C813n C823n/C823dn C833n/C833dn C843n/C843dn ES8433

C813n
C823n/C823dn
C833n/C833dn
C843n/C843dn
ES8433
ES8443
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About This Manual
Terms in this document
The following terms are used in this manual.
Note
●● Indicates important information on operations. Make sure to read sections with this mark.
Memo
●● Indicates additional information on operations. You should read sections with this mark.
Reference
●● Indicates where to look when you want to know more detailed or related information.
WARNING
●● A warning provides additional information which, if ignored, may result in a risk of personal injury.
CAUTION
●● A caution provides additional information which, if ignored, may result in equipment malfunction or damage.
Symbols in this document
The following symbols are used in this manual.
Symbols
[
]
"
"
<
> button/key
>
Your Printer
Description
●● Indicates menu names on the display screen.
●● Indicates menu, window, and dialog names on the computer.
●● Indicates messages and input text on the display screen.
●● Indicates file names on the computer.
●● Indicates reference titles.
Indicates a hardware button on the operator panel or a key on the keyboard of the
computer.
Indicates how to get to the item you want in the menu of this printer or the computer.
Indicates a printer you want to use or select.
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Notation used in this manual
The following notations may be used in this manual.
●● C813n
C813
●● C823n/C823dn
C823
●● C833n/C833dn
C833
●● C843n/C843dn
C843
●● PostScript3 Emulation
PSE, POSTSCRIPT3 Emulation, POSTSCRIPT3 EMULATION
●● Microsoft® Windows® 10 64-bit Edition operating system
Windows 10 (64bit version) *
●● Microsoft® Windows® 8.1 64-bit Edition operating system
Windows 8.1 (64bit version) *
●● Microsoft® Windows® 8 64-bit Edition operating system
Windows 8 (64bit version) *
●● Microsoft® Windows® 7 64-bit Edition operating system
Windows 7 (64bit version)
●● Microsoft® Windows Vista® 64-bit Edition operating system
Windows Vista (64bit version) *
●● Microsoft® Windows Server® 2012 R2 64-bit Edition operating system
●● Microsoft® Windows Server® 2012 64-bit Edition operating system
Windows Server 2012 *
●● Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008 R2 64-bit Edition operating system
●● Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008 64-bit Edition operating system
version) *
●● Microsoft® Windows® 10 operating system
Windows Server 2012 R2 *
Windows Server 2008 R2 *
Windows Server 2008 (64bit
Windows 10 *
●● Microsoft® Windows® 8.1 operating system
Windows 8.1 *
●● Microsoft® Windows® 8 operating system
Windows 8 *
●● Microsoft® Windows® 7 operating system
Windows 7 *
●● Microsoft® Windows Vista® operating system
Windows Vista *
●● Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008 operating system
Windows Server 2008 *
●● Generic name for Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows Server 2012, Windows 7,
Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008
Windows
* I f there is no special description, 64bit version is included in Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8,
Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008. (64bit version and Windows Server 2008 R2
is included in Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2012 R2 is included in Windows Server 2012.)
If there is no special description, Windows 7 is used as Windows, Mac OS X 10.11 is used as Mac OS X,
and C833dn is used as the printer for examples in this document.
”WordPad” for Windows and “TextEdit” for Mac OS X are used as examples. The screens and steps may
vary depending on the application.
Depending on your OS, model or version, the description on this document may be different.
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Contents
About This Manual....................................................................................2
Terms in this document.............................................................................................. 2
Symbols in this document........................................................................................... 2
Notation used in this manual....................................................................................... 3
1. Convenient Print Functions................................................... 7
Description of Print Functions...................................................................................... 7
Printing on Envelopes............................................................................................... 14
Printing on Labels.................................................................................................... 15
Printing on Custom Size Paper................................................................................... 17
Manual Printing....................................................................................................... 19
Combining Multiple Pages Onto One Sheet of Paper (Multiple page printing).................... 20
Duplex Printing........................................................................................................ 21
Scaling to Pages...................................................................................................... 22
Collating Pages........................................................................................................ 23
Setting the Page Order............................................................................................. 24
Booklet Printing....................................................................................................... 24
Cover Printing......................................................................................................... 25
Poster Printing......................................................................................................... 26
Changing Print Quality (Resolution)............................................................................ 26
Enhancing Photos.................................................................................................... 27
Printing Color Data in Grayscale................................................................................. 27
Emphasizing Fine Lines............................................................................................. 28
Auto Tray Selection.................................................................................................. 29
Auto Tray Switching................................................................................................. 30
Saving Toner........................................................................................................... 31
Secure Printing (Private Print)................................................................................... 32
Watermark Printing.................................................................................................. 34
Overlay Printing....................................................................................................... 34
Storing Print Data.................................................................................................... 35
Saving the Driver Settings........................................................................................ 36
Changing the Driver's Default Settings........................................................................ 37
Using Printer Fonts................................................................................................... 37
Using Computer Fonts.............................................................................................. 38
Using a Print Buffer.................................................................................................. 39
Changing the Mono-Print Mode.................................................................................. 39
Printing to File......................................................................................................... 40
Downloading PS Files............................................................................................... 40
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Contents
Printing Out PS Errors.............................................................................................. 41
Changing Emulation Mode......................................................................................... 41
2. Adjusting Color................................................................... 42
Adjusting Color on the Control Panel......................................................... 42
Adjusting Color Registration...................................................................................... 42
Adjusting the Density............................................................................................... 42
Adjusting the Color Balance (Density)......................................................................... 43
Adjusting Color on the Computer............................................................. 44
Color Matching (Automatic)....................................................................................... 44
Color Matching (Office Color)..................................................................................... 45
Color Matching (Graphic Pro)..................................................................................... 45
Color Matching (No Color Matching)........................................................................... 46
Changing Black Finish............................................................................................... 46
Eliminating White Gap Between Text and Background (Overprinting black)...................... 47
Simulating Printing Results for Ink ............................................................................ 48
Color Separation...................................................................................................... 49
Adjusting Color with Color Correct Utility................................................... 50
Changing Palette Color............................................................................................. 50
Changing Gamma Value or Hue................................................................................. 51
Printing in Adjusted Color Settings............................................................................. 52
Saving Color Correction Settings................................................................................ 53
Importing Color Correction Settings........................................................................... 53
Deleting Color Correction Settings.............................................................................. 54
Setting Color with Color Swatch Utility...................................................... 55
Printing Color Swatch............................................................................................... 55
Printing a File With the Color You Want....................................................................... 55
Adjusting Color with PS Gamma Adjuster Utility......................................... 56
Registering Half-tone................................................................................................ 56
Printing a File with the Adjusted Gamma Curve............................................................ 57
3. Changing Printer Settings................................................... 58
Checking the Current Settings................................................................. 58
Printing Out Print Information.................................................................................... 58
Changing the Equipment Settings............................................................. 59
Admin Setup........................................................................................................... 59
Print Statistics......................................................................................................... 59
Boot Menu.............................................................................................................. 60
Other Settings......................................................................................................... 60
List of Each Setup Menu........................................................................................... 61
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Contents
4. Using Utility Software......................................................... 78
Overview of Utilities............................................................................... 78
Installing Utilities................................................................................... 80
Utilities common to Windows/Mac OS X.................................................... 81
Web page............................................................................................................... 81
Windows Utilities................................................................................... 83
Configuration Tool.................................................................................................... 83
PDF Print Direct....................................................................................................... 86
OKI LPR Utility........................................................................................................ 87
Network Extension................................................................................................... 89
TELNET.................................................................................................................. 90
Mac OS X Utilities................................................................................... 91
Network Card Setup................................................................................................. 91
5. Network Settings................................................................ 92
Network Setting Items............................................................................ 92
Changing Network Settings From the Web Page......................................... 92
Informing the End of Consumable Life and Errors by E-mail (E-mail Alert)....................... 92
Controlling Access Using IP Address (IP Filtering)......................................................... 93
Controlling Access Using MAC Address (MAC Address Filtering)...................................... 94
Printing Without Printer Driver (Direct Print)................................................................ 94
Encrypting Communication by SSL/TLS....................................................................... 95
Encrypting Communication by IPSec........................................................................... 97
Using SNMPv3........................................................................................................100
Using IPv6.............................................................................................................100
Using IEEE802.1X...................................................................................................101
Other Operations................................................................................. 103
Initializing Network Settings.....................................................................................103
6.Troubleshooting................................................................ 104
Initializing........................................................................................... 104
Initializing an SD memory card.................................................................................104
Initializing Flash Memory.........................................................................................105
Resetting the Printer Settings...................................................................................106
Deleting or Updating the Printer Drivers.................................................. 107
Deleting a Printer Driver..........................................................................................107
Updating a Printer Driver.........................................................................................108
Index..................................................................................... 109
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1.Convenient Print Functions
1
Description of Print Functions
1. Convenient Print Functions
This chapter explains advanced printing operations.
[Job Options] tab
PCL and PS are the 2 printer drivers for Windows
and Mac OS X.
Print functions vary depending on driver.
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
[Setup] tab
Item
Driver Setting
Preview
Saves settings that are made in
driver.
Display print image.
Quality
Controls the printer resolution.
Scale
Job Type
Sets a rate to enlarge or
reduce your printed image.
Enters the number of copies
to be printed.
Selects a job type.
Advanced
Sets the advanced settings.
Default
Returns the printer driver
settings to the default values
for this tab only.
Copies
Item
Driver Setting
Preview
Size
Source
Type/Weight
Finishing Mode
Orientation
Color Setting
Toner Saving
About
Default
Description
Saves settings that are made
in driver.
Display print image.
Selects paper size for your
document.
Selects a paper tray.
Description
[Extend] tab
Selects the weight and the
type of paper you want to
use.
This contains options for
booklet and poster printing
and is used to control layout
of your document on the
paper.
Selects the document
orientation.
Switches between color
printing and monochrome
printing.
Saves toner by lowering the
print density and prints.
Displays the printer driver
version.
Returns the printer driver
settings to the default values
for this tab only.
Item
Driver Setting
Description
Preview
Saves settings that are made in
driver.
Display print image.
Watermarks
Sets the Watermarks printing.
Overlays
Sets the Overlays printing.
Fonts
Makes setting related to True
Type fonts and printer fonts.
User Authentication Specifies the user
authentication.
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For Windows PS Printer Driver
[Job Options] tab
[Layout] tab
1. Convenient Print Functions
Item
Item
Orientation
Description
Preview
Selects the document
orientation.
Specifies this setting when
you want to perform duplex
printing.
Selects the page order of
document.
Sets the booklet printing and
the number of pages to be
printed on one sheet of paper.
Display print image.
Advanced
Sets the advanced settings.
Print on Both Side
Page Order
Page Format
Description
Quality
Controls the print resolution.
Job Type
Watermarks
Selects a job type and the
number of copies to be printed.
If you select the [Resize
document to fit printer
page] check box, a document
is printed on paper of a different
size from that of the document.
Sets the Watermarks printing.
Overlays
Sets the Overlays printing.
Advanced
Sets the advanced settings.
Fit to Page
User Authentication Specifies the user
authentication.
About
Displays the printer driver
version.
Default
Returns the printer driver
settings to the default values
for this tab only.
[Paper/Quality] tab
[Color] tab
Item
Description
Tray Selection
Selects a paper tray.
Color
Switches between color printing
and monochrome printing.
Sets the advanced settings.
Advanced
Item
Color Mode
Toner Saving
Advanced
Color Swatch...
Default
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Description
Adjusts the color settings for
color printing.
Saves toner by lowering the
print density and prints.
Sets the advanced settings.
Launch the Color Swatch
Utility.
Returns the printer driver
settings to the default values
for this tab only.

For Mac OS X PS Printer Driver
[Paper Handling] panel
1
[Layout] panel
Pages to Print
Item
Pages per Sheet
Layout Direction
Border
Two-Sided
Reverse page
orientation
Flip horizontally
Page Order
Description
Scale to fit paper
size
Selects the number of copies
to be printed.
Selects the layout when
printing multiple pages on
one sheet of paper.
Selects the border when
printing multiple pages on
one sheet of paper.
Selects this option for duplex
printing.
Selects this option when you
want to reverse the page
orientation.
Selects this option when
you want to flip the pages
horizontally.
Destination Paper
Size
Scale down only
Description
Selects the pages to be
printed.
Selects the order of the
pages to be printed.
Selects this option when
printing to fit the paper size.
Depending on the setting,
the print image may not be
printed correctly.
Selects this option when you
want to enlarge or reduce the
image size to fit output paper
size.
Selects this option when you
want to reduce the image
size to fit output paper size.
[Paper Feed] panel
[Color Matching] panel
Item
All pages From
Item
Description
ColorSync
Sets the ColorSync functions.
In printer
Performs the color matching
with the printer.
Selects the profile.
Profile
First Page From
Remaining From
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Description
Selects a paper tray.
If you choose [Auto Select],
the printer automatically
chooses a tray in the printer
that contains the correct size
of paper.
Selects this option when you
want to print the first page
from the specified tray.
Selects this option when you
want to print the remaining
pages from the specified tray.
1. Convenient Print Functions
Item

1
[Cover Page] panel
1. Convenient Print Functions
Item
[Print Options] panel
Description
Print Cover Page
Sets the cover printing.
Cover Page Type
Sets the character string for
cover printing.
Print Options
[Color] panel
Items Setup
Specifies alignment to the
items that have been set
such as print quality, paper
type, etc.
Specifies the setup items
conforming to the print setup
tab.
[User Authentication] panel
Item
Grayscale
Color
Description
Specifies to use monochrome
printing.
Adjusts the color settings for
color printing.
Item
Use User
Authentication
User Name
Password
Authentication
Type
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Description
Select this check box if you
set user authentication when
printing.
The user name for user
authentication.
The password for user
authentication.
Specify an authentication type
to be used.

For Mac OS X PCL Driver
[Secure Print] panel
[Layout] panel
Job Type
Job Type Option
Description
Specifies the job type. [Job
Type Option] can be used if
[Secure as Shared Job] or
[Private Print] is selected.
Item
Pages per Sheet
Specify a job name to be
displayed on the operator
panel and password required
when printing.
Layout Direction
Border
[Supply Levels] panel
Two-Sided
Reverse page
orientation
Flip horizontally
Item
Consumables
Description
Displays the usage status of
consumables.
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Description
Selects the number of copies
to be printed.
Selects the layout when
printing multiple pages on
one sheet of paper.
Selects the border when
printing multiple pages on
one sheet of paper.
Selects this option for duplex
printing.
Selects this option when you
want to reverse the page
orientation.
Selects this option when
you want to flip the pages
horizontally.
1. Convenient Print Functions
Item
1

1
[Paper Handling] panel
1. Convenient Print Functions
Item
Pages to Print
Page Order
Scale to fit paper
size
Destination Paper
Size
Scale down only
[Setup] Panel
Description
Selects the pages to be
printed.
Selects the order of the
pages to be printed.
Selects this option when
printing to fit the paper size.
Depending on the setting,
the print image may not be
printed correctly.
Selects this option when you
want to enlarge or reduce the
image size to fit output paper
size.
Selects this option when you
want to reduce the image
size to fit output paper size.
Item
Paper Source
Duplex
Specifies the print quality, etc.
Description
Print Cover Page
Sets the cover printing.
Cover Page Type
Sets the character string for
cover printing.
Specifies the paper feed,
type, weight, or other
settings.
Specifies this setting when
you want to perform duplex
printing.
[Job Options] panel
[Cover Page] panel
Item
Description
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[Supply Levels] panel
[Color] panel
1
Specifies the print quality, etc.
Consumables
Item
Color Mode
Toner save
Description
Specifies alignment to color
mode when printing in color.
Specifies the toner saving.
[User Authentication] panel
Item
Use User
Authentication
User Name
Password
Authentication
Type
Description
Select this check box if you
set user authentication when
printing.
The user name for user
authentication.
The password for user
authentication.
Specify an authentication type
to be used.
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Description
Displays the usage status of
consumables.
1. Convenient Print Functions
Item

1
7 Open the file you want to print on the
Printing on Envelopes
computer.
1. Convenient Print Functions
You can print on envelopes by changing the
paper size setting and using the MP tray and the
face up stacker.
8 Configure the paper size, paper source
Set the paper size of MP tray on the operator
panel, and then make print settings including
paper size and paper tray with the printer driver.
Note
●● Warping or creasing may appear after printing. Make sure
that there is no problem by test printing.
●● Envelopes should be loaded with the address side up.
--Com-10, DL, and C5 envelopes should be loaded so
that the flap is on the top side in the feeding direction.
--C4 envelope should be loaded so that the flap is on the
right side in the feeding direction.
and orientation in the printer driver and
then start printing.
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
1 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
2 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
3 On the [Setup] tab, select [Envelope*]
from [Size].
* Select a type of envelope.
4 Select [Multipurpose Tray] from
[Source].
5 Select orientation at [Orientation].
-- Select [Portrait] for side-opening
envelopes.
Com-10, DL, C5
-- Select [Landscape] for top-opening
envelopes.
C4
6 Configure other settings if necessary and
Memo
then start printing.
●● Do not select duplex printing on envelopes.
Reference
●● For envelopes that can be used, refer to the User’s Manual
(Setup).
●● Manual printing is also available for printing on envelopes.
For details on manual printing, refer to "Manual Printing"
P.19.
For Windows PS Printer Driver
1 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
2 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
3 On the [Layout] tab, select orientation
1 Load paper on the MP tray.
from [Orientation].
Reference
-- Select [Portrait] for side-opening
envelopes.
●● Refer to “Loading Paper” in the User’s Manual
(Setup).
2 Open the face up stacker at the rear of
-- Select [Landscape] for top-opening
envelopes. Click [Advanced] and select
[Rotate] for [Page Rotate] on the
advanced option screen.
the printer.
3 Press the <Fn> key on the operator
panel.
4 Select [Multi-Purpose Tray] from
4 Press the <9> and <0> on the numeric
[Paper Source] on the [Paper/
Quality] tab.
keypad and then press the <ENTER>
button.
5 Click [Advanced].
5 Press the scroll button
to select
[Envelope*] and then press the
<ENTER> button.
6 Click [Paper Size] and select
[Envelope*] from the drop-down list.
*Select a type of envelope.
* Select a type of envelope.
6 Press the <ON LINE> button to exit the
menu mode.
7 Click [OK].
8 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
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For Mac OS X PS Printer Driver
Printing on Labels
1 From the [File] menu, select [Page
2 Select [Envelope*] from [Paper Size].
Set the paper size and type for MP tray on
the operator panel. Then, make print settings
including paper size and paper tray with the
printer driver.
* Select a type of envelope.
3 Select orientation from [Orientation]
and then click [OK].
-- Select [Portrait] for side-opening
envelopes, and the check box of [180°]
in the [Job Options] function set on the
[Printer Features] panel.
Memo
●● Do not select duplex printing for labels.
Reference
●● For available labels, refer to the User’s Manual (Setup).
-- Select [Landscape] for top-opening
envelopes.
●● Manual printing is also available for printing on labels.
For details on manual printing, refer to "Manual Printing"
P.19.
4 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
1 Load paper on the MP tray.
5 Select [Paper Feed] from the panel
Reference
menu.
●● Refer to “Loading Paper” in the User’s Manual
(Setup).
6 Select [Multi-Purpose Tray] for [All
Pages From].
7 Configure other settings if necessary and
2 Open the faceup stacker at the rear of
the printer.
then start printing.
Memo
●● If always printing on labels from the MP tray, register
the paper on the operator panel. If printing once,
proceed to the printing procedures through the
printer driver.
Memo
●● If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box,
click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
For Mac OS X PCL Printer Driver
3 Press the <Fn> key.
4 Press the <9> and <0> on the numeric
1 From the [File] menu, select [Page
keypad and then press the <ENTER>
button.
Setup].
2 Select [Envelope*] from [Paper Size].
5 Press the scroll button
to select
[A4] or [Letter] and then press the
<ENTER> button.
* Select a type of envelope.
3 Select orientation from [Orientation]
and then click [OK].
6 Press the <BACK> button and make
sure that [MPTray Config] is displayed.
-- Select [Portrait] for side-opening
envelopes.
7 Press the scroll button
to select
[Media Type] and then press the
<ENTER> button.
-- Select [Landscape] for top-opening
envelopes.
4 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
8 Press the scroll button
to select the
[Labels] and then press the <ENTER>
button.
5 Select [Setup] from the panel menu.
6 Select [Multipurpose Tray] from
9 Press the <ON LINE> button to exit the
[Paper Source].
menu mode.
7 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
Memo
●● If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box,
click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
10 Open the file you want to print on the
computer.
11 Configure the paper size and tray on the
printer driver.
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1. Convenient Print Functions
You can print on labels by changing the media
type setting and using the MP tray and the
faceup stacker.
Setup].
1

1
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
For Mac OS X PCL Printer Driver
1 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
1 From the [File] menu, select [Page
1. Convenient Print Functions
Setup].
2 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
2 Select [A4] or [Letter] from [Paper
3 On the [Setup] tab, select [A4 210 x
Size].
297mm] or [Letter 8.5 x 11in] from
[Size].
3 Select [Print] from [File] menu.
4 Select [Multipurpose Tray] from
4 Select [Setup] from the panel menu.
[Source].
5 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
5 Select [Multipurpose Tray] from
[Paper Source].
6 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
For Windows PS Printer Driver
Memo
●● If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box,
click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
1 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
2 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
3 Select [Multi-Purpose Tray] from
[Paper Source].
4 Click [Advanced].
5 Click [Paper Size] and then select [A4]
or [Letter] from the drop-down list.
6 Click [OK].
7 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
For Mac OS X PS Printer Driver
1 From the [File] menu, select
[Page Setup].
2 Select [A4] or [Letter] from
[Paper Size].
3 Select [Print] from [File] menu.
4 Select [Feed Paper] from the panel
menu.
5 Select [All pages From] and then select
[Multi Purpose Tray].
6 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
Memo
●● If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box,
click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
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Tray
Printing on Custom Size Paper
MP tray
●● Settable custom size range
Note
●● You can configure the [Custom] setting only when
[Paper Size] is set to [Custom].
Width: 64 to 297 mm
Length: 90 to 1320.8 mm
●● The available size range for duplex printing is the same as
that for tray 2.
Paper sizes that can be fed differ depending on
the tray.
1 Press the scroll button
or the
<ENTER> button on the operator panel.
Note
●● Register the paper size as portrait, and load paper in
portrait orientation.
2 Press the scroll button
several times
to select [Menus] and press the
<ENTER> button.
●● For banner media that is over 432 mm long, use the
faceup stacker.
●● This function may not be available in some applications.
●● If paper length exceeds 432 mm, we do not guarantee
print quality.
3 Check that [Tray Configuration]
is selected and press the <ENTER>
button.
●● If paper is so long that it exceeds the paper supports of
the MP tray, support it by hand.
●● When using tray 1 or tray 2/3/4, select the <ENTER>
button on the operator panel > [Menus] > [Tray
Configuration] > [Using Tray Config] > [Paper Size] >
[Custom] before doing the following procedure.
