Quick Reference Guide
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Contents
1 Welcome .................................................................................1-1
Introduction ................................................................................................1-2
Additional Resources ................................................................................1-3
System Administration CD (CD1).................................................................1-3
Training and Information CD (CD2) .............................................................1-3
Utilities CD (CD3).........................................................................................1-3
Conventions ...............................................................................................1-4
Overview of Features at the Machine.......................................................1-6
Overview of Features at the Workstation ................................................1-8
Safety ..........................................................................................................1-9
Introduction ..................................................................................................1-9
Safety Notes.................................................................................................1-9
Product Labelling and Disposal .............................................................1-11
Environmental Compliance.....................................................................1-12
ENERGY STAR .........................................................................................1-12
Environmental ChoiceM .............................................................................1-12
Regulatory Information............................................................................1-13
FCC Part 15 ...............................................................................................1-13
ICES-003....................................................................................................1-13
US Regulatory Information for the Fax Kit option.......................................1-13
Canadian Regulatory Information for the Fax Kit option ............................1-15
Illegal Copying..........................................................................................1-16
2 Product Overview ..................................................................2-1
Introduction ................................................................................................2-2
Machine Components................................................................................2-3
Options........................................................................................................2-4
3 Getting Started.......................................................................3-1
Control Panel Overview.............................................................................3-2
Power On or Off..........................................................................................3-3
Loading Paper ............................................................................................3-4
Making Copies............................................................................................3-5
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Sending an Embedded Fax (optional)......................................................3-6
Sending a Server Fax (optional) ...............................................................3-7
Sending an Internet Fax (optional) ...........................................................3-8
Scanning a Document to a File (optional) ...............................................3-9
Sending an E-mail (optional) .................................................................. 3-10
Printing from a PC (optional) .................................................................. 3-11
Printing with Internet Services (optional) .............................................. 3-12
Logging On / Logging Off ....................................................................... 3-13
Customizing your Machine ..................................................................... 3-14
Further Assistance .................................................................................. 3-15
4 Copy ....................................................................................... 4-1
Copy ............................................................................................................4-2
Basic Copying ............................................................................................4-3
Output ..........................................................................................................4-4
2-Sided.........................................................................................................4-5
Reduce/Enlarge ...........................................................................................4-7
Paper Supply ...............................................................................................4-8
Image Adjustment .................................................................................... 4-10
Image Quality ............................................................................................. 4-11
More Image Quality.................................................................................... 4-12
Bound Originals ......................................................................................... 4-13
Edge Erase ................................................................................................ 4-14
Original Input.............................................................................................. 4-15
Image Shift................................................................................................. 4-16
Output Format .......................................................................................... 4-17
Transparencies .......................................................................................... 4-18
Booklet Creation ........................................................................................ 4-19
Multi-Up...................................................................................................... 4-20
Invert Image ............................................................................................... 4-21
Covers........................................................................................................ 4-22
Inserts ........................................................................................................ 4-23
Job Assembly........................................................................................... 4-25
Build Job .................................................................................................... 4-25
Sample Set ................................................................................................ 4-27
Stored Programming .................................................................................. 4-28
5 Fax.......................................................................................... 5-1
Fax ...............................................................................................................5-2
Basic Faxing - Embedded Fax ..................................................................5-3
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Dialing Options.............................................................................................5-4
Resolution ....................................................................................................5-6
Sides Scanned .............................................................................................5-7
Image Adjustment ......................................................................................5-8
Image Quality ...............................................................................................5-9
Original Input..............................................................................................5-10
Bound Originals..........................................................................................5-11
Added Fax Features.................................................................................5-12
Fax Sending Features................................................................................5-12
Fax Reports................................................................................................5-18
Mailboxes ...................................................................................................5-19
Comment Setup .........................................................................................5-20
Advanced Fax Features .............................................................................5-20
Dial Directory Setup ...................................................................................5-23
Basic Faxing - Server Fax .......................................................................5-24
Dialing Options...........................................................................................5-24
Resolution ..................................................................................................5-26
Sides Scanned ...........................................................................................5-27
More Fax Features ...................................................................................5-28
Image Quality .............................................................................................5-29
More Image Quality....................................................................................5-30
Original Input..............................................................................................5-31
Delayed Send.............................................................................................5-32
Authentication Mode................................................................................5-33
6 Internet Fax ............................................................................6-1
Internet Fax.................................................................................................6-2
Send:............................................................................................................6-3
Address List .................................................................................................6-4
Entering an E-mail Address for Internet Fax ................................................6-4
Image Adjustment ......................................................................................6-6
Image Quality ...............................................................................................6-7
More Image Quality......................................................................................6-8
Sides Scanned .............................................................................................6-9
Resolution ..................................................................................................6-10
Original Input..............................................................................................6-11
Output Format ..........................................................................................6-12
Document Format ......................................................................................6-13
Acknowledgment Report ............................................................................6-14
Reply To.....................................................................................................6-14
Message Body ...........................................................................................6-15
Authentication Mode................................................................................6-16
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7 Network Scanning................................................................. 7-1
Scan ............................................................................................................7-2
Scanning Resources ....................................................................................7-2
Network Scanning......................................................................................7-3
Repositories .................................................................................................7-4
Template Overview ......................................................................................7-4
Template Destinations .................................................................................7-5
Destination Details .......................................................................................7-6
Image Adjustment ......................................................................................7-7
Image Quality ...............................................................................................7-8
More Image Quality......................................................................................7-9
Sides Scanned........................................................................................... 7-10
Edge Erase ................................................................................................ 7-11
Original Input.............................................................................................. 7-12
Resolution .................................................................................................. 7-13
Output Format .......................................................................................... 7-14
Document Name ........................................................................................ 7-14
If File Already Exists .................................................................................. 7-15
Document Format ...................................................................................... 7-16
Document Management Fields .................................................................. 7-17
Add File Destination ................................................................................... 7-17
Refresh Destinations ............................................................................... 7-18
Authentication Mode ............................................................................... 7-19
8 E-mail ..................................................................................... 8-1
E-mail ..........................................................................................................8-2
Send:............................................................................................................8-3
Address List .................................................................................................8-4
Entering an E-mail Address .........................................................................8-4
Image Adjustment ......................................................................................8-6
Image Quality ...............................................................................................8-7
More Image Quality......................................................................................8-8
Sides Scanned.............................................................................................8-9
Edge Erase ................................................................................................ 8-10
Original Input.............................................................................................. 8-11
Resolution .................................................................................................. 8-12
Output Format .......................................................................................... 8-13
Document Format ...................................................................................... 8-14
Reply To..................................................................................................... 8-15
Message Body ........................................................................................... 8-15
Authentication Mode ............................................................................... 8-16
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9 Print.........................................................................................9-1
Introduction to Print...................................................................................9-2
Print Driver Features..................................................................................9-3
Control Options ............................................................................................9-3
Print Drivers................................................................................................9-4
Paper/Output................................................................................................9-4
Advanced .....................................................................................................9-5
Image Options..............................................................................................9-5
Layout/Watermark........................................................................................9-6
10 Maintenance .........................................................................10-1
Customer Replaceable Units ..................................................................10-2
Cleaning the Machine ..............................................................................10-3
Further Assistance...................................................................................10-4
11 Troubleshooting ..................................................................11-1
General......................................................................................................11-2
Fault Clearance ........................................................................................11-3
Paper jams .................................................................................................11-3
Document jams ..........................................................................................11-3
Xerox Welcome and Support Center......................................................11-4
Locating the serial number.........................................................................11-4
Troubleshooting Tips ..............................................................................11-5
Power .........................................................................................................11-5
Document Handler .....................................................................................11-5
Paper Handling ..........................................................................................11-6
Finisher ......................................................................................................11-7
Output Quality ............................................................................................11-8
Fault Messages will not clear ...................................................................11-10
12 Index .....................................................................................12-1
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Welcome
1 Welcome
¾ Introduction..................................................... 1-2
¾ Additional Resources ..................................... 1-3
¾ Conventions ................................................... 1-4
¾ Overview of Features at the Machine............. 1-6
¾ Overview of Features at the Workstation ....... 1-8
¾ Safety ............................................................. 1-9
¾ Environmental Compliance .......................... 1-12
¾ Regulatory Information ................................. 1-13
¾ Illegal Copying.............................................. 1-16
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Introduction
Welcome to your new Xerox machine.
This Quick Reference Guide provides you with an overview of the features and
options that may be available on your machine. To help you familiarize yourself with
your new machine please refer to:
Chapter 2 Product Overview
Chapter 3 Getting Started
Further chapters within this guide offer additional information on the features and
options available.
For additional assistance at the machine press the Help button. If your machine is
connected to the network, use the CentreWare Help system or click on the Help
button in the Print Driver.
NOTE: The graphic representations of the touch screen displayed throughout this
Quick Reference Guide are based on a fully configured machine. The appearance
of the touch screens may differ slightly on other configurations. However, feature
descriptions and functionality as described remain the same.
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Welcome
Additional Resources
System Administration CD (CD1)
Contained in the CD Pack delivered with your machine, the System Administration
CD (CD1) offers detailed information on configuring your machine for network
printing and installing any of the optional features.
The System Administration CD (CD1) is intended for System/Machine
Administrators.
Training and Information CD (CD2)
For detailed information on any of the features or functions available on your
machine, please refer to the Training and Information CD (CD2), contained in the
CD Pack delivered with your machine.
The Training and Information CD is intended for all users, including Machine
Administrators. It contains comprehensive information about your new product
including interactive how-to’s and tutorials. To ensure maximum productivity is
gained from your machine, please copy the program contained on the CD onto your
network so that all users have access.
Utilities CD (CD3)
Contained in the CD pack the Utilities CD (CD3) contains a utility for upgrading new
versions of software on the machine.
This CD is not required during installation.
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Conventions
Throughout this Guide, you will find that some terms are used interchangeably:
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Paper is synonymous with media.
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Document is synonymous with original.
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Page is synonymous with sheet.
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WorkCentre is synonymous with the machine.
The following pages offer further information about the conventions used within this
Guide.
Orientation
Orientation refers to the direction of images on the page. When the image is upright,
the paper (or other media) can be one of two ways:
Long Edge When observed from the front of the machine, paper or originals with the long edges
Feed (LEF) / to the left and right of the paper tray or document handler.
Portrait
LEF Orientation
A
A
Paper feed direction
Short Edge When observed from the front of the machine, paper or originals with the short
Feed (SEF) / edges to the left and right of the paper tray or document handler.
Landscape
A
A
SEF Orientation
Paper feed direction
Italic typeface
The Italic typeface is used to emphasise a word or phrase. In addition, references
to other publications are displayed in Italic typeface. For example:
- For more information refer to the System Administration CD (CD1), contained
in the CD Pack delivered with your machine.
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The [Bracket Text] typeface is used to emphasise the selection of a feature mode
or button. For example:
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Select [Machine Details].
Notes
Notes are statements that provide additional information. For example:
NOTE: Originals must be loaded in the Document Handler when using this feature.
Hints
Hints help users to perform a task. For example:
HINT: This option is useful for saving toner (dry ink) consumption for images with a
dark background and white text.
Specification note
Offers more in-depth specification information relating to the machine. For example:
L Tray 2 holds 500 sheets of 20lb, substance 20 paper. Weight ranges from 16 53lb, substance 16 - 53. Sizes range from 8.5” x 5.5” SEF to 11” x 17” SEF.
Cautions
Cautions are statements that suggest mechanical damage as a result of an action.
For example:
CAUTION: Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures
other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation
exposure.
Warnings
Warnings are statements that alert users to the possibility of personal injury. For
example:
WARNING: This product must be connected to a protective earthing circuit.
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Welcome
Bracket text typeface:
Overview of Features at the Machine
Using the powerful features available on your machine you can:
Scan Once and Print Many
When making copies your machine only has to scan a document once regardless
of the number of copies needed. This reduces the risk of jams and damage to
originals.
Perform Different Tasks Simultaneously
Your machine performs different tasks simultaneously. A job can be added to the
job queue by scanning it, even while the machine is printing another job.
Make Copies Look Like Originals
Your machine allows the reproduction of high quality images, especially
photographs, graphics, text, or a combination. Compare your output to that from
other copiers and see the difference.
Customize Image Size and Placement
You can manipulate the appearance of the image on the output stock.
- Shift the image to create margins for binding.
- Automatically reduce, enlarge, or center your images.
- Print multiple reduced images on a single page.
Use Digital Features to Simplify your Work Process
Use the Build Job feature to divide a copy or embedded fax job into different
segments and apply different settings to each of the segments. This allows you to:
- Combine originals from the Document Glass and the Document Handler into a
single job.
- Create a single job, using different programming features for each original.
- Feed more than the maximum number of originals through the Document
Handler without reprogramming.
Use the Transparency feature to produce transparencies with transparency
separators in one step.
Use the Booklet Creation feature to automatically sequence and reduce or enlarge
the images when making booklets.
Use the Covers feature to automatically add covers to your documents.
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Be Environmentally Friendly
This product complies with a variety of international standards for environmental
protection and is compatible with most recycled paper.
Scan Documents to Create Electronic Files (Optional)
This optional feature allows you to create electronic files from your originals which
can be:
- Filed on the server.
- Routed over the network to your desktop.
- Distributed through an e-mail system.
- Automatically placed into a Document Management Application.
- Converted into an electronic digital document which can be edited, managed,
shared and distributed, using a wide variety of software applications.
Fax Documents (Optional)
The optional Embedded Fax service is a walk up feature that enables you to
transmit and receive hard copy faxes using a telephone network.
The optional Server Fax service is a walk up feature which enables you to scan your
documents and send them to any type of fax machine that is connected to a
telephone network, via your fax server.
NOTE: Both Embedded and Server Fax can be installed at the same time,
however only one service can be enabled for use.
The optional Internet Fax service allows users to transmit and receive documents
as an e-mail attachment. This type of fax travels over the internet or intranet.
NOTE: The options available on your machine depend on the model and
configuration purchased. For information about the options available for each
configuration, please refer to the Product Overview chapter.
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Welcome
Use the Mixed Size Originals feature to copy mixed size originals simultaneously.
Produces copies on uniform size paper or mixed size paper.
Overview of Features at the Workstation
If your machine is connected to a network you can use the following features.
Contact your System Administrator to get connected.
CentreWare Print Drivers
The Print Driver extends the productivity power of your machine to your desktop.
Options include:
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1-sided or 2-sided
Stapled sets if you have a Finisher
Resolutions up to 1800x1800 dpi
Add standard or customized watermarks
Secure Printing (print your confidential document after you get to the printer)
CentreWare Internet Services
A ‘built in’ web Home Page which allows print-ready files to be sent via the World
Wide Web. This feature is accessed via Internet Services.
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Welcome
Safety
Introduction
Your Xerox product and supplies have been designed and tested to meet strict
safety requirements. These include safety agency approval and compliance to
established environmental standards. Please read the following instructions
carefully before operating the product and refer to them as needed to ensure the
continued safe operation of your product.
The safety testing and performance of this product have been verified using
Xerox materials only.
Follow all warnings and instructions marked on, or supplied with the product.
This WARNING Mark alerts users to the possibility of personal injury.
This WARNING Mark alerts users to heated surfaces.
Safety Notes
WARNING: This product must be connected to a protective earthing circuit.
This product is equipped with a 3-wire type plug, provided with a protective
earthing pin. This plug will fit only into an earthed power outlet. This is a safety
feature. To avoid risk of electric shock, contact your electrician to replace the
receptacle if you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet. Never use an earthed
adapter plug to connect the product to a power source receptacle that lacks an earth
connection terminal.
This product should be operated from the type of power source indicated on the
marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power available, consult your local
power company.
Disconnect Device for this product is the power cord. To remove all electrical
power to the product, disconnect the power cord from the power receptacle.
Do not put your hands into the fuser area, located just inside the exit tray area, as
you may be burned.
Do not use pressurized air-spray cleaning aids on or in this equipment. Some
pressurized air-spray containers contain explosive mixtures and are not suitable for
use in electrical applications. Use of such cleaners can result in a risk of explosion
and fire.
If you need additional safety information concerning the product or Xerox
supplied materials you may call the following number:
+44 (0) 1707 353434
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Laser Safety
This product complies with safety standards and is certified as a Class 1 Laser
product under the US Department of Health and Human Services (DHSS) Radiation
Performance Standard according to the Radiation Control for Health and Safety Act
of 1968. This product does not emit hazardous laser radiation.
CAUTION: Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures
other than those specified herein may result in hazardous exposure of laser
light.
Since radiation emitted inside this product is completely confined within the
protective housing and external covers, the laser beam cannot escape from the
machine during any phase of the user operation.
The Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the US Food and Drug
Administration implemented regulations for laser products on August 1 1976. These
regulations apply to laser products marketed in the United States.The label on the
machine indicates compliance with CDRH regulations and must be attached to
laser products marketed in the United States.
This product contains laser warning labels. These labels are intended for use by
Xerox Service Representatives and are placed on or near panels or shields that
require special tools for removal. Do not remove any of the panels. There are no
operator serviceable areas inside these covers.
Safety Standards
This Xerox product is safety certified by Underwriters Laboratories Incorporated.
Standard UL1950/CSA 22.2 No.950 3rd EDITION.
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Xerox operates a worldwide equipment take back and reuse/recycle program.
Contact your Xerox sales representative (1-800-ASK-XEROX) to determine
whether this Xerox product is part of the program. For more information about Xerox
environmental programs, visit www.xerox.com/environment.
If you are managing the disposal of your Xerox product, please note that the product
may contain, lead, mercury, perchlorate and other materials whose disposal may be
regulated due to environmental considerations. The presence of perchlorate is fully
consistent with regulations applicable at the time that the product was placed on the
market. For disposal information, contact your local authorities.
Perchlorate Material
This product may contain one or more Perchlorate-containing devices, such as
batteries. Special handling may apply, please see www.dtsc.ca.gov/
hazardouswaste/perchlorate.
