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Operazioni delle Funzioni Avanzate
Advanced Function Operations
Erweiterte Funktionen
Opérations de Fonction Avancée
Operaciones de funciones avanzadas
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Code: 571304
PUBLICATION ISSUED BY:
Olivetti S.p.A.
Gruppo Telecom Italia
Via Jervis, 77 - 10015 Ivrea (ITALY)
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Table of contents
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Advanced Functions
1.1
1.2
2
Registering License Kits
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
3
Operations using advanced functions .......................................................................................... 1-3
Types of advanced functions ......................................................................................................... 1-4
License registration ........................................................................................................................
Automatically registering a license via internet ...........................................................................
Manually registering a license .......................................................................................................
Registering a license using a USB memory device .....................................................................
2-3
2-4
2-5
2-7
Using the Web Browser Function
3.1
Web browser function .................................................................................................................... 3-3
Available operations with the Web Browser function ........................................................................ 3-3
Specifications of Web browser .......................................................................................................... 3-4
3.2
3.2.1
3.2.2
Basic Usage..................................................................................................................................... 3-5
Starting the Web browser .................................................................................................................. 3-5
Configuration of Web browser........................................................................................................... 3-6
Screen layout ..................................................................................................................................... 3-6
Description of the toolbar .................................................................................................................. 3-7
3.2.3
Displaying Web pages ....................................................................................................................... 3-8
Specifying a URL ............................................................................................................................... 3-8
Using the browse history ................................................................................................................... 3-9
Displaying Favorites......................................................................................................................... 3-10
3.2.4
Operating the currently displayed page........................................................................................... 3-11
Adding a favorite (for the administrator) .......................................................................................... 3-11
Printing the Currently Displayed Page ............................................................................................. 3-12
Enlarging or reducing the currently displayed page ........................................................................ 3-13
Operating a window ......................................................................................................................... 3-14
Adjusting the sound to replay content ............................................................................................. 3-14
3.2.5
Using a Web file ............................................................................................................................... 3-15
Printing a Web file ............................................................................................................................ 3-15
Displaying a Web file........................................................................................................................ 3-16
Saving a Web file in a User Box....................................................................................................... 3-17
3.2.6
Uploading a file from this machine .................................................................................................. 3-18
Before using this function ................................................................................................................ 3-18
Scanning original data for uploading ............................................................................................... 3-18
Uploading a file in a User Box ......................................................................................................... 3-19
3.2.7
Setting up the operating environment ............................................................................................. 3-20
For user ............................................................................................................................................ 3-20
For administrator.............................................................................................................................. 3-21
3.3
3.3.1
3.3.2
Using Web Connection ................................................................................................................. 3-23
Operations using Web Connection .................................................................................................. 3-23
Displaying Web Connection............................................................................................................. 3-23
How to access ................................................................................................................................. 3-23
Layout of Web Connection page ..................................................................................................... 3-23
Login and logout .............................................................................................................................. 3-24
3.3.3
Using a User Box in an MFP on the Network .................................................................................. 3-24
Open User Box ................................................................................................................................ 3-24
Printing a file in a User Box.............................................................................................................. 3-24
Deleting a file in a User Box............................................................................................................. 3-24
3.4
Associating with My Panel Manager ........................................................................................... 3-25
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3.5
Restricting the use of Web browser............................................................................................ 3-26
Restricting the use of Web browser................................................................................................. 3-26
Restricting the use of Web browser for each user........................................................................... 3-26
Restricting the use of local contents ............................................................................................... 3-27
3.6
Configuring the loadable driver settings .................................................................................... 3-28
Using the PDF Processing Function
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
5
4-3
4-4
4-5
4-6
4-7
Using the Searchable PDF Function
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
6
PDF processing function................................................................................................................
Encrypting a PDF file using a digital certificate ...........................................................................
Configuring PDF file properties .....................................................................................................
Creating a PDF file based on PDF/A .............................................................................................
PDF linearization .............................................................................................................................
Searchable PDF function................................................................................................................
Creating a searchable PDF file ......................................................................................................
Creating a searchable PPTX file ....................................................................................................
Configuring OCR processing .........................................................................................................
5-3
5-4
5-5
5-6
Using My Panel Manager
6.1
6.2
6.2.1
6.2.2
Operations using My Panel Manager ............................................................................................ 6-3
Using My Panel................................................................................................................................ 6-4
Available operations when using My Panel ....................................................................................... 6-4
How to Use My Panel ........................................................................................................................ 6-4
Displaying Main Menu........................................................................................................................ 6-4
Precautions when using My Panel..................................................................................................... 6-4
6.2.3
6.2.4
Customizing the My Panel operating environment ............................................................................ 6-5
Customizing the screen in each mode .............................................................................................. 6-5
Changing the main screen of copy mode.......................................................................................... 6-5
Changing function keys in copy mode .............................................................................................. 6-5
Changing the main screen in scan/fax mode .................................................................................... 6-6
Changing function keys in fax/scan mode......................................................................................... 6-6
Changing the main screen in user box mode .................................................................................... 6-6
6.2.5
Customizing the Main Menu .............................................................................................................. 6-7
Arranging the frequently used functions on the main menu .............................................................. 6-7
Changing the initial screen when using My Panel ............................................................................. 6-7
6.3
6.3.1
Using My Address ........................................................................................................................... 6-8
My Address ........................................................................................................................................ 6-8
Operations using My Address............................................................................................................ 6-8
Classification of addresses ................................................................................................................ 6-8
6.3.2
6.3.3
How to use My Address..................................................................................................................... 6-8
Registering My Address..................................................................................................................... 6-9
Registering Address Book (Personal) ................................................................................................ 6-9
Registering a group.......................................................................................................................... 6-10
Copying an address from the public address book to My Address Book....................................... 6-11
Copying an address from My Address to the public address book ................................................ 6-12
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Advanced Functions
1.1
Operations using advanced functions
1
Advanced Functions
1.1
Operations using advanced functions
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This machine provides various advanced functions to enhance a multifunctional capability. For example, it
provides functions such as a Web browser to facilitate Web browsing using the Touch Panel, and PDF
processing to add PDF options.
Advanced functions are classified into two types: functions that can be used by registering an optional license
kit on this machine and functions that can be used by associating this machine with application software. For
details on each advanced function, refer to the following table.
Function
Overview
Web browser
Allows you to use a Web browser on the Touch Panel of this machine.
You can access contents on the Internet or corporate networks through
this machine connected to the network to enable page viewing or file printing.
You can also access other MFP connected to the network to use a User
Box in the MFP via Web Connection.
PDF processing
Allows you to use features such as encryption of a PDF file, addition of an
electronic signature, addition of file properties, creation of a PDF/A-based
PDF file, and PDF linearization when sending a PDF file.
Searchable PDF
Allows you to paste transparent text data into a PDF file when converting
scanned original data into PDF files, and create a searchable PDF file.
This function automatically creates text information from scanned images
using OCR character recognition technology.
Bar code font
Allows you to generate a bar code based on data sent to this machine from
the ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system, and print it from this machine.
You can directly print data without using the printer driver.