●● If images are not correctly printed on large size paper,
selecting [Standard (600x600dpi)] for [Print Quality],
image in the PS printer driver may allow for correct
printing.
●● Use of paper with a width of less than 100 mm is not
recommended. Doing so may cause paper jams.
●● For details on the paper sizes that can be fed on each tray
or used for duplex printing, refer to the User’s Manual
(Setup).
„„ Specifying Custom Sizes
To load custom size paper, you need to register
the width and length of the paper before
printing. The range of the sizes you can set
differs according to the paper tray.
Tray
Tray1
Tray2/3/4
(Option)
Available size range
Width:
105 to 297 mm (4.1 to 11.7 inches)
Length:
148, 182 to 431 mm (5.8, 7.2 to
17.0 inches)
Width:
148 to 297 mm (5.8 to 11.7 inches)
Length:
182 to 431 mm (7.2 to 17.0 inches)
4 Press the scroll button
several times
to select [Tray Config] of the paper
tray in which you loaded paper and then
press the <ENTER> button.
5 Check that [Paper Size] is selected and
press the <ENTER> button.
Reference
●● The [Auto Tray Change] is enabled by default. When
the tray runs out of paper during printing, the printer
automatically begins feeding paper from that tray. If you
want to feed custom paper only from a particular tray,
disable auto tray switching. For auto tray change, refer to
"Auto Tray Switching" P.30.
Width:
64 to 297 mm (2.5 to 11.7 inches)
Length:
90 to 1321 mm (3.5 to 52.0 inches)
6 Press the scroll button
several times
to select [Custom] and then press the
<ENTER> button.
7 Press the <BACK> button.
8 Press the scroll button
to select
[X Dimension] and then press the
<ENTER> button.
9 Enter the paper width value using the
numeric keypad and then press the
<ENTER> button.
10 Press the <BACK> button.
11 Press the scroll button
to select
[Y Dimension] and then press the
<ENTER> button.
12 Enter the paper length value using the
numeric keypad and then press the
<ENTER> button.
13 Press the <ON LINE> button to exit the
menu mode.
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1. Convenient Print Functions
You can register a customized paper size on the
printer driver so you can print on nonstandard
paper such as banners.
Available size range

1
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
5 Enter the dimensions in the [Width] and
[Height] boxes, and press [OK].
1 Click [Start] and select [Devices and
Note
1. Convenient Print Functions
Printers].
2 Right-click the Your Printer icon and
select the type of driver you want to
specify from [Printing preferences].
●● [Offsets Relative to Paper Feed Direction] is not
available.
6 Press [OK] until the [Printing
preferences] dialog box is closed.
3 On the [Setup] tab, click [Paper Feed
7 Open the file you want to print from the
4 Click [Custom Size].
8 In the printer driver, select [PostScript
application.
Options].
Custom Page Size] for the paper size
and start printing.
5 Enter a name and the dimensions.
Reference
a Enter a name for the new size in the
●● For how to specify paper in the printer driver, refer to the
User’s Manual (Setup).
b Enter its dimensions in the [Width]
For Mac OS X Printer Driver
[Name] box.
and [Length] boxes.
6 Click [Add] to save the custom paper
size to the list and then click [OK].
You can save up to 32 custom sizes.
7 Press [OK] until the [Printing
preferences] dialog box is closed.
8 Open the file you want to print.
9 Select the registered paper size in the
printer driver, and start printing on the
print dialog.
Note
●● In the Mac OS X printer driver, paper size out of the
available range can be set. However, the image will not be
printed correctly, so set paper size within available range.
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Page
Setup].
3 Select [Manage Custom Sizes] from
[Paper Size].
4 Click [+] to add an item to the list of
custom paper sizes.
Reference
●● For how to specify paper in the printer driver, refer to the
User’s Manual (Setup).
For Windows PS Printer Driver
1 Click [Start] and select [Devices and
Printers].
2 Right-click the Your Printer icon and
select the type of driver you want to
specify from [Printing preferences].
3 On the [Layout] tab, click [Advanced].
5 Double-click [Untitled] and enter a
name for the custom paper size.
6 Enter the dimensions in the [Width] and
[Height] boxes.
7 Click [OK].
8 Click [OK].
9 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
10 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
4 Click [Paper Size] and select
[PostScript Custom Page Size] from
the drop-down list.
Memo
●● If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box,
click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
Reference
●● For how to specify paper in the printer driver, refer to the
User’s Manual (Setup).
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9 If a request message appears on the
Manual Printing
1 Load paper on the MP tray.
If you print a multi-page document, the same
message appears every time a page is printed.
For Mac OS X PS Printer Driver
1 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
2 Select [Paper Feed] from the panel
Reference
menu.
●● Refer to “Loading Paper” in the User’s Manual (Setup).
3 Select [All pages From] and then select
2 Open the file you want to print.
3 Configure the manual printing settings in
the printer driver, and start printing.
[Multi Purpose Tray].
4 Select [Printer Options] from the panel
menu.
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
5 Select [Multipurpose tray is handled
as manual feed] check box in the
[Feed] tab.
1 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
2 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
6 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
3 On the [Setup] tab, select
[Multipurpose Tray] from [Source].
7 When a request message appears on the
operator panel for loading paper on the
MP tray, press the <ON LINE> button.
4 Click [Paper Feed Options].
5 Select the [Use MP tray as manual
If you print a multi-page document, the same
message appears every time a page is printed.
feed] check box, and then click [OK].
6 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
7 When a request message appears on the
operator panel for loading paper on the
MP tray, press the <ON LINE> button.
Memo
●● If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box,
click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
For Mac OS X
1 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
If you print a multi-page document, the same
message appears every time a page is printed.
2 Select [Setup] from the panel menu.
For Windows PS Printer Driver
3 Select [Multipurpose Tray] from
1 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
4 Click [Printer Options].
[Paper Source].
2 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
5 Select [Use MP tray as manual feed]
check box.
3 Select the [Paper/Quality] tab.
4 Select [Multi-Purpose Tray] from
6 Configure other settings if necessary and
5 Click [Advanced].
7 When a request message appears on the
then start printing.
[Paper Source].
operator panel for loading paper on the
MP tray, press the <ON LINE> button.
6 Click [Multipurpose tray is handled
as manual feed] and select [Yes] from
the drop-down list.
If you print a multi-page document, the same
message appears every time a page is printed.
7 Click [OK].
Memo
8 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing on the print dialog.
●● If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box,
click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
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1. Convenient Print Functions
You can print a document feeding paper
manually on the MP tray. The printer prints on
a sheet of paper at a time. Every time a page is
printed, the message “Install Paper MPTray
Paper Size Press ONLINE Button” appears.
Press the [ON LINE] button to continue to print.
operator panel for loading paper on the
MP tray, press the <ON LINE> button.

1
Combining Multiple Pages Onto One
Sheet of Paper (Multiple page printing)
5 Specify the following settings.
1. Convenient Print Functions
-- Select the [Draw Borders]
check box to draw borders between pages
on each sheet.
You can print multiple pages of a document onto
a single side of a sheet of paper.
-- Select [Advanced] > [Page per Sheet
Layout] to set the layout of pages on
each sheet.
Note
●● [Draw Borders] and [Page per Sheet Layout] are
not available with Windows Server 2003, Windows
XP, and Windows 2000.
6 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
For Mac OS X Printer Driver
Note
●● This function scales down the page size of your document
for printing. The center of the printed image may not be
in the center of the paper.
1 Open the file you want to print.
●● This function may not be available in some applications.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
3 Select [Layout] from the panel menu.
1 Open the file you want to print.
4 Select the number of pages to print on
each sheet from [Pages per Sheet].
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
5 Specify the settings for [Border] and
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
[Layout Direction].
4 On the [Setup] tab, select the number
6 Configure other settings if necessary and
of pages to print on each sheet at
[Finishing Mode].
then start printing.
Memo
5 Click [Options].
●● If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box,
click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
6 Specify the settings for [Pages per
sheet], [Page Borders], [Page
layout] and [Bind Margin], and then
click [OK].
7 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
For Windows PS Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 On the [Layout] tab, select the number
of pages to print on each sheet from
[Pages per Sheet].
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For Mac OS X PS Printer Driver
Duplex Printing
1 Open the file you want to print.
●● Paper size that can be used for duplex printing
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
A3, A4, A5, B4, B5, Letter, Legal 13, Legal 13.5,
Legal 14, Executive, Tabloid, 8K (260x368 mm,
270x390 mm, 273x394 mm), 16K (197x273 mm,
195x270 mm, 184x260 mm), Custom size
A6 can not be used for duplex printing.
3 Select [Layout] from the panel menu.
4 Select [Long-Edge binding] or [ShortEdge binding] from [Two-Sided] on
the [Layout] panel.
●● Media weight that can be used for duplex
printing
5 Configure other settings if necessary and
64 to 220 g/m2
then start printing.
Do not use media weight other than the above.
Doing so causes paper jams.
Memo
●● If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box,
click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
Note
●● This function may not be available in some applications.
For Mac OS X
Memo
●● The width and length of custom sizes that can be used for
duplex printing are as follows.
--Width: 148 to 297 mm (5.8 to 11.7 inch)
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
--Length: 182 to 431.8 mm (7.2 to 17.0 inch)
3 Select [Setup] from the panel menu.
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
4 Select [Long-Edge binding] or [Short-
1 Open the file you want to print.
Edge binding] from [Duplex] on the
[Setup] panel.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
5 Configure other settings if necessary and
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
then start printing.
4 On the [Setup] tab, select [Long
Memo
●● If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box,
click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
Edge] or [Short Edge] from [2-Sided
Printing].
5 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
For Windows PS Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 On the [Layout] tab, select [Flip on
Long Edge] or [Flip on Short Edge]
from [Print on Both Sides].
5 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
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1. Convenient Print Functions
You can print on both sides of a sheet of paper.
1

1
For Mac OS X Printer Driver
Scaling to Pages
1 Open the file you want to print.
1. Convenient Print Functions
You can print data formatted for one size page
onto a different size page without modifying the
print data.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Select [Paper Handling] from the panel
menu.
4 Select the [Scale to fit paper size]
check box.
5 Select the paper size you want to use
from [Destination Paper Size].
Note
●● This function may not be available in some applications.
6 Configure other settings if necessary and
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
then start printing.
Memo
1 Open the file you want to print.
●● If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box,
click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 On the [Setup] tab, select the [Resize
document to fit printer page] check
box.
5 Select a scaling value from the dropdown list.
6 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
For Windows PS Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 On the [Job Options] tab, click [Paper
Feed Options].
5 Select the [Resize document to
fit printer page] check box in [Job
Options] tab.
6 Select the paper size and click [OK].
7 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
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5 Select [Print Options] from the panel
Collating Pages
menu.
6 Select [Paper] tab.
7 Select the check box of [Collate].
Note
●● This function may not be available in some applications.
8 Configure other settings if necessary and
●● Turn off the page collating mode in the application when
you use this function with the Windows PS printer driver.
then start printing.
Memo
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
●● If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box,
click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
1 Open the file you want to print.
●● Select the [Collated pages] box to print without using
the printer memory.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 Select the [Job Options] tab.
5 Select the number of copies to print
from the [Copies], and select the
[Collate] check box.
6 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
For Windows PS Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 Select the [Job Options] tab.
5 Select the number of copies to print
from the [Copies], and select the
[Collate] check box.
6 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
For Mac OS X Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Select [Paper Handling] from the panel
menu.
4 Uncheck the [Collated pages] check
box and enter the number of copies to
print in [Copies].
For PCL drivers, proceed to Step 8.
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1. Convenient Print Functions
You can print copies of multiple sets of a
multipage document.
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1
Setting the Page Order
Booklet Printing
1. Convenient Print Functions
You can set whether pages are printed in
forward or reverse order to suit your needs.
You can print multipage documents with their
pages ordered and arranged so that the final
printed output can be folded into a booklet.
If using a face down stacker, set the printing to
run in forward order to stack the paper in the
order of the pages.
If using a face up stacker, set the printing to run
in the reverse order to stack the paper in the
order of the pages.
Note
●● Reverse order is not available with the Windows PCL
printer driver.
●● If the face up stacker is not opened, pages are output on
the face down stacker.
Note
●● This function may not be available in some applications.
For Windows PS Printer Driver
●● This function is not available with the Mac OS X printer
driver.
●● Watermarks are not printed properly with this function.
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
●● This function is invalid when you use the encrypted secure
printing mode from a client computer sharing the printer
with a print server.
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
4 On the [Layout] tab, select [Front to
1 Open the file you want to print.
Back] or [Back to Front] from [Page
Order].
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
5 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 On the [Setup] tab, select [Booklet] at
Memo
[Finishing Mode].
●● If [Page Order] does not appear, click [Start] >
[Devices and Printers] > right-click the Your Printer
icon > select [Properties] > [Your Printer(PS) ] >
[Advanced] > [Enable advanced printing features].
5 Click [Options] and then set the booklet
printing options if necessary.
For Mac OS X Printer Driver
-- [Signature]: Specify the number of pages
per side of each sheet of paper.
1 Open the file you want to print.
-- [Right to Left]: Print the booklet for
binding on the right.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Select [Paper Handling] from the panel
menu.
6 Click [OK].
7 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
4 Select [Normal] or [Reverse] from
[Page Order] on the [Paper Handling]
panel.
5 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
Memo
●● When you want to make an A5 booklet using A4 sheets,
select [A4] for the paper size.
●● When you cannot select this function, click [Start] >
[Devices and Printers] > right-click the Your Printer
icon > select [Properties] > [Your Printer (PCL) ] >
[Advanced] > [Print Processor] > [OPLAPP3] > [OK].
Memo
●● If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box,
click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
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For Windows PS Printer Driver
Cover Printing
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
Note
4 On the [Layout] tab, select [Booklet]
●● This function is not available with the Windows PS printer
driver and Mac OSX PCL printer driver.
at [Page Format].
If you want to print boarder lines, select the
[Draw Borders] check box to draw borders.
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
5 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
Memo
●● When you want to make an A5 booklet using A4 sheets,
select [A4] for the paper size.
●● When making a booklet whose right side is bound (The
right side is bound when the first page is the front), click
[Advanced] on the [Layout] tab and select [On Right
Edge] for [Booklet Binding Edge].
[Booklet Binding Edge] can not be used in Windows XP/
Windows Server 2003/ Windows 2000.
●● If you cannot use this function, click [Start] > [Devices
and Printers] > right-click the Your Printer icon > select
[Properties] > [Your Printer(PS)] > [Advanced] > select
the [Enable advanced printing features] check box.
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 On the [Setup] tab, click [Paper Feed
Options].
5 Select the [Use different source for
first page] check box.
6 Select a source tray from [Source] and
click [OK].
If necessary, select a paper weight from the
[Weight] drop-down list.
7 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
For Mac OS X PS Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Select [Paper Feed] from the panel
menu.
4 Select [First Page From] and select
source trays for the first page and the
remaining pages.
5 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
Memo
●● If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box,
click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
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1. Convenient Print Functions
You can feed the first page of a print job from
one tray and the remaining pages from another
tray. This function is useful when you want to
use one kind of paper for a cover and another
for body pages.
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Poster Printing
1. Convenient Print Functions
You can print a poster by dividing a single
document into parts and printing it onto multiple
sheets of paper. Each part is enlarged and
printed on separate sheets of paper. You can
then combine the separate sheets to create a
poster.
Changing Print Quality
(Resolution)
You can change the print quality to suit your
needs.
Memo
●● [Normal (600x600)] may produce better results for
printing on a larger size of paper with the PS printer
driver.
For Windows Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 Select the [Job Options] tab.
Note
●● This function is not available with the Windows PS printer
driver and the Mac OS X printer driver.
5 Select a print quality level at [Quality].
●● This function is not available when you use a NetBEUI or
IPP network.
6 Configure other settings if necessary and
●● This function is invalid when you use the encrypted secure
printing mode from a client computer sharing the printer
with a print server.
For Mac OS X PS Printer Driver
Memo
then start printing.
●● When making an A3 size poster using two A4 size papers,
select [A4] for the paper size and [2] in [Enlarge]
respectively.
1 Open the file you want to print.
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
3 Select [Print Options] from the panel
1 Open the file you want to print.
4 Select a desired value from [Quality] in
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
menu.
the [Quality 1] tab.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
5 Configure other settings if necessary and
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
then start printing.
Memo
4 On the [Setup] tab, select [Poster
●● If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box,
click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
Print] at [Finishing Mode].
5 Click [Options].
For Mac OS X PCL Printer Driver
6 Set values for [Enlarge], [Add
1 Open the file you want to print.
Registration Marks], or [Add
Overlap] if necessary and press [OK].
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
7 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
3 Select [Job Options] from the panel
menu.
4 Select a print quality level from [Print
Memo
●● If you cannot select this function, click [Start] > [Devices
and Printers] > right-click the Your Printer icon >
select [Printer properties] > [Your Printer (PCL) ] >
[Advanced] > [Print Processor] > [OPLAPP3] > [OK].
Quality].
5 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
Memo
●● If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box,
click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
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Enhancing Photos
Printing Color Data in
Grayscale
You can print photographs more vividly.
●● This function is not available with the Windows PS printer
driver and the Mac OS PS printer driver.
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 On the [Setup] tab, select
[Monochrome].
4 Select the [Job Options] tab.
5 Click [OK].
5 Select the [Photo Enhance] check box.
6 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
For Mac OS X PCL Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
2 Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
3 Select [Job Options] from the panel
menu.
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 Select the [Photo Enhance] check box.
4 Select the [Color] tab and select
5 Configure other settings if necessary and
Memo
●● If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box,
click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
Memo
●● Selecting [Monochrome] on the printer driver enables
you to print a color document in grayscale even when the
cyan, magenta, and yellow toners are empty.
For Windows PS Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
then start printing.
6 Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
[Greyscale].
5 Click [OK].
6 Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
Memo
●● Selecting [Greyscale] on the printer driver enables you
to print a color document in grayscale even when the
cyan, magenta, and yellow toners are empty.
For Mac OS X PS Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Select [Color] from the panel menu.
4 Select [Grayscale].
5 Click [Print].
Memo
●● Selecting [Grayscale] on the printer driver enables you
to print a color document in grayscale even when the
cyan, magenta, and yellow toners are empty.
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1. Convenient Print Functions
You can print color documents in grayscale.
Note
1

1
For Mac OS X PCL Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
1. Convenient Print Functions
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 For Mac OS X 10.3.9, select [Printer
Features] from the panel menu.
4 Select [Color] from the panel menu.
5 Click [Print].
Emphasizing Fine Lines
You can print fine lines and small characters
clearer.
Note
●● This function is not available with the Mac OSX PCL printer
driver.
Memo
●● This function is turned on by default.
●● With some applications, if this function is turned on,
the spaces in bar codes may become too narrow. If this
happens, turn off this function.
Memo
●● Selecting [Grayscale] on the printer driver enables you
to print a color document in grayscale even when the
cyan, magenta, and yellow toners are empty.
●● If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box,
click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 Select the [Job Options] tab.
5 Click the [Advanced].
6 Set the [Adjust ultra fine lines] to
[On] and then click [OK].
7 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
For Windows PS Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 Select the [Job Options] tab.
5 Click the [Advanced].
6 Select the [Adjust ultra fine lines]
check box and then click [OK].
7 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
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For Mac OS X PS Printer Driver
Auto Tray Selection
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
First, set on the operator panel for the MP tray
to be available for auto selection. Then, set the
auto selection of the tray with the printer driver.
3 Select [Printer Features] from the
panel menu.
4 Select [Image Option] from [Feature
Note
Sets].
●● Make sure to set a paper size for Tray1, Tray2/3/4
(option) and MP tray. Available paper size differs
depending on each tray. For details, refer to the User’s
Manual (Setup).
5 Select the [Adjust ultra fine lines]
check box.
Memo
6 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
Memo
●● If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box,
click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
●● In the default settings, the [Tray Usage] is [Do Not
Use]. When at default settings, the MP tray is not
supported by the auto tray switching function.
1 Press the <Fn> key.
Memo
●● When a printer is in the power saving mode, press
the <POWER SAVE> button to restore from the
mode.
2 Press the <9> and <5> on the numeric
keypad and then press the <ENTER>
button.
3 Press the scroll button
to select
[When Mismatching] and then press
the <ENTER> button.
4 Press the <ON LINE> button to exit the
menu mode.
5 Specify a paper tray in the printer driver
and start printing.
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 On the [Setup] tab, select [Auto] from
[Source].
5 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
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1. Convenient Print Functions
You can set in the printer driver to automatically
switch paper feed trays with the same size of
paper loaded.
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For Windows PS Printer Driver
Auto Tray Switching
1. Convenient Print Functions
1 Open the file you want to print.
You can switch paper feed trays automatically.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
When a tray runs out of paper while printing, the
printer locates another tray with the same size
of paper on the printer driver and begins feeding
paper from that tray.
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 Select the [Paper/Quality] tab.
This function is effective for large print jobs of
the same paper size.
5 Select [Automatically Select] from
[Paper Source].
6 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
First, set on the operator panel for the MP tray
to be available for auto selection. Then, set the
auto switching of the tray with the printer driver.
Note
●● Make sure to set the same values (paper size, media type,
media weight) for each tray used for auto tray switching.
Available paper size differs depending on each tray. For
details, refer to the User’s Manual (Setup).
For Mac OS X PS Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
Memo
●● In the default settings, the [Tray Usage] is [Do Not
Use]. When at default settings, the MP tray is not
supported by the auto tray switching function.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Select [Paper Feed] from the panel
1 Press the <Fn> key.
menu.
Memo
4 Select [All pages From] and select
●● When a printer is in the power saving mode, press
the <POWER SAVE> button to restore from the
mode.
[Auto Select].
5 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
2 Press the <9> and <5> on the numeric
keypad and then press the <ENTER>
button.
Memo
●● If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box,
click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
3 Press the scroll button
to select
[When Mismatching] and then press
the <ENTER> button.
For Mac OS X PCL Printer Driver
4 Press the <ON LINE> button to exit the
1 Open the file you want to print.
menu mode.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
5 Configure the paper source setting on
3 For Mac OS X 10.3.9, select [Printer
the print dialog.
Features] from the panel menu.
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
4 Select [Setup] from the panel menu.
5 Select [Auto] from [Paper Source].
1 Open the file you want to print.
6 Configure other settings if necessary and
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
then start printing.
Memo
●● If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box,
click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 On the [Setup] tab, select [Auto] from
[Source]
5 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
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For Windows PS Printer Driver
Saving Toner
You can print your documents using less toner.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
This function controls the amount of toner by
brightening up the whole page image.
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
Memo
●● The density of the printed images with this function may
vary depending on the document being printed.
4 Select [Paper/Quality] tab.
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
5 Select [Automatically Select] from
[Paper Source].
1 Open the file you want to print.
6 Click [OK].
7 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 On the [Setup] tab, select an
For Mac OS X PS Printer Driver
appropriate value from the drop-down
list in [Toner Saving].
1 Open the file you want to print.
5 Configure other settings if necessary and
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
then start printing.
3 Select [Paper Feed] from the panel
For Windows PS Printer Driver
menu.
4 Select [Auto Select] from [All Pages
From].
