Adjusted Halftone
• Printing with a Registered Halftone
1
Click [Start], and then select [All Programs] > [Okidata] > [PS Gamma
2
3
4
Select [OKI C542 PS] from [Select Printer].
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6
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9
Enter a setting name in [Gamma Curve Name], and then click [OK].
Adjuster] > [PS Gamma Adjuster].
Click [New].
Adjust the halftone.
Edit the graph or enter the gamma value or the tone density in the text box to adjust the
halftone.
Click [Add].
Click [Apply].
Click [OK].
Click [Exit] to exit PS Gamma Adjuster Utility.
For Mac OS X
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2
3
Start PS Gamma Adjuster.
4
5
Enter a setting name in [Gamma Curve Name], and then click [Save].
Click [New].
Adjust the halftone.
Edit the graph or enter the gamma value or the tone density in the text box to adjust the
halftone.
Click [Select PPD].
7. Utility Software
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8
9
10
Select a PPD file to register an adjusted halftone, and then click [Open].
Printing with a Registered Halftone
Select the created halftone adjustment, and then click [Add].
For Windows PS Printer Driver
Click [Save].
Select [Printers & Scanners] in [System Preferences].
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2
3
4
5
6
7
Delete the registered printer to which the adjustment has been made, and
then register the printer again.
• Do not click the [Configure] button that is displayed while the printer is being registered.
• If a dialog box in which you can select a printer option is displayed while the printer is being registered, click
[Cancel], and then register the printer again.
Open the file to print.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Properties].
Check the [Gamma Adjuster] check box on the [Color] tab.
Select the registered halftone adjustment name.
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
For Mac OS X
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2
3
4
Open the file to print.
5
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [Print].
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Select the [Print Options] panel.
Select the created halftone adjustment from [Custom gamma] in the [Quality2]
tab.
7. Utility Software
Configuration Tool
Registering This Machine
In the Configuration Tool, you can manage multiple machines and change settings.
The Configuration Tool functions are as follows.
When you install this machine for the first time, register it in Configuration Tool.
• Registering This Machine
• Starting Configuration Tool
• Checking the Status of This Machine
• Cloning Settings
1
Click [Start], and then select [All Programs] > [Okidata] > [Configuration Tool] >
2
Select [Register Device] from the [Tools] menu.
3
When available devices are displayed, select this machine, and then click
[Register].
4
Click [Yes] on a confirmation screen.
[Configuration Tool].
• Displaying the Alert Info
• Setting the Network
• Registering ICC Profile
• Registering Forms (Form Overlay)
• Checking the Free Space in Memory/Hard Disk Drive
• Registering a User Name and Password
• Removing This Machine
• Names and Functions of Screen Items for Configuration Tool
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7. Utility Software
Starting Configuration Tool
1
2
Checking the Status of This Machine
You can check the status and information of this machine.
Click [Start], and then select [All Programs] > [Okidata] > [Configuration Tool] >
[Configuration Tool].
Select the machine from [Registered Device Table].
1
Click [Start], and then select [All Programs] > [Okidata] > [Configuration Tool] >
2
3
Select the machine from [Registered Device Table].
[Configuration Tool].
Select the [Device Info] tab.
• If this machine is connected to the network, [Device Status] is displayed.
• To update information, click [Update Device Information].
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7. Utility Software
Cloning Settings
Displaying the Alert Info
• Basic Settings
• Device Settings
Cloning User Settings
• Filter Settings
You can copy user settings to a different device.
• Checking Logs
1
Click [Start], and then select [All Programs] > [Okidata] > [Configuration Tool] >
2
Select the machine that has the settings you want to clone from [Registered
Device Table].
Basic Settings
3
4
5
Select the [User Setting] tab.
You can set basic settings of the Alert Info plug-in.
6
7
8
Select a cloning destination to and cloning settings.
[Configuration Tool].
The time and time zone of this machine must be consistent with those of your computer.
1
Click [Cloning].
Enter the administrator password, and then click [OK].
The factory default password is "999999".
Click [Execute].
Enter the password for the cloning source and target and click [OK].
Results are displayed.
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Click [Start], and then select [All Programs] > [Okidata] > [Configuration Tool] >
[Configuration Tool].
7. Utility Software
2
Select [Alert Info] from the [Plug-ins] menu.
3
Select [Basic settings].
4
5
Change the setting if necessary.