Unicode font
Allows you to print text information (unicode) of multiple languages sent to
this machine from the ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system.
You can directly print data without using the printer driver.
OCR font
OCR font can be used on this machine. OCR font is standardized font that
enables text to be appropriately recognized when the OCR (Optical Character Recognition) is used.
My Panel
Allows you to use the Touch Panel, which is customized only for you,
through any MFP connected to the network.
The Touch Panel customization settings are stored on the My Panel Manager server. If necessary, they can be changed on My Panel Manager.
My Address
Allows you to use a dedicated address book through any MFP connected
to the network.
The dedicated address book is stored on the My Panel Manager server.
If necessary, it can be edited on My Panel Manager.
Using the Web browser on this machine, you can access contents on the Internet using the Touch Panel of
this machine.
Users will bear a responsibility for contents accessed, downloaded, and uploaded using Web Browser in the
MFP, and other communicated contents. Users shall conform to the company rules and laws of the country
where this machine is used.
Olivetti S.p.A. and its group businesses will not bear any responsibility for use of the Internet by users.
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Types of advanced functions
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1.2
1.2
Types of advanced functions
The following conditions must be satisfied to use advanced functions on this machine.
Employing an optional Upgrade Kit UK-204
Installing an optional license kit for each advanced function
The table below shows the correspondence between available advanced functions and options or license
kits to be purchased.
Upgrade Kit
UK-204
i-Option
LK-101 v3
i-Option
LK-102 v3
i-Option
LK-105 v3
Web browser
o
o
-
-
PDF processing
o
-
o
-
Searchable PDF
o
-
-
o
Upgrade Kit
UK-204
i-Option
LK-106
i-Option
LK-107
i-Option
LK-108
Bar code font
o
o
-
-
Unicode font
o
-
o
-
OCR font
o
-
-
o
Upgrade Kit
UK-204
My Panel Manager application license
My Panel Manager device license
My Panel
o
o
o
My Address
o
o
o
Tips
An advanced function to be associated with an application must be enabled on the application side.
For details, refer to the relevant application manual.
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Registering License Kits
2.1
License registration
2
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Registering License Kits
2.1
License registration
To use advanced functions in this machine, purchase a license kit that is available for each function, and register license information in the License Management Server (LMS). Also register a license code issued from
LMS on this machine to enable the required advanced function on this machine.
The following illustrates methods that are available to register a license kit on this machine. Select an appropriate method depending on your machine environment.
Method
Description
Reference
Automatically registering a license via Internet
Allows you to connect this machine to LMS on the Internet
and automatically perform a procedure from a step to register a license on this machine to a step to enable an advanced function on this machine.
This machine must be connected to the Internet.
page 2-4
Manually registering a license
Allows you to access the Web site of the License Management Server and register a target license on this machine
when the machine cannot be connected directly to the License Management Server on the Internet.
Manually enter all of information required to connect this
machine to the License Management Server.
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Registering a license using a
USB memory device
Allows you to access the Web site of the License Management Server and register a target license on this machine
when the machine cannot be connected directly to the License Management Server on the Internet.
The required registration information is transferred via a
USB memory device, which reduces the number of steps
required to manually enter information required for license
registration.
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To register advanced functions on this machine, the following information is transferred between this machine and LMS.
Code
Description
Place to generate
Request code
Used to identify this machine.
The function code and license code are generated based on a
request code.
They are generated using the Control Panel of this machine or
Web Connection.
This machine
Token number
Used to identify a contract that is set up to purchase a license
for an advanced function.
This is required to enable a target advanced function.
LMS
Function code
Used to identify each advanced function.
LMS
License code
Used to enable each advanced function.
LMS
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Automatically registering a license via internet
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2.2
2.2
Automatically registering a license via internet
Automatically perform a procedure from the step where the user registers a license on this machine via the
License Management Server (LMS) on the Internet to the step where the user enables an advanced function
on this machine.
0
Check that this machine can be connected to the Internet.
1
Purchase a required license kit.
% For details on the types of license kits, refer to page 1-4.
% License registration requires a token certificate included in a license kit.
% For details on purchasing a license kit, contact your service representative.
2
Select [Utility] - [Administrator Settings] - [License Settings] - [Install License] - [Token Code], and enter
a token number.
% A token number is shown in the token certificate.
% When necessary, you can enter a token number using Web Connection. In the administrator mode,
select [Maintenance] - [License Settings] - [Install License using the Token Code].
3
Tap [Install].
4
Check the token number you entered, select [Yes], then tap [OK].
This machine establishes communication with the License Management Server, and enables the advanced function managed by the token number. When the license registration and advanced function
enabling steps are ended normally, this machine restarts automatically.
Tips
To register a license via Internet, connect this machine to the License Management Server through a
proxy server for remote diagnosis. How to configure a proxy server for remote diagnosis is explained
using Web Connection. For details, refer to [User's Guide: Web Management Tools].
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Manually registering a license
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Manually registering a license
Access the Web site of the License Management Server (LMS), and manually register a target license in this
machine in the case when the machine is not able to be connected to the Internet.
You can obtain information (license code) required to enable an advanced function by registering a license.
When the obtained license code is entered on this machine, a target advanced function becomes available.
1
Purchase a required license kit.
% For details on the types of license kits, refer to page 1-4.
% A token certificate included in a license kit is required to register a license on this machine using
LMS.
% For details on purchasing a license kit, contact your service representative.
2
Tap [Utility] - [Administrator Settings] - [License Settings] - [Get Request Code], select [Yes], then press
[OK].
This displays the serial number of this machine and the request code on the screen.
% Tapping [Print] allows you to print the serial number and request code displayed on the screen.
% When necessary, you can get a request code using Web Connection. In the administrator mode,
select [Maintenance] - [License Settings] - [Get Request Code] to get a request code. Make a note
on the serial number and request code displayed on the screen, or print out the target page on the
Web browser.
3
Open the Web browser through a computer connected to the Internet, and connect this machine to the
Web site of the License Management Server (LMS).
% The Web site address of the License Management Server is shown in the token certificate included
in the license kit.
4
Register the following information of this machine on the Web site of the License Management Server
(LMS).
Request code
Used to identify this machine.
This code is displayed on the screen when issued.
Serial number
Displays the serial number of this machine.
This number is displayed on the same screen for a request code when you get a
request code.
Token number
Used to identify a contract that is set up to purchase a license for an advanced
function.
A token number is shown in the token certificate.
5
Check the registered contents, and issue a license code.
You will receive function and license codes.
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Manually registering a license
2
6
2.3
Select [Utility] - [Administrator Settings] - [License Settings] - [Install License] - [Function/License Code],
and register the function and license codes issued via the Web site of LMS on this machine.
% When necessary, you can register function and license codes using Web Connection. In the administrator mode, select [Maintenance] - [License Settings] - [Install License] - [Install License using
Function Code and License Code], and register function and license codes.
7
Tap [Install].
8
Check the function and license codes you entered, select [Yes], then tap [OK].
The target advanced function is enabled on this machine. Then, this machine restarts automatically.