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Welcome
Product Labelling and Disposal
Environmental Compliance
ENERGY STAR®
THE WORKCENTRE 5050 MULTIFUNCTIONAL CONFIGURATIONS ARE
ENERGY STAR® COMPLIANT. ALL WORKCENTRE 5030 CONFIGURATIONS
AND THE WORKCENTRE 5050 COPIER CONFIGURATION ARE NOT ENERGY
STAR® COMPLIANT.
As an ENERGY STAR® partner, Xerox Corporation has determined that this
product meets the ENERGY STAR guidelines for energy efficiency.
The ENERGY STAR® and ENERGY STAR MARK are registered US marks.
The ENERGY STAR® Office Equipment Program is a team effort between U.S.,
European Union and Japanese governments and the office equipment industry to
promote energy-efficient copiers, printers, fax, multifunction machine, personal
computers, and monitors. Reducing product energy consumption helps combat
smog, acid rain and long-term changes to the climate by decreasing the emissions
that result from generating electricity.
Xerox ENERGY STAR® equipment is preset at the factory to enter a “low power"
state and/or shut off completely after a specified period of non-use. These energysaving features can reduce product energy consumption in half when compared to
conventional equipment.
Environmental ChoiceM
Terra Choice Environmental Services, Inc., of Canada has verified that this Xerox
product conforms to all applicable Environmental ChoiceM EcoLogoM requirements
for minimized impact to the environment.
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Welcome
Regulatory Information
FCC Part 15
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is
operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interferences at
their own expense.
Changes or modifications to this equipment not specifically approved by the Xerox
Corporation may void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
WARNING:Shielded cables must be used with this equipment to maintain
compliance with FCC regulations.
ICES-003
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du
Canada.
US Regulatory Information for the Fax Kit option
Fax Send Header Requirements: The Telephone Consumer Protection Act of
1991 makes it unlawful for any person to use a computer or other electronic device,
including FAX machines, to send any message unless such message clearly
contains in a margin at the top or bottom of each transmitted page or on the first
page of the transmission, the date and time it is sent and an identification of the
business or other entity, or other individual sending the message and the telephone
number of the sending machine or such business, other entity, or individual. (The
telephone number provided may not be a 900 number or any other number for
which charges exceed local or long-distance transmission charges.) The country
location, telephone number identifying the machine, the header text information
(business name), the send and receive behavior and dial type must be entered
when installing the Embedded Fax kit option. Refer to the System Administration
CD (CD1) for further information on installing Embedded Fax and the Training and
Information CD (CD2) for information about the Transmit Header Print feature.
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Data Coupler Information: This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules
and the requirements adopted by the Administrative Council for Terminal
Attachments (ACTA). A label is fixed to the safety cover of the fax kit that contains,
among other information, a product identifier in the format US:AAAEQ##TXXXX. If
requested, this number must be provided to the telephone company.
A FCC compliant telephone cord and modular plug is provided with this equipment.
It is designed to be connected to the telephone network or premises wiring using a
compatible modular jack that is Part 68 compliant.
You may safely connect the machine to the following standard modular jack: USOC
RJ-11C using the compliant telephone line cord (with modular plugs) provided with
the installation kit. See installation instructions for details.
To order the correct service from the local telephone company please quote the
codes listed below: Facility Interface Code (FIC), Service Order Code (SOC),
USOC Jack code and Ringer Equivalence Number (REN).
FIC
SOCUSOC Jack
REN
02LS2
9.0FRJ-11C
0.3
WARNING:Ask your local telephone company for the modular jack type
installed on your line. Connecting this machine to an unauthorized jack can
damage telephone company equipment. You, not Xerox, assume all
responsibility and/or liability for any damage caused by the connection of
this machine to an unauthorized jack.
The REN is used to determine the number of devices that may be connected to a
telephone line. Excessive RENs on a telephone line may result in the devices not
ringing in response to an incoming call. In most but not all areas, the sum of RENs
should not exceed five (5.0). To be certain of the number of devices that may be
connected to a line, as determined by the total RENs, contact the local telephone
company. The REN for this product is part of the product identifier that has the
format US:AAAEQ##TXXXX. The digits represented by ## are the REN without a
decimal point (e.g., 02 is a REN of 0.2).
If this Xerox equipment causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone
company will notify you in advance that temporary discontinuance of service may
be required. But if advance notice isn't practical, the telephone company will notify
the customer as soon as possible. Also, you will be advised of your right to file a
complaint with the FCC if you believe it is necessary.
The telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations
or procedures that could affect the operation of the equipment. If this happens the
telephone company will provide advance notice in order for you to make necessary
modifications to maintain uninterrupted service.
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Repairs to the machine should be made only by a Xerox representative or an
authorized Xerox service agency. This applies at any time during or after the service
warranty period. If unauthorized repair is performed, the remainder of the warranty
period is null and void.
This equipment must not be used on party lines. Connection to party line service is
subject to state tariffs. Contact the state public utility commission, public service
commission or corporation commission for information.
If your office has specially wired alarm equipment connected to the telephone line,
ensure the installation of this Xerox equipment does not disable your alarm
equipment. If you have questions about what will disable alarm equipment, consult
your telephone company or a qualified installer.
Canadian Regulatory Information for the Fax Kit option
This product meets the applicable Industry Canada technical specifications. 'The
Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) is an indication of the maximum number of
devices allowed to be connected to a telephone interface. The termination on an
interface may consist of any combination of devices subject only to the requirement
that the sum of the RENs of all the devices does not exceed five. The Canadian
REN value of this equipment is 0.3.
Repairs to certified equipment should be made by an authorized Canadian
maintenance facility designated by the supplier. Any repairs or alterations made by
the user to this equipment, or equipment malfunctions, may give the
telecommunications company cause to request the user to disconnect the
equipment.
Users should ensure for their own protection the electrical ground connections of
the power utility, telephone lines and internal metallic water pipe system, if present,
are connected together. This precaution may be particularly important in rural
areas.
CAUTION: Users should not attempt to make such connections themselves,
but should contact the appropriate electric inspection authority or
electrician, as appropriate.
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Welcome
If trouble is experienced with this Xerox equipment, for repair or warranty
information, please contact the Xerox Welcome and Support Center telephone
number 800-821-2797. If the equipment is causing harm to the telephone network,
the telephone company may request that you disconnect the equipment until the
problem is resolved.
Illegal Copying
Congress, by statute, has forbidden the copying of the following subjects under
certain circumstances. Penalties of fine or imprisonment may be imposed on those
guilty of making such copies.
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Obligations or Securities of the United States Government, such as:
Certificates of Indebtedness
Coupons from Bonds
Silver Certificates
United States Bonds
Federal Reserve Notes
Certificates of Deposit
National Bank currency
Federal Reserve Bank Notes
Gold Certificates
Treasure Notes
Fractional Notes
Paper money
Bonds and obligations of certain agencies of the government, such as FHA
Bonds (US Savings Bonds may be photographed only for publicity purposes
in connection with the campaign for the sale of such bonds.)
Internal Revenue Stamps (If it is necessary to copy a legal document on
which there is a cancelled revenue stamp, this may be done provided the
reproduction of the document is performed for lawful purposes.)
Postage Stamps, canceled or uncanceled (For philatelic purposes, postage
stamps may be photographed provided the reproduction is black and white
and less than 3/4 or more than
1 1/2 times the linear dimensions of the original.)
Postal Money Orders
Bills, checks, or drafts for money drawn by or on authorized officers of the
United States
Stamps and other representatives of value, of whatever denomination, which
may be or have been issued under any Act of Congress
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Adjusted compensation Certificates for veterans of the World Wars
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Obligations or Securities of any foreign government, bank, or corporation
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Copyrighted material (unless permission of the copyright owner has been
obtained or the copying falls within the “fair use” or library reproduction
provisions of the copyright law). Further information of these provisions may be
obtained from the Copyright Office, Library of Congress, Washington, DC 20559
(circular R21)
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Certificates of Citizenship or Naturalization. (Foreign naturalization certificates
may be photographed.)
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Passports (Foreign passports may be photographed.)
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Immigration papers
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Draft Registration cards
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Selective Service Induction papers which bear any of the following information:
Registrant’s earnings or income
Registrant’s dependency status
Registrant’s court record
Registrant’s previous military service
Registrant’s physical or mental condition
NOTE: Exception: US Army and Navy discharge certificates may be
photographed.
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Badges, identification cards, passes or insignias carried by military or Naval
personnel, or by members of the various Federal Departments and Bureaus,
such as the FBI and Treasury (unless the photograph is ordered by the head of
such Department or Bureau)
WARNING:Copying of the following is also prohibited in certain states:
automobile licences, driver’s licenses, and automobile Certificates of Title.
This list is not all-inclusive. In case of doubt, consult your attorney.
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Welcome
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2 Product Overview
¾ Introduction .....................................................2-2
¾ Machine Components .....................................2-3
¾ Options ...........................................................2-4
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Introduction
Your new machine is not simply a conventional copier, it is a digital device capable
of copying, faxing, printing and scanning, dependent on your configuration. There
are two models available, the WorkCentre 5030 which copies/prints at 30 pages per
minute and the WorkCentre 5050 which copies/prints at 50 pages per minute.
There are three configurations available for both models:
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Copier - A stand-alone copier which offers the copying functionality available on
conventional copiers, combined with the added feature capabilities of the digital
copier technology.
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Copier/Printer - A multi-functional digital copier and printer.
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Copier/Printer/Scanner - An advanced multi-functional device offering a high
specification of features and functions.
All the configurations are fully upgradable so as to meet any future requirements
you may have. Please contact your local Xerox representative for further
information.
NOTE: All features and functions described within this Quick Reference Guide
relate to a fully configured machine. If you require further information on any of the
optional components, or information on any of the other machine configurations
please contact your local Xerox representative.
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Control Panel
Touch Screen and
Numeric Keypad
Document Handler
(optional)
Product Overview
Machine Components
Document Glass
(under the Document
Handler)
Bypass Tray
(Folds up when
not in use)
Offsetting
Catch Tray
(optional)
High Capacity
Feeder (optional)
Paper Trays 1 & 2
Paper Trays 3 & 4
Stand (optional)
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Finisher (optional)
Document Glass Cover
(optional)
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Options
The following table describes the options available for each of the configurations.
Configuration
Option
Description
Copier
Copier/
Printer
Copier/
Printer/
Scanner
z
z
z
Document Handler
Feeds single or double sided documents.
Fitted instead of the Document Cover.
High Capacity Feeder
Holds Paper Trays 3 and 4. Both Trays have a
larger capacity than Trays 1 and 2, therefore
reducing the number of times you need to
replace paper in the machine.
{z
{z
z
Delivers output either face up or face down,
collated or uncollated. Each set or stack will be
offset from the previous to enable easy
separation. Fitted instead of the Finisher.
{
{
{
Delivers output to the Top Tray when no
finishing option is selected, or to the Stacker to
collate, stack, staple and hole punch your
output. In addition a walk-up off-line stapler is
also available. Fitted instead of the Offset
Catch Tray.
{
{
{
Your finisher is delivered with either a 2 Hole or
a 3 Hole Punch kit, depending on the selection
made when the Finisher was ordered. The
Hole Punch kits can also be purchased
separately to provide more options if required.
{
{
{
Foreign Interface Device Enables the attachment of a third party access
and accounting device, such as a card or coin
operator.
{
{
{
Fax Line 1
Provides a single telephone line connection.
{
{
{
Fax Line 2
Provides a second telephone line. Once
installed enables your machine to send and
receive faxes at the same time.
{
{
{
{
{
{
Offset Catch Tray
Finisher
2 and 3 Hold Punch
256MB Electronic PreAdditional temporary storage area for scanned
Collation (EPC) memory information.
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Option
Description
Copier
Copier/
Printer
Copier/
Printer/
Scanner
A security feature which provides On Demand
Image Overwrite and Immediate Image
Overwrite. Both features offer users the ability
to overwrite the machine’s hard disk to protect
classified or private information.
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z
z
Enables users to send and receive hard copy
faxes on a machine without a dedicated
telephone line via a third party fax server.
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{
z
Internet Fax
Allows users to send or receive faxes over the
internet or intranet.
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{
z
Network Scanning
Used to scan an original document and
convert it into an electronic file. The file can be
distributed and archived in a variety of ways.
The final destination of the electronic file will
depend on the scan path chosen by the user.
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{
z
Enables the creation of an electronic image file
by scanning an original hard copy document.
The scanned image is sent as an e-mail
attachment to the specified recipient(s).
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{
z
Enables the tracking of machine usage for
print, copy and scan jobs from multiple
machines over the network.
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{
{
Used for printing directly from a PC connected
via a USB cable.
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{
Image Overwrite
Security
Server Fax
E-mail
Network Accounting
USB (Universal Serial
Bus) Printer Port
Key:
z = standard
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{ = optional
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= not available
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Product Overview
Configuration
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3 Getting Started
¾ Control Panel Overview ..................................3-2
¾ Power On or Off ..............................................3-3
¾ Loading Paper ................................................3-4
¾ Making Copies ................................................3-5
¾ Sending an Embedded Fax (optional) ............3-6
¾ Sending a Server Fax (optional) .....................3-7
¾ Sending an Internet Fax (optional) .................3-8
¾ Scanning a Document to a File (optional).......3-9
¾ Sending an E-mail (optional).........................3-10
¾ Printing from a PC (optional)......................... 3-11
¾ Printing with Internet Services (optional) ......3-12
¾ Logging On / Logging Off..............................3-13
¾ Customizing your Machine............................3-14
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Control Panel Overview
NOTE: The Touch Screen displayed is for a fully configured machine.
Access
Accesses Tools, used to adjust the defaults
of the machine.
Clear All
The touch screen
Displays and selects all
the available
programming features,
plus fault clearance
procedures and general
machine information.
Resets all the features to their default
settings.
Help
Accesses additional
information.
Language
Interrupt
Temporarily stops the current job to allow a
priority job to be run.
Changes text to an
alternative language.
Pause
Temporarily stops the current job.
Start
Starts the job.
Features
Displays the job features on the
screen.
Job Status
Displays job progress
information.
Pound
Dial Pause
Clear
Enters a pause in a
telephone number
Deletes numeric
when transmitting a values or the last
fax.
digit entered.
Indicates the dialing
character or
designates a group
dial number. Also used
when entering a
password.
Machine Status
Displays the current status of
the machine.
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Getting Started
Power On or Off
To power ON:
1
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Press the ON/OFF switch. The
powering up process takes less
than 3 minutes.
NOTE: Certain functions of the
machine, e.g. copying, will be
available before other functions e.g.
printing.
To power OFF:
2
3
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Press the ON/OFF switch. A
confirmation screen will appear
asking you to select a power
down option.
If Power Off is selected and confirmed, the machine will begin a controlled power
down sequence.
NOTE: The machine remains on for approximately 30 seconds before the power is
terminated.
If there are any jobs in the queue, a second pop-up screen will appear warning that
jobs in the queue will be deleted if the machine is powered off. Confirmation of this
screen will result in the deletion of any jobs in the queue during the power down
sequence.
If Enter Power Save is selected and confirmed, then the machine will immediately
enter the Power Saver Mode appropriate to its configuration. If there are any jobs in
the queue, a second pop-up screen is displayed.
To re-activate the machine when in this mode, touch a button on the touch screen
or control panel.
If Quick Restart is selected and confirmed then the machine will restart. A pop-up
screen will appear warning that any jobs in the queue will be deleted.
If Cancel is selected then the power down options will be cancelled and the
machine will be available for use.
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Loading Paper
1
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2
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Load paper. Paper must not be
loaded above the fill line.
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Close the tray.
Open the required paper tray.
NOTE: Paper trays 1 and 2 are fully
adjustable for all stock sizes between
8.5" x 5.5" to 11" x 17". Paper trays 3
and 4 are dedicated paper trays
which can be adjusted to hold either
8.5" x 11" or A4 long edge feed
paper only.
NOTE: For paper trays 1 and 2,
ensure the guides are just touching
the paper, otherwise the size
automatically detected may be
incorrect.
3
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Select [Confirm] OR select
[Change Size] and/or [Change
Type and Color] to reprogram the
tray if the paper size, type or color
has changed.
NOTE: Ensure the Size, Type and
Color are all correct. For standard
copy paper the following should
apply:
Size - 8.5" x 11"
Type - Plain paper
Color - White
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¾
1
Getting Started
Making Copies
Load the documents
either in the Document
Handler or on the
Document Glass.
NOTE: Documents in the
handler are only scanned
once.
2
3
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Access the Basic Copy screen - if
necessary select the Features button
on the control panel.
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Select the required features on the
touch screen.
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Press Start.
Copy Features include...
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Image Quality adjustment
Auto Reduce/Enlarge
Copying mixed size originals
Adding printed or blank dividers into transparency sets
Arranging multiple images on a page
Adding printed or blank covers
Inserting printed or blank colored sheets
Image Shift
Erasing edges and borders
Build Job to apply different programming within a stack of documents
Storing the programming for frequently run jobs
Creating booklets
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Sending an Embedded Fax (optional)
If the Basic Fax screen matches that displayed in step 2 then Embedded Fax is
enabled. For further information about the availability of this option on your
machine, please contact your System Administrator.
NOTE: Both Embedded and Server Fax can be installed at the same time,
however only one service can be enabled for use.
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1
Load the documents
either in the
Document Handler or
on the Document
Glass.
NOTE: Documents in
the handler are only
scanned once.
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2
Select [Fax].
NOTE: You may need to select [All
Services] first to access the fax
option.
3
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Enter the telephone number.
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Select the required features on
the touch screen.
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Press Start.
Fax Features include...
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Adjusting the Resolution
Faxing double sided originals
Programming the size of the originals being scanned
Image Quality adjustment
Delaying the start time of a fax
Adding a Cover Letter
Sending to more than one recipient
Mailbox storage and polling to and from your machine
Setting the transmission speed
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If the Basic Fax screen matches that displayed in step 2 then Server Fax is enabled.
