Panasonic DPC262, DPC322 Operating instructions

Panasonic DPC262, DPC322 Operating instructions

Digital Colour Imaging Systems

Operating Instructions

(For Copier)

Model No.

DP-C262/C322

Before operating this machine, please read this manual completely and keep this manual for future reference.

(Illustration shows optional accessories that may not be installed on your machine.)

English

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DP-C262/C322 Operating Instructions

The following Operating Instruction manuals are included with this machine. Please refer to the appropriate manualand keep all manuals for future reference. If you lose the manual, contact the authorized Panasonic dealer.

Accessories

Operating Instructions (For Setting Up)

This manual contains essential information for setting up the machine.

Operating Instructions (For Basic Operations)

This manual contains essential information for proper operation of the machine.

It describes basic Copy, Print, Facsimile/Internet Fax,

Scan/Email, and other functions.

For a more detailed explanation of each function, please refer to the Operating Instruction manuals included on two CD-ROM as illustrate d

below.

Operating Instructions CD

Contains manuals with detailed information

for

Copy, Facsimile/Internet Fax, Scan/Email Functions and

Function Parameters.

Document Management System CD

Contains the PDMS Application Software, and manuals with detailed information for the Print function, and

PDMS Application software.

Operating Instructions CD

Copy Function

Describes how to make a Colour Copy with creative features.

Document Management System CD

Print Function

Describes how to print with colour, change default printer settings, or describes the course of action to take when a problem message appears, etc.

Facsimile and Internet Fax Function

(When the optional G3 Fax Board/

Internet Fax Module is installed.)

Describes how to send/receive a

Facsimile/Internet Fax, or describes the course of action to take when a trouble message appears, etc

Scan and Email Function

(When the optional Network Scanner/

Email Module is installed.)

Describes how to scan, send an Email.

Function Parameters

Describes how to change the default settings of each function using the Control

Panel of the machine.

Application Software

Describes how to use the application software.

Ex: Web Device Monitor, Panafax

Desktop, Document Manager/Viewer,

Client Device Monitor, Network Config/

Add Editor,

Network Setup Tool, Embedded Web

Launcher

Conventions

Icons

The following icons are used in this manual.

Icon Description

Indicated important information that must be read in detail.

Indicates reference Information.

NOTE

Notation

The following notations are used in this manual.

Notation Description

For Keys and Buttons Hard buttons on the Control Panel are depicted as **** key, soft buttons on the Touch Panel display are shown as “xxx”.

Ex:

Press the Start key and select “More Menus”.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Basic Menu Features

Basic Operation Procedure ..................................................................................................... 6

Selecting the Colour Mode ...................................................................................................... 8

Full Colour Mode................................................................................................................. 9

Black Mode ......................................................................................................................... 9

2 Colour Mode................................................................................................................... 10

1 Colour Mode................................................................................................................... 12

New Colour Registration ................................................................................................... 14

Selecting Original Type and Adjusting the Density................................................................ 16

Registering Quality Preset..................................................................................................... 18

Using Quality Preset.............................................................................................................. 20

Quality Adjusting.................................................................................................................... 22

Background ....................................................................................................................... 24

Bleed-Through .................................................................................................................. 25

Colour Tone ...................................................................................................................... 26

Contrast............................................................................................................................. 27

Image Sharpness .............................................................................................................. 28

Saturation.......................................................................................................................... 29

Colour Balance.................................................................................................................. 30

Proof Copying........................................................................................................................ 31

Confirming the Selected Copy Features................................................................................ 32

Storing a Job in Memory........................................................................................................ 33

Recalling a Preset Job Stored in Memory ............................................................................. 34

Checking the Waiting to Copy Job ........................................................................................ 35

Displaying a List of All Jobs .............................................................................................. 35

Displaying a List of Copy Jobs .......................................................................................... 35

Deleting Copy Jobs ........................................................................................................... 36

Completion Notice ................................................................................................................. 37

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Chapter 2 More Menus Features

2-Sided Copy Mode............................................................................................................... 38

Basic Operation for the 2-Sided Copy Mode..................................................................... 38

Copying 2-Sided Originals Onto Two Separate Sheets .................................................... 39

Copying Facing Page Onto Two Separate Sheets ........................................................... 40

From 1-Sided Originals to 2-Sided Copies using Saddle Stitch........................................ 41

Copying Mixed Size Originals from the ADF..................................................................... 43

Copying Special Originals (Thin Paper, etc.) from the ADF.............................................. 45

Sort Mode.............................................................................................................................. 47

Zoom Mode ........................................................................................................................... 49

Variable Ratios .................................................................................................................. 49

Auto Zoom ......................................................................................................................... 51

Effect Modes.......................................................................................................................... 53

Setting a Blank Edge ......................................................................................................... 53

Eliminate Dark Inner Binding Shadows ............................................................................. 55

Shift Image to Right, Left, Up or Down .............................................................................. 56

Copying with Stamping...................................................................................................... 58

Centring............................................................................................................................. 68

Image Repeat .................................................................................................................... 69

Insertion Modes ..................................................................................................................... 70

Add a Cover Page to Copies ............................................................................................. 70

Inserts Blank/Copied Pages Between Copies ................................................................... 72

Inserts Blank/Copied Pages Between Transparency Film ................................................ 74

Overlay Modes....................................................................................................................... 76

Overlaying an Image Onto the Copies .............................................................................. 76

Overlay Copying with Registered Image ........................................................................... 80

File Edit.............................................................................................................................. 82

Chapter 3 Other Features

Making Copies with the ADF Opened.................................................................................... 86

Skyshot Mode.................................................................................................................... 86

Manual Skyshot Mode ....................................................................................................... 87

Reserving the Next Copy Job While the Current Copy Job is Progressing ........................... 88

Interrupt the Current Copy Jobs to Make an Urgent Copy .................................................... 89

Chapter 4 Appendix

Combined Copy Functions .................................................................................................... 90

Glossary................................................................................................................................. 92

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Chapter 1

Basic Operation Procedure

Basic Menu Features

The machine automatically detects the original(s), and decides on which Copy Size, Black & White or colour. Copy Mode to use. If the detection fails, manually set the settings.

1

Place original(s).

3

Select the required settings if necessary.

Face Up. Up to 70 sheets (80 g/m

2

).

Face Down. Align with top left corner. Close ADF.

z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the

Operating Instructions (For Basic

Operations) of provided booklet.

2

Press the Copy key if set in other function mode.

z Original Size and Copy Size are automatically selected as original.

z If the orientation of the original and the copy paper are different, the original is copied by automatically rotating the image.

z For more details of Basic Menu screen, refer to

the Basic Menu Features (see pages 6-37).

z When setting the more features, refer to the

More Menus Features (see pages 38-85).

Ex: 2-Sided Copy, Sort/Finishing, Zoom/

Effects, etc.

4

Enter the desired number of copies.

(Up to 999) z

When you input 4 to 8 digits number with the optional Fax Communication Board installed, the machine will interpret this as a telephone number and the display will be changed to Fax screen.

5

Press the Start key.

z When copying from the Platen Glass, place the next original and follow the instructions described on the touch panel display.

z After finishing copying, press the Reset key to return to the initial screen of the current active mode.

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Selecting the Colour Mode

You can either copy in the machine selected colour mode, or you can change to the colour mode manually.

Full colour Monochrome

8 z The default colour mode can be changed. Refer to Copier Settings (For Key Opertor) in the Operating

Instructions (for Function Parameters) on the provided CD-ROM.

z The colour mode settings will return to standard settings under the following conditions.

-If the power is turned OFF.

-If the Reset key is pressed.

1

Place original(s).

z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the

Operating Instructions (For Basic

Operations) of provided booklet.

2

Press the Copy key if set in other function mode.

3

Select “Quality Adj.”.

4

Select the desired Colour Mode, and then select “OK”.

Auto:

The colour original is copied in Full

Colour, and the monochrome original is copied in Black & White by automatically detecting the original’s colour.

Black (Black & White) (see page 9)

Full Colour (see page 9)

2 Colour (see page 10)

1 Colour (see page 12)

5

Enter the desired number of copies.

6

Press the Start key.

z After finishing copying, press the Reset key to return to the initial screen of the current active mode.

Full Colour Mode

Colour original can be copied in Full Colour.

Full Colour

Black Mode

Colour and Monochrome originals can be copied in Black & White.

Full Colour

1

Select “Full Colour”, and then select

OK”.

Black & White

1

Select “Black”, and then select “OK”.

z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 3 of

Selecting the Colour Mode (see page 8).

z

For the following procedure, refer to steps 5

to 6 of Selecting the Colour Mode (see page 8).

z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 3 of

Selecting the Colour Mode (see page 8).

z For the following procedure, refer to steps 5

to 6 of Selecting the Colour Mode (see page 8).

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2 Colour Mode

Colour original can be copied in 2 Colours, which can be achieved by using Black & another specified colour.

The specified colour can be selected from the basic colours (Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Magenta,

Cyan), and registered colours.

Ex: When copying a Full Colour original in

Cyan and Black.

When 2 Colour Mode is selected, Original Type setting is not available.

1

Select “2 Colour”.

3

Select a colour from the basic colours or custom colours, and then select

OK”.

‰

When selecting a colour from the basic colours.

z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 3 of

Selecting the Colour Mode (see page 8).

2

Select “Change Colour”.

‰ When selecting a colour from the custom colours.

z The colour and the specified name are displayed.

z When registering the custom colour, refer to

New Colour Registration (see page 14).

4

Select “OK”.

Ex: “Green” is selected.

z For the following procedure, refer to steps 5

to 6 of Selecting the Colour Mode (see page 8).

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1 Colour Mode

Colour and Monochrome originals can be copied in one specified colour.

The colour can be selected from the basic colours (Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Magenta, Cyan), or from the registered colours.

Copying a Full Colour original in Cyan.

Copying a Monochrome original in Cyan.

z When 1 Colour Mode is selected, Original Type setting is not available.

