Panasonic DPC354, DPC213, DPC264, DPC323, DPC263 Operating instructions

Panasonic DPC354, DPC213, DPC264, DPC323, DPC263 Operating instructions
Operating Instructions
(For Copier)
Digital Colour Imaging Systems
DP-C354 / C264
Model No. DP-C323 / C263 / C213
Model No.
Before operating this machine, please carefully read this manual
and keep this documentation in a safe place for future reference.
(Illustration shows optional accessories that may not be installed on your machine.)
English
Operating Instructions
The following Operating Instruction manuals are included with this machine. Please refer to the appropriate manual
and keep all manuals for future reference. If you lose the manual, contact the authorized Panasonic dealer.
Operating Instructions (For Setting Up)
This manual contains essential information for setting
up the machine.
Accessories
Operating Instructions (For Basic Operations)
This manual contains essential information for proper
operation of the machine.
It describes basic Copy, Print, Facsimile/Internet Fax,
Scan/Email, and other functions.
For a more detailed explanation of each function, please
refer to the Operating Instruction manuals included on
two CD-ROMs as illustrated below:
Operating Instructions CD
Contains manuals with detailed information for Copy,
Facsimile/Internet Fax, Scan/Email Functions, Function
Parameters, and User Authentication.
Document Management System CD
Contains the Panasonic Document Management
System Application Software, and manuals with detailed
information for the Print function and Panasonic
Document Management System Application software.
Operating Instructions CD
Copy Function
Print Function
Describes how to make a Colour Copy
with creative features.
Describes how to print with colour,
change default printer settings, or
describes the course of action to take
when a problem message appears, etc.
Facsimile and Internet Fax
Function
(These functions are available when the
optional G3 Fax Board/ Internet Fax
Module is installed.)
Describes how to send/receive a
Facsimile/Internet Fax, or describes the
course of action to take when a trouble
message appears, etc.
Scan and Email Function
(Standard on DP-C354/C264, for DPC323/C263/C213 when the optional
Network Scanner/Email Module, Hard
Disk Drive, Main Memory, and Image
Memory are installed.)
Describes how to scan and send an Email.
Function Parameters
Describes how to change the default
settings of each function using the Control
Panel of the machine.
User Authentication
Describes how to enable and use the user
authentication function.
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Document Management System CD
Application Software
Describes how to use the application
software.
Ex: Web Device Monitor, Panafax
Desktop, Quick Image Navigator,
Client Device Monitor, Network
Config/Add Editor, Network Setup
Tool, Embedded Web Launcher
Conventions
Icons
The following icons are used in this manual.
Icon
Description
Indicates important information that must be read in detail.
Indicates reference Information.
Notation
The following notations are used in this manual.
Notation
For Keys and Buttons
Description
Hard buttons on the Control Panel are depicted as **** key, soft buttons on the Touch Panel are
depicted as “xxx”.
Ex:
Press the Start key and select “More Menus”.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Basic Menu Features
Basic Operation Procedure .................................................................................................
Selecting the Colour Mode ..................................................................................................
Full Colour Mode........................................................................................ “Full Colour”
Black Mode ......................................................................................................... “Black”
2 Colour Mode................................................................................................ “2 Colour”
1 Colour Mode................................................................................................ “1 Colour”
New Colour Registration ..........................................................................“Add Custom”
Selecting Original Type and Adjusting the Density..............................................................
Registering Quality Preset.........................................................................................“Save”
Using Quality Preset............................................................................................... “Recall”
Quality Adjusting..................................................................................................................
Background Removal............................................................... “Background Removal”
Bleed-Through Prevention ............................................... “Bleed-Through Prevention”
Tint ..........................................................................................................................“Tint”
Contrast.......................................................................................................... “Contrast”
Sharpness ...................................................................................................“Sharpness”
Saturation.................................................................................................... “Saturation”
Colour Balance....................................................................................“Colour Balance”
Proof Copying.................................................................................................... “Proof Set”
Confirming/Editing the Selected Copy Features................................... “Confirm Settings”
Storing a Job in Memory................................................................................“Preset Jobs”
Recalling a Preset Job Stored in Memory ...........................................................................
Checking the Waiting to Copy Job ............................................................ “Output Queue”
Displaying a List of All Jobs ............................................................................................
Displaying a List of Copy Jobs ........................................................................................
Deleting Copy Jobs .........................................................................................................
Completion Notice ............................................................................. “Completion Notice”
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Chapter 2 More Menus Features
2-Sided Copy Mode................................................................. “2-Sided / Original->Copy”
Basic Operation for the 2-Sided Copy Mode...................................................................
Copying 2-Sided original(s) onto two separate sheets.........................................“2 -> 1”
Copying Facing Page Original to Two Separate Sheets................................... “2 Page”
From 1-Sided Originals to 2-Sided Copies using Saddle Stitch (Booklet) ....... “Booklet”
Copying Mixed Size Originals from the ADF....................................... “Multi-Size Feed”
Copying Special Originals (Thin Paper, etc.) from the ADF ........“Job Build and SADF”
Sort Mode ..................................................................................................... “Sort / Finish”
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Zoom Mode............................................................................................... “Zoom / Effects”
Variable Ratios .................................................................................................... “Zoom”
Auto Zoom .................................................................................................. “Auto Zoom”
Effect Modes........................................................................................................................
Setting a Blank Edge ............................................................................................ “Edge”
Eliminate Dark Inner Binding Shadows ................................................................ “Book”
Shift Image to Right, Left, Up or Down .............................................................. “Margin”
Copying with Stamping..................................................................................“Stamping”
Centering ...................................................................................................... “Centering”
Image Repeat ........................................................................................ “Image Repeat”
Insertion Modes ................................................................................. “Insertion / Overlay”
Add a Cover Page to Copies ...............................................................................“Cover”
Inserts Blank/Copied Pages Between Copies ...................................... “Page Insertion”
Inserts Blank Pages Between Transparency Film............ “Transparency Interleaving”
Overlay Modes.....................................................................................................................
Overlaying an Image onto the Copies ..............................................................“Overlay”
Overlay Copying with Registered Image ................................................“Form Overlay”
File Edit............................................................................................................ “File Edit”
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Chapter 3 Other Features
Making Copies with the ADF Opened..................................................................................
Skyshot Mode..................................................................................................................
Manual Skyshot Mode .....................................................................................................
Reserving the Next Copy Job while the Current Copy Job is Progressing..........................
Interrupt the Current Copy Jobs to Make an Urgent Copy ..................................................
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Chapter 4 Appendix
Combined Copy Functions .................................................................................................. 92
Index .................................................................................................................................... 94
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Chapter 1
Basic Operation Procedure
Basic Menu Features
Chapter 1
The machine automatically detects the original(s) and decides on which Copy Size, Black & White, or
Colour Copy Mode to use. If the detection fails, manually set the settings.
1
Place original(s).
3
Select the required settings if
necessary.
Basic Menu Features
Face Up. Up to 70 sheets (80g/m2).
z The Original Size is detected and a
corresponding Copy Size is automatically
selected.
z If the orientation of the original does not
match the orientation of the copy paper, the
original is copied, and the image is
automatically rotated.
Face Down. Align with top left
corner. Close ADF.
z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the
Operating Instructions (For Basic
Operations) of provided booklet.
2
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
z When copying A4 size originals, selecting
A4
for the Copy Size accelerates the
continuous copying speed. If the orientation
is not the same for both settings, the copied
image is automatically rotated by 90
degrees.
z For more details of Basic Menu screen, refer
to Chapter 1, Basic Menu Features (see
pages 8-39).
z When setting other features, refer to
Chapter 2, More Menus Features (see
pages 40-87).
Ex: 2-Sided Copy, Sort/Finish, Zoom/
Effects, etc.
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4
Enter the desired number of copies.
(Up to 999)
Chapter 1
5
Press the Start key.
z When copying from the Platen Glass, place
the next original and follow the instructions
described on the touch panel display.
Basic Menu Features
z When inputting a number 4 to 8 digits in
length, with the optional Fax Communication
Board installed, the machine interprets this
as a telephone number, and switches to Fax
Mode and displays the Number Pad screen.
z After finishing copying, press the Reset key
to return to the initial screen of the current
active mode.
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Selecting the Colour Mode
Chapter 1
You can either copy in the machine selected colour mode, or you can manually change it.
Full Colour
Full Colour
Monochrome
2 Colour
1 Colour
Monochrome
Monochrome
1 Colour
Ex: Full Colour
Basic Menu Features
z The default colour mode settings can be changed. Refer to Copier Settings (For Key Operator) in the
Operating Instructions (For Function Parameters) on the provided CD-ROM.
z Manually selected colour mode settings will return to the default settings under the following conditions.
- If the Reset key is pressed.
- If Auto Reset Time interval has lapsed (default = 1 min).
- If the power is turned OFF.
1
Place original(s).
4
z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the
Operating Instructions (For Basic
Operations) of provided booklet.
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3
Select the desired Colour Mode, and
then select “OK”.
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “Quality Adj.”.
• Auto:
The colour original is copied in Full
Colour and the monochrome
original is copied in Black & White
by automatically detecting the
original’s colour.
• Black (Monochrome) (see page 9)
• Full Colour (see page 9)
• 2 Colour (see page 10)
• 1 Colour (see page 12)
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6
Enter the desired number of copies.
Press the Start key.
z After finishing copying, press the Reset key
to return to the initial screen of the current
active mode.
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Black Mode
Colour original can be copied in Full Colour.
Colour and Monochrome originals can be
copied in Black & White.
Full Colour
1
Full Colour
Full Colour
Black & White
Black & White
Black & White
1
Select “Black”, and then select “OK”.
z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 3 of
Selecting the Colour Mode (see page 8).
z For the following procedure, refer to steps 5
to 6 of Selecting the Colour Mode (see
page 8).
z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 3 of
Selecting the Colour Mode (see page 8).
Basic Menu Features
Select “Full Colour”, and then select
“OK”.
Chapter 1
Full Colour Mode
z For the following procedure, refer to steps 5
to 6 of Selecting the Colour Mode (see
page 8).
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2 Colour Mode
Chapter 1
Colour original can be copied in 2 Colours, which can be achieved by using Black & another specified
colour.
The specified colour can be selected from the basic colours (Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Magenta,
Cyan) and registered colours.
Ex: When copying a Full Colour original in
Cyan and Black.
Basic Menu Features
When 2 Colour Mode is selected, Original Type setting selection is not available.
1
Select “2 Colour”.