For further information about the availability of this option on your machine, please
contact your System Administrator.
NOTE: Both Embedded and Server Fax can be installed at the same time,
however only one service can be enabled for use.
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1
Load the documents
either in the
Document Handler or
on the Document
Glass.
NOTE: Documents in
the handler are only
scanned once.
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2
Select [Fax].
NOTE: You may need to select [All
Services] first to access the fax
option.
3
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Enter the telephone number.
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Select the required features on
the touch screen.
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Press Start.
Fax Features include...
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Adjusting the Resolution
Faxing double sided originals
¾ Programming the size of the originals being scanned
¾ Image Quality adjustment
¾ Delaying the start time of a fax
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Getting Started
Sending a Server Fax (optional)
Sending an Internet Fax (optional)
For information about the availability of this option on your machine, please contact
your System Administrator.
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1
Load the documents
either in the
Document Handler or
on the Document
Glass.
NOTE: Documents in
the handler are only
scanned once.
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2
Select [Internet Fax].
NOTE: You may need to select [All
Services] first to access the Internet
Fax option.
3
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Select [To..], enter the recipient
e-mail details and select [Save].
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Select [Edit Subject], enter a
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Select the required features on
the touch screen.
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Press Start.
Internet Fax Features include...
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Setting up a Public or Internal address book
Adjusting the Resolution
Scanning double sided originals
Programming the size of the originals being scanned
Image Quality adjustment
Changing the default file format setting
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For information about the availability of this option on your machine, please contact
your System Administrator.
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1
Load the documents
either in the
Document Handler or
on the Document
Glass.
NOTE: Documents in
the handler are only
scanned once.
2
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3
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Select the template required.
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Select the required features on
the touch screen.
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Press Start.
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On completion access your job
at your workstation.
Select [Network Scanning].
NOTE: You may need to select [All
Services] first to access the
Network Scanning option.
Network Scanning Features include...
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Adjusting the image output requirements
Adjusting the Resolution
¾ Scanning double sided originals
¾ Programming the size of the originals being scanned
¾ Changing the destination for the scanned image
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Getting Started
Scanning a Document to a File (optional)
Sending an E-mail
For information about the availability of this feature on your machine, please contact
your System Administrator.
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1
Load the documents
either in the
Document Handler or
on the Document
Glass.
NOTE: Documents in
the handler are only
scanned once.
2
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3
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Select [To], enter the recipient
e-mail details and select [Enter].
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Select [Edit Subject], enter a
subject and select [Save].
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Select the required features on
the touch screen.
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Press Start.
Select [E-mail].
NOTE: You may need to select [All
Services] first to access the e-mail
option.
Scan to E-mail Features include...
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Setting up a Public or Internal address book
Adjusting the Resolution
¾ Scanning double sided originals
¾ Programming the size of the originals being scanned
¾ Image Quality adjustment
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If your machine is connected to a network, documents can be printed directly from
your PC via the CentreWare print driver supplied.
1
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Select [Print] in your application.
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Select your machine as the printer.
2
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Select [Properties], make your
selections and click [OK].
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Click [OK] to print your document.
NOTE: Instructions may vary depending
on the application being used.
Print Features include...
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Printing 1 or 2 sided
Printing stapled sets if the machine has a Finisher
Changing the printing Resolution
Adding a Banner Sheet
Adding a front cover
Adjusting the Image Quality
Adding a Watermark
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Getting Started
Printing from a PC (optional)
Printing with Internet Services (optional)
Internet Services uses the embedded Web User Interface which enables
communication between the HTTP server and your machine. This option is
available when your machine is connected to a network. For further information
about the availability of this option on your machine, please contact your System
Administrator.
1
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Open your Web Browser, then enter:
http:// and the printer TCP/IP address.
¾
Press the Enter key on your
workstation keyboard.
The default Status window displays.
2
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Click on [Print] and make your
selections.
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Use the scroll bar on the right to move
to the bottom of the page.
3
¾
Click on [Browse] and locate the file
to be printed.
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Click on [Submit Job].
Internet Services Features include...
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Creating, modifying and deleting scan templates if Network Scanning is
available
¾ Promoting, deleting or releasing a job in the Print Queue
¾ Reviewing the status of your machine
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If the Internal Auditron or the optional Network Accounting has been enabled, a
valid User Number needs to be entered in order to access the machine functions.
The Internal Auditron automatically tracks Copy jobs for billing purposes, as well as
preventing unauthorized access to the machine. Network Accounting is used to
track jobs completed over the network. Contact your System and/or Auditron
Administration for further assistance.
1
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To Log On when the Internal
Auditron has been enabled, use
the keypad to enter a 4 digit
password and then select [Enter].
Internal Auditron
Log on screen
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To Log On when Network
Accounting has been enabled,
enter a valid User ID and Account
ID and select [Enter].
Network Accounting
Log on screen
2
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3
To Log Off:
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Complete your job
¾
Press Access
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Select [Logout] on the touch screen.
on the control panel.
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Getting Started
Logging On / Logging Off
Customizing your Machine
Your machine can be customized to suit your working environment and practices.
The System Management Tools enable your System or Machine Administrator to
setup, customize and maintain the machine.
After your machine is installed, it is recommended that the settings and options are
customized to fully meet the requirements of the Users. Please discuss your
requirements with your System or Machine Administrator to ensure you get
optimum performance from your machine.
The Tools facility is accessed using the Access
button on the Control Panel.
Some of the settings within Tools are critical to the operation of the machine,
therefore the screens are password protected so they cannot be accidently
changed or corrupted.
Full instructions for accessing and customizing the System Management Tools are
located in the Training and Information CD (CD2), contained in the CD Pack
delivered with your machine.
System Management Tools include...
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System Settings
Screen Defaults
Access and Accounting
Feature Defaults
Connectivity and Network Setup
Consumables Management
Machine Tests
Power Saver Administration
Fax Setups
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2
3
Getting Started
Further Assistance
Access the Job Queue:
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Press the Job Status button on
the control panel. The All
Incomplete Jobs queue will
displayed.
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Review the status of the job.
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Select [Other Queues] to
access and review the other
queues available.
Access the on-line Help
¾
Press Help at any time to
access the on-line help screens.
¾
Messages, screen instructions
and animated graphics provide
additional information.
For additional Help
If you need any additional help on using your machine you can:
¾
Refer to the Training and Information CD (CD2), contained in the CD Pack
delivered with your machine.
¾
Contact your System and/or Machine Administrator.
¾
Visit our Customer Web Site at www.xerox.com or contact the Xerox
Welcome and Support Center quoting the machine serial number.
¾
Press the Machine Status
button on the control panel.
¾
Select [Machine Details] to
display the machine serial
number.
NOTE: The serial number can also
be found on a metal plate inside
the front door.
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4 Copy
¾ Copy ...............................................................4-2
¾ Basic Copying .................................................4-3
¾ Image Adjustment .........................................4-10
¾ Output Format...............................................4-17
¾ Job Assembly ...............................................4-25
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Copy
The Copy feature is standard on your machine.
Access to the Copy features is gained using the Features button on the control
panel. Depending on the options enabled and how your machine has been
configured, you may have to select All Services in the top right-hand corner first.
This chapter contains information about the options available within Copy.
The tabs available for selecting the Copy features are:
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Basic Copying
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Image Adjustment
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Output Format
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Job Assembly
HINT: If the ’More Copy Features’ tab is displaying, this can be selected to display
all the Copy feature tabs available.
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Copy
Basic Copying
The Basic Copying tab is the default Copy screen. Use the Basic Copying tab to
select the standard features for a copy job.
Depending on the options enabled and how your machine has been configured, you
may have to select the All Services button in the right-hand corner to access Copy.
Touch any of the top level buttons to select a feature. Multiple options can be
selected for each copy job if required.
To view all the options for a feature, select More....
Most feature screens include three buttons to confirm or cancel your choices.
¾
The Undo button resets the current screen to the default values that were
displayed when the screen was opened.
¾
The Cancel button resets the screen and returns to the previous screen.
¾
The Save button saves the selections made and returns to the previous screen.
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Output
Output is used to select the finishing requirements for the job. The options will
depend on the finishing output device available.
Options:
Collated Select Collated for output stacked in sets to match the sequence of the originals.
Uncollated Select Uncollated for output sorted into stacks of individual pages.
Stapled Available if your machine is equipped with a finisher. It offers a selection of stapling
options. Collated and uncollated stapled sets will be delivered offset in the Finisher.
L Staples 2 - 50 sheets of 20lb, substance 20 paper. The maximum number of
sheets is 20 when stapling heavyweight paper.
Off-line For manual stapling, press and release the button on the top of the Finisher. The
Stapling green light will illuminate, if the light is flashing the stapler is unavailable. The Output
Tray lowers to provide access to the stapler and bin 1. Hold your documents and
place them into bin 1, for extra support move the rear bin 1 guide to the edge of your
documents. Slide the documents forward until you hear the click of the staple being
inserted to the front corner of the documents.
L Staples 2 - 40 sheets of 20lb, substance 20 paper. The maximum number of
sheets is 20 when stapling heavyweight paper.
Hole Punched If your machine is equipped with a Finisher, your machine will be set to either 2 or
3 Hole Punch. Each sheet is punched individually, so there is no limit to the number
of sheets in the set. Additional Hole Punch kits can be purchased as an option.
NOTE: Stapled and Hole Punched can be used together.
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Double-sided copies, ranging in size from 8.5” x 5.5” to 11” x 17” can be made
automatically from one or two-sided originals.
Options:
1
1 Sided Use this option for 1 sided originals and 1 sided copies are required.
1
2 Sided Use this option for 1 sided originals and 2 sided copies are required.
1 2 Sided, This option produces 2 sided copies from 1 sided originals and rotates every second
Rotate Side 2 side image. Use this option to create documents which can be read in a “head to
toe” manner, for example a calendar.
2
2 Sided Use this option for 2 sided originals and 2 sided copies are required.
2 2 Sided, This option produces 2 sided copies from 2 sided originals and rotates every second
Rotate Side 2 side image. The “read” orientation for this option varies depending on the input
originals. For example, if “head to head” orientation originals are scanned, the
output will be “head to toe”. If “head to toe” orientation originals are scanned the
output produced will be “head to head”.
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Copy
2-Sided
2
1 Sided Use this option for 2 sided originals and 1 sided copies are required.
2 1 Sided, This option produces 1 sided copies from 2 sided originals and rotates every second
Rotate Side 2 side image. It should be used for “head to toe” orientation or calendar style originals,
to ensure the output images are all in the same orientation.
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The Reduce / Enlarge option provides a variety of reduction and enlargement
options. Originals placed on the Document Glass or sent to the machine
electronically can be reduced or enlarged between 25% and 400%. Originals fed
through the Document Handler can be reduced or enlarged between 25% and
200%.
Options:
Normal Use this option to proportionately reduce or enlarge the output image in both
directions by the % selected.
Normal options are as follows:
100%
Produces an image on the copies the same size as the image
on the original.
Auto %
Proportionally reduces or enlarges the image on the copies
based on the size of the original and the size of the selected
output paper.
% Set 25 - 400 / 200
Use this option to select the percentage of reduction or
enlargement required using the keypad on the control panel.
To use the keypad, select the box displaying the current
reduce/enlarge percentage.
NOTE: 400% displays when using the Document Handler
and 200% when using the Document Glass.
The scroll buttons can also be used to adjust the reduce/
enlarge percentage, in 1% increments.
Preset Options
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The most commonly used reduce/enlarge percentages have
been provided as preset options. These preset options can be
customized to meet individual needs.
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Copy
Reduce/Enlarge
Custom Use this option to adjust the height (Y) and the width (X) dimensions for reduction
or enlargement of each dimension independently.
NOTE: Output will NOT be reduced or enlarged proportionally.
Custom options are as follows:
100%
Auto %
X50% Y100%
Produces an image on the copies the same size as the
image on the original.
Automatically fits the image of the original onto the paper
selected.
Enables you to customize the width (x) and height (y)
reduction or enlargement to suit your own requirements. A
percentage can also be entered by touching the X box or Y
box and using the keypad.
Paper Supply
Use the Paper Supply options to select Auto Paper or a paper tray for the copy job.
Options:
Auto Paper With this option selected the machine chooses the correct paper for the copy job
based on the size of the originals being scanned.
Tray 1 Use this option to select the paper loaded in Tray 1.
L Tray 1 holds 550 sheets of 20lb, substance 20 paper. Weight ranges from 16 53lb, substance 16 - 53. Sizes range from 8.5” x 5.5” SEF to 11” x 17” SEF.
Tray 2 Use this option to select the paper loaded in Tray 2.
L Tray 2 holds 550 sheets of 20lb, substance 20 paper. Weight ranges from 16 53lb, substance 16 - 53. Sizes range from 8.5” x 5.5” SEF to 11” x 17” SEF.
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L Tray 3 holds 2000 sheets of 20lb, substance 20 paper. Weight ranges from 16 53lb, substance 16 - 53. The tray can be adjusted to hold either 8.5” x 11” or A4
LEF size paper.
Tray 4 (Optional) Use this option to select the paper loaded in Tray 4.
L Tray 4 holds 1600 sheets of 20lb, substance 20 paper. Weight ranges from 16 53lb, substance 16 - 53. The tray can be adjusted to hold either 8.5” x 11” or A4
LEF size paper.
Bypass Tray Use this option when feeding individual types of stock, for example letterhead or
labels for one-off jobs.
NOTE: Always load standard envelopes into the Bypass Tray.
L The Bypass Tray holds 100 sheets of 20lb paper, substance 20. Weight ranges
from 16 - 80lb (US Cover), substance 16 - 80. Sizes range from 4.25” x 5.5” SEF to
11” x 17” SEF.
Optional An optional Envelope Insert is available to feed C10 type envelopes. The insert fits
Envelope Insert inside Paper Tray 2 and can be installed or removed depending on the media being
fed from the tray.
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Tray 3 (Optional) Use this option to select the paper loaded in Tray 3.
Image Adjustment
The Image Adjustment tab provides copy features used for adjusting the
appearance of the copy output.
NOTE: If the ’More Copy Features’ tab is displaying, this must be selected to
access the Image Adjustment tab.
Job
Review
Summary
Touch any of the top level buttons to select a feature. To view all the options for a
feature, select the feature required. Multiple options can be selected for each copy
job if required.
The text next to the feature button, called a Job Review Summary, reflects the
current settings for that feature. A checked box indicates that this feature has been
modified from its initial default settings.
Most feature screens include three buttons to confirm or cancel your choices.
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¾
The Undo button resets the current screen to the default values that were
displayed when the screen was opened.
¾
The Cancel button resets the screen and returns to the previous screen.
¾
The Save button saves the selections made and returns to the previous screen.
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Image Quality
Use this feature to enhance the quality of your output.
Options:
Original Type Use this option to enhance the copy quality of the output based on the type of
original being scanned.
Original Type options are as follows:
Normal
Text
Halftone Photo
Photo
This is the standard setting and can be used for most
originals.
Use for originals containing text or line art.
Use for high quality lithographic images or continuous tone
photos with text and/or graphics.
Use for continuous tone photographs or printed half-tone
originals.
Lighten / Darken Adjusts the lightness or darkness of the output. To darken the output, select the
down scroll button. To lighten the output, select the up scroll button.
Background Use to automatically reduce or eliminate the dark background resulting from
Suppression copying colored paper or newspaper originals.
NOTE: Background Suppression is disabled if the Original Type is Photo.
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More Image Quality
Use this feature in addition to the settings selected using the Image Quality option,
to further enhance the quality of your output.
Options:
Contrast This option controls the differences between the image densities within the copy.
Select a lower setting to improve the copy quality of pictures. Select a higher setting
to produce more vivid blacks and whites for sharper text and lines.
Sharpness This option controls the balance between sharp text and moiré (patterns within the
image). Use the scroll buttons to adjust the sharpness values from sharper to softer,
based on the quality of the input images.
Screen This option is preset at the factory to be on with Normal, Text and Halftone Photo
Original Type options.
Screen options are as follows:
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Auto
Eliminates the risk of blotches or small areas that have a
different texture or pattern appearance than the surrounding
area, but produces a slightly grainier picture than if Special is
used.
Special
Enhances continuous tone photographs or high frequency
halftone images. It is used to create smoother, less grainy
output for continuous tone and halftone images, but the risk
of blotchy copy quality defects is higher.
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This feature is used to copy pages from bound documents onto separate singlesided or double-sided pages.
The bound original is placed face down on the Document Glass with the spine of
the book lined up with the marker on the rear edge of the glass. Align the top of the
bound original against the rear edge of the document glass. Do not close the
Document Handler during the copying process if Auto Reduce/Enlarge is selected.
HINT: If necessary, apply a little pressure to the center of the book to flatten it
during scanning.
Options:
Off The feature is switched off.
Right Page Copies only the page on the right when looking at the open book, face up.
Left Page Copies only the page on the left when looking at the open book, face up.
Both Pages Copies both pages of an open book and places each page on a separate sheet of
paper.
Binding Erase Erases a specified area from the center of the book to eliminate unwanted marks.
When Left Page or Right Page is selected between 0 and 1.0 inch can be erased.
When Both Pages is selected, between 0 and 2.0 inches can be erased.
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Bound Originals
Edge Erase
Use this feature to “refresh” the quality of an original that has become torn or frayed
at the edges, or that has hole punch, staple or other marks.
Options:
Border Erase Erases equal amounts on all edges of the copies. Up to 2.0 inches in 0.05 inch
increments can be erased.
Edge Erase Use to erase a specific amount from a specific edge of the copy. Up to 2.0 inches
in 0.05 inch increments can be erased from each edge.
Print to Edge Use this option to print to the edge of the output stock.
NOTE: This option may reduce the ability of the system to clean itself and can
cause defects on the output if used excessively.