1

Select “1 Colour”.

3

Select a colour from the basic colours or custom colours, and then select

OK”.

‰ When selecting a colour from the basic colours.

12 z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 3 of

Selecting the Colour Mode (see page 8).

2

Select “Change Colour”.

‰ When selecting a colour from the custom colours.

z The colour and the specified name are displayed.

z

When registering the custom colour, refer to

New Colour Registration (see page 14).

4

Select “OK”.

Ex: “Green” is selected.

z For the following procedure, refer to steps 5

to 6 of Selecting the Colour Mode (see page 8).

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New Colour Registration

1

Select “Add Custom”.

3

Adjust the colour level of Cyan,

Magenta and/or Yellow colours.

z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 2 of

2 Colour Mode (see page 10).

2

Select any button without a registered colour name, and then select “OK”.

Colour

Colour Ratio z The total combined colour level of “Cyan”,

“Magenta” and “Yellow” should be 240% or less.

4

Check the adjusted colour, and then select “OK”.

‰ When the registered colour is changed.

Select the registered colour name button, and then select “OK”.

5

Input the original colour name with the keyboard, and then select “OK”.

z Up to 20 characters.

z For instructions on how to Using the

Keyboard, refer to the Operating

Instructions (For Function Parameters) on the provided CD-ROM.

6

Confirm the resistered colour, and then select “OK”.

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Selecting Original Type and Adjusting the

Density

When selecting the original type.

Text Text/Photo

When adjusting the copy density.

Photo Other Type

Decreased density

Lighter Darker Increased density z Original Type setting is not available when the 2 Colour, or 1 Colour mode is selected.

z The default setting of “Original Type” can be changed. Refer to Copier Settings (For Key Operator) in the

Operating Instructions (for Function Parameters) On the provided CD-ROM.

1

Place original(s).

z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the

Operating Instructions (For Basic

Operations) of provided booklet.

2

Press the Copy key if set in other function mode.

3

Select “Quality Adj.”.

4

Select the Original Type, and then select “OK”.

Text

Text/

Photo

Photo

Other

Types

Select when copying text without any pictures.

“Printed”:

Original full of printed characters.

“Pencil”:

Original written with pencil to make them darker.

Select when copying the original mixed with text and pictures.

“Photo Paper”:

“LaserPrinted”:

“Commercial”:

Ex: Brochure

Select when copying photos.

“Photo Paper”:

Photos printed on paper.

“LaserPrinted”:

Photos printed by laser printer.

“Commercial”:

Photos on printed material.

Ex: Brochure

Select when copying the following types of originals.

“Map”:

“TracingPaper”:

Use when original is thin, select this mode to prevent copying the image on the backside.

“NewsPaper”:

Use when background colour is not white (Ex: Newspaper).

5

Adjust the density using “Lighter” or

Darker”, and then select “OK”.

Lighter

Each time it is selected, the density level is decreased, and the printed colour becomes lighter.

Darker

Each time it is selected, the density level is increased, and the printed colour becomes darker.

6

Enter the desired number of copies.

7

Press the Start key.

z After finishing copying, press the Reset key to return to the initial screen of the current active mode.

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Registering Quality Preset

You can set your favorite setting by registering Quality Preset. A Maximum of 5 presets can be saved.

The following quality settings can be registered in Quality Preset.

• Auto, Black, Full Colour, 2 Colour or 1 Colour

• Original Type

• Density

More Settings

• Background Removal

• Bleed-Through Prevention

• Tint

• Contrast

• Sharpness

• Saturation

• Colour Balance

When using Quality Preset, refer to Using Quality Preset (see page 20).

1

Place original(s).

z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the

Operating Instructions (For Basic

Operations) of provided booklet.

2

Press the Copy key if set in other function mode.

3

Select “Quality Adj.”.

4

Select quality settings.

5

Select “Save”.

6

Select a Quality Preset button, and then select “OK”.

‰ When registering new Quality Preset.

Select Quality Preset button where no title is available.

7

Input any Quality Preset name, and then select “OK”.

‰ When updating the registered Quality

Preset.

Select a Quality Preset button, and then select

OK”.

z Registration is not permitted without assigning a name.

z Up to 20 characters.

z For instructions on Using the Keyboard, refer to the Operating Instructions (For

Function Parameters) on the provided CD-

ROM.

8

Select “OK”.

9

Enter the desired number of copies.

10

Press the Start key.

z After finishing copying, press the Reset key to return to the initial screen of the current active mode.

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Using Quality Preset

You can recall the registered quality settings by using the following procedures.

To register image quality settings in Quality Preset, refer to the Registering Quality Preset (see page 18).

1

Place original(s).

z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the

Operating Instructions (For Basic

Operations) of provided booklet.

2

Press the Copy key if set in other function mode.

3

Select “Quality Adj.”.

5

Select a Quality Preset button, and then select “OK”.

The selected Quality Preset settings are reflected.

6

Select “OK”.

4

Select “Recall”.

7

Enter the desired number of copies.

8

Press the Start key.

z After finishing copying, press the Reset key to return to the initial screen of the current active mode.

Memo

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Quality Adjusting

Image quality items can be easily set by selecting from 4 image quality types (Vivid, Bright, etc.).

Also, in Custom Setting, the following 7 image quality can be set.

• Background Removal

• Bleed-Through Prevention

• Sharpness

• Saturation

• Tint

• Contrast

• Colour Balance z The default setting of Bleed-Through Prevention, Tint, Contrast, Sharpness and Saturation can be changed.

Refer to Copier Settings (For Key Operator) in the Operating Instructions (for Function Parameters) on the provided CD-ROM.

z Under the following situations, the colour mode settings return to the standard settings.

-If the power is turned OFF.

-If the Reset key is pressed.

-If “Default” in “More Settings” is selected.

1

Place original(s).

z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the

Operating Instructions (For Basic

Operations) of provided booklet.

2

Press the Copy key if set in other function mode.

3

Select “Quality Adj.”.

5

Select an image quality type, and then select “OK”.

4

Select “More Settings”.

Custom Setting

(See pages 24 to 30)

Default

Vivid

Bright

Warmer

Cooler

Copied with the default image quality set by the function parameters.

Copied with vivid image quality.

Copied with bright image quality.

Copied with reddish colour accentuated.

Copied with bluish colour accentuated.

z The default values are set upon shipment.

Key Operators can change these values, refer to Copier Settings in the Operating

Instructions (For Function Parameters).

6

Select “OK”.

7

Enter the desired number of copies.

8

Press the Start key.

z After finishing copying, press the Reset key to return to the initial screen of the current active mode.

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Background

The original can be copied with the background colour removed. This function is useful when copying newspapers or an original, which has background colour.

The settings of the Background Removal become invalid if Photo is selected in the Original Type.

1

Select “Custom Setting”.

3

Adjust the level of Background

Removal with “-” and “+”, and then select “OK”.

z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 4 of

Quality Adjusting (see page 22).

2

Select “Background Removal”.

Background

Removal

There are 6 levels. The higher the value, the darker the background that can be removed.

4

Select “OK”.

z For the following procedure, refer to steps 6

to 8 of Quality Adjusting (see page 22).

Bleed-Through

Thin sheets of original can be copied without Bleeding through.

The settings of Bleed-Through Prevention become invalid if Photo is selected in the Original Type.

1

Select “Bleed-Through Prevention”.

3

Select “OK”.

z To display this screen, refer to step 1 of

Background (see page 24).

z If “Background Removal” is selected,

Bleed-Through Prevention” can be also set.

2

Adjust the level of Bleed-Through

Prevention with “-” and “+”, and then select “OK”.

z For the following procedure, refer to steps 6

to 8 of Quality Adjusting (see page 22).

Bleed-

Through

Prevention

There are 6 levels. The higher the level, the higher it increases the prevention effect.

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Colour Tone

The original can be copied with reddish or bluish colour accentuated.

Reddish colour accentuated

1

Select “Tint”.

Bluish colour accentuated

2

Adjust the colour tone with “More

Red” or “More Blue”, and then select

OK”.

z To display this screen, refer to step 1 of

Background (see page 24).

More Red

More Blue

Each time it is selected, the level becomes 1 grade higher accentuating reddish colour.

(The bluish colour level decreases by 1 grade lower.)

Each time it is selected, the level becomes 1 grade higher accentuating bluish colour.

(The reddish colour level decreases by 1 grade lower.) z Screen will return to step 1.

Select “OK”, and then proceed to steps 6 to

8 of Quality Adjusting (see page 22).

Contrast

The original can be copied with adjusted brightness and darkness.

Higher

1

Select “Contrast”.

Lower

2

Adjust the contrast with “Lower” or

Higher”, and then select “OK”.

z

To display this screen, refer to step 1 of

Background (see page 24).

Lower

Higher

Each time it is selected, the contrast level decreases by 1 grade lower, and the difference between brightness and darkness is reduced.

Each time it is selected, the contrast level increases by 1 grade higher, and the difference between brightness and darkness is increased.

z Screen will return to step 1.

Select “OK”, and then proceed to steps 6 to

8 of Quality Adjusting (see page 22).

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Image Sharpness

The original can be copied by blurring or sharpening the outline of the image.

Blurred

1

Select “Sharpness”.

Sharpened

2

Adjust the sharpness with “Lower” or

Higher”, and then select “OK”.

z To display this screen, refer to step 1 of

Background (see page 24).

Lower

Higher

Each time it is selected, the sharpness level decreases by

1 grade lower, and the image outline is blurred.

Each time it is selected, the sharpness level increases by 1 grade higher, and the image outline is sharpened.

z

Screen will return to step 1.

Select “OK”, and then proceed to steps 6 to

8 of Quality Adjusting (see page 22).

Saturation

The original can be copied with adjusted saturation.

Lower

1

Select “Saturation”.

Higher

2

Adjust the saturation with “Lower” or

Higher”, and then select “OK”.

z To display this screen, refer to step 1 of

Background (see page 24).