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Registering a license using a USB memory device
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Registering a license using a USB memory device
Access the Web site of the License Management Server (LMS), and manually register a target license in this
machine in the case when the machine is not able to be connected to the Internet.
Registering a license allows you to store a file for enabling an advanced function on a USB memory device.
Insert a USB memory device into this machine, and enable an advanced function without manually entering
a license code.
1
Purchase a required license kit.
% For details on the types of license kits, refer to page 1-4.
% A token certificate included in a license kit is required to register a license on this machine using
LMS.
% For details on purchasing a license kit, contact your service representative.
2
Open the Web browser through a computer connected to the Internet, and connect this machine to the
Web site of the License Management Server (LMS).
% The Web site address of the License Management Server is shown in the token certificate included
in the license kit.
3
Register the following information of this machine on the Web site of the License Management Server
(LMS).
Item
Description
Serial number
Displays the serial number of this machine.
Token number
Used to identify a contract that is set up to purchase a license for an advanced
function.
A token number is shown in the token certificate.
4
Check the registered contents, and store a file required for enabling a license on a USB memory device.
5
Insert the USB memory device, in which you stored a file required to enable a license, into this machine.
6
Select [Utility] - [Administrator Settings] - [License Settings] - [Install License] - [Install License from Ext.
Memory].
The target advanced function is enabled on this machine. Then, this machine restarts automatically.
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Registering a license using a USB memory device
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Using the Web Browser
Function
3.1
Web browser function
3
Using the Web Browser Function
3.1
Web browser function
3
Available operations with the Web Browser function
Enabling the Web browser function on this machine allows you to access a Web browser using the Touch
Panel of this machine.
The Web browser function supports the following operations.
Displaying and printing Web contents on the Internet or intranet
Displaying, printing, and saving a file on the Internet or intranet
Uploading scanned original data (via a server on the Internet or intranet)
Uploading a file in a User Box (via a server on the Internet or intranet)
Using a file in a User Box of an MFP on the network (via Web Connection)
Using dedicated Web browser settings (must be associated with My Panel Manager)
Tips
An optional Upgrade Kit UK-204 or i-Option LK-101 v3 is required to use the Web browser function
on this machine.
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Web browser function
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3.1
Specifications of Web browser
The following shows the major specifications of the Web browser to be used on this machine.
Item
Specifications
Browser engine
WebKit
Protocol
HTTP (HTTP/0.9, 1.0, 1.1), HTTPS, TCP/IP
Markup language
HTML 4.01, a part of HTML 5, XHTML 1.1/Basic
Style sheet
CSS1, 2, 3
Script language
JavaScript 1.7, ECMAScript 3rd Edition, Ajax (Limited to the JavaScript-supported range only)
DOM
Level 1, 2
File type
JPEG, BMP, PNG, GIF, animation GIF, PDF, Flash 8 and earlier
SSL/TLS version
SSL 3.0, TLS 1.0
Character code
Japanese (Shift_JIS), Japanese (ISO-2022-JP), Japanese (EUC-JP), Chinese
Simplified (GB2312), Chinese Traditional (Big5), Western European (ISO-88591), Unicode (UTF-8)
PDF viewer
Adobe® Reader® LE
Flash player
Adobe® Flash® Player 8
Note that the following functions are not available when using Flash Player installed in the Web browser.
Function that causes an event by key operations
Function that pastes or obtains data such as character strings from the clipboard
Context menu
Flash print function
Function that executes JavaScript through Flash Player
Function that operates Flash Player through JavaScript
Screen without window (pop-up)
Flash favorite function
Function that establishes a data real-time communication via the Flash Media Server
XMLSocket-based communication function
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Basic Usage
3.2
Basic Usage
3.2.1
Starting the Web browser
3
Use the following steps to start the Web browser.
Tap [Web Browser] in the main menu.
Press the Register key assigned to the Web browser.
Starting the Web browser displays the preset home screen.
Tips
If this machine is associated with My Panel Manager, it displays the home page specified by the login
user.
d Reference
To start the Web browser from the main menu, assign it to any key in the main menu. For details, refer to
[User's Guide: Control Panel].
To start the Web browser from the Register key, assign it to the Register key. For details, refer to [User's
Guide: Control Panel].
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3.2.2
3.2
Configuration of Web browser
Screen layout
The Web browser screen is comprised of the following components.
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3
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No.
Name
Description
1
Window
Displays the contents of a loaded page.
If the screen has multiple windows, their tabs are displayed at the top of
the screen. Tapping a tab switches windows.
This system supports up to five tabs.
Tapping [e] of a tab closes a page.
2
Toolbar
Tapping an icon on the toolbar moves and reloads a page, or displays and
adds a favorite.
If you enter a URL into the address entry field, you can directly visit a page
at the specified URL.
The toolbar supports Web browser settings.
For details on the toolbar, refer to page 3-7.
3
Icon
Displays the operating status of the Web browser.
• The currently connected icon is displayed during page loading.
• If an optional Local Interface Kit is installed on this machine, the
speaker volume is displayed by the speaker icon.
Tapping the speaker icon allows you to adjust the speaker volume. For details, refer to page 3-14.
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Description of the toolbar
The toolbar has the following available buttons.
Icon
Description
Brings you back to the previous page.
Brings you to the next page.
Reloads and updates the displayed page.
If you tap this icon while loading a page, page loading stops.
Displays the page registered as the home.
Displays the list of registered favorites.
Registers the currently displayed page in the favorites.
To register a favorite, enter the administrator password of this machine.
Displays a list of pages displayed up till the current time.
Prints the currently displayed page.
Configures Web browser settings.
Two types of menus are available; one for the user and one for the administrator.
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3.2.3
3.2
Displaying Web pages
Specifying a URL
Enter a URL into the address entry field on the toolbar to directly display a target page.
Tapping the text entry field on the toolbar displays the keyboard on the screen. Enter the URL of a desired
page, then tap [OK].
Tips
Tapping [C] or pressing C (Clear) on the Control Panel deletes all of the URLs you entered.
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Using the browse history
Select a desired page from a list of pages displayed up till the current time.
Tapping [Log] on the toolbar displays a list of pages displayed up till the current time.
Select a desired page from the list, then tap [Same Tab] or [New Tab].
Tips
–
–
-
To delete a log, you need to enter the administrator password of this machine.
[Delete All]: Deletes all logs.
[Delete]: Deletes a selected page from the log list.
This machine stores up to 100 page browsing logs.
If this machine is associated with My Panel Manager, it displays up to 20 page browsing logs of a user
managed via the server.
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3.2
Displaying Favorites
Select a desired page from a list of favorites registered on this machine.
Tapping [Bookmark] on the toolbar displays a list of favorites registered on this machine.
Select a desired page from the list, then tap [Same Tab] or [New Tab].
Tips
–
–
-
Tapping [Display Thumbnail] or [Detail View] enables you to switch a method to display a favorites list.
Tapping [Edit] enables you to change the title and URL of a favorite.
To delete a favorite, you need to enter the administrator password of this machine.
[Delete All]: Deletes all favorites.
[Delete]: Deletes a selected page from the favorites list.
If this machine is associated with My Panel Manager, it displays favorites of a user managed via the
server.
d Reference
For details on how to add a favorite, refer to page 3-11.