Click [Update].
Device Settings
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1
Click [Start], and then select [All Programs] > [Okidata] > [Configuration Tool] >
2
3
Select [Alert Info] from the [Plug-ins] menu.
[Configuration Tool].
Select [Setting devices].
7. Utility Software
4
Click [Update device].
5
6
Click a device name to set.
3
Change the settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Filter Settings
You can set display alert conditions.
1
Click [Start], and then select [All Programs] > [Okidata] > [Configuration Tool] >
2
Select [Alert Info] from the [Plug-ins] menu.
[Configuration Tool].
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Select [Filter settings].
7. Utility Software
4
Change the setting if necessary.
5
Click [OK].
3
Select [Display log].
• You can check the total number of recorded events in [Log Number List].
• You can check details of recorded logs in [Log details].
Up to 100 senders can be registered as e-mail senders.
Checking Logs
Using the event log, you can check whether there are any records about the machine that is
registered.
1
Click [Start], and then select [All Programs] > [Okidata] > [Configuration Tool] >
2
Select [Alert Info] from the [Plug-ins] menu.
[Configuration Tool].
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7. Utility Software
4
Setting the Network
Change the search conditions if necessary, and then click [OK].
You can set a network with Configuration Tool.
• Searching for the Machine on a Network
• Specifying Search Conditions
• Changing the IP Address
Searching for the Machine on a Network
You can search for this machine.
1
Click [Start], and then select [All Programs] > [Okidata] > [Configuration Tool] >
2
3
Select [Network Setting] from the [Plug-ins] menu.
[Configuration Tool].
Changing the IP Address
Select [Discover Devices].
You can change the IP address for this machine.
Search results are displayed.
Specifying Search Conditions
1
2
3
Click [Start], and then select [All Programs] > [Okidata] > [Configuration Tool] >
[Configuration Tool].
Select [Network Setting] from the [Plug-ins] menu.
Select [Environment Settings].
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1
Click [Start], and then select [All Programs] > [Okidata] > [Configuration Tool] >
2
3
Select [Network Setting] from the [Plug-ins] menu.
[Configuration Tool].
Select [Discover Devices].
7. Utility Software
4
Select the machine from the device list.
5
6
Click
7
Click [OK].
(Device Settings).
Change the setting if necessary.
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8
Enter the administrator password, and then click [OK].
9
Click [OK] to restart this machine.
The factory default password is "999999".
7. Utility Software
Registering ICC Profile
Registering Forms (Form Overlay)
You can register and edit printer profile to the machine. This section describes how to register
ICC profile.
1
Click [Start], and then select [All Programs] > [Okidata] > [Configuration Tool] >
2
3
4
Select [Storage Manager] from the [Plug-ins] menu.
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11
You can register such as logos to the machine as forms, and then print overlays. This section
describes how to register forms.
• Creating a Form
• Registering the Form to the Machine Using Configuration Tool
[Configuration Tool].
About how to Print Overlays
Click
(New Project).
Click
(Add File to Project), and then select a form file you want to register.
Overlaying Forms or Logos (Overlay)
Creating a Form
The file is added to the project.
Click a profile.
Select [ID] you want to register.
You cannot select numbers already used in the project, which are displayed on a yellow
background.
Enter comments in [Comments] if necessary.
Click [OK], to apply the change.
Click [Start], and then select [Devices and Printers].
3
Select the [Ports] tab, select the [FILE] check box from [Port], and then click
[Configure Port].
4
Create a form to register on the machine.
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Select the machine from the bottom of the Storage Manager Plug-in window.
Click
1
2
(Send project files to printer).
Click [OK].
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Right-click the printer icon, and then select the necessary printer driver from
[Printer Properties].
If using the Windows PCL printer driver, proceed to step 9.
Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Click [Preferences] (or [Properties]).
Select the [Extend] tab, and then click [Overlays].
Select [Create Form].
Start printing.
Enter the file name under which you want to save.
Select the previous port from [Printer Port] on the [Port] tab, and then click
[OK].
7. Utility Software
Registering the Form to the Machine Using Configuration Tool
1
Checking the Free Space in Memory/Hard Disk Drive
Click [Start], and then select [All Programs] > [Okidata] > [Configuration Tool] >
[Configuration Tool].
2
3
4
Select [Storage Manager] from the [Plug-ins] menu.
5
6
Click the form file.
Click
(New Project).