Lower

Higher

Each time it is selected, the saturation level decreases by 1 grade lower, and the colour brightness becomes lower.

Each time it is selected, the saturation level increases by 1 grade higher, and the colour brightness becomes higher.

z Screen will return to step 1.

Select “OK”, and then proceed to steps 6 to

8 of Quality Adjusting (see page 22).

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Colour Balance

The original can be copied with adjusted the density level (Darker, Medium and Lighter) of Yellow,

Magenta, Cyan and Black.

1

Select “Colour Balance”.

3

Adjust Darker Areas, Medium Areas and Lighter Areas as well for Magenta,

Yellow and Black in the same way as in step 2.

z To display this screen, refer to step 1 of

Background (see page 24).

2

Select “Cyan”, and then adjust Darker

Areas, Medium Areas and Lighter

Areas with “-” or “+”.

4

Select “OK”.

Darker

Areas

Medium

Areas

Lighter

Areas

Each time “-” is selected, the level of darker density decreases by 1 grade lower.

Each time “+” is selected, the level of darker density increases by 1 grade higher.

Each time “-” is selected, the level of medium density decreases by 1 grade lower.

Each time “+” is selected, the level of medium density increases by 1 grade higher.

Each time “-” is selected, the level of lighter density decreases by 1 grade lower.

Each time “+” is selected, the level of lighter density increases by 1 grade higher.

z Screen will return to step 1.

Select “OK”, and then proceed to steps 6 to

8 of Quality Adjusting (see page 22).

Proof Copying

When making more than one copy, the first copy can be printed as a proof copy.

After confirming its quality, the remaining copies can be printed.

One copy as a proof copy

The remaining copies are made after confirmation

1

Place original(s).

z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the

Operating Instructions (For Basic

Operations) of provided booklet.

2

Press the Copy key if set in other function mode.

3

Select the copy features if necessary.

6

Press the Start key.

The first copy is printed, and a confirmation screen appears.

7

If the copy quality is satisfactory, select “Yes”.

4

Enter the desired number of copies.

5

Select “Proof Set”.

The remaining copies are printed.

‰ If the copy quality is not satisfactory

1

Select “No” to return to the Basic Menu screen.

2

Place the original again.

3

Adjust the quality settings.

4

Press the Start key.

A proof copy is printed, and a confirmation screen appears. Confirm if the copy quality isacceptable.

5

Select “Yes”.

The remaining copies are printed.

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Confirming the Selected Copy Features

Before copying, the settings can be checked, changed or deleted.

1

Select “Confirm Settings”.

Ex: Changing Sort mode to Non Sort mode.

1

Select “Sort”.

2

Check the settings, and then select

Close”.

2

Select “Non Sort”, and then select “OK” .

z If the Confirm Setting button is selected, the setting screen is displayed and the settings

(except 1 ->1) can be changed.

z If “Reset All” is selected, all the settings are cancelled.

z If “Preset Jobs” is selected, the job registration screen is displayed to register

jobs. Refer to the Storing a Job in Memory

(see page 33).

3

Select “Close”.

Storing a Job in Memory

A copy job can be registered as a preset job. It is useful to register the frequently used settings as

Preset jobs.

When recalling the registered preset jobs, refer to Recalling a Preset Job Stored in Memory. (see page 34).

1

Place original(s).

z

Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the

Operating Instructions (For Basic

Operations) of provided booklet.

2

Press the Copy key if set in other function mode.

3

Select the copy features if necessary.

6

Select “Save”, and then select a job button that does not have a job registered.

4

Enter the desired number of copies.

5

Select “Preset Jobs”.

z

The job button, in which a job has been registered, will have a job name.

7

Input a job name, and then select

OK”.

z

Up to 20 characters.

z

For instructions on Using the Keyboard, refer to the Operating Instructions (For

Function Parameters) on the provided CD-

ROM.

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Recalling a Preset Job Stored in Memory

The specific copy job will be done by recalling the registered preset jobs.

A job called “Double Exposure” is set as default.

• Refer to Double Exposure in the Operating Instructions (For Basic Operations) of provided booklet.

z

When storing a preset job in memory, refer to Storing a Job in Memory. (see page 33).

z “M1”/”M2” cannot be registered when Manual Skyshot Mode is selected. Refer to the Operating Instructions

(For Function Parameters).

1

Place original(s).

z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the

Operating Instructions (For Basic

Operations) of provided booklet.

2

Press the Copy key if set in other function mode.

3

Select “Preset Jobs”.

5

Select “Close”.

Job settings are reflected.

6

To confirm the job settings, select

Confirm Settings”, and then touch

Close”.

4

Select a stored job.

34 z Job buttons without names, indicate that there are no jobs registered.

A confirmation screen appears, asking to confirm the job recalled.

z To change the setting, refer to the

Confirming the Selected Copy Features

(see page 32).

7

Enter the desired number of copies.

8

Press the Start key.

Checking the Waiting to Copy Job

A list of jobs currently being printed or waiting to print can be displayed. The following types of jobs can be displayed.

• All jobs

• Copy jobs

The pending waiting to print jobs can be deleted.

Displaying a List of All Jobs

A list of all the jobs currently being printed or waiting to print can be displayed.

1

Press the Copy key if set in other function mode.

2

Select “Output Queue”.

Displaying a List of Copy Jobs

A list of copy jobs currently being printed or waiting to print can be displayed.

1

Select “Copy” in the Output Queue screen.

Output Queue screen is displayed, and a list of all the jobs currently being printed or waiting to print are displayed.

3

Select “Close”.

z A list of copy jobs currently being printed or waiting to print is displayed.

2

Select “Close”.

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Deleting Copy Jobs

The jobs in Ready status can be deleted.

1

Select “Copy” in the Output Queue screen.

3

Select “Yes”.

Copy

Print

Select when deleting a copy job.

Select when deleting a print job.

z Refer to the Operating

Instructions (For PCL

Printer Function) provided on the CD-ROM.

z To display the Output Queue screen, refer to

the Checking the Waiting to Copy Job

(see page 35).

2

Select a job, and then select “Delete”.

Selected Copy Job is deleted.

36 z When deleting all the jobs, select “Select

All” and then select “Delete”.

The screen to confirm the job deletion is displayed.

Completion Notice

If Completion Notice is set, you will be notified on your computer when copying is completed.

z Before using this function, install the Panasonic Document Management System and PCL Printer Driver, and then configure each software.

z To register the IP Address of your computer, refer to Network Scanner Settings (Option) in the Operating

Instructions (For Setting Up) of provided booklet and Completion Notice in the Operating Instructions (For

PCL Printer Driver) on the provided CD-ROM.

1

Place original(s).

z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the

Operating Instructions (For Basic

Operations) of provided booklet.

2

Press the Copy key if set in other function mode.

3

Select the copy features if necessary.

4

Select “Completion Notice”.

6

Select a designated computer, and then select “OK”.

5

Select an index tab or “Favourites” to display the registered computers.

7

Enter the desired number of copies.

8

Select the Start key.

A completion notice will be sent to the specified computer when copying is completed.

z When copying from the Platen Glass, place the next original and follow the instructions described on the touch panel display.

z After finishing copying, press the Reset key to return to the initial screen of the current active mode.

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Chapter 2

2-Sided Copy Mode

More Menus Features z For information on “1->2”, “2->2”, “Book->2” and “N in 1”, please refer to the Operating Instructions (For Basic

Functions).

z The standard setting of the 2-Sided/Original->Copy can be changed. Refer to Copier Settings in the Operating

Instructions (For Function Parameters) on the provided CD-ROM.

z Special paper such as cardboard cannot be used for 2-Sided copy.

Basic Operation for the 2-Sided Copy Mode

1

Place original(s).

z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the

Operating Instructions (For Basic

Operations) of provided booklet.

z 2 ->1, Multi-Size Feed, Job Build and SADF:

From ADF only.

2

Press the Copy key if set in other function mode.

3

Select “More Menus”.

4

Select the desired 2-Sided mode.

For 1 -> 1 : To clear the 2-Sided Copy Mode

2 -> 1 (see page 39)

2 Page (see page 40)

Booklet (see page 41)

Multi-Size Feed (see page 43)

Job Build and SADF (see page 45)

For N in 1, 1 -> 2, 2 -> 2 and Book ->2 Modes z Refer to the Operating Instructions (For

Basic Operation)

5

Enter the desired number of copies.

6

Press the Start key.

z When copying from the Platen Glass, place the next original and follow the instructions described on the touch panel display.

z After finishing copying, press the Reset key to return to the initial screen of the current active mode.

Copying 2-Sided Originals Onto Two Separate Sheets

2-Sided original(s) can be copied, and separated into 1-Sided pages.

1

Select “2-Sided/Original->Copy”, and then select “2 -> 1”.

2

Select the bind position, and then select “OK”.

z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 3 of

Basic Operation for the 2-Sided Copy

Mode (see page 38).

Long Edge

Short Edge z

For the following procedure, refer to steps 5

to 6 Basic Operation for the 2-Sided Copy

Mode (see page 38).

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Copying Facing Page Onto Two Separate Sheets

Two facing pages original can be copied, and separated into 1-Sided sheets.

1

Select “2-Sided/Original->Copy”, and then select “2 Page”.

3

Select a copy layout, and then select

OK”.

40 z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 3 of

Basic Operation for the 2-Sided Copy

Mode (see page 38).

2

Select a page order of original.

The left page of the facing original is copied first.

The right page of the facing original is copied first.

The first and the last page are copied.

The first page is copied, but the last page is not copied.

The first page is not copied, but the last page is copied.

The first and the last page are not copied.

z For the following procedure, refer to steps 5

to 6 of Basic Operation for the 2-Sided

Copy Mode (see page 38).

From 1-Sided Originals to 2-Sided Copies using Saddle Stitch

z The 2-Sided original cannot be copied into a booklet.

z Originals should be placed on the ADF. (A5 or A4 size is only available) z Optional 1-bin saddle finisher is required. Applicable paper size are only A3 and A4R.

z The standard setting for the copy size is the original size, however, the setting can be changed to a “reduced size”. Refer to Copier Settings in the Operating Instructions (For Function Parameters) on the provided CD-

ROM.