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3.2.4
Basic Usage
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Operating the currently displayed page
Adding a favorite (for the administrator)
Add the currently displayed page as a favorite to this machine.
To add a favorite, you need to enter the administrator password of this machine.
Display a page to be added as a favorite, then tap [Add Bookmark].
When necessary, change a page title, then tap [OK].
Tips
This machine can store up to 100 favorites
If this machine is associated with My Panel Manager, you can add a favorite without entering the administrator password. Up to 20 favorites can be stored on the server.
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3.2
Printing the Currently Displayed Page
Print the currently displayed page through this machine.
Tapping [Print] on the toolbar displays the print screen.
Configure print settings as required, then tap [Start] or press the Start key to start printing the currently displayed page.
The print screen allows you to configure the following print settings.
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Settings
Description
[Color]
Select a color mode to print.
[Paper]
Select the size of paper for printing.
[Duplex/Combine]
Select whether to print one side or both sides of sheets of paper.
[Finishing]
Configure settings for collating, grouping, offsetting. stapling, hole punching,
folding, or binding.
The available functions vary depending on which optional units are installed on
this machine.
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Tips
If you attempt to print a page that consumes a lot of memory or a JPEG image, a loading error may
occur, resulting in a printing failure.
Enlarging or reducing the currently displayed page
Select [Menu] - [Display] on the toolbar to enlarge or reduce a page.
Settings
Description
[Zoom In]
Enlarges a page.
[Zoom Out]
Reduces a page.
[Zoom Reset]
Returns the enlargement or reduction ratio of a page to full size.
[Change Only Text Size]
Select this check box to enlarge or reduce only the text size when [Zoom
In] or [Zoom Out] is enabled.
[Font]
Select a required font when displaying contents with no font specified. To
use this function, you need to enter the administrator password of this machine.
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3.2
Operating a window
Select [Menu] - [File] on the toolbar to operate tabs.
Settings
Description
[New Tab]
Opens a new tab.
[Close Tab]
Closes the currently displayed tab.
[Restart]
Restart the Web browser.
Adjusting the sound to replay content
If an optional Local Interface Kit is installed on this machine, you can hear a sound of the currently displayed
Web page or flash content through speakers.
Tapping the speaker icon on the Web browser page allows you to adjust the speaker volume.
To increase the volume one level, tap [Higher], or press the # key on the Control Panel.
To reduce the volume one level, tap [Lower], or press the * key on the Control Panel.
To put the speaker on mute, select the [Mute] check box.
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Basic Usage
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Using a Web file
Printing a Web file
If a displayed page is linked to a file, the file can be printed through this machine.
This machine provides a capability that prints a PDF file, XPS file, OpenXML file, or PPML file.
1
Tap a link to a file to be printed.
2
Tap [Print].
3
Configure print settings as necessary.
Settings
Description
[Color]
Select a color mode to print.
[Paper]
Select the size of paper for printing.
[Duplex/Combine]
Select whether to print one side or both sides of sheets of paper.
[Finishing]
Configure settings for collating, grouping, offsetting, stapling, hole punching,
folding, or binding.
The available functions vary depending on which optional units are installed on
this machine.
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3.2
Tap [Start] or press the Start key.
Printing starts.
Tips
If you attempt to print a file that consumes a lot of memory or a JPEG image, a loading error may occur,
resulting in a printing failure.
When you print a password protected PDF file, the file is stored in the Password Encrypted PDF User
Box. For details on how to print a file saved in the Password Encrypted PDF User Box, refer to [User's
Guide: Box Operations].
Displaying a Web file
If a displayed page is linked to a file, the file can be displayed on the Touch Panel of this machine.
This machine can display a PDF file.
1
Tap a link to a file to be displayed.
2
Tap [View].
The linked PDF file is displayed on the Touch Panel.
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Operate the toolbar to check the contents of the file.
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Saving a Web file in a User Box
If a displayed page is linked to a file, the file can be saved in a User Box of this machine.
This machine provides a capability that saves a PDF file, XPS file, OpenXML file, or PPML file.
1
Tap a link to a file to be saved.
2
Tap [Save].
3
Select a User Box to save a file in, then tap [OK].
4
Tap [Start] or press the Start key.
The file is saved in the selected User Box.
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3.2.6
3.2
Uploading a file from this machine
Before using this function
Use the Web browser of this machine to upload original data scanned by this machine or a file in a User Box
of this machine to a Web site.
Note the following points when uploading a file from this machine.
The types of files that can be uploaded are PDF, Compact PDF, TIFF, XPS, Compact XPS, and
OpenXML.
Multiple files cannot be uploaded at the same time.
If you perform one of the following operations after selecting a file to be uploaded, the job is deleted.
The selected file is also deleted.
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The System Auto Reset function has been started.
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The Web browser has been closed.
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A page has been updated by operating the toolbar on the Web browser.
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The Web browser has been restarted.
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You have logged out of this machine.
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The power has been turned off.
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Reset has been pressed to reset the panel.
Scanning original data for uploading
1
Display a page to upload a file via the Web browser of this machine, then tap [Browse].
2
Tap [Scan].
3
Place the original to be uploaded on this machine.
4
If necessary, change scan settings
5
Press the Start key.
When scanning ends, the file name of the scanned original data is displayed in the text box of the page.
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3
Tap [OK].
This then starts uploading of the selected file.
Uploading a file in a User Box
1
Display a page to upload a file via the Web browser of this machine, then tap [Browse].
2
Tap [User Box].
3
Select a User Box that contains a file to be uploaded, then tap [Open].
% You can select a Public User Box or Personal User Box.
4
Select a file to be uploaded, then tap [Upload].
5
If necessary, change the send settings.
6
Press the Start key.
This displays the name of the selected file in the text box of the page.
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3.2
Tap [OK].
This then starts uploading of the selected file.
3.2.7
Setting up the operating environment
For user
Select [Menu] - [Setting] on the toolbar to configure the keyboard.
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Settings
Description
[Charactor Input Type
for External Keyboard]
Select the type of text to be entered using the keyboard when an external keyboard is installed on this machine.
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For administrator
Tap [Menu] - [Setting] - [Admin. Settings] on the toolbar to configure the detailed settings of the Web browser.
To display [Admin. Settings], you need to enter the administrator password of this machine.
[Machine Data 1] tab
Settings
Description
[Cache]
Configure the cache function of the Web browser as necessary.
• [Enable Cache]: Select this check box to use the cache function in the Web
browser.
• [Delete Cache]: Press this button to delete all the cache data stored in this
machine.
• [Delete Cache Conditions]: Select a timing to delete cache data.
[Cookies]
Select the [Enable Cookie] check box to use cookie data.
[JavaScript]
Select the [Use JavaScript] check box to enable JavaScript embedded in a
page.
[Flash]
Select the [Replay Flash] check box to replay flash content embedded in a
page.
[Software Keyboard]
Select this check box to enter text using the keyboard displayed on the screen
even when an external keyboard is installed on this machine.
[Proxy Settings]
Press this button to configure settings to use a proxy server.