3
Select a colour from the basic colours
or custom colours, and then select
“OK”.
‰ When selecting a colour from the basic
colours.
z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 3 of
Selecting the Colour Mode (see page 8).
2
Select “Change Colour”.
‰ When selecting a colour from the custom
colours.
z The colour and the specified name are
displayed.
z When registering a custom colour, refer to
New Colour Registration (see page 14).
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4
Select “OK”.
Ex: “Green” is selected.
Chapter 1
Basic Menu Features
z For the following procedure, refer to steps 5
to 6 of Selecting the Colour Mode (see
page 8).
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1 Colour Mode
Colour and Monochrome originals can be copied in one specified colour.
Chapter 1
The colour can be selected from the basic colours (Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Magenta, Cyan), or from
the registered colours.
Ex: Copying a Full Colour original in Cyan.
Ex: Copying a Monochrome original in Cyan.
Basic Menu Features
z When 1 Colour Mode is selected, Original Type setting selection is not available.
1
Select “1 Colour”.
3
Select a colour from the basic colours
or custom colours, and then select
“OK”.
‰ When selecting a colour from the basic
colours.
z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 3 of
Selecting the Colour Mode (see page 8).
2
Select “Change Colour”.
‰ When selecting a colour from the custom
colours.
z The colour and the specified name are
displayed.
z When registering a custom colour, refer to
New Colour Registration (see page 14).
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4
Select “OK”.
Ex: “Green” is selected.
Chapter 1
Basic Menu Features
z For the following procedure, refer to steps 5
to 6 of Selecting the Colour Mode (see
page 8).
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New Colour Registration
Chapter 1
1
Select “Add Custom”.
Basic Menu Features
z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 2 of
2 Colour Mode (see page 10).
2
Adjust the colour level of Cyan,
Magenta, and/or Yellow colours.
Colour
Select any button without a registered
colour name, and then select “OK”.
Colour Ratio
Colour Sample Indicator
z The created new colour can be confirmed
with the Colour Sample Indicator in real
time.
z The total combined colour level of “Cyan”,
“Magenta”, and “Yellow” should be 240% or
less.
4
‰ When the registered colour is changed.
Select the registered colour name button, and
then select “OK”.
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3
Check the adjusted colour, and then
select “OK”.
5
Input the original colour name with the
keyboard, and then select “OK”.
Chapter 1
z For instructions on how to enter characters,
refer to Using the Keyboard in the
Operating Instructions (For Function
Parameters) on the provided CD-ROM.
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Confirm the registered colour, and
then select “OK”.
Basic Menu Features
z Up to 20 characters.
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Chapter 1
Selecting Original Type and Adjusting the
Density
Select the original type corresponding to your documents.
Basic Menu Features
Text
Text/Photo
Other Types
Adjust the copy density according to your requirements.
Decreased density
Lighter
Darker
Increased density
z Original Type setting selection is not available when the 2 Colour, or 1 Colour mode is chosen.
z To change the “Original Type” default setting, refer to Copier Settings (For Key Operator) in the Operating
Instructions (For Function Parameters) on the provided CD-ROM.
1
Place original(s).
z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the
Operating Instructions (For Basic
Operations) of provided booklet.
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3
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Photo
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “Quality Adj.”.
4
Select the Original Type.
5
Text
Chapter 1
Select when copying text without
any pictures.
Adjust the density using “Lighter” or
“Darker”, and then select “OK”.
“Printed”:
Original full of printed characters.
“Pencil”:
Original written with pencil to
make it darker.
Text/
Photo
Select when copying originals
containing text and pictures.
Photo
Select when copying photos.
“Photo Paper”:
Photos printed on paper.
“LaserPrinted”:
Photos printed by laser printer.
“Commercial”:
Photos on printed material.
Ex: Brochure
Other
Types
Select when copying the following
types of originals.
“Map”:
“TracingPaper”:
Use when original is thin, select
this mode to prevent copying the
image on the backside.
“NewsPaper”:
Use when background colour is
not white (Ex: Newspaper).
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Lighter
Each time it is selected, the density
level is decreased, brightening the
printed colour.
Darker
Each time it is selected, the density
level is increased, darkening the
printed colour.
Enter the desired number of copies.
Press the Start key.
z After finishing copying, press the Reset key
to return to the initial screen of the current
active mode.
Basic Menu Features
“Photo Paper”:
“LaserPrinted”:
“Commercial”:
Ex: Brochure
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Registering Quality Preset
Chapter 1
Save your favourite Quality Adj. setting configuration, by registering up to 5 Quality Presets.
The following quality adjustment settings can be registered:
• Auto, Black, Full Colour, 2 Colour or 1 Colour
• Original Type
• Density
More Settings
Basic Menu Features
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•
Background Removal
Bleed-Through Prevention
Tint
Contrast
Sharpness
Saturation
Colour Balance
z For details on how to use Quality Preset, refer to Using Quality Preset (see page 20).
z The registered image quality setting is kept until it is overwritten by a new setting.
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4
Select the desired quality settings.
5
Select “Save”.
z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the
Operating Instructions (For Basic
Operations) of provided booklet.
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3
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Place original(s).
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “Quality Adj.”.
6
Select a Quality Preset button, and
then select “OK”.
7
Enter any Quality Preset name, and
then select “OK”.
Chapter 1
‰ When registering a new Quality Preset.
Select an empty Quality Preset button.
z Up to 20 characters.
Select the registered Quality Preset button.
z For instructions on how to enter characters,
refer to Using the Keyboard in the
Operating Instructions (For Function
Parameters) on the provided CD-ROM.
8
Select “OK”.
Basic Menu Features
z Registration will not be permitted without
assigning a name.
‰ When updating a registered Quality
Preset.
9 Enter the desired number of copies.
10 Press the Start key.
Confirm the image quality of the copied
papers.
z After finishing copying, press the Reset key
to return to the initial screen of the current
active mode.
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Using Quality Preset
Chapter 1
You can recall the registered quality adjustment configuration settings by using the following
procedures.
For details on how to register image quality adjustment settings into Quality Preset, refer to the Registering
Quality Preset (see page 18).
1
Place original(s).
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Basic Menu Features
z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the
Operating Instructions (For Basic
Operations) of provided booklet.
2
3
Select a Quality Preset button, and
then select “OK”.
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “Quality Adj.”.
The selected Quality Preset settings are
reflected.
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4
Select “OK”.
Select “Recall”.
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Enter the desired number of copies.
Press the Start key.
Confirm the image quality of the copied
papers.
z After finishing copying, press the Reset key
to return to the initial screen of the current
active mode.
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Memo
Chapter 1
Basic Menu Features
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Quality Adjusting
Chapter 1
Image quality items can be easily set by selecting from 4 image quality types (Lively, Bright, Warmer,
and Cooler).
Additionally, within Custom Setting selection, the following 7 image quality adjustments can be set.
• Background Removal
• Sharpness
• Bleed-Through Prevention
• Saturation
• Tint
• Colour Balance
• Contrast
Basic Menu Features
z The default setting of Bleed-Through Prevention, Tint, Contrast, Sharpness, and Saturation can be changed.
Refer to Copier Settings (For Key Operator) in the Operating Instructions (For Function Parameters) on the
provided CD-ROM.
z Under the following situations, the colour mode settings return to the standard settings.
- If the Reset key is pressed.
- If Auto Reset Time interval has lapsed (default = 1 min).
- If the power is turned OFF.
- If “Default” in “More Settings” is selected.
1
Place original(s).
z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the
Operating Instructions (For Basic
Operations) of provided booklet.
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3
5
Select an image quality type, and then
select “OK”.
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “Quality Adj.”.
Custom Setting
(See pages 24-30)
4
Select “More Settings”.
Default
Copied with the default image
quality set by the function
parameters.
Vivid
Copied with vivid image quality.
Bright
Copied with bright image quality.
Warmer
Copied with reddish colour
accentuated.
Cooler
Copied with bluish colour
accentuated.
z If Tracing Paper is selected in Original Type,
the Bleed-Through Prevention is set to 3
regardless of the selected image quality
type.
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Enter the desired number of copies.
Press the Start key.
Confirm the image quality of the copied
papers.
z After finishing copying, press the Reset key
to return to the initial screen of the current
active mode.
Basic Menu Features
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8
Select “OK”.
Chapter 1
z The default values are set upon shipment.
Key operations can change these values,
refer to Copier Settings in the Operating
Instructions (For Function Parameters) on
the provided CD-ROM.
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Background Removal
Chapter 1
The original can be copied with the background colour removed. This function is useful when copying
newspapers or an original, which has background colour.
Basic Menu Features
z The settings of the Background Removal changes to “Off” if Photo is selected in the Original Type.
z The settings of Background Removal and Bleed-Through Prevention become invalid if Photo is selected in the
Original Type.
1
Select “Custom Setting”.
3
Adjust the level of Background
Removal with “-” and “+”, and then
select “OK”.
z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 4 of
Quality Adjusting (see page 22).
2
Select “Background Removal”.
Background
Removal
4
There are 6 levels. The higher
the value, more Background
Colour can be removed.
Select “OK”.
z For the following procedure, refer to steps 6
to 8 of Quality Adjusting (see page 23).
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Bleed-Through Prevention
Thin sheets of original can be copied without bleeding through.
Chapter 1
z When setting the Tint adjustment to More Blue or More Red, the copies may come out with bleed through contamination.
1
z If you change the Background Removal to
the “Off” position, the Bleed-Through
Prevention will not be adjustable.
Select “Bleed-Through Prevention”.
BleedThrough
Prevention
3
There are 6 levels. The higher
the level, the higher it
increases the prevention
effect.
Select “OK”.
z To display this screen, refer to step 1 of
Background Removal (see page 24).
Basic Menu Features
z The settings of Bleed-Through Prevention become invalid if Photo is selected in the Original Type.
z If Tracing Paper is selected in Original
Type, Bleed-Through Prevention of each
image quality type is set to 3.
2
Adjust the level of Bleed-Through
Prevention with “-” and “+”, and then
select “OK”.
z For the following procedure, refer to steps 6
to 8 of Quality Adjusting (see page 23).
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Tint
The original can be copied with reddish or bluish colour accentuated.
Chapter 1
Reddish colour
accentuated
Basic Menu Features
Bluish colour
accentuated
1
Select “Tint”.
2
Adjust the colour tone with “More
Red” or “More Blue”, and then select
“OK”.
z To display this screen, refer to step 1 of
Background Removal (see page 24).