5 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
For Mac OS X PCL Printer Driver
1
2
3
4
5
Select the [Color] tab.
Select an appropriate value in [Toner
Saving].
For Mac OS X PS Printer Driver
3 Select [Setup] from the panel menu.
1 Open the file you want to print.
4 Click [Printer Options].
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
5 Select [Auto tray switch] check box.
3 Select [Print Options] from the panel
menu.
6 Configure other settings if necessary and
●● If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box,
click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
then start printing.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
then start printing.
From the [File] menu, select [Print].
6 Configure other settings if necessary and
1 Open the file you want to print.
Memo
Open the file you want to print.
4 Select the amount of toner to save from
[Toner Saving] in the [Quality2] tab.
5 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
Memo
●● If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box,
click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
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1. Convenient Print Functions
1 Open the file you want to print.
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For Mac OS X PCL Printer Driver
Secure Printing (Private Print)
1 Open the file you want to print.
1. Convenient Print Functions
With the private print function, you can encrypt
and password-protect private documents or
confidential documents and store to the machine
to prevent other people from seeing them, and
then authenticate on the operator panel before
printing them.
Since the print jobs are encrypted before
sending, you can protect confidential information
from injustice access.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 For Mac OS X 10.3.9, select [Printer
Features] from the panel menu.
4 Select [Color] from the panel menu.
5 Select an appropriate value in [Toner
In order to use this function, the printer must be
equipped with the optional SD memory card kit.
save].
6 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
Memo
●● If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box,
click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
Note
●● If you cannot store the spooled data due to insufficient
free space in the SD memory, a message is displayed to
inform you that the file system is full, and the print job is
not executed.
●● When you use this function, clear the [Job Spool] check
box.
●● This function is not available with the Mac OSX PCL printer
drvier.
●● You cannot use this function with the poster printing mode
and the booklet mode with the Windows PCL printer driver
if you share the printer with a print server.
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 Select the [Job Options] tab.
5 Select [Private Print] from [Job Type].
6 Enter a password in the [Password]
box and configure other options if
necessary.
7 Click [OK].
8 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
The encrypted and password-protected print job
is only sent to this machine, and it is not printed
yet.
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For Windows PS Printer Driver
3 Select the user name of your computer
from user list and then press the
<ENTER> button.
1 Open the file you want to print.
the [Password] box and then press the
<ENTER> button.
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
5 Select the private job you want to print
4 Select the [Job Options] tab.
and press the <ENTER> button.
5 Select [Private Print] from [Job Type].
6 Enter a password in the [Password]
box and configure other options if
necessary.
If you select [Delete], you can cancel the print
job.
6 Enter the number of copies and then
press the <ENTER> button.
Note
7 Click [OK].
8 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
The encrypted and password-protected print job
is only sent to this machine, and it is not printed
yet.
●● The print job saved in the SD memory is automatically
deleted if the printing is complete or not printed for a
certain period of time. If an error occurs while sending
the data or the job is altered after being sent, the job is
automatically deleted.
For Mac OS X PS Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Select [Secure Print] from the panel
menu.
4 Select [Private Print] from [Job Type].
5 Enter a password in [Job Password].
6 Change other settings if necessary, and
then click [Print].
The encrypted and password-protected print job
is only sent to this machine, and it is not printed
yet.
Print the Stored Documennt
1 Press the <Fn> key.
Memo
●● When a printer is in the power saving mode, press
the <POWER SAVE> button to restore from the
mode.
2 Press the <2> on the numeric keypad
and then press the then <ENTER>
button.
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1. Convenient Print Functions
4 Enter your password set in the step 6 in
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
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1
Watermark Printing
Overlay Printing
1. Convenient Print Functions
You can print a watermark in addition to the text
of the printed file.
You can print overlays such as logos or forms on
documents.
Before printing overlay, create a form and
register it in the printer.
Note
●● This function is not available with the Mac OS X printer
driver.
In order to use this function, the printer must be
equipped with the optional SD memory card kit.
●● Watermarks are not printed properly for booklet printing.
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
Note
●● This function is not available with the Mac OS X printer
driver.
1 Open the file you want to print.
●● To use this function on a Windows PS printer driver, you
need to log into your computer as an administrator.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
Reference
●● For details of the Configuration Tool and how to install the
Configuration Tool, refer to "Configuration Tool" P.83.
4 Select [Extend] tab.
5 Click [Watermarks].
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
6 Click [New].
7 Specify a text, size, angle, trim and position
for the watermark and then click [OK].
8 Click [OK].
9 Click [OK].
10 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
Memo
●● Overlay is a group of forms. Three forms can be
registered in an overlay.
The forms are printed overlaid in the order that they were
registered. The form registered last is printed at the top.
„„ Create a form and register it in
the printer.
1 Create a form you want to register to
For Windows PS Printer Driver
the printer on the application.
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 Select the [Extend] tab.
4 Select [Job Options] tab.
5 Click [Watermark].
5 Click [Overlays].
6 Click [New].
6 Select the [Register print document
as a new form].
7 Specify a text, size, angle, trim and position
for the watermark and then click [OK].
7 Click [OK].
8 Click [OK].
8 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
9 Click [OK].
10 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
Note
●● Watermarks are printed over the text or images of
documents in the default settings with the Windows PS.
printer driver. To print in the background of documents, check
the [In Background] box in the [Watermark] window.
When the [Background] is checked on the [Watermark]
window, depending on an application you use, the watermark
may not be printed. In such a case, uncheck [Background].
9 Enter a name for the overlay in [Form
Name].
10 Enter the ID No. of the form in the [ID].
11 Select the pages of the document on
which to print the overlay from the
[Print on Pages] drop-down list.
12 Click [OK].
13 The form is registered in the printer.
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„„ Print using with a registered form.
1 Open the file to print.
Storing Print Data
3 Click [Preferences].
Note
4 Select the [Extend] tab.
●● If the spooled data cannot be stored in the SD memory
card because of a memory shortage, a message indicating
that the data is invalid appears.
5 Click [Overlays].
6 Select [Overlay Print] and select a
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
form you want to use for an overlay
printing from the drop-down list.
1 Open the file you want to print.
7 Click [OK].
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
8 Change other settings if necessary, and
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
then click [OK].
9 Click [Print] on the [Print] screen.
4 Select the [Job Options] tab.
For Windows PS Printer Driver
5 Select [Shared Print] from [Job Type].
6 Enter a job name in the [Job Name]
Memo
●● An overlay is a form group. You can register three forms
with one overlay.
box.
If you check the [Input job type option when
printing] box, a prompt for the job name
appears when you send the job to the printer.
1 Create an overlay with the Configuration
Tool and register it on the printer.
7 Click [OK].
Reference
●● "Configuration Tool" P.83.
8 Configure other settings if necessary and
2 Click [Start] and select [Devices and
then start printing.
Printers].
The print job is sent to the printer, but is not
printed.
3 Right-click the Your Printer icon and
select the type of driver you want to
specify from [Printing preferences].
For Windows PS Printer Driver
4 Select the [Job Options] tab.
1 Open the file you want to print.
5 Click [Overlays].
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
6 Select [Use Overlay] from the drop-
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
down menu.
4 Select the [Job Options] tab.
7 Select the overlay to use from the
[Defined Overlays] list and then click
[Add].
5 Select [Shared Print] from [Job Type].
8 Click [OK].
6 Enter a job name in the [Job Name]
9 Click [OK] to close the print setup dialog
box and a password in the [Job
Password] box.
10 Open the file you want to print.
If you check the [Input job type option when
printing] box, a prompt for the job name
appears when you send the job to the printer.
box.
11 Start printing on the print dialog.
Reference
7 Click [OK].
●● "Configuration Tool" P.83.
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1. Convenient Print Functions
You can store print data on the SD memory card
installed on the printer and print it as needed
from the operator panel by entering a password.
2 Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
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8 Configure other settings if necessary and
Saving the Driver Settings
then start printing.
The print job is sent to the printer, but is not
printed.
You can save the printer driver settings.
1. Convenient Print Functions
Note
For Mac OS X
●● This function is not available with the Windows PS printer
driver and the Mac OS X printer driver.
1 Open the file to print.
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
2 Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
„„ Saving the Settings
3 Select [Secure Print] from the panel
1 Click [Start] and select [Devices and
menu.
Printers].
4 Select [Shared Print] in the [Job
2 Right-click the Your Printer icon and
Type].
then select the type of driver you want
to specify from [Printing preferences].
You can name a print job from Job Type Options.
5 Change other settings if necessary, and
3 Configure the print settings to save.
then click [Print].
The print job is only sent to the printer, and it is
not printed yet.
4 On the [Setup] tab, select [Current
setting] from the drop-down list in
[Driver Setting] and then click [Save].
Memo
If setting details are not displayed in the print
dialog box, click [Show Details] at the bottom of
the dialog box.
Print the Stored Documennt
1 Press the <Fn> key.
Memo
●● When a printer is in the power saving mode, press
the <POWER SAVE> button to restore from the
mode.
2 Press the <1> on the numeric keypad
and then press the <ENTER> button.
3 Enter the password you set in the
[Password] box and then press the
<ENTER> button.
4 Select the private job you want to print
and then press the <ENTER> button.
5 Specify a name for the setting to save
and then click [OK].
6 Click [OK] to close the print setup dialog
box.
Memo
●● Up to 14 forms can be stored.
„„ Using the Saved Settings
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 On the [Setup] tab, select a setting you
want to use from [Driver Setting].
5 Start printing.
If you select [Delete], you can delete the print
job.
5 Enter the number of copies and then
press the <ENTER> button.
Reference
●● You can delete stored print data with the Configuration
Tool. For details, refer to "Delete Unwanted Jobs From an
SD Memory Card" P.86.
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Changing the Driver's Default
Settings
Using Printer Fonts
Note
For Windows Printer Driver
●● The printer fonts do not exactly duplicate the appearance
of the TrueType fonts seen on screen.
1 Click [Start] and select [Devices and
●● This function is not available with the Mac OS X printer
driver.
Printers].
●● To use this function with the Windows PS printer driver
you must be logged on your computer as an administrator.
2 Right-click the Your Printer icon and
then select the type of driver you want
to change from [Printing preferences].
3 Configure the print settings to use as the
driver’s default setting.
4
4 Select the [Extend] tab.
1 Open a file.
5 Click [Fonts].
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Configure the print settings to use as the
5 Enter a name for the settings and click
[OK].
6 Click [Cancel].
1 Open the file you want to print.
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
For Mac OS X PS Printer Driver
4 Select [Save As] from [Presets].
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
Click [OK].
driver’s default settings.
●● This function is not available in some applications.
6 Select the [Font Substitution] check
box.
7 Specify which printer fonts to use
instead of TrueType fonts in the [Font
Substitution Table].
8 Click [OK].
9 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
Note
●● To use the saved settings, select the name from
[Presets] in the print dialog.
For Windows PS Printer Driver
1 Click [Start] and select [Devices and
Printers].
2 Right-click the Your Printer icon and
then select [Printer properties] >
[Your Printer(PS) ].
3 Select the [Device Settings] tab.
4 Specify which printer fonts to use
instead of TrueType fonts in the [Font
Substitution Table].
To specify the font substitution, click each
TrueType font and select a printer font to
substitute that with from the pull-down menu.
5 Click [OK].
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1. Convenient Print Functions
You can print your documents using pre-installed
printer fonts by substituting them for TrueType
fonts in the computer.
You can use as the printer driver’s default
settings print settings that you often use.
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6 Open the file you want to print.
Using Computer Fonts
7 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
1. Convenient Print Functions
You can print your documents using TrueType
fonts in the computer to retain the same font
appearance as on the computer screen.
8 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
9 On the [Layout] tab, click [Advanced].
Note
●● This function is not available with the Mac OS X printer
driver.
10 Select [Substitute with Device Font]
at [TrueType Font] and then click
[OK].
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
11 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 Select the [Extend] tab.
5 Click [Fonts].
6 Deselect the [Font Substitution] check
box, select either of the following fonts
and then click [OK].
-- [Download as Outline Font]
Font images are created by the printer.
-- [Download as Bitmap Font]
Font images are created by the printer driver
7 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
For Windows PS Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 On the [Layout] tab, click [Advanced].
5 Click [TrueType Font] and select
[Download as Softfont] from the
drop-down list.
6 Click [OK].
7 Configure other settings if necessary and
then start printing.
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Using a Print Buffer
Note
●● If the spooled data cannot be stored in the SD memory
card because of a memory shortage, a message indicating
that the data is invalid appears.
●● This function is not available with the Mac OS X printer
driver.
You can adjust the print mode for monochrome
pages.
Memo
●● To enter the [Admin Setup] menu, an administrator
password is necessary. The default password is “999999”.
1 Press the scroll button
or the
<ENTER> button on the operator panel.
2 Press the scroll button
to select
[Admin Setup] and then press the
<ENTER> button.
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 Select the [Job Options] tab.
3 Enter the administrator password using
the numeric keypad.
4 Press the <ENTER> button.
5 Press the scroll button
to select
[Print Setup] and then press the
<ENTER> button.
5 Click [Advanced].
6 Scroll the screen downward, the [Job
6 Press the scroll button
to select
[Mono-Print Mode] and then press the
<ENTER> button.
Spool] to [On] and click [OK].
7 Start printing on the print dialog.
7 Select a speed mode and then press the
<ENTER> button.
For Windows PS Printer Driver
-- [Auto]:
When the first page is a monochrome
page, it is printed only with a black image
drum, and when a color page appears, it is
printed with four color image drums. After
that, even a monochrome page is printed
using four color image drums.
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 Select the [Job Options] tab.
-- [Color Mode]:
Always printed with four color image
drums.
5 Click [Advanced].
-- [Normal Mode]:
For a monochrome page, it is printed with
a black image drum, and for a color page,
it is printed with four color image drums.
6 Select the [Job Spool] check box and
click [OK].
7 Start printing on the print dialog.
8 Press the <ON LINE> button to exit the
menu mode.
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1
1. Convenient Print Functions
You can spool a print job in the SD memory
card installed in the printer. This function frees
memory on your computer so it can handle other
tasks faster while the printer is running in the
background.
Changing the Mono-Print
Mode

1
Printing to File
Downloading PS Files
1. Convenient Print Functions
You can print a document to a file, without
printing it out on paper.
You can download PostScript files to the printer
and print them.
Note
Note
●● You must be logged on your computer as an administrator.
●● This function is available only when you are using a TCP/
IP network.
For Windows Printer Driver
●● The OKI LPR Utility is not available with the Mac OS X
printer driver.
1 Click [Start] and select [Devices and
For OKI LPR Utility
2 Right-click the Your Printer icon and
1 Launch the OKI LPR Utility.
Printers].
then select the type of driver you want
to use from [Printer properties].
3 Select the [Ports] tab.
2 Select [Download] from the [Remote
Print] menu.
3 Select the file to download and click
[Open].
4 Select [FILE:] from the port list and
After finishing the download, the PostScript file is
printed.
click [OK].
5 Start printing on the print dialog.
6 Enter the name of a file and then click
[OK].
For Mac OS X PS Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Click [PDF] on the print dialog and
select a file format.
4 Enter the name of a file and select
where to save it in and click [Save].
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Printing Out PS Errors
Changing Emulation Mode
You can select the emulation mode.
Memo
Note
●● This function is not available with the Windows PCL printer
driver.
For Windows PS Printer Driver
●● To enter the [Admin Setup] menu, an administrator
password is necessary. The default password is “999999”.
1 Press the scroll button
or the
<ENTER> button on the operator panel.
2 Press the scroll button
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
to select
[Admin Setup] and then press the
<ENTER> button.
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
3 Enter the administrator password using
1 Open the file you want to print.
the numeric keypad.
4 On the [Layout] tab, click [Advanced].
5 Click [Send PostScript Error Handler]
under [PostScript Options] and select
[Yes] from the drop-down list.
6 Click [OK] until the print setup dialog
box is closed.
For Mac OS X PS Printer Driver
4 Press the <ENTER> button.
5 Press the scroll button
to select
[Print Setup] and then press the
<ENTER> button.
6 Make sure that [Personality] is selected
and then press the <ENTER> button.
7 Press the scroll button
to select an
emulation mode and then press the
<ENTER> button.
Note
●● This function is not available with the Mac OS X 10.5 or
10.6.
1 Open the file you want to print.
8 Press the <ON LINE> button to exit the
menu mode.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Select [Error Handling] from the panel
menu.
4 Select [Print detailed report] at
[PostScript Errors].
5 Click [Print].
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1. Convenient Print Functions
You can print out the details of PostScript errors
when they occur.
1
2.Adjusting Color
This chapter explains various color adjustment methods.
2
Memo
●● In this chapter, Notepad will be used as an example of Windows, and TextEdit will be used as an example for Mac OS X. The
operation may differ depending on the application or the version of the printer driver you are using.
2. Adjusting Color
„„
Adjusting Color on the Control Panel
This section explains the method of adjusting color for the printer using the control panel.
Adjusting Color Registration
The printer automatically adjusts the color
registration when the AC cord is plugged
or unplugged, the top cover is opened or
closed, and every time 400 pages are printed
continuously.
You can also adjust the color registration
manually if you are not satisfied with the quality
of the color on the printouts.
1 Press the <Fn> key.
Adjusting the Density
The printer automatically adjusts the density
when a toner cartridge, an image drum cartridge
or a belt is changed and every time 500 pages
are printed continuously.
You can also adjust the density manually if
you are not satisfied with the density of the
printouts.
1 Press the <Fn> key.
Memo
●● When a printer is in the power saving mode, press
the <POWER SAVE> button to restore from the
mode.
Memo
●● When a printer is in the power saving mode, press
the <POWER SAVE> button to restore from the
mode.
2 Press the <3>, <0> and <1> on the
numeric keypad and then press the
<ENTER> button.
3 Make sure that [Execute] is selected
2 Press the <3>, <0> and <0> on the
numeric keypad and then press the
<ENTER> button.
3 Make sure that [Execute] is selected
and then press the <ENTER> button.
and then press the <ENTER> button.
Memo
●● The message [Color Adjusting] appears in the second
line (under [Ready To Print]) of the operator panel
display while adjusting the color registration.
Memo
●● The message [Density Adjusting] appears in the second
line (under [Ready To Print]) of the operator panel
display while adjusting the color density.
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Adjusting Color on the Control Panel
Adjusting the Color Balance
(Density)
You can adjust the density of each color. You can
select a light, medium, or dark density for each
color.
2. Adjusting Color
Printing Color Swatch
1 Press the <Fn> key.
Memo
●● When a printer is in the power saving mode, press
the <POWER SAVE> button to restore from the
mode.
2 Press the <3>, <0> and <2> on the
numeric keypad and then press the
<ENTER> button.
3 Make sure that [Execute] is selected
and then press the <ENTER> button.
A color swatch is printed.
Memo
●● On the color tuning pattern, 44 squares are printed. The
present setting of the light, medium, and dark colors are
indicated with dashed lines. You can check the color to be
adjusted.
Adjusting the Color
1 Press the scroll button
<ENTER> button.
2
or the
2 Press the scroll button
to select
[Calibration] and then press the
<ENTER> button.
3 Press the scroll button
to select
[Cyan Darkness], [Magenta
Darkness], [Yellow Darkness] or
[Black Darkness], and then press the
<ENTER> button.
4 Press the scroll button
to select
[Highlight], [Mid-Tone] or [Dark],
and then press the <ENTER> button.
5 Press the scroll button
or , select
the value you want and then press the
<ENTER> button.
6 Press the <ON LINE> button to exit the
menu mode.
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Adjusting Color on the Computer
„„
Adjusting Color on the Computer
This section explains how to adjust color when printing. You can adjust the color using a printer driver
to print out more satisfactory documents.
2
Color Matching means managing and adjusting documents color to keep it consistent between input
and output devices.
2. Adjusting Color
There are two color matching functions: [Office Color] and [Graphic Pro]. If you use Mac OS X, you
can also use [ColorSync] function to do color matching.
Color Matching (Automatic)
If you use business documents mainly,
Automatic is suitable. Color matching is applied
when RGB color space print data is converted to
CMYK color space for the printer.
Note
●● This function can support only RGB color data.
●● If you want to manage CMYK color data, use the Graphic
Pro function.
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
For Mac OS X Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Select [Color] from the panel menu.
4 Select [Automatic] and then click
[Print].
Memo
●● If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box,
click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 Click [Detail] on the [Color Setting]
and select [Automatic], and then click
[OK].
For Windows PS Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 Select [Color] tab and select
[Automatic], and then click [OK].
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Color Matching (Office Color)
Color Matching (Graphic Pro)
If you use business documents mainly, Office
Color is suitable. Color matching is applied when
RGB color space print data is converted to CMYK
color space for the printer.
The Graphic Pro function is suitable for using the
DTP software. You can specify the simulation of
printing with the CMYK output devices.
Note
●● If you want to manage CMYK color data, use the Graphic
Pro function.
Note
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
●● Link profiles for CMYK cannot be specified with the
Windows PCL printer driver.
1 Open the file you want to print.
●● When installing ICC profiles with the Windows PC printer
driver, on the [Layout] tab, click [Advanced] and select
[ICM Method] in [ICM Disabled].
2 Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 Click [Detail] on the [Color Setting]
and select [Office Color], and then click
[OK].
For Windows PS Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 Click [Detail] on the [Color Setting]
and select [Graphic Pro], and then click
[OK].
2 Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 Select [Color] tab and select
[Office Color], and then click [OK].
For Mac OS X PS Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
For Windows PS Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 Select [Color] tab and select
[Graphic Pro], and then click [OK].
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Select [Color] from the panel menu.
4 Select [Office Color] or [Automatic]
and then click [Print].
Memo
●● If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box,
click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
For Mac OS X Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Select [Color] from the panel menu.
4 Select [Graphic Pro] or [Automatic]
and then click [Print].
Memo
●● If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box,
click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
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2. Adjusting Color
●● This function can support only RGB color data.
If using ICC profiles for an input/output device in
a color matching, registering an ICC profiles in
a printer is required in advance. For registering
ICC profiles, refer to “Registering an ICC Profile”
P.84.
Adjusting Color on the Computer
Color Matching (No Color
Matching)
2
Changing Black Finish
You can print in the specified color without colors
being adjusted by a printer or a printer driver.
This function is suitable for colors matched with
an application.
2. Adjusting Color
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 Click [Detail] on the [Color Setting]
You can change the black finish when printing in
color. The black finish setting can be used when
[Office Color] or [Graphic Pro] is selected in
the printer driver.
There are two types of black finish: composite
black (made from CMYK toner) and true black
(made from black toner only).
There are two types of black finishes; one is
composed of cyan (C), magenta (M), yellow (Y)
and black (K) toners, and the other is composed
of a black (K) toner only. A black finish using
CMYK toners is suitable for printing photographs.
A black finish using a black toner only is suitable
for printing black text or graphics.
For Windows PS Printer Driver
If you use the [Office Color] function, you can
also select the auto. For the auto, the suitable
method is selected automatically to print out
the document. If Automatic is selected the
appropriate method will be set when printing.
1 Open the file you want to print.
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
2 Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
1 Open the file you want to print.
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
2 Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
4 Select [Color] tab and select [No Color
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
and select [No Color Matching], and
then click [OK].