To use a proxy server, enter its address and port number.
If proxy authentication is required, enter the appropriate ID and password.
[Security Settings]
Press this button to enable SSL/TLS.
This function also displays a root or CA certificate.
[Access Log]
Press this button to check all users' access logs.
Each access log shows a user number, user name, URL of an accessed page,
and access date and time.
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[Machine Data 2] tab
Settings
Description
[Homepage]
Enter a URL of a page to be registered as a home page.
Tapping [Set as Home Page] registers the currently displayed page as a home
page.
[Start Up Page]
Select a page to be displayed when the Web browser has been started.
[Cookies]
Configure cookie settings for Web browser.
• [Manage Cookies]: Press this button to display a list of cookies stored on
this machine.
• [Delete Cookie Conditions]: Select a timing to delete a cookie from this machine.
[Authentication Information]
Configure authentication information such as a password for the Web browser.
• [Delete]: Press this button to delete all the authentication information
stored on this machine.
• [Delete Authentication Information Conditions]: Select a timing to delete
authentication information from this machine.
Tips
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If this machine is associated with My Panel Manager, the user can configure the following settings.
[Homepage]
[Start Up Page]
[Cookies] setting
[Authentication Information] setting
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Using Web Connection
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Using Web Connection
3.3.1
Operations using Web Connection
Web Connection is a utility software product for management, which is built in an MFP.
Access an MFP on the network via the Web browser of this machine to display Web Connection and share
files in a User Box of the MFP.
3.3.2
Displaying Web Connection
How to access
Start the Web browser of this machine, and specify the IP address of the MFP to be accessed.
1
Tap the address entry field on the toolbar of the Web browser.
The keyboard page appears.
2
Enter the IP address of the MFP to be accessed, and then tap [OK].
3
Tap [OK] or [Open New Window].
This displays the Web Connection page of the accessed MFP on the Web browser screen.
Layout of Web Connection page
The Web Connection page is comprised of the following components.
1
2
3
No.
Name
Description
1
Login user name
Displays the login mode and user name.
2
[Logout]
Press this button to log out of Web Connection.
3
Contents display
Displays the details of Web Connection.
The User Box function appears when accessing via the Web browser of this machine.
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3.3
Login and logout
The login page appears when user authentication or account track is installed in the accessed MFP.
Enter the required information such as a user name, and log in to Web Connection.
When changing to other login mode after logging in to Web Connection, log out of Web Connection once.
Tap [Logout] on the upper right of the page to return to the login page.
3.3.3
Using a User Box in an MFP on the Network
Open User Box
Logging in to Web Connection displays a list of User Boxes registered in the accessed MFP.
Tap the desired box name from Public User Box, Personal User Box, or Group User Box to open it.
Tips
You can also open a desired User Box by directly entering the box number.
If the box is password protected, you need to enter the password.
Printing a file in a User Box
1
Open a User Box.
2
Select a file to print, and execute printing.
% Some files may not be printed even if selected.
3
When necessary, change print settings, then tap [OK].
4
Tap [Open File].
5
Tap [Print].
6
When necessary, change print settings, then tap [Start] or press the Start key.
Printing starts.
Deleting a file in a User Box
1
Open a User Box.
2
Select a file to delete, and execute deleting.
This deletes the selected file from the User Box in the accessed MFP.
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Associating with My Panel Manager
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Associating with My Panel Manager
Associating the Web browser with My Panel Manager allows you to use the dedicated Web browser settings
in any MFP on the network.
This function manages the frequently accessed pages or favorite pages on a server, enabling you to comfortably carry out operations with the usual level of work efficiency even if you log in to any MFP.
My Panel Manager allows you to manage the following settings and information for each user.
Home page
Favorites
Page display history
URL input history
Cookie
Authentication information
d Reference
For details on My Panel Manager, refer to page 6-3.
You can also edit the registration information of a home page and favorites using My Panel Manager. For
details, refer to the My Panel Manager manual.
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3.5
3.5
Restricting the use of Web browser
Restricting the use of Web browser
Invalidate the Web browser without disabling the Web browser function, for example, when restricting the
use of the Web browser.
1
Tap [Utility] - [Administrator Settings] - [Network Settings] - [Web Browser Setting].
2
Select [Invalid], then tap [OK].
Restricting the use of Web browser for each user
If user authentication is installed on this machine, you can restrict use of the Web browser for each user.
1
Tap [Utility] - [Administrator Settings] - [User Authentication/Account Track] - [User Authentication Settings] - [User Registration].
2
Select a user for whom you want to restrict the use of the Web browser, then tap [Edit] - [Function Permission].
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], and select [Public].
Set [Web Browser] to [Restrict], then tap [OK].
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Restricting the use of local contents
If the IWS (Internal Web Server) function is enabled on this machine, you can transfer Web page contents
(local contents) to the hard disk of this machine, and access them via the Web browser of this machine. You
can also use static content and script-base dynamic content to fit your environment.
When necessary, the administrator of this machine can configure settings to prevent local contents stored
on the hard disk of this machine from being accessed via the Web browser of this machine.
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For details on the IWS function and local contents, contact your service representative.
1
Tap [Utility] - [Administrator Settings] - [Security Settings] - [Security Details].
2
Set [Web browser contents access] to [Restrict], then tap [OK].
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Configuring the loadable driver settings
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3.6
3.6
Configuring the loadable driver settings
You can change settings for the loadable driver for the IC cards registered on this machine from the Web
browser of this machine. The IC cards can be utilized to suit your environment.
To change the loadable driver settings, the IWS (Internal Web Server) function must be enabled on this machine in advance. For details on the IWS function, contact your service representative.
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Tap [Utility] - [Administrator Settings] - [User Authentication/Account Track] - [Authentication Device
Settings] - [General Settings] - [Card Authentication] - [Card Detail Settings].
The Web browser starts, and the setting screen for the loadable driver for the IC cards appears.
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Using the PDF Processing
Function
4.1
PDF processing function
4
Using the PDF Processing Function
4.1
PDF processing function
4
Realize the enhanced security such as an encryption with a digital certificate or property settings when sending a PDF file. Create a PDF file to be stored for a long time, or create a linearized PDF file.
The PDF processing function supports the following.
Encrypting a PDF file with a digital certificate
Configuring property settings in a PDF file
Supporting a PDF file encrypted by AES
Creating a PDF file based on PDF/A
Creating a linearized PDF file
Tips
An optional Upgrade Kit UK-204 or i-Option LK-102 v3 is required to use the PDF processing function
on this machine.
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4.2
4.2
Encrypting a PDF file using a digital certificate
Use a user's digital certificate (public key) to encrypt a PDF file when sending it. An encrypted PDF file can
be decoded only with a user's secret key, preventing information from being leaked to a third party.
Tips
Before using this function, register a user's digital certificate for encryption in the E-mail address of this
machine. To register a certificate, use Web Connection. For details, refer to [User's Guide: Web Management Tools].
To encrypt a PDF file with a digital certificate, select [PDF] or [Compact PDF] as the file type, and press [PDF
Detail Setting] - [Encryption]. Then, configure the following settings.