1

Select “2-Sided/Original->Copy”, and then select “Booklet”.

Select when binding the left side or the top side of the page.

Select when binding the right side or the bottom side of the page.

3

Select the cover page type if necessary.

1

Select “Cover”.

z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 3 of

Basic Operation for the 2-Sided Copy

Mode (see page 38).

2

Select a bind position.

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2

Select a cover type.

5

Select “OK”.

Blank

Copy

Not copied on the cover.

Copied on the cover.

3

Select “Cover” to select a paper.

z For the following procedure, refer to steps 5

to 6 of Basic Operation for the 2-Sided

Copy Mode (see page 38).

z When changing paper other than the cover, press the Copy key on the Control Panel. If the paper of desired size is available on the tray, the display changes.

Select a paper size from the display.

4

Select “OK” to exit the cover settings.

Copying Mixed Size Originals from the ADF

Use this function when copying mixed size originals (A3 and A4)using with the ADF, original size can be detected automatically then can be copied to the same size or one specified size.

Ex: Same Size (Standard Setting) Ex: Specified Size

Ex: A4 and A3 A4 and A3 A4 z The following 2 combinations are possible.

Original Size 1 Original Size 2

1 A3

2 A4R

A4

A5 z

If no copy size is specified, the original is copied in the same size. If any copy size is specified, the original is copied automatically enlarged or reduced in accordance with the specified size.

z

Only when copying by specifying the same copy size, 2-Sided copying is possible by setting “2-Sided”.

z

Only when copying by specifying the same copy size, the copies can be rotated and printed as a booklet or as a unit of specified number of pages by setting “Rotate-Sort” or “Rotate-Group”.

1

Select “2-Sided/Original->Copy”, and then select “Multi-Size Feed”.

2

Select an orientation, and then select

OK”.

z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 3 of

Basic Operation for the 2-Sided Copy

Mode (see page 38).

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3

When copying the same paper size, touch “Basic Menu”, and then select a desired copy size with copy size button.

z For the following procedure, refer to steps 5

to 6 of Basic Operation for the 2-Sided

Copy Mode (see page 38).

Copying Special Originals (Thin Paper, etc.) from the ADF

„

SADF

This mode adds a 5 second delay to allow another original to be placed on the ADF. Special originals

(like thin paper, etc.) can be fed from the ADF and copied continuously using the SADF Mode.

1

Place one original (minimum 50 g/m

2

) on the ADF.

2

Press the Copy key if set in other function mode.

3

Select “More Menus”.

4

Select “2-Sided/Original->Copy”, and then select “Job Build and SADF”.

5

Enter the desired number of copies.

6

Press the Start key.

7

Place the next original within 5 sec. of last ejected copy.

8

After the last page is scanned, select

No” in the confirmation screen.

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Job Build

This is useful, when copying multiple sets of originals that exceed the maximum capacity of the ADF of

70 sheets (80 g/m

2

). (See the Example below)

Ex: To make 5 sets of sorted copies of 100-sheet of originals.

(a) Place the first 70 sheets of originals on the ADF.

(b) Select “2-Sided/Original” Copy menu and select Job “Job Build and SADF”.

(c) Select “Sort/Finish” menu and select the desired Sorting/Finishing end result.

(d) Press the Start key.

(e) After scanning the first 70 sheets, you can place the remaining 30 sheets of originals on the ADF within 5 second to continue copying without interrupting the cycle.

Or if you do nothing, the machine will display “Another original? / Yes or No”.

(f) Place the remaining 30 sheets of originals on the ADF tray and select “Yes”.

(g) After scanning the remaining 30 sheets, “Another original? / Yes or No” will display, select “No” to start the printing process.

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70

Originals: 70 sheets <1st scan>

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100

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1st and 2nd Scanning Data are combined into one job.

100

Originals: Remaining 30 sheets <2nd scan>

5 sets of 100-sheet sorted copies are printed z Original should be placed on the ADF.

z Up to 999 sheets of the originals can be scanned in one job. The maximum capacity of the scanned data can be reached less than 999 sheets of the originals depending on the type of sheets being scanned.

If the memory becomes full during scanning, follow the instructions on the Display.

Sort Mode

The original can be copied, printed, and sorted in a specified number of sets.

• Optional Finisher is not installed.

Refer to the Operating Instructions (For Basic Functions).

• Optional Finisher is installed.

Shift-Sort, Shift-Group and Staple mode are available.

• Optional Punch Unit is installed

Punch mode is available.

Shift-Sort Shift-Group Staple-Sort Punch

1

Place original(s).

z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the

Operating Instructions (For Basic

Operations) of provided booklet.

2

Press the Copy key if set in other function mode.

3

Select “More Menus”.

4

Select “Sort/Finish”, and then select a sort mode.

z When the “Staple-Sort” or “Punch” is selected, refer to next page.

<Continue to the Next Page>

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‰ When the optional 1-Bin Saddle Stitch

Finisher is installed.

Select the stapling position.

‰ When the optional 1-Bin Finisher is installed. Select the stapling

position.

2 positions on the left side.

1 position on the upper left side.

2 positions on the upper side.

2 positions on the right side.

1 position on the upper right side.

‰ When the optional Punch Unit is installed to the 1-Bin Saddle Stitch Finisher.

Select the punching position.

1 position on the upper left side.

1 position on the upper right side.

5

Enter the desired number of copies.

6

Press the Start key.

z When copying from the Platen Glass, place the next original and follow the instructions described on the touch panel display.

z After finishing copying, press the Reset key to return to the initial screen of the current active mode.

Zoom Mode

Variable Ratios

The original can be copied by setting the

Enlargement/Reduction Ratio.

1

Place original(s).

z

Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the

Operating Instructions (For Basic

Operations) of provided booklet.

2

Press the Copy key if set in other function mode.

3

Select “More Menus”.

5

Select the item to enlarge/reduce.

X

Y

XY

Select to set the same enlargement/ reduction ratio vertically and horizontally.

Select to set the horizontal enlargement/reduction ratio.

Select to set the vertical enlargement/ reduction ratio.

4

Select “Zoom/Effects”, and then select “Zoom”.

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6

Input the zoom ratio with “S” and “T”, or the keypad, and then select “OK”.

z

The ratio can be set in 1% increments within

25% to 400%.

z When changing the paper size after setting the zoom ratio, touch “Basic Menu”, and then select “Paper/Output Tray”, and select the paper size.

7

Enter the desired number of copies.

8

Press the Start key.

z

When copying from the Platen Glass, place the next original and follow the instructions described on the touch panel display.

z After finishing copying, press the Reset key to return to the initial screen of the current active mode.

Auto Zoom

By setting Auto Zoom, originals can be automatically Enlarged/Reduced to fit the size of the loaded paper.

z This function can be selected when the original is placed on the platen.

z As the original is placed on the platen, the position of the original may be erroneously detected if influenced by ambient light.

z If the margin around the original is 5 mm wide or less, the original may not be correctly detected, and the copy image may be unclear.

1

Open the ADF more than 45 degrees, and then place the original on the platen, leaving it open.

4

Select “Zoom/Effects”, and then select “Auto Zoom”.

Face Down. Align with top left corner.

z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the

Operating Instructions (For Basic

Operations) of provided booklet.

2

Press the Copy key if set in other function mode.

3

Select “More Menus”.

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5

Select the desired zoom/type ratio, and then select “OK”.

Enlarged or reduced according to the vertical/ horizontal size of the paper.

Enlarged or reduced according to both vertical/ horizontal size of the paper.

6

Select the desired size of paper, and then select “OK”.

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7

Enter the desired number of copies.

8

Press the Start key.

z When copying from the Platen Glass, place the next original and follow the instructions described on the touch panel display.

z After finishing copying, press the Reset key to return to the initial screen of the current active mode.

Effect Modes

Setting a Blank Edge

Unnecessary edge can be erased by setting a blank edge.

z When “Zoom” is selected, the erasing width varies depending on the zoom ratio.

1

Place original(s).

z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the

Operating Instructions (For Basic

Operations) of provided booklet.

2

Press the Copy key if set in other function mode.

3

Select “More Menus”.

4

Select “Zoom/Effects”, and then select “Edge”.

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5

Select “XY” to set the same value for X and Y, or “X”, “Y” to set a different value for X and Y.

XY

X

Select to set the same erasing width for all sides.

Select to set the erasing width for the right and left sides.

Y

Select to set the erasing width for the top and bottom sides.

6

Input the erasing width with “S” and

“T”, or the keypad, and then select

OK”.

54 z The erasing width can be set in 1 mm increments from 5 mm to 99 mm.

7

Enter the desired number of copies.

8

Press the Start key.

z After finishing copying, press the Reset key to return to the initial screen of the current active mode.

Eliminate Dark Inner Binding Shadows

When copying books etc., the centre of folding position may be shaded. This shade can be easily eliminated.

The shade is erased.

z

When “Zoom” is selected, the erasing width varies depending on the zoom ratio.

z

When “Overlay” or “Form Overlay” is selected, this function cannot be executed for the overlay original.

1

Place original(s).

z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the

Operating Instructions (For Basic

Operations) of provided booklet.

2

Press the Copy key if set in other function mode.

3

Select “More Menus”.

5

Input the erasing width with “S” and

“T”, or the keypad, and then select

OK”.

4

Select “Zoom/Effects”, and then select “Book”.

z

The erasing width can be set in 1 mm increments from 5 mm to 99 mm.

6

Enter the desired number of copies.

7

Press the Start key.

z

After finishing copying, press the Reset key to return to the initial screen of the current active mode.

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Shift Image to Right, Left, Up or Down

The original can be copied by setting a binding margin on the edge or in the centre of the paper.