More Red
Each time it is selected, the
level of reddish colour
increases by 1 grade. (The
bluish colour level decreases
by 1 grade.)
More Blue
Each time it is selected, the
level of bluish colour increases
by 1 grade. (The reddish
colour level decreases by 1
grade.)
z Screen will return to step 1.
Select “OK”, and then proceed to steps 6 to
8 of Quality Adjusting (see page 23).
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Contrast
The original can be copied with adjusted contrast.
Chapter 1
Higher
1
Select “Contrast”.
2
Adjust the contrast with “Lower” or
“Higher”, and then select “OK”.
z To display this screen, refer to step 1 of
Background Removal (see page 24).
Lower
Each time it is selected, the
contrast level decreases by 1
grade lower. (The distinction
between brightness and
darkness is reduced.)
Higher
Each time it is selected, the
contrast level increases by 1
grade higher. (The distinction
between brightness and
darkness is increased.)
Basic Menu Features
Lower
z Screen will return to step 1.
Select “OK”, and then proceed to steps 6 to
8 of Quality Adjusting (see page 23).
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Sharpness
The original can be copied by softening, or sharpening the outline of the image.
Chapter 1
Lower
Basic Menu Features
Higher
1
Select “Sharpness”.
2
Adjust the sharpness with “Lower” or
“Higher”, and then select “OK”.
z To display this screen, refer to step 1 of
Background Removal (see page 24).
Lower
Each time it is selected, the
sharpness level decreases by
1 grade lower. (The image
outline is softened.)
Higher
Each time it is selected, the
sharpness level increases by 1
grade higher. (The image
outline is sharpened.)
z Screen will return to step 1.
Select “OK”, and then proceed to steps 6 to
8 of Quality Adjusting (see page 23).
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Saturation
The original can be copied with adjusted saturation.
1
Select “Saturation”.
Higher
2
Adjust the saturation with “Lower” or
“Higher”, and then select “OK”.
Lower
Each time it is selected, the
saturation level decreases by 1
grade lower, reducing the
colour saturation.
Higher
Each time it is selected, the
saturation level increases by 1
grade higher, increasing the
colour saturation.
Basic Menu Features
z To display this screen, refer to step 1 of
Background Removal (see page 24).
Chapter 1
Lower
z Screen will return to step 1.
Select “OK”, and then proceed to steps 6 to
8 of Quality Adjusting (see page 23).
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Colour Balance
Chapter 1
The original can be copied with adjusted density level (Darker, Medium, and Lighter) of Yellow,
Magenta, Cyan, and Black.
z The density of each colour can be fine tuned for each of the three density levels.
This function is useful for the fine adjustment of colour photos. Unlike image editing software, this function
cannot greatly change the colour tone since the adjustable range at each density level is very narrow.
1
Select “Colour Balance”.
Basic Menu Features
Select remaining colours, and then
adjust its Colour Balance as shown in
step 2.
z To display this screen, refer to step 1 of
Background Removal (see page 24).
2
Select “Cyan”, and then adjust Darker
Areas, Medium Areas, and Lighter
Areas with “-” or “+”.
z The density range from the darkest level
(100%) to the lightest level (0%) is equally
divided into three range areas.
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3
Darker
Areas
Darkest area
Medium
Areas
Area between darkest and lightest
areas
Lighter
Areas
Lightest area
4
Select “OK”.
z Screen will return to step 1.
Select “OK”, and then proceed to steps 6 to
8 of Quality Adjusting (see page 23).
Memo
Chapter 1
Basic Menu Features
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Proof Copying
Chapter 1
When making more than one copy, the first copy can be printed as a proof copy.
After confirming its quality, the remaining copies can be printed.
One copy as a
proof copy
Basic Menu Features
1
Place original(s).
z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the
Operating Instructions (For Basic
Operations) of provided booklet.
2
3
4
5
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
The remaining copies are
made after confirmation
6
Press the Start key.
The first copy is printed and a confirmation
screen appears.
7
If the copy quality is satisfactory,
select “Yes”.
Select the copy features if necessary.
The remaining copies are printed.
Enter the desired number of copies.
Select “Proof Set”.
‰ If the copy quality is not satisfactory.
1 Select “No” to return to the Basic Menu
screen.
2 Place the original again.
3 Adjust the quality settings.
4 Press the Start key.
A proof copy is printed and a confirmation
screen appears. Confirm if the copy quality is
acceptable.
5 Select “Yes”.
The remaining copies are printed.
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Before copying, the settings can be checked, changed or deleted.
1
Select “Confirm Settings”.
Ex: Changing Sort mode to Shift-Sort mode
when optional finisher is installed.
1 Select “Sort”.
Check the settings, and then select
“Close”.
z If “Confirm Settings” is selected, the setting
screen is displayed and the settings (except
1 -> 1) can be changed.
2 Select “Non Sort”, and then select “OK”.
Basic Menu Features
2
Chapter 1
Confirming/Editing the Selected Copy
Features
3 Select “Close”.
z If “Reset All” is selected, all the settings are
cancelled.
z If “Preset Jobs” is selected, the job
registration screen is displayed to register
jobs. Refer to the Storing a Job in Memory
(see page 34).
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Storing a Job in Memory
Chapter 1
A copy job can be registered as a preset job. It is useful to register the frequently used settings as
Preset jobs.
z Refer to the Recalling a Preset Job Stored in Memory (see page 35).
z Once registered, the copy job settings are kept in the job memory until they are overwritten by new settings.
z A proof copy job cannot be registered in the job memory.
z “M1”/“M2” cannot be registered when Manual Skyshot Mode is selected. Refer to Copier Settings in the
Operating Instructions (For Function Parameters) on the provided CD-ROM.
Basic Menu Features
1
Place original(s).
6
z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the
Operating Instructions (For Basic
Operations) of provided booklet.
2
3
Select “Save”, and then select a job
button that does not have a job
registered.
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select the copy features (see pages 833 and 40-89).
z The job button, in which a job has been
registered, will have a job name.
7
4
5
Input a job name, and then select
“OK”.
Enter the desired number of copies.
Select “Preset Jobs”.
z Up to 20 characters can be entered.
z For instructions on how to enter characters,
refer to Using the Keyboard in the
Operating Instructions (For Function
Parameters) on the provided CD-ROM.
z After completing the editing of the job name,
press the Reset key to return to the initial
screen of the current active mode.
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Recalling a Preset Job Stored in Memory
A job called “Double Exposure” is set as default.
Refer to Double Exposure in the Operating Instructions (For Basic Operations) of provided booklet.
z Refer to the Storing a Job in Memory (see page 34).
1
Place original(s).
5
2
3
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “Preset Jobs”.
z To change the setting, refer to the
Confirming/Editing the Selected Copy
Features (see page 33).
6
4
Press the Start key.
Basic Menu Features
z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the
Operating Instructions (For Basic
Operations) of provided booklet.
To confirm the job settings, select
“Confirm Settings”, and then select
“Close”.
Chapter 1
The specific copy job will be done by recalling the registered preset jobs.
Select a stored job.
z Job buttons without names, indicate that
there are no jobs registered.
z If the confirmation screen “Ready for M1
Memory Copy” is displayed, select “Close”.
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Checking the Waiting to Copy Job
Chapter 1
A list of jobs currently being printed or waiting to print can be displayed. The following types of jobs can
be displayed.
• All jobs
• Copy jobs
The pending waiting to print jobs can be deleted.
Basic Menu Features
Displaying a List of All Jobs
Displaying a List of Copy Jobs
A list of all the jobs currently being printed, or
waiting to print can be displayed.
A list of copy jobs currently being printed, or
waiting to print can be displayed.
1
1
2
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “Output Queue”.
z A list of copy jobs currently being printed, or
waiting to print is displayed.
Output Queue screen is displayed, and a list
of all the jobs currently being printed, or
waiting to print are displayed.
3
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Select “Copy” in the Output Queue
screen.
Select “Close”.
2
Select “Close”.
Deleting Copy Jobs
The jobs in Ready status can be deleted.
Select “Copy” in the Output Queue
screen.
Select when deleting a copy
job.
Print
Select when deleting a print
job.
zRefer to the Operating
Instructions (For PCL
Printer Driver) provided
on the CD-ROM.
z To display the Output Queue screen, refer to
the Checking the Waiting to Copy Job
(see page 36).
2
Select a job, and then select “Delete”.
Select “Yes”.
Selected Copy Job is deleted.
4
Select “Close”.
Basic Menu Features
Copy
3
Chapter 1
1
z When deleting all the jobs, select “Select
All”, and then select “Delete”.
The screen to confirm the job deletion is
displayed.
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Completion Notice
Chapter 1
If Completion Notice is set, you will be notified on your computer when copying is completed.
z Before using this function, install the Panasonic Document Management System and PCL Printer Driver,
and then configure each software.
z To register the IP Address of your computer, refer to Network Scanner Settings (Option) and Completion
Notice in the Operating Instructions (For Setting Up) of provided booklet.
1
6
Basic Menu Features
z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the
Operating Instructions (For Basic
Operations) of provided booklet.
2
3
4
Select a designated computer, and
then select “OK”.
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select the copy features if necessary.
Select “Completion Notice”.
7
8
Enter the desired number of copies.
Press the Start key.
A completion notice will be sent to the
specified computer when copying is
completed.
5
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Place original(s).
z When copying from the Platen Glass, place
the next original, and follow the instructions
described on the touch panel display.
Select an index tab or “Favourite” to
display the registered computers.
z After finishing copying, press the Reset key
to return to the initial screen of the current
active mode.
Memo
Chapter 1
Basic Menu Features
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Chapter 2
2-Sided Copy Mode
More Menus Features
Chapter 2
z For information on “1 -> 2”, “2 -> 2”, “Book -> 2”, and “N in 1”, please refer to the Operating Instructions (For
Basic Operations) on the provided booklet.
z The standard setting of the “2-Sided / Original->Copy” can be changed. Refer to Copier Settings in the
Operating Instructions (For Function Parameters) on the provided CD-ROM.
z Special paper such as cardboard cannot be used for 2-Sided copy.
Basic Operation for the 2-Sided Copy Mode
More Menus Features
1
Place original(s).
4
Select the desired 2-Sided mode.
z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the
Operating Instructions (For Basic
Operations) of provided booklet.
z 2 -> 1, 2 -> 2, Booklet, Multi-Size Feed, and
Job Build and SADF: From ADF only.
2
3
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “More Menus”.