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Use this option to program the size of the originals being scanned or enable the
machine to recognize the size of the originals.
Options:
Auto Use this option to allow the machine to recognize the size of the originals being fed
through the Document Handler.
NOTE: When originals are scanned using the document glass and an Auto feature
such as Auto Paper, Auto% or Auto Center is selected, the machine will scan the
original twice.
Manual Platen Use this option to specify the dimensions of the document scanning region when
Input scanning from the document glass. There are several dimensions that correspond
to common document sizes and orientations.
Select a standard size or use Custom to manually adjust the scanning dimensions.
Mixed Size Use this feature to copy a document containing mixed size originals. The originals
Originals must be the same width, for example 8.5" x 11" long edge feed and 11" x 17" short
edge feed. Load documents in the Document Handler when using this feature.
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Original Input
Image Shift
This feature enables the position of the image on the page to be adjusted.
Options:
No Shift The image position is not adjusted.
Auto Center Use to automatically center the scanned image on the output paper.
Margin Shift Use to create a binding edge for the document. The image can be adjusted up or
down on the page and/or shifted to the right or left. Use the scroll buttons to adjust
the amount of shift. The image can be shifted between 0.0 and 2.0 inches, in 0.05
inch increments.
Margin Shift options are as follows:
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Side 1
Shifts the image on Side 1.
Side 2
Shifts the image on Side 2. The shift on Side 2 can be set to
mirror the shift on Side 1 or adjusted independently.
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Output Format
The Output Format tab is used to produce different options for the finished output.
NOTE: If the ’More Copy Features’ tab is displaying, this must be selected to
access the Output Format tab.
Job
Review
Summary
Touch any of the top level buttons to select a feature. To view all the options for a
feature, select the feature required. Multiple options can be selected for each copy
job if required.
The text next to the feature button, called a Job Review Summary, reflects the
current settings for that feature. A checked box indicates that this feature has been
modified from its initial default settings.
Most feature screens include three buttons to confirm or cancel your choices.
¾
The Undo button resets the current screen to the default values that were
displayed when the screen was opened.
¾
The Cancel button resets the screen and returns to the previous screen.
¾
The Save button saves the selections made and returns to the previous screen.
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Transparencies
Use this feature to add either a blank or printed divider between each transparency
within a set. Always load transparencies in the Bypass Tray. Transparency jobs will
be delivered single-sided, collated with no finishing.
The quantity can only be set to one for this feature.
Options:
Off The feature is switched off.
Blank Dividers Use this option to place a blank sheet between each transparency.
Imaged Dividers Use this option to place the same image on the divider sheet as printed on the
transparency.
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Use this feature to create multipage booklets from a sequential set of either singlesided or double-sided originals. The machine will reduce and correctly position each
image to fit on the required page. When the page is folded a booklet will be created.
NOTE: Your originals should be loaded Long Edge Feed (LEF) in the Document
Handler with the output paper loaded Short Edge Feed (SEF) in the paper tray.
Options:
Off The feature is switched off.
On Use this option to enable the Booklet Creation feature. Booklet Creation On options
are as follows:
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1 Sided Originals
Select this option if the originals are single-sided.
2 Sided Originals
Select this option if the originals are double-sided.
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Booklet Creation
Multi-Up
This feature is used to create documents with multiple images on each page. It is
ideal for creating handouts, storyboards or documents used for archival purposes.
NOTE: Originals must be loaded in the Document Handler when using this feature.
Options:
Off The feature is switched off.
On Use to enable the Multi-Up feature.
Multi-Up On options are as follows:
Orientation
Use to select the image and load orientation of the input
originals.
Rows
Selects the required number of Rows, between 1 and 6.
Columns
Selects the required number of Columns, between 1 and 6.
NOTE: The number of images will be limited by the minimum reduction value of
25% and the size of the selected output.
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This feature enables Mirror Image or Negative Image copies to be produced.
Options:
Mirror Image Use this option to change the direction of the original image, creating a mirror of the
original. This option is primarily used to change the position of a graphic.
Negative Image Use Negative Image to create copies that are the opposite of the original document,
the white areas become black and the black areas become white.
HINT: This option is useful for saving toner (dry ink) consumption for images with a
dark background and white text.
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Invert Image
Covers
Use this feature to automatically add covers to your copied set using stock taken
from a different tray than the copies.
HINT: Covers and Inserts can be selected in the same job.
Options:
No Covers The feature is switched off.
Front Only Use this option to add a front cover to the copies.
Back Only Use this option to add a back cover to the copies.
Front and Back Use this option to add both a front and back cover to the copies.
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Blank Cover
Adds Blank covers to the copies.
1 Sided
Places the first original in the job as the front cover image,
and the last image as the image on the inside back cover of
the document.
2 Sided
Places the first two images of the original set on the front and
back of the front cover. The back cover will use the last two
images in the job.
2 Sided, Rotate Side Produces 2 sided covers with the second side rotated to
enable a “head to toe” style output.
2
Cover Stock Use this option to select the tray required for the cover stock.
Inserts
Use this feature to add up to two additional stock types to your job. For example,
you can separate sections using blank sheets or tab stock, or print the first page of
each section on different colored stock to separate chapters.
A combination of standard size media, tab stock, card or colored paper can be used
for the inserts. Load your insert stock into one of the paper trays. If two different
insert stocks are required, load them in different paper trays. The recommendation
is to use trays 1 and 2 for your insert stocks.
To prepare your document for programming the inserts, identify the page number
where the insert is required by counting through the pages. If you require blank
inserts, add blank sheets to your document where the inserts are to be placed. A
maximum of 40 insert sheets can be added to a document.
HINT: Inserts and Covers can be selected in the same job.
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Output Cover Use this option to select the imaging requirements for the covers. Output Cover
Images Images options are as follows:
NOTE: This feature is not available with the Auto Paper option, a paper tray must
be selected. This feature is also not available with 1-2 or 2-1 copying.
Options:
Off The feature is switched off.
First Insert Tray Use this option to program all the inserts which require the first stock you have
loaded.
Select the First Insert Tray option. Using the up/down arrow keys, enter the page
number of the first insert and select Add Insert. The page number displays in the
Insert Page as Side window. If a page number is entered incorrectly, use the Delete
Last Insert option to remove it from the window. Continue entering page numbers
until all the inserts requiring the first stock have been programmed.
Select the paper tray containing the first stock using the Insert Tray option on the
right of the screen.
Second Insert If a second stock is required, use this option to program the inserts requiring a
Tray different stock.
Select the Second Insert Tray option. Using the up/down arrow keys, enter the page
number of the first insert and select Add Insert. The page number displays in the
Insert Page as Side window. If a page number is entered incorrectly, use the Delete
Last Insert option to remove it from the window. Continue entering page numbers
until all the inserts requiring the second stock have been programmed.
Select the paper tray containing the second stock using the Insert Tray option on
the right of the screen.
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Job Assembly
The Job Assembly tab is used to combine multiple documents into a single job,
produce a sample set of a job or for storing the programming of up to 10 jobs.
NOTE: If the ’More Copy Features’ tab is displaying, this must be selected to
access the Job Assembly tab.
Job
Review
Summary
Touch any of the top level buttons to select a feature. To view all the options for a
feature, select the feature required. Multiple options can be selected for each copy
job if required.
The text next to the feature button, called a Job Review Summary, reflects the
current settings for that feature. A checked box indicates that this feature has been
modified from its initial default settings.
Most feature screens include three buttons to confirm or cancel your choices.
¾
The Undo button resets the current screen to the default values that were
displayed when the screen was opened.
¾
The Cancel button resets the screen and returns to the previous screen.
¾
The Save button saves the selections made and returns to the previous screen.
Build Job
Use this feature to build a job that requires different settings for each page. For
example, if a set of documents consists of some pages with text and some with
photos, the appropriate setting for each original can be applied and the job can still
be completed as a single job.
HINT: Quantity, Stapling and Collation options can be adjusted at any time and will
assume the values of the last job segment.
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To use Build Job, split the job into programming and scanning segments. Ensure
Build Job is selected and program and scan the first segment. Continue to program
and load segments until the whole job has been scanned. Select End Build Job
when the entire job has been scanned.
Options:
Off The feature is switched off.
On Use to enable the Build Job feature.
Build Job Offers options which can be selected when using Build Job.
Controls Build Job Controls options are as follows:
End Build Job
Sample Last
Segment
Select this option after the last segment of the job has been
scanned. The job will be sent to print.
Select to see a proof of the last segment scanned.
Delete Last Segment Use to delete the last segment scanned.
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Cancel Sample
Printing
Use to stop and cancel the sample segment that is currently
printing.
Delete All segments
Use to delete the current job and return to the main Build Job
screen.
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This feature is used to review the output to ensure that it is exactly what is required
prior to printing a large quantity.
Options:
Off The feature is switched off.
On Use to enable the Sample Set feature. One complete set of the job will be printed.
To print the remainder of the job, press the Job Status button and select your job in
the queue.
If the output is acceptable, select Release, the job will be completed.
If the output was not acceptable or the job is no longer required, select Delete to
delete the job from the queue. Reprogram and rescan the entire job.
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Sample Set
Stored Programming
Use this feature to program up to 10 commonly used programming sequences. For
example, combinations of selections such as Edge Erase and Bound Originals.
The machine stores only the programming features for the job, NOT the images.
Each time a stored job is used the images must be scanned.
To use this feature, use the up and down scroll buttons on the scrolling list to select
the required storage location, then select a function button - Store or Recall
Programming.
Options:
Job Number Use to scroll to a job number between 1 and 10.
Store Use this option to store the current programming selections. If a job has already
Programming been stored under the selected Job Number, an Overwrite Confirmation Message
appears. If Overwrite is selected, the new programming will be stored.
Recall Use this option to retrieve programming that has been stored under a specified job
Programming number. First select a Job Number, then select Recall Programming. The recalled
programming will overwrite the current copy programming.
After being recalled, the selection can be modified further and re-stored if required.
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¾ Fax ..................................................................5-2
¾ Basic Faxing - Embedded Fax........................5-3
¾ Image Adjustment ...........................................5-8
¾ Added Fax Features .....................................5-12
¾ Basic Faxing - Server Fax.............................5-24
¾ More Fax Features .......................................5-28
¾ Authentication Mode .....................................5-33
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Fax
This chapter contains information about the options available within Fax.
NOTE: Fax is an optional feature which may not be available on your machine. For
information about the options available for each configuration, please refer to the
Product Overview chapter.
There are two types of Fax service - Embedded Fax and Server Fax. Although both
Fax services can be installed, only one fax service can be enabled. Your System
Administrator will set up the default fax service.Embedded Fax is the default service
when both fax services are installed.
Embedded Fax Once enabled on your machine, you will be able to transmit and receive hard copy
fax jobs over the telephone network directly to and from another fax machine. Your
images are sent from your machine directly to the fax number entered. This type of
fax travels over normal telephone lines and will therefore be charged at telephone
rates. If the Basic Faxing screen looks like the one shown below, with the Superfine
option shown, then Embedded Fax is enabled.
NOTE: A separate 2 line fax kit with more memory is available as an option.
For information about the Embedded Fax options available please refer to page 5-3.
Server Fax Once enabled on your machine, you will be able to transmit and receive hard copy
faxes without a dedicated telephone line on the machine. Your images are sent from
your machine to a Third Party fax server which forwards them on to the fax number
you entered. This type of fax travels over normal telephone lines and will therefore
be charged at telephone rates. If the Basic Faxing screen looks like the one shown
below then Server Fax is enabled.
For more information about the Server Fax options available please refer to page
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Fax
Basic Faxing - Embedded Fax
The Basic Faxing tab is the default Embedded Fax screen. Use the options
available on this screen to enter the recipient telephone number and to select the
standard features for your fax job.
Access to the Basic Faxing features is gained using the Features button on the
control panel.
Depending on the options enabled and how your machine has been configured, you
may have to select All Services in the top right-hand corner first.
The tabs available for selecting Fax features are:
¾
Basic Faxing
¾
Image Adjustment
¾
Added Fax Features
HINT: If the ’More Fax Features’ tab is displaying, this can be selected to display
all the Fax feature tabs available.
Touch any of the top level buttons to select a feature. Multiple options can be
selected for each fax job if required.
Most feature screens include three buttons to confirm or cancel your choices.
¾
The Undo button resets the current screen to the default values that were
displayed when the screen was opened.
¾
The Cancel button resets the screen and returns to the previous screen.
¾
The Save button saves the selections made and returns to the previous screen.
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Dialing Options
Use the Dialing Options to enter an individual fax number or a group of fax numbers
already stored within the Send List. Special dialing characters can also be added to
your fax number from here.
There are two methods of entering a phone number - Manually using the keypad or
by selecting a number already stored within the Send List.
Options:
Send List Used to send a fax to multiple destinations. Send List fax numbers can be added
manually using the keypad, or by using the Speed Dial options. Individual or Group
lists can be created.
Selecting the Send List accesses the Directory screen. The Directory stores and
displays the fax recipient details. Information includes the recipients name, fax
number and transmission preferences, for example the resolution and
communication mode. Individual and Group entries can be stored within the Send
List.
The Group Directory allows a combination of specific individual names and
numbers to be stored within a group. Group members must first be programmed
from the Individual Directory. When sending a fax to a group, simply enter the one
group number and each individual within the group will receive the document.
HINT: When individual directory numbers are deleted from the Phone List they will
also be deleted from the Group.
NOTE: All Directory entries are current and will not be deleted once a fax job has
been completed.
Speed Dial Speed Dial numbers are automatically created when a fax destination number is
entered into the Individual Directory. Using the Speed Dial number saves time
typing the complete fax destination number.
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Begin DTMF [*]
Starts a sequence of DTMF (Dual Tone Multi-frequency)
characters.
End DTMF [#]
Ends a sequence of DTMF (Dual Tone Multi-frequency)
characters.
Suspends dialing until an expected network dial tone is
Wait for Dial Tone [=] detected. Can also be used to detect a specific tone when
accessing an outside line or other services.
Used to switch from pulse dialing to DTMF (tone or onePulse to Tone Switch
touch) dialing. After switching from pulse to tone, you cannot
[:]
switch back to the original mode during the fax procedure.
Readability Digits
[( )]
Identifies the different components of the fax number, for
example the dialing code (1234) 56789.
Start Mailbox
Signalling [!]
Pauses regular fax dialing and starts DTMF (Dual Tone Multifrequency) procedure for the fax mailbox.
Pause [,]
Gives the machine time to switch from an inside line to an
outside line during automatic dialing. For additional pause
time, add multiple pauses. For charge code numbers, enter a
pause after the fax number but before the charge code
number.
Private Data
Delimiter [/]
Protects confidential information, For example, if a special
charge code or credit card number is required for a call. The /
character should be selected before and after entering
confidential numbers. The numbers and characters entered
between this character will appear as asterisks (*).
Line Selection
Identifier [<1>]
Used to select Line 1 to dial the number. Selecting this
character temporarily overwrites the fax settings and is for
the current job only.
Line Selection
Identifier [<2>]
Used to select Line 2 (if installed) to dial the number. If a
second line is not installed then this option will not be
available. Selecting this character temporarily overwrites the
fax settings and is for the current job only.
Chain Dialing This feature allows users to create a single fax recipient by adding two or more fax
numbers together. For example, an area code may be stored separately to the
telephone number, Chain Dialing combines these entries into a single fax number.
Chain Dialing is accessed from the Send List.
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Fax
Dialing Dialing characters are special characters used for entering fax numbers. They are
Characters entered as part of the telephone number:
Resolution
The Resolution affects the appearance of the fax at the receiving fax terminal. A
higher resolution produces better quality for photos. However, a lower resolution
reduces communication time.
Options:
Standard 200 x 100 dpi - Recommended for text documents. It requires less communication
time, but does not produce the best image quality for graphics and photos.
Fine 200 x 200 dpi - Recommended for line art and photos. This is the default resolution
and the best choice in most cases.
SuperFine 600 x 600 dpi - Recommended for photos and halftones, or images that have gray
tones. It requires more communication time, but produces the best image quality.
NOTE: Manufacturers definitions of Superfine may vary.
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Sides Scanned
This is used to specify whether the originals are single-sided or double-sided. For
2-sided originals the orientation can also be programmed.
Options:
1 Sided Use this option for originals that are printed on one side only.
2 Sided Use this option for originals that are printed on both sides.
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Image Adjustment
The Image Adjustment tab provides further features that can be applied to your fax
job.
NOTE: If the ’More Fax Features’ tab is displaying, this must be selected to access
the Image Adjustment tab.
Job
Review
Summary
Touch any of the top level buttons to select a feature. To view all the options for a
feature, select the feature required. Multiple options can be selected for each fax
job if required.
The text next to the feature button, called a Job Review Summary, reflects the
current settings for that feature. A checked box indicates that this feature has been
modified from its initial default settings.
Most feature screens include three buttons to confirm or cancel your choices.
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¾
The Undo button resets the current screen to the default values that were
displayed when the screen was opened.
¾
The Cancel button resets the screen and returns to the previous screen.
¾
The Save button saves the selections made and returns to the previous screen.
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Image Quality
Use this feature to enhance the quality of the outgoing fax.
Options:
Original Type Use this option to enhance the quality of the fax based on the type of original being
scanned.
Original Type options are as follows:
Normal
Text
Halftone Photo
Photo
This is the standard setting and can be used for most
originals.
Use for originals containing text or line art.
Use for high quality lithographic images or continuous tone
photos with text and/or graphics.
Use for continuous tone photographs or printed half-tone
originals.
Lighten / Darken Adjusts the lightness or darkness of the fax. To darken the fax, select the down
scroll button. To lighten the fax, select the up scroll button.
Background Use to automatically reduce or eliminate the dark background resulting from
Suppression scanning colored paper or newspaper originals.
NOTE: Background Suppression is disabled if the Original Type is Photo.