Matching], and then click [OK].
For Mac OS X Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
4 Click [Detail] on the [Color Setting]
and select [Office Color] or [Graphic
Pro].
5 Select the method to create black from
[Black Finish].
3 Select [Color] from the panel menu.
6 Click [OK] to close the Details window.
4 Select [No Color Matching] or
7 Click [OK].
[Automatic] and then click [Print].
Memo
●● If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box,
click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
For Windows PS Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 Select [Color] tab and select [Office
Color] or [Graphic Pro] and then click
[Options].
5 Select the method to create black from
[Black Finish].
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6 Click [OK] to close the Details window.
Eliminating White Gap
Between Text and Background
(Overprinting black)
7 Click [OK].
For Mac OS X Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
3 Select [Color] from the panel menu.
4 Select [Office Color] or [Graphic Pro]
and then click [Options].
5 Select the method to create black from
[Black Finish].
6 Click [OK].
Memo
●● If setting details are not displayed in the print dialog box,
click [Show Details] at the bottom of the dialog box.
Note
●● This function cannot be used with some applications.
●● This function can be used when printing only text over a
background color.
●● If the toner layer is thick, the toner may not be fixed
firmly.
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 On the [Job Options] tab, Select
[Advanced].
5 Set [Overprint Black] to [On] and then
click [OK].
For Windows PS Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 Select the [Color] tab and select
[Advanced].
5 Select the [Black Overprint] check
box.
For Mac OS X Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Select [Color] from the panel menu.
4 Select [Advanced] and then select
[Black Overprint] check box.
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2. Adjusting Color
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
Depending on the conditions of use, you can
set black to overprint and reduce the white gap
between black letters and colored background.
Adjusting Color on the Computer
Simulating Printing Results for
Ink
2
You can simulate output such as that of an offset
printing press by adjusting the CMYK color data.
Note
2. Adjusting Color
●● Mac OS X printer driver may not be available depending
applications.
●● This function can be used when the [Office Color] or
[Graphic Pro] is selected for [Color Mode].
For Mac OS X Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Select [Color] from the panel menu.
4 Select [Graphic Pro] in [Color].
5 Click [Options] to select [Printer
Simulation].
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
6 Select an ink feature you want to
simulate from [Simulation Target
Profile].
2 Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 Click [Detail] on the [Color Setting]
and select [Graphic Pro].
5 Select [Printer Simulation].
6 Select an ink feature you want to
simulate from [Simulation Target
Profile] on [Input Profile] and click
[OK].
For Windows PS Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 Select the [Color] tab and select
[Graphic Pro], and then click [Options].
You can do a printer simulation with
[Office Color], for business or other documents,
then click [Advanced], and select the properties
of the ink you want to simulate from [CMYK Ink
Simulation].
5 Select the [Printer Simulation] check
box.
6 Select an ink feature you want to
simulate from [Simulation Target
Profile] on [Input] and click [OK].
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Color Separation
You can print by separating each color without
using any applications.
2
Note
●● Windows PCL printer driver cannot be used for this
function.
For Windows PS Drivers
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 Select the [Color] tab and select
[Advanced].
5 Select the color you want to separate
from [Print Color Separations] and
then click [OK].
For Mac OS X Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Select [Print Options] from the panel
menu.
4 Select [Print Color Separations] in the
[Quality 2] tab.
5 Click [Print].
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2. Adjusting Color
●● If you are using Adobe Illustrator, use the color separation
function of the application. Turn off the color matching
function of the printer driver.
Adjusting Color with Color Correct Utility
„„
Adjusting Color with Color Correct Utility
This section explains the Color Correct Utility. You can specify the colors on the palette selected in
software such as Microsoft Excel with the Color Correct Utility.
2
Note
●● Apply settings for each printer driver.
●● You must be logged in as an administrator to perform color matching using the Color Correct Utility.
2. Adjusting Color
Reference
●● For details on how to install the Color Correct Utility, refer to “Installing Utilities” P.80.
Changing Palette Color
9 Check each adjustable range from the
pull-down menu for X and Y.
The adjustable value varies depending on the
color.
For Windows
10 Check the printed color swatch to select
the most suitable color you want within
the adjustable range, and then check the
X and Y values.
11 Select the values you checked at step
10, and then click [OK].
12 Click [Print Palette] and check if the
adjusted color is closer to the color you
want and then click [Next].
If you want to change the color more or change
other colors, repeat steps 8 to 11.
1 Click [Start] and select [All Programs] >
[Okidata] > [Color Correct Utility]>
[Color Correct Utility].
13 Enter a name to save as, and then click
[Save].
2 Select [Office Palette Tuning] and
A dialog box appears.
then click [Next].
3 Select the printer and click [Next].
14 Click [OK].
4 Select the name the setting you want
15 Click [Finish].
and then click [Print Sample].
The color sample is printed.
For Mac OS X
5 Click [Next].
6 Click [Print Palette].
The color sample for adjustment is printed.
7 Compare the colors of the color palette
on the screen with those of the printed
color sample for adjustment.
Colors marked with cross cannot be adjusted.
8 Click the color you want to adjust.
1 Launch Color Correct Utility.
2 Select the printer.
3 Click [Next].
4 Click [Office Palette Tuning].
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Adjusting Color with Color Correct Utility
5 Select the name of the setting you want,
Changing Gamma Value or
Hue
and then click [Print Swatches].
A color swatch is printed.
You can adjust tone by adjusting the gamma
value and output color by adjusting the hue.
6 Click [Next].
7 Click [Print Palette].
For Windows
The color sample for adjustment is printed.
[Okidata] > [Color Correct Utility] >
[Color Correct Utility].
on the screen with those of the printed
color sample for adjustment.
Colors marked with cross cannot be adjusted.
2 Select [Hue & Saturation Tuning.] and
then click [Next].
9 Click the color you want to adjust.
3 Select the printer and click [Next].
10 Check each adjustable range from the
pull-down menu for X and Y.
4 Select the standard mode and click
The adjustable value varies depending on the
color.
11 Check the printed color swatch to select
[Next].
5 Apply settings as necessary by adjusting
the slide bar.
the most suitable color you want within
the adjustable range, and then check the
X and Y values.
12 Select the values you checked at step
11, and then click [OK].
13 Click [Print Palette] and check that the
adjusted color is closer to the color you
want.
If you want to change the color more or change
other colors, repeat steps 9 to 13.
14 Enter a name and then click [Save].
15 Select [Printers & Scanners] from
[System Preferences] to delete
and reregister all printers for which
adjustments were made.
If you select the [Use printer’s unadjusted
color] check box, 100 percent of each color is
used for printing, and the slide bar of hue is fixed.
6 Click [Print Test].
7 Check the print result.
If you are not satisfied with the result, repeat
steps 5 to 6.
8 Click [Next].
9 Enter a name and then click [Save].
A dialog box appears.
10 Click [OK].
11 Click [Finish].
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2. Adjusting Color
1 Click [Start] and select [All Programs] >
8 Compare the colors of the color palette
2
Adjusting Color with Color Correct Utility
For Mac OS X
Printing in Adjusted Color
Settings
1 Launch Color Correct Utility.
2
2 Select the printer.
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
3 Click [Next].
1 Open the file you want to print.
2. Adjusting Color
4 Click [Gamma/Hue/Saturation
2 Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
Tuning].
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
5 Select the standard mode and click
[Next].
4 Click [Detail] on the [Color Setting]
and select [Office Color].
6 Apply settings as necessary by adjusting
the slide bar.
If you select the [Use default printer hue]
check box, 100 percent of each color is used for
printing, and the slide bar of hue is fixed.
7 Click [Print Test].
8 Check the print result.
If you are not satisfied with the result, repeat
steps 6 to 8.
9 Enter a name and then click [Save].
10 Select [Printers & Scanners] from
[System Preferences] to delete
and reregister all printers for which
adjustments were made.
5 Select the [Color Correct Utility
Settings] and select the setting you
created with the Color Correct Utility and
then click [OK].
For Windows PS Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 Select the [Color] tab and select
[Office Color] and then click [Option].
5 Select the [User Settings] and select
the setting you created with the Color
Correct Utility and then click [OK].
For Mac OS X Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Click [Office Color] on the [Color]
panel.
4 Select the setting you created with the
Color Correct Utility from [RGB Color
Setting].
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Adjusting Color with Color Correct Utility
Saving Color Correction
Settings
Importing Color Correction
Settings
You can save the adjusted color settings to a file.
Note
You can import color correct settings from files.
For Windows
For Windows
1 Click [Start] and select [All Programs] >
[Okidata] > [Color Correct Utility] >
[Color Correct Utility].
1 Click [Start] and select [All Programs] >
[Okidata] > [Color Correct Utility] >
[Color Correct Utility].
2 Select [Import/Export Color
Settings.] and then click [Next].
2 Select [Import/Export Color
Settings.] and then click [Next].
3 Select the printer, and click [Next].
3 Select the printer and click [Next].
4 Click [Import].
4 Click [Export].
5 Select the file and click [Open].
5 Select the settings to export and click
6 Select the settings to import and click
6 Specify the file name and the folder to
7 Check that the setting is imported
7 Click [OK].
For Mac OS X
8 Click [Finish].
1 Launch Color Correct Utility.
For Mac OS X
2 Select the printer.
1 Launch Color Correct Utility.
3 Click [Next].
2 Select the printer.
4 Click [Manage Color Settings].
3 Click [Next].
5 Click [Import].
4 Click [Manage Color Settings].
6 Select the file and click [Open].
5 Click [Export].
7 Select the settings to import and click
[Import].
[Export].
properly and then click [Finish].
save to, and then click [Save].
6 Select the settings to export and click
[Export].
7 Specify the file name and the folder to
[Import].
8 Click [Cancel].
9 Check that the setting is imported
properly, and then quit the Color Correct
Utility.
save to, and then click [Save].
8 Click [Cancel].
9 Click [Quit].
10 On the confirmation screen, click [OK].
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2. Adjusting Color
●● The administrator’s authority is needed for this function.
Adjusting Color with Color Correct Utility
Deleting Color Correction
Settings
You can delete unnecessary setting files.
2
For Windows
2. Adjusting Color
1 Click [Start] and select [All Programs] >
[Okidata] > [Color Correct Utility] >
[Color Correct Utility].
2 Select [Import/Export Color
Settings.] and then click [Next].
3 Select the printer, and click [Next].
4 Select the file you want to delete and
click [Delete].
A dialog box appears.
5 On the confirmation screen, click [Yes].
6 Check that the setting is deleted
properly and then click [Finish].
For Mac OS X
1 Launch Color Correct Utility.
2 Select the printer.
3 Click [Next].
4 Click [Manage Color Settings].
5 Select the setting you want to delete
and click [Delete].
A dialog box appears.
6 On the confirmation screen, click [Yes].
7 Check that the setting is deleted
properly and then click [Quit].
8 On the confirmation screen, click [OK].
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Setting Color with Color Swatch Utility
„„
Setting Color with Color Swatch Utility
This section explains the Color Swatch Utility. You can print the RGB color swatch built in to the printer
using the Color Swatch Utility. You can check the RGB values with the RGB color swatch and print out
the colors as needed.
2
2. Adjusting Color
Note
●● This utility cannot be used on Mac OS X.
Memo
●● When the printer driver is installed, the color swatch utility software is installed at the same time.
Printing Color Swatch
Printing a File With the Color
You Want
1 Click [Start], and select
[All Programs] > [Okidata] > [Color
Swatch Utility] > [Color Swatch Utility].
2 Click [Print].
3 Select the printer from [Name].
4 Click [OK].
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 Select the text or graphic to adjust the
RGB values in an application.
3 Print out the file.
Memo
A color swatch is printed.
●● For details on how to specify the color in the application,
refer to the application’s manual.
5 Check the color swatch for the colors
you want to print, and then write down
the RGB values.
●● When printing color swatches and the file you want, use
the same printer driver settings.
Customizing the Color Swatch
If you cannot find the color you want in “Printing
Color Swatch” step 5, follow the procedures
below to customize the color.
1 Click [Switch].
2 Click [Detail].
3 Adjust the three slide bars until the color
you want appears.
4
5
6
7
Click [Close].
Click [Print].
Select the printer from [Name].
Click [OK].
8 Check that the color is adjusted as you
want.
Memo
●● If you are not satisfied with the printing result, repeat
from step 1 to 8.
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Adjusting Color with PS Gamma Adjuster Utility
„„
Adjusting Color with PS Gamma Adjuster Utility
This section explains the PS Gamma Adjuster Utility. You can adjust the half-tone density of CMYK
colors printed by the printer. Use this function if the color in a photograph or graphic is too dark.
2
Note
●● This function can be used with PS Printer Driver.
●● Printing speed may be slow if this function is used. If you want to prioritize the speed, select [Not Specified] from [Custom
Gamma Adjustment].
2. Adjusting Color
●● Some applications can specify the half-tone settings. If you use these functions, select [Not Specified] from [Custom
Gamma Adjustment].
●● If you are using Windows, [Custom Gamma Adjustment] menu or the contents may not be displayed on the [Color] tab of
the printer driver. In this case, restart your computer.
●● If you are using an application before registering the half-tone adjustment name, restart the application before printing.
●● The registered half-tone adjustment name is effective for all printers of the same type if multiple printers are saved in the
[Printers and FAX] folder.
Reference
●● For details on how to install the PS Gamma Adjuster Utility, refer to “Installing Utilities” P.80.
Registering Half-tone
For Mac OS X PS Printer Driver
For Windows PS Drivers
1 Launch the PS Gamma Adjuster Utility.
2 Click [New].
3 Adjust the half-tone.
You can select a method to adjust the half-tone
from operating the graph line, entering the
gamma value, or entering the density value into
the text box.
1 Click [Start] and select [All Programs] >
[Okidata] > [PS Gamma Adjuster] >
[PS Gamma Adjuster].
2 Select the printer from [Select Printer].
4 Enter a setting name in [Gamma Curve
Name] and then click [Save].
3 Click [New].
5 Click [Select PPD].
4 Adjust the half-tone.
6 Select the PPD file to register the half-
You can select a method to adjust the half-tone
from operating the graph line, entering the
gamma value, or entering the density value into
the text box.
5 Enter setting name in [Gamma Curve
Name] and then click [OK].
6 Click [Add].
7 Click [Apply].
A dialog box appears.
tone adjustment and click [Open].
7 Select the half-tone adjustment and click
[Add].
8 Click [Save].
9 Select [Printers & Scanners] from
[System Preferences].
10 Delete the registered printer to which
the adjustment has been made, and
then register the printer again.
8 Click [OK].
9 Click [Exit] to quit the PS Gamma
Adjuster Utility.
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Adjusting Color with PS Gamma Adjuster Utility
Printing a File with the
Adjusted Gamma Curve
For Windows PS Drivers
2
1 Open the file you want to print.
2. Adjusting Color
2 Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
3 Click [Preferences] or [Properties].
4 Select the [Color] tab.
5 Check the [Custom Gamma
Adjustment] check box.
6 Select the halftone adjustment settings
and then click [OK].
For Mac OS X PS Printer Driver
1 Open the file you want to print.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Select [Printer Options] from the panel
menu.
4 Select the created halftone adjustment
from [Custom gamma] in the
[Quality2] tab.
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3.Changing Printer Settings
This chapter explains how to configure the equipment settings from the scroll button
<ENTER> button on the operator panel.
,
or the
„„
Checking the Current Settings
3
This section explains the basic procedure to print out print information. By printing out the print
information, you can check the current settings of the printer.
3. Changing Printer Settings
Printing Out Print Information
You can print and check the printer
configurations and a usage report.
Reference
●● For details on the print information you can print and
the structure of the [Print Information] menu, refer to
“Print Information” P.63.
1 Press the <Fn> key.
Memo
●● When a printer is in the power saving mode, press
the <POWER SAVE> button to restore from the
mode.
2 Press the <1>, <0> and <0> on the
numeric keypad and then press the
<ENTER> button.
3 Make sure that [Execute] is selected
and then press the <ENTER> button.
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Changing the Equipment Settings
„„
Changing the Equipment Settings
This section explains the basic procedure to change the equipment settings.
Reference
●● For details on the menu structure of the equipment settings, refer to “List of Each Setup Menu” P.61.
Admin Setup
Print Statistics
To enter the [Admin Setup] menu, an
administrator password is necessary.
Print Statistics is the management menu for
printing.
To enter the [Print Statistics] menu, a Print
Statistics password is necessary.
1 Press the scroll button
●● The default password is “0000”.
Memo
Memo
to select
[Admin Setup] and then press the
<ENTER> button.
1 Press the scroll button
to select
[Print Statistics] and then press the
<ENTER> button.
2 Enter the administrator password using
the numeric keypad.
2 Enter the Print Statistics password using
3 Press the <ENTER> button.
the numeric keypad.
4 Press the scroll button
to select the
setup menu on which you want to
change a setting and then press the
<ENTER> button.
3 Press the <ENTER> button.
4 Press the scroll button
to select the
setup menu on which you want to
change a setting and then press the
<ENTER> button.
5 Change the setting and then press the
<ENTER> button.
6 Press the <ON LINE> button to exit the
5 Change the setting and then press the
<ENTER> button.
menu mode.
6 Press the <ON LINE> button to exit the
menu mode.
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3. Changing Printer Settings
●● The default password is “999999”.
3
Changing the Equipment Settings
Boot Menu
Other Settings
Boot Menu is used to change system settings.
Only the administrator should use this menu.
1 Press the scroll button
to select the
setup menu on which you want to
change a setting and then press the
<ENTER> button.
To enter [Boot Menu] menu, an administrator
password is necessary.
Memo
2 Change the setting and then press the
●● The default password is “999999”.
3
<ENTER> button.
1 Turn off the printer.
3 Press the <ON LINE> button to exit the
3. Changing Printer Settings
2 Hold down the <ENTER> button and
menu mode.
press power switch.
3 Press the <ENTER> button.
4 Enter the administrator password using
the numeric keypad.
5 Press the <ENTER> button.
6 Press the scroll button
to select the
setup menu on which you want to
change a setting and then press the
<ENTER> button.
7 Change the setting and then press the
<ENTER> button.
8 Press the <ON LINE> button to exit the
menu mode.
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Changing the Equipment Settings
List of Each Setup Menu
Device Setting Menu
Item
Description
Configuration
Print Information
Print
Print Statistics
Configuration
Item
Tray Count
Description
MPTray
Indicates the total number of pages printed from MP
Tray (Multi-Purpose Tray).
The number of pages fed from MP Tray is indicated.
Indicates the total number of pages printed from
Tray 1.
The number of pages fed from Tray 1 is indicated.
Indicates the total number of pages printed from
Tray 2.
The number of pages fed from Tray 2 is indicated.
Indicates the total number of pages printed from
Tray 3.
The number of pages fed from Tray 3 is indicated.
Tray1
Tray2
(When Tray2 is installed.)
Tray3
(When Tray3 is installed.)
Tray4
(When Tray4 is installed.)
A4/Letter
Impressions
Count
Color
Supplies Life
Cyan Toner (n.nK)*
Magenta Toner (n.nK)*
Yellow Toner (n.nK)*
Black Toner (n.nK)*
Cyan Drum
Magenta Drum
Yellow Drum
Black Drum
Belt
Fuser
Indicates the total number of pages printed from
Tray 4.
The number of pages fed from Tray 4 is indicated.
The total number of color pages to print is shown,
converted to A4/Letter size pages.
The total number of black and white pages to print
is shown, converted to A4/Letter size pages.
Indicates the remaining amount of toner in %.
* Differs depending on the type of the toner
cartridge:
Mono
Indicates the remaining life of the CYAN drum in %.
Indicates the remaining life of the MAGENTA drum in %.
Indicates the remaining life of the YELLOW drum in %.
Indicates the remaining life of the BLACK drum in %.
Indicates the remaining life of the BELT unit in %.
Indicates the remaining life of the FUSER unit in %.
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3
3. Changing Printer Settings
Menus
Admin Setup
Calibration
Boot Menu
Indicates information about the printer, such as Tray Count, Supplies Life, Network, and
System.
Prints various information about the printer.
Prints a secure print job (Private Print) or a frequently print job (Shared Print) stored in SD
memory card.
This menu is displayed when an SD memory card is installed in the printer.
Menus for general users.
Menus for the administrator.
Adjusts the settings for color and density of the printer.
Boot menu.
This menu is displayed only in English.
Menu for print statistics.
Changing the Equipment Settings
Item
Network
Network
Information
Description
Printer Name
Short Printer Name
Enabling Default
Gateway
Wired
IPv4 Address
3
3. Changing Printer Settings
Wireless
(Infrastructure)
Information
Displays the status (enabled/disabled) of the wired
LAN.
Displays the IPv4 Address of the network.
Subnet Mask
Gateway Address
MAC Address
NIC Program Version
Web Remote Version
IPv6 Address (Local)
IPv6 Address
(Stateless Address)
IPv6 Address
(Stateful Address)
Firmware Version
Wireless (Infrastructure)
Displays the Subnet Mask of the network.
Displays the Gateway Address of the network.
Displays the MAC Address of the printer.
Displays the Network firmware revision.
Displays the Web remote version.
Displays the IPv6 Address (Local) of the network.
Displays the IPv6 Address (Stateless Address) of the
network.
Displays the IPv6 Address (Stateful Address) of the
network.
Displays the Wireless LAN Firmware Version.
Displays the status (enabled/disabled) of the
wireless LAN (Infrastructure mode).
SSID
Security
State
Band
Channel
Number of connected
Displays the SSID of the connection destination.
Displays the security of the wireless LAN function.
Displays the state of the wireless LAN.
Displays the using band of the wireless LAN.
Displays the using channel number of the wireless
LAN.
Displays the receiving signal strength. Percentage of
signal strength.
Displays the IPv4 Address of the network.
Displays the Subnet Mask of the network.
Displays the Gateway Address of the network.
Displays the MAC Address of the printer.
Displays the IPv6 Address (Local) of the network.
Displays the IPv6 Address (Stateless Address) of the
network.
Displays the IPv6 Address (Stateful Address) of the
network.
Displays the status (enabled/disabled) of the
wireless LAN (AP mode).
Displays the SSID of the connection destination.
Displays the SSID of onnection. (When AP Node
User Setting is disclosed.)
Displays the number of connected devices.
IPv4 Address
Displays the IPv4 Address.
RSSI
Wireless
(AP Mode)
Information
Displays the full printer name.
Displays the abbreviated printer name.
Displays the valid default gateway.
IPv4 Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway Address
MAC Address
IPv6 Address (Local)
IPv6 Address
(Stateless Address)
IPv6 Address
(Stateful Address)
Wireless(AP Mode)
SSID
Password
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Changing the Equipment Settings
Item
System
Description
Serial Number
Asset Number
Lot Number
Firmware Version
CU Version
PU Version
Panel Version
RAM
Total Memory
Flash Memory
SD Card
Displays information for these items.
3
Item
Description
Configuration
Network
Demo Page
File List
Prints
Prints
Prints
Prints
information about the configuration of the printer.
information about the network settings.
a demo page.
a job file list.