1 -> 1
: To clear the 2-Sided Copy
Mode
2 -> 1
: (see page 41)
2 Page
: (see page 42)
Booklet
: (see page 43)
Multi-Size Feed : (see page 45)
z When “Multi-Size Feed” is selected, only “1>1” can be selected.
Job Build and SADF (see pages 47 and 48)
For N in 1, 1 -> 2, 2 -> 2, and Book -> 2 Modes
z Refer to the Operating Instructions (For
Basic Operation) on the provided booklet.
5
6
Enter the desired number of copies.
Press the Start key.
z When copying from the Platen Glass, place
the next original, and follow the instructions
described on the touch panel display.
z After finishing copying, press the Reset key
to return to the initial screen of the current
active mode.
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Copying 2-Sided original(s) onto two separate sheets
2-Sided original(s) can be copied and separated into 1-Sided pages.
Chapter 2
Select “2-Sided / Original->Copy”,
and then select “2 -> 1”.
z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 3 of
Basic Operation for the 2-Sided Copy
Mode (see page 40).
2
Select the bind position, and then
select “OK”.
Long Edge:
Copies both sides of the
original, facing them in the
same direction.
More Menus Features
1
Short Edge:
Copies both sides of the
original facing them in the
opposite direction.
z For the following procedure, refer to steps 5
to 6 of Basic Operation for the 2-Sided
Copy Mode (see page 40).
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Copying Facing Page Original to Two Separate Sheets
Two facing pages or a A3 size original can be copied and separated into 1-Sided sheets.
Chapter 2
More Menus Features
1
Select “2-Sided / Original->Copy”,
and then select “2 Page”.
z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 3 of
Basic Operation for the 2-Sided Copy
Mode (see page 40).
z When “Multi-Size Feed” is selected, “2
Page” cannot be selected.
2
Select a page order of original.
3
Select a copy layout, and then select
“OK”.
The first through last page are
copied.
The first page and beyond are
copied, but the last page is not
copied.
The first page is not copied, but the
rest and including the last page are
copied.
The first and the last page are not
copied.
The left page of the facing original
is copied first.
The right page of the facing original
is copied first.
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z For the following procedure, refer to steps 5
to 6 of Basic Operation for the 2-Sided
Copy Mode (see page 40).
From 1-Sided Originals to 2-Sided Copies using Saddle Stitch
(Booklet)
Chapter 2
z Originals should be placed on the ADF. (A5 or A4 size is only available, up to 40 originals)
z Saddle stitch binding is possible only when the optional 1-Bin Saddle Finisher (DA-FS356) is installed.
A3 and A4R are the only applicable paper sizes.
z The standard setting for the copy size is the reduced size, however, the setting can be changed to a “original
size”. Refer to Copier Settings in the Operating Instructions (For Function Parameters) on the provided CDROM.
z When the Fold Position is not matched with centre position of the copies, set the binding margin. Refer to
General Settings (For Key Operator) in the Operating Instructions (For Function Parameters) on the provided
CD-ROM.
z Stamping can be combined with the Booklet For Copying with Stamping, refer to Copying with Stamping (see
pages 61 to 69).
1
Select “2-Sided / Original->Copy”,
and then select “Booklet”.
Select when binding the left
side, or the top side of the
page.
More Menus Features
z The 2-Sided original cannot be copied into a booklet.
Select when binding the
right side, or the bottom
side of the page.
3
Select the cover page type if
necessary.
1 Select “Cover”.
z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 3 of
Basic Operation for the 2-Sided Copy
Mode (see page 40).
2
Select a bind position.
Continue on the next page...
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2 Select a cover type.
5
Select “OK”.
Chapter 2
More Menus Features
Blank
Not copied on the cover.
Copy
Copied on the cover.
z When “Blank” is selected as the cover type,
up to 36 originals can be placed on the ADF.
3 Select “Cover” to select a paper.
z For the following procedure, refer to steps 5
to 6 of Basic Operation for the 2-Sided
Copy Mode (see page 40).
z When the Fold Position does not match with
the centre position of the copies, set the
binding margin. Refer to General Settings
in the Operating Instructions (For Function
Parameters) on the provided CD-ROM.
z The stapled copies are delivered to the
saddle tray of the 1-bin saddle finisher as
shown below:
z When changing paper other than the cover,
select the “Copy” on the Control Panel. If
the paper of desired size is available on the
tray, the display changes.
Select a paper size from the display.
4
Select “OK” to exit the cover settings.
Staple position
Saddle tray
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Copying Mixed Size Originals from the ADF
Ex: Original Size (Standard Setting)
Ex: A4 and A3
A4 and A3
Ex: Specified Size
A4
Combination
Original Size 1
Original Size 2
Combination 1
A3
A4
Combination 2
A4R
A5
z If no copy size is specified, the original is copied to its original size. If the copy size is specified, the original is
copied automatically enlarged, or reduced in accordance with the specified size.
z Only when specifying the same copy size, 2-Sided copying is possible by setting “2-Sided”.
z Only when specifying the same copy size, the copies can be rotated and printed as a booklet, or as a unit of
specified number of pages by setting “Rotate-Sort” or “Rotate-Group”.
1
Select “2-Sided / Original->Copy”,
and then select “Multi-Size Feed”.
2
Select an orientation, and then select
“OK”.
More Menus Features
z The following 2 combinations are possible.
Chapter 2
Use this function when copying mixed size originals (A4 and A3 or A5, A4R, and B4) using the ADF,
original size can be detected automatically then copied to the same size, or one specified size.
z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 3 of
Basic Operation for the 2-Sided Copy
Mode (see page 40).
Continue on the next page...
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ABC
When the smaller original is
vertically long, and the
larger original is horizontally
long
Ex:
ABC
ABC
ABC
ABC
When all originals are
horizontally long
Ex:
ABC
When copying the same paper size,
touch “Basic Menu”, and then select a
desired copy size with copy size
button.
z For the following procedure, refer to steps 5
to 6 of Basic Operation for the 2-Sided
Copy Mode (see page 40).
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A4
(Portrait)
Copy size is
not set.
Copy size is
set to A4.
Face
A4
(Portrait)
A3
(Landscape
layout)
Face
Blank
Back
A3
(Landscape
layout)
A4
(Portrait)
Back
A3*1
(Landscape
layout)
More Menus Features
ABC
When the smaller original is
horizontally long, and the
larger original is vertically
long
Ex:
3
Ex: Combination of A4 (Portrait layout)
and A3 (Landscape layout) original
Copy Images Bind Position is SHORT EDGE
ABC
Chapter 2
When all originals are
vertically long
Ex:
*1 A3 size will be reduced
to A4 size.
Copying Special Originals (Thin Paper, etc.) from the ADF
This mode adds a 5 second delay to allow another original to be placed on the ADF. Special originals
(like thin paper, etc.) can be fed from the ADF and copied continuously using the SADF Mode.
1
2
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “More Menus”.
Select “2-Sided / Original->Copy”,
and then select “Job Build and
SADF”.
5
6
7
8
Enter the desired number of copies.
Press the Start key.
Place the next original within 5 sec. of
last ejected original(s).
After the last page is scanned, select
“No” in the confirmation screen.
More Menus Features
3
4
Place one original (minimum 50 g/m2)
on the ADF.
Chapter 2
„ SADF
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„ Job Build
Chapter 2
This is useful, when copying multiple sets of originals that exceed the maximum capacity of the ADF of
70 sheets (80g/m2). (See the Example below:)
Ex: To make 5 sets of sorted copies of 100-sheet of originals.
(a) Place the first 70 sheets of originals on the ADF.
(b) Select “2-Sided / Original->Copy” Copy menu, and then select Job “Job Build and SADF”.
(c) Select “Sort / Finish” menu, and then select the desired Sorting/Finishing end result.
(d) Press the Start key.
More Menus Features
(e) After scanning the first 70 sheets, you can place the remaining 30 sheets of originals on the ADF
within 5 second to continue copying without interrupting the cycle.
Or if you do nothing, the machine will display “Another original? / Yes or No”.
(f)
Place the remaining 30 sheets of originals on the ADF tray, and then select “Yes”.
(g) After scanning the remaining 30 sheets, “Another original? / Yes or No” will display, select “No”
to start the printing process.
1
70
Originals:70 sheets <1st scan>
1
100
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1st and 2nd Scanning Data are
combined into one job.
100
Originals: Remaining 30 sheets <2nd scan>
5 sets of 100-sheet sorted
copies are printed
z Original should be placed on the ADF.
z Up to 999 sheets of the originals can be scanned in one job.
The maximum capacity of the scanned data can be reached less than 999 sheets of the originals depending on
the type of sheets being scanned.
If the memory becomes full during scanning, follow the instructions on the Display.
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Memo
Chapter 2
More Menus Features
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Sort Mode
Chapter 2
The original can be copied, printed, and sorted in a specified number of sets.
• Optional Finisher is not installed.
Refer to the Operating Instructions (For Basic Functions).
• Optional Finisher is installed.
Shift-Sort, Shift-Group, and Staple mode are available.
• Optional Punch Unit is installed
Punch mode is available.
Shift-Sort
Shift-Group
Staple-Sort
Punch
More Menus Features
z The maximum number of pages to staple are as follows:
For 1-Bin Finisher
A4 : 30 sheets, B4/A3 : 20 sheets
For 1-Bin Saddle Stitch Finisher
A4 : 50 sheets, B4/A3 : 20 sheets
Saddle-Stitch:
A4(A4R), B4, A3: 10 sets (6-10 sheets) / 20 sets (2-5 sheets)
1
Place original(s).
z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the
Operating Instructions (For Basic
Operations) of provided booklet.
2
3
4
Select “Sort / Finish”, and then select
a sort mode.
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “More Menus”.
z When the “Staple-Sort” or “Punch” is
selected, refer to next page.
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‰ When the optional 1-Bin Saddle Stitch
Finisher is installed.
‰ When the optional 1-Bin Finisher is
installed. Select the stapling position.
Chapter 2
Select the stapling position.
2 positions on the left side.
1 position on the upper
right side.
1 position on the upper left side.
2 positions on the upper side.
2 positions on the right side.
1 position on the upper right side.
‰ When the optional Punch Unit is installed
to the 1-Bin Saddle Stitch Finisher.
Select the punching position.
5
6
Enter the desired number of copies.
Press the Start key.
z When copying from the Platen Glass, place
the next original and follow the instructions
described on the touch panel display.
More Menus Features
1 position on the upper left
side.
z After finishing copying, press the Reset key
to return to the initial screen of the current
active mode.
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Zoom Mode
Chapter 2
Variable Ratios
The original can be copied by setting the Enlargement/Reduction Ratio.