Click
(Add File to Project), and then select a created form file.
For Windows PCL printer driver users, enter ID of the form (arbitrary) in [ID]
and click [OK]. For Windows PS printer driver users, enter the form name in
[Component], and then click [OK].
For those who use the Windows PCL printer driver for overlay printing, specify the form ID entered in [ID], and
who use the Windows PS printer driver, specify the form name entered in [Component].
Select the machine from the bottom of the Storage Manager Plug-in window.
Click
Click [Start], and then select [All Programs] > [Okidata] > [Configuration Tool] >
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Select [Storage Manager] from the [Plug-ins] menu.
[Configuration Tool].
Click the device name in the device selection area at the bottom of the Storage
Manager plug-in screen.
The storage, volume name, size, free space, location name, label, status, file name,
size, and comment are displayed by communicating with the device.
The form is added to the project.
Do not change [Target Volume] and [Path].
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(Send project files to printer).
Click [OK].
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7. Utility Software
Registering a User Name and Password
• You can enter PIN (optional) in the user setting.
You can restrict access to this machine by using a user name and password.
• You cannot use "admin" as a new user name.
• Creating a New User
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• Changing User Settings
• Deleting a User
If you click
Click [OK].
Click
(Save to device).
(Save to device), the changed settings are reflected to this machine.
Changing User Settings
Creating a New User
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Click [Start], and then select [All programs] > [Okidata] > [Configuration Tool] >
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Select the machine from [Registered Device Table].
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Click [User name/Group management].
[Configuration Tool].
Select the [User Setting] tab.
Click [Role Manager].
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Click [Start], and then select [All programs] > [Okidata] > [Configuration Tool] >
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Select the machine from [Registered Device Table].
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Click [User name/Group management].
Enter the administrator password, and then click [OK].
The factory default password is "999999".
Click
(New(User)).
Enter the user name and password.
Set other information if necessary.
[Configuration Tool].
Select the [User Setting] tab.
Click [Role Manager].
Enter the administrator password, and then click [OK].
The factory default password is "999999".
Select the user name to change.
Change settings if necessary, and then click [OK].
Click
(Save to device).
Display name: Enter a display name.
Deleting a User
E-mail address: Enter the mail address of the user.
Language Code: Enter the language code.
PIN: Enter the PIN.
Card ID: Enter the user's IC card information.
Role: Set the role.
Group: Set the group the user belongs to.
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Click [Start], and then select [All programs] > [Okidata] > [Configuration Tool] >
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Select the machine from [Registered Device Table].
[Configuration Tool].
Select the [User Setting] tab.
7. Utility Software
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Click [Role Manager].
Removing This Machine
Enter the administrator password, and then click [OK].
You can remove a registered machine.
The factory default password is "999999".
Click [User name/Group management].
Select the check box of the user you want to delete.
Click
(Delete).
Click [Yes] on a confirmation screen.
Click
(Save to device).
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Click [Start], and then select [All Programs] > [Okidata] > [Configuration Tool] >
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Right-click the machine from [Registered Device Table].
[Configuration Tool].
Select [Remove device].
Click [Yes] on a confirmation screen.
7. Utility Software
• [User Setting] tab
Set the user, role, and other settings.
Names and Functions of Screen Items for Configuration Tool
This section describes the name and function of each screen.
• [Device Info] tab
The status and information of the machine are displayed.
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Description
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Role Manager
Set/Edit device users and roles.
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Cloning
Copy Job macro settings to another device.
7. Utility Software
• [Alert Info] plug-in
Detect a device event and sends a notification.
Item
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Basic settings
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• [Network Setting] plug-in
Set the device network.
Description
Item
Description
Edit the basic Alert Info settings.
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Discover Devices
Discovers network devices.
Setting devices
Edit the communications settings for each device.
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Environment Settings
Changes the device discovery criteria or communication options.
Filter settings
Edit the filter conditions for popup notifications.
Display log
Display the notification information detected.
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7. Utility Software
• [Storage Manager] plug-in
Create or edit a file to download to a device.
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7. Utility Software
OKI LPR Utility
Starting OKI LPR Utility
You can perform a print job via a network, manage print jobs, and check the machine status
by using OKI LPR Utility.
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To use OKI LPR Utility, TCP/IP must be enabled.
OKI LPR Utility cannot be used for shared printers. Use the standard TCP/IP port.