Margin

Margin Margin Margin z If a part of the copied image is missing, change the Margin Reduction setting to Yes. Refer to Copier Settings in the Operating Instructions (For Function Parameters) on the provided CD-ROM.

z When “Overlay” or “Form Overlay” is selected, the binding margin is set also for the overlay original.

1

Place original(s).

z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the

Operating Instructions (For Basic

Operations) of provided booklet.

2

Press the Copy key if set in other function mode.

3

Select “More Menus”.

4

Select “Zoom/Effects”, and then select “Margin”.

5

Select the desired position of the binding margin.

7

Enter the desired number of copies.

8

Press the Start key.

z After finishing copying, press the Reset key to return to the initial screen of the current active mode.

Select to set the binding margin on the left side of the paper.

Select to set the binding margin on the right side of the paper.

Select to set the binding margin on the top side of the paper.

Select to set the binding margin on the bottom side of the paper.

6

Input the width of the binding margin with “S” and “T”, or the keypad, and then select “OK”.

z The width of the binding margin can be set in 1 mm increments, from 5 mm to 99 mm.

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Copying with Stamping

Page Numbers, Date, etc. can be stamped on each sheet.

z This function can be selected when the original is placed on the ADF.

z Only 1 of the page number, date, control number and characters can be selected to print in 1 scanning. 2 or more stamps cannot be stamped in 1 scanning.

z Stamped only in black.

„

Basic Operation for Stamping

1

Place original(s) on the ADF.

z

Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the

Operating Instructions (For Basic

Operations) of provided booklet.

2

Press the Copy key if set in other function mode.

3

Select “More Menus”.

4

Select “Zoom/Effects”, and then select “Stamping”.

Page Number (see page 60)

Issue Number (see page 62)

Date (see page 64)

Text Stamp (see page 66)

5

Enter the desired number of copies.

6

Press the Start key.

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Page Number

The original can be copied with page numbers printed.

z The default is -n- (number) format. To change to n/m (number/maximum) format, refer to Copier Settings in the Operating Instructions (For Function Parameters) on the provided CD-ROM.

z Make sure to select “Sort”.

1

Select “Page Number”.

3

Select the stamping position.

60 z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 4 of

Basic Operation for Stamping (see page

58).

2

Select the orientation of the original.

The page number is printed on the centre of the bottom position.

The page number is printed on the bottom right position.

The page number is printed on the top right position.

Select the orientation of the original according to the orientation of the characters

(vertical direction) on the original.

Select the orientation of the original according to the orientation of the characters

(horizontal direction) on the original.

4

Select the starting page of the numbering, and then select “OK”.

The page numbering starts from the first page.

The page numbering starts from the second page.

The page numbering starts from the third page.

z For the following steps, refer to steps 5 to 6

in the Basic Operation for Stamping (see page 58).

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„

Issue Number

The original can be copied, and printed in consecutive numbers from 001 to 999.

62 z The issue numbers can be set from 001 to 999. After 999, the number returns to 001.

1

Select “Issue Number”.

3

Select the stamping position of issue number.

z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 4 of

Basic Operation for Stamping (see page

58).

2

Select the orientation of the original.

The issue number is printed on the bottom at the centre.

The issue number is printed on the bottom right side.

The issue number is printed on the top right side.

Select the orientation of the original according to the orientation of the characters

(vertical direction) on the original.

Select the orientation of the original according to the orientation of the characters

(horizontal direction) on the original.

4

Input the starting number of the issue number with “S” and “T”, or the keypad, and then select “OK”.

Each time it is selected, the number is increased by 1.

Each time it is selected, the number is decreased by 1.

z

For the following steps, refer to steps 5 to 6

in the Basic Operation for Stamping (see page 58).

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„

Date

The original can be copied with a printed date. The date is printed in DD/MM/YYYY format.

1

Select “Date”.

3

Select the stamping position of the date stamp.

64 z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 4 of

Basic Operation for Stamping (see page

58).

2

Select the orientation of the original.

The date is printed on the bottom at the centre.

The date is printed on the bottom right side.

The date is printed on the top right side.

4

To change the date, follow the steps below.

1

Select “Change”.

Select the orientation of the original according to the orientation of the characters (vertical direction) on the original.

Select the orientation of the original according to the orientation of the characters (horizontal direction) on the original.

The cursor is displayed.

2

Move the cursor to the desired position using

and .

3

Update the date with the Keypad.

5

Select “OK”.

z For the following steps, refer to steps 5 to 6

in the Basic Operation for Stamping (see page 58).

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„

Text Stamp

The original can be copied with printed text.

z Up to 32 characters, including A to Z, a to z, 0 to 9, symbols, @, . (Period), _ and space can be printed.

z The font size is 2.1 mm x 3.1 mm.

1

Select “Text Stamp”.

3

Select the stamping position of the text stamp.

66 z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 4 of

Basic Operation for Stamping (see page

58).

2

Select the orientation of the original.

The text stamp is printed on the bottom at the centre.

The text stamp is printed on the bottom right side.

The text stamp is printed on the top right side.

4

Select “Change”.

Select the orientation of the original according to the orientation of the characters

(vertical direction) on the original.

Select the orientation of the original according to the orientation of the characters

(horizontal direction) on the original.

5

Input text, and then select “OK”.

z Up to 32 characters.

z For instructions on Using the Keyboard, refer to the Operating Instructions (For

Function Parameters) on the provided CD-

ROM.

6

Select “OK”.

z For the following steps, refer to steps 5 to 6

in the Basic Operation for Stamping (see page 58).

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Centring

The copying image can be centred automatically on selected paper.

z This function can be selected when the original is placed on the platen.

z As the original is placed on the platen, the position of the original may be erroneously detected if influenced by ambient light.

z

If the margin around the original is 5 mm wide or less, the original may not be correctly detected, and the copy image may be unclear.

1

Open the ADF more than 45 degrees, and then place original(s) on the platen.

z

Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the

Operating Instructions (For Basic

Operations) of provided booklet.

2

Press the Copy key if set in other function mode.

3

Select “More Menus”.

5

Select the desired type of paper, and then select “OK”.

4

Select “Zoom/Effects”, and then select “centering”.

6

Enter the desired number of copies.

7

Press the Start key.

z

After finishing copying, press the Reset key to return to the initial screen of the current active mode.

Image Repeat

Create continuous copy image on the sheet.

The minimum size of the original is 20 mm x 20 mm.

z You can change to have dotted lines printed around the copy images. Refer to Copier Settings in the

Operating Instructions (For Function Parameters) on the provided CD-ROM.

z This function can be selected when the original is placed on the platen.

z As the original is placed on the platen, the position of the original may be erroneously detected if influenced by ambient light.

z If the margin around the original is 5 mm wide or less, the original may not be correctly detected, and the copy image may be unclear.

5

Select the desired type of paper, and then select “OK”.

1

Open the ADF more than 45 degrees, and then place original(s) on the platen.

z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the

Operating Instructions (For Basic

Operations) of provided booklet.

2

Press the Copy key if set in other function mode.

3

Select “More Menus”.

6

Enter the desired number of copies.

7

Press the Start key.

z After finishing copying, press the Reset key to return to the initial screen of the current active mode.

4

Select “Zoom/Effects”, and then select “Image Repeat”.

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Insertion Modes

Add a Cover Page to Copies

The original can be copied using other types of paper as a Cover Page. Only the Front Cover, or Front and Back Covers can be selected.

1

Place original(s) on the ADF.

z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the

Operating Instructions (For Basic

Operations) of provided booklet.

2

Press the Copy key if set in other function mode.

3

Select “More Menus”.

The front cover is copied on colour paper.

4

Select “Insertion/Overlay”, and then select “Cover”.

5

Determine whether to copy the Front/

Back cover.

7

Select “OK”.

Front

Blank

Front

Copy

Front+Back

Blank

Select to add a Blank

Front Cover.

Select to add a Copied

Front cover.

Select to add a Blank

Front and Back Cover.

Front+Back

Copy

Select to add a Copied

Front and Back Cover.

6

Select “Cover” until the paper tray to be used is displayed.

8

Enter the desired number of copies.

9

Press the Start key.

z After finishing copying, press the Reset key to return to the initial screen of the current active mode.

z When changing paper other than the cover page, press the Copy key, and change the paper tray.

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Inserts Blank/Copied Pages Between Copies

The original can be copied by inserting other types of paper between specified pages.

1

2

3

4

5

6

1

Place original(s) on the ADF.

z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the

Operating Instructions (For Basic

Operations) of provided booklet.

2

Press the Copy key if set in other function mode.

3

Select “More Menus”.

1

2

3

4

5

6

Blank Pages

1

2

3

4

5

6

Copied Pages

5

Select the type of page to insert.

Blank

Inserted page is Blank.

Copy

Copied insertion pages.

6

Select “Page Insert” until the paper tray to be used is displayed.

4

Select “Insertion/Overlay”, and then select “Page Insertion”.

z When changing paper other than inserted pages, press the Copy key and change the paper tray.

7

Select “OK”.

10

Select “OK”.

8

Input the page numbers with keypad where the insertion pages are placed.

11

Enter the desired number of copies.

12

Press the Start key.

z After finishing copying, press the Reset key to return to the initial screen of the current active mode.

9

Select to enter the following page numbers where the insertion pages are placed.

z

By selecting and , move cursor to enter the insertion page numbers.

z Up to 20 insertion page numbers can be entered.

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Inserts Blank/Copied Pages Between Transparency Film

1

Place original(s) on the ADF.

z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the

Operating Instructions (For Basic

Operations) of provided booklet.

2

Press the Copy key if set in other function mode.

3

Select “More Menus”.

6

When changing the paper to be inserted between Transparency Film, select “Page Insert” until the paper tray you want to use is displayed.

7

Select “OK”.

4

Place the Transparency Film on the

Sheet Bypass.

z How to using Sheet Bypass and changing the Printing Media, refer to Adding Paper

<Printing Media> in the Operating

Instructions (For Basic Operations) of provided booklet.