Settings
Description
[ON]/[OFF]
Select [ON] to encrypt a PDF file.
[Encryption Type]
Select [Digital ID] to encrypt a PDF file with a digital certificate.
Tapping the icon displays a list of E-mail addresses. From the list, select
an E-mail address that contains a digital certificate for encryption. Selecting [Same as destination] uses a digital certificate registered in the PDF file
sending destination.
[Encryption Target]
Select a target file to be encrypted as required.
Selecting [Other than Metadata] excludes property information specified in
[PDF Document Properties] from encryption processing.
For details on [PDF Document Properties], refer to page 4-5.
Tips
When [Searchable PDF] is specified together, if the [Adjust Rotation] check box is selected in [Searchable PDF], it fails in an encryption with a digital certificate. The [Adjust Rotation] check box is selected
in the default settings; therefore, change the setting.
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Configuring PDF file properties
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Configuring PDF file properties
Add meta- information such as a title or author as PDF file properties when sending a PDF file. When encrypting a file, select whether to target properties for encryption.
To configure PDF file properties, select [PDF] or [Compact PDF] as the file type, and press [PDF Detail Setting]
- [PDF Document Properties]. Then, configure the following settings.
Settings
Description
[Name]
Clear the [Use File Name as the Title] check box to enter a title of a PDF file
(using up to 64 single-byte characters or 32 double-byte characters).
[Author]
Enter the name of the author of a PDF file (using up to 64 single-byte characters or 32 double-byte characters).
If user authentication is installed on this machine, specify the user name as
the author.
[Subject]
Enter a subject of a PDF file (using up to 64 single-byte characters, or
32 double-byte characters).
[Keyword(s)]
Enter a Keyword of a PDF file (using up to 64 single-byte characters, or
32 double-byte characters).
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4.4
4.4
Creating a PDF file based on PDF/A
Create a PDF file based on PDF/A when sending a PDF file.
PDF/A is the international standard (ISO19005) that has been created to store files for long period. It defines
various requirements and prohibited items for a PDF file to be created.
PDF/A provides the following two compliance levels. This machine supports both compliance levels.
PDF/A-1b: Stipulates that the same visual quality should be assured even if a PDF file is displayed using
any hardware or software product and also that meta-data should be embedded in a PDF file. This level
restrict functions such as encryption, LZW compression, and use of a transparent text.
PDF/A-1a: Stipulates that tags should be set to describe a logical structure of a document and also that
fonts should be embedded in a PDF file as well as the requirements defined in PDF/A-1b.
A PDF/A-based PDF file created on this machine is subject to the following restrictions.
Not possible to encrypt a PDF file
Not possible to add an electronic signature to a PDF file
Not possible to create a searchable PDF file
Not possible to use Stamp Combine in multiple languages.
To create a PDF file based on PDF/A, select [PDF] or [Compact PDF] as the file type, and press [PDF Detail
Setting] - [PDF/A]. Then, configure the following settings.
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Settings
Description
[ON]/[OFF]
Select [ON] to create a PDF file based on PDF/A.
[PDF/A-1a]
Creates a PDF file based on PDF/A-1a.
[PDF/A-1b]
Creates a PDF file based on PDF/A-1b.
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PDF linearization
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PDF linearization
Linearize a PDF file so that the first page in the Web browser is quickly loaded when sending a PDF file.
Ordinarily, when viewing a multi-page PDF file, the Web browser loads all pages before collectively displaying
them in the screen. Therefore, it may take some time to display multi-page PDF file in the screen.
If a PDF file is linearized on this machine, the Web browser displays only the first page of a PDF file in the
screen before loading all pages.
To create a linearized PDF file, select [PDF] or [Compact PDF] as the file type, and press [PDF Detail Setting]
- [PDF Web Optimization]. Then, select whether or not to linearize the PDF.
Tips
Some Web browsers may load all pages of a PDF file before displaying them in the screen, even for
linearized PDFs.
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Using the Searchable PDF
Function
5.1
Searchable PDF function
5
5
Using the Searchable PDF Function
5.1
Searchable PDF function
When converting scanned original data to PDF format, paste transparent text data into a PDF file, then create
a searchable PDF file. This function automatically creates text information from scanned images using OCR
character recognition technology.
The searchable PDF function supports multiple languages. When creating a searchable PDF file, select the
language for the original to perform OCR processing properly. To enhance the accuracy of OCR processing,
the page orientation is adjusted automatically.
The following shows the original text sizes that can be recognized by this machine.
Resolution
Japanese
European language
Asian language
200 dpi
12 pt to 142 pt
9 pt to 142 pt
20 pt to 142 pt
300 dpi
8 pt to 96 pt
6 pt to 96 pt
12 pt to 96 pt
Tips
An optional Upgrade Kit UK-204 or i-Option LK-105 v3 is required to use the searchable PDF function
on this machine.
Text data may not be recognized correctly when:
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Text not supported in the MFP is used in the original.
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A language different from the original language is selected.
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The original orientation does not match the text direction when the page orientation is not adjusted automatically.
To release the searchable PDF mode, download or send a file, which is saved in a User Box on the
searchable PDF mode, from Web Connection.
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5.2
5.2
Creating a searchable PDF file
When sending a PDF file, create a searchable PDF file using OCR character recognition technology.
To create a searchable PDF, select [PDF] or [Compact PDF] as the file type, and press [PDF Detail Setting] [Searchable PDF]. Then, configure the following settings.
Settings
Description
[ON]/[OFF]
Select [ON] to create a searchable PDF file.
[Language Setting]
Select a language for OCR processing.
Select the language used in the original to recognize text data properly.
[Adjust Rotation]
Select this check box to automatically perform the rotation adjustment for
each page based on the direction of text data detected by OCR processing.
When the rotation adjustment is disabled, if the specified original orientation does not match the text direction, text data is not recognized correctly.
[Document Name Auto Extraction]
Select this check box to automatically export a character string appropriate as a document name from the OCR character recognition result, and
specify it as a document name.
A document name is assigned automatically based on the character recognition result of the first page, date, time, and serial number.
Tips
Selecting [Compact PDF] for [File Type] may offer the higher OCR processing speed than [PDF].
[Adjust Rotation] is not available when encryption using a digital certificate (digital ID) is enabled together.
A searchable PDF file cannot be created together with a PDF/A-based PDF file.
If the following language is selected in [Language Setting], the text direction is recognized automatically.
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[Japanese], [Chinese], [Korean], [Traditional Chinese]
When [Language Setting] is selected, if the vertical and horizontal directions are mixed in the same page
of an original, they are recognized as either one direction.
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[Chinese], [Korean], [Traditional Chinese]
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Creating a searchable PPTX file
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Creating a searchable PPTX file
When sending a PPTX file, create a searchable PPTX file using OCR character recognition technology.
To enable searching of a PPTX file, select [PPTX] as the file type, and press [OCR Operation Settings]. Then,
configure the following settings.
Settings
Description
[ON]/[OFF]
Select [ON] to enable searching of a PPTX file.
[Language Setting]
Select a language for OCR processing.
Select the language used in the original to recognize text data properly.