More Menus Features
1
Place original(s).
5
Select the item to enlarge/reduce.
z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the
Operating Instructions (For Basic
Operations) of provided booklet.
2
3
4
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “More Menus”.
Select “Zoom / Effects”, and then
select “Zoom”.
XY
Select to set the same enlargement/
reduction ratio vertically and
horizontally.
X
Select to set the horizontal
enlargement/reduction ratio.
Y
Select to set the vertical enlargement/
reduction ratio.
When a reduction copy is selected, it is printed
on the following position and size.
Place the original(s) on
the ADF.
ABC
Place the original on
the Platen Glass.
ABC
ABC
ABC
Ex.25%
ABC
ABC
Ex. 50%
Ex.25%
Ex. 50%
100%
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100%
6
Input the zoom ratio with “S” and “T”,
or the keypad, and then select “OK”.
Chapter 2
z When changing the paper size after setting
the zoom ratio, touch “Basic Menu”, select
“Paper/Output Tray”, and then select the
paper size.
7
8
Enter the desired number of copies.
Press the Start key.
z When copying from the Platen Glass, place
the next original, and follow the instructions
described on the touch panel display.
z After finishing copying, press the Reset key
to return to the initial screen of the current
active mode.
More Menus Features
z The ratio can be set in 1% increments from
25% to 400%.
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Auto Zoom
Chapter 2
By setting Auto Zoom, originals can be automatically Enlarged/Reduced to fit the size of the loaded
paper.
z This function can be selected when the original is placed on the platen.
More Menus Features
z As the original is placed on the platen, the position of the original may be erroneously detected if influenced by
ambient light.
z If the margin around the original is 5 mm wide or less, the original may not be correctly detected, and the copy
image may be unclear.
1
Open the ADF more than 45 degrees,
and then place the original on the
platen, leaving it open.
Face Down. Align with top left
corner.
z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the
Operating Instructions (For Basic
Operations) of provided booklet.
2
3
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Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “More Menus”.
4
Select “Zoom / Effects”, and then
select “Auto Zoom”.
5
Select the desired zoom/type ratio,
and then select “OK”.
Chapter 2
Enlarged or reduced
according to both vertical/
horizontal size of the paper.
6
7
8
Select the desired size of paper, and
then select “OK”.
More Menus Features
Enlarged or reduced
according to the vertical/
horizontal size of the paper.
Enter the desired number of copies.
Press the Start key.
z When copying from the Platen Glass, place
the next original, and follow the instructions
described on the touch panel display.
z After finishing copying, press the Reset key
to return to the initial screen of the current
active mode.
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Effect Modes
Chapter 2
More Menus Features
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Setting a Blank Edge
Unnecessary edge can be erased by setting a blank edge.
z When “Zoom” is selected, the erasing width varies depending on the zoom ratio.
1
Place original(s).
z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the
Operating Instructions (For Basic
Operations) of provided booklet.
2
3
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “More Menus”.
4
Select “Zoom / Effects”, and then
select “Edge”.
5
Select to set the same erasing width
for all sides.
X
Select to set the erasing width for the
right and left sides.
Y
Select to set the erasing width for the
top and bottom sides.
Input the erasing width with “S” and
“T”, or the keypad, and then select
“OK”.
More Menus Features
XY
Chapter 2
6
Select “XY” to set the same value for X
and Y, or “X”, “Y” to set a different
value for X and Y.
z The erasing width can be set in 1 mm
increments from 5 mm to 99 mm.
7
8
Enter the desired number of copies.
Press the Start key.
z When copying from the Platen Glass, place
the next original, and follow the instructions
described on the touch panel display.
(Only sort setting)
z After finishing copying, press the Reset key
to return to the initial screen of the current
active mode.
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Eliminate Dark Inner Binding Shadows
Chapter 2
When copying original such as the centre of folding position may be shaded. This shade can be easily
eliminated.
The shade is erased.
More Menus Features
z When “Zoom” is selected, the erasing width varies depending on the zoom ratio.
z When “Overlay” or “Form Overlay” is selected, this function cannot be executed for the overlay original.
1
Place original(s).
5
z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the
Operating Instructions (For Basic
Operations) of provided booklet.
2
3
Input the erasing width with “S” and
“T”, or the keypad, and then select
“OK”.
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “More Menus”.
z The erasing width can be set in 1 mm
increments from 5 mm to 99 mm.
6
7
4
Select “Zoom / Effects”, and then
select “Book”.
Enter the desired number of copies.
Press the Start key.
z When copying from the Platen Glass, place
the next original, and follow the instructions
described on the touch panel display.
(Only sort setting)
z After finishing copying, press the Reset key
to return to the initial screen of the current
active mode.
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Shift Image to Right, Left, Up or Down
Margin
Margin
Margin
z If a part of the copied image is missing, change the Margin Reduction setting to Yes. Refer to Copier Settings
in the Operating Instructions (For Function Parameters) on the provided CD-ROM.
z When “Overlay” or “Form Overlay” is selected, the binding margin is also set for the overlay original.
z If this setting is made when 2-Sided copying is selected, the print position comes out different between the front
and back sides of copy.
1
Place original(s).
z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the
Operating Instructions (For Basic
Operations) of provided booklet.
2
3
4
Select “Zoom / Effects”, and then
select “Margin”.
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
More Menus Features
Margin
Chapter 2
The margin can be added on any 4 sides of the image with the image shifted to the right, left, up, or
down accordingly.
Select “More Menus”.
Continue on the next page...
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5
Select the desired position of the
binding margin.
Enter the desired number of copies.
Chapter 2
Press the Start key.
z After finishing copying, press the Reset key
to return to the initial screen of the current
active mode.
More Menus Features
Select to set the binding margin on
the left side of the paper.
Select to set the binding margin on
the right side of the paper.
Select to set the binding margin on
the top side of the paper.
Select to set the binding margin on
the bottom side of the paper.
6
Input the width of the binding margin
with “S” and “T”, or the keypad, and
then select “OK”.
z The width of the binding margin can be set
in 1 mm increments, from 5 mm to 99 mm.
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7
8
Copying with Stamping
Page Numbers, Date, etc. can be stamped on each sheet.
z Only 1 of the page number, date, control number, and characters can be selected to print in 1 scanning. 2 or
more stamps cannot be stamped.
z Stamped only in black.
z No stamp is printed on a blank page when an odd number of originals is copied with “1 -> 2” setting selected.
1
Place original(s) on the ADF.
4
Select “Zoom / Effects”, and then
select “Stamping“.
z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the
Operating Instructions (For Basic
Operations) of provided booklet.
2
3
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “More Menus”.
•
•
•
•
5
6
More Menus Features
„ Basic Operation for Stamping
Chapter 2
z This function can be selected when the original is placed on the ADF.
Page Number (see page 62)
Issue Number (see page 64)
Date (see page 66)
Text Stamp (see page 68)
Enter the desired number of copies.
Press the Start key.
z After finishing copying, press the Reset key
to return to the initial screen of the current
active mode.
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„ Page Number
The original can be copied with page numbers printed.
Chapter 2
More Menus Features
z The default is -n- (number) format. To change to n/m (number/maximum) format, refer to Copier Settings in
the Operating Instructions (For Function Parameters) on the provided CD-ROM.
z Make sure to select “Sort”.
1
2
Select “Page Number”.
3
Select the stamping position.
z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 4 of
Basic Operation for Stamping (see page
61).
The page number is printed on the
bottom at the centre.
Select the orientation of the original.
The page number is printed on the
bottom right side.
The page number is printed on the
opposite side.
4
Select the orientation of the
original according to the
orientation of its characters
(vertical direction).
Select the orientation of the
original according to the
orientation of its characters
(horizontal direction).
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To change the start page, or start
position, select “Change”.
5
If “Change” was selected in step 4,
select the starting page or number.
7
Select “OK”.
Chapter 2
The page numbering starts from
the second page.
The page numbering starts from
the third page.
6
Only the case of selecting “Change” in
step 4, input the starting page number
with “S” and “T”, or the keypad, and
then select “OK”.
More Menus Features
The page numbering starts from
the first page.
z For the following steps, refer to steps 5 to 6
in the Basic Operation for Stamping (see
page 61).
z Starting page number can be set from 1 to
999.
Each time it is selected, the number
increments by 1.
Each time it is selected, the number
declines by 1.
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„ Issue Number
The original can be copied and printed in consecutive numbers from 001 to 999.
Chapter 2
More Menus Features
z The issue numbers can be set from 001 to 999. After 999, the number returns to 001.
1
Select “Issue Number”.
z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 4 of
Basic Operation for Stamping (see page
61).
2
3
Select the stamping position of issue
number.
The issue number is printed on
the bottom at the centre.
Select the orientation of the original.
The issue number is printed on
the bottom right side.
The issue number is printed on
the top opposite side.
Select the orientation of the
original according to the
orientation of its characters
(vertical direction).
Select the orientation of the
original according to the
orientation of its characters
(horizontal direction).
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4
Each time it is selected, the number
declines by 1.
z For the following steps, refer to steps 5 to 6
in the Basic Operation for Stamping (see
page 61).
More Menus Features
Each time it is selected, the number
increments by 1.
Chapter 2
Input the starting number of the issue
number with “S” and “T”, or the
keypad, and then select “OK”.
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„ Date
The original can be copied with a printed date. The date is printed in DD/MM/YYYY format.
Chapter 2
01/08/2006
01/08/2006
More Menus Features
1
Select “Date”.
3
z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 4 of
Basic Operation for Stamping (see page
61).
2
Select the stamping position of the
date stamp.
The date is printed on the bottom
at the centre.
Select the orientation of the original.
The date is printed on the bottom
right side.
The date is printed on the opposite
side.
4
To change the date, follow the steps
below:
1 Select “Change”.
Select the orientation of the
original according to the orientation
of its characters (vertical direction).
Select the orientation of the
original according to the orientation
of its characters (horizontal
direction).
The cursor is displayed.
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2 Move the cursor to the desired position using
and
.
Chapter 2
3 Update the date with the Keypad.
Select “OK”.
z For the following steps, refer to steps 5 to 6
in the Basic Operation for Stamping (see
page 61).
More Menus Features
5
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„ Text Stamp
The original can be copied with printed text.
Chapter 2
More Menus Features
z Up to 32 characters, including A to Z, a to z, 0 to 9, symbols, @, . (Period), _ and space can be printed.
z The font size is 2.1 mm x 3.1 mm.