5

Select “Insertion/Overlay”, and then select “Transparency Interleaving”.

8

Enter the desired number of copies.

9

Press the Start key.

z After finishing copying, press the Reset key to return to the initial screen of the current active mode.

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Overlay Modes

Overlaying an Image Onto the Copies

The original can be overlaid with the first page of the original.

The first page is called the overlay original, and the second page onwards are called the scanned original, respectively.

The overlay original z The size available for both of the overlay original and the scanned original is A4.

z “Auto” cannot be selected in colour mode.

z When “Margin” is selected, a binding margin is set also for the overlay original.

z When “Cover” or “Page Insertion” is selected, if the cover page and insertion pages are not set to be copied, the overlay is not executed for Blank pages. If these pages are set to be copied, the overlay is executed for copied pages.

1

Place original(s).

z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the

Operating Instructions (For Basic

Operations) of provided booklet.

2

Press the Copy key if set in other function mode.

3

Select “More Menus”.

4

Select “Insertion/Overlay”, and then select “Overlay”.

5

Select the colour of the overlay original from the basic colours and registered custom colours, and then select “OK”.

‰ When selecting from the basic

colours

7

Select the overlay position, and the select “OK”.

‰ When selecting from the registered custom colours z If “Add Custom” is selected, Add Custom screen is displayed, and Colours can be

registered. Refer to the New Colour

Registration (see page 14)

6

Adjust the overlay density with “Lighter” and “Darker”, and then select “OK”.

Overlay on Top

Copied with the scanned original overlaid on the overlay original.

Overlay on Bottom

Copied with the overlay original overlaid on the scanned original.

8

Enter the desired number of copies.

9

Press the Start key.

z When the overlay copying is completed, the overlay original registration confirmation screen is displayed.

z When copying from the Platen Glass, place the next original and follow the instructions described on the touch panel display.

10

Select “Yes” or “No”.

Lighter

Darker

Overlay density level is decreased.

Overlay density level is increased.

Yes

No

Register the overlay image.

Clear the overlay image.

If Hard Disk Drive is installed, you will be asked where to register the overlay original.

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11

Determine where to register the overlay original.

12

Select a desired button has no names registered, and then select "OK".

13

Input the button name with Keyboard, and then select “OK”.

z Up to 20 characters can be entered.

z For instructions on how to Using the

Keyboard, refer to the Operating

Instructions (For Function Parameters) on provided CD-ROM.

Memo

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Overlay Copying with Registered Image

Overlay an image stored in memory onto the copy.

Form The scanned original z Available size is A4.

z “Auto” cannot be selected in colour mode.

z If the orientation of the original is different from the form, the original is copied by automatically rotating when overlaid.

z If enlargement or reduction is selected using “Zoom” or the paper size setting, the size of the original is enlarged or reduced according to the setting. However, the size of the form is not enlarged or reduced.

z When “Edge” or “Book” is selected, the edge erasing function and the centre erasing function are not executed for the overlay original.

z When “Margin” is selected, a binding margin is also set for the overlay original.

z When “Cover” or “Page Insertion” is selected, if the cover page and inserted pages are not set to be copied, the overlay is not executed for Blank pages. If these pages are selected to be copied, the overlay is executed for copied pages.

z Note that if the power is turned OFF when optional hard disk drive is not installed, the overlay image is erased.

1

Place original(s).

z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the

Operating Instructions (For Basic

Operations) of provided booklet.

z

Depending on the orientation setting,

Landscape” or “Portrait” is selected.

2

Press the Copy key if set in other function mode.

3

Select “More Menus”.

4

Select “Insertion/Overlay”, and then select “Form Overlay”.

5

Select the registered form, and then select “OK”.

8

Press the Start key.

z When copying from the Platen Glass, place the next original and follow the instructions described on the touch panel display.

z After finishing copying, press the Reset key to return to the initial screen of the current active mode.

z For the details about how to register the

form, refer to the Save (see page 82).

z When optional hard disk drive is not installed, the screen of step 5 is not displayed.

6

Set the order of overlay form and the scanned original, and then select

OK”.

Overlay on Top

Copied with the scanned original overlaid on the form.

Overlay on Bottom

Copied with the form overlaid on the scanned original.

7

Enter the desired number of copies.

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File Edit

Up to 12 editing functions are available in the Form Overlay Feature.

z

Refer to the Overlay Copying with Registered Image (see page 80)

z Optional Hard Disk Drive is required. If it is not installed, an image can not be stored.

„

Save

z If optional hard disk drive is not installed, only 1 form can be registered and the title cannot be entered. If the power is set to OFF, the form is deleted.

z The size of the original, which can be registered in the form, is A4.

z After the registration, the form transparency level and the specified colours cannot be changed.

z “Auto” cannot be selected in the colour mode.

1

Place the original for overlay form.

z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the

Operating Instructions (For Basic

Operations) of provided booklet.

z Depending on the orientation to be selected,

“Landscape” or “Portrait” is selected.

2

Press the Copy key if set in other function mode.

3

Select “More Menus”.

4

Select “Insertion/Overlay”, and then select “File Edit”.

5

Select the button, that has no form name.

6

Select “Save”, and then select "OK"..

8

Adjust the overlay level with “Lighter” and “Darker”, and then select “OK”.

7

Select the specified colours of the form from basic/custom, and then select “OK”.

‰ When selecting from the basic colours

Lighter

Overlay level is decreased.

Darker

Overlay level is increased.

9

Select the overlay position, and then select “OK”.

‰ When selecting from the registered custom colours z If cancel to save the overlay form, select

Cancel”.

z If “Add Custom” is selected, Add Custom screen is displayed, and Colours can be

registered. New Colour Registration (see page 14)

10

Press the Start key.

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11

Select “Yes”.

12

Input the file name, and then select

OK”.

z Up to 20 characters can be entered.

z For instructions on Using the Keyboard, refer to the Operating Instructions (For

Function Parameters) on the provided CD-

ROM.

„

Erase

1

Select the file name to be deleted.

„

File Name Edit

1

Select the file name to be edited.

z To display File Edit screen, refer to steps 2

to 4 in Save (see page 82).

2

Select “Erase”, and then “OK”.

z To display File Edit screen, refer to steps 2

to 4 in Save (see page 82).

2

Select “File Name Edit”, and then

OK”.

3

Select “Yes”.

3

Change the file name, and then select

OK”.

z After completing the deletion of the form, press the Reset key to cancel the settings.

z Up to 20 characters can be entered.

z For instructions on Using the Keyboard, refer to the Operating Instructions (For

Function Parameters) on the provided CD-

ROM.

z After completing the editing of the file name, press the Reset key to cancel the settings.

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Chapter 3

Making Copies with the ADF Opened

The original can be copied without generating dark borders even if the ADF is opened.

Skyshot Mode

Skyshot Mode can be selected in the standard settings.

Other Features z When “2 Page” or “N in 1” is selected, only “Normal” can be set in Skyshot Mode.

z If there is a white margin, less than 5 mm around the original, the edge of the copy may come out abnormal

(white lines/streaks). To avoid the problem, change the setting of "Digital Skyshot Mode" to "No". For setting of "Digital Skyshot Mode", refer to Copier Settings in the Operating Instructions (For Function Parameters) on the provided CD-ROM.

1

Open the ADF more than 45 degrees, and then place the original on the

Platen Glass, leaving it open.

5

Press the Start key.

z Place the next original and follow the instructions described on the touch panel display.

z After finishing copying, press the Reset key to return to the initial screen of the current active mode.

Face Down. Align with top left corner.

z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the

Operating Instructions (For Basic

Operations) of provided booklet.

2

Press the Copy key if set in other function mode.

3

Select copy features if necessary.

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4

Enter the desired number of copies.

Manual Skyshot Mode

Copying with pre-registered scan size into memory.

z Before using the Manual Skyshot Mode, please set M1 or M2 in the preset jobs. Refer to the Copier Settings in the Operating Instructions (For Function Parameters) on the provided CD-ROM.

z Originals with black borders may not be copied properly.

z If Manual Skyshot Mode is selected in “Sort”, “Shift-Sort”, “Rotate-Sort” or “Staple-Sort”, the setting is automatically changed to “Non Sort”.

1

Open the ADF, and then place the original on the Platen Glass, leaving it open.

z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the

Operating Instructions (For Basic

Operations) of provided booklet.

2

Press the Copy key if set in other function mode.

3

Select copy features if necessary.

4

Select “Preset Jobs” on the Basic

Menu screen.

5

Select “M1:” or “M2:”.

6

Enter the desired number of copies.

7

Press the Start key.

z Place the next original and follow the instructions described on the touch panel display.

z After finishing copying, press the Reset key to return to the initial screen of the current active mode.

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Reserving the Next Copy Job While the

Current Copy Job is Progressing

The next copy job can be reserved while the current copy job is under way.

When the optional Hard Disk Drive is installed.

1

Place the next original while copying current job.

2

Select “Reserve a Job”.

3

Select copy features if necessary.

4

Enter the desired number of copies.

5

Press the Start key.

z

While the current job is progressing, the next copy job will be scanned and stored into the Hard Disk Drive.

Interrupt the Current Copy Jobs to Make an

Urgent Copy

You can interrupt the current copy jobs, and make an urgent copy.

z When scanning the current copy job, other copy jobs cannot be interrupted.

1

Press the Interrupt key while copying.

7

When the copy operation is completed, press the interrupt key again.

The screen returns to the previous copy mode.

2

Place original(s).

3

Select copy features if necessary.

8

Press the Start key to resume the previous copying operation.

4

Enter the desired number of copies.

5

Press the Start key.

6

Repeat steps 2 to 5, to start the urgent copy job.