PS Font List
PCL Font List
IBM PPR Font List
EPSON FX Font List
HP-GL2 Palette
Usage Report
Supplies Report
Error Log
Color Profile List
Job Log
Prints
Prints
Prints
Prints
Prints
Prints
Prints
Prints
Prints
Prints
the list of PostScript font samples.
the list of PCL font samples.
a font list of IBMPPR.
a font list of EPSON FX.
a color sample of the Menu select pen.
the total of the job logs.
the supplies report.
an error log.
the list of color profiles.
a job history.
Print Secure Job (Only when equipped with an SD memory card)
Item
Private Print
Description
Please select a User. Selects the user name.
Enter Password
Enters the password of the user.
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3. Changing Printer Settings
Print Information
Changing the Equipment Settings
Menus
Note
●● Factory default setting values are different according to the region where the machine is used.
Item
Tray
MPTray
Configuration Config
Factory Default
Paper Size
Selects a paper size for MP tray.
Media Type
Media Weight
Light
Selects a paper weight for MP tray.
Tray Usage
Do Not Use
Sets an MP tray usage.
Paper Size
Cassette Size
Selects a paper size for Tray 1.
X Dimension
Sets a width of a custom paper for Tray 1.
Media Type
210millimeters
or
8.5inches
297millimeters
or
11inches
Plain
Media Weight
Light
Selects a paper weight for Tray 1.
Legal Paper
Legal14
Sets a legal paper size for Tray 1.
Other Size
16K(184x260mm) Sets other standard paper size for Tray 1.
[SEF]
Cassette Size
Selects a paper size for Tray 2.
X Dimension
3
Y Dimension
3. Changing Printer Settings
Tray1 Config
Y Dimension
Tray2 Config
* Displayed
when an
optional tray
is installed.
Tray3 Config
* Displayed
when an
optional tray
is installed.
Description
A4 [LEF]
or
Letter [LEF]
210millimeters
or
8.5inches
297millimeters
or
11inches
Plain
Paper Size
X Dimension
Sets a width of a custom paper for MP
tray.
Sets a length of a custom paper for MP
tray.
Selects a paper type for MP tray.
Sets a length of a custom paper for Tray 1.
Selects a paper type for Tray 1.
Sets a width of a custom paper for Tray 2.
Media Type
210millimeters
or
8.5inches
297millimeters
or
11inches
Plain
Media Weight
Light
Selects a paper weight for Tray 2.
Legal Paper
Legal14
Sets a legal paper size for Tray 2.
Other Size
16K(184x260mm) Sets other standard paper size for Tray 2.
[SEF]
Paper Size
Cassette Size
Selects a paper size for Tray 3.
X Dimension
210millimeters
or
8.5inches
297millimeters
or
11inches
Plain
Sets a width of a custom paper for Tray 3.
Y Dimension
Y Dimension
Media Type
Sets a length of a custom paper for Tray 2.
Selects a paper type for Tray 2.
Sets a length of a custom paper for Tray 3.
Selects a paper type for Tray 3.
Media Weight
Light
Selects a paper weight for Tray 3.
Legal Paper
Legal14
Sets a legal paper size for Tray 3.
Other Size
16K(184x260mm) Sets other standard paper size for Tray 3.
[SEF]
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Changing the Equipment Settings
Item
Factory Default
Description
Cassette Size
210millimeters
or
8.5inches
297millimeters
or
11inches
Plain
Light
Legal14
16K(184x260mm)
[SEF]
Selects a paper size for Tray 4.
Sets a width of a custom paper for Tray 4.
Paper Feed
Auto Tray Switch
Tray1
On
Tray Sequence
Down
Duplex Last Page
Skip Blank Page
Power Save time
1 minute
Sleep Time
15 minutes
Auto Power Off Time
4 hours
Silent Mode
On
Clearable Warning
ONLINE
Auto Continue
Off
Manual Timeout
60 seconds
Timeout InJob
40 seconds
Timeout Local
40 seconds
Timeout Network
90 seconds
Low Toner
Continue
Print Mode w/o Color Toner
Alam
Jam Recovery
On
Error Report
Off
Selects a paper tray.
Sets whether to enable the auto tray
switching function.
Sets the priority of tray order for auto tray
selection/auto tray switching.
When [Skip Blank Page] is selected, the
last page of an odd-numbered duplex print
job is printed in simplex.
When [Always Print] is selected, the
printer always prints a document in
the duplex mode if the duplex mode is
selected. Some applications may not work
properly.
Sets how many minutes the printer waits
before activating the power save mode.
Sets the time to switch from the power
save mode to the sleep mode.
Sets the time to switch from the standby
mode to the power off mode.
Specifies a print preparation operation
when entering standby status from Sleep
mode.
Sets the timing for deletion of clearable
warnings.
Sets whether to recover the printer
automatically when a memory overflow or
tray requesting occurs.
Sets how many seconds the printer waits
for the paper to be fed from the manual
paper tray.
Sets how many seconds the printer will
wait before force printing a job after the
data stops coming.
Sets how long each port is left opened
after a job is complete. (The network is
excluded.)
Sets how long the network port is left
opened after a job is complete.
Sets whether to continue or stop printing
when a low on toner error occurs.
Specifies the action when there is an
empty color toner.
Sets whether the printer will attempt to
re-print any pages lost due to a paper jam
once the jam has been cleared.
Sets whether to print out the error details
when an internal error occurs.
Tray
Tray4 Config
Configuration
* Displayed
when an
optional tray
is installed.
Paper Size
X Dimension
Y Dimension
Media Type
Media Weight
Legal Paper
Other Size
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Selects a paper type for Tray 4.
Selects a paper weight for Tray 4.
Sets a legal paper size for Tray 4.
Sets other standard paper size for Tray 4.
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3. Changing Printer Settings
System
Adjust
Sets a length of a custom paper for Tray 4.
Changing the Equipment Settings
Item
Factory Default
System
Adjust
Hex Dump
(NULL)
Print Adjust
Print Position MPTray
Adjust
X Adust
0.00 millimeter
Y Adjust 0.00 millimeter
Duplex
0.00 millimeter
X Adjust
3
Duplex Y 0.00 millimeter
Adjust
3. Changing Printer Settings
Tray1
X Adust
0.00 millimeter
Y Adjust 0.00 millimeter
Duplex X 0.00 millimeter
Adjust
Duplex Y 0.00 millimeter
Adjust
Tray2
X Adust 0.00 millimeter
(When
Y Adjust 0.00 millimeter
Tray2 is
installed) Duplex X 0.00 millimeter
Adjust
Duplex Y 0.00 millimeter
Adjust
Tray3
X Adust 0.00 millimeter
(When
Y Adjust 0.00 millimeter
Tray3 is
installed) Duplex X 0.00 millimeter
Adjust
Description
Prints out the data received from the host
computer in hexadecimal dump format.
Turning off the power switches the printer
to the normal print mode from the HEX
Dump mode.
*X
Adjust: Adjusts the position of the
entire printing image perpendicular to
the direction of paper movement.
Available range: ±2.00 mm (0.25 mm
increments).
*Y
Adjust: Adjusts the position of the
entire printing image parallel to the
direction of paper movement.
Available range: ±2.00 mm (0.25 mm
increments).
*D
uplex X Adjust: Adjusts the position of
the image on the back side of a duplex
print perpendicular to the direction of
paper movement.
Available range: ±2.00 mm (0.25 mm
increments).
*D
uplex Y Adjust: Adjusts the position of
the image on the back side of a duplex
print parallel to the direction of paper
movement.
Available range: ±2.00 mm (0.25 mm
increments).
Duplex Y 0.00 millimeter
Adjust
Tray4
X Adust 0.00 millimeter
(When
Y Adjust 0.00 millimeter
Tray4 is
installed) Duplex X 0.00 millimeter
Adjust
Duplex Y 0.00 millimeter
Adjust
Paper Black Setting
0
Paper Color Setting
0
Sets values to make a fine adjustment if
the printing result is faded or there are
dust specks on the print when printing in
the plain paper and black mode. Decrease
the value when there are dust specks
in the area printed with high density.
Increase the value when the printing
result is faded.
Sets values to make a fine adjustment if
the printing result is faded or there are
dust specks on the print when printing in
the plain paper and color mode. Decrease
the value when there are dust specks
in the area printed with high density.
Increase the value when the printing
result is faded.
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Changing the Equipment Settings
Item
Print Adjust
Factory Default
Trans. Black Setting
0
Trans. Color Setting
0
BG Setting
Cyan
0
Magenta
Yellow
Black
0
0
0
Cyan
0
Magenta
Yellow
Black
0
0
0
Sets values to make a fine adjustment if
the printing result is faded or there are
dust specks on the print when printing in
OHP and black mode. Decrease the value
when there are dust specks in the area
printed with high density. Increase the
value when the printing result is faded.
Sets values to make a fine adjustment if
the printing result is faded or there are
dust specks on the print when printing in
OHP and color mode. Decrease the value
when there are dust specks in the area
printed with high density. Increase the
value when the printing result is faded.
Corrects variations in print results caused
by temperature and humidity conditions
and differences in print density and
frequency. Change the setting if the print
quality is uneven.
Corrects variations in print results
caused by temperature and humidity
conditions and difference in print density
and frequency. Change the setting if the
background is dark.
HU Setting
Off
VL Cleaning
Gloss Mode
(NULL)
Off
Drum Cleaning
Off
High Humid Mode
Moisture Control
Off
Off
Narrow Paper Speed
(Except C813/C823)
Mode1
Warmup Control
Quiet Mode (Except C813/C823)
Off
Off
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This must be set when the printer is used
again after not being used for an extended
period.
Used when vertical white streaks appear.
Sets On/Off for High Gloss print mode.
Sets whether to perform drum rotating
before printing to reduce lateral white
lines on the print. Note that drum rotating
shortens the ID life.
Sets the curling reduction mode to on/off.
Sets whether to enable the condensation
control.
Sets the printing speed of narrow paper.
Normal: Do not change printing speed
when printing narrow paper.
Mode1: Change printing speed to slow
when printing narrow paper.
Mode2: Do not change printing speed
when printing narrow paper, but when it
switches to print wide paper, it takes same
time to remove hotoffset.
Sets how warmup is performed.
Sets print speed in low speed.
3
3. Changing Printer Settings
SMR Setting
Description
Changing the Equipment Settings
Admin Setup
Item
Network
Setup
3
3. Changing Printer Settings
USB Setup
Print Setup
Factory Default
Enabling Default Gateway Wired
(When Wireless LAN is
installed)
Wired
Enable
TCP/IP
Enable
Description
Sets which default gateway to be enabled
between wired LAN or wireless LAN.
Sets whether to enable wired LAN.
Sets whether to enable TCP/IP.
NetBIOS over TCP
IP Address Set
IPv4 Address
(When IP Address Set is
[Manual])
Subnet Mask
(When IP Address Set is
[Manual])
Gateway Address
(When IP Address Set is
[Manual])
DHCPv6
Enable
Auto
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Sets whether to enable NetBIOS over TCP.
Sets the setting method of IP address.
Sets the IP address.
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Sets the subnet mask.
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Sets the gateway (default router) address.
Disable
Web
Telnet
FTP
IPSec
Enable
Disable
Disable
Disable
SNMP
Network Scale
Enable
Normal
Gigabit Network
Disable
Hub Link Setting
Network Factory Defaults
USB
Auto Negotiate
(NULL)
Enable
Selects enable / disable of DHCP when IPv6 is
used.
Sets whether to enable Web.
Sets whether to enable Telnet.
Sets whether to enable FTP.
Displayed only when [IPSec] is enabled and only
the change to disable is available.
Sets whether to enable SNMP.
When [Normal] is selected, the printer works
effectively even if connected to a hub that has
the spanning tree feature. However, the start-up
time of printer becomes longer when the printer
is connected to a small LAN that consists of two
or three computers.
Sets whether to enable access with Gigabit
Ethernet.
Sets the method for linking to a hub.
Resets the Network Setup menu.
Sets able/disable of USB I/F.
Speed
Soft Reset
Serial Number
Offline Receive
480Mbps
Disable
Enable
Disable
USB Memory Interface
Connected Host
Enable
Normal
Personality
Copies
Duplex
Binding
Media Check
Auto
1
On
Long Edge
Enable
A4/Letter Override
Yes
Resolution
600dpi
Sets of the max. USB I/F transfer speed.
Sets Enable/Disable of Soft Reset command.
Specifies Enable/Disable of a USB serial number.
Sets whether to receive data when an alarm is
present. (Except C813/C823)
Sets able/disable of USB memory I/F.
Sets “SPECIFIC” to enable printing from the
specific host when the printer is connected to
the specific host by USB.
Selects the printer language.
Sets the number of copies.
Sets the duplex printing.
Sets the binding position for duplex printing.
Sets whether to check if the paper size of the tray
and the page size of the document do not match.
Sets whether to use Letter size paper when A4
is specified but there is no A4 paper, and A4
paper when Letter size is specified but there is
no Letter size paper.
Sets the resolution.
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Changing the Equipment Settings
Item
Print Setup
Toner
Save
Factory Default
Toner Save
Level
Color
PCL Setup
Sets the toner save level.
All
Sets whether to apply the toner save mode to
the 100% black color.
Sets the print mode for black-and-white pages.
Sets the print orientation. Not available for PS
data.
Sets the size of the printable page area when no
command to specify the paper edit size is sent
from the computer.
Sets the default width of the custom paper.
Auto
Portrait
Edit Size
Cassette Size
X Dimension
L1 Tray
210millimeters
or
8.5inches
297millimeters
or
11inches
Type1
Network Protocol
RAW
USB Protocol
RAW
PDF Paper Size
Current Tray Size
PDF Scaling Size
99%
Font Source
Font Number
Font Pitch
Resident
IO
10.00 CPI
Font Height
12.00 point
Symbol Set
A4 Print Width
PC-8
78 column
White Page Skip
Off
CR Function
CR
LF Function
LF
Print Margin
True Black
Normal
Off
Pen Width Adjust
On
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Sets the default length of the custom paper.
Sets the paper tray number for the Level 1
operator.
Type 1: The effective number for paper tray
starts from 1.
Type 2: The effective number for paper tray
starts from 0.
Sets the PS communication protocol mode for
JCI-NIC.
Sets the PS communication protocol mode for
USB.
Sets the paper size when printing with PDF
Direct Print.
Sets reduction rate for PDF when [PDF Paper
Size] is set to [Scaling Size].
Sets the location of the PCL default font.
Sets the PCL font number.
Sets the width of the PCL default font.
Available range: 0.44 to 99.99 CPI. (0.01CPI
increments)
Sets the height of the PCL default font. The
height is displayed to two decimal points (at
0.25 point intervals).
Selects a PCL symbol set.
Sets the number of columns for automatic
line feed on A4 paper for PCL. The number
of columns is based on when the font pitch is
10CPI and the Auto CR/LF mode is set to off.
Sets whether to eject a blank page when an FF
command (0CH) is received in PCL.
Sets the printer operation when a CR code is
received in PCL.
Sets the printer operation when a LF code is
received in PCL.
Sets the non-printable area of page.
PCL: Sets whether to use composite black
(CMYK mixed) or true black (K only) for the
100% black area of an image.
Adjusts the width of thin lines so that the lines
become visible.
3
3. Changing Printer Settings
PS Setup
Off
Mono-Print Mode
Default Orientation
Y Dimension
Description
Changing the Equipment Settings
Item
PCL Setup
3
3. Changing Printer Settings
XPS Setup
SIDM Setup
IBM PPR
Setup
Factory Default
Tray ID# MP Tray
4
Tray 1
1
Tray 2
5
Tray 3
20
Tray 4
21
DigitalSignature
DiscardControl
MC Mode
Unzip Mode
White Page Skip
SIDM Manual ID#
Off
Auto
On
Speed
Off
2
SIDM Manual2 ID#
3
SIDM MP Tray ID#
4
SIDM Tray1 ID#
1
SIDM Tray2 ID# (When
tray2 is installed)
SIDM Tray3 ID# (When
tray3 is installed)
SIDM Tray4 ID# (When
tray4 is installed)
Character Pitch
Font Condense
Character Set
Symbol Set
Letter O Style
5
10 CPI
12CPI to 20CPI
SET-2
IBM-437
Disable
Zero Character
Line Pitch
White Page Skip
Normal
6 LPI
Off
CR Function
LF Function
Line Length
CR
LF
80 column
6
7
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Description
Sets a number of MP tray for the paper feed
destination command (ESC&l#H) in PCL5
emulation.
Sets a number of tray 1 for the paper feed
destination command (ESC&l#H) in PCL5
emulation.
Sets a number of tray 2 for the paper feed
destination command (ESC&l#H) in PCL5
emulation.
This menu is displayed only when the tray 2 is
installed.
Sets a number of tray 3 for the paper feed
destination command (ESC&l#H) in PCL5
emulation.
This menu is displayed only when the tray 3 is
installed.
Sets a number of tray 4 for the paper feed
destination command (ESC&l#H) in PCL5
emulation.
This menu is displayed only when the tray 4 is
installed.
Sets the DigitalSignature function.
Sets the DiscardControl function.
Sets the MarkupComaptibility function.
Sets the extraction method for XPS files.
Sets whether to eject a blank page in XPS.
Sets up Pn specified in MANUAL by MANUAL-1 ID
No.FX/PPR Emu in CSF control command (ESC
EM Pn).
Sets up Pn specified in MANUAL by MANUAL-2 ID
No.FX/PPR Emu in CSF control command (ESC
EM Pn).
Sets up Pn specified TRAYO (MP Tray) by MP
Tray ID No.FX/PPR Emu in CSF control command
(ESC EM Pn).
Sets up Pn specified TRAY 1 by Tray 1 ID No.FX/
PPR Emu in CSF control command (ESC EM Pn).
Sets up Pn specified TRAY 2 by Tray 2 ID No.FX/
PPR Emu in CSF control command (ESC EM Pn).
Sets up Pn specified TRAY 3 by Tray 3 ID No.FX/
PPR Emu in CSF control command (ESC EM Pn).
Sets up Pn specified TRAY 4 by Tray 4 ID No.FX/
PPR Emu in CSF control command (ESC EM Pn).
Specifies character pitch in IBM PPR emulation.
Specifies 12CPI pitch for Condense Mode.
Sets a character set.
Sets a symbol set.
Specifies the style that replaces φ(9B)and
¥ (9D) with φ(ou) and Φ(zero).
Specifies the style of 0(zero).
Sets line space.
Sets ejecting or not ejecting a blank sheet.
Available only when simplex is set.
Sets performance when CR code is received.
Sets performance when LF code is received.
Specifies the number of characters per line.
Changing the Equipment Settings
Item
IBM PPR
Setup
Form Length
TOF Position
Left Margin
Fit to Letter
Text Height
Continuous Paper Mode
Enable
or
Disable
Same
Off
Character Pitch
Character Set
Symbol Set
Letter O Style
10 CPI
SET-2
IBM-437
Disable
Zero Character
Line Pitch
White Page Skip
Normal
6 LPI
Off
CR Function
Line Length
Form Length
CR
80 column
11 inch
or
11.7 inch
0.0 inch
0.0 inch
TOF Position
Left Margin
Fit to Letter
Private Print
Setup
(When SD
Memory card
is installed)
11 inch
or
11.7 inch
0.0 inch
0.0 inch
Description
Specifies the length of paper.
Sets the position from the top edge of paper.
Sets the amount to shift the horizontal print
start position to the right.
Sets the printing mode that can fit print data,
equivalent to 11 inches (66 lines), in the
LETTER-size printable area.
Sets height of a character.
Sets to Landscape the edit direction of paper
supported by A3 printer.
Specifies character pitch.
Specifies a character set.
Specifies a symbol set.
Specifies the style that replaces φ(9B) and
¥ (9D) with φ (ou) and Φ (zero).
Specifies the style of O (zero).
Sets line spacing
Sets whether ejecting a blank sheet or not.
Available only when simplex is set.
Sets performance when CR code is received.
Specifies the number of characters per line.
Specifies the length of paper.
Text Height
Continuous Paper Mode
Enable
or
Disable
Same
Off
Verify job option
Disable
Erase job option
No overwrite
Keep job for
2 hours
Job Limitation
Disable
Verify job password
Off
Job Auto Search
On
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Sets the position from the top edge of paper.
Sets the amount of shifting the horizontal print
start position to the right.
Sets the printing mode that can fit print data,
equivalent to 11 inches (66 lines), in the Lettersize printable area.
Sets height of a character.
Sets to Landscape the edit direction of paper
supported by A3 printer.
Sets whether to verify a job before printing.
If enabled, the machine verifies that the job is
not altered before starting printing. The security
is enhanced, however it will take longer to start
printing.
Sets how to delete a job.
You can overwrite deleted data so that it will not
be restored.
If enabled, it will take longer to delete.
Sets the storage period of jobs.
If the set period elapses after jobs are stored,
the jobs will be automatically deleted.
Sets whether to save a restricted print job.
If [Private Print Only] is selected, print jobs
other than private print are not accepted.
Sets whether to verify a job password when the
access control is enabled.
Sets whether to search a job at the same time
as unlocking the panel lock when the access
control is enabled.
3
3. Changing Printer Settings
EPSON FX
Setup
Factory Default
Changing the Equipment Settings
Item
Color Setup
3
3. Changing Printer Settings
Panel Setup
Ink Simulation
Off
UCR
Low
CMY 100% Density
Disable
CMYK Conversion
On
Near Life Status
Enable
Near Life LED
Enable
Idle Display
Toner Gauge
Panel Contrast
0
Buzzer Setup Paper Jam Error Buzzer
Volume
Time Setup
Date Format
Time Zone
Daylight Saving
Power Setup
Tray Setup
Others Setup
Factory Default
Setting method
SNTP Server (Primary)
SNTP Server (Secondary)
Time Setting
Auto Power Off
Unit of Measurement
Default Paper Size
RAM Setup Receive
Buffer Size
Resource
Save
Flash
Initialize
Memory
Setup
SD Card
Initialize
Setup
Format
Partition
Erase SD
Card
Off
dd/mm/yyyy
or
mm/dd/yyyy
+0:00
Off
Description
The built-in unique process simulation engine
enables the printer to simulate the standard
printing colors.
Selects the limit value of toner layer thickness.
When paper curl occurs in dark color printing,
selecting [Medium] or [High] may reduce the
volume of curl.
Selects whether to enable 100% output for the
CMY100% tone value.
When [OFF] is selected, the printer simplifies the
conversion process of CMYK data in PostScript
printing, which reduces processing time.
Sets whether to display the warning that informs
the drum, fuser, or belt is near the end of life on
the LCD display.
Sets the LED lamp control of the warning that
informs the toner, drum, fuser, or belt is near
the end of life.
Selects the information shown on the display
during idling.
Adjusts the contrast of the LCD of operation
panel.
Sets the buzzer volume when paper JAM
occurred.
Sets the date display format.
Maual Setup
Primary
Secondary
01/01/2000 0:00
Auto Config
millimeter or inch
A4 or Letter
Auto
Sets the time zone (difference from GMT).
Sets whether to enable the Daylight Saving
mode.
Sets the time setup method.