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Original Input
This feature enables users to specify the size of the original document when
scanning from the Document Glass or Document Handler. The machine uses this
information to calculate the size of your original and the scanned image.
Options:
Auto This is the default option. Auto automatically detects the size of the originals in the
Document Handler.
Manual Platen Use this option to specify the dimensions of the document scanning region when
Input scanning from the Document Glass. There are several pre-set dimensions that
correspond to common document sizes and orientations.
Mixed Size Use this feature to scan a document containing mixed size originals. The originals
Originals+ must be the same width, for example 8.5" x 11" long edge feed and 11" x 17" short
edge feed. Load documents in the Document Handler when using this feature.
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Bound Originals
Use this option to program which page or pages of a bound document are to be
scanned and faxed.
The bound original is placed face down on the Document Glass with the spine of
the book lined up with the marker on the rear edge of the glass. Align the top of the
bound original against the rear edge of the document glass. Do not close the
document handler during the faxing process.
HINT: If necessary, apply a little pressure to the center of the book to flatten it
during scanning.
Options:
Off The feature is switched off.
Right Page Faxes only the page on the right when looking at the open book, face up.
Left Page Faxes only the page on the left when looking at the open book, face up.
Both Pages Faxes both pages of an open book, in left to right order when looking at the open
book face up. Each page is placed on a separate sheet of paper.
Binding Erase Erases a specified area from the center of the book to eliminate unwanted marks
caused by scanning the binding area. Up to 1.0 inch can be erased.
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Added Fax Features
The Added Fax Features tab provides further fax features which can be used when
transmitting faxes.
NOTE: If the ’More Fax Features’ tab is displaying, this must be selected to access
the Added Fax Features tab.
Touch any of the top level buttons to select a feature. To view all the options for a
feature, select the feature required. Multiple options can be selected for each fax
job if required.
Most feature screens include three buttons to confirm or cancel your choices.
¾
The Undo button resets the current screen to the default values that were
displayed when the screen was opened.
¾
The Cancel button resets the screen and returns to the previous screen.
¾
The Save button saves the selections made and returns to the previous screen.
Fax Sending Features
Select this feature to access the options which enable you to apply additional
transmission features to your fax job.
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Transmission Options
Allows transmission information to be included with your fax job.
Options:
Transmission This report contains details about the fax together with a reduced copy of the
Report image from the first page. When sending a fax to multiple recipients, a Broadcast
Report will be printed listing all of the recipients.
Transmit Header Prints partial or full details of the transmission in the header of each page of your
Print fax job.
Partial header details include:
• the sending fax machine’s telephone number
• the date and time the fax was sent
• the page number.
Full header details include:
• the sending fax machine’s telephone number and name
• the date and time the fax was sent
• the page number.
NOTE: The machine telephone number and name are set up when Embedded Fax
is installed. The time is displayed as a 12 or 24 hour clock, depending on the
system settings.
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Reduce/Split
Use this option to choose how your faxed document is printed if your document
paper size is larger than the receiving machines capability.
Options:
Reduce to fit Reduces the faxed document to fit the paper size of the receiving fax machine.
Split across If this option is selected the receiving fax machine will either split the faxed
pages document into two equal parts, or print the majority of the image on to one page and
the remainder on the next page.
NOTE: This option cannot be used with the Standard Resolution setting.
Due to print margins, some of the image may be lost around the edges when using
the Split feature.
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Cover Letter
Use this option to add a cover letter to your fax job. Users can add text in the ’To’,
’From’ and ’Comment’ fields.
NOTE: The Cover Letter title is added automatically.
Options:
To: Displays the recipient’s fax number or name. Select the keyboard button to amend
the recipient’s name.
From: Displays the sending machines local name. Select the keyboard button to amend
the sender’s name.
Comment: Use the up/down buttons to move through the list. The selected Comment displays
in the Comment area on the Cover Letter. Selecting No Comment will leave the
Comment text region blank.
HINT: Only one Comment can be selected at a time.
NOTE: For more information about setting up a Comment please refer to page
5-20.
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Starting Rate
Use this option to set the transmission speed of your fax job.
Options:
Forced 4800 bps Used in areas of low quality communication, when experiencing telephone noise or
when fax communications are susceptible to errors.
Super G3 (33.6 Determines the communication mode to be used based on the maximum
kbps) capabilities of the remote machine. The initial transmission speed will be 33,600
Bits per second.
G3 (14.4 Kbps) Selects the communications mode based on the maximum capabilities of the
remote machine. The initial transmission speed will be 14,400 Bits per second.
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Delayed Send
Use Delayed Send to specify a time at which to send a fax. The time can be set
between 15 minutes and 23 hours 59 minutes. This feature is very useful when
transmitting faxes during off-peak hours or when sending to another country or time
zone.
A 12 or 24 hour clock can be set. If the 12 hour clock is set, you must also select
either the AM or PM button.
NOTE: Batch Send is a feature, which is set up by your System Administrator. It
allows multiple fax jobs to be sent to the same destination during the same
transmission session. If sending a fax job that has the same destination as a job
already held as a Delayed Send job, a pop-up window displays on the touch
screen asking you whether to send your fax now or add it to the job being sent at a
later time. Select the option required to complete your job.
Options:
Off The feature is switched off.
Specific Time Enables users to enter the actual time the fax is to be sent.
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Fax Reports
This feature enables you to obtain hard copy information about the status of the fax
feature on your machine.
Options:
Fax Reports options are as follows:
Activity Report
Displays the last 50 fax activities completed on the machine.
Dial Directory Report Lists all the numbers stored in the Dial Directory.
Group Directory
Report
Lists all the numbers stored within each group within the
Group Directory.
Options Report
Provides the machine configuration, firmware level and
options.
Displays the fax jobs in the machine’s memory waiting to be
Pending Jobs Report sent or printed. This report also gives a percentage of
available memory on the machine.
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Mailboxes
Enabled by your System Administrator, this option allows you to store documents in
a mailbox. The mailbox can be located on the same machine you are using (local
mailbox), or sent to a mailbox on a remote machine (remote mailbox). Documents
held within the mailbox are recognized as stored for polling, printing or deleting by
the user. To access a mailbox you must enter the 3 digit mailbox number and 4 digit
mailbox passcode. Please contact your System Administrator for further
assistance.
NOTE: The storage time for faxes is set up by your System Administrator.
Options:
Store to Mailbox Allows users to scan and store fax documents for polling. Documents are stored in
your mailbox and automatically sent to a remote fax machine when requested.
Print Mailbox Allows you to print a hard copy of the documents stored in a mailbox.
Documents
Delete Mailbox Allows you to delete all the documents stored within a mailbox.
Documents
NOTE: If the Delete Mailbox Documents or Print Mailbox Documents button is
selected then both received and stored documents within the selected mailbox will
be printed or deleted.
Send to a Allows you to send a fax document directly to an individual’s private mailbox on a
Remote Mailbox remote machine.
NOTE: This feature will only be available when the remote machine has mailbox
capability and when the user sending the document knows the mailbox number of
the recipient.
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Comment Setup
This feature allows you to create, modify or delete comments that you want to
appear on the fax Cover Letter. Up to 10 comments can be stored on the machine.
To add or modify a comment select an empty entry from the comment list and select
Edit. Using the keyboard enter the comment you wish to store. A maximum of 30
characters can be entered. To delete a comment, select the comment from the list
and select Delete.
Advanced Fax Features
Offers advanced features which enable you to transmit large, complex jobs; scan
and store fax jobs for retrieval by another fax machine, or poll another fax machine.
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Use this feature to fax a job that requires different settings for each page or a
segment of pages. This feature is also useful if your fax job has more than 70 pages
which exceeds the maximum capacity of the Document Handler.
NOTE: The destination fax number must be entered prior to using Build Job.
Options:
Off The feature is switched off.
On Use to enable the Build Job feature.
Build Job Offers options which can be selected when using Build Job.
Controls Build Job Controls options are as follows:
End Build Job
Select this option after the last segment of the job has been
scanned. The job will be sent to print.
Delete Last Segment Use to delete the last segment scanned.
Delete All segments
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Use to delete the current job and return to the main Build Job
screen.
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Build Job
Polling
Polling enables you to store fax documents into the machine’s memory for retrieval by
another remote fax machine, or poll a remote fax machine or mailbox.
Options:
Store for Polling This option allows users to scan documents and store them. When remote
machines poll the device, they are able to retrieve the scanned document(s).
Passcodes can be set up to control which machines have access to the documents
stored.
Poll Remote Fax This option allows users to set up their machine to contact a remote fax machine to
locate and receive faxes stored by the remote machine.
Poll Remote This option allows users to set up their machine to contact a remote mailbox which
Mailbox is set up on a remote fax machine. When contact has been made the remote
machine sends the faxes stored within the mailbox.
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Dial Directory Setup
Use this feature to store destination names, fax numbers and transmission settings
in your machine. Entries stored here will be available for selection within the Send
List feature on the Basic Faxing tab.
Dialing Groups can also be set up, comprising of many individual entries.
HINT: This feature saves time when sending faxes to frequently used destinations.
Options:
Individual Use this option to set up individual fax destination names, numbers and settings.
Group Use this option to set up a group of directory locations under one number. Using a
Group Dial Directory means that you only have to enter one group number to send
to multiple destinations.
NOTE: A new Group Dial List must be created using those destinations already
stored as an Individual Directory or Group Directory list.
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Basic Faxing - Server Fax
The Basic Faxing tab is the default Server Fax screen. Use the options available on
this screen to enter the recipient telephone number and to select the standard
features for a fax job.
Access to the Basic Faxing features is gained using the Features button on the
control panel.
Depending on the options enabled and how your machine has been configured, you
may have to select All Services in the top right-hand corner first.
The tabs available for selecting Fax features are:
¾
Basic Faxing
¾
More Fax Features
Touch any of the top level buttons to select a feature. Multiple options can be
selected for each fax job if required.
Most feature screens include three buttons to confirm or cancel your choices.
¾
The Undo button resets the current screen to the default values that were
displayed when the screen was opened.
¾
The Cancel button resets the screen and returns to the previous screen.
¾
The Save button saves the selections made and returns to the previous screen.
Dialing Options
The Dialing Options area contains a window where the telephone number entered
is displayed. Once it is displayed, it can be added to a list of destination telephone
numbers, a special character can be added, or a list of up to 30 stored telephone
numbers can be accessed.
There are two methods of entering a phone number - Manually using the keypad or
by selecting a number already stored in the Phone List.
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Options:
Add to Send List Used when you want to send a fax to more than one destination. Enter the number
using the keypad or select the Phone List button and select a stored number. Then
select the Add to Send List button. Continue to add numbers until all the locations
have been entered.
Send List Stores the list of telephone numbers entered, to enable faxing to multiple locations.
The number on the Send List button will change, indicating how many telephone
numbers currently reside in the Send List.
Select the Send List button to view or delete telephone numbers.
Dialing Dialing characters are special characters used for entering fax numbers and are
Characters entered as part of the telephone number:
Dial Pause [,]
Allows the machine enough time to switch from an inside line
to an outside line. The delay depends on the fax server.
Long Pause [I]
This pause is used if a longer period is required to gain a dial
tone.
Group Dial [\]
Indicates that an identifier for a previously set up group is
about to be entered.
Mask Data [/]
Used to hide information on printed reports. Characters
entered between two forward slash symbols will appear as
asterisks.
Password Check
Switch [S]
Pulse-To-Tone
Switch [:]
Used for remote terminal identification. This character
verifies that the correct number has been dialed.
Use to switch from Pulse dialing to Tone dialing.
Wait for Network Use to suspend dialing until an expected network tone is
Tone Detection [W] detected.
Required as part of some international telephone numbers (in
Local ID [+]
Character Check [+] place of 00).
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Local ID [space] Used to improve readability. For example, adding spaces to a
Character Check [ ] telephone number as 1 234 5678 instead of 12345678.
Phone List The Phone List can store up to 30 fax numbers. Enter the fax number and select
Phone List. Select an empty number and then Enter Phone List, the number will be
stored. Fax numbers in the Phone List can also be added to the Send List. Entries
displayed in the phone list will not be deleted once a fax job has been completed.
Resolution
The Resolution affects the appearance of the fax at the receiving fax terminal. A
higher resolution yields better quality for photos. A lower resolution reduces
communication time.
Options:
Standard 200 x 100 dpi - Recommend for text documents. It requires less communication
time, but does not produce the best image quality for graphics and photos.
Fine 200 x 200 dpi - Recommended for line art and photos. This is the default resolution
and the best choice in most cases.
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Sides Scanned
This is used to specify whether the originals are single-sided or double-sided. For
2-sided originals the orientation can also be programmed.
Options:
1 Sided Use this option for originals that are printed on 1 side only.
2 Sided Use this option for originals that are printed on both sides.
2 Sided/ Rotated Use this option for double-sided originals which are in the “head to toe” orientation.
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More Fax Features
The More Fax Features tab provides additional fax features which can be used with
your fax job.
Job
Review
Summary
Touch any of the top level buttons to select a feature. To view all the options for a
feature, select the feature required. Multiple options can be selected for each fax
job if required.
The text next to the feature button, called a Job Review Summary, reflects the
current settings for that feature. A checked box indicates that this feature has been
modified from its initial default settings.
Most feature screens include three buttons to confirm or cancel your choices.
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¾
The Undo button resets the current screen to the default values that were
displayed when the screen was opened.
¾
The Cancel button resets the screen and returns to the previous screen.
¾
The Save button saves the selections made and returns to the previous screen.
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Image Quality
Use this feature to enhance the quality of the outgoing fax.
Options:
Original Type Use this option to enhance the quality of the fax based on the type of original being
scanned.
Original Type options are as follows:
Normal
Text
Halftone Photo
Photo
This is the standard setting and can be used for most
originals.
Use for originals containing text or line art.
Use for high quality lithographic images or continuous tone
photos with text and/or graphics.
Use for continuous tone photographs or printed half-tone
originals.
Lighten / Darken Adjusts the lightness or darkness of the fax. To darken the fax, select the down
scroll button. To lighten the fax, select the up scroll button.
Background This option automatically reduces or eliminates the dark background resulting from
Suppression colored paper or newspaper originals.
NOTE: Background Suppression is disabled if the Original Type is Photo.
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More Image Quality
Use this feature in addition to the settings selected using the Image Quality option,
to further enhance the quality of your output.
Options:
Contrast Adjusts the difference between the image densities within the scanned image.
Sharpness Adjusts the balance between sharp text and moiré (patterns within the image).
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Original Input
Use this option to program the size of the originals being scanned or enable the
machine to recognize the size of the originals automatically.
Options:
Auto Use this option to enable the machine to recognize the size of the originals being
fed through the Document Handler.
Manual Platen Use this option to specify the dimensions of the document scanning region when
Input scanning from the document glass. There are several dimensions that correspond
to common document sizes and orientations.
Select a standard size or use Custom to manually adjust the scanning dimensions.
Mixed Size Use this feature to scan a document containing mixed size originals. The originals
Originals must be the same width, for example 8.5" x 11" long edge feed and 11" x 17" short
edge feed. Load documents in the Document Handler when using this feature.
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Delayed Send
Use Delayed Send to specify a time, within the next 24 hours, at which to send a
fax. This feature can be used to transmit faxes during off-peak hours or is useful
when sending to another country or time zone.The time to send is added to the job
information sent to the fax server with the scanned image. The Third Party Fax
Server retains the fax for sending at the specified time.
This feature can be set as a 12 or 24 hour clock. If the 12 hour clock is set, you must
also select either the AM or PM button.
Options:
Off The feature is switched off.
Specific Time Enables users to enter the actual time the fax is to be sent.
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Authentication Mode
Authentication is a useful network security management tool - limiting, restricting
and monitoring access to the network via the machine. Authentication can be set up
by the System Administrator to restrict access to the features within Scan to E-mail,
Network Scanning, Server Fax and Internet Fax.
There are two authentication modes available:
Network Requires your network login name and password. If you do not have a network
Authentication account on the local network you will not be authenticated using this mode.
Guest Access Requires a generic passcode that is set up by the System Administrator. You will
need to obtain the passcode from the System Administrator.
Contact your System Administrator for further assistance.
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6 Internet Fax
¾ Internet Fax.....................................................6-2
¾ Image Adjustment ...........................................6-6
¾ Output Format...............................................6-12
¾ Authentication Mode .....................................6-16
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Internet Fax
This chapter contains information about the options available within Internet Fax.
NOTE: Internet Fax is an optional feature which may not be available on your
machine. For information about the options available for each configuration, please
refer to the Product Overview chapter.
Internet Fax allows you to send your scanned images as an e-mail attachment to a
specified recipient or recipients. This type of fax travels over the internet or intranet.
The basic Internet Fax screen allows you to enter the SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer
Protocol) e-mail addresses for your fax. You can also use this screen to add and
remove recipients and edit the subject line.
NOTE: An SMTP compliant e-mail address format must be used. For example,
anyone@anycompany.com.
Access to the Internet Fax features is gained using the Features button on the
control panel.
Depending on the options enabled and how your machine has been configured, you
may have to select All Services in the top right-hand corner first.
The tabs available for selecting the Internet Fax features are:
¾
Internet Fax
¾
Image Adjustment
¾
Output Format
Touch any of the top level buttons to select a feature. Multiple options can be
selected for each fax job if required.
Most feature screens include three buttons to confirm or cancel your choices.
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¾
The Undo button resets the current screen to the default values that were
displayed when the screen was opened.
¾
The Cancel button resets the screen and returns to the previous screen.
¾
The Save button saves the selections made and returns to the previous screen.
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Send:
Use the Send options to enter recipient information.
Options:
From Use this option to enter the From e-mail address.
NOTE: If you accessed Internet Fax via Authentication Mode, the From e-mail
address will be linked with the login name and cannot be changed.
To Use this option to enter the e-mail address of the required recipient.
Cc Use this option to enter the e-mail address of the required recipient you wish to be
copied on the e-mail job.