How to install OKI LPR Utility
Installing Software
• Starting OKI LPR Utility
• Registering a Device to OKI LPR Utility
• Checking the Status of a Registered Device
• Forwarding Print Jobs to a Registered Device
• Printing the Same Document from the Registered Multiple Devices
• Opening the Web Page of the Registered Device
• Following the IP Address of the Registered Device Automatically
• Setting the Web Port Number of the Machine
• Sending a File to a Device That is Registered in OKI LPR Utility
• Deleting an Unnecessary Print Job
• Uninstalling OKI LPR Utility (Uninstall)
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Click [Start], and then select [All Programs] > [Okidata] > [OKI LPR Utility] >
[OKI LPR Utility].
7. Utility Software
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Registering a Device to OKI LPR Utility
Add a device to OKI LPR Utility.
• You must have the administrator rights.
• If you cannot add a device, exit OKI LPR Utility, and then follow the procedure below.
- Click [Start] > [All Programs] > [Okidata] > [OKI LPR Utility], right-click [OKI LPR Utility], and then select [Run as
administrator] to start.
You cannot add the device that is already registered in OKI LPR Utility. To change the port, select [Confirm
Connections] from [Remote Print].
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Start OKI LPR Utility.
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Select [Printer Name].
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Enter [IP Address]. Or click [Search], select a model name you want to register
from [Discovered Printer], and then click [OK].
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Enter information for identify the device in [Comments] if necessary.
Select [Add Printer] from the [Remote Print] menu.
If the [User Account Control] dialog box is displayed, click [Yes].
Network printers and printers connected to the LPR port are not displayed.
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Click [OK].
7. Utility Software
Checking the Status of a Registered Device
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Forwarding Print Jobs to a Registered Device
This section describes how to forward selected print jobs to a registered device using the OKI
LPR Utility. This section also describes how to automatically forward a print job to a different
registered device when a problem occurs on the forward destination device.
Start OKI LPR Utility.
Select a device.
Select [Printer Status] from the [Remote Print] menu.
• Print jobs can only be forwarded to a device of the same model as your device.
• Before forwarding a job, you must add a device.
• Forwarding the Selected Print Jobs
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2
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Start OKI LPR Utility.
Select [Job Status] from the [Remote Print] menu.
To forward a print job, select a job, select [Redirect] from the [Job] menu, and
then select the destination device.
• Forwarding Print Jobs Automatically
If you are unable to print because the selected device is busy, offline, out of paper,
or due to other reasons, you can set so that a print job can be automatically
forwarded to another OKI model device.
You must log in as the administrator.
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Start OKI LPR Utility.
Select the device to set.
Select [Confirm Connections] from the [Remote Print] menu.
Click [Details].
Select the [Automatic Job Redirect Used] check box.
To forward jobs only if an error occurs, select the [Redirect only at the time of
an error] check box.
7. Utility Software
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Click [Add].
Printing the Same Document from the Registered Multiple
Devices
Enter the forwarding destination IP address, and then click [OK].
You can print from multiple devices with a single command.
Click [OK].
You must have the administrator rights.
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5
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Start OKI LPR Utility.
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Click [OK].
Select a device to set.
Select [Confirm Connections] from the [Remote Print] menu.
Click [Details].
Select the [Print to more than one printer at a time] check box.
Click [Options].
Click [Add].
Enter the IP addresses of devices from which you want to print at the same
time, and then click [OK].
7. Utility Software
Opening the Web Page of the Registered Device
Following the IP Address of the Registered Device
Automatically
You can open the Web page of this machine from OKI LPR Utility.
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You can set so that you can maintain the connection with the original printer even after the IP
address of the device changes.
Start OKI LPR Utility.
Select a device.
You must have the administrator rights.
Select [Web Setting] from the [Remote Print] menu.
The IP address may change if DHCP dynamically assigns IP addresses or the network administrator manually
changes the IP address of the printer.
You cannot open the Web page when the Web port number has been changed.
For details, see "Setting the Web Port Number of the Machine".
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Start OKI LPR Utility.
Select [Setup] from the [Option] menu.
Select the [Auto Reconnect] check box, and then click [OK].
7. Utility Software
Setting the Web Port Number of the Machine
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Sending a File to a Device That is Registered in OKI LPR Utility
If there is a device that is connected via a network and registered in OKI LPR Utility, you can
download the print data.
Select a device.