Sets the primary SNTP sever.
Sets the secondary SNTP sever.
Sets the time.
Sets the auto power off function.
Specifies the unit of custom paper size.
Sets Default paper size.
Sets the size of receive buffer.
Off
Sets the size of resource saving area.
(Null)
Initializes Flash Memory.
(Null)
Initializes SD Card.
PCL
Formats a specified partition.
(Null)
Deletes it not to be able to restore data of a SD
card.
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Changing the Equipment Settings
Item
Others Setup
Storage
Common
Setup
Job Log
Setup
Language
Setup
Job Cancel
Setup
Near Life
Setup
Check File
System
(Null)
Check All
Sectors
(Null)
Enable
Initialization
Save Job
Log
Clear Job
Log
Access
Control
User
Counter
Report
Select
Language
Cancel Key
Behavior
Inquiry
Display
Focus
Position
Display
Timeout
Drum Near
Life Timing
No
Fuser Near
Life Timing
Belt Near
Life Timing
Erase Privacy Data
Change
Password
Disable
Resolves any mismatch between actual memory
and displayed memory available in a file
system and performs administration data (FAT
information) recovery.
Performs recovery of a defective sector
information and a file system mismatch as
mentioned above.
Prevents a setting change accompanying
initialization of SD Card or FLASH Memory.
Sets Enable/Disable the saving job logs.
(Null)
Clears the saved job logs.
Disable
Sets the Access Control.
(Null)
Prints the user counter report.
English
Selects display language for the LCD panel and
Report Prints.
Sets the behavior responding to the job cancel
button.
Sets whether to display the job cancellation
confirmation window or not.
Sets which option should be focused on in the
job cancellation confirmation window, Yes or No.
Sets the display timeout value for the job
cancellation confirmation window.
Sets the timing for the near life warning for the
drum cartridges.
Short
On
Yes
180
3000
Business
Phone
Cooperation
Connection
IP Address
Connection
Port No.
Reset Settings
Disable
Sets the timing for the near life warning for the
fuser unit.
Sets the timing for the near life warning for the
belt unit.
Deletes the registered privacy data.
Display condition: The job accounting is invalid.
Sets Enable/Disable the CrosCore cooperation.
0.0.0.0
Sets the IP address of the CrosCore connection.
59000
Sets the Port No. of the CrosCore connection.
(NULL)
Save Settings
Restore Settings
New Password
(NULL)
(NULL)
(NULL)
Verify Password
(NULL)
Resets EEPROM of CU to initialize the user menu
settings.
Saves the current menu settings.
Restores the stored menu settings.
Sets a new password to enter the [Admin Setup]
menu and [Boot Menu].
Enters the new password set in [New Password]
to verify.
Enters the password consisting of 6 to 12 digits
with alphanumeric characters (lower case).
Business
Phone
Setup
Settings
Description
2500
2000
(Null)
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3
3. Changing Printer Settings
Security
Setup
Factory Default
Changing the Equipment Settings
Calibration
Item
3
Factory Default
3. Changing Printer Settings
Auto Density Mode
Adjust Density
On
(NULL)
Adjust Registration
Color Density Cyan Density
Magenta Density
Yellow Density
Black Density
Print Color Tuning Pattern
(NULL)
0
0
0
0
(NULL)
Cyan Tuning
Highlight
0
Mid-Tone
0
Dark
0
Highlight
0
Mid-Tone
0
Dark
0
Magenta
Tuning
Yellow Tuning Highlight
0
Mid-Tone
0
Dark
0
Highlight
0
Mid-Tone
0
Dark
0
Black Tuning
Description
Selects [On] or [Off] for auto adjusting density.
Adjusting density is performed right after this
menu is selected.
Color registration adjustment is performed.
Adjusts Cyan density.
Adjusts Magenta density.
Adjusts Yellow density.
Adjusts Black density.
Prints a test page for checking the adjusting
value to be entered for any other C/M/Y/K
Tuning menus.
Adjusts the highlight tone (light color) of cyan.
The tone becomes darker in plus direction and
becomes lighter in minus direction.
Adjusts the mid tone of cyan.
The tone becomes darker in plus direction and
becomes lighter in minus direction.
Adjusts the dark tone (dark color) of cyan.
The tone becomes darker in plus direction and
becomes lighter in minus direction.
Adjusts the highlight tone (light color) of
magenta.
The tone becomes darker in plus direction and
becomes lighter in minus direction.
Adjusts the mid tone of magenta.
The tone becomes darker in plus direction and
becomes lighter in minus direction.
Adjusts the dark tone (dark color) of magenta.
The tone becomes darker in plus direction and
becomes lighter in minus direction.
Adjusts the highlight tone (light color) of yellow.
The tone becomes darker in plus direction and
becomes lighter in minus direction.
Adjusts the mid tone of yellow.
The tone becomes darker in plus direction and
becomes lighter in minus direction.
Adjusts the dark tone (dark color) of yellow.
The tone becomes darker in plus direction and
becomes lighter in minus direction.
Adjusts the highlight tone (light color) of black.
The tone becomes darker in plus direction and
becomes lighter in minus direction.
Adjusts the mid tone of black.
The tone becomes darker in plus direction and
becomes lighter in minus direction.
Adjusts the dark tone (dark color) of black.
The tone becomes darker in plus direction and
becomes lighter in minus direction.
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Changing the Equipment Settings
Google Cloud Print
Item
Factory Default
Print Manually
Delete Registered Information
Register to Google Cloud Print
Google Cloud
Using Cloud Service
Print Settings
DNS Server (Primary)
0.0.0.0
0.0.0.0
Disable
(Null)
8080
(Null)
(Null)
Sets the secondary DNS server.
Selects Enable/Disable using the proxy sever.
Sets the proxy server.
Sets the proxy server port No..
Sets the proxy user ID.
Sets the proxy password.
Enable
Wireless(Infrastructure) Setting (When Wireless LAN is installed)
Item
Factory Default
Wireless(Infrastructure)
Network
IP Address Set
Setting
IPv4 Address
Automatic
setup (WPS)
Wireless
Network
Selection
Description
Disable
Auto
Sets whether to enable Wireless (Infrastructure).
Sets the method of assigning an IP address.
Subnet Mask
Gateway Address
193.168.101.100
255.255.255.0
0.0.0.0
Sets the Wireless LAN IP address.
Sets the Wireless LAN subnet mask.
Sets the Wireless LAN gateway address.
DHCPv6
Disable
WPS-PBC
WPS-PIN
(A list of access point
name found in the
search)
Manual
SSID
Setup
Security
(Null)
(Null)
Specifies whether to enable DHCP when using
IPv6.
WPS-PBC is executed.
WPS-PIN is executed.
Displays a list of wireless LAN access points’
names that are found in a search.
(Null)
Disable
WEP Key
(Null)
WPA
Encryption
Type
WPA Preshared Key
AES
Enters an SSID.
Selects the security of the wireless LAN
function.
[WPA-EAP] and [WPA2-EAP] can be set only
on the Web.
Displays if [Security] is set to [WEP].
Enter the WEP key.
Selects a WPA2-PSK encryption type.
Displays if [WPA-PSK] or [WPA2-PSK] is
selected for [Security].
Enters the Pre-shared Key.
Displays if [WPA-PSK] or [WPA2-PSK] is
selected for [Security].
Executes the wireless(Infrastructure) settings.
Wireless(Infrastructure) reconnection is
executed.
(Null)
Execute
Wireless reconnection
(Null)
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3
3. Changing Printer Settings
DNS Server (Secondary)
Proxy
Proxy Server
Proxy Server Port No
Proxy User ID
Proxy Password
Description
Prints by manual operation.
Deletes the registered Google Cloud Print
Information.
Registers the Google Cloud Print Information.
Selects Enable/Disable using the Cloud
service.
Sets the primary DNS server.
Changing the Equipment Settings
Wireless(AP Mode) Setting (When Wireless LAN is installed)
Item
3
Factory Default
Description
3. Changing Printer Settings
Wireless(AP Mode)
Automatic Setup (PushButton)
Disable
Sets whether to enable Wireless(AP Mode).
Connects automatically (push button) using
Wireless(AP Mode).
Manual Setup
(Null)
(Null)
(Null)
(Null)
192.168.110.100
Displays SSID of Wireless(AP Mode).
Displays the password of Wireless(AP Mode).
Sets SSID of Wireless(AP Mode).
Sets the password of Wireless(AP Mode).
Sets the password of Wireless(AP Mode).
Execute the wireless(AP Mode) settings.
Sets whether or not to disclose the AP
mode information to users other than the
administrator.
SSID
Password
Connection
SSID
Setting
Password
IPv4 Address
Execute
AP Mode User Setting
Don’t disclose use
Boot Menu
To display the [Boot Menu], turn on the power while pressing the <ENTER> button.
Item
Network Factory Defaults
Wireless Module
SD Card Setup
Enable SD Card
(When SD Memory
card is installed)
Storage Common
Setup
Factory Default
Disable
Yes
Check File System
(Null)
Check All Sectors
(Null)
Menu Lockout
Off
Panel Lockout
Off
Description
Initializes the network menu.
Sets to Enable the Wireless Module.
If the printer is not able to turn on due to a
damaged SD memory card, selecting [No]
enables the printer to turn on as if there is no
SD memory card installed even if an SD memory
card is installed to the printer. (When SD
Memory Card is installed)
Resolves mismatch between the actual
(available) memory and the available memory
displayed and performs recovery of the
administration data (FAT information) for a file
system. This operation is applied to each file
system. (When SD Memory Card is installed)
Performs recovery of the defective sector
information on SD memory card and resolves
mismatch between the actual (available)
memory and the available memory displayed.
(When SD Memory Card is installed)
Sets on/off the menu lockout function.
On: Menus exept for “Print Secure Job” become
invisible.
Off: This function does not work.
Sets On/Off of Panel-key Lockout function.
Mode1: All keys except for Online, OK, Cancel,
Power Save, and Help, aren’t have any reaction.
Mode2: All keys except for Online, OK aren’t
have any reaction.
Off: This function does not work.
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Changing the Equipment Settings
Print Statistics
Item
Factory Default
Usage Report
Maintenance Counter
Enable
Disable
Reset Main Counter
Reset Supplies Counter
(NULL)
(NULL)
Change Password
New Password
(NULL)
Verify Password
(NULL)
Description
Sets whether to enable the usage report.
Sets whether to report or not the Maintenance
Counter.
Resets the main counter.
Resets the count of the number of times
consumables are replaced.
Sets a new password to enter the [Print
Statistics] menu.
Enters the new password set in [New Password]
to verify.
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3. Changing Printer Settings
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4.Using Utility Software
This chapter explains useful software functions for using your printer.
„„
Overview of Utilities
The following is a list of utilities that you can use for your printer. For details on how to use these
utilities, refer to their respective sections.
Utilities common to Windows/Mac OS X
4
Item
Function
Scope
4. Using Utility Software
Color Correct Utility
Printing
PS Gamma Adjuster Utility
Printing
Details
System
Requirements
Refer to
Adjusts color matching. It
●● Windows 10/Windows 8.1/ page. 50
can adjust the tone of palette
Windows 8/Windows 7/
color output. Also, you can
Windows Vista/
adjust the hue and change
Windows Server 2016/
the overall shade of the color
Windows Server 2012 R2/
output.
Windows Server 2012/
Windows Server 2008 R2/ page. 56
You can adjust the density
Windows Server 2008
of pictures by adjusting the
●
●
Mac OS X 10.8.5-10.12
CMYK color and halftone
density of each color.
Windows Utilities
Item
Function
Scope
Configuration Tool
Printer
settings
Color Swatch Utility
Printing
PDF Print Direct
Printing
OKI LPR Utility
Printing
Details
Registers the network
settings of the printer or
an ICC profile in the SD
memory card of this printer,
and manages the settings or
profile. The registered ICC
profile can be used for the
color matching function in
the [Graphic Pro] mode of
the printer driver. Registering
and deleting form data and
managing stored jobs are
also available.
Prints a color swatch. You
can use this utility to check
printed colors. This utility is
automatically installed when
installing a print driver.
Prints out PDF files without
launching the application.
System
Requirements
Refer to
Windows 10/Windows 8.1/ page. 83
Windows 8/Windows 7/
Windows Vista/Windows
Server 2016/Windows
Server 2012 R2/Windows
Server 2012/Windows
Server 2008 R2/Windows
Server 2008
Windows 10/Windows 8.1/ page. 43
Windows 8/Windows 7/
Windows Vista/Windows
Server 2016/Windows
Server 2012 R2/Windows
Server 2012/Windows
page. 86
Server 2008 R2/Windows
Server 2008
You can print a document
Windows 10/Windows 8.1/ page. 87
via the network connection,
Windows 8/Windows 7/
manage print jobs, and check Windows Vista/Windows
the printer status. And, when Server 2016/Windows
an IP address of a printer
Server 2012 R2/Windows
is changed, the setting is
Server 2012/Windows
changed automatically.
Server 2008 R2/Windows
Server 2008
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Overview of Utilities
Item
Network Extension
Function
Scope
Details
Managing You can check the printer
the printer settings from the print
driver, and can set options.
This utility is automatically
installed when installing
a print driver through a
network connection.
System
Requirements
Refer to
Windows 10/Windows 8.1/ page. 89
Windows 8/Windows 7/
Windows Vista/Windows
Server 2016/Windows
Server 2012 R2/Windows
Server 2012/Windows
Server 2008 R2/Windows
Server 2008
Mac OS X Utilities
Item
Network Card Setup
Function
Scope
Printer
settings
Details
System
Requirements
Refer to
You can configure settings for ●● Mac OS X 10.8.5-10.12 page. 91
the network.
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4. Using Utility Software
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Installing Utilities
„„
Installing Utilities
If there is a utility that you would like to use,
follow the procedure below for Windows. For Mac
OS X, you can copy it by dragging and dropping
to the place you want. You can also run this
directly from the Software DVD-ROM.
3 Copy the folder you want to install by
dragging and dropping to the folder you
want.
computer.
4. Using Utility Software
3 Select a language from the drop-down
computer.
folder.
1 Insert the Software DVD-ROM into your
2 Click [Run Setup.exe].
1 Insert the Software DVD-ROM into the
2 Double click the [OKI] > [Utilities]
For Windows
4
For Mac OS X
Memo
If the [User Account Control] dialog box
appears, click [Yes].
●● To launch, double click the utility icon within the folder.
list.
4 Read the license agreement, and then
click [Accept].
5 Read Environmental advice for Users and
click [Next].
6 Select [Network] or [USB]
corresponding to your connection
environment, and then click [Next].
If the [Windows Security Alert] dialog box is
displayed, click [Allow access].
7 Select the model name of this machine,
and then click [Next].
8 Click [Custom Install].
9 Click [Separate Install].
10 Click a driver or software to install.
11 Select plug-ins you want to install and
click [Install].
12 When installation is complete, click
[Close].
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Utilities common to Windows/Mac OS X
„„
Utilities common to Windows/Mac OS X
This section explains web pages that can be used by both Windows and Mac OS X.
When using web pages, the following conditions must be met.
●● TCP/IP must be enabled.
●● One of the following must be installed: Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or later, Safari 3.0 or later, or
Firefox 3.0 or later.
Memo
●● Either set your web page security settings to a medium level, or enable cookies.
●● In order to access the [Admin Setup] menu, the administrator password is required. The default password is “999999”.
Web page
Logging In as the Administrator
You can carry out the following operations from
the web page.
Note
4
●● You must be authorized as the administrator.
●● The default administrator password of the printer is
“999999”.
●● Create profiles.
●● Configure tray, network, function default, and
printer settings.
1 Click [Administrator Login] on the
main page.
●● Display the job list.
●● Print out a PDF without a printer driver.
●● Configure the auto delivery and transmission
data save functions.
●● Link to frequently used web pages.
Memo
●● In order to change the printer settings on the web page,
you need to be logged in as the administrator.
Reference
●● For details on how to configure the network settings,
refer to “Changing Network Settings From the Web Page”
P.92.
Accessing the Printer Web page
2 Enter “admin” in [Username] and
enter the administrator password in
[Password], and then click [OK].
1 Launch your web browser.
2 Type in “http:// (printer’s IP address)”
For Mac OS X, type in “Admin” for [Name] and
enter the printer administrator’s password in
[Password], and then click [Login].
in the address bar and press the
<Enter> key.
Reference
●● For the printer's IP address, please refer to the User's
Manual (Setup).
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4. Using Utility Software
Memo
●● Display the printer status.
Utilities common to Windows/Mac OS X
Checking Printer Status
3 Click [SKIP].
If you have made changes to the settings on this
screen, click [OK].
You can check the status of your printer from
the web page.
1 Launch your web browser and enter the
printer’s IP address.
The status of the printer is displayed.
Memo
●● When logging in as the administrator, you can also click
[Status Window] in order to view the simplified display
of the printer status.
Changing Printer Settings
4
You can change the main unit’s settings from the
web page.
4. Using Utility Software
1 Launch your web browser and log in as
the administrator.
The menus available only for the administrator
will be displayed.
2 Change the settings and click [Submit].
Changing the Administrator’s
password
Getting the Date and Time
Automatically
You can change the printer administrator’s
password from the web page.
The administrator’s password set on the web
page can be used when logging into the printer
through the operator panel or through the web
page.
You can get date and time information
automatically from an internet time server, and
reflect this on your printer.
1 Launch your web browser and log in as
the administrator.
Memo
●● The password should be 6-12 characters long, and should
be in one-byte (alphanumeric) characters.
2 Select [Admin Setup].
●● The password is case sensitive.
3 Select [Network Setup] > [SNTP].
1 Launch your web browser and log in as
4 Specify your time zone.
the administrator.
2 Select [Admin Setup].
5 Select [Enable] from [SNTP].
3 Select [Management] > [Change
6 Enter the SNTP server in [SNTP Server
4 Enter a new password in [New Admin
7 If required, enter another SNTP server in
5 Reenter the password in [Verify Admin
8 Click [Submit].
(Primary)].
Password].
[SNTP Server (Secondary)].
Password].
Password].
The entered password will not be displayed. Write
down your password and store it in a safe place.
6 Click [Submit].
The network system reboots to enable the new
settings.
Memo
●● You do not need to restart the printer. Next time when
you log in as the administrator, use the new password.
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The network system reboots to enable the new
settings.
Windows Utilities
„„
Windows Utilities
This section explains utilities you can use in Windows.
Configuration Tool
2 Select [Register Device] from the
[Tools] menu.
In the Configuration Tool, you can manage
multiple units and change settings.
Search results are displayed.
3 Select the printer and click [Register].
4 On the confirmation screen, click [Yes].
Removing a Printer
You can remove a registered printer.
[Registered device Table].
2 Select [Remove device].
3 On the confirmation screen, click [Yes].
The Configuration Tool functions are as follows.
Checking the Status of the Printer
●● Display device information
You can check the status and information of the
printer.
●● Registering and managing an ICC profile
●● Registering and deleting form data
1 Select the printer from the [Registered
●● Managing stored jobs
Device Table].
●● Network settings
2 Select the [Device Info] tab.
Setup
Memo
Plugins can be installed if necessary.
●● When the printer is connected to the network,
[Device Status] will be displayed.
The following 2 types of plugin are available.
●● If you want to update information, click [Update Device
Information].
●● Network Setting Plugin
●● Storage Manager Plugin
Memo
●● You can install additional plugins later.
Reference
●● For how to install Configuration Tool, please refer to
“Installing Utilities” P.80.
Registering the Printer
When using the Configuration Tool or introducing
a new printer, register the printer in the
Configuration Tool.
1 Select [Start], [All Programs] >
[Okidata] > [Configuration Tool] >
[Configuration Tool].
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4. Using Utility Software
1 Right-click the printer from
4
Windows Utilities
Network Setting Plugin
Storage Manager Plugin
You can set the network with the Configuration
Tool. Prior to setting, please install the Network
Setting plugin.
Using Storage Manager Plug-in makes it possible
to manage jobs to be stored in devices and store
forms, fonts, and ICC profiles used for printing.
Reference
●● For how to install Configuration Tool, please refer to
“Installing Utilities” P.80.
„„ Icon
The meaning of each icon is as shown below.
Icon
„„ Icon
The meaning of each icon is as shown below.
Icon
Opens an existing project.
Details
Overwrites and saves the file with the
currently selected project.
Assigns a new name to the currently
selected project and stores it to a file.
Adds a file to a project.
Searches again for the printer.
4
Changes search conditions for the printer.
Changes IP address for the printer.
4. Using Utility Software
Restarts the printer.
Deletes the selected file from the project.
Changes network password.
Displays the Filter Macro File dialog box.
Displays the printer web page.
Converts the currently selected project into
a format that is downloadable directly into
a device, and creates a new file.
Sends an existing download file to the
device selected in the device selection
area.
Sends the currently selected project to
the device selected in the device selection
area.
Sends the file selected from the project
window to the device selected in the device
selection area.
Displays a Job Management window for
the device selected in the device selection
area.
Displays an Administrator Functions
window for the device selected in the
device selection area.
„„ Searches for the machine on the
network
Searches for the printer.
1 Select [Network Setting] from the
[Plug-ins] menu.
2 Select [Discover Devices].
Search results are displayed.
„„ Change the IP Address
Changes IP address for the printer.
1 Select the printer from the device list.
2 Click
icon.
3 Change the settings as required.
4 Click [OK].
5 Enter the administrator password and
click [OK].
The default administrator password of the printer
is “999999”.
6 Click [OK] to restart the printer.
Details
Creates a new project.
Registering an ICC Profile
You can register and edit printer profiles.
The following explains some of the functions.
Note
●● When using the profile manager, please install the User
Setting plugin.
Reference
●● For how to install the plugin, please refer to “Setup” P.83.
„„ Registering an ICC Profile
1 Select [Storage Manager] from the
[Plug-ins] menu.
2 Click
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icon and create a new project.
Windows Utilities
4 Create a form you want to register on
3 Click
icon and select [Color
matching file (.ICC, .ICM)] from the
file extension list.
the printer.
When using the Windows PCL printer driver, go to
step 9.
4 Select a profile you want to register and
5 Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
then click [Open].
5 Select the type of the profile you want to
register from [FILE TYPE].
7 Select the [Job Options] tab, and click
6 Click [Component] of the registered
[Overlay].
profile, and [Storage Manager] dialog
is displayed.
8 Select [Create Form].
7 Select a number you want to register for
the profile.
9 Start a print job.
10 Enter the file name you would like to
save as.
8 Enter comments in [Comment] field, if
11 Return to [Printer Port] from the
9 Click [OK].
10 Select the printer from the device list.
„„ Registering a Form on the Printer
Using the Storage Manager Plugin
11 Click
1 Click
icon.
2 Click
icon, and select the created
[Ports] tab.
necessary.
icon and send the registered
profile to the printer.
12 Check that the completion message is
displayed and click [OK].
Registering Forms (Form Overlay)
You can create and register overlays such as
logos or forms for printing. This explains how to
register forms.
form.
3 Click the form file.
4 Enter the [ID], and click [OK].
Note
●● Do not change [Target Volume] and [Path].