Edit Subject Use this option to edit the default e-mail subject. The subject is the title of the e-mail
and not the text contained within the e-mail. The subject line can contain up to 248
characters and is displayed on the touch screen under the Edit Subject button.
Details Use this option to view the details of the selected recipient. The information
displayed is determined by how the address was originally added to the Address
List - from either the Internal or Public address book, or entered manually.
Remove Use this option to delete the selected address from the Address List.
Remove All Use this option to delete all the addresses from the Address List. A confirmation
pop-up message displays.
Scroll Buttons Use the Scroll Buttons located to the right of the Address List to move through the
list.
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Address List
Displays all the recipient addresses entered for the current Internet Fax job. Up to
128 recipients addresses can be entered in the list.
Entering an E-mail Address for Internet Fax
E-mail addresses can be entered in one of two ways - manually or via an address
book.
NOTE: When entering e-mail details you can change the keypad to show upper or
lower case, accented characters or numbers by selecting any Back button.
Manually
If you already know the full SMTP e-mail address of your recipient, or if you know
that the recipient is not in any of the configured address books, you can select the
To... button and use the keypad on the touch screen to enter the e-mail address.
Your machine will check that it is an SMTP address. If it is not an SMTP address,
your machine will search the address book for a matching entry.
The entered e-mail address will be shown in the Address List.
Selecting the details for a manually entered e-mail address will only display the email address, no other details are available.
Address Books
Address books contain a list of e-mail addresses and details that are relevant to
your company and/or you. If configured, your machine is able to support two types
of e-mail address books - Public and Internal. When an entry is made in To, From
or Cc the address book displays search results for one or both configured address
books.
Use the keypad on the touch screen to enter the e-mail recipients name. As with
most search facilities you do not need to enter the full name and can search the
address book on the first few letters.
When you have entered the required e-mail search criteria select the Enter button.
If there are no matching entries select the Change Address Book button to search
the other address book.
NOTE: The Change Address Book button will only be displayed if both the address
books have been configured.
If one or more matches are found based on the search criteria, the matches are
displayed on the touch screen. Use the up and down scroll bars to locate the
required recipient. Highlight the recipient in the list and select the Add button.
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Address Book Types
If configured there are two different types of address book on your machine, Public
and Internal.
Public Address Book
The Public address book stores external company addresses on the machine. The
address book contains a list of user names and their e-mail addresses.
The file must be a CSV (Comma Separated Value) format for your machine to be
able to read the file contents. The completed file is imported to the machine via
CentreWare Internet Services. Your machine will not allow the import of a Public
address book file that does not end with the .CSV file extension.
A valid CSV file is in the format: Name, SMTP e-mail address. For example the
following are both valid CSV format file entries:
Smith, smith@company.com
"Smith, John", john.smith@company.com
The order in which the entries are sorted in the CSV file determines the order
displayed in the Public address book at your machine.
Internal Address Book
Otherwise known as the LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol), the Internal
address book stores internal company addresses on the company network. The
System Administrator creates the Internal address book.
The display of the search results is defined by the LDAP. For example, the LDAP
server can return a search query "And" as "Andrew Smith" when the result
"Andrews, James" may have been expected. The lastname, firstname or firstname,
lastname display is controlled by the LDAP server and not your machine.
If you have successfully logged in via Authentication mode, your machine will
automatically attempt to match your login name to your e-mail address. Your name
will then be entered into the From e-mail address field. You will not be able to
change this.
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Internet Fax
Continue this process until you have added all the required recipients and on
completion select Done. The entered e-mail address will be shown in the Address
List.
Image Adjustment
The Image Adjustment tab is used to temporarily program features to enhance the
appearance and style of the scanned Internet Fax image.
Job
Review
Summary
Touch any of the top level buttons to select a feature. To view all the options for a
feature, select the feature required. Multiple options can be selected for each fax
job if required.
The text next to the feature button, called a Job Review Summary, reflects the
current settings for that feature. A checked box indicates that this feature has been
modified from its initial default settings.
Most feature screens include three buttons to confirm or cancel your choices.
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¾
The Undo button resets the current screen to the default values that were
displayed when the screen was opened.
¾
The Cancel button resets the screen and returns to the previous screen.
¾
The Save button saves the selections made and returns to the previous screen.
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Image Quality
Use this feature to enhance the quality of your scanned originals.
Options:
Original Type Use this option to enhance the quality of the output based on the type of original
being scanned.
Original Type options are as follows:
Normal
Text
Halftone Photo
Photo
This is the standard setting and can be used for most
originals.
Use for originals containing text or line art.
Use for high quality lithographic images or continuous tone
photos with text and/or graphics.
Use for continuous tone photographs or printed half-tone
originals.
Lighten / Darken This option provides controls to adjust the lightness or darkness of the output. To
darken the output, press the down scroll button. To lighten the output, press the up
scroll button.
Background This option automatically reduces or eliminates the dark background resulting from
Suppression colored paper or newspaper originals.
NOTE: Background Suppression is disabled if the Original Type is Photo.
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More Image Quality
Use this feature in addition to the settings selected using the Image Quality option,
to further enhance the quality of your output.
Options:
Contrast This option controls the differences between the image densities within the copy.
Select a lower setting to improve the copy quality of pictures. Select a higher setting
to produce more vivid blacks and whites for sharper text and lines.
Sharpness This option controls the balance between sharp text and moiré (patterns within the
image). Use the scroll buttons to adjust the sharpness values from sharper to softer,
based on the quality of the input images.
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This feature is used to specify whether the originals are single-sided or doublesided. For 2-sided originals the orientation can also be programmed.
Options:
1 Sided Use this option for originals that are printed on 1 side only.
2 Sided Use this option for originals that are printed on both sides.
2 Sided, Rotate Use this option for originals that are printed on both sides. This option creates
Side 2 documents which can be read in a “head to toe” manner, for example a calendar.
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Sides Scanned
Resolution
Resolution affects the appearance of the scanned image. The higher the scanning
resolution the better the image quality.
Options:
200x100 Produces the smallest image file size and is only recommended for use with simple
(Standard) text documents.
NOTE: 200x100 is disabled if the Document Format is PDF.
200x200 (Fine) Recommended for use with average quality text documents and line art. Does not
produce the best image quality for photos and graphics.
300x300 Recommended for use with high quality text documents that are destined to pass
(Superfine) through Optical Character Recognition (OCR) applications. Also recommended for
high quality line art or medium quality photos and graphics. This is the default
resolution and the best choice in most cases.
400x400 (Non- Recommended for average quality photos and graphics. It produces a smaller file
standard) size than the 600 x 600 resolution.
600x600 (Non- Recommended for use with high quality photos and graphics. It produces the
Standard) largest image file size, but delivers the best image quality.
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Use this option to program the size of the originals being scanned or program the
machine to determine the size of the originals automatically.
Options:
Auto Use this option to allow the machine to determine the size of the originals being fed
through the document handler automatically.
Manual Platen Use this option to specify the dimensions of the document scanning region when
Input scanning from the document glass. There are several dimensions that correspond
to common document sizes and orientations.
Select a standard size or use Custom to manually adjust the scanning dimensions.
Mixed Size Use this feature to scan a document containing mixed size originals. The originals
Originals must be the same width, for example 8.5x11inch long edge feed and 11x17inch
short edge feed. Load documents in the Document Handler when using this feature.
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Original Input
Output Format
Use this feature to temporarily change the settings required for the scanned image.
Job
Review
Summary
Touch any of the top level buttons to select a feature. To view all the options for a
feature, select the feature required. Multiple options can be selected for each fax
job if required.
The text next to the feature button, called a Job Review Summary, reflects the
current settings for that feature. A checked box indicates that this feature has been
modified from its initial default settings.
Most feature screens include three buttons to confirm or cancel your choices.
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The Undo button resets the current screen to the default values that were
displayed when the screen was opened.
¾
The Cancel button resets the screen and returns to the previous screen.
¾
The Save button saves the selections made and returns to the previous screen.
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Use the Document Format option when your job is to be sent with a different file
format than that set as the default.
Options:
Multi-page Tiff Multi-Page Tagged-Image File Format. One TIFF file containing several pages of
scanned images.
PDF Portable Document Format. Given the right software the recipient of the scanned
image can view, print or edit the file, no matter what their computer platform.
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Document Format
Acknowledgment Report
Use this feature to print a report containing the delivery status of your job. The report
will include the number of successful, failed and unconfirmed recipients.
Options:
Enabled Use this option to print a status report after the job has been sent.
Disabled Use this option to switch the feature off.
NOTE: If the default setting for this feature is already Enabled you will not be able
to disable this feature.
Reply To
Use the Reply To feature to alter the default address to which replies to your Internet
Fax job can be sent.
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Use this feature to edit the default e-mail message being transmitted with the job.
The message body is the text contained within the e-mail and not the e-mail subject
line. The message entered will only be available for the current job.
NOTE: The default message is set up by your System Administrator.
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Internet Fax
Message Body
Authentication Mode
Authentication is a useful network security management tool - limiting, restricting
and monitoring access to the network via the machine. Authentication can be set up
by the System Administrator to restrict access to the features within Scan to E-mail,
Network Scanning, Server Fax and Internet Fax.
There are two authentication modes available:
Network Requires your network login name and password. If you do not have a network
Authentication account on the local network you will not be authenticated using this mode.
Guest Access Requires a generic passcode that is set up by the System Administrator. You will
need to obtain the passcode from the System Administrator.
Contact your System Administrator for further assistance.
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7 Network Scanning
¾ Scan................................................................7-2
¾ Network Scanning...........................................7-3
¾ Image Adjustment ...........................................7-7
¾ Output Format...............................................7-14
¾ Refresh Destinations ....................................7-18
¾ Authentication Mode .....................................7-19
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Scan
This chapter contains information about the options available within Network
Scanning.
NOTE: Network Scanning is an optional feature which may not be available on
your machine. For information about the options available for each configuration,
please refer to the Product Overview chapter.
If Network Scanning has been enabled, an electronic file can be created from a hard
copy original. The scanned document is converted to an electronic file and stored
electronically. The electronic file can be filed, faxed, or distributed through e-mail.
Scanning Resources
There are other sources of information available:
CentreWare Network Scanning Services
Enables the installation, set up and management of Network Scanning Services on
the network. Network Scanning Services is composed of several different elements
that work together to create and deliver the scanned document to its final
destination. Refer to the CentreWare Network Scanning Services Pack delivered
with the Scanning Services Kit.
CentreWare Internet Services
Internet Services is the embedded HTTP server application that is available on
network enabled models. Internet Services enables you to access printing and
scanning features, view status, manage jobs, and perform machine management
tasks using a browser application over the Internet or intranet. To access Internet
Services open your web browser and enter the machine’s IP Address in the
Address or Location field.
Resources Provided on the World Wide Web
Web Site
www.xerox.com
www.centreware.com
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General Contents
This is a source of general solution overview and
options for upgrade.
Contains CentreWare general information with links to
the latest drivers and utilities.
Quick Reference Guide
Access to the Network Scanning features is gained using the Features button on
the control panel.
Depending on the options enabled and how your machine has been configured, you
may have to select All Services in the top right-hand corner first.
Use the Network Scanning tab on the touch screen to select the standard features
for a scan job.
The tabs available for selecting Network Scanning features are:
¾
Network Scanning
¾
Image Adjustment
¾
Output Format
¾
Refresh Destinations
Touch any of the top level buttons to select a feature. Multiple options can be
selected for each scan job if required.
Most feature screens include three buttons to confirm or cancel your choices.
¾
The Undo button resets the current screen to the default values that were
displayed when the screen was opened.
¾
The Cancel button resets the screen and returns to the previous screen.
¾
The Save button saves the selections made and returns to the previous screen.
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Network Scanning
Repositories
Repositories are directories or filing locations set up on a server where your
scanned files are held. Before you can use Network Scanning your System
Administrator must set up the repositories available to your machine. The
repositories are defined in the template and cannot be changed at the machine. Up
to 5 repositories (1 default and 4 additional) can be defined.
Template Overview
Successful network scanning requires selecting a template at your machine.
Templates contain pre-selected options which will be applied to the scanned
original, for example, information about the final destination of your job (the
repository) and the image quality settings are defined within the template, along with
the template name.
Making Templates can be created or changed using CentreWare Scan Services or
Templates CentreWare Internet Services. Contact your System Administrator for further
information.
HINT: Template names are limited to 20 characters. Template names containing
more than 20 characters will be shortened to the first 20 characters. Remember
this when searching for existing templates or assigning template names.
Selecting a Select a template based on where the file is required to be sent. Normally, the
template System Administrator will have established a template for use by each user.
Changing After a template is selected, most of the preprogrammed settings can be temporarily
Preprogrammed changed such as sides scanned, image quality and resolution.
Template The output destination assigned to the template cannot be changed at the machine.
Selections
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The Template Destination lists the templates stored on the machine. On installation
the factory default template ’DEFAULT’, displays in upper case in the Template
Destination list. The default template appears at the top of the list and is selected
automatically. All other templates follow in alpha-numeric order. There is a
maximum limit of 250 templates.
Template operations can be performed either from CentreWare Internet Services or
CentreWare Scan Services.
¾
Template names starting with the @ symbol have been created using the
CentreWare Internet Services.
¾
Templates without the @ symbol are templates that have been created using
CentreWare Network Scanning Software.
HINT: A default template can also be created using CentreWare Network Scanning
Software. The word ’default’ displays in lower case.
Scrolling Use the Scroll Buttons located to the right of the Template List to move through the
through the list one page at a time and select a Template.
Template List To quickly get to a specific page in the Template List, use the keypad to identify the
page number then select the hash (#) key. The counter will display the page
location.
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Template Destinations
Destination Details
The Destination Details section on the right side of the screen displays information
about the selected template. Each time you select another template file, this area
will update to display information associated with the selected template.
NOTE: Any changes made to the template at the machine are temporary.
Permanent changes must be made with the same utility that created the template.
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The Image Adjustment tab is used to program features relating to the scanned
images.
Job
Review
Summary
Touch any of the top level buttons to select a feature. To view all the options for a
feature, select the feature required. Multiple options can be selected for each scan
job if required.
The text next to the feature button, called a Job Review Summary, reflects the
current settings for that feature. A checked box indicates that this feature has been
modified from its initial default settings.
Most feature screens include three buttons to confirm or cancel your choices.
¾
The Undo button resets the current screen to the default values that were
displayed when the screen was opened.
¾
The Cancel button resets the screen and returns to the previous screen.
¾
The Save button saves the selections made and returns to the previous screen.
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Image Adjustment
Image Quality
Use this feature to enhance the quality of your scanned originals.
Options:
Original Type Use this option to enhance the quality of the output based on the type of original
being scanned.
Original Type options are as follows:
Normal
Text
Halftone Photo
Photo
This is the standard setting and can be used for most
originals.
Use for originals containing text or line art.
Use for high quality lithographic images or continuous tone
photos with text and/or graphics.
Use for continuous tone photographs or printed half-tone
originals.
Lighten / Darken Adjusts the lightness or darkness of the output. To darken the output, select the
down scroll button. To lighten the output, select the up scroll button.
Background This option automatically reduces or eliminates the dark background resulting from
Suppression colored paper or newspaper originals.
NOTE: Background Suppression is disabled if the Original Type is Photo.
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Use this feature in addition to the settings selected using the Image Quality option,
to further enhance the quality of your output.
Options:
Contrast This option controls the differences between the image densities within the copy.
Select a lower setting to improve the copy quality of pictures. Select a higher setting
to produce more vivid blacks and whites for sharper text and lines.
Sharpness This option controls the balance between sharp text and moiré (patterns within the
image). Use the scroll buttons to adjust the sharpness values from sharper to softer,
based on the quality of the input images.
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More Image Quality
Sides Scanned
This is used to specify whether the originals are single-sided or double-sided. For
2-sided originals the orientation can also be programmed.
Options:
1 Sided Use this option for originals that are printed on 1 side only.
2 Sided Use this option for originals that are printed on both sides.
2 Sided, Rotate Use this option for originals that are printed on both sides. This option creates
Side 2 documents which can be read in a “head to toe” manner, for example a calendar.
Image Use this option to identify the image orientation before scanning.
Orientation
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Use this feature to “refresh” the quality of an original that has become torn or frayed
at the edges, or that has hole punch, staple or other marks.
Options:
Border Erase Erases equal amounts on all edges of your output image. Up to 2.0 inches in
0.05 in. increments can be erased.
Edge Erase Use to erase a specific amount from a specific edge of the image. Up to 2.0 inches
in 0.05 in. increments can be erased from each edge.
Scan to Edge Use this option to produce an edge to edge scan of the original.
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Edge Erase
Original Input
Use this option to program the size of the originals being scanned or enable the
machine to recognize the size of the originals.
Options:
Auto Use this option to allow the machine to determine the size of the originals being fed
through the document handler.
Manual Platen Use this option to specify the dimensions of the document scanning region when
Input scanning from the document glass. There are several dimensions that correspond
to common document sizes and orientations.
Select a standard size or use Custom to manually adjust the scanning dimensions.
Use this option to scan the image to the edges of the original.
Mixed Size Use this feature to scan a document containing mixed size originals. The originals
Originals must be the same width, for example 8.5" x 11" long edge feed and 11" x 17" short
edge feed. Load documents in the Document Handler when using this feature.
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Resolution affects the appearance of the scanned image. The higher the scanning
resolution the better the image quality.
Options:
200x200x1 Recommended for use with average quality text documents and line art. Does not
produce the best image quality for photos and graphics.
300x300x1 Recommended for use with high quality text documents, that are destined to pass
through OCR applications. Also recommended for high quality line art or medium
quality photos and graphics. This is the default resolution and the best choice in
most cases.
400x400x1 Recommended for average quality photos and graphics. It produces a smaller file
size than the 600 x 600 resolution.