[Adjust Rotation]
Select this check box to automatically perform the rotation adjustment for
each page based on the direction of text data detected by OCR processing.
When the rotation adjustment is disabled, if the specified original orientation does not match the text direction, text data is not recognized correctly.
Tips
[Adjust Rotation] is not available when encryption using a digital certificate (digital ID) is enabled together.
A searchable PPTX file cannot be created together with a PDF/A-based PDF file.
If the following language is selected in [Language Setting], the text direction is recognized automatically.
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[Japanese], [Chinese], [Korean], [Traditional Chinese]
When [Language Setting] is selected, if the vertical and horizontal directions are mixed in the same page
of an original, they are recognized as either one direction.
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[Chinese], [Korean], [Traditional Chinese]
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Configuring OCR processing
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5.4
5.4
Configuring OCR processing
When creating a searchable PDF file or a searchable PPTX file, you can prioritize between the quality of character recognition and processing speed.
1
Tap [Utility] - [User Settings] - [Scan/Fax Settings].
2
For [OCR Operation Setting], prioritize between the quality of character recognition and the processing
speed, and tap [OK].
% [Prioritize Quality]: Prioritizes the quality of character recognition. Also, inclination of the original is
adjusted automatically.
% [Prioritize Speed]: Prioritizes the processing speed. The inclination of the original is not adjusted.
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Using My Panel Manager
6.1
Operations using My Panel Manager
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Using My Panel Manager
6.1
Operations using My Panel Manager
6
If My Panel Manager is installed in the user's environment, the user can customize the Touch Panel or address book in an MFP, and share the same operating environment among multiple MFPs. Customized information is centrally managed on a server; therefore, a change at a specific portion is reflected on all MFPs,
realizing the same operability in multiple MFPs.
My Panel Manager has the following major two functions.
My Panel: Allows the user to provide the customized Touch Panel environment.
My Address: Allows the user to provide the dedicated address book on a server.
This section explains how to use My Panel and My Address on this machine.
Tips
The following preparation is required to associate this machine with My Panel Manager.
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Install Enterprise Suite and My Panel Manager on the server on the network.
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Purchase the application and device licenses required to operate My Panel Manager, and register
them on this machine.
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Set this machine to Permitted Functions in My Panel Manager.
d Reference
For details on My Panel Manager, refer to the My Panel Manager manual.
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6.2
Using My Panel
6.2.1
Available operations when using My Panel
6.2
My Panel allows the user to provide the customized Touch Panel environment.
If necessary, settings can be changed so that the frequently used functions are displayed preferentially. The
display language can also be changed for each user. Further, the user can customize the environment to use
the Web browser that is one of the advanced functions.
To customize the Touch Panel, use the Touch Panel or My Panel Manager on this machine.
d Reference
For details on the association with the Web browser, refer to page 3-25.
6.2.2
How to Use My Panel
Displaying Main Menu
You can customize the main menu using the My Panel function.
You can freely arrange the frequently used functions and shortcuts in the setting memory (copy program,
fax/scan program) on the main menu.
To display the Main Menu, select the Main Menu as the initial screen that is displayed after you have logged
in to this machine.
Precautions when using My Panel
Note the following points when using the My Panel function.
If My Panel is being used for the first time, the Main Menu is displayed after you have logged in to this
machine.
Only the specified user can register, edit or delete My Panel.
The administrator of this machine cannot operate My Panel of a user.
Only the information registered on the login MFP is available in the setting memory (copy program and
fax/scan program).
The operating environment specified in My Panel may not be available depending on which functions
are enabled or which optional units are installed in the login MFP.
Some server connection conditions may cause an error when registering, editing, or deleting My Panel.
If an error occurs, check the network connection.
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6.2.3
Using My Panel
6
Customizing the My Panel operating environment
If you log in to this machine as a user registered in My Panel Manager, you can customize the environment
of the panel.
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Press [Utility] - [My Panel Settings] - [Language Setting] or [Measurement Unit Settings], and configure
panel environment settings.
Settings
Description
[Language Setting]
Select the language you want to use on My Panel from the languages available in the MFP.
[Measurement Unit Settings]
Select a length unit to be used on My Panel.
Customizing the screen in each mode
Changing the main screen of copy mode
If you log in to this machine as a user registered in My Panel Manager, you can customize the screen in copy
mode.
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Select [Utility] - [My Panel Settings] - [Copier Settings], and configure settings for the main screen when
using copy mode on this machine.
Settings
Description
[Default Tab]
Select the initial display of the main screen when in copy mode.
• [Basic]: Displays the normal screen of this machine.
• [Quick Copy]: Displays the setting items of basic settings screen in a
single screen. This function is helpful when configuring multiple settings at one time.
[Quick Settings 1]/[Quick
Settings 2]
Arranges copy setting or copy program keys in the main screen when in
copy mode.
[Default Paper Type Display]
Select whether to preferentially display custom paper with which a given
paper name and type have been registered when selecting the paper type
for the paper tray.
• [Standard Paper]: Preferentially displays the paper registered on this
machine in advance.
• [User Paper Name]: Preferentially displays custom paper registered by
the administrator arbitrary.
You can specify this option when custom paper is registered by the administrator.
Changing function keys in copy mode
If you log in to this machine as a user registered in My Panel Manager, you can select function keys to be
displayed in the print settings screen in user box mode. You can register up to 14 function keys.
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To change a function key to be displayed in the main screen, permit a change of a function key in advance (default: [Restrict]). For details, refer to [User's Guide: Copy Operations].
To configure settings, select [Utility] - [Administrator Settings] - [System Settings] - [Custom Display
Settings] - [Function Display Key Permission Setting].
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Press [Utility] - [My Panel Settings] - [Function Display Key (Copy/Print)], and select a function to be
assigned to the function key.
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6.2
Changing the main screen in scan/fax mode
If you log in to this machine as a user registered in My Panel Manager, you can customize the screen in
scan/fax mode.
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Select [Utility] - [My Panel Settings] - [Scan/Fax Settings], and configure settings for the main screen
when using fax/scan mode in this machine.
Settings
Description
[Default Tab]
Configure the default main screen in fax/scan mode.
[Program Default]
Select a page to be displayed on the main screen of [Program].
[Address Book Index Default]
Select the index and destination type that are initially shown when [Address Book] is displayed.
• [Index]: Select the index search text that has been selected when the
destination was registered.
• [Address Type]: Select a destination type to be displayed such as Email, fax and user box.
[Default Address Sort
Method]
Select the list order of destinations to be displayed in [Address Book] between registration number and registration name.
[Default Address Display
Method]
Select the display in [Address Book] between button and list.
Changing function keys in fax/scan mode
If you log in to this machine as a user registered in My Panel Manager, you can select function keys to be
displayed in the main screen in scan/fax mode, send and save settings screens in user box mode. You can
register up to seven function keys.
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To change a function key to be displayed in the main screen, permit a change of a function key in advance (default: [Restrict]). For details, refer to [User's Guide: Copy Operations].
To configure settings, select [Utility] - [Administrator Settings] - [System Settings] - [Custom Display
Settings] - [Function Display Key Permission Setting].