Memo
Reference
●● When using the Windows PS printer driver, enter
[Component].
●● For how to print overlays, please refer to “Overlay
Printing” P.34.
Memo
●● When using a Windows PS printer driver, administrator
privileges are required.
„„ Create a Form
1 Click [Start] and then select
[Devices and Printers].
2 Right click the Your Printer icon, and
select the type of driver you need from
[Properties].
5 Select the device in the device selection
area at the bottom of the Storage
Manager Plug-in window.
6 Select [Send Project Files to Printer]
from the [Projects] menu.
7 Click
icon.
8 Click [OK].
3 Select the [Ports] tab, check [FILE:]
from [Print Port], and click [OK].
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4
4. Using Utility Software
The registered numbers are displayed in yellow
back ground.
6 Click [Preferences].
Windows Utilities
Check the Free Space in SD Memory
Cards or Flash Memory
PDF Print Direct
You can send a PDF file to the printer and print
it directly. With PDF Print Direct, the procedure
for opening PDF files with applications such as
Adobe Reader has been omitted.
You can check the free space in SD memory
cards and flash memory.
1 Clicking a device name in the device
selection area at the bottom of the
Storage Manager Plug-in window opens
a device resource window of the selected
device.
2 The dialog box shows storage, partitions,
4
directories and files by communicating
with the device.
Reference
●● For how to install PDF Print Direct, please refer to
“Installing Utilities” P.80.
Printing a PDF file
1 Check that the [Your Printer(*) ] icon
is in the [Devices and Printers] folder.
2 Right-click the PDF you would like to
4. Using Utility Software
Delete Unwanted Jobs From an SD
Memory Card
print, and select [PDF Print Direct].
A window is displayed.
You can delete print jobs in an SD memory
card’s [COMMON] partition.
3 Select the printer driver from [Select
Printer].
Memo
When setting the user verification function on the
selected printer driver, select [User Auth] from
the [Printer Settings] menu.
●● Even after a confirmatory printing or saving of print data,
as the job remains in the [COMMON] partition, if it is not
deleted the capacity of the SD card will decrease.
Note
4 If you want to print an encrypted file,
●● Encrypted authorized prints cannot be deleted on the
Storage Manager Plug-in.
put a check in [Set Password] and
enter the password.
1 Clicking
icon, opens the Job
Management dialog.
In order to use the same password after this,
click [Save Password].
2 To view a specific user’s print jobs, enter
the password and click [Apply job
password].
To view all print jobs, enter the
administrator password and click
[Apply administrator password].
“Administrator password” is the
password for administration of the
device.
5 Change the setting if necessary, and
click [Print].
3 Select the job you want to delete and
click
icon.
4 Click [OK].
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Windows Utilities
Downloading Files
OKI LPR Utility
You can download a file to the printer you have
added to the OKI LPR utility.
You can use the OKI LPR utility to perform a
print job via network, manage print jobs, and
check the printer status.
1 Launch the OKI LPR utility.
Reference
2 Select the download destination printer.
●● For how to install OKI LPR utility, please refer to
“Installing Utilities” P.80.
3 Select [Download] from the [Remote
Print] menu.
4 Select a file and click [Open].
Displaying the Printer Status
In order to use OKI LPR Utility, TCP/IP must be
activated.
1 Launch the OKI LPR utility.
3 Select [Printer Status] from [Remote
●● Please use the standard TCP/IP port.
Print].
Launching the Utility
Checking/Deleting/Forwarding Jobs
1 Click [Start], and select [All Programs] >
[Okidata] > [OKI LPR Utility] > [OKI
LPR Utility].
Adding a Printer
You can confirm and delete print jobs. Also, if
you cannot print because the selected printer is
busy, offline or out of paper, you can forward the
print jobs to another OKI printer.
Note
●● Print jobs can only be forwarded to the same OKI printer
as the one you are using.
You can add a printer to the OKI LPR utility.
●● Before forwarding a job, you need to add another same
OKI printer.
Note
●● Administrator privileges are required.
●● If you cannot add a printer in Windows, shut down
the OKI LPR utility, click [Start] > [All Programs] >
[Okidata] > [OKI LPR Utility] > [OKI LPR Utility], and
then select [Run as administrator] to launch.
1 Launch the OKI LPR utility.
2 Select [Job Status] from the [Remote
Print] menu.
Memo
●● You cannot add the printer already registered in the
OKI LPR utility. If you want to change the port, select
[Confirm Connections] in [Remote Print] menu.
3 If you want to delete a print job, select
the job and then select [Delete Job]
from the [Job] menu.
1 Launch the OKI LPR utility.
2 Select [Add Printer] from the [Remote
4 If you want to forward a print job, select
Print] menu.
3 Select [Printer Name] and enter the IP
address.
Network printers and printers connected to the
LPR port are not displayed.
4 When selecting a network printer, select
[Discover].
5 Click [OK].
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the job and then select [Redirect] from
the [Job] menu.
4. Using Utility Software
2 Select a printer.
Note
●● The OKI LPR utility cannot be used for shared printers.
4
Windows Utilities
Forwarding Jobs Automatically
6 Click [Options].
If you cannot print because the selected printer
is busy, offline or out of paper, you can configure
the settings to forward the print jobs to another
OKI printer automatically.
7 Click [Add].
Note
●● Print jobs can only be forwarded to the same OKI model
printer as the one you are using.
●● Before forwarding a job, you need to add another same
OKI printer.
●● This requires administrator rights.
1 Launch the OKI LPR utility.
4
2 Select the printer you would like to set.
4. Using Utility Software
3 Select [Confirm Connections] from
[Remote Print] menu.
8 Enter the IP address of the printer for
simultaneously printing and click [OK].
9 Click [OK].
Opening a Webpage
You can open the printer web page from the OKI
LPR utility.
1 Launch the OKI LPR utility.
2 Select a printer.
3 Select [Web Setting] from the
[Remote Print] menu.
4 Click [Advanced].
Memo
●● You cannot open the web page when the web port
number has been changed. Carry out the following
procedure, and reconfigure the OKI LPR utility port
number.
5 Select the [Automatic Job Redirect
Used] checkbox.
6 To forward jobs only when errors occur,
a Select a printer.
select the [Redirect only at the time
of an error] checkbox.
b Select [Confirm Connections] from
[Remote Print].
7 Click [Add].
c Click [Advanced].
8 Enter the IP address of the printer to
forward to, and click [OK].
d Enter the port number into [Port
Numbers].
9 Click [OK].
e Click [OK].
Printing with Multiple Printers
You can print with multiple printers with a single
command.
Note
●● This function sends remote print jobs to multiple printers
and prints simultaneously.
●● Administrator privileges are required.
1 Launch the OKI LPR utility.
2 Select the printer you would like to
Adding Comments to Printers
You can add comments to the printers added
into the OKI LPR utility in order to identify them.
1 Launch the OKI LPR utility.
2 Select a printer.
3 Select [Confirm Connections] from
[Remote Print].
configure.
3 Select printer [Confirm Connections]
from [Remote Print] menu.
4 Enter a comment and click [OK].
5 Select [Show comments] from the
[Option] menu.
4 Click [Details].
5 Select the [Print to more than one
printer at a time] checkbox.
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Windows Utilities
Automatically Configuring the IP
Address
You can set it to ensure that the connection with
the original printer is maintained even if the
printer’s IP address is changed.
Network Extension
In Network Extension, you can check the
settings on the printer and set the composition
of the options.
Memo
●● The IP address may change if DHCP is being used
to dynamically assign IP addresses or the network
administrator manually changes the printer’s IP address.
Note
●● Administrator privileges are required.
1 Launch the OKI LPR utility.
4
2 Select [Setup] from the [Option]
menu.
and click [OK].
Uninstalling the OKI LPR Utility
In order to use Network Extension, TCP/IP must
be activated.
Note
Note
●● Administrator privileges are required.
1 Confirm that the OKI LPR utility is
closed.
2 Click [Start], and then select [All
Programs] > [Okidata] > [OKI LPR
Utility] > [Uninstall OKI LPR Utility].
If the [User Account Control] dialog box
appears, click [Yes].
3 On the confirmation screen, click [Yes].
●● Administrator privileges are required.
Memo
●● Network Extension is automatically installed when
installing a print driver through a TCP/IP network.
●● Network Extension is operated in conjunction with
the print driver. You cannot opt to only have Network
Extension installed.
●● Network Extension only functions when the printer driver
is connected to OKI LPR port or the standard TCP/IP port.
Launching the Utility
To use Network Extension, open the printer
properties screen.
1 Click [Start] and then select
[Devices and Printers].
2 Right click the printer icon and select
[Printer properties].
Checking Printer Settings
You can check the settings of the printer.
Memo
●● If you use Network Extension in an environment that is
not supported, the [Option] tab may not be displayed.
1 Open the printer properties screen.
Reference
●● “Launching the Utility” P.89
2 Select the [Status] tab.
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4. Using Utility Software
3 Select the [Auto Reconnect] checkbox
Windows Utilities
3 Click [Update].
TELNET
4 Click [OK].
You can configure settings with Telnet
commands.
Reference
●● Click [Web Setting] to automatically launch the web
page. You can change printer settings on this web page
screen. For details, refer to “Web page” P.81.
Note
●● Telnet access to the printer settings is turned off in the
initial settings.
In order to use Telnet commands, set [Telnet] to [Active],
either on the webpage or on the printer control panel.
Setting Options Automatically
You can get the composition of options of the
connected printer and automatically set the print
driver.
Memo
4
●● You cannot configure this when using Network Extension
in unsupported environments.
●● For Windows 7/Windows Vista/Windows Server 2008 R2/
Windows Server 2008, Telnet commands are inactive in
the initial settings.
In order to use Telnet commands, select [Start] > [Control
Panel] > [Programs] > [Programs & Functions] >
[Activate or Deactivate Windows Functions]. Set
[Telnet Client] to active in the displayed dialog box.
Memo
4. Using Utility Software
●● For the next procedure, the following environment will be
used as an example. The details may differ depending on
the OS you are using.
„„ For Windows PCL drivers.
1 Open the printer properties screen.
-- OS: Windows 7
Reference
-- IP Address: 192.168.0.2
●● “Launching the Utility” P.89
-- MAC Address: 00:80:87:84:9C:9B
2 Select the [Device Options] tab.
1 Click [Start] and select [All
Programs] > [Accessories] >
[Command Prompt].
3 Click [Get Printer Settings].
4 Click [OK].
2 Following “(Driver Password): /Users/
Username>” enter “ping (Space) printer
IP Address”. Press the <Enter> key and
check that access is enabled.
„„ For Windows PS Drivers
1 Open the printer properties screen.
E.g.: “C:/Users/WINDOWS > ping 192.168.0.2”
Reference
●● “Launching the Utility” P.89
3 Following “telnet (Space)”, enter the
IP address of the printer and press the
<Enter> key in order to access the
printer through Telnet.
2 Select the [Device Settings] tab.
3 Click [Get installable options
automatically] and then click [Setup].
E.g.: “C:/Users/WINDOWS>telnet 192.168.0.2”
4 Click [OK].
4 After “login:”, enter “root” and press the
<Enter>.
Uninstalling the Utility
5 If a prompt is displayed, enter your
password following “Password” and press
the <Enter> key.
1 Click [Start], and then select
[Control Panel] > [Add or Remove
Programs].
Enter E.g: “password: 849C9B”.
Memo
2 Select [OKI Network Extension] and
●● The default "root" password is the last 6
alphanumerical digits of the printer's MAC address.
click [Remove].
3 Follow the instructions on the screen and
6 If a menu command is displayed, enter
the menu number you would like to
change, and press the <Enter> key.
complete the uninstallation.
7 Change the settings if necessary.
8 Save settings and log out of the printer.
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Mac OS X Utilities
„„
Mac OS X Utilities
This section explains utilities you can use in Mac OS X.
Network Card Setup
You can use the Network Card Setup to
configure the network.
Configuring Web Settings
You can launch the web page, and configure the
printer network settings.
„„ Enabling Web Settings
1 Select [Web Page Settings...] from the
[Printer] menu.
2 Select [Enable] and click [Set].
3 Enter your password into [Enter
Password] and click [OK].
-- The default password is the last 6
alphanumerical digits of the MAC address.
Note
●● Configure the TCP/IP settings.
Configuring the IP Address
1 Launch Network Card Setup.
Reference
●● “Installing Utilities” P.80
-- The password is case sensitive.
4 Click [OK] on the confirmation window.
„„ Opening a Web page
1 Launch Network Card Setup.
2 Select the printer.
2 Select the printer.
3 Select [IP Address...] from the
3 Select [View Printer Web Pages] from
[Printer] menu.
the [Printer] menu.
The web page will start, and the printer status
page will be displayed.
4 Configure the settings if necessary and
click [Save].
5 Enter the password and click [OK].
-- The default password is the last 6
alphanumerical digits of the Mac address.
Quitting Network Card Setup
1 Select [Quit] from the [File] menu.
-- The password is case sensitive.
6 Click [OK] to activate the new settings.
Restart the printer network card.
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4. Using Utility Software
In order to use Network Card Setup, TCP/IP
needs to be activated.
4
5.Network Settings
This chapter explains network settings for your printer.
„„
Network Setting Items
This section explains the items that can be set with network functions.
You can print the network setting list and check the current network settings by pressing the
button and selecting [Print Information] > [Network] > [Execute] on the operator panel.
or
Reference
●● For details on how to print the network settings list, refer to “Printing Out Print Information” P.58.
You can change the network settings from your printer’s web page, Configuration Tool, TELNET, and
Network Card Setup. For the menus available for each utility, refer to the following tables.
5 „„
Changing Network Settings From the Web Page
5. Network Settings
This section explains how to change the network settings from the printer’s web page.
To access the printer’s web page, your computer must meet the following conditions.
●● TCP/IP must be enabled.
Memo
●● Ensure that the security setting of the web browser is set to a medium level.
●● To enter the [Admin Setup] menu, it is necessary to log in as the administrator. The factory default administrator password is
“999999”.
Reference
●● Some of the following settings can be performed on other utilities. For details, refer to “Network Setting Items” P.92.
Informing the End of Consumable Life
and Errors by E-mail (E-mail Alert)
1 Access the printer’s web page and log in
as the administrator.
You can set the printer to send an error
notification e-mail when an error occurs. You can
set when to be notified:
●● On a periodical basis
●● Only when an error occurs
2 Select [Admin Setup].
3 Select [Network] > [E-mail] > [Alert
Settings].
4 Follow the on-screen instructions of
[E-mail Send Settings] to specify
detailed settings.
Configuring Your Printer
You can configure the settings for e-mail alert
using the web page.
5 If necessary, you can configure
[Security settings], [Configure
attached information], and [Others]
below [Set detail of the SMTP
Protocol].
Memo
●● When you specify a domain name in [SMTP Server],
configure the DNS server in the [TCP/IP] setting.
●● You need to set the mail server to allow the printer to
send E-mail. For details on the mail server setting, ask to
your network administrator.
6 Click [Submit].
The network card reboots to enable the new
settings.
●● If you use Internet Explorer 7, be sure to configure
the settings below before you send a test mail. In the
browser, select [Tools] > [Internet Options], then
click [Custom Level] on the [Security] tab. Then
select [Enable] in [Allow websites to prompt for
information using scripted windows].
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Changing Network Settings From the Web Page
Periodic Alerts
Controlling Access Using IP
Address (IP Filtering)
1 Access the printer’s web page and log in
as the administrator.
You can control access to the printer using
IP addresses. You can set whether to allow
configuration or printing from the IP addresses
specified. By factory default, IP filtering is
disabled.
2 Select [Admin Setup].
3 Select [Network] > [E-mail] >
[Alert Settings].
4 Enter an e-mail address in the
Note
●● Be sure to specify the correct IP address. If you specify a
wrong IP address, you cannot access the printer using the
IP protocol.
[Address] of [Alert Settings], to
receive the alerts.
5 Click [Setting] for the specified address.
[Copy] is useful when you want to apply the alert
conditions to another address.
6 Follow the on-screen instructions to
specify detailed settings.
●● When you enable IP filtering, access by hosts that are not
specified in these steps is rejected.
Memo
●● You can use only IPv4 for IP filtering.
1 Access the printer’s web page and log in
as the administrator.
7 Click [OK].
8 Click [View a summary of current
You can also check the current settings of up to
two addresses on the main window. Select the
desired addresses to check from the list box.
2 Select [Admin Setup].
3 Select [Network] > [Security] >
[IP Filtering].
4 Follow the on-screen instructions to
specify detailed settings.
9 Click [Submit].
Note
The network card reboots to enable the new
settings.
●● If nothing is registered in [Administrator IP
Address that has been registered], you may
not be able to access the printer depending on the
specified IP address range.
Memo
●● Alert e-mail will not be sent if errors to notify about have
not occurred.
●● If you use a proxy server, [Your Current Local
Host/Proxy IP Address] and the IP address of
your host may not match.
Alert When Error Occurs
5 Click [Submit].
The network card reboots to enable the new
settings.
1 Perform steps 1 to 6 in “Periodic Alerts”
P.93.
When an error or warning requiring notification is
selected, a window will display to specify the time
between error occurrence and sending the alert.
2 Specify the time before sending error
alerts and then click [OK].
If you specify a longer time, you are only notified
of persisting errors.
3 Click [OK].
4 Click [View a summary of current
configuration] to check the current settings,
and then click [X] to close the window.
You can also check the current settings of up to
two addresses on the main window. Select the
desired addresses to check from the list box.
5 Click [Submit].
The network card reboots to enable the new
settings.
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5. Network Settings
configuration] to check the current settings,
and then click [X] to close the window.
5
Changing Network Settings From the Web Page
Controlling Access Using MAC
Address (MAC Address Filtering)
Printing Without Printer
Driver (Direct Print)
You can control access to the printer using MAC
addresses. You can allow or reject access from
the specified MAC addresses.
Printing PDF Files
Note
●● Be sure to specify the correct MAC address. If you specify
the wrong MAC address, you cannot access the printer via
a network.
Memo
●● Additional RAM memory may be necessary depending on
the PDF file.
Memo
●● You cannot specify to accept or to reject for each address
individually.
●● Printing may not be correct depending on the PDF file.
When printing is not correct, open the file with Adobe
Reader and then print.
1 Access the printer’s web page and log in
as the administrator.
5
You can print PDF files without installing the
printer driver. Specify the file you want to print
on the web page and send it to the printer.
1 Access the printer’s web page.
2 Select [Admin Setup].
2 Click [Direct Print].
3 Select [Network] > [Security] >
3 Select [Web Printing].
[MAC Address Filtering].
5. Network Settings
4 Follow the on-screen instructions to
4 Follow the on-screen instructions to
specify detailed settings.
specify detailed settings.
5 Check the settings and then click
Note
[Print].
●● If nothing is registered in [Administrator MAC
Address that has been registered], you may
not be able to access the printer depending on the
specified MAC address.
The data is sent to the printer and the printing is
started.
●● If you use a proxy server, [Your Current Local
Host/Proxy MAC Address] and the MAC address of
your host may not match.
5 Click [Submit].
The network card reboots to enable the new
settings.
Configuring Server to Print Files
Attached to E-mails
You can print a file that the printer receives as
an attachment to an e-mail.
Memo
●● Up to 10 files can be printed. The maximum size for each
file is 8 MB.
●● PDF files can be printed.
●● Additional RAM memory may be necessary depending on
the PDF file.
●● Printing may not be correct depending on the PDF file.
When printing is not correct, open the file with Adobe
Reader and then print.
„„ Configuration for POP
1 Access the printer’s web page and log in
as the administrator.
2 Select [Admin Setup].
3 Select [Network] > [E-mail] >
[Receive Settings].
4 Select [POP3] and then click
[To STEP2].
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Changing Network Settings From the Web Page
5 Follow the on-screen instructions to
Encrypting Communication by
SSL/TLS
specify detailed settings.
Memo
●● Be sure to specify the correct settings for your mail
server. If you enable APOP when your mail server
does not support the APOP protocol, e-mails may not
be received correctly.
●● When you specify a domain name for the mail server,
configure the DNS server in the [TCP/IP] setting.
You can encrypt communication between your
computer and this machine. Communication is
encrypted with SSL/TLS in the following cases.
When you set HTTPS communication, you can use
a certificate that is pre-installed in this machine.
6 Click [Submit].
Creating a Certificate
„„ Configuration for SMTP
You can create a certificate on the web page.
The following two certificates are available.
1 Access the printer’s web page and log in
as the administrator.
2 Select [Admin Setup].
●● A self-signed certificate.
●● A certificate created by a certificate authority.
Note
4 Select [SMTP] and then click [To
●● If you set the IP address in [Common Name] of the
certificate and change the IP address of this machine after
creating the certificate, the certificate becomes invalid.
Recreate the certificate.
[Receive Settings].
STEP2].
5 Follow the on-screen instructions to
1 Access the printer’s web page and log in
as the administrator.
specify detailed settings.
6 Click [Submit].
2 Select [Admin Setup].
3 Select [Network] > [Security] >
[SSL/TLS].
4 Select a certificate type.
5 Enter the required information in
[Common Name], [Organization], etc.
6 Click [Submit].
The information entered is displayed.
7 Check the information entered and click
[OK].
When you are creating a self-signed certificate,
the setting procedure is finished. Follow the onscreen instructions and close the web page.
When you are obtaining a certificate issued by a
certificate authority, go to step 8.
8 Follow the on-screen instructions to send
a CSR to a certificate authority.
9 Follow the on-screen instructions to install
a certificate from the certificate authority.
Copy the text between [----- BEGIN CERTIFICATE
-----] and [----- END CERTIFICATE -----], and
paste it in the text box.
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5
5. Network Settings
3 Select [Network] > [E-mail] >
●● Before you create a certificate, be sure to delete the
existing certificate.
Changing Network Settings From the Web Page
10 Click [Submit].
The setting procedure for a certificate issued by a
certificate authority is finished.
4 Select [Select a shared printer by
name].
5 Enter “http://your printer’s IP address/
ipp” or “http://your printer’s IP address/
ipp/lp” and then click [Next].
Opening the Web Page
Memo
6 Click [Have Disk].
●● Ensure to enable the protocol on which encryption is
applied in “Enabling Encryption” P.96.
7 Insert the software DVD-ROM into the
1 Launch a web browser.
computer.
2 Enter “https://your printer’s IP address”
8 Enter the following value in
in the URL address bar and then press
the <Enter> key.
[Copy from], and then click [Use].
-- For PCL driver, “D:\Drivers\EN\PCL”.
-- For PS driver, “D:\Drivers\EN\PS”.
Memo
●● In the above examples, the DVD-ROM drive is setup
as the D drive.
5
5. Network Settings
IPP Printing
9 Select the NFL file and click [Open].
IPP printing allows you to transmit your print job
data from your computer to the printer via the
Internet.
10 Click [OK].
„„ Enabling IPP Printing
12 Click [Next].
IPP printing is disabled by factory default. To
perform IPP printing, enable IPP first.
11 Select a model and click [OK].
13 Click [Finish].
1 Access the printer’s web page and log in
14 Print the test page after installation is
2 Select [Admin Setup].
„„ Setting Up Your Printer As an IPP
Printer (for Mac OS X Only)
complete.
as the administrator.