600x600x1 Recommended for use with high quality photos and graphics. It produces the
largest image file size, but delivers the best image quality.
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Resolution
Output Format
Use the features available to temporarily change the format of the scanned image
file at the destination server.
Job
Review
Summary
Touch any of the top level buttons to select a feature. To view all the options for a
feature, select the feature required. Multiple options can be selected for each scan
job if required.
The text next to the feature button, called a Job Review Summary, reflects the
current settings for that feature. A checked box indicates that this feature has been
modified from its initial default settings.
Most feature screens include three buttons to confirm or cancel your choices.
¾
The Undo button resets the current screen to the default values that were
displayed when the screen was opened.
¾
The Cancel button resets the screen and returns to the previous screen.
¾
The Save button saves the selections made and returns to the previous screen.
Document Name
Use Document Name to specify the name of the folder that you want your scanned
image stored to. This option only applies to the folder name.
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Use this option to tell the machine what to do when the document destination folder
already contains a document with the same name as your current scan job.
Options:
Rename New Use this option when you want the machine to name the new file (or folder) with a
File unique name.
Append to Use this option to add the newly created scanned image file to an existing document
Existing File with the same name as the document being scanned.
NOTE: This option is not available with Multi-Page Tiff and PDF file format options.
Overwrite Use this option to replace the existing file that has the same filename as the newly
Existing file created scanned image file.
Do Not Save Use this option to abort the scanning operation if a file with the same name as the
newly created scanned image file is detected.
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If File Already Exists
Document Format
Use this feature to temporarily change the file type of the scanned image file at the
destination server. The default setting is the same as the value entered in the
selected template.
Options:
Tiff Tagged-Image File Format. A graphic file that can be opened in a variety of graphic
software packages across a variety of computer platforms.
Multi-Page Tiff Multi-Page Tagged-Image File Format. One TIFF file containing several pages of
scanned images.
PDF Portable Document Format. Given the right software the recipient of the scanned
image can view, print or edit the file, no matter what their computer platform.
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Document Management Fields allows you to enter information into the template
from your machine which is unique to your scanning requirements. These fields
must be enabled when creating the template at the Web UI.
NOTE: If your selected template does not contain any enabled fields the
Document Management Fields button will not be available.
Add File Destination
Use this feature to add file destinations to any template. A maximum of 5 file
destinations can be added to a template. If the selected template contains 1
destination you can add an additional 4 destinations using this feature, however if
the selected template contains 5 destinations the Add File Destination button will
not be available.
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Document Management Fields
Refresh Destinations
Select the Refresh Destinations tab to access the Update Template List feature.
Touch the Update Template List button if the template has been recently created or
modified. The system automatically updates the Template List.
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Authentication is a useful network security management tool - limiting, restricting
and monitoring access to the network via the machine. Authentication can be set up
by the System Administrator to restrict access to the features within Scan to E-mail,
Network Scanning, Server Fax and Internet Fax.
There are two authentication modes available:
Network Requires your network login name and password. If you do not have a network
Authentication account on the local network you will not be authenticated using this mode.
Guest Access Requires a generic passcode that is set up by the System Administrator. You will
need to obtain the passcode from the System Administrator.
Contact your System Administrator for further assistance.
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Authentication Mode
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8 E-mail
¾ E-mail..............................................................8-2
¾ Image Adjustment ...........................................8-6
¾ Output Format...............................................8-13
¾ Authentication Mode .....................................8-16
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E-mail
This chapter contains information about the options available within E-mail.
NOTE: E-mail is an optional feature which may not be available on your machine.
For information about the options available for each configuration, please refer to
the Product Overview chapter.
When enabled, scanned images can be sent as an e-mail attachment to a specified
e-mail recipient or recipients. To use scan to e-mail you must enter an SMTP
(Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) e-mail address, for example,
anyone@anycompany.com.
Access to the E-mail features is gained using the Features button on the control
panel. Use the E-mail tab to add and remove recipients and edit the subject line.
Depending on the options enabled and how your machine has been configured, you
may have to select the All Services button in the top right-hand corner to access
E-mail.
NOTE: For the Copier/Printer configuration, E-mail is only supported via the Ad
Hoc E-mail options kit. Limited e-mail options will be available.
The tabs available for selecting E-mail features are:
¾
E-mail
¾
Image Adjustment
¾
Output Format
Touch any of the top level buttons to select a feature. Multiple options can be
selected for each e-mail job if required.
Most feature screens include three buttons to confirm or cancel your choices.
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¾
The Undo button resets the current screen to the default values that were
displayed when the screen was opened.
¾
The Cancel button resets the screen and returns to the previous screen.
¾
The Save button saves the selections made and returns to the previous screen.
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E-mail
Send:
Use the Send options to enter recipient information.
Options:
From Use this option to enter the From e-mail address.
NOTE: If you accessed E-mail via Authentication Mode, the From e-mail address
will be associated with the login name and cannot be changed.
To Use this option to enter the e-mail address of the recipient.
Cc Use this option to enter the e-mail address of the recipient you wish to be copied on
the e-mail job.
Bcc Use this option to enter the e-mail address of the recipient you wish to be copied on
the e-mail job, without their name being displayed on the e-mail.
Edit Subject Use this option to edit the default e-mail subject. The subject is the title of the e-mail
and not the text contained within the e-mail. The subject line can contain up to 248
characters and is displayed on the touch screen under the Edit Subject button.
Details Use this option to view the details of the selected recipient. The information
displayed is determined by how the address was originally added to the Address
List - from either the Internal or Public address book, or entered manually.
Remove Use this option to delete the selected address from the Address List.
Remove All Use this option to delete all the addresses from the Address List. A confirmation
pop-up message displays.
Scroll Buttons Use the Scroll Buttons located to the right of the Address List to move through the
list.
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Address List
Displays all the recipient addresses entered for the current scan to e-mail job. Up to
128 recipients addresses can be entered in the list.
Entering an E-mail Address
The e-mail address can be entered in one of two ways - manually or via an address
book.
NOTE: When entering e-mail details you can change the keypad to show upper or
lower case, accented characters or numbers by selecting any Back button.
Manually
If you already know the full SMTP e-mail address of the recipient, or if you know that
the recipient is not in any of the configured address books, you can select the To...
button and use the keypad on the touch screen to enter the e-mail address. Your
machine will check that it is an SMTP address. If it is not an SMTP address, your
machine will search the address book for a matching entry.
The entered e-mail address will be shown in the Address List.
Selecting the details for a manually entered e-mail address will only display the
e-mail address, no other details are available.
Address Books
Address books contain a list of e-mail addresses and details that are relevant to
your company and/or you. If configured, your machine is able to support two types
of e-mail address books - Public and Internal. When an entry is made in To, From
or Cc the address book displays search results for one or both configured address
books.
NOTE: The Internal Address Book (LDAP) is not available on the Copier/Printer
configuration.
Use the keypad on the touch screen to enter the e-mail recipient’s name. As with
most search facilities you do not need to enter the full name and can search the
address book on the first few letters.
When you have entered the e-mail search criteria, select the Enter button. If there
are no matching entries, select the Change Address Book button to search the other
address book.
NOTE: The Change Address Book button will only be displayed if both the address
books have been configured.
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Continue this process until you have added all the required recipients and on
completion select Done. The entered e-mail addresses will be shown in the Address
List.
Address Book Types
If configured there are two different types of address book on your machine, Public
and Internal.
Public Address Book
The Public address book stores external company addresses on the machine. The
address book contains a list of user names and their e-mail addresses.
The file must be a .CSV (Comma Separated Value) format for your machine to be
able to read the file contents. The completed file is imported to the machine via
CentreWare Internet Services. Your machine will not allow the import of a Public
address book file that does not end with the .CSV file extension.
A valid CSV file is in the format: Name, SMTP e-mail address. For example the
following are both valid CSV format file entries:
Smith, smith@company.com
"Smith, John", john.smith@company.com
The order in which the entries are sorted in the CSV file determines the order
displayed in the Public address book at your machine.
Internal Address Book
Otherwise known as the LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol), the Internal
address book stores internal company addresses on the company network. The
System Administrator creates the Internal address book.
The display of the search results is defined by the LDAP. For example, the LDAP
server can return a search query "And" as "Andrew Smith" when the result
"Andrews, James" may have been expected. The lastname, firstname or firstname,
lastname display is controlled by the LDAP server and not your machine.
If you have successfully logged in via Authentication mode, your machine will
automatically attempt to match your login name to your e-mail address. Your name
will then be entered into the From e-mail address field. You will not be able to
change this.
NOTE: The Internal Address Book (LDAP) is not available on the Copier/Printer
configuration.
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E-mail
If one or more matches are found based on the search criteria, the matches are
displayed on the touch screen. Use the up and down scroll bars to locate the
recipient. Highlight the recipient in the list and select the Add button.
Image Adjustment
The Image Adjustment tab is used to temporarily programme features to enhance
the appearance and style of the scanned e-mail image.
Job
Review
Summary
Touch any of the top level buttons to select a feature. To view all the options for a
feature, select the feature required. Multiple options can be selected for each e-mail
job if required.
The text next to the feature button, called a Job Review Summary, reflects the
current settings for that feature. A checked box indicates that this feature has been
modified from its initial default settings.
Most feature screens include three buttons to confirm or cancel your choices.
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¾
The Undo button resets the current screen to the default values that were
displayed when the screen was opened.
¾
The Cancel button resets the screen and returns to the previous screen.
¾
The Save button saves the selections made and returns to the previous screen.
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E-mail
Image Quality
Use this feature to enhance the quality of your scanned originals.
Options:
Original Type Use this option to enhance the quality of the output based on the type of original
being scanned.
Original Type options are as follows:
Normal
Text
Halftone Photo
Photo
This is the standard setting and can be used for most
originals.
Use for originals containing text or line art.
Use for high quality lithographic images or continuous tone
photos with text and/or graphics.
Use for continuous tone photographs or printed half-tone
originals.
Lighten / Darken Adjusts the lightness or darkness of the output. To darken the output, press the
down scroll button. To lighten the output, press the up scroll button.
Background This option automatically reduces or eliminates the dark background resulting from
Suppression colored paper or newspaper originals.
NOTE: Background Suppression is disabled if the Original Type is Photo.
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More Image Quality
Use this feature in addition to the settings selected using the Image Quality option,
to further enhance the quality of your output.
Options:
Contrast This option controls the differences between the image densities within the copy.
Select a lower setting to improve the copy quality of pictures. Select a higher setting
to produce more vivid blacks and whites for sharper text and lines.
Sharpness This option controls the balance between sharp text and moiré (patterns within the
image). Use the scroll buttons to adjust the sharpness values from sharper to softer,
based on the quality of the input images.
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This is used to specify whether the originals are single-sided or double-sided. For
2-sided originals the orientation can also be programmed.
Options:
1 Sided Use this option for originals that are printed on 1 side only.
2 Sided Use this option for originals that are printed on both sides.
2 Sided, Rotate Use this option for originals that are printed on both sides. This option creates
Side 2 documents which can be read in a “head to toe” manner, for example a calendar.
Image Use this option to identify the image orientation before scanning.
Orientation
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E-mail
Sides Scanned
Edge Erase
Use this feature to “refresh” the quality of an original that has become torn or frayed
at the edges, or that has hole punch, staple or other marks.
Options:
Border Erase Erases equal amounts on all edges of your output image. Up to 2.0 inches in
0.05 inch increments can be erased.
Edge Erase Use to erase a specific amount from a specific edge of the image. Up to 2.0 inches
in 0.05 inch increments can be erased from each edge.
Scan to Edge Use this option to produce an edge to edge scan of the original.
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Use this option to programme the size of the originals being scanned or enable the
machine to recognize the size of the originals automatically.
Options:
Auto Use this option to allow the machine to recognize the size of the originals being fed
through the document handler.
Manual Platen Use this option to specify the dimensions of the document scanning region when
Input scanning from the document glass. There are several dimensions that correspond
to common document sizes and orientations.
Select a standard size or use Custom to manually adjust the scanning dimensions.
Mixed Size Use this feature to scan a document containing mixed size originals. The originals
Originals must be the same width, for example 8.5" x 11" long edge feed and 11" x 17" short
edge feed. Load documents in the Document Handler when using this feature.
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E-mail
Original Input
Resolution
Resolution affects the appearance of the scanned image. The higher the scanning
resolution the better the image quality.
Options:
200x200x1 Recommended for use with average quality text documents and line art. Does not
produce the best image quality for photos and graphics. This is the default option.
300x300x1 Recommended for use with high quality text documents, that are destined to pass
through Optical Character Recognition (OCR) applications. Also recommended for
high quality line art or medium quality photos and graphics.
400x400x1 Recommended for average quality photos and graphics. It produces a smaller file
size than the 600 x 600 resolution.
600x600x1 Recommended for use with high quality photos and graphics. It produces the
largest image file size, but delivers the best image quality.
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Use this feature to change the Reply To e-mail address and to identify the file format
required for the e-mail scanned image.
Job
Review
Summary
Touch any of the top level buttons to select a feature. To view all the options for a
feature, select the feature required. Multiple options can be selected for each e-mail
job if required.
The text next to the feature button, called a Job Review Summary, reflects the
current settings for that feature. A checked box indicates that this feature has been
modified from its initial default settings.
Most feature screens include three buttons to confirm or cancel your choices.
¾
The Undo button resets the current screen to the default values that were
displayed when the screen was opened.
¾
The Cancel button resets the screen and returns to the previous screen.
¾
The Save button saves the selections made and returns to the previous screen.
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E-mail
Output Format
Document Format
Use the Document Format option when the job is to be sent with a different file
format than that set as the template default.
Options:
Tiff Tagged-Image File Format. A graphic file that can be opened in a variety of graphic
software packages across a variety of computer platforms.
Multi-page Tiff Multi-Page Tagged-Image File Format. One TIFF file containing several pages of
scanned images.
Image Only PDF Image Only Portable Document Format. Given the right software the recipient of the
scanned image can view, print or edit the file, no matter what their computer
platform.
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Use the Reply To feature to alter the default address to which replies to an e-mail
job can be sent.
Message Body
Use this feature to edit the default e-mail message. The message body is the text
contained within the e-mail and not the e-mail subject line.
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E-mail
Reply To
Authentication Mode
Authentication is a useful network security management tool - limiting, restricting
and monitoring access to the network via the machine. Authentication can be set up
by the System Administrator to restrict access to the features within Scan to E-mail,
Network Scanning, Server Fax and Internet Fax.
There are two authentication modes available:
Network Requires your network login name and password. If you do not have a network
Authentication account on the local network you will not be authenticated using this mode.
Guest Access Requires a generic passcode that is set up by the System Administrator. You will
need to obtain the passcode from the System Administrator.
Contact your System Administrator for further assistance.
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9 Print
¾ Introduction to Print.........................................9-2
¾ Print Driver Features.......................................9-3
¾ Print Drivers ....................................................9-4
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Introduction to Print
This chapter contains information about the options available within Print.
NOTE: Print is not available on the Copier configuration. For more information
about the options available for each configuration, please refer to the Product
Overview chapter.
Your machine produces high quality prints from electronic documents. Simply
access the printer from your PC application as normal. A print driver converts the
code within the electronic document into a language that the printer can understand.
Although generic print drivers can be used on this printer they will not enable all the
features. It is therefore advisable to use the print drivers that accompany this printer.
NOTE: More detailed information about printing is contained either in the print
driver screens or in the electronic user guides that accompany the print drivers.
To access the many print drivers which can be used with your machine please refer
to the CentreWare Print and Fax Services CD or you can download the latest
versions from the Xerox website at www.xerox.com.
The following pages contain an overview of the Windows Postscript print
driver options. The PCL print driver screens are similar to those shown but a
reduced selection of options is available.
NOTE: Postscript print drivers are only supported on the Copier/Printer/Scanner
configuration.
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Print
Print Driver Features
Control Options
There are a number of options which appear on all of the printer driver screens:
OK Saves all the new settings and closes the driver or dialog. These new settings
remain in effect until changed.
Cancel Closes the dialog and returns all settings in the tabs to the values that were in place
before the dialog was opened. Any changes made are lost.
Apply Saves all the changes made without closing the driver.
Defaults Resets the current tab and all its settings to the system default values. The action
of this button applies only to the current tab. All other tabs remain unchanged.
Default All Resets options to default system values on the Paper Output, Layout, and Image
Options tabs. Other features and tabs may not have specific default settings and will
not be affected by this button.
Help Select Help in the bottom right of the printer driver screen or [F1] on the PC
keyboard for information on the displayed printer driver screen.
If the tip of the mouse pointer is rested on top of a control, Microsoft Windows will
display a brief Help Tip about that control. If the right mouse button selects a control,
the Help system provides more detailed information.
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Print Drivers
NOTE: The following provides an overview of the features available on the
postscript print driver. For more information about a specific feature, please refer to
the on-line Help facility provided as part of the Print Driver software.
Paper/Output
Used to select options such as the job type and the output requirements. The
choices available are based on the options enabled on your machine. Simply click
on the arrow scroll button for the option or click on the option icon to change any of
the choices displayed.
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Select this tab to access the postscript options and advanced programming features
for your print job. Use the scroll arrows to move through the options. Clicking on a
plus symbol will display further choices.
Image Options
Use the options available in this tab to modify the appearance of your print job. This
feature can also be used to set the margins.
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Print
Advanced
Layout/Watermark
Used to change the layout of a document and add watermarks. Documents can be
printed 1 Up, 2 Up and so on, up to 16 Up. Booklets can also be created. Use the
Watermark option to display, for example, the word DRAFT or CONFIDENTIAL
across each page. This feature also adjusts the size and location of the watermark.
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10 Maintenance
¾ Customer Replaceable Units ........................10-2
¾ Cleaning the Machine ...................................10-3
¾ Further Assistance ........................................10-4
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Customer Replaceable Units
There are 5 replaceable units on the machine:
Xerographic Module
Toner (Dry Ink) Cartridge
Fuser Module and Ozone Filter
Document Handler Feed Roll
Waste Toner (Dry Ink) Bottle
The machine will display a message on the Touch Screen when any of the above
need to be reordered. This message is a warning that the unit is nearing the end of
its life.