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Press [Utility] - [My Panel Settings] - [Function Display Key (Send/Save)], and select a function to be
assigned to the function key.
Changing the main screen in user box mode
If you log in to this machine as a user registered in My Panel Manager, you can customize the screen in user
box mode.
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Select [Utility] - [My Panel Settings] - [User Box Settings], and configure settings for the main screen
when using user box mode in this machine.
Settings
Description
[Default Tab]
Select a type of a User Box to be displayed in the main screen in user box
mode.
[Shortcut Key 1]/[Shortcut
Key 2]
Arrange up to two shortcut keys for frequently used System User Boxes in
the main screen in user box mode.
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Customizing the Main Menu
Arranging the frequently used functions on the main menu
If you log in to this machine as a user registered in My Panel Manager, you can freely arrange the frequently
used functions and shortcuts to the setting memory (copy program, fax/scan program) in the main menu.
A shortcut key to be arranged in the main menu is referred to as a main menu button. Up to 23 types of main
menu buttons can be registered on this machine.
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Press [Utility] - [My Panel Settings] - [Main Menu Settings], and select a function you will assign to the
main menu key.
Settings
Description
[Function]
Registers a shortcut key to each of the [Copy], [Scan/Fax], [Box], and [Web
Browser] functions.
To register the Web browser function, enable it on this machine.
[Copy Function Settings]
Registers shortcut keys for the following copy settings.
• [Color Mode]
• [Paper Settings]
• [Zoom]
• [Duplex/Combine]
• [Finishing]
• [Density]
• [Original Type]
[Scan/Fax Function Settings]
Registers shortcut keys for the following scan/fax settings.
• [Simplex/Duplex]
• [Resolution]
• [Color Mode]
• [File Type]
• [Scan Size]
• [File Name/Subject/Other]
[System User Box]
Registers shortcut keys for the following System User boxes.
• [Secure Print]
• [Memory RX]
• [ID&Print]
• [Bulletin]
• [Polling TX]
• [Annotation]
• [File Re-TX]
• [Password Encrypted PDF]
• [External Memory]
• [Cellular Phone/PDA Setting]
Changing the initial screen when using My Panel
If you log in to this machine as a user registered in My Panel Manager, you can select the screen displayed
after logging in.
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Press [Utility] - [My Panel Settings] - [Initial Screen Settings], and select the initial screen to be displayed
after logging in.
Tips
The [Web Browser] can be selected when its function is enabled on this machine.
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6.3
Using My Address
6.3.1
My Address
6.3
Operations using My Address
My Address allows the user to provide the dedicated address book on a server.
This function registers only the user's addresses, enabling the user to easily select an address. It also prevents a sending error, for example, sending of data to an incorrect address. The address book is shared on
the server; therefore, the user does not need to register addresses for each MFP.
To specify addresses, use the Touch Panel or My Panel Manager on this machine.
Classification of addresses
Using the My Address function allows the user to classify addresses into the following two types.
6.3.2
Type
Description
My Address
A dedicated address. Registered information is managed on the server.
• Address Book and Group can be registered.
• Program cannot be registered.
• Only the specified user can register, edit, or delete My Address.
• My Address can be accessed from any MFP, in which the My Address
function is available.
• The user can obtain an address from the server when logging in to an
MFP.
Public Address
An address registered in the login MFP.
• Address Book, Group, and Program can be registered.
• A public address can also be registered, edited, or deleted by a user
other than the specified one.
• A public address is available only in the login MFP.
How to use My Address
Press [Address Book] - [Personal], and select a desired one of the destinations registered in My Address.
Tips
My Address does not allow the user to search for a destination using an index.
User Box is available only on the MFPs with destinations registered.
My Address may not send data to a specified destination depending on which functions are enabled or
which optional units are installed in the login MFP.
Some server connection conditions may cause a writing error when My Address is changed. If an error
occurs, check the network connection.
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Registering My Address
Registering Address Book (Personal)
Up to 100 one-touch destinations can be registered in My Address.
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Log in to this machine as a user registered in My Panel Manager.
2
Tap [Utility] - [One-Touch/User Box Registration] - [Create One-Touch Destination] - [Address Book
(Personal)].
3
Tap [New].
4
Select a type of the destination to be registered, and enter destination information.
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Registering a group
Up to 10 groups (up to 100 Address Books per group) can be registered in My Address.
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To register a group, you must register the destinations to be added to the group in advance.
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Log in to this machine as a user registered in My Panel Manager.
2
Tap [Utility] - [One-Touch/User Box Registration] - [Group].
3
Tap [Personal], then tap [New].
4
Check that [Personal Group] is selected in [Registered Address], and enter the required items.
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be included in a group from the list.
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Copying an address from the public address book to My Address Book
Copy an address registered in the public address book to My Address.
1
Log in to this machine as a user registered in My Panel Manager.
2
Tap [Utility] - [One-Touch/User Box Registration] - [Create One-Touch Destination] - [Address Book
(Public)].
3
Select a type of the address to be copied to My Address.
This displays a list of registered addresses.
4
Select an address to be copied to My Address, then tap [Copy to Personal Addr.].
5
Select [Yes] on the confirmation screen, then tap [OK].
The selected address is copied to My Address.
Tips
A group cannot be copied between My Address and the public address book.
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Copying an address from My Address to the public address book
Copy an address registered in My Address to the public address book on this machine.
1
Log in to this machine as a user registered in My Panel Manager.
2
Tap [Utility] - [One-Touch/User Box Registration] - [Create One-Touch Destination] - [Address Book
(Personal)].
The Address Book (Personal) list appears.
3
Select an address to be copied to the public address book on this machine, then tap [Copy to Shared
Addr.].
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Select [Yes] on the confirmation screen, then tap [OK].
The selected address is copied to the public address book.
Tips
A group cannot be copied between My Address and the public address book.
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DIRECTIVE 2002/96/EC ON THE TREATMENT, COLLECTION, RECYCLING AND
DISPOSAL OF ELECTRIC AND ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND THEIR COMPONENTS
INFORMATION
1. FOR COUNTRIES IN THE EUROPEAN UNION (EU)
The disposal of electric and electronic devices as solid urban waste is strictly prohibited: it must be collected separately.
The dumping of these devices at unequipped and unauthorized places may have hazardous effects on health and the
environment.
Offenders will be subjected to the penalties and measures laid down by the law.
TO DISPOSE OF OUR DEVICES CORRECTLY:
a) Contact the Local Authorities, who will give you the practical information you need and the instructions for handling the
waste correctly, for example: location and times of the waste collection centres, etc.
b) When you purchase a new device of ours, give a used device similar to the one purchased to our dealer for disposal.
The crossed dustbin symbol on the device means that:
- when it to be disposed of, the device is to be taken to the equipped waste collection centres and is to be
handled separately from urban waste;
- The producer guarantees the activation of the treatment, collection, recycling and disposal procedures in
accordance with Directive 2002/96/EC (and subsequent amendments).
2. FOR OTHER COUNTRIES (NOT IN THE EU)
The treatment, collection, recycling and disposal of electric and electronic devices will be carried out in accordance with the
laws in force in the country in question.