Select [Confirm Connections] from the [Remote Print] menu.
Click [Details].
Enter the web port number in [Port Numbers].
Click [OK].
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Click [Start] on a computer, and then select [All Programs] > [Okidata] > [OKI
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3
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Select the device to which the data is downloaded.
LPR Utility] > [OKI LPR Utility].
Select [Download] from [Remote Print].
Select a file, and then click [OK].
The file is sent to the machine.
7. Utility Software
Deleting an Unnecessary Print Job
Uninstalling OKI LPR Utility (Uninstall)
You can use OKI LPR Utility to delete unnecessary print jobs.
1
Click [Start] on a computer, and then select [All Programs] > [Okidata] > [OKI
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3
4
Select [Job Status] from the [Remote Print] menu.
You must have the administrator rights.
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2
LPR Utility] > [OKI LPR Utility].
Select a job to delete.
Check that OKI LPR Utility is closed.
Click [Start], and then select [All Programs] > [Okidata] > [OKI LPR Utility] >
[Uninstall OKI LPR Utility].
If the [User Account Control] dialog box is displayed, click [Yes].
Select [Delete Job] from the [Job] menu.
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Click [Yes] on a confirmation screen.
7. Utility Software
Network Extension
Showing Printer Properties
To use Network Extension, open the printer properties screen.
In Network Extension, you can check the settings on this machine and set the composition of
the options.
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2
In order to use Network Extension, TCP/IP needs to be activated.
This requires administrator rights.
• Network Extension is automatically installed when installing a printer driver through a TCP/IP network.
• Network Extension works in conjunction with the printer driver. Do not install only Network Extension.
• Network Extension only functions when the printer driver is connected to OKI LPR port or the standard TCP/IP port.
• Showing Printer Properties
• Checking the Settings of the Machine
• Set Options Automatically
• Uninstall the Utility
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Click [Start], and then select [Devices and Printers].
Right-click the printer icon, and then select [Printer properties].
7. Utility Software
Click [Web Setting] to start the webpage automatically. You can change settings of this
machine on this webpage screen.
Checking the Settings of the Machine
You can check the settings of this machine.
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Web Page of This Machine
Open the [Printer Properties] screen.
About Screens and Functions of Each Printer Driver (User's Manual)
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Select the [Status] tab.
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Click [Update].
Click [OK].
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7. Utility Software
Set Options Automatically
Uninstall the Utility
You can get the composition of options of the connected machine and automatically set the
printer driver.
1
Open the [Printer Properties] screen.
About Screens and Functions of Each Printer Driver (User's Manual)
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3
4
Select the [Device Options] tab.
Click [Get Printer Settings].
Click [OK].
You cannot configure this when using Network Extension in unsupported environments.
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Click [Start], and then select [Control Panel] > [Programs] > [Uninstall a
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3
Select [OKI Network Extension], and then click [Uninstall].
program].
Follow the instructions on the screen and complete the uninstallation.
7. Utility Software
Network Card Setup (Mac OS X)
Setting the IP Address
You can use Network Card Setup to configure the network.
1
To use Network Card Setup, TCP/IP must be activated.
Start Network Card Setup.
Installing Software
Installing Software
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• Setting the IP Address
• Configuring Web Settings
• Quitting Network Card Setup
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Select this machine from the list.
Select [IP Address Settings] from the [Operations] menu.
Change other settings if necessary, and then click [Save].
Enter the administrator password, and then click [OK].
•
The factory default password is "999999".
•
The password is case sensitive.
Click [OK] to enable new settings.
The network card of this machine restarts.
7. Utility Software
Configuring Web Settings
Quitting Network Card Setup
You can set the network settings for this machine by starting Network Card Setup.
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• Enabling Web Settings
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Start Network Card Setup.
Installing Software
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Select this machine from the list.
Select [Web Settings] from the [Operations] menu.
Check [Device web settings will be enabled], and then click [Save].
Enter the administrator password, and then click [OK].
•
The factory default password is "999999".
•
The password is case sensitive.
Click [OK] in a confirmation window.
• Opening the Web page
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Starts Network Card Setup.
Installing Software
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3
Select this machine from the list.
Select [Show Device Webpage] from the [Operations] menu.
The Web page opens, and the machine status page is displayed.
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Select [Quit] from the [Network Card Setup] menu.