Only replace the unit when a message actually instructs you to do so.
CAUTION: Do NOT remove the covers or guards that are fastened with
screws. You cannot maintain or service any of the parts that are behind these
covers and guards. Do NOT attempt any maintenance procedure that is NOT
specifically described in the documentation supplied with your machine.
To replace a Replaceable Unit, simply follow the detailed instructions contained
within the replacement box.
To find out more information about each replaceable unit please refer to the
Training and Information CD (CD2), contained in the CD Pack delivered with your
machine.
HINT: To place an order for replaceable units or any other Xerox consumables,
please contact your local Xerox Representative giving your Company Name,
product number and the machine serial number.
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WARNING:When cleaning the machine do NOT use organic or strong
chemical solvents or aerosol cleaners. Do NOT pour fluids directly onto any
area. Use supplies and cleaning materials only as directed in this
documentation. Keep all cleaning materials out of the reach of children.
WARNING:Do not use pressurized air-spray cleaning aids on or in this
equipment. Some pressurized air-spray containers contain explosive
mixtures and are not suitable for use in electrical applications. Use of such
cleaners can result in a risk of explosion and fire.
Document Glass and Constant
Velocity Transport Glass
1
¾
Apply Xerox Cleaning Fluid or Xerox
Anti-Static Cleaner, to a to a lint-free
cloth. Liquid should never be poured
directly onto the glass.
¾
Wipe clean the entire glass area.
¾
Wipe away any residue with a clean
cloth or paper towel.
NOTE: Spots or marks on the glass will be reproduced on the prints when
copying from the document glass. Spots on the document handler scanner will
show up as streaks on the prints when copying from the Document Handler.
Touch Screen
2
¾
Use a soft, lint-free cloth, lightly
dampened with water.
¾
Wipe clean the entire area, including
the touch screen.
¾
Remove any residue with a clean cloth
or paper towel.
For more information about maintaining other areas of your machine please refer to
the Training and Information CD (CD2), contained in the CD Pack delivered with
your machine.
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Maintenance
Cleaning the Machine
Further Assistance
For any additional help visit our customer web site at www.xerox.com or contact the
Xerox Welcome and Support Center quoting the machine serial number.
1
¾
Press the Machine Status button on
the control panel.
2
¾
The Machine Information screen
displays.
¾
Select [Machine Details].
¾
The Customer Support Number
for the Welcome and Support
Center and the Machine Serial
Number for your machine
displays.
3
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11 Troubleshooting
¾ General ......................................................... 11-2
¾ Fault Clearance ............................................ 11-3
¾ Xerox Welcome and Support Center ............ 11-4
¾ Troubleshooting Tips..................................... 11-5
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General
A variety of situations can affect the quality of your output. For optimal performance,
ensure the following guidelines are followed:
¾
Do not position the machine in direct sunlight or near a heat source such as a
radiator.
¾
Avoid sudden changes in the environment surrounding the machine. When a
change occurs, allow the machine at least two hours to adjust to its new
environment, depending on the extent of the change.
¾
Follow routine maintenance schedules for cleaning areas such as the Document
Glass and Touch Screen.
¾
Always set the Edge Guides in the paper trays to the size of the media in the tray
and ensure the screen is displaying the correct size.
¾
Ensure paper clips and paper debris do not contaminate the machine.
NOTE: For additional Troubleshooting information please refer to the Training and
Information CD (CD2) or the System Administration CD (CD1).
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Troubleshooting
Fault Clearance
When a fault occurs, a fault screen is
displayed which provides recovery
instructions.
1
¾
Follow these instructions to clear
the fault.
NOTE: Any jammed sheets will
automatically be reprinted.
Paper jams
2
¾
The fault screen will indicate the
location of the jam.
¾
Use the green handles and knobs
indicated in the instructions displayed
to remove the jammed paper.
¾
Ensure that all jam clearance handles
and levers are returned to their
correct positions. The red flashes
behind the jam clearance handles
and levers should not be visible.
NOTE: Any printed sheets removed will
automatically be reprinted once the
paper jam is cleared.
Document jams
3
¾
Remove all the documents from the
document handler and document
glass as instructed.
¾
Re-order the documents as at the
start of the job and reload. The
documents will be recycled
automatically to recover the job.
If you are unable to clear the fault, refer to the next section to contact your local
Xerox Welcome and Support Center for assistance.
NOTE: For additional Troubleshooting information please refer to the Training and
Information CD (CD2) or the System Administration CD (CD1).
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Xerox Welcome and Support Center
If a fault cannot be resolved by following the touch screen instructions, check the
Troubleshooting Tips in the next section - they may help to solve the problem
quickly. If the difficulty persists, contact the Xerox Welcome and Support Center.
The Welcome and Support Center will want to know the following information: The
nature of the problem, the Machine Serial number, the fault code (if any) plus the
name and location of your company.
Locating the serial number
1
¾
Press the Machine Status button on
the control panel.
2
¾
The Machine Information
screen displays.
¾
Select [Machine Details].
¾
The Customer Support
Number for the Welcome and
Support Center and Machine
Serial Number displays.
3
NOTE: The serial number can also be found on a metal plate inside the front door.
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For additional Troubleshooting information please refer to the Training and
Information CD (CD2) or the System Administration CD (CD1).
Power
The machine will not power on:
¾
Check to see that the machine is not in Low Power Mode as indicated by the
green light on the control panel.
¾
Press the ON/OFF button.
¾
Check to see if the power cord is correctly installed.
CAUTION: Use only the ON/OFF switch to re-boot your machine. Damage
may occur to your machine if power is removed by other means.
Document Handler
Documents will not feed through the Document
Handler
¾
Ensure that all staples or paper clips have been removed from the originals.
¾
Ensure the Document Handler is not overloaded. The Document Handler can
hold 70 sheets of 20lb paper. Use Build Job if you have more originals than this.
¾
Check to see if the document set is fully inserted into the Document Handler.
¾
Ensure that the edge guides are adjusted to touch the sides of the originals.
¾
Ensure that the Document Feed Roll is installed correctly. Reseat if necessary.
¾
Check for obstructions or paper debris in the Document Handler.
¾
Ensure that the Document Handler cover is closed.
¾
Check that the machine is not in diagnostics mode as indicated by a message
on the touch screen.
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting Tips
Paper Handling
Repeated paper jams, misfeeds or multisheet feeds
¾
Ensure that the correct paper size is displayed on the Touch Screen.
¾
Ensure that the paper tray is not filled above the MAX line.
¾
Ensure that the edge guides are adjusted to touch the sides of the paper.
¾
Flip the paper over in the paper tray, ’fanning’ the edges of the paper to separate
the pages before reloading.
¾
If the fault persists, remove the paper from the tray and load fresh paper,
’fanning’ the edges of the paper first to separate the pages.
¾
If the problem is not resolved, check for obstructions where paper enters the
machine.
Paper Jams inside the machine
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¾
Check the Paper Path for obstructions.
¾
Ensure all the handles and levers are in the correct (home) position. The red
flashes behind the jam clearance handles and levers should not be visible. For
further assistance please refer to the graphic below.
¾
Flip the paper over in the paper tray.
¾
Check the paper tray Edge Guides to see if they are against the edges of the
paper.
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Check that the Touch Screen is displaying the correct size for the paper in use.
¾
Load fresh paper.
Repeated Check Tray Messages on the Touch Screen
and the paper is loaded in the tray
¾
Adjust the edge guides against the stack of paper in the tray.
¾
If the edge guides were not set against the paper stock in the tray when Start
was selected, delete the job in the job queue and begin again.
Paper Curls
¾
Load the paper in the paper trays with the seam side of the paper up. Load the
paper in the Bypass Tray with the seam side down.
The seam refers to the side of a ream of
paper with a split in the wrapping. It may
also be referred to as arrow side first.
¾
Load non-standard media in the Bypass Tray.
¾
If the paper curls excessively, flip the paper over in the applicable paper tray.
Finisher
The Finisher does not stack the output correctly
¾
Unload the finisher tray frequently.
¾
Do not remove stapled sets while the finisher is compiling.
The Finisher does not staple or staple well
¾
Use less than 50 sheets of paper if they are heavier than 20lb.
L The maximum number of sheets is 20 when stapling heavyweight paper.
¾
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Check the Touch Screen for a fault message indicating no staples. Replace the
staple cartridge.
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¾
Output Quality
Stray marks or black marks from hole punched
originals are not removed
¾
Use the Edge Erase to erase the edge with the drilled holes.
¾
Copy from the document glass with the Document Cover down.
Images are out of sequence or upside down when the
Booklet Creation Feature is used
¾
Ensure that the originals are in the correct sequence.
¾
Feed LEF originals to SEF orientated paper stock.
¾
Enable the display options for Booklet Creation and ensure that the correct
sequence is selected (i.e.Left to Right or Right to Left).
The output is blank
¾
Ensure the originals are loaded either face up in the Document Handler or face
down on the Document Glass in the top right position.
Streaks, lines, spots, or black, solid, or dotted lines on
the prints
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¾
Clean the Document Glass and if using the Document Handler the Constant
Velocity Transport Glass, especially near the plastic ramp on the glass.
¾
Clean the white underside of the Document Handler/Document Cover.
¾
Clean the Document Handler roller.
¾
Clean the halo guide.
¾
Run the job from the Document Glass.
¾
Check the quality of the original. Use Border Erase or Edge Erase to remove
lines from the edges of the document.
¾
Turn on Background Suppression.
¾
Load fresh paper.
¾
Do not use heavily embossed paper.
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¾
When copying a document from a larger paper size to a smaller size, use Auto%
to reduce the image onto the smaller size.
¾
Use reduction i.e., copy at 90% instead of 100%.
¾
Select [Auto Center] and run the job again.
¾
If scanning from the Document Glass, select [Manual Platen Input] and define
the document size. Register the document in the right rear corner and copy with
the cover down.
¾
Do not use heavily embossed paper.
Blurred images on output
¾
Load fresh paper.
¾
If copying from the Document Glass, check the quality of the originals, set the
input to Manual Platen Input, close the cover and try again. Ensure that the
original is entirely flat against the Document Glass.
Missing characters on output
¾
Load fresh paper.
¾
Try using a smoother paper.
¾
Select darken if the original is light or the font is colored.
Gloss variations (coining)
¾
Check the quality of the original.
¾
If the original has large areas of solid density, adjust the contrast.
Ghosting
¾
Check the quality of the original.
¾
Clean the Document Glass, if it is being used.
¾
Rotate the original 180 degrees and try the job again.
The machine cannot sense the size of the original on
the glass
¾
Select [Original Input] in the Image Adjustment tab and enter the size.
¾
Rescan the original, leaving the cover raised.
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Troubleshooting
Image Loss
Jobs scan but do not print
¾
Some jobs require image processing before printing. This may take as long as 2
seconds per page.
¾
Check the Job Status queue to determine if a job is processing. There may be a
job in the queue with a status of paused. Delete this job if it remains in the state
over 3 minutes.
¾
This may possibly be a result of an incorrect feature combination. The software
may need to be reset. Contact your System Administrator.
Output does not reflect the selections made on the
Touch Screen
¾
Press Clear All between jobs.
¾
If a Save button displays on the touch screen, ensure Save is selected after
each selection.
Fault Messages will not clear
¾
There may be occasions when a fault is cleared but the message will not clear.
Reboot your machine by powering OFF and ON using the ON/OFF switch at the
side of the machine.
CAUTION: Wait approximately 20 seconds before turning the machine back
ON. Any incomplete jobs in the queue will be lost.
CAUTION: Use only the ON/OFF switch to reboot your machine. Damage may
occur to your machine if power is removed by other means.
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Numerics
2-Sided
Copy 4-5
A
Acknowledgment Report
Internet Fax 6-14
Add File Destination
Network Scanning 7-17
Added Fax Features
Embedded Fax 5-12
Additional Resources 1-3
Address List
E-mail 8-4
Advanced
Print 9-5
Advanced Fax Features
Embedded Fax 5-20
Authentication Mode
E-mail 8-16
Internet Fax 6-16
Network Scanning 7-19
Server Fax 5-33
B
Basic Copying 4-3
Basic Faxing
Embedded Fax 5-3
Server Fax 5-24
Booklet Creation
Copy 4-19
Bound Originals
Copy 4-13
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Index
12 Index
Embedded Fax 5-11
Build Job
Copy 4-25
Embedded Fax 5-21
C
Cleaning the Machine 10-3
Comment Setup
Embedded Fax 5-20
Components 2-3
Configurations 2-4
Control Options
Print 9-3
Control Panel Overview 3-2
Conventions 1-4
Copy 4-2
Basic Copying 4-3
Cover Letter
Embedded Fax 5-15
Covers
Copy 4-22
Customer Replaceable Units 10-2
D
Delayed Send
Embedded Fax 5-17
Server Fax 5-32
Destination Details
Network Scanning 7-6
Dial Directory Setup
Embedded Fax 5-23
Dialing Options
Server Fax 5-24
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Document Format
E-mail 8-14
Internet Fax 6-13
Network Scanning 7-16
Document Handler
Troubleshooting Tips 11-5
Document Management Fields
Network Scanning 7-17
Document Name
Network Scanning 7-14
E
Edge Erase
Copy 4-14
E-mail 8-10
Network Scanning 7-11
E-mail 8-2
ENERGY STAR 1-12
Entering an Address
E-mail 8-4
Entering an E-mail Address
Internet Fax 6-4
Environmental Choice 1-12
Environmental Compliance 1-12
F
Fault Clearance
Troubleshooting 11-3
Fault Messages will not clear
Troubleshooting Tips 11-10
Fax 5-2
Fax Kit Regulatory Information
Canadian 1-15
US 1-13
Fax Reports
Embedded Fax 5-18
Fax Sending Features
Embedded Fax 5-12
FCC Part 15 1-13
Finisher
Hole Punched 4-4
Off-line Stapling 4-4
Stapling 4-4
Troubleshooting Tips 11-7
Further Assistance 3-15, 10-4
G
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General 11-2
Troubleshooting 11-2
H
Hole Punched Output 4-4
I
ICES-003 1-13
If File Already Exists
Network Scanning 7-15
Illegal Copying 1-16
Image Adjustment
Copy 4-10
E-mail 8-6
Embedded Fax 5-8
Internet Fax 6-6
Network Scanning 7-7
Image Options
Print 9-5
Image Quality
Copy 4-11
E-mail 8-7
Embedded Fax 5-9
Internet Fax 6-7
Network Scanning 7-8
Server Fax 5-29
Image Shift
Copy 4-16
Internet Fax 6-2
Introduction to Print 9-2
Introduction to your machine 2-2
Invert Image
Copy 4-21
J
Job Assembly
Copy 4-25
L
Layout/Watermark
Print 9-6
Loading Paper 3-4
Locating the serial number 11-4
Logging On / Off 3-13
M
Machine Components 2-3
Machine Features Overview 1-6
Mailboxes
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N
Network Scanning 7-3
O
Off-line Stapling 4-4
Options 2-4
Original Input
Copy 4-15
E-mail 8-11
Embedded Fax 5-10
Internet Fax 6-11
Network Scanning 7-12
Server Fax 5-31
Output
Copy 4-4
Hole Punched 4-4
Off-line Stapling 4-4
Stapling 4-4
Output Format
Copy 4-17
E-mail 8-13
Internet Fax 6-12
Network Scanning 7-14
Output Quality
Troubleshooting Tips 11-8
P
Paper Handling
Troubleshooting Tips 11-6
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Paper Supply
Copy 4-8
Paper/Output
Print 9-4
Polling
Embedded Fax 5-22
Power
Troubleshooting Tips 11-5
Power On or Off 3-3
Print Driver Features 9-3
Print Drivers 9-4
Printing from a PC 3-11
Printing with Internet Services 3-12
R
Reduce/Enlarge
Copy 4-7
Reduce/Split
Embedded Fax 5-14
Refresh Destinations
Network Scanning 7-18
Regulatory Information 1-13
Reply To
E-mail 8-15
Internet Fax 6-14
Repositories
Network Scanning 7-4
Resolution
E-mail 8-12
Embedded Fax 5-6
Internet Fax 6-10
Network Scanning 7-13
Server Fax 5-26
S
Safety 1-9
Safety Introduction 1-9
Safety Notes 1-9
Sample Set
Copy 4-27
Scan 7-2
Scanning a Document to a File 3-9
Scanning Resources
Network Scanning 7-2
Send
E-mail 8-3
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Index
Embedded Fax 5-19
Maintenance
Power On or Off 3-3
Making Copies 3-5
Message Body
E-mail 8-15
Internet Fax 6-15
More Fax Features
Server Fax 5-28
More Image Quality
Copy 4-12
E-mail 8-8
Internet Fax 6-8
Network Scanning 7-9
Server Fax 5-30
Multi-up
Copy 4-20
Internet Fax 6-3
Sending a Server Fax 3-7
Sending an E-mail 3-10
Sending an Embedded Fax 3-6
Sending an Internet Fax 3-8
Sides Scanned
E-mail 8-9
Embedded Fax 5-7
Internet Fax 6-9
Network Scanning 7-10
Server Fax 5-27
Stapled Output 4-4
Starting Rate
Embedded Fax 5-16
Stored Programming
Copy 4-28
System Administration CD
Additional Resources 1-3
T
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Template Destinations
Network Scanning 7-5
Template Overview
Network Scanning 7-4
Training and Information CD
Additional Resources 1-3
Transmission Options
Embedded Fax 5-13
Transparencies
Copy 4-18
Troubleshooting Tips 11-5
U
Utilities CD
Additional Resources 1-3
W
Workstation Features Overview 1-8
X
Xerox Welcome and Support Center 11-4
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