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Chapter 4

Combined Copy Functions

Newly Set Functions

Initially Set Functions

1->2

2->1

2->2

2Page

Book->2

N in 1

Booklet

Multi-Size Feed

Job Build & SADF

Sort

Non Sort

Shift-Sort *1

Shift-Group *1

Rotate-Sort

Rotate-Group

Staple-Sort *1

Punch *1

Zoom

Auto Zoom

Edge

Book

Margin

Stamping

Centring

Image Repeat

Cover

Page Insertion

Transparency Interleaving

Overlay

Form Overlay

Digital Sky Shot

Manual Sky Shot

Completion Notice

Interrupt

Proof Copy

Double Exposure

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Blank: Combined setting is available.

x: Combined setting is not available.

A:

/:

Next Selection is Carried Out.

Not available.

*1:

*2:

*3:

Setting is possible only when the paper size is the same.

Saddle Stitch” is set.

When the Issue Number is selected in Stamping function, Non Sort, Shift-Group or Rotate-Group can not be selected.

Newly Set Functions

Initially Set Functions

1->2

2->1

2->2

2Page

Book->2

N in 1

Booklet

Multi-Size Feed

Job Build & SADF

Sort

Non Sort

Shift-Sort *1

Shift-Group *1

Rotate-Sort

Rotate-Group

Staple-Sort *1

Punch *1

Zoom

Auto Zoom

Edge

Book

Margin

Stamping

Centring

Image Repeat

Cover

Page Insertion

Transparency Interleaving

Overlay

Form Overlay *2

Digital Sky Shot

Manual Sky Shot

Completion Notice

Interrupt

Proof Copy

Double Exposure

x x x

/ x x x x x

/ x x

/ x x x x x

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*3

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Blank: Combined setting is available.

x: Combined setting is not available.

Next Selection is Carried Out.

When the function initially set is set again, the function itself will be cancelled.

There is no combination.

*1: Settings are possible when the optional finisher is installed.

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*2:In the Form Overlay, when the power is turned OFF with no hard disk installed, the registered overlay original is deleted.

*3:When the Issue Number is selected in Stamping function, Non Sort, Shift-Group or Rotate-Group will be automatically changed to Sort function.

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Glossary

92

Term

10Base-T/

100Base-

TX

Address

Book

Meaning

An Ethernet standard for cable.

The 10/100 refers to its 10/100 Mbps bandwidth, the base to single baseband, and the T to the Twisted pair.

The cable uses two pairs of unshielded twisted wires.

The Address Book is a convenient directory that stores contact Telephone Numbers and Email Addresses for easy retrieval at a future time.

Address

Book

Dialling

ADF

(Automatic

Document

Feeder)

Automatic print reduction

Automatic

Reception

BPS (Bits

Per

Second)

CD-ROM

A dialler that enables you to dial an entire Telephone Number/Email Address by pressing one key.

The mechanism that delivers a stack of document pages to the scanner one page at a time.

The method of automatically reducing a received document so that it can be printed onto a standard size piece of plain paper. For example, your machine will reduce an incoming legal size page to 75% of its original size so it could fit on a letter size page.

The mode that allows you to receive fax documents without user intervention.

The amount of data that is transmitted over the phone line. Your machine can start at each Max. Modem speed and automatically steps down to suitable speed depending on the phone line condition and the receiving machines capabilities.

CD-ROM media is read-only media that holds about 650 MB of data. It’s generally accepted as the easiest way to distribute software. CD-ROM drives can also read audio CDs even though they are in a different format than standard CD-ROM media.

Client

Coding method

DDS

(Document

Distribution

System)

Density

Clients are computers that run software programs used to contact and obtain data from Server software program on another computer, often across a great distance.

The data compression method used by machines. Your machine utilizes Modified Huffman (MH), Modified

Read (MR) and Modified Modified Read (MMR) and Joint Bi-level Experts Group (JBIG) coding methods.

The Document Distribution System automatically distributes received data (Scanner data, data received via

FAX, and data received via Internet Fax) to specified recipients via a predefined delivery mechanism. The system administrator uses the system to specify the delivery mechanisms and the recipients.

Dept. Code

(Department

Code)

This operation, require the user to input a preset number of digits (Department Code) before being given access to a function of the machine, such as transmission for example. The Department Name of selected

Department Code is printed on the Header of each page sent, Cover Sheet, Comm. Journal and Individual

Transmission Journal.

DHCP

Signifies the scanning sensitivity in terms of lightness and darkness of your original pages. The degree of colour or darkness of an image or photograph.

Direct

Dialling

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol - a standard method for assigning IP addresses automatically to the devices on a TCP/IP network. As a new device connects, the DHCP server assigns an IP address from a list of available addresses. The device retains this IP address for the duration of the session - once the device disconnects the IP address becomes available for use again.

The method of dialling where you enter the entire telephone number or Email address through the keypad.

Term

Direct

SMTP

Disk Drive

Domain

Name dpi

Drum

Meaning

Allows iFax machines to communicate directly with each other within the Firewall (Intranet) without going through the Mail Server, thus alleviating the burden on the mail server.

A peripheral storage device that holds, spins, reads and writes magnetic or optical disks. It may be a receptacle for disk cartridges, disk packs or floppy disks, or it may contain non-removable disk platters like most hard disks.

A unique name that identifies an Internet site.

Domain Names always have 2 or more parts, separated by dots.

The part on the left is the most specific, and the part on the right is the most general.

Abbreviation of dots per inch, which indicates the resolution of images. The more dots per inch, the higher the resolution. A common resolution for laser printers is 600 dots per inch. This means 600 dots across and

600 dots down, so there are 360,000 dots per square inch.

Along with the laser, this is one of the basic components of a laser printer. A light-sensitive drum on which the image is generated by the laser beam as the pattern of an electric charge. The toner particles adhere to this pattern after the drum has brushed against the developing roller. (a.k.a. OPC Drum)

Dialling method that sends a different set of frequencies for each digit of the telephone keypad. Commonly refers to touch tone dialling.

DTMF

(Dual Tone

Multi

Frequency)

ECM (Error

Correction

Mode)

Email

Address

Ethernet

Fax Board

The ability to correct transmission errors as detected during the transmitting phone call.

The address for sending and receiving data by Email. It consists of User name, Sub-domain name and

Domain name.

A very common method of networking computers and equipment in a LAN.

Ethernet can handle up to 100Mbps and can be used with almost any kind of computer.

In a multi-functional device, this is a Fax capability built onto a printed circuit board which can send and receive facsimiles. The multi-functional device is normally able to scan in a document and transmit it over a phone line to another fax machine. Also, it can receive faxes from other machines and print them out.

The ability to forward all incoming faxes to the registered stations in the specified ABBR No.

Fax

Forward

Fax

Parameter

List

File

Fixed

Reduction

FTP

The list that contains the home fax parameters settings that you have programmed into your machine.

A task that has been stored into the memory of your unit. Examples are deferred transactions.

The method that allows you to determine one reduction rate, such as 75%, for all incoming documents.

Short for File Transfer Protocol, the protocol for exchanging files over the Internet.

FTP works in the same way as HTTP for transferring Web pages from a server to a user’s browser and

SMTP for transferring electronic mail across the Internet in that, like these technologies, FTP uses the

Internet’s TCP/IP protocols to enable data transfer.

FTP is most commonly used to download a file from a server using the Internet or to upload a file to a server (e.g., uploading a Web page file to a server).

The key that will be utilized to begin an operation or configuration of a feature.

Function

Keys

G3 (Group

3)

Refers to the standards and transmission capabilities of the current generation of facsimile machines.

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Term

Group

Dialling

Halftone

Meaning

The ability to program many telephone numbers into a single station so that many locations can be dialled in sequence utilizing a single keystroke.

A scanning technique to distinguish levels of grey from black and white.

Handshaking The exchange of a group of control signals that communicate between the transmitter and receiver. These signals determine the condition at which communication can occur.

Hard Disk This is commonly the slang term for a hard drive is closed and the disks are hard (usually metal). The closed system gives the possibility of A device that physically stores data in your multi-functional machine/ computer. It’s much like a floppy disk, but the system more precision, so the drive is much faster and can hold much more data.

HDD (Hard

Disk Drive)

Header A row of information that is transmitted by the sending machine and printed on the top of each page by the receiving unit. This identifies the transmitting unit and information about the transmission, such as time and date.

Homepage The page that your Browser displays when it starts up or main web page for a business, organization, etc.

Host

The physical component of a PC which performs the basic operations on the hard disk-including rotating the disk & reading/writing data to the disk.

Image

Memory

Size

Install

Any computer on a network that is repository for services available to other computers on the network.

A Host must have a unique Host name within a domain.

The host is the first (left most) section of the Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN).

The reminder of the FQDN is the domain and often tells you something about where your machine is located ( i.e., at Panasonic)

Ex:

Your machine’s Email address is: [email protected]

In the example above “fax01” is the host and “panasonic.com” is the domain.

This signifies the amount of memory available in your unit capable of storing pages of documents. All page units of measure are based on the ITU-T Image No.1.

To add hardware or load a software application onto your multi-functional machine/computer.

Internet

Internet

FAX

The Internet is a vast collection of inter-connected networks that all use the TCP/IP protocols, on which you can send an electronic Email, chat to people electronically or search for information on almost any subject you care to think of. Quite simply it is a “network of computer networks”.

The Internet fax uses the Internet to send faxes. The transmission and reception take place via store-andforward mode on the Internet using Internet Email.

In store-and-forward mode the facsimile protocol “stops” at the gateway to the Internet and is reestablished at the gateway leaving the Internet.

Intranet A private network inside a company or organization that uses the same kinds of software that you would find on the public internet, but that is only for internal use.

IP Address A unique number used to identify equipment or host computers on the Internet.

ISP

(Internet

Service

Provider)

An institution that provides access to the Internet in some form, usually for money.

ITU-T

(C.C.I.T.T.)

ITU-T

Image No.1

International Telecommunication Union - Telecommunication, formerly known as C.C.I.T.T

An Industry standard document that allows comparisons of the transmission speeds and capabilities of machines.

Term

JPEG

Meaning

Short for Joint Photographic Experts Group, and pronounced jay-peg. JPEG is a lossy compression technique for colour images. Although it can reduce files sizes to about 5% of their normal size, some detail is lost in the compression. JPEG is a graphical format that is widely used in WWW pages.