7. Utility Software
Print Job Accounting Client
For Windows
You can set a user name and user ID (PIN) to the printer driver.
Print Job Accounting Client is software that sets user information in the printer driver for
using the job account function or authorizing access to the machine.
• For Windows
• For Mac OS X
If you update or reinstall a printer driver, Job Accounting mode becomes invalid, requiring you to set the mode again.
However, if you are using the function that enables you to set the same mode to all the printer drivers, you do not need
to set the mode again.
• Setting the User Name and Job Account ID
You can set the user name and Job Account ID in the printer driver properties.
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Click [Start], and then select [All Programs] > [Okidata] > [Print Job Accounting
2
Select the driver to set from the list of drivers.
3
Select [Tab], and then click [Change].
Client] > [Change Job Accounting Mode].
If you want to set all the printer drivers to the same mode, select the [Set the same
mode for All drivers.] check box.
A window is displayed.
7. Utility Software
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Click [OK].
• Describe user names and user IDs in an ID file in the following order.
Select [Close] from the [File] menu.
A login user name (a user name that is entered to log in to Windows), a user ID (a user ID that is tied to the
login user name).
Click [Start], and then select [Devices and Printers].
• The user name can be omitted. If the user name is omitted, the login user name is used as the user name.
• Separate each item with a comma.
Right-click the OKI printer icon, and then select [Printer Properties].
• If using spreadsheet software, describe a login user name, job account ID, and user name on each line for
each user.
Select the [Job Accounting] tab, enter the user name and job accounting ID,
and then click [OK].
• Setting Popup Mode
When using this function, you must enter the user name and job account ID each
time you start a print job.
1
Click [Start], and then select [All Programs] > [Okidata] > [Print Job Accounting
2
Select the driver to set from the list of drivers.
3
Select [Popup], and then click [Change].
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5
Click [OK].
Save the file in "CSV" extension format.
4
Select the driver to set from the list of drivers.
Click [Start], and then select [All Programs] > [Okidata] > [Print Job Accounting
Client] > [Change Job Accounting Mode].
If you want to set all the printer drivers to the same mode, click the [Set the same mode
for All drivers] check box.
Client] > [Change Job Accounting Mode].
If you are using a shared printer, do not use the function that enable you to set all the print drivers to the same
mode. If printing on the client side of a shared printer, account information is not output.
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If you want to set all the printer drivers to the same mode, click the [Set the same mode
for All drivers] check box.
A window is displayed.
Select [Close] from the [File] menu.
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• Setting a Job Account ID for Each User in Hide Mode
The system manager can create and register an ID file in which job account IDs
and user names that are tied to user names for logging in to Windows are
described in advance. Users do not need to enter their user names and job
account IDs when printing, as they can be identified with this software.
Use Hide Mode for shared printers.
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Create an ID file using Notepad or spreadsheet software.
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Select [Hide], and then click [Change].
Click [OK].
Select [Import ID File] from the [Hide Mode] menu.
Specify the ID file you created in step 1, and then click [Open].
Clear the [Set fixed Job Account ID for all users] check box from the [Hide
Mode] menu.
Select [Close] from the [File] menu.
7. Utility Software
For Mac OS X
This is client software for Print Job Accounting.
You can set the user name and user ID in the printer driver.
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2
Start TextEdit.
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Save the file in a CSV format.
Enter in the order of login name, user ID, and user name, separated with
commas.
Start the Print Job Accounting client.
Select [Import] from the [File] menu.
Select the CSV file you created in step 3, and then click [Open].
Click [Save].
Exit the Print Job Accounting client.
• Changing a User ID and User Name
You can change the user name and user ID.
• Registering a User ID
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2
3
Start the Print Job Accounting client.
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Click [Save].
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2
3
4
5
Click [New].
Enter the Mac OS X login name, new user name, new user ID, and then click
[Save].
Start the Print Job Accounting client.
Select the user to change, and then click [Edit].
Enter the new user ID and user name, and then click [Save].
Click [Save].
Exit the Print Job Accounting Client.
Exit the Print Job Accounting client.
• Deleting a User ID and User Name
You can delete the username and user ID.
• Registering Multiple Users at the Same Time
You can register multiple user IDs and user names at the same time by using a
CSV file.
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The following procedure uses TextEdit as an example.
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Start the Print Job Accounting client.
Select the user to delete, and then click [Delete].
Click [Save].
Exit the Print Job Accounting client.
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