1
Select “Text Stamp”.
3
z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 4 of
Basic Operation for Stamping (see page
61).
2
Select the stamping position of the text
stamp.
The text stamp is printed on
the bottom at the centre.
Select the orientation of the original.
The text stamp is printed on
the bottom right side.
The text stamp is printed on
the opposite side.
4
Select the orientation of the
original according to the
orientation of its characters
(vertical direction).
Select the orientation of the
original according to the
orientation of its characters
(horizontal direction).
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Select “Change”.
5
Input text, and then select “OK”.
Chapter 2
z For instructions on how to enter characters,
refer to Using the Keyboard in the
Operating Instructions (For Function
Parameters) on the provided CD-ROM.
6
Select “OK”.
z For the following steps, refer to steps 5 to 6
in the Basic Operation for Stamping (see
page 61).
More Menus Features
z Up to 32 characters.
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Centering
The copying image can be centred automatically on selected paper.
Chapter 2
More Menus Features
z This function can be selected when the original is placed on the platen.
z As the original is placed on the platen, the position of the original may be erroneously detected if influenced by
ambient light.
z If the margin around the original is 5 mm wide or less, the original may not be correctly detected, and the copy
image may be unclear.
1
Open the ADF more than 45 degrees,
and then place original(s) on the
platen, leave it open.
5
z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the
Operating Instructions (For Basic
Operations) of provided booklet.
2
3
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “More Menus”.
6
7
4
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Select the desired type of paper, and
then select “OK”.
Enter the desired number of copies.
Press the Start key.
z After finishing copying, press the Reset key
to return to the initial screen of the current
active mode.
Select “Zoom / Effects”, and then
select “Centering”.
Image Repeat
Create multiple images on the sheet from single original.
1
Open the ADF more than 45 degrees,
and then place original(s) on the
platen, leave it open.
5
Select the desired type of paper, and
then select “OK”.
z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the
Operating Instructions (For Basic
Operations) of provided booklet.
2
3
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “More Menus”.
6
7
4
More Menus Features
z You can change to have dotted lines printed between each copy images. Refer to Copier Settings in the
Operating Instructions (For Function Parameters) on the provided CD-ROM.
z This function can be selected when the original is placed on the platen.
z As the original is placed on the platen, the position of the original may be erroneously detected if influenced by
ambient light.
z If the margin around the original is 5 mm wide or less, the original may not be correctly detected, and the copy
image may be unclear.
Chapter 2
The minimum size of the
original is 20 mm x 20 mm.
Enter the desired number of copies.
Press the Start key.
z After finishing copying, press the Reset key
to return to the initial screen of the current
active mode.
Select “Zoom / Effects”, and then
select “Image Repeat”.
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Insertion Modes
Chapter 2
More Menus Features
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Add a Cover Page to Copies
The original can be copied using other types of paper as a Cover Page. Only the Front Cover, or Front
and Back Covers can be selected.
The front cover is copied
on colour paper.
1
Place original(s) on the ADF.
z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the
Operating Instructions (For Basic
Operations) of provided booklet.
2
3
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “More Menus”.
4
Select “Insertion / Overlay”, and then
select “Cover”.
5
Determine whether to copy the Front/
Back cover.
7
Select “OK”.
Chapter 2
Select to add a Blank
Front Cover.
Front
Copy
Select to add a Copied
Front cover.
Front+Back
Blank
Select to add a Blank
Front and Back Cover.
Front+Back
Copy
Select to add a Copied
Front and Back Cover.
Select “Cover” until the or Special
paper tray to be used is displayed.
8
9
Enter the desired number of copies.
Press the Start key.
z After finishing copying, press the Reset key
to return to the initial screen of the current
active mode.
More Menus Features
6
Front
Blank
z When changing paper other than the cover
page, select the “Copy”, and change the
paper tray.
z When using colour or Special paper for
copying the cover page, place the paper in
the Sheet Bypass or any tray beforehand
and also select the type of paper that you
will be using. If the type of paper is not
selected properly, the quality of the image
may become poor. Refer to the Operating
Instructions (For Basic Operations) on the
provided booklet.
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Inserts Blank/Copied Pages Between Copies
The original can be copied by inserting other types of paper between specified pages.
Chapter 2
You can copy specified pages (including the cover page) on paper such as coloured paper set in a
Paper Tray, or on the Sheet Bypass.
1
1
2
3
1
2
4
2
3
5
3
4
More Menus Features
6
4
5
Blank Pages
1
Place original(s) on the ADF.
5
5
6
6
Copied Pages
Select the type of page to insert.
z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the
Operating Instructions (For Basic
Operations) of provided booklet.
2
3
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “More Menus”.
6
4
Blank
Inserted page is Blank.
Copy
Copied insertion pages.
Select “Page Insert” until the paper
tray to be used is displayed.
Select “Insertion / Overlay”, and then
select “Page Insertion”.
z When changing paper other than inserted
pages, select the “Copy”, and change the
paper tray.
z When using colour paper for copying the
cover page, place the paper in the Sheet
Bypass beforehand and also select the type
of paper that you will be using. If the type of
paper is not selected properly, the quality of
the image may become poor. Refer to the
Operating Instructions (For Basic
Operations) on the provided booklet.
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7
10 Select “OK”.
Input the page numbers with keypad
where the insertion pages are placed.
11 Enter the desired number of copies.
12 Press the Start key.
Chapter 2
Select “OK”.
z After finishing copying, press the Reset key
to return to the initial screen of the current
active mode.
More Menus Features
8
z To erase an entered number, press the
Clear key.
9
Select
to enter the following
page numbers where the insertion
pages are placed.
z By selecting
and
, move
cursor to enter the insertion page numbers.
z Up to 20 insertion page numbers can be
entered.
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Inserts Blank Pages Between Transparency Film
Chapter 2
1
Place original(s) on the ADF.
More Menus Features
z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the
Operating Instructions (For Basic
Operations) of provided booklet.
2
3
Select “More Menus”.
7
4
5
When changing the paper to be
inserted between Transparency Film,
select “Page Insert” until the paper
tray you want to use is displayed.
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “OK”.
Place the Transparency Film on the
Sheet Bypass.
z How to using Sheet Bypass and changing
the Printing Media, refer to Adding Paper
<Printing Media> in the Operating
Instructions (For Basic Operations) of
provided booklet.
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6
Select “Insertion / Overlay”, and then
select “Transparency Interleaving”.
8
9
Enter the desired number of copies.
Press the Start key.
z After finishing copying, press the Reset key
to return to the initial screen of the current
active mode.
Memo
Chapter 2
More Menus Features
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Overlay Modes
Chapter 2
Overlaying an Image onto the Copies
The original can be overlaid with the first page of the original.
The first page is called the overlay original, and the second page onwards are called the scanned
original, respectively.
Ex: Overlay on Top
scanned originals
More Menus Features
The overlay original
z The size available for both of the overlay original, and the scanned original, is A4.
z “Auto” cannot be selected in colour mode.
z When “Margin” is selected, a binding margin is also set for the overlay original.
z When “Cover” or “Page Insertion” is selected, if the cover page and insertion pages are not set to be copied,
the overlay is not executed for Blank pages. If these pages are set to be copied, the overlay is executed for
copied pages.
z If Hard Disk Drive is not installed, an overlaid image cannot be named and stored in this machine.
(Hard Disk Drive is standard equipment for DP-C354/C264. It is optional equipment for DP-C323/C263/C213.)
1
Place original(s).
z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the
Operating Instructions (For Basic
Operations) of provided booklet.
2
3
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Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “More Menus”.
4
Select “Insertion / Overlay”, and then
select “Overlay”.
5
7
Select the overlay position, and then
select “OK”.
Chapter 2
Select the colour of the overlay
original from the basic colours and
registered custom colours, and then
select “OK”.
‰ When selecting from the basic colours
8
9
Copied with the scanned original
overlaid on the overlay original.
Overlay on
Bottom
Copied with the overlay original
overlaid on the scanned original.
Enter the desired number of copies.
Press the Start key.
z When the overlay copying is completed, the
overlay original registration confirmation
screen is displayed.
z When copying from the Platen Glass, place
the next original, and follow the instructions
described on the touch panel display.
z If “Add Custom” is selected, Change Colour
Add Custom screen is displayed, and
colours can be registered. Refer to the New
Colour Registration (see page 14)
6
10 Select “Yes” or “No”.
More Menus Features
‰ When selecting from the registered
custom colours
Overlay on
Top
Adjust the overlay density with “Lighter”,
and “Darker”, and then select “OK”.
Lighter
Overlay density level is
decreased.
Darker
Overlay density level is
increased.
Yes
Register the overlay image.
No
Clear the overlay image.
z If Hard Disk Drive is not installed, following
steps are not required.
Continue on the next page...
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11 Determine where to register the
overlay original.
Chapter 2
12 Select a desired button has no names
registered, and then select “OK”.
More Menus Features
13 Input the button name with Keyboard,
and then select “OK”.
z Up to 20 characters can be entered.
z For instructions on how to enter characters,
refer to Using the Keyboard in the
Operating Instructions (For Function
Parameters) on provided CD-ROM.
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Overlay Copying with Registered Image
Overlay an image stored in memory onto the copy.
Chapter 2
Form
The scanned
original
z “Auto” cannot be selected in colour mode.
z If the orientation of the original is different from the form, the original is copied by automatically rotating when
overlaid.
z If enlargement or reduction is selected using “Zoom” or the paper size setting, the size of the original is
enlarged or reduced according to the setting. However, the size of the form is not enlarged or reduced.
z When “Edge” or “Book” is selected, the edge erasing function and the centre erasing function are not executed
for the overlay original.
z When “Margin” is selected, a binding margin is also effective for the overlay original.
z If “Blank” is selected for “Cover” or “Page Insertion” setting, overlay will not be executed. The image overlay
is executed for “Copy” pages in stead.
z Note that if the power is turned OFF when Hard Disk Drive is not installed, the overlay image is erased.
(Hard Disk Drive is standard equipment for DP-C354/C264. It is optional equipment for DP-C323/C263/C213.)
1
Place original(s).
z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the
Operating Instructions (For Basic
Operations) of provided booklet.
2
3
4
Select “Insertion / Overlay”, and then
select “Form Overlay”.
More Menus Features
z Available size is A4.
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “More Menus”.
Continue on the next page...
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5
Select the registered form, and then
select “OK”.
Press the Start key.
Chapter 2
z When copying from the Platen Glass, place
the next original, and follow the instructions
described on the touch panel display.
z After finishing copying, press the Reset key
to return to the initial screen of the current
active mode.
More Menus Features
z For the details about how to register the
form, refer to the Save (see page 83).
z When Hard Disk Drive is not installed, the
screen of step 5 is not displayed.
(Hard Disk Drive is standard equipment for
DP-C354/C264. It is optional equipment for
DP-C323/C263/C213.)
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7
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8
Set the order of overlay form and the
scanned original, and then select
“OK”.
Overlay
on Top
Copied with the scanned original
overlaid on the form.
Overlay
on Bottom
Copied with the form overlaid on
the scanned original.
Enter the desired number of copies.
File Edit
Up to 12 editing functions are available in the Form Overlay Feature.
z If Hard Disk Drive is installed, an image can be stored.
(Hard Disk Drive is standard equipment for DP-C354/C264. It is optional equipment for DP-C323/C263/C213.)
„ Save
z The size of the original, which can be registered in the form, is A4.
z After the registration, the form transparency level and the specified colours cannot be changed.
z “Auto” cannot be selected in the colour mode.
1
Place the original for overlay form.
4
z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the
Operating Instructions (For Basic
Operations) of provided booklet.
2
3
Select “Insertion / Overlay”, and then
select “File Edit”.
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “More Menus”.
5
More Menus Features
z If no optional hard disk drive is installed, only 1 form can be registered, and the title cannot be entered. When
the power is turned OFF, the form will be deleted.
(Hard Disk Drive is standard equipment for DP-C354/C264. It is optional equipment for DP-C323/C263/C213.)
Chapter 2
z Refer to the Overlay Copying with Registered Image (see page 81)
Select the button, that has no file
name.
Continue on the next page...
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6
Select “Save”, and then select “OK”.
8
Adjust the overlay level with “Lighter”
and “Darker”, and then select “OK”.
Chapter 2
More Menus Features
7
Select the specified colours of the
form from basic/custom, and then
select “OK”.
‰ When selecting from the basic colours
Lighter
Overlay level is decreased.
Darker
Overlay level is increased.
z If cancell to save the overlay form, select
“Cancel”.
‰ When selecting from the registered
custom colours
9 Press the Start key.
10 Select “Yes”.
z If “Add Custom” is selected, Add Custom
screen is displayed, and colours can be
registered as New Colour Registration
(see page 14)
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11 Input the file name, and then select
“OK”.
Chapter 2
z For instructions on how to enter characters,
refer to Using the Keyboard in the
Operating Instructions (For Function
Parameters) on the provided CD-ROM.
z After completing the editing of the file name,
press the Reset key to return to the initial
screen of the current active mode.
More Menus Features
z Up to 20 characters can be entered.
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Chapter 2
„ Erase
„ File Name Edit
1
1
Select the file name to be deleted.
More Menus Features
z To display File Edit screen, refer to steps 2
to 4 in Save (see page 83).
z To display File Edit screen, refer to steps 2
to 4 in Save (see page 83).
2
Select “Erase”, and then “OK”.
3
Select “Yes”.
z After completing the deletion of the form,
press the Reset key to cancell the settings.
Select the file name to be edited.
2
3
Select “File Name Edit”, and then
“OK”.
Change the file name, and then select
“OK”.
z Up to 20 characters can be entered.
z For instructions on how to enter characters,
refer to Using the Keyboard in the
Operating Instructions (For Function
Parameters) on the provided CD-ROM.
z After completing the editing of the file name,
press the Reset key to return to the initial
screen of the current active mode.
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Memo
Chapter 2
More Menus Features
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Chapter 3
Making Copies with the ADF Opened
Chapter 3
The original can be copied without generating dark borders even if the ADF is opened.
Skyshot Mode
Skyshot Mode can be selected in the standard settings.
z When “2 Page” or “N in 1” is selected, only “Normal” can be set in Skyshot Mode.
Other Features
z If there is a white margin, less than 5 mm around the original, the edge of the copy may come out abnormal
(white lines/streaks). To avoid the problem, change the setting of “Digital Skyshot Mode” to “No”. For setting
of “Digital Skyshot Mode”, refer to Copier Settings in the Operating Instructions (For Function Parameters)
on the provided CD-ROM.
1
Open the ADF more than 45 degrees,
and then place the original on the
Platen Glass, leaving it open.
5
Press the Start key.
z Place the next original, and then follow the
instructions described on the touch panel
display.
z After finishing copying, press the Reset key
to return to the initial screen of the current
active mode.
Face Down. Align with top left
corner.
z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the
Operating Instructions (For Basic
Operations) of provided booklet.
2
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Other Features
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
3
Select copy features if necessary.
4
Enter the desired number of copies.
Manual Skyshot Mode
Copying with pre-registered scan size into memory.
z Originals with black borders may not be copied properly.
z If Manual Skyshot Mode is selected in “Sort”, “Shift-Sort”, “Rotate-Sort”, “Staple-Sort”, “Shift-Group” or
“Rotate-Group”, the setting is automatically changed to “Non Sort”.
Open the ADF, and then place the
original on the Platen Glass, leaving it
open.
z Refer to Placing Originals (Copy) in the
Operating Instructions (For Basic
Operations) of provided booklet.
2
3
4
5
6
7
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select copy features if necessary.
Select “Preset Jobs” on the Basic
Menu screen.
Other Features
1
Chapter 3
z Before using the Manual Skyshot Mode, please set M1 or M2 in the preset jobs. Refer to the Copier Settings
in the Operating Instructions (For Function Parameters) on the provided CD-ROM.
Select the original size from either
“M1:” or “M2:”.
Enter the desired number of copies.
Press the Start key.
z Place the next original, and then follow the
instructions described on the touch panel
display.
z After finishing copying, press the Reset key
to return to the initial screen of the current
active mode.
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Chapter 3
Reserving the Next Copy Job while the
Current Copy Job is Progressing
The next copy job can be reserved while the current copy job is under way.
z If Hard Disk Drive is not installed, this function is not available.
(Hard Disk Drive is standard equipment for DP-C354/C264. It is optional equipment for DP-C323/C263/C213.)
z The previous copy job settings can be saved if the Function Parameter “41 Reserve a Job Settings” (Copier
Settings > Key Operator) is set to “Save”. This is useful when using the previous copy job settings to the next
copy job.
Other Features
z To save the previous copy job settings, refer to Copier Settings (For Key Operator) in the Operating
Instructions (For Function Parameters) on the provided CD-ROM.
1
Place the next original while copying
current job.
2
Select “Reserve a Job”.
3
Select copy features if necessary.
4
5
Enter the desired number of copies.
Press the Start key.
z While the current job is progressing, the
next copy job will be scanned and stored
into the Hard Disk Drive.
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You can interrupt the current copy jobs and make an urgent copy.
z When scanning the current copy job, other copy jobs cannot be interrupted.
1
Press the Interrupt key while copying.
7
The screen returns to the previous copy
mode.
2
3
Place original(s).
Select copy features if necessary.
8
4
5
6
Other Features
When the copy operation is
completed, press the interrupt key
again.
Chapter 3
Interrupt the Current Copy Jobs to Make an
Urgent Copy
Press the Start key to resume the
previous copying operation.
Enter the desired number of copies.
Press the Start key.
Repeat steps 2 to 5, to start the urgent
copy job.
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x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Overlay
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Form Overlay
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Image Repeat
Transparency Interleaving
A
x
Digital Sky Shot
Manual Sky Shot
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Completion Notice
Interrupt
Proof Copy
Double Exposure
92
x
x
Blank:
x:
A:
/:
Combined setting is available.
Combined setting is not available.
Next Selection is Carried Out.
Not available.
*1:
*2:
*3:
Setting is possible only when the paper size is the same.
“Saddle Stitch” is set.
When the Issue Number is selected in Stamping function, Non Sort, Shift-Group or Rotate-Group can not
be selected.
2 -> 2
A
x
A
A
A
x
x
A
A
A
x
x
A
A
A
x
x
x
A
A
A
x
x
A
A
A
x
x
A
A
A
x
x
A
A
A
x
x
A
A
A
x
x
x
A
A
A
Multi-Size Feed
x
x
A
A
A
x
x
x
A
A
A
Job Build & SADF
x
x
A
A
A
x
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
Book -> 2
N in 1
x
Booklet
x
x
Sort
x
A
Non Sort
*3
A
A
*3
A
A
Shift-Sort *1
Shift-Group *1
Rotate-Sort
Rotate-Group
*3
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
x
x
A
A
A
x
A
A
A
A
A
A
Staple-Sort *1
A
A
A
A
Punch *1
A
A
A
A
Zoom
Auto Zoom
x
Edge
/
Book
x
x
x
/
Margin
/
Stamping
/
x
x
x
x
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
x
A
A
A
A
x
A
A
A
A
x
A
A
A
A
x
x
A
A
A
x
Centering
x
x
x
x
/
A
x
x
x
A
A
A
A
A
Image Repeat
x
x
x
x
A
/
x
x
x
A
A
A
A
A
Cover
x
x
/
Page Insertion
x
x
Transparency Interleaving
x
x
Overlay
x
x
x
x
Form Overlay *2
Digital Sky Shot
x
Manual Sky Shot
x
x
A
A
x
A
A
A
/
A
x
A
A
A
A
/
x
A
A
A
A
x
A
A
x
A
A
A
x
x
x
x
x
x
/
A
A
/
x
x
/
A
x
/
Completion Notice
A
/
Interrupt
x
Proof Copy
/
A
Double Exposure
Blank:
x:
A:
R:
/:
Appendix
x
x
2Page
A
Double Exposure
A
A
Proof Copy
A
A
Interrupt
A
x
A
x
Completion Notice
Form Overlay
Overlay
Manual Sky Shot
x
Digital Sky Shot
x
2 -> 1
Transparency Interleaving
Page Insertion
Cover
Image Repeat
Centering
Stamping
Margin
Book
Edge
Initially Set Functions
1 -> 2
Chapter 4
Newly Set Functions
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
A
A
x
/
/
Combined setting is available.
Combined setting is not available.
Next Selection is Carried Out.
When the function initially set is set again, the function itself will be cancelled.
There is no combination.
*1: Settings are possible when the optional finisher is installed.
DA-FS350
DA-FS356
Rotate-Sort
Not Available
Not Available
Rotate-Group
Not Available
Not Available
Shift-Sort
Available
Available
Shift-Group
Available
Available
Staple-Sort
Stapled in 1 position.
Stapled in 1 front position.
Stapled in 1 inner position.
Stapled in 2 centre position.
Punch
Not Available
Available
Saddle -Stitch
Not Available
Available
*2: In the Form Overlay, when the power is turned OFF with no Hard Disk Drive installed, the registered overlay original is deleted.
*3: When the Issue Number is selected in Stamping function, Non Sort, Shift-Group or Rotate-Group will be automatically changed to
Sort function.
93
Index
Chapter 4
Symbols
“M1”/“M2” ....................................................................... 34
Numerics
Appendix
1 -> 1 .............................................................................. 40
1 -> 2 ............................................................ 40, 61, 92, 93
1 Colour ......................................................... 8, 12, 16, 18
1-Bin Finisher ........................................................... 50, 51
1-Bin Saddle Finisher .................................................... 44
1-Bin Saddle Finisher (DA-FS325) ................................ 43
1-Bin Saddle Stitch Finisher .................................... 50, 51
1-Sided Pages ............................................................... 41
2 -> 1 .................................................................. 40, 92, 93
2 -> 2 .................................................................. 40, 92, 93
2 Colour ......................................................... 8, 10, 16, 18
2 Colours ....................................................................... 10
2 Page ......................................................... 40, 42, 92, 93
2-Sided .............................................................. 40, 43, 45
2-Sided / Original->Copy ................. 41, 42, 43, 45, 47, 48
2-Sided Mode ................................................................ 40
A
Add Custom ....................................................... 14, 79, 84
ADF 6, 40, 44, 45, 47, 48, 54, 61, 70, 71, 72, 74, 76, 88, 89
All Jobs .......................................................................... 36
An Image Quality Type .................................................. 22
Auto ................................................................................. 8
Auto Zoom ......................................................... 54, 92, 93
B
Background Colour ........................................................ 24
Background Removal .................................. 18, 22, 24, 25
Basic Colours ............................................... 10, 12, 79, 84
Basic Menu ........................................................ 46, 53, 89
Basic/Custom ................................................................. 84
Bind Position ............................................................ 41, 43
Binding Margin ............................................. 43, 44, 59, 60
Black .................................................. 9, 10, 18, 30, 61, 89
Black & White .......................................................... 6, 8, 9
Black (Monochrome) ........................................................ 8
Blank .................................................................. 44, 78, 81
Blank Edge .................................................................... 56
Bleeding Through .......................................................... 25
Bleed-Through Prevention ................................. 18, 22, 25
BleedThrough Prevention ........................................ 22, 25
Bluish Colour ................................................................. 26
Book ............................................................. 58, 81, 92, 93
Book -> 2 ........................................................... 40, 92, 93
Booklet ......................................................... 40, 43, 92, 93
C
Centering ........................................................... 70, 92, 93
Change .................................................................... 66, 68
Change Colour ............................................................... 10
Colour Balance .................................................. 18, 22, 30
Colour Mode .............................................................. 8, 83
Colour Ratio ................................................................... 14
94
Colour Sample Indicator .................................................14
Commercial ....................................................................17
Completion Notice ..............................................38, 92, 93
Confirm Settings .......................................................33, 35
Confirmation Screen ...........................................32, 47, 79
Contrast ..............................................................18, 22, 27
Copy .........................................................................36, 44
Copy Features ................................................................32
Copy Job ........................................................................37
Copy Jobs ......................................................................36
Copy Layout ...................................................................42
Copy Size .................................................................43, 46
Cover ....................................43, 44, 72, 73, 78, 81, 92, 93
Cover Page Type ...........................................................43
Custom Colour ...............................................................10
Custom Colours ............................................10, 12, 79, 84
Custom Setting .........................................................22, 24
Cyan ...............................................................................30
D
Darker .......................................................................17, 30
Darker Areas ..................................................................30
Date ................................................................................66
Default ............................................................................22
Delete .......................................................................33, 37
Deleting ..........................................................................37
Deletion ..........................................................................86
Density ...................................................16, 17, 18, 30, 79
Digital Sky Shot ........................................................92, 93
Digital Skyshot Mode ......................................................88
Double Exposure ................................................35, 92, 93
E
Edge .............................................................56, 81, 92, 93
Enlarge/Reduce ..............................................................52
F
Facing Pages .................................................................42
Favourite ........................................................................38
Fax Communication Board install .....................................7
File Edit ..........................................................................83
File Name Edit ................................................................86
Fold Position ...................................................................43
Form Overlay ..........................................58, 59, 81, 92, 93
Form Overlay *2 .............................................................93
Front and Back Covers ...................................................72
Front Cover ....................................................................72
Front/Back Cover ...........................................................73
Full Colour ..................................................8, 9, 10, 12, 18
H
Hard Disk Drive ................................78, 81, 82, 83, 90, 93
Higher .............................................................................27
I
Image Quality Setting .....................................................18
Image Repeat .....................................................71, 92, 93
Index Tab .......................................................................38
L
Q
LaserPrinted ...................................................................17
Lighter ......................................................................17, 30
Lighter Areas ..................................................................30
Long Edge ......................................................................41
Lower ..............................................................................27
Quality Adj. ............................................... 8, 16, 18, 20, 22
Quality Preset .................................................... 18, 19, 20
J
M
Manual Sky Shot ......................................................92, 93
Manual Skyshot Mode ..............................................34, 89
Margin ..................................54, 59, 70, 71, 78, 81, 92, 93
Margin Reduction ...........................................................59
Medium ...........................................................................30
Medium Areas ................................................................30
Memory ........................................................34, 48, 81, 89
Monochrome ....................................................................8
More Blue .......................................................................26
More Menus 40, 50, 52, 54, 56, 58, 59, 61, 70, 71, 72, 74,
76, ......................................................................78, 81, 83
More Red ........................................................................26
More Settings .................................................................22
Multi-Size Feed ............................................40, 45, 92, 93
N
N in 1 ............................................................40, 88, 92, 93
Network Scanner Settings ..............................................38
Non Sort .......................................................33, 89, 92, 93
O
Optional Finisher ......................................................33, 50
Optional Punch Unit .......................................................50
Orientation ......................................................................45
Original Type ....................................12, 16, 18, 22, 24, 25
Original Type setting ......................................................10
Original->Copy ...............................................................40
Output Queue ...........................................................36, 37
Overlaid ..........................................................................78
Overlay ...............58, 59, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 92, 93
P
Page Insert .....................................................................76
Page Insertion ........................................74, 78, 81, 92, 93
Page Number .................................................................62
Page Order .....................................................................42
Panasonic Document Management System ..................38
Paper/Output Tray ..........................................................53
PCL Printer Driver ..........................................................38
R
Ready Status ................................................................. 37
Recall ............................................................................. 20
Reddish Colour .............................................................. 26
Registered Colour .................................................... 14, 15
Registered Colours ........................................................ 12
Remaining Colours ........................................................ 30
Remaining Copies .......................................................... 32
Reset All ......................................................................... 33
Rotate-Group ..................................................... 45, 92, 93
Rotate-Sort ................................................... 45, 89, 92, 93
Appendix
Job Build & SADF .....................................................92, 93
Job Build and SADF ...........................................40, 47, 48
Job Registration Screen .................................................33
Photo .............................................................................. 16
Photo Paper ................................................................... 17
Platen ................................................................. 54, 70, 71
Platen Glass ........................................... 38, 40, 79, 88, 89
Preset Jobs .................................................. 33, 34, 35, 89
Printing Media ................................................................ 76
Proof Copy ......................................................... 32, 92, 93
Proof Set ........................................................................ 32
Punch ............................................................................. 50
Punch *1 .................................................................. 92, 93
Punch Mode ................................................................... 50
Punch Unit ..................................................................... 51
Punching ........................................................................ 51
Chapter 4
Inserting ..........................................................................74
Insertion ..........................................................................78
Insertion / Overlay ............................72, 74, 76, 78, 81, 83
Install ..................33, 38, 43, 50, 51, 78, 81, 82, 83, 90, 93
Interrupt ..............................................................91, 92, 93
IP Address ......................................................................38
Issue Number .................................................................64
S
Saddle Stitch .................................................................. 92
Saddle Stitch Binding ..................................................... 43
Saddle Tray .................................................................... 44
Saddle-Stitch .................................................................. 50
SADF ............................................................................. 47
SADF Mode ................................................................... 47
Saturation ........................................................... 18, 22, 29
Save ................................................................... 18, 34, 84
Select All ........................................................................ 37
Sharpening ..................................................................... 28
Sharpness .......................................................... 18, 22, 28
Sheet Bypass ........................................................... 74, 76
Shift-Group ............................................................... 50, 92
Shift-Group *1 .......................................................... 92, 93
Shift-Sort .................................................................. 50, 89
Shift-Sort *1 .............................................................. 92, 93
Shift-Sort Mode .............................................................. 33
Short Edge ..................................................................... 41
Size Of Paper ................................................................. 55
Skyshot Mode ................................................................ 88
Softening ........................................................................ 28
Sort .................................................. 33, 50, 62, 89, 92, 93
Sort / Finish .............................................................. 48, 50
Sort Mode ...................................................................... 33
Special Paper ................................................................. 40
Specific Copy Job .......................................................... 35
Specified Colour ....................................................... 10, 12
Specified Colours ..................................................... 83, 84
Stamping .................................... 43, 61, 64, 66, 68, 92, 93
Stamping Position .......................................................... 62
Staple Mode ................................................................... 50
Staple-Sort ............................................................... 50, 89
95
Chapter 4
Staple-Sort *1 .......................................................... 92, 93
Stapling .......................................................................... 51
Starting Number ............................................................. 65
Starting Page Number ................................................... 63
Starting Page Of The Numbering .................................. 63
T
Appendix
Text ................................................................................ 16
Text Stamp .................................................................... 68
The Background Colour ................................................. 24
The Colour Level ........................................................... 14
The Default Values ........................................................ 23
The Original Colour Name ............................................. 15
The Registered Colour Name Button ............................. 14
The Registered Computers ............................................ 38
Tint ............................................................... 18, 22, 25, 26
Tone ......................................................................... 26, 30
Transparency Film ......................................................... 76
Transparency Interleaving ................................. 76, 92, 93
X
X .................................................................................... 57
XY .................................................................................. 57
Y
Y .................................................................................... 57
Z
Zoom ................................................ 52, 56, 58, 81, 92, 93
Zoom / Effects ...................... 52, 54, 56, 58, 59, 61, 70, 71
Zoom Ratio .................................................................... 53
Zoom/Type Ratio ........................................................... 55
96
Memo
Chapter 4
Appendix
97
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