Key Name

Keypad

LAN (Local

Area

Network)

LCD

MAC

Address

An alternate to the station name that can be programmed for each Address Book dialling key.

A group of numeric keys located on your Control Panel.

A Local Area Network is a computer network system and printer limited to an immediate area, such as an

Office, Factory, and University used to integrate and exchange data.

Liquid Crystal Display. The display area of your machine.

It is the hardware address, often referred to as MAC (Media Access Control) address that is assigned to the equipment. MAC address is hard-coded and is not configurable.

The MAC address consists of 6 hexadecimal numbers separated by colons.

Ex: 00:00:c0:34:f1:50

Mail

Gateway IP

Address

The Address of the Mail Server.

The Internet Fax communicates with your existing Mail Server for all communication traffic.

Mailing List A system that allows people to send an Email to one address, whereupon their message is conveyed to multiple subscribers on the Mailing List.

Manual

Reception

A mode that requires operator intervention to receive an incoming document.

MAPI

(Messaging

Application

Program

Interface)

Acronym for Message Application Programming Interface.

A standard Windows interface for messaging that enables different mail programs and other mail-aware applications like word processors and spreadsheets to exchange messages and attachments with each other.

MDN

(Message

Delivery

Notice)

Memory

This Message Delivery Notice (MDN) is the requested by the sender for a delivery processing confirmation indicating that the message (Email) was read.

Module

The term memory identifies data storage that comes in the form of chips, which holds information that your machine needs to use. The word storage is used for memory that exists on disks.

The documents are scanned into memory before actual connection to the phone line for transmission.

Memory

Transmission

MIME

(Multipurpose

Internet Mail

Extension)

Modem

A standard used for attaching non-text (image) files to Internet Email messages.

A device that converts signals from your fax machine into signals that can be transmitted over telephone lines.

A self-contained hardware or software component that interacts with a larger system.

Hardware modules are often made to plug into a main system. Program modules are designed to handle a specific task within a larger program.

Network Any time you connect 2 or more computers together so that they can share resources, you have a computer network. Connect 2 or more networks together and you have an internet.

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Term

Overlap

Print

Panasonic

Super-

Smoothing

PC

PC Card

Meaning

Documents too long to be reduced are automatically printed on two pages with 10 mm overlap.

An electronic image enhancement (Panasonic Super Smoothing) that will create a particular pattern for the improvement of copy quality.

PCL

(Printer

Control

Language)

PDF

PSTN

(Public

Switched

Telephone

Network)

Receiver

Password

Relay

Address

Relay

Network

Resolution

The Personal Computer - Quite Simply a computer designed to be used by one person at a time.

A credit card sized removable module for portable computers. PC Cards are used to attach modems, network adapters, sound cards, radio transceivers, solid state disks and hard disks to a portable computer.

The page description language, which has become a de facto standard used in many printers and typesetters. PCL Level 6 streamlines the graphics and font commands, reducing the amount of information that has to be sent to the printer.

Polling

Polling

Password

POP (Post

Office

Protocol)

Print

Reduction

Mode

Protocol

Adobe

®

Portable Document Format (PDF) is a universal file format that preserves all the fonts, formatting, graphics, and colour of any source document, regardless of the application and platform used to create it.

The ability to retrieve a document from another machine.

A 4-digit programmed code that enables the security of a document being polled.

POP refers to the way Email software such as Eudora or your machine gets Email from a mail server.

You must always have a POP account that you tell your Email software to use to retrieve your mail.

The methods used to determine how an incoming document will be reduced to print onto the paper loaded in your machine.

A standard process, a set of rules & conditions that perform a particular function. A word which is very common in PC & Internet Terminology.

Ex: FTP (File Transmission Protocol), IP Address (Internet Protocol Address), TCP/IP (Transmission

Control Protocol Internet Protocol), POP (Post Office Protocol)

Public Switched Telephone Network. Network of interconnected switching equipment and transmission facilities.

A 4-digit password that is checked before a document is received.

A 3-digit code that identifies your machine is programmed in a relay network.

A group of machines that communicate via a relay station.

Router

(Gateway)

This relates to the quality of a viewed image either on the PC Screen or printed output. For printed images the resolutions is measured in dots per inch or DPI. The higher the DPI the better the resolution and better image quality.

A special purpose computer ( or software package) that handles the connection between 2 or more networks.

Gateways act like traffic cops, they spend their time looking at the destination addresses of the packets passing through them and deciding which route to send them on.

Term

SD Card

(Secure

Digital

Memory

Card)

Meaning

A flash memory card that provides secure storage for your machine, which is also popular with handheld devices such as digital cameras, cell-phones, and PDAs.

Selective

Reception

Server

A function that can be set so that your unit will receive from only those machines programmed into your dialler.

A computer, or a software package, that provides a specific kind of service to client software running on other computers.

A single server machine could have several different server software packages running on it, thus providing many different servers to clients on the network.

Sleep Mode The lowest power state that the machine enters after the specified time without actually turning off.

SMTP

(Simple

Mail

Transfer

Protocol)

An accepted standard used extensively on the Internet for transferring Email messages between computers. The standard defines exactly how the message will be sent, any controls, format of the message etc.

Software

Station

Name

Stored

Document

Sub-

Address

Sub-

Addressing

Password

Software is basically a series of instructions that causes the PC to do something.

The Operating System such as DOS is known as Systems Software. Application Programs such as a Word

Processor or Spreadsheet perform the main tasks for which we use the PC.

Alphanumeric ID which can be programmed for each phone number or Email address location in the

Address Book.

Documents that have been scanned and now are saved in your machine’s memory.

ITU-T recommendation for further routing, forwarding or relaying of incoming faxes.

ITU-T recommendation for additional security that corresponds to the Sub-Address.

Subnet

Mask

A mask bit used to manage sub-segments of the network which is defined with network IDs.

Substitute

Memory

Reception

TCP/IP

Your machine’s ability to save an incoming document into its memory, when it runs out of recording paper or toner.

TCP/IP stands for Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol & is quite simply a standard set of protocols that govern the basic workings of the Internet that was implemented in 1982.

The TCP part is all about ensuring that data is transmitted correctly between 2 computers. If any errors occur these are detected & the data is retransmitted. The data transmitted is split up into small portions called Data packets. The IP part of TCP/IP is how these data packets are moved from one point to another.

Each computer on the internet has a unique IP address & the data packets are moved from the source to the destination through many different computers & this is controlled via TCP/IP. This protocol is used on the Internet & also by computers which are part of a LAN.

Thumbnails A miniature display of a page or an image. Thumbnails enable you to see the layout of many pages/images on the screen at once. Generally, thumbnails are too small to show the actual text/image.

TIFF Tagged Image File Format. One of the many different types of File Format used on PC’s. An image file format for attachments of graphic data for smooth transmission between different units.

The coding method of this format supports the same coding as Modified Huffman (MH) and multiple-page image data.

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Term

TIFF Image

Viewer

Time Zone

Toner

Meaning

An application software to view the contents of TIFF-F File.

Some TIFF Image Viewers may not display the data properly.

By setting the Time Zone of your area on the device's Control Panel, email will be displayed in correct order regardless the time difference of the sender's area.

Time Zone, where you are correctly in, can be checked from the “Date/Time Properties” on your Computer.

For more details, consult with your system administrator.

A special type of ink used by copy machines and laser printers. Toner consists of a dry, powdery substance that is electrically charged so that it adheres to an invisible image that has been charged onto a drum, plate, or piece of paper with the opposite polarity.

Transmission

Reservation

The ability to preset a telephone number so that you may reserve a transmission while your unit is performing another function.

Verification

Stamp

View mode

- File List

View mode

- Journal

A user selectable transmission verification stamp which can be placed on scanned documents that are successfully transmitted or stored in memory.

Allows you to view the brief contents of the memory files through the LCD display without having to print the

Memory File List.

Allows you to view the brief contents of the journal through the LCD display without having to print the journal.

Memo

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The following trademarks and registered trademarks are used throughout this manual:

Microsoft, Windows, Windows NT, Windows Server, Outlook & Windows logo are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the USA and other countries.

Adobe, Acrobat Reader & Adobe logo are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe Systems

Incorporated.

All other trademarks identified herein are the property of their respective owners.

PEERLESSPage

TM

is a trademark of the PEERLESS Systems Corporation; and,

PEERLESSPrint

TM

and Memory Reduction Technology

®

are registered trademarks PEERLESS Systems

Corporation; and, COPYRIGHT © 2002 PEERLESS Systems Corporation

Universal Font Scaling Technology (UFST) and all typefaces have been licensed from Agfa Monotype

Agfa

®

and the Agfa rhombus are registered trademarks of Agfa-Gevaert N.V. registered in the U.S. Patent and

Trademark Office and may be registered in other jurisdictions. Monotype

®

is a registered trademark of AMT registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and may be registered in other jurisdictions. ColorTune

®

is a registered trademark of Agfa-Gevaert N.V. registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and may be registered in other jurisdictions. Profile Tool Kit

TM

, Profile Studio

TM

and Profile Optimizer

AMT and may be registered in certain jurisdictions.

TM

are trademarks of

Novell and NetWare are registered trademarks of Novell, Inc. in the Uniteds States and other countries.

PCL is either trademark or registered trademark of Hewlett-Packard Company and/or its subsidiaries.

Adobe, PostScript and PostScript 3 are either registered trademarks or trademark of Adobe Systems

Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries.

This equipment contains a number of programs licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public

License/GNU Lesser General Public License and other open software. For more details and applicable license terms thereof, please refer to the relevant information in the CD attached herewith.

© 2005 Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

Unauthorized copying and distribution is a violation of law.

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

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For Customer Support:

Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd.

Fukuoka, Japan http://www. panasonic.co.jp/global/

CR0405-4065

PJQMC0308ZE

June 2005

Published in Japan

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