3 Select [Network] > [IPP] >
[Settings].
4 Select [Enable] in [IPP].
Add the printer to your computer as an IPP
printer.
1 Insert the software DVD-ROM into the
computer and install the driver.
5 Click [Submit].
„„ Setting Up Your Printer As an IPP
Printer (for Windows Only)
Add the printer to your computer as an IPP
printer.
1 Click [Start] and select [Devices and
Printers] > [Add a printer].
2 On the [Add Printer] wizard, select
[Add a network, wireless or
Bluetooth printer].
3 In the list of available printers, select
[The printer that I want isn’t listed].
Reference
●● "User's Manual (Setup)"
2 Select [System Preferences] from the
Apple menu.
3 Click [Print and Fax].
4 Click [+].
5 Click the [IP] tab.
6 From [Protocol], select [IPP (Internet
Printing Protocol)].
7 Enter the printer’s IP address in
[Address].
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8 Enter “ipp/Ip” in [Queue].
Encrypting Communication by
IPSec
9 Click [Add].
You can encrypt communication between your
computer and the printer.
10 Click [Continue].
11 Confirm that the printer is registered in
The communication is encrypted by IPSec. When
IPSec is enabled, encryption is applied for all the
applications using IP protocols.
[Printers & Scanners].
„„ Performing IPP Printing
You can specify up to 50 hosts by their IP
addresses. When a host that is not registered
tries to access the printer, it is rejected. When
you try to access a host that is not registered,
the attempt is invalid.
Memo
●● The following steps are explained using NotePad as an
example. The steps and menus may differ depending on
the application you use.
1 Open the file you want to print.
Be sure to configure the printer before
configuring your computer.
2 From the [File] menu, select [Print].
3 Select the IPP printer you created from
Memo
●● You must have a pre-shared key readied in advance.
[Select Printer], and then click [Print].
Configuring Your Printer
Note
●● When you enable IPSec, communication with a host not
specified in this procedure is rejected.
Memo
●● Be sure to make a note of the values you specify in these
steps. They are necessary when you configure the IPSec
settings on your computer.
1 Access the printer’s web page and log in
as the administrator.
2 Select [Admin Setup].
3 Select [Network] > [Security] >
[IPSec].
4 Follow the on-screen instructions to
specify detailed settings.
Memo
●● Either [ESP] or [AH] must be enabled in the
configuration for "Phase2 Proposal".
5 Click [Submit].
The network card reboots to enable the new
settings.
Note
●● If you were unable to set up IPSec because of an
inconsistency between the parameters that were
specified, you will be unable to access the web page. In
this case, either disable IPSec from the operation panel of
the printer, or initialize the network settings.
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5. Network Settings
In order to enable IPSec, your printer must first
be configured from the web page.
5
Changing Network Settings From the Web Page
Configuring Your Computer
[Diffie-Hellman group] at the time of configuration
for "Phase1 Proposal" in “Configuring Your Printer”
P.97.
Memo
●● Be sure to configure the printer before configuring your
computer.
15 Click [OK].
1 Click [Start] and select [Control Panel] >
16 On the [Key Exchange Security
2 Double-click [Local Security Policy].
17 On the [Key Exchange Settings]
[Administrative Tools].
3 On the [Local Security Policy] window,
click [IP Security Policies on Local
Computer].
window, click [OK].
18 On the IP security policy properties
window, select the [Rules] tab.
4 From the [Action] menu, select [Create
IP Security Policy].
5
Methods] window, click [OK].
19 Click [Add].
20 On the [Security Rule Wizard], click
[Next].
5 On the [IP Security Policy Wizard],
click [Next].
21 On the [Tunnel Endpoint] screen,
5. Network Settings
select [This rule does not specify a
tunnel] and then click [Next].
6 Enter a [Name] and a [Description]
and then click [Next].
22 On the [Network Type] screen, select
7 Deselect the [Activate the default
[All Network Connections] and then
click [Next].
response rule (earlier versions of
Windows only)] check box and then
click [Next].
23 On the [IP Filter List] screen, click
[Add].
8 Select [Edit Properties] and then click
[Finish].
24 On the [IP Filter List] window, click
[Add].
9 On the IP security policy properties
window, select the [General] tab.
25 On the [IP Filter Wizard], click [Next].
10 Click [Settings].
26 On the [IP Filter Description and
Mirrored Property] screen, click
[Next].
11 On the [Key Exchange Settings]
window, enter a value (minutes) for
[Authenticate and generate a new
key after every].
27 On the [IP Traffic Source] screen, click
[Next].
Note
●● Specify the same value as [Lifetime] specified in the
configuration for "Phase1 Proposal" in “Configuring
Your Printer” P.97. Although [Lifetime] is specified
in seconds, enter a value in minutes for this step.
12 Click [Methods].
13 On the [Key Exchange Security
Methods] window, click [Add].
14 Specify [Integrity algorithm],
[Encryption algorithm] and
[Diffie-Hellman group].
28 On the [IP Traffic Destination] screen,
click [Next].
29 On the [IP Protocol Type] screen, click
[Next].
30 Click [Finish].
31 On the [IP Filter List] window, click
[OK].
32 On the [Security Rule Wizard], select
the new IP filter from the list and then
click [Next].
Note
●● Select the same value that was specified
in [IKE Encryption Algorithm],
[IKE Hush Algorithm], and
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47 Click [Finish].
33 On the [Filter Action] screen, click
[Add].
48 On the IP security policy properties
34 On the [Filter Action Wizard], click
window, click [OK].
[Next].
49 On the [Local Security Policy] window,
35 On the [Filter Action Name] screen,
select the new IP security policy.
enter a [Name] and a [Description]
and then click [Next].
50 From the [Action] menu, select
36 On the [Filter Action General Options]
screen, select [Negotiate security] and
then click [Next].
37 On the [Communicating with
[Assign].
51 Make sure that for the new IP security
policy, [Policy Assigned] is displayed
as [Yes].
52 Click [X] on the [Local Security Policy]
computers that do not support
IPsec] screen, select [Do not allow
unsecured communication] and then
click [Next].
screen.
5
38 On the [IP Traffic Security] screen,
5. Network Settings
select [Custom] and then click
[Settings].
39 On the [Custom Security Method
Settings] window, configure the
settings and then click [OK].
Note
●● Configure the AH and ESP settings to the same
settings as configured for the "Phase2 Proposal" in
“Configuring Your Printer” P.97.
40 On the [IP Traffic Security] screen,
click [Next].
41 Select [Edit Properties] and then click
[Finish].
42 On the filter action properties window,
select [Use session key perfect
forward secrecy (PFS)] if you want to
enable Key PFS.
43 Select [Accept unsecured
communication, but always respond
using IPsec] if you perform IPSec
communication by the IPv6 global
address.
44 Click [OK].
45 Select [New Filter Action] and then
click [Next].
46 On the [Authentication Method]
screen, select the authentication method
you want and then click [Next].
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Changing Network Settings From the Web Page
Using SNMPv3
Using IPv6
When you use a SNMP manager that supports
SNMPv3, management of the printer can be
encrypted by SNMP.
Your printer supports IPv6. The printer obtains
the IPv6 address automatically. You cannot set
the IPv6 address manually.
1 Access the printer’s web page and log in
as the administrator.
The printer supports the following protocols.
●● For Printing:
-- LPR
2 Select [Admin Setup].
-- IPP
3 Select [Network] > [SNMP] >
-- RAW (Port9100)
[Settings].
4 Follow the on-screen instructions to
specify detailed settings.
5
-- FTP
●● For Configuration:
-- HTTP
5 Click [Submit].
The network card reboots to enable the new
settings.
-- SNMPv1/v3
-- Telnet
Operation is confirmed under specific conditions
for the following applications.
5. Network Settings
Protocol
LPD
Port9100
FTP
HTTP
Telnet
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OS
●● Windows 10
●● Windows 8.1
●● Windows 8
●● Windows 7
●● Windows
Vista
●● Windows 10
●● Windows 8.1
●● Windows 8
●● Windows 7
●● Windows
Vista
●● Windows 10
●● Windows 8.1
●● Windows 8
●● Windows 7
●● Windows
Vista
●● Mac OS X
●● Windows 10
●● Windows 8.1
●● Windows 8
●● Mac OS X
Application Condition
LPR
(Command
Prompt)
*1, 2, 3
LPRng
*1, 2, 3
FTP
(Command
Prompt)
*1, 2, 3
FTP (Terminal) *1, 2, 3
Internet
*1, 2, 3
Explorer 9.0
Safari (2.0v412.2)
●● Windows 10 Telnet
●● Windows 8.1 (Command
●● Windows 8 Prompt)
●● Windows 7
●● Windows
Vista
●● Mac OS X
Telnet
(Terminal)
*1, 2,
3, 4
*1, 2, 3
*1, 2, 3
Changing Network Settings From the Web Page
*1) T
o specify a host name, edit the host’s
file or access via the DNS server.
*2) T
With Telnet, when only IPv6 is enabled
you cannot specify a host name by the
DNS server.
*3) Y
ou cannot specify a host name when
you use a link local address to access.
*4) E
nter an IPv6 address enclosed with
square brackets.
Using IEEE802.1X
Your printer supports IEEE802.1X authentication.
Be sure to configure the printer and your
computer before performing the following steps.
Reference
●● For details on the initial setup and the IP address, refer to
the User’s Manual (Setup).
Note
●● To use IPv6 on Windows XP, install IPv6.
Configuring Your Printer for
IEEE802.1X
Checking IPv6 Address
The IPv6 address is automatically assigned.
„„ Using PEAP
1 Select [View Info].
1 Access the printer’s web page and log in
as the administrator.
2 Select [Network] > [TCP/IP].
Memo
●● When the global address is displayed only as zeros, it may
be an error due to the router being used.
●● You can also check the IPv6 address in the network report
from the printer by pressing the
or
button and then
selecting [Print Information] > [Network]. For details
on the report and how to print it, refer to “Printing Out
Print Information” P.58.
3 Select [Network] > [IEEE802.1X].
4 Select [Authenticate Server] and then
click [Import].
5 Enter the file name of the CA certificate
and then click [OK].
Specify a certificate issued by the certificate
authority from which the RADIUS server obtained
a certificate. A PEM, DER, and PKCS#7 file can be
imported.
6 Click [Return to Previous Page].
7 Select [Enable] for [IEEE802.1X].
8 Select [PEAP] for [EAP Type].
9 Enter a user name in [EAP User].
10 Enter a password in [EAP Password].
11 Click [Submit].
The network card reboots to enable the new
settings.
12 When the standby screen appears on the
printer, turn off the printer.
13 Go to “Connecting Your Printer to an
Authentication Switch” P.102.
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5
5. Network Settings
Reference
2 Select [Admin Setup].
Changing Network Settings From the Web Page
„„ Using EAP-TLS
3 Connect the Ethernet cable to the
authentication port of an authentication
switch.
1 Access the printer’s web page and log in
as the administrator.
4 Turn on the printer.
2 Select [Admin Setup].
5 Set up the printer.
3 Select [Network] > [IEEE802.1X].
Reference
●● For details on the initial setup, refer to the User's
Manual (Setup).
4 Select [Not use SSL/TLS Certificate
for EAP authentication] and then click
[Import].
5 Enter the file name of the certificate.
Only a PKCS#12 file can be imported.
6 Enter the password of the certificate and
then click [OK].
5
Setting Wireless LAN (WPA/WPA2EAP)
Make a setting in the [IEEE802.1 X] menu
before making this setting.
1 Open the Web page of this machine.
7 Click [Return to Previous Page].
2 Log in as the administrator.
8 Select [Authenticate Server] and then
3 Click [Admin Setup].
5. Network Settings
click [Import].
4 Select [Network Menu] > [Wireless
9 Enter the file name of the CA certificate
(Infrastructure)] > [Manual Setup].
and then click [OK].
Specify a certificate issued by the certificate
authority from which the RADIUS server obtained
a certificate. A PEM, DER, and PKCS#7 file can be
imported.
5 Select [Enable] for
[Wireless(Infrastructure)] in [Basic
Settings].
6 Enter SSID name for wireless access
10 Click [Return to Previous Page].
point you want to connect in [SSID].
11 Select [Enable] for [IEEE802.1X].
7 Select [WPA/WPA2-EAP] for
[Security] in [Security Settings].
12 Select [EAP-TLS] for [EAP Type].
8 When all the settings in Basic Settings
13 Enter a user name in [EAP User].
14 Click [Submit].
The network card reboots to enable the new
settings.
15 When the standby screen appears on the
printer, turn off the printer.
16 Go to “Connecting Your Printer to an
Authentication Switch” P.102.
Connecting Your Printer to an
Authentication Switch
1 Make sure that the printer is turned off.
2 Connect an Ethernet cable to the
network interface port.
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and Security Settings are complete,
press [Submit] on the bottom left of
the web page to reflect the settings. It
may take approximately one minute to
establish the wireless AP connection.
If connection fails, retry the wireless
setting on the operator panel or switch
to a wired LAN on the operator panel,
and then retry the wireless setting on
the web page of the machine.
Other Operations
„„
Other Operations
This section explains how to initialize the network settings and how to set up your printer and computer
to use DHCP.
Initializing Network Settings
Note
●● This procedure initializes all the network settings.
1 Press
to select [Admin Setup] and
then press the <ENTER> button.
2 Enter the administrator password using
the numeric keypad.
The factory default administrator password is
“999999”.
5
3 Press the <ENTER> button.
4 Make sure that [Network] is selected
5. Network Settings
and then press the <ENTER> button.
5 Press
to select [Factory Defaults?]
and then press the <ENTER> button.
6 Make sure that [Execute] is selected
and then press the <ENTER> button.
The network settings are initialized.
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6.Troubleshooting
This chapter explains initializing, deleting and updating drivers.
„„
Initializing
This section explains how to initialize an SD memory card and flash memory and how to reset the
equipment settings to their defaults.
You can delete data or settings stored on the printer to restore the settings to how they were at the
time of purchase.
Note
●● To enable/disable the SD card, in the [Boot Menu] go to [SD Card Setup] > [Enable SD Card] and select [Yes]/[No].
●● To enable/disable SD card initialization, in the [Admin Setup] menu go to [Others Setup] > [Storage Common Setup] >
[Enable Initialization] and select [Yes]/[No].
Memo
●● In order to access the [Admin Setup] menu, an administrator password is required. The default password is “999999”.
6
Initializing an SD memory
card
Formatting the Entire Area
You can format the entire area of the SD
memory card installed in the printer.
6.Troubleshooting
Carry out initialization of an SD card when
inserting a card that has been used in other
equipment or when the SD Card is not properly
recognized.
Note
●● When you initialize the entire area of an SD memory card,
the following data is deleted.
An SD memory card is used as storage for
spooling when making multiple copies, for saving
secure print/ encrypted print data, and for form
data and macros. Initialization deletes stored
data.
An SD memory card has three partitions. They
are PS, Common, and PCL. When an SD memory
card is initialized, each partition is respectively
divided into the percentage specified (in the
factory default setting, PS: 30%, Common:
50%, PCL: 20%). You can also format particular
partitions individually.
If an SD memory card that has been installed to
another device is installed to the printer, or if the
SD memory card installed to the printer cannot
be detected anymore, [To SD format, press
[Enter] To shut down, press [Cancel]] may
appear on the display when the printer is turned
on. In such a case, press the [Enter]. (Data
stored in the SD memory card is deleted.)
If you select [Cancel], the device shuts down.
--Stored job data subject for [Shared Print], [Private
Print].
--Custom demo data
--Form data
1 Press
to select [Admin Setup] and
then press the <ENTER> button.
2 Enter the administrator password using
the numeric keypad.
The default password is “999999”.
3 Press the <ENTER> button.
4 press
to select [Others Setup] and
then press the <ENTER> button.
5 Press
to select [SD Card Setup] and
then press the <ENTER> button.
6 Make sure that [Initialize] is selected
and then press the <ENTER> button.
7 Make sure that [Execute] is selected
and then press the <ENTER> button.
A message appears notifying you that continuing
will automatically restart the system. Select
[Yes] to continue.
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Initializing
Formatting a Particular Partition
You can initialize a particular partition within the
SD memory card’s 3 partitions (PS, Common,
and PCL).
Initializing Flash Memory
Flash memory stores data such as form data,
etc.
Use the following steps to initialize.
Note
●● When you initialize a partition, the following data is
deleted.
Note
●● When you initialize flash memory, the following data is
deleted.
--PS: Form data in PS area
--Common: Job data and demo data stored with
[Private Print], [Shared Print].
--Custom demo data
--Form data
--PCL: Form data in the PCL area
1 Press
to select [Admin Setup] and
then press the <ENTER> button.
1 Press
to select [Admin Setup] and
then press the <ENTER> button.
2 Enter the administrator password using
2 Enter the administrator password using
the numeric keypad.
the numeric keypad.
The default password is “999999”.
The default password is “999999”.
3 Press the <ENTER> button.
3 Press the <ENTER> button.
4 press
to select [Others Setup] and
then press the <ENTER> button.
4 press
to select [Others Setup] and
then press the <ENTER> button.
5 Press
5 Press
to select [SD Card Setup] and
then press the <ENTER> button.
6 Press
to select [Format Partition]
and then press the <ENTER> button.
6 Make sure that [Initialize] is selected
and then press the <ENTER> button.
7 Press
to select the partition you
want to initialize and then press the
<ENTER> button.
7 Make sure that [Execute] is selected
and then press the <ENTER> button.
A message appears notifying you that continuing
will automatically restart the system. Select
[Yes] to continue.
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A message appears notifying you that continuing
will automatically restart the system. Select
[Yes] to continue.
6
6.Troubleshooting
to select [Flash Memory
Setup] and then press the <ENTER>
button.
Initializing
Resetting the Printer Settings
You can return the configured settings to their
default.
1 Press
to select [Admin Setup] and
then press the <ENTER> button.
2 Enter the administrator password using
the numeric keypad.
The default password is “999999”.
3 Press the <ENTER> button.
4 Press
to select [Settings] and then
press the <ENTER> button.
5 Press
to select [Reset Settings] and
then press the <ENTER> button.
6 Make sure that [Execute] is selected
and then press the <ENTER> button.
6
6.Troubleshooting
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Deleting or Updating the Printer Drivers
„„
Deleting or Updating the Printer Drivers
This section explains how to delete or update the printer drivers you are using.
Note
●● The procedure and display may differ according to the printer driver and version of Windows or Mac OS X you are using.
Deleting a Printer Driver
10 If the [Remove Driver and Package]
dialog box appears, click [Remove
driver only.] or [Remove driver and
driver package.] > [OK].
You can uninstall printer drivers.
For Windows
Note
●● If deletion is rejected, restart the computer, and
carry out procedures 4-10 again.
Note
●● You must be logged on as an administrator to complete
this procedure.
11 Click [Close] in the [Printer Server
●● Restart the computer before you remove a driver.
Properties] dialog box.
1 Click [Start] and then select
12 Restart the computer.
[Devices and Printers].
For Mac OS X
2 Right-click the Your Printer icon and
select [Remove device].
1 From the Apple menu, select [System
If you have specified multiple printer drivers,
select the type of driver you want to delete from
[Remove device].
Preferences].
[Yes].
3 Select the device you want to remove
and then click [-].
Note
●● If a message appears stating that the device is in
use, restart the computer and try again from step 1
to 2.
4 Close the [Printers & Scanners] dialog
box.
5 Insert the software DVD-ROM into the
4 Click [Printer server properties]
computer.
on the top bar with one of any icons
selected in [Printers and Faxes].
6 Double-click [OKI] > [Driver] >
[Printer] > [Uninstaller].
5 Select the [Drivers] tab.
6 If [Change Driver Settings] is
7 Check the device to delete displayed in
7 Select the printer driver you want to
8 Enter the administrator password using
the dialog box and click [OK].
displayed, click it.
the numeric keypad and click [OK]
twice.
remove and click [Remove].
8 If a message appears asking you
9 Remove the software DVD-ROM from the
whether to remove the printer driver
only or the printer driver and driver
package from your system, select
to remove the driver and the driver
package and then click [OK].
computer.
9 If a confirmation message appears, click
[Yes].
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6.Troubleshooting
3 If a confirmation message appears, click
2 Select [Printers & Scanners].
6
Deleting or Updating the Printer Drivers
4 Check the version information and then
Updating a Printer Driver
click [OK].
You can update printer drivers.
5 Delete the printer driver you want to
update.
For Windows PCL Printer Driver
Note
●● Delete all the printer drivers of the same type (PCL
and PS printer drivers) to ensure updating.
Note
●● You must be logged in as an administrator to complete
this procedure.
Reference
●● Restart the computer before you start removing a driver.
●● “Deleting a Printer Driver” P.107
1 Click [Start] and then select
6 Install a new printer driver.
[Devices and Printers].
Reference
●● For details on how to install a printer driver, refer to
the User’s Manual (Setup).
2 Right-click the Your Printer icon and
select [Printing preferences].
If you have installed multiple printer drivers,
select the type of driver you want to update from
[Printer Properties].
For Mac OS X
1 Delete the printer driver you want to
update.
3 Click [About] in the [Setup] tab.
6
Reference
4 Check the version information and then
●● “Deleting a Printer Driver” P.107
click [X].
2 Install a new printer driver.
5 Delete the printer driver you want to
Reference
6.Troubleshooting
update.
●● For details on how to install a printer driver, refer to
the User’s Manual (Setup).
Note
●● Delete all the printer drivers of the same type (PCL
and PS printer drivers) to ensure updating.
Reference
●● “Deleting a Printer Driver” P.107
6 Install a new printer driver.
Reference
●● For details on how to install a printer driver, refer to
the User’s Manual (Setup).
For Windows PS Printer Driver
Note
●● You must be logged in as an administrator to complete
this procedure.
●● Restart the computer before you start removing a printer
driver.
1 Click [Start] and then select
[Devices and Printers].
2 Right-click the Your Printer icon and
select [Printing preferences].
If you have installed multiple printer drivers,
select the type of driver you want to update from
[Printer Properties].
3 Select the [Print Options] tab, and
click [About].
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Index
A
O
Automatically set the date..... 82
Office Color......................... 44
B
Office Document................... 31
OKI LPR Utility..................... 40
Black Finish......................... 46
P
Blurred Fine Lines................. 28
C
Paper Size......................17, 22
Paper Tray........................... 17
Configuration Tool................. 83
PostScript............................ 40
Custom Sizes....................... 17
Print with a Password............ 32
D
R
Duplex Printing.................... 17
Repeated Printing................. 35
E
S
Elongated Printing................ 17
Setting Key.......................... 58
Enlarged Printing.................. 26
Simulations......................... 48
F
T
Forms................................. 34
TELNET........................ 92, 100
FTP................................... 100
G
Graphic Pro......................... 44
U
Uninstall
Printer Driver............. 107
L
W
LPD.................................. 100
Web Page............................ 92
M
Maintaining Paper Size.......... 30
Monochrome........................ 39
Multi Purpose Tray................ 19
N
Network Card Setup.............. 92
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