Panasonic DPC306, DPC266, DPC406 Operating instructions

Panasonic DPC306, DPC266, DPC406 Operating instructions
Operating Instructions
(For Copier)
Digital Colour Imaging Systems
Model No.
DP-C406 / C306 / C266
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 authorised Panasonic dealer.
Quick Reference Guide
Describes the basic procedures for each function, and
introduces various settings for Copy function.
Accessories
Operating Instructions (For Basic)
Describes the overview of this machine.
For a detailed explanation of functions, please refer to
the Operating Instruction manuals included on two CDROMs as illustrated below.
Operating Instructions CD
Contains manuals with detailed information for
Administrator Setup, User Setup, Copy, Facsimile/
Internet Fax, Scan/Email, Print functions, Function
Parameters, User Authentication, and Maintenance.
Document Management System CD
Contains the Panasonic Document Management
System Application software, and manuals for the
Panasonic Document Management System Application
software.
Operating Instructions CD
Setup Guide For Administrator
Print Function
Describes how to set up the machine.
Describes how to print using the Control
Panel of the machine.
Setup Guide For User
Describes how to install the printer driver
and application software to client PC.
Function Parameters
Copy Function
Describes how to change the default
settings of each function using the Control
Panel of the machine.
Describes how to make a Colour Copy
with creative features.
User Authentication
Facsimile and Internet Fax
Function
(The Facsimile function is available when
the optional G3 Fax Communication
Board is installed.)
Describes how to send/receive a
Facsimile/Internet Fax, and describes the
course of action to take when a trouble
message appears, etc.
Describes how to enable and use the
User Authentication function.
Maintenance Guide
Describes how to maintain the machine,
and the course of action to take when a
problem message appears.
Document Management System CD
Application Software
Scan and Email Function
Describes how to scan and how to send
Email through the machine.
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Describes how to use the application
software.
Ex: Printer Driver, Fax Driver, Quick
Image Navigator, Device Monitor/
Device Explorer, Network
Configuration and Address Book
Editor
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, and soft buttons on the Touch
Panel Display 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
Placing Originals..................................................................................................................
How to Place Originals....................................................................................................
Basic Operation Procedure .................................................................................................
Copying with Preset Ratios (Reduction/Enlargement) ........................................................
Selecting the Colour Mode ..................................................................................................
Black Mode ......................................................................................................... “Black”
Full Colour Mode........................................................................................ “Full Colour”
2 Colour Mode................................................................................................ “2 Colour”
1 Colour Mode................................................................................................ “1 Colour”
New Colour Registration ..........................................................................“Add Custom”
Selecting Original Type and Adjusting the Density........................................ “Quality Adj.”
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Registering Quality Preset.........................................................................................“Save”
Using Quality Preset............................................................................................... “Recall”
Quality Adjusting........................................................................................ “More Settings”
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 1-Sided Originals onto 2-Sided Sheets ..................................................“1 -> 2”
Copying 2-Sided Original(s) onto Two Separate Sheets .....................................“2 -> 1”
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Copying 2-Sided Original onto 2-Sided Sheet......................................................“2 -> 2” 46
Copying Facing Page Original onto Two Separate Sheets ............................... “2 Page” 47
Copying Facing Page Original onto a 2-Sided Sheet ....................................“Book -> 2” 48
Copying Multiple Pages onto a Single Sheet (N in 1 Copy) ................................ “N in 1” 50
Copying Originals with Saddle-Stitch Binding (Booklet) ...................................“Booklet” 53
Copying Mixed Size Originals from the ADF .......................................“Multi-Size Feed” 56
Copying Special Originals (Thin Paper, etc.) from the ADF ....... “Job Build and SADF” 59
Sort Mode ..................................................................................................... “Sort / Finish” 61
Zoom Mode............................................................................................... “Zoom / Effects” 64
Variable Ratios .................................................................................................... “Zoom” 64
Auto Zoom .................................................................................................. “Auto Zoom” 66
Effect Modes............................................................................................. “Zoom / Effects” 68
Setting a Blank Edge ............................................................................................ “Edge” 68
Eliminating Dark Inner Binding Shadows ............................................................. “Book” 70
Shifting Image to Right, Left, Up, or Down ........................................................ “Margin” 71
Copying Mirror Image ......................................................................................... “Mirror” 73
Copying with Stamping..................................................................................“Stamping” 74
Centering ...................................................................................................... “Centering” 83
Image Repeat ........................................................................................ “Image Repeat” 85
Copying Inverse Image..................................................................................... “Inverse” 87
Insertion Modes ................................................................................... “Insertion/Overlay” 88
Adding a Cover Page to Copies ..........................................................................“Cover” 88
Inserting Blank/Copied Pages Between Copies ................................... “Page Insertion” 90
Inserting Blank Pages Between Transparency Films ....... “Transparency Interleaving” 92
Overlay Modes..................................................................................... “Insertion/Overlay” 94
Overlaying an Image onto the Copies ..............................................................“Overlay” 94
Overlay Copying with Registered Image ................................................“From Overlay” 97
File Edit.............................................................................................................“Fill Edit” 99
Double Exposure ............................................................................. “Double Exposure” 102
Chapter 3
Other Features
Making Copies with the ADF Opened.................................................................................. 104
Digital Skyshot Mode....................................................................................................... 104
Manual Skyshot Mode ..................................................................................................... 105
Reserving the Next Copy Job while the Current Copy Job is Progressing.“Reverse a Job” 106
Interrupting the Current Copy Jobs to Make an Urgent Copy.............................................. 107
Chapter 4
Appendix
Combined Copy Functions .................................................................................................. 108
Index .................................................................................................................................... 111
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Placing Originals
1Basic Menu Features
Chapter 1 Basic Menu Features
How to Place Originals
„ On the ADF
Face up. Up to 100 sheets
(80 g/m2 / A4)
Originals can be set up to the
Upper Limit Indicator.
Original Guides
Adjust the Original
Guides to the original’s
width.
Upper Guide
Upper Limit Indicator
Acceptable Paper Type
Original Size:
A3, B4, A4, A4-R, A5, A5-R, FLS1, FLS2
Paper Weight:
1 sided : 50-105 g/m2
2 sided : 64-105 g/m2
Notice for ADF
Do not use the following type / flawed originals.
• Drawing papers, Transparencies, Labeling paper, Heavy weight papers, Thin Art papers, Film,
Thermal papers.
• Papers which are curled, ripped, creased, folded, punched, glued, stapled, or self-adhesive.
• Pressure sensitive or carbon backed papers.
• Paper which is still wet with colour ink or white-out.
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„ On the Platen Glass
Face down.
Align the centre of the book with the
“A4” indication.
Ex: Sheet Original
Face down.
Align with top left corner.
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Ex: Book Original (“Book -> 2” mode)
When copying A4 sized book
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Notice for Platen Glass
Ex: A5
A5
A4
• If the original is not positioned properly, a portion of the
original may not be copied.
• For originals smaller than A5 size, position the original
within the A5 area and select A5.
Original Orientation
For Portrait Orientation
Original Guides
A5
A5R
For Book -> 2 Copy
For Landscape Orientation
Original Guides
Ex: When copying A5 sized book, align the centre of the
book with the “A5” indication.
A3
B4
A4R
A5R
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Align the original to the top left corner mark ( ).
Copying a thick booklet
• If there are less than 5 mm of white margin on originals, the edge of the copied paper may get blurred
in white. 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) of provided CD-ROM.
• After copying a thick booklet, open the ADF and verify that the ADF Hinge was returned to original
position in order to prevent the rear of the ADF from being raised.
! CAUTION
• When copying with the ADF open, do not look directly at the exposure lamp.
Direct eye exposure can cause eye fatigue or eye injury.
• When copying a thick original, do not use excessive force to press it against the Platen Glass.
The Glass may break and cause injuries.
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Basic Operation Procedure
1
Place original(s).
3
Select the required settings if
necessary.
Face up.
Up to 100 sheets (80 g/m2 / A4)
z The original size is detected and a
corresponding Copy Size is automatically
selected.
Face down. Align with the top left corner.
Close ADF.
z Refer to Placing Originals (See page 6).
2
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
z When the desired size of paper is not set in
the Paper Trays, use the Sheet Bypass. For
using the Sheet Bypass, refer to Adding
Paper <Printing Media> in the Operating
Instructions (For Maintenance) of provided
CD-ROM.
Chapter 1 Basic Menu Features
The machine automatically detects original(s) and decides on the Copy Size and Colour mode to use.
If the detection fails, manually set the settings.
z The original’s colour is detected and the
corresponding colour mode is selected
automatically.
z If the orientation of original does not match
the orientation of copy paper, the image of
original is rotated automatically and copied.
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 the Basic Menu screen,
refer to Basic Menu Feature (See pages 6
to 42).
z When setting other features, refer to More
Menus Features (See pages 43 to 101).
Ex: 2-Sided Copy, Sort / Finish, Zoom /
Effects, etc.
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Enter the desired number of copies.
(Up to 999)
z Depending on the More Menus settings, the
following screen may appear.
z When inputting a number (4 to 8 digits) with
the optional Fax Communication Board
installed, the machine automatically
interprets it as a telephone number,
switches to the Fax mode, and displays the
Number Pad screen.
z The number of digits interpreted as a fax
number can be set from 4 to 8 digits in the
Function Parameter “118 Fax Function
Detect” (Fax/Email Settings > Fax
Parameters). For more details, refer to Fax/
Email Settings in the Operating Instructions
(For Function Parameters) of provided CDROM.
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Press the Start key.
z To stop the job while making copies, select
“Stop” on the above screen. To cancel the
job, select “Yes”.
z While and after making copies, the fan
motor may spin to cool down the machine.
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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.
You can easily enlarge or reduce the copy size by selecting the preset size with the Copy Size buttons.
Ex: Enlargement
A4R
Ex: Reduction
A3
A3
A4R
z To change the assigned paper size of Copy Size buttons, select “Paper/Output Tray” and modify the settings.
For setting the paper size and media type for Paper Trays, refer to General Settings (Key Operator Mode) in
the Operating Instructions (For Function Parameters) of provided CD-ROM.
1
Place original(s) in Landscape
Orientation.
(%)
z Refer to Placing Originals (See page 6).
2
3
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select a Copy Size.
Ex: Enlargement
Copy Size (Landscape)
A3
B4
A4
A5
A3
100
87
71
50
B4
115
100
82
58
A4
141
122
100
71
A5
200
173
141
100
z Paper Tray will be selected according to the
copy size.
Original Size: A4R
Copy Size: A3
z When the desired size of paper is not set in
the Paper Trays, use the Sheet Bypass. For
using the Sheet Bypass, refer to Adding
Paper <Printing Media> in the Operating
Instructions (For Maintenance) of provided
CD-ROM.
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The exact ratio (%) is automatically selected.
Original Size
(Landscape)
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Copying with Preset Ratios (Reduction/
Enlargement)
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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Selecting the Colour Mode
Chapter 1 Basic Menu Features
You can copy in the Colour mode selected by the machine, or select the Colour mode manually.
Full Colour
Monochrome
2 Colour
1 Colour
Full Colour
Monochrome
Monochrome
1 Colour
Ex: Full colour
z The default Colour mode settings can be changed. Refer to Copier Settings (Key Operator Mode) in the
Operating Instructions (For Function Parameters) of provided CD-ROM.
z The 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).
z Refer to Placing Originals (See page 6).
2
3
4
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.”.
1
2
z Auto:
The colour original is copied in Full Colour
and the monochrome original is copied in
black and white by automatically detecting
the original’s colour.
z Black (Monochrome) (See page 14)
z Full Colour (See page 14)
z 2 Colour (See page 15)
z 1 Colour (See page 17)
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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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Chapter 1 Basic Menu Features
Black Mode
Full Colour Mode
Colour and monochrome originals can be
copied in black and white.
Colour original can be copied in Full Colour.
Full Colour
Full Colour
Black & White
Black & White
Black & White
1
Select “Full Colour”, and then select
“OK”.
Select “Black”, and then select “OK”.
1
2
z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 3 of
Selecting the Colour Mode (see page 12).
1
2
z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 3 of
Selecting the Colour Mode (see page 12).
z For the following procedure, refer to steps 5
to 6 of Selecting the Colour Mode (see
page 12).
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1
Full Colour
z For the following procedure, refer to steps 5
to 6 of Selecting the Colour Mode (see
page 12).
2 Colour Mode
The specified colour can be selected from the basic colours (red, green, blue, yellow, magenta, and
cyan) and the registered colours.
Ex: When copying a full colour original in cyan and black.
z When the 2 Colour mode is selected, the 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
Chapter 1 Basic Menu Features
Colour original can be copied in 2 colours, which can be achieved by using black and another specified
colour.
z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 3 of
Selecting the Colour Mode (see page 12).
2
Select “Change Colour”.
1
2
‰ When selecting a colour from the custom
colours
z The colour and the specified name are
displayed.
1
2
z When registering a custom colour, refer to
New Colour Registration (see page 19).
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Select “OK”.
Ex: “Green” is selected.
z For the following procedure, refer to steps 5
to 6 of Selecting the Colour Mode (see
page 12).
1 Colour Mode
The colour can be selected from the basic colours (red, green, blue, yellow, magenta, and cyan) and
the registered colours.
Ex: Copying a full colour original in cyan.
Ex: Copying a monochrome original in cyan.
z When the 1 Colour mode is selected, the 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”.
Chapter 1 Basic Menu Features
Colour and monochrome originals can be copied in one specified colour.
‰ 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 12).
2
Select “Change Colour”.
1
2
z The colour and the specified name are
displayed.
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‰ When selecting a colour from the custom
colours
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1
2
z When registering a custom colour, refer to
New Colour Registration (see page 19).
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Select “OK”.
Ex: “Green” is selected.
z For the following procedure, refer to steps 5
to 6 of Selecting the Colour Mode (see
page 12).
New Colour Registration
3
Select “Add Custom”.
Adjust the colour level of Cyan,
Magenta, and Yellow colours.
z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 2 of
2 Colour Mode (see page 15).
2
1
2
Colour
Colour Ratio
Colour Sample Indicator
Select any button without a colour
name registered, and then select
“OK”.
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.
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1
Check the adjusted colour, and then
select “OK”.
2
‰ When changing the registered colour
Select the registered colour name button,
and then select “OK”.
1
1
2
2
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Enter the original colour name with the
Keyboard, and then select “OK”.
1
2
z Up to 20 characters.
z For instructions on how to enter characters,
refer to Using the Keyboard in the
Operating Instructions (For Function
Parameters) of provided CD-ROM.
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Confirm the registered colour, and
then select “OK”.
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20
2
Select the original type corresponding to your documents.
Text
Text/Photo
Photo
Other Types
Adjust the copy density according to your requirements.
Decreased density
Lighter
Darker
Increased density
Chapter 1 Basic Menu Features
Selecting Original Type and Adjusting the
Density
z The Original Type setting selection is not available when the 2 Colour or 1 Colour mode is selected.
z To change the “Original Type” default setting, refer to Copier Settings (Key Operator Mode) in the Operating
Instructions (For Function Parameters) of provided CD-ROM.
1
Place original(s).
3
Select “Quality Adj.”.
z Refer to Placing Originals (See page 6).
2
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
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4
Select the Original Type.
Chapter 1 Basic Menu Features
Text
Adjust the density using “Lighter” or
“Darker”, and then select “OK”.
Select when copying text
without any pictures.
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• “Printed”:
Original full of printed
characters
Original written with pencil to
make it darker
Text/Photo
Select when copying originals
containing text and pictures.
• “Photo Paper”
• “LaserPrinted”
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2
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.
• “Pencil”:
Enter the desired number of copies.
Press the Start key.
• “Commercial”
Ex: Brochure
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”:
Select when the original is
thin to prevent the image from
bleeding through on the copy.
• “NewsPaper”:
Select when the background
colour is not white (Ex:
Newspaper).
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z After finishing copying, press the Reset key to
return to the initial screen of the current active
mode.
Registering Quality Preset
The following quality adjustment settings can be registered:
• Auto, Black, Full Colour, 2 Colour, or 1 Colour
• Original Type
• Density
More Settings
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Background Removal
Bleed-Through Prevention
Tint
Contrast
Sharpness
Saturation
Colour Balance
z For details on how to use the Quality Preset, refer to Using Quality Preset (see page 25).
z The registered image quality setting is kept until it is overwritten by a new setting.
1
Place original(s).
4
Select the desired quality settings.
5
Select “Save”.
Chapter 1 Basic Menu Features
Save your favourite quality adjustment setting by registering up to 5 Quality Presets.
z Refer to Placing Originals (See page 6).
2
3
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “Quality Adj.”.
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Select a Quality Preset button, and
then select “OK”.
Select “OK”.
‰ When registering a new Quality Preset
Select an empty Quality Preset button
‰ When updating a registered Quality
Preset
Select the registered Quality Preset button.
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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Enter the Quality Preset name, and
then select “OK”.
1
2
z Registration will not be permitted without
assigning a name.
z Up to 20 characters.
z For instructions on how to enter characters,
refer to Using the Keyboard in the
Operating Instructions (For Function
Parameters) of provided CD-ROM.
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Using Quality Preset
z For details on how to register image quality adjustment settings into Quality Preset, refer to Registering
Quality Preset (see page 23).
1
Place original(s).
5
z Refer to Placing Originals (See page 6).
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.”.
1
2
The selected Quality Preset settings are
reflected.
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Chapter 1 Basic Menu Features
You can recall the registered quality adjustment settings by the following procedures.
Select “OK”.
Select “Recall”.
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8
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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Quality Adjusting
Chapter 1 Basic Menu Features
Image quality items can be easily set by selecting from 4 image quality types (Vivid, Bright, Warmer,
and Cooler).
Additionally, in the Custom Setting selection, the following 7 image quality adjustments can be set.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Background Removal
Bleed-Through Prevention
Tint
Contrast
Sharpness
Saturation
Colour Balance
z The default settings of Background Removal, BleedThrough Prevention, Tint, Contrast, Sharpness, Saturation,
and Colour Balance can be changed. Refer to Copier Settings (Key Operator Mode) in the Operating
Instructions (For Function Parameters) of 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” is selected in “More Settings”.
z If you select the Original Type after selecting the custom settings, the custom settings return to the standard
settings.
1
Place original(s).
z Refer to Placing Originals (See page 6).
2
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Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
3
Select “Quality Adj.”.
4
6
Select an Image Quality type, and
then select “OK”.
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8
Select “OK”.
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.
1
2
Custom Setting (See pages 28 to 34)
Default
Copies with the default image
quality set by the function
parameters.
Vivid
Copies with vivid image quality.
Bright
Copies with bright image quality.
Warmer
Copies with reddish colour
accentuated.
Cooler
Copies with bluish colour
accentuated.
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Select “More Settings”.
z If “TracingPaper” is selected in “Original
Type”, the Bleed-Through Prevention is set
to 3 regardless of the selected image quality
type.
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) of
provided CD-ROM.
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Background Removal
Chapter 1 Basic Menu Features
The original can be copied with the background colour removed. This function is useful when copying
newspapers or an original with background colour.
z The settings of Background Removal become invalid if “Photo” is selected in “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 26).
2
Select “Background Removal”.
1
Background
Removal
4
2
There are 6 levels. The higher
the value, the more Background
Colour removed.
Select “OK”.
z If “TracingPaper” is selected in “Original
Type”, Background Removal is set to 3.
z For the following procedure, refer to steps 6
to 8 of Quality Adjusting (see page 26).
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Bleed-Through Prevention
z The setting of Bleed-Through Prevention becomes invalid if “Photo” is selected in “Original Type”.
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 set the Background Removal to “Off”,
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 the
prevention effect.
Select “OK”.
Chapter 1 Basic Menu Features
Thin sheets of original can be copied without bleeding through.
z To display this screen, refer to step 1 of
Background Removal (see page 28).
z If “TracingPaper” 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”.
1
z For the following procedure, refer to steps 6
to 8 of Quality Adjusting (see page 26).
2
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Tint
Chapter 1 Basic Menu Features
The original can be copied with reddish or bluish colour accentuated.
Reddish colour accentuated
Bluish colour accentuated
1
Select “Tint”.
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 The screen will return to step 1.
Select “OK”, and then proceed to steps 6 to
8 of Quality Adjusting (see page 26).
z To display this screen, refer to step 1 of
Background Removal (see page 28).
2
Adjust the colour tone with “More
Red” or “More Blue”, and then select
“OK”.
1
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2
Contrast
Higher
Lower
1
Select “Contrast”.
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.)
Chapter 1 Basic Menu Features
The original can be copied with the adjusted contrast.
z The screen will return to step 1.
z To display this screen, refer to step 1 of
Background Removal (see page 28).
2
Select “OK”, and then proceed to steps 6 to
8 of Quality Adjusting (see page 26).
Adjust the contrast with “Lower” or
“Higher”, and then select “OK”.
1
2
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Sharpness
Chapter 1 Basic Menu Features
The original can be copied by softening or sharpening the outline of the image.
Lower
Higher
1
Select “Sharpness”.
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 The screen will return to step 1.
Select “OK”, and then proceed to steps 6 to
8 of Quality Adjusting (see page 26).
z To display this screen, refer to step 1 of
Background Removal (see page 28).
2
Adjust the sharpness with “Lower” or
“Higher”, and then select “OK”.
1
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2
Saturation
Lower
1
Select “Saturation”.
Higher
2
Adjust the saturation with “Lower” or
“Higher”, and then select “OK”.
z To display this screen, refer to step 1 of
Background Removal (see page 28).
1
2
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.
Chapter 1 Basic Menu Features
The original can be copied with the adjusted saturation.
z The screen will return to step 1.
Select “OK”, and then proceed to steps 6 to
8 of Quality Adjusting (see page 26).
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Colour Balance
Chapter 1 Basic Menu Features
The original can be copied with the 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”.
3
z To display this screen, refer to step 1 of
Background Removal (see page 28).
2
Select “Cyan”, and then adjust Darker
Areas, Medium Areas, and Lighter
Areas with “-” and “+”.
Select remaining colours, and then
adjust the Colour Balance as shown in
step 2.
1
4
2
Select “OK”.
z The screen will return to step 1.
1
2
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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Darker Areas
Darkest area
Medium Areas
Area between the darkest and
lightest areas
Lighter Areas
Lightest area
Select “OK”, and then proceed to steps 6 to
8 of Quality Adjusting (see page 26).
Proof Copying
After confirming its quality, the remaining copies can be printed.
One copy as a proof copy
1
Place original(s).
The remaining copies are made after confirmation.
6
z Refer to Placing Originals (See page 6).
2
3
4
5
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select the copy features if necessary.
Enter the desired number of copies.
Select “Proof Set”.
Press the Start key.
The first copy is printed and the Confirmation
screen appears.
7
If the copy quality is satisfactory,
select “Yes”.
Chapter 1 Basic Menu Features
When making more than one copy, the first copy can be printed as a proof copy.
The remaining copies are printed.
‰ If the copy quality is not satisfactory.
1 Select “No” to return to the Basic Menu
screen.
2 Place the original again.
3 Adjust the quality settings.
4 Press the Start key.
A proof copy is printed and the
Confirmation screen appears. Confirm if
the copy quality is acceptable.
5 Select “Yes”.
The remaining copies are printed.
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Chapter 1 Basic Menu Features
Confirming/Editing the Selected Copy
Features
Before copying, the settings of “More Menus” can be checked, changed, and deleted.
1
Select “Confirm Settings”.
Select “Non Sort”.
Select “Shift-Sort”, and then select “OK”.
2
Check the settings, and then select
“Close”.
1
Select “Close”.
z If “Confirm Settings” is selected, the setting
screen is displayed and the settings (except
1 -> 1) can be changed.
z If “Reset All” is selected, all the settings are
cancelled.
z If “Preset Jobs” is selected, the job
registration screen is displayed to register
jobs. Refer to Storing a Job in Memory
(see page 37).
Ex: Changing the Non Sort mode to the
Shift-Sort mode when optional Finisher
and Punch Unit are installed.
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2
Storing a Job in Memory
z Refer to Recalling a Preset Job Stored in Memory (see page 39).
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 the Manual Skyshot mode is selected. Refer to Copier Settings in the
Operating Instructions (For Function Parameters) of provided CD-ROM.
1
Place original(s).
z Refer to Placing Originals (See page 6).
2
3
6
Select “Save”, and then select a job
button without a job registered.
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select the copy features (See pages
11 to 36 and 43 to 105).
1
Chapter 1 Basic Menu Features
A copy job can be registered as a preset job. It is useful to register the frequently used settings as
Preset Jobs.
2
z The job button, in which a job has been
registered, has a job name.
4
5
Enter the desired number of copies.
Select “Preset Jobs”.
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7
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Enter a job name, and then select
“OK”.
1
2
z Up to 20 characters.
z For instructions on how to enter characters,
refer to Using the Keyboard in the
Operating Instructions (For Function
Parameters) of 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.
Recalling a Preset Job Stored in Memory
z Refer to Storing a Job in Memory (see page 37).
1
Place original(s).
5
z Refer to Placing Originals (See page 6).
2
3
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
To confirm the job settings, select
“Confirm Settings”, and then select
“Close”.
Select “Preset Jobs”.
z To change the setting, refer to Confirming/
Editing the Selected Copy Features (see
page 36).
4
Select a stored job.
6
Chapter 1 Basic Menu Features
The specific copy job will be done by recalling the registered preset jobs.
Press the Start key.
z Job buttons without names, indicate that
jobs are not registered.
z If the Confirmation screen “Ready for M 1
Memory Copy” is displayed, select “Close”.
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Checking the Waiting to Copy Job
Chapter 1 Basic Menu Features
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
Waiting to print jobs can be deleted.
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 “Copy” in the Output Queue
screen.
Select “Output Queue”.
z A list of Copy jobs currently being printed or
waiting to print is displayed.
The Output Queue screen is displayed, and a
list of all the jobs currently being printed or
waiting to print are displayed.
3
40
Select “Close”.
2
Select “Close”.
Deleting Copy Jobs
1
Select “Copy” in the Output Queue
screen.
Copy
Select when deleting a copy job.
Print
Select when deleting a print job.
• Refer to the Operating
Instructions (For Printer) of
provided CD-ROM.
z To display the Output Queue screen, refer to
Checking the Waiting to Copy Job (see
page 40).
2
Select a job, and then select “Delete”.
1
3
Select “Yes”.
The selected Copy job is deleted.
4
Select “Close”.
Chapter 1 Basic Menu Features
The jobs in the Ready status can be deleted.
2
z When deleting all 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 Basic Menu Features
If the 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 and Completion Notice
Function in the Operating Instructions (For User Setup) of provided CD-ROM.
1
Place original(s).
6
z Refer to Placing Originals (See page 6).
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”.
1
7
8
5
2
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.
Select an index tab or “Favourites” to
display the registered computers.
z A completion notice will be sent to the
specified computer when copying is
completed.
z After finishing copying, press the Reset key to
return to the initial screen of the current active
mode.
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2-Sided Copy Mode
2More Menus Features
z Special papers such as cardboard cannot be used for the 2-Sided copy.
Basic Operation for the 2-Sided Copy Mode
1
2
3
Place original(s).
1 -> 1
Clears the 2-Sided copy mode.
z Refer to Placing Originals (See page 6).
1 -> 2
(See page 45)
z For “2 -> 1”, “2 -> 2”, “Booklet”, “Multi-Size
Feed”, and “Job Build and SADF”, place
originals on the ADF.
2 -> 1
(See page 45)
2 Page
(See page 47)
2 -> 2
(See page 53)
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Book -> 2
(See page 56)
N in 1
(See page 59)
Select “More Menus”.
Booklet
(See page 53)
Multi-Size
Feed
(See page 56)
Job Build and
SADF
(See page 59)
z When “Multi-Size Feed” is selected, “2
Page”, “Book -> 2”, “N in 1” and “Booklet”
cannot be selected.
5
6
4
Select the desired 2-Sided mode.
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
z The standard setting of “2-Sided / Original->Copy” can be changed. Refer to Copier Settings in the
Operating Instructions (For Function Parameters) of provided CD-ROM.
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 1-Sided Originals onto 2-Sided Sheets
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
Two 1-sided originals can be copied onto one 2-sided sheet. The 1st original’s image is copied onto the
front side and the 2nd original’s image is copied onto the back side of the sheet.
1
Select “2-Sided / Original->Copy”,
and then select “1 -> 2”.
3
Select the bind position, and then
select “OK”.
1
1
2
z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 3 of
Basic Operation for the 2-Sided Copy
Mode (see page 43).
2
Select the Orientation of the original.
2
Long Edge:
Copies both sides of
original aligning to the
long edge of the original.
Short Edge:
Copies both sides of
original aligning to the
short edge of the
original.
z When setting “Edge” or “Margin” in the 2Sided copy mode, the printing position may
differ on each side of the paper. Refer to
Effect Modes (see page 68).
z For the following procedure, refer to steps 5
to 6 of Basic Operation for the 2-Sided
Copy Mode (See page 43).
Select for the original in
portrait orientation.
Select for the original in
landscape orientation.
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Copying 2-Sided Original(s) onto Two Separate Sheets
1
Select “2-Sided / Original->Copy”,
and then select “2 -> 1”.
2
Select the bind position, and then
select “OK”.
1
1
2
z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 3 of
Basic Operation for the 2-Sided Copy
Mode (See page 43).
2
• Long Edge
Copies both sides of original
aligning to the long edge of
the original.
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
2-sided original(s) can be copied as separated into two 1-sided pages.
• Short Edge
Copies both sides of original
aligning to the short edge of
the original.
z For the following procedure, refer to steps 5
to 6 of Basic Operation for the 2-Sided
Copy Mode (See page 43).
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Copying 2-Sided Original onto 2-Sided Sheet
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
2-sided original can be copied onto 2-sided sheet (same as the original).
1
Select “2-Sided / Original->Copy”,
and then select “2 -> 2”.
3
Select the bind position, and then
select “OK”.
1
1
2
z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 3 of
Basic Operation for the 2-Sided Copy
Mode (See page 43).
2
Select the Orientation of the original.
2
Long Edge -> Long Edge:
Copies both sides of original
aligning to the long edge of
the original.
Long Edge -> Short Edge:
Copies both sides of long
edge aligned original,
aligning to the short edge of
the original.
Short Edge -> Long Edge:
Copies both sides of short
edge aligned original,
aligning to the long edge of
the original.
Select for the original in
portrait orientation.
Select for the original in
landscape orientation.
Short Edge -> Short Edge:
Copies both sides of original
aligning to the short edge of
the original.
z When setting “Edge” or “Margin” in the 2Sided copy mode, the printing position may
differ on each side of the paper. Refer to
Effect Modes (See page 68).
z For the following procedure, refer to steps 5
to 6 of Basic Operation for the 2-Sided
Copy Mode (See page 43).
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Copying Facing Page Original onto Two Separate Sheets
1
Select “2-Sided / Original->Copy”,
and then select “2 Page”.
1
2
z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 3 of
Basic Operation for the 2-Sided Copy Mode
(See page 43).
z When “Multi-Size Feed” is selected, “2
Page” cannot be selected.
2
Select the Page Order of the original.
3
Select the copy layout, and then select
“OK”.
1
2
The first through last page are
copied.
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
Two facing pages or an A3 size original can be copied as separated into two 1-sided sheets.
The first page and beyond are
copied, but the last page is not
copied.
The first page is not copied, but the
rest including the last page is
copied.
The first and the last page are not
copied.
The left page of the facing pages is
copied first.
z For the following procedure, refer to steps 5
to 6 of Basic Operation for the 2-Sided
Copy Mode (See page 43).
The right page of the facing pages
is copied first.
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Copying Facing Page Original onto a 2-Sided Sheet
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
Facing pages or an A3 size original can be copied as separated into one 2-sided sheet.
1st Page 2nd Page
1
Select “2-Sided / Original->Copy”,
and then select “Book -> 2”.
3
Select the Orientation of the original.
Select for the original in landscape
orientation.
1
2
z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 3 of
Basic Operation for the 2-Sided Copy
Mode (See page 43).
z When “Multi-Size Feed” is selected, “Book
-> 2” cannot be selected.
2
Select the Book Format.
The first page of the original is copied
onto the front page of a sheet, and
the second page is copied onto the
back side of the same sheet.
A blank page is copied onto the front
page of a sheet, and the first page of
the original is copied onto the back
side of the same sheet.
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1st Page 2nd Page
Select for the original in portrait
orientation.
4
Select the Page Order of the original.
The right page of the facing pages is
copied first.
5
Select the Copy Format, and then
select “OK”.
1
2
The first through last page are
copied.
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
The left page of the facing pages is
copied first.
The first page and beyond are
copied, but the last page is not
copied.
The first page is not copied, but the
rest including the last page is copied.
The first and last page are not
copied.
z For the following procedure, refer to steps 5
to 6 of Basic Operation for the 2-Sided
Copy Mode (See page 43).
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Copying Multiple Pages onto a Single Sheet (N in 1 Copy)
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
Multiple pages (2, 4 or 8 sheets) can be copied onto a single sheet. The images of originals are
reduced to fit into the size of the copy paper.
<For Portrait orientation>
2 in 1 Copy
4 in 1 Copy
8 in 1 Copy
1
2
1
2
3
4
A
1
1
2
3
4
3
2
3
4
4
5
6
7
B
C
D
E
5
6
7
8
8
<For Landscape orientation>
2 in 1 Copy
4 in 1 Copy
8 in 1 Copy
1
1
1
2
3
Select “2-Sided / Original->Copy”,
and then select “N in 1”.
2
1
A
4
3
2
4
2
1
A
4
5
B
C
6
7
D
E
8
3
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Select the N in 1 mode.
2 in 1:
Copies 2 originals onto 1
sheet.
1
2
z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 3 of
Basic Operation for the 2-Sided Copy
Mode (See page 43).
z When “Multi-Size Feed” is selected, “N in
1” cannot be selected.
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4 in 1:
Copies 4 originals onto 1
sheet.
8 in 1:
Copies 8 originals onto 1
sheet.
3
Select the Orientation of the original.
‰ When 1 -> 2, 2 -> 1 or 2 -> 2 is selected
Ex: When 1 -> 2 is selected for “2 in 1”
Select for the original in portrait
orientation.
Select for the original in landscape
orientation.
4
Select the desired copy mode.
1
2
Long Edge:
Copies both sides of original
aligning to the long edge of
the original.
Short Edge:
Copies both sides of original
aligning to the short edge of
the original.
When 2 -> 2 is selected, select the bind
position for the copy, and then select “OK”.
1 -> 1:
1-Sided Original to 1-Sided Copy
Ex: When 2 -> 2 is selected for “2 in 1”
1 -> 2:
1-Sided Original to 2-Sided Copy
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
Select the bind position of the original, and
then select “OK”.
2 -> 1:
2-Sided Original to 1-Sided Copy
2 -> 2:
2-Sided Original to 2-Sided Copy
1
2
z When “2 in 1” or “8 in 1” is selected, the
orientation of original and copy will be
different.
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5
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
Select the Layout format, and then
select “OK”.
‰ When 2 in 1 is selected
1
2
‰ When 4 in 1 is selected
1
2
1
2
‰ When 8 in 1 is selected
z For the following procedure, refer to steps 5
to 6 of Basic Operation for the 2-Sided
Copy Mode (See page 43).
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Copying Originals with Saddle-Stitch Binding (Booklet)
z Saddle-Stitch binding is possible only when the optional 1Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher (DA-FS405W) is installed.
A3, B4, and A4R are the only applicable paper sizes (B4 size can be selected only when printing from
computer).
z The standard setting for the copy size is the reduced size, however, the setting can be changed to the original
size. Refer to Copier Settings in the Operating Instructions (For Function Parameters) of provided CD-ROM.
z When the fold position does not match with the centre position of the copies, set the binding margin. Refer to
General Settings (Key Operator Mode) in the Operating Instructions (For Function Parameters) of provided
CD-ROM.
z Stamping can be combined with the Booklet function. For copying with stamp, refer to Copying with Stamping
(See page 74).
1
Select “2-Sided / Original->Copy”,
and then select “Booklet”.
1
2
Select “1 Sided” or “2 Sided” for the
original.
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
z Originals should be placed on the ADF. (A5 or A4 size is only available, up to 60 originals)
2
z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 3 of
Basic Operation for the 2-Sided Copy
Mode (See page 43).
z When “Multi-Size Feed” is selected,
“Booklet” cannot be selected.
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Chapter 2 More Menus Features
‰ When “2 Sided” is selected
Select the bind position of the original,
and then select “OK”.
1
2
4
Select the cover page type if
necessary.
Select “Cover”.
Select the cover type.
Long Edge:
Copies both sides of
original aligning to the
long edge of the original.
Short Edge:
Copies both sides of
original aligning to the
short edge of the
original.
3
Select the bind position for the copy.
Blank
Not copied on the cover.
Copy
Copied on the cover.
z When “Blank” is selected for the cover type,
up to 56 originals can be placed on the ADF.
Select “Cover” to select a paper.
Select when binding the left
side or the top side of the
page.
Select when binding the right
side or the bottom side of the
page.
z When changing paper for copies other than
the cover, select “Copy”. If the paper of
desired size is available on the tray, the
display changes.
Select a paper size from the display.
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Select “OK” to exit the cover settings.
6
Select “OK”.
z For the following procedure, refer to steps 5
to 6 of Basic Operation for the 2-Sided
Copy Mode (See page 43).
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) of provided CD-ROM.
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
5
z The stapled copies are delivered to the
Saddle Tray of the 1Bin Saddle-Stitch
Finisher as shown below.
Staple Position
Saddle Tray
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Copying Mixed Size Originals from the ADF
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
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 and copied in the same size or the specified size.
Ex: Specified Size
Ex: Original Size (Standard Setting)
A4 and A3
A4 and A3
A4
z When copying in the 2-Sided mode
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 in the 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 (A4 only), the copies can be rotated and printed as a booklet or 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 the Orientation of the original.
1
2
z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 3 of
Basic Operation for the 2-Sided Copy
Mode (See page 43).
ABC
When the smaller original is vertically
long, and the larger original is
horizontally long
Ex:
ABC
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ABC
When all originals are vertically long
Ex:
ABC
Select the bind position of the original, and
then select “OK”.
ABC
ABC
Ex: When 1 -> 2 is selected
ABC
When all originals are horizontally
long
Ex:
3
ABC
Select the desired copy mode, and
then select “OK”.
1
2
Long Edge:
Copies both sides of the
smaller original aligning to
the long edge of the original.
Short Edge:
Copies both sides of the
smaller original aligning to
the short edge of the original.
1
2
1 -> 1:
1-Sided Original to 1-Sided Copy
1 -> 2:
1-Sided Original to 2-Sided Copy
2 -> 1:
2-Sided Original to 1-Sided Copy
2 -> 2:
2-Sided Original to 2-Sided Copy
Long Edge:
Copies both sides of the
larger original aligning to the
long edge of the original.
Short Edge:
Copies both sides of the
larger original aligning to the
short edge of the original.
When 2 -> 2 is selected , select “Change” and
select the bind position for the copy, and then
select “OK”.
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
When the smaller original is
horizontally long, and the larger
original is vertically long
Ex:
‰ When 1 -> 2, 2 -> 1 or 2 -> 2 is selected
Select the Orientation of the original.
2
1
The smaller original is aligned to the
long edge.
The smaller original is aligned to the
short edge.
The larger original is aligned to the
long edge.
The larger original is aligned to the
short edge.
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4
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
When copying the same paper size,
select “Basic Menu”, and then select
a desired copy size with the Copy Size
buttons.
1
2
z For the following procedure, refer to steps 5
to 6 of Basic Operation for the 2-Sided
Copy Mode (See page 43).
Ex: Combination of A4 (Portrait layout) and
A3 (Landscape layout) size original Copy
images (1 -> 2 copy mode) Bind position is
Short Edge.
A4
A3
(Portrait)
(Landscape)
Copy size is
set to A4.
Copy size is
not set.
Face
Face
A4
A4
(Portrait)
Blank
Back
(Portrait)
Back
A4 *1
(Landscape)
A3
(Landscape)
*1 A3 size will be
reduced to A4 size.
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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
(thin paper, etc.) can be fed from the ADF and copied continuously using the SADF mode.
1
2
3
4
Place one original (minimum 50 g/m2)
on the ADF.
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”.
1
5
6
7
8
Enter the desired number of copies.
Press the Start key.
Place the next original within 5
seconds of last ejected original(s).
After the last page is scanned, select
“No” in the Confirmation screen.
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
„ SADF
2
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„ Job Build
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
This is useful for copying multiple sets of originals that exceed the maximum capacity of the ADF of
100 sheets (80 g/m2 / A4). (See the example below.)
Ex: To make 5 sets of sorted copies of 115-sheet of originals.
1. Place the first 100 sheets of originals on the ADF.
2. Select “2-Sided / Original->Copy”, and then select “Job Build and SADF”.
3. Select “Sort / Finish”, and then select the desired Sorting/Finishing end result.
4. Enter 5 for the number of copies.
5. Press the Start key.
6. After scanning the first 100 sheets, you can place the remaining 15 sheets of originals on the ADF
within 5 seconds to continue copying without interrupting the cycle.
If you do nothing, the machine will display the message “Another Original?”.
7. Place the remaining 15 sheets of originals on the ADF, and then select “Yes”.
8. After scanning the remaining 15 sheets, the message “Another Original?” will be displayed. Select
“No” to start the printing process.
1
100
Originals:100 sheets <1st scan>
1
115
101
The 1st and 2nd scanned data are
combined into one job.
115
Originals: Remaining 15 sheets <2nd scan>
5 sets of 115-sheet sorted copies are printed.
z Originals should be placed on the ADF.
z Up to 999 sheets of originals can be scanned in one job.
The maximum capacity of the scanned data can be reached less than 999 sheets of 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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Sort Mode
Sort
Rotate-Sort
Rotate-Group
1
1
3
1
2
1
4
1
The following Finishing modes are available when the optional Finisher and Punch Unit are installed.
Shift-Sort
Shift-Group
Staple-Sort
Saddle-Stitch
Punch
z Only A4/A4R size is applicable for “Rotate-Sort” and “Rotate-Group”. When “Rotate-Sort” or “Rotate-Group”
is selected with Letter and Letter-R size paper loaded in the paper tray, sets of copies are stacked in alternate
direction (rotation of 90 degrees).
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
The original can be copied, printed, and sorted in a specified number of sets.
z For using saddle-stitch binding, refer to Copying Originals with Saddle-Stitch Binding (Booklet) (see page
53).
z The number of pages that can be stapled is as follows.
For 1Bin Finisher
A4: 30 sheets, B4 / A3: 20 sheets
For 1Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher
A4: 2 to 50 sheets, B4 / A3: 2 to 25 sheets
Saddle-Stitch
A4R, B4, A3: 10 sets (6-10 sheets/11-15 sheets*) / 20 sets (2-5 sheets)
* 64 g/m2
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1
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
2
3
Place original(s).
z When “Staple-Sort” or “Punch” is selected,
refer to the following.
z Refer to Placing Originals (See page 6).
Select the Orientation of the original, and then
select the Staple position.
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “More Menus”.
1
2
Select for the original in portrait
orientation.
4
Select “Sort / Finish”, and then select
a sort mode.
Select for the original in landscape
orientation.
2 positions on the left side
‰ When optional Finisher is not installed
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
2
1
‰ When the optional 1Bin Saddle-Stitch
Finisher is installed
1
2
z “Punch” function is only available when the
optional Punch Unit is installed to the 1Bin
Saddle-Stitch Finisher.
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Select the Punch position.
‰ When the optional 1Bin Finisher is
installed.
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.
1
2
z When “Staple-Sort” is selected, refer to the
following.
Select the Orientation of the original, and then
the Staple position.
1
2
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
5
6
1 position on the upper left
side
1 position on the upper right
side
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Zoom Mode
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
Variable Ratios
The original can be copied by setting the Enlargement/Reduction Ratio.
1
Select the item to enlarge/reduce.
z Refer to Placing Originals (See page 6).
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”.
2
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5
Place original(s).
1
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 original(s) on the ADF.
Ex.25%
ABC
Ex. 50%
ABC
100%
Place an original on the Platen Glass.
ABC
Ex.25%
ABC
Ex. 50%
ABC
6
100%
Enter the zoom ratio with
and
, or the Keypad, and then select
“OK”.
2
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
ABC
1
z The ratio can be set in 1% increments from
25% to 400%.
z When changing the paper size after setting
the zoom ratio, select “Basic Menu”, and
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.
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Auto Zoom
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
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 Glass.
z As the original is placed on the Platen Glass, 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 place original on the Platen Glass,
and then leave the ADF open.
3
Select “More Menus”.
Face down. Align with top left corner.
4
z Refer to Placing Originals (See page 6).
2
Select “Zoom / Effects”, and then
select “Auto Zoom”.
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
2
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1
5
1
2
Enlarged or reduced according
to the vertical or horizontal size
of the paper (the one with the
smaller magnification ratio is
selected).
Enlarged or reduced according
to both vertical/horizontal size of
the paper.
6
Select the desired size of paper, and
then select “OK”.
1
7
8
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
Select the desired zoom type ratio,
and then select “OK”.
2
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
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 (See page 6).
2
3
4
Select “Zoom / Effects”, and then
select “Edge”.
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “More Menus”.
2
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1
5
XY
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.
Enter the erasing width with
and
, or the Keypad, and then select
“OK”.
2
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
6
Select “XY” to set the same value for X
and Y, or “X” or “Y” to set a different
value for X and Y.
1
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. (The
instructions are displayed only when the
Sort mode other than “Non Sort” is
selected.)
z After finishing copying, press the Reset key to
return to the initial screen of the current active
mode.
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Eliminating Dark Inner Binding Shadows
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
When copying original such as the centre of folding position may be shaded, the shade can be easily
eliminated.
The shade is erased.
z When “Zoom” is selected, the erasing width varies depending on the zoom ratio.
z When “Overlay” or “FormOverlay” is selected, this function cannot be executed for the overlay original.
1
5
Place original(s).
3
and
, or the Keypad, and then select
“OK”.
z Refer to Placing Originals (See page 6).
2
Enter the erasing width with
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “More Menus”.
1
2
z The erasing width can be set in 1 mm
increments from 5 mm to 99 mm.
4
Select “Zoom / Effects”, and then
select “Book”.
6
7
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. (The
instructions are displayed only when the
Sort mode other than “Non Sort” is
selected.)
z After finishing copying, press the Reset key to
return to the initial screen of the current active
mode.
2
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1
Shifting Image to Right, Left, Up, or Down
Margin
Margin
Margin
Margin
z If a part of the copied image is missing, change the Margin Reduction setting to “Yes”. Refer to Copier
Settings in the Operating Instructions (For Function Parameters) of 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 the 2-Sided copy 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 (See page 6).
2
3
4
Select “Zoom / Effects”, and then
select “Margin”.
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
The margin can be added on any 4 sides of the image with the image shifted to the right, left, up, or
down accordingly.
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “More Menus”.
1
2
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5
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
Select the desired position of the
binding margin.
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
Enter the width of the binding margin
with
and
, or the Keypad,
and then select “OK”.
1
2
z The width of the binding margin 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 After finishing copying, press the Reset key to
return to the initial screen of the current active
mode.
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Copying Mirror Image
1
Place original(s).
z Refer to Placing Originals (See page 6).
2
3
4
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “More Menus”.
5
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.
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
The laterally reversed image of original can be copied.
Select “Zoom / Effects”, and then
select “Mirror”.
1
2
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Copying with Stamping
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
Page Number or Date, etc. can be stamped on each sheet.
z This function can be selected when the original is placed on the ADF.
z Only one kind of stamp can be selected from Page Number, Issue Number, Date, and Text/Number for each
scan job.
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” selected.
„ Basic Operation for Stamping
1
Place original(s) on the ADF.
z Refer to Placing Originals (See page 6).
2
3
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “More Menus”.
•
•
•
•
5
6
4
Select “Zoom / Effects”, and then
select “Stamping”.
2
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1
Page Number (see page 75)
Issue Number (see page 77)
Date (see page 79)
Text / Number (see page 81)
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.
„ Page Number
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) of provided CD-ROM.
z Make sure to select “Sort”.
1
Select “Page Number”.
3
The page number is printed on the
bottom at the centre.
z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 4 of
Basic Operation for Stamping (see page
74).
2
Select the Stamp Position.
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
The original can be copied with page numbers printed.
The page number is printed on the
bottom right side.
Select the Orientation of the original.
The page number is printed on the
upper right side.
4
To change the start page and start
number, select “Change”.
Select for the original in portrait
orientation.
Select for the original in landscape
orientation.
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5
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
If “Change” was selected in step 4,
select the Starting Page.
The page numbering starts from the
first page.
The page numbering starts from the
second page.
The page numbering starts from the
third page.
6
If “Change” was selected in step 4,
enter the Starting Number with
and
, or the Keypad, and then
select “OK”.
1
2
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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7
Select “OK”.
z For the following steps, refer to steps 5 to 6
in Basic Operation for Stamping (see
page 74).
„ Issue Number
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
74).
2
Select the Orientation of the original.
3
Select the Stamp Position.
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
The original can be copied with consecutive numbers from 001 to 999 printed.
The issue number is printed on the
bottom at the centre.
The issue number is printed on the
bottom right side.
The issue number is printed on the
upper right side.
Select for the original in portrait
orientation.
Select for the original in landscape
orientation.
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4
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
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Enter the Starting Number with
and
, or the Keypad, and then
select “OK”.
2
1
Each time it is selected, the number
increments by 1.
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 74).
„ Date
01/01/2009
01/01/2009
1
Select “Date”.
3
z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 4 of
Basic Operation for Stamping (see page
74).
2
Select the Stamp Position.
The date is printed on the bottom at
the centre.
The date is printed on the bottom
right side.
Select the Orientation of the original.
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
The original can be copied with a date printed. The date is printed in the DD/MM/YYYY format.
The date is printed on the upper
right side.
4
To change the date, follow the steps
below.
Select “Change”.
Select for the original in portrait
orientation.
Select for the original in landscape
orientation.
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The cursor is displayed.
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
80
Move the cursor to the desired position using
and
.
Change the date with the Keypad.
5
Select “OK”.
z For the following steps, refer to steps 5 to 6
in the Basic Operation for Stamping (see
page 74).
„ Text / Number
Ex: When copying text and page numbers
z Page numbers are printed in -n- (number) format.
z Page and issue numbers can be entered from 001 to 999. After 999, the number returns to 001.
z Up to 32 characters, including A to Z, a to z, 0 to 9, symbols, @, . (Period), _ and space can be entered for text
stamp.
z The font size is 2.1 mm x 3.1 mm.
1
Select “Text / Number”.
Select for the original in portrait
orientation.
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
The original can be copied with text and page/issue numbers printed.
Select for the original in landscape
orientation.
3
Select the Stamp Position.
z To display this screen, refer to steps 1 to 4 of
Basic Operation for Stamping (see page
74).
2
Select the Orientation of the original.
The text and page/issue number are
printed on the bottom at the centre.
The text and page/issue number are
printed on the bottom right side.
The text and page/issue number are
printed on the upper right side.
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Chapter 2 More Menus Features
4
Select “Change”.
5
Enter text, and then select “OK”.
1
8
2
z Up to 32 characters.
z For instructions on how to enter characters,
refer to Using the Keyboard in the
Operating Instructions (For Function
Parameters) of provided CD-ROM.
6
7
Select “Page” or “Issue”.
Enter the Starting Number, and then
select “OK”.
2
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1
Select “OK”.
z For the following steps, refer to steps 5 to 6
in Basic Operation for Stamping (see
page 74).
Centering
z This function can be selected when the original is placed on the Platen Glass.
z As the original is placed on the Platen Glass, 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 place original on the Platen Glass,
and then leave the ADF open.
4
Select “Zoom / Effects”, and then
select “Centering”.
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
The copying image can be centered automatically on a selected paper.
z Refer to Placing Originals (See page 6).
2
3
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “More Menus”.
2
1
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5
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Select the desired type of paper, and
then select “OK”.
1
6
7
2
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.
Image Repeat
The minimum size of the
original is 20 mm x 20 mm.
z Dotted lines can be printed between each of the copied images. Refer to Copier Settings in the Operating
Instructions (For Function Parameters) of provided CD-ROM.
z This function can be selected when the original is placed on the Platen Glass.
z As the original is placed on the Platen Glass, 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 place original on the Platen Glass,
and then leave the ADF open.
4
Select “Zoom / Effects”, and then
select “Image Repeat”.
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
Create multiple images on a sheet from a single original.
z Refer to Placing Originals (See page 6).
2
3
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “More Menus”.
1
2
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Select the desired type of paper, and
then select “OK”.
1
6
7
2
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.
Copying Inverse Image
z This function is only available when “Black” is selected in the Colour mode. If the “Inverse” is selected when
the other Colour mode has been set, a message appears prompting you to change the setting to “Black”.
z This function is cancelled if the Colour mode is changed from “Black” to the other Colour mode after selecting
“Inverse”.
z The Colour mode remains set to “Black” even if the Inverse mode is cancelled. To cancel the “Black” mode,
select other Colour mode or press the Reset key.
1
Place original(s).
4
z Refer to Placing Originals (See page 6).
2
3
Select “Zoom / Effects”, and then
select “Inverse”.
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
The tonal inversion of image can be copied in black and white.
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “More Menus”.
1
5
6
2
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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Insertion Modes
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
Adding a Cover Page to Copies
The original can be copied using other types of paper for a cover page. Only the Front cover, or Front
and Back covers can be selected.
The front cover is copied on colour paper.
1
z Refer to Placing Originals (See page 6).
2
3
4
Select the Front, or Front and Back
covers.
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “More Menus”.
Select “Insertion / Overlay”, and then
select “Cover”.
1
88
5
Place original(s) on the ADF.
2
Front Blank
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.
6
z When changing paper for copies other than
the cover page, select “Copy”, and change
the Paper Tray.
z When using colour or Special paper for the
cover page, place the paper in the Sheet
Bypass or any tray beforehand, and also
select the type of paper that you will use. If
the type of paper is not selected properly,
the quality of the image may become poor.
Refer to the Operating Instructions (For
Maintenance) of provided CD-ROM.
7
8
9
Select “OK”.
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
Select “Cover” until the desired Paper
Tray is displayed.
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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Inserting Blank/Copied Pages Between Copies
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
The original can be copied by inserting other types of paper between specified pages.
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
2
1
3
4
5
1
2
2
3
6
4
5
6
Blank Pages
1
5
Place original(s) on the ADF.
3
4
5
6
Copied Pages
Select the type of page to insert.
z Refer to Placing Originals (See page 6).
2
3
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “More Menus”.
6
4
Blank
Inserts blank pages.
Copy
Inserts copied pages.
Select “Page Insert” until the desired
Paper Tray is displayed.
Select “Insertion / Overlay”, and then
select “Page Insertion”.
z When changing paper for copies other than
the inserted page, select “Copy”, and
change the Paper Tray.
1
90
2
7
9
Select
to enter the following
page numbers where the insertion
pages are placed.
Select “OK”.
z By selecting
and
, move
the cursor to enter the insertion page
numbers.
z Up to 20 insertion page numbers can be
entered.
8
Enter the page numbers with Keypad
where the insertion pages are placed.
10 Select “OK”.
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
z When using colour paper for the inserted
page, place the paper in the Sheet Bypass
beforehand, and also select the type of
paper that you will use. If the type of paper is
not selected properly, the quality of the
image may become poor. Refer to the
Operating Instructions (For Maintenance) of
provided CD-ROM.
11 Enter the desired number of copies.
12 Press the Start key.
z After finishing copying, press the Reset key to
return to the initial screen of the current active
mode.
z To erase an entered number, press the
Clear key.
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Inserting Blank Pages Between Transparency Films
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
1
Place original(s) on the ADF.
5
z Refer to Placing Originals (See page 6).
2
3
Select “Insertion / Overlay”, and then
select “Transparency Interleaving”.
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “More Menus”.
2
6
4
Place the Transparency Films on the
Sheet Bypass.
When changing the paper to be
inserted between Transparency Films,
select “Page Insert” until the desired
Paper Tray is displayed.
z How to use the Sheet Bypass and change
the Printing Media, refer to Adding Paper
<Printing Media> in the Operating
Instructions (For Maintenance) of provided
CD-ROM.
7
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1
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.
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
8
9
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Overlay Modes
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
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
Overlay Original
z The size available for both of the overlay original and scanned original is A4.
z “Auto” cannot be selected in the 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.
1
Place original(s).
z Refer to Placing Originals (See page 6).
2
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Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
3
Select “More Menus”.
4
2
5
6
Adjust the overlay density with
“Lighter”, and “Darker”, and then
select “OK”.
1
1
Select colours for the overlay original
from the basic colours or registered
custom colours, and then select “OK”.
Lighter
Overlay density level is
decreased.
Darker
Overlay density level is
increased.
‰ When selecting from the basic colours
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2
Select the overlay position, and then
select “OK”.
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
Select “Insertion / Overlay”, and then
select “Overlay”.
2
‰ When selecting from the registered
custom colours
1
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1
2
z If “Add Custom” is selected, the Add
Custom screen is displayed, and colours
can be registered. Refer to New Colour
Registration (see page 19).
2
Overlay on
Top
Copied with the scanned original
overlaid on the overlay original.
Overlay on
Bottom
Copied with the overlay original
overlaid on the scanned original.
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 When the overlay copying is completed, the
overlay original registration confirmation
screen is displayed.
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Chapter 2 More Menus Features
Yes
Register the overlay image.
No
Clear the overlay image.
11 If “Yes” was selected in step 10, select
a desired button with no names
registered, and then select “OK”.
1
2
12 Enter the button name with Keyboard,
and then select “OK”.
1
2
z Up to 20 characters.
z For instructions on how to enter characters,
refer to Using the Keyboard in the
Operating Instructions (For Function
Parameters) of provided CD-ROM.
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Overlay Copying with Registered Image
Form
Scanned Original
z To use this function, overlay forms must be registered in advance. For instructions on registering overlay forms,
refer to File Edit (see page 99).
z Available size is A4.
z “Auto” cannot be selected in the Colour mode.
z If the orientation of original is different from the form, the image of original is rotated automatically 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”, overlay will not be executed. The image overlay is
executed for “Copy” pages.
1
Place original(s).
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Chapter 2 More Menus Features
Overlay an image stored in memory onto the copy.
Select “More Menus”.
z Refer to Placing Originals (See page 6).
2
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
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Select “Insertion / Overlay”, and then
select “FormOverlay”.
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.
1
2
5
Select the registered form, and then
select “OK”.
1
2
z For the details about how to register the
form, refer to Save (see page 99).
6
Select the overlay position, and then
select “OK”.
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Overlay on
Top
Copies with the scanned original
overlaid on the form.
Overlay on
Bottom
Copies with the form overlaid on
the scanned original.
File Edit
z Refer to Overlay Copying with Registered Image (see page 97).
„ 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
5
Place original(s).
z Refer to Placing Originals (See page 6).
2
3
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “More Menus”.
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4
Select a button without a file name
registered.
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
Up to 12 settings can be registered for the overlay form.
Select “Save”, and then select “OK”.
Select “Insertion / Overlay”, and then
select “File Edit”.
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Select colours for the form from the
basic colours or registered custom
colours, and then select “OK”.
‰ When selecting from the basic colours
1
2
9 Press the Start key.
10 Select “Yes”.
‰ When selecting from the registered
custom colours
1
2
z If “Add Custom” is selected, the Add
Custom screen is displayed, and colours
can be registered as New Colour
Registration (see page 19).
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11 Enter the file name, and then select
“OK”.
Adjust the overlay level with “Lighter”
and “Darker”, and then select “OK”.
1
2
z Up to 20 characters.
1
2
Lighter
Overlay level is decreased.
Darker
Overlay level is increased.
z To cancel saving the overlay form, select
“Cancel”.
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z For instructions on how to enter characters,
refer to Using the Keyboard in the
Operating Instructions (For Function
Parameters) of 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.
„ File Name Edit
1
1
Select the file name to be deleted.
z To display the File Edit screen, refer to steps
2 to 4 in Save (see page 99).
2
Select “Erase”, and then select “OK”.
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3
Select the file name to be edited.
z To display the File Edit screen, refer to steps
2 to 4 in Save (see page 99).
2
Select “File Name Edit”, and then
select “OK”.
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1
Select “Yes”.
3
2
Change the file name, and then select
“OK”.
1
z After completing the deletion of the file, press the
Reset key to return to the initial screen of the
current active mode.
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
„ Erase
2
z Up to 20 characters.
z For instructions on how to enter characters,
refer to Using the Keyboard in the
Operating Instructions (For Function
Parameters) of 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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Double Exposure
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
Both sides (front and back) of a 2-sided original can be copied onto one side of a sheet. 1st scanned
Side of the original is copied at the bottom of the page, and the 2nd scanned Side at the top.
Ex: Name card (printed on both sides)
Original Size:
(less than A5)
ABC
Copy Size:
(A4)
ABC
2nd scanned Side
DEF
1st scanned Side
z This function is only available when copying a 2-sided original that is smaller than A5 in size.
z This function can be selected when the original is placed on the Platen Glass.
z As the original is placed on the Platen Glass with the ADF open, 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 place original on the Platen Glass,
and then leave the ADF open.
z Refer to Placing Originals (See page 6).
Align with top left corner.
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3
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select “More Menus”.
4
9 Press the Start key.
10 When the Sort mode has been
selected, select “Yes” to finish
copying.
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7
1
Enter the desired number of copies.
Press the Start key.
Select “Yes” to copy the 2nd scanned
Side of the original.
z The message is different according to the
Sort mode.
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For Non
Sort:
“Another Original?” is displayed.
Select “Yes”.
For Sort:
“Last Original?” is displayed.
Select “No”.
z To copy another original, select “No” and
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.
Chapter 2 More Menus Features
Select “Insertion / Overlay”, and then
select “Double Exposure”.
Place the 2nd scanned Side of the
original on the Platen Glass, and then
leave the ADF open.
Align with top left corner.
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3Other Features
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The original can be copied without generating dark borders even if the ADF is opened.
Digital Skyshot Mode
The Digital 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 the Digital Skyshot mode.
z If there is a white margin less than 5 mm around the original, the edge of the copy may come out abnormal
(white lines/streaks). To avoid the problem, change the setting of “Digital Skyshot Mode” to “No”. For setting
of “Digital Skyshot Mode”, refer to Copier Settings in the Operating Instructions (For Function Parameters) of
provided CD-ROM.
1
Open the ADF more than 45 degrees,
and place original on the Platen Glass,
and then leave the ADF open.
4
5
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.
Face down. Align with top left corner.
z Refer to Placing Originals (See page 6).
2
3
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Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select copy features if necessary.
Manual Skyshot Mode
z Before using the Manual Skyshot mode, set M1 or M2 in the preset jobs. Refer to Copier Settings in the
Operating Instructions (For Function Parameters) of provided CD-ROM.
z Originals with black borders may not be copied properly.
z If the 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”.
1
Open the ADF more than 45 degrees,
and place original on the Platen Glass,
and then leave the ADF open.
z Refer to Placing Originals (See page 6).
2
3
4
5
6
7
Press the Copy key if the machine is
set to other function mode.
Select copy features if necessary.
Chapter 3 Other Features
The original can be copied with the pre-registered scan size in memory.
Select “Preset Jobs” on the Basic
Menu screen.
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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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 The previous copy job settings can be saved if the Function Parameter 41 Reserve a Job Settings (Copier
Settings > Key Operator Mode) is set to “Save”. This is useful when using the previous copy job settings to the
next copy job. To save the previous copy job settings, refer to Copier Settings (Key Operator Mode) in the
Operating Instructions (For Function Parameters) of 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
After the copy operation is completed,
press the Interrupt key again.
The screen returns to the previous copy
mode.
8
Press the Start key to resume the
previous copying operation.
Chapter 3 Other Features
Interrupting the Current Copy Jobs to Make
an Urgent Copy
z The machine does not accept a job while the
Interrupt key LED is flashing. Wait until the
LED lights up before pressing the Interrupt
key.
2
3
4
5
6
Place original(s).
Select copy features if necessary.
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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“Saddle-Stitch” is set.
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selected.
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Transparency Interleaving
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Form Overlay
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Completion Notice
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Inverse
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Overlay
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When “Issue Number” is selected in the Stamp function, “Non Sort”, “Shift-Group”, or “Rotate-Group” will be
automatically changed to “Sort”.
Index
4Appendix
“M1:”/“M2:” ......................................................................37
Numerics
1 -> 1 ..............................................................................43
1 -> 2 ..............................................................44, 108, 109
1 Colour ....................................................................12, 17
1 Sided ...........................................................................53
1Bin Finisher ............................................................61, 63
1Bin Saddle-Stitch Finisher ................................53, 55, 61
2 -> 1 ..............................................................43, 108, 109
2 -> 2 ..............................................................46, 108, 109
2 Colour ....................................................................12, 15
2 Page ............................................................47, 108, 109
2 Sided ...........................................................................53
2-Sided / Original->Copy ................................................44
2-Sided Mode .................................................................43
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Add Custom ......................................................19, 95, 100
ADF ..................................................................................6
Auto Zoom ......................................................66, 108, 109
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Background Removal .....................................................28
Basic Colours ...................................................15, 95, 100
Basic Menu .......................................................................9
Bind Position ................................................44, 45, 46, 54
Binding Margin .........................................................71, 72
Black ...............................................................................14
Blank ..............................................................................54
Bleed-Through Prevention .............................................29
Book ...............................................................70, 108, 109
Book -> 2 ........................................................48, 108, 109
Book Format ...................................................................48
Booklet ...........................................................53, 108, 109
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Centering ........................................................83, 108, 109
Change .....................................................................79, 82
Change Colour .........................................................15, 17
Colour Balance ...............................................................34
Colour Level ...................................................................19
Colour Mode ...................................................................12
Colour Ratio ...................................................................19
Colour Sample Indicator .................................................19
Colour Tone ....................................................................30
Completion Notice ..........................................42, 108, 109
Confirm Settings .......................................................36, 39
Contrast ..........................................................................31
Copy .........................................................................40, 54
Copy Key ..........................................................................9
Copy Layout ...................................................................47
Copy Mode .....................................................................51
Copy Size .........................................................................9
Cover ..............................................................88, 108, 109
Cover Page Type ...........................................................54
Custom Setting .............................................................. 28
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Date ............................................................................... 79
Density ..................................................................... 21, 22
Density Level ..................................................... 22, 34, 95
Digital Skyshot ............................................. 104, 108, 109
Double Exposure ......................................... 102, 108, 109
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Edge ............................................................... 68, 108, 109
Enlargement ................................................................... 11
Enlargement/Reduction Ratio ........................................ 64
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Favourites ...................................................................... 42
File Edit .......................................................................... 99
File Name Edit ............................................................. 101
Form Overlay ................................................. 98, 108, 109
Full Colour ...................................................................... 14
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Symbols
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Image Quality Type ........................................................ 27
Image Repeat ................................................ 85, 108, 109
Index Tab ....................................................................... 42
Insertion / Overlay .................................................... 88, 95
Interrupt ........................................................ 107, 108, 109
Inverse ........................................................... 87, 108, 109
Issue Number ................................................................. 77
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Job Build and SADF ....................................... 59, 108, 109
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Landscape Orientation ..................................................... 8
Layout Format ................................................................ 52
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Manual Skyshot ........................................... 105, 108, 109
Margin ............................................................ 71, 108, 109
Mirror .............................................................. 73, 108, 109
More Blue ....................................................................... 30
More Menus ................................................................... 43
More Red ....................................................................... 30
More Settings ................................................................. 27
Multi-Size Feed .............................................. 56, 108, 109
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N in 1 .............................................................. 50, 108, 109
Non Sort ......................................................... 36, 108, 109
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Original Orientation .......................................................... 8
Original Size .................................................................... 6
Original Type ................................................................. 21
Other Types ................................................................... 21
Output Queue ................................................................ 40
Overlay .......................................................... 95, 108, 109
Overlay Density ............................................................. 95
Overlay Level ............................................................... 100
Overlay Position ............................................................. 95
Tint .................................................................................30
Transparency Interleaving ..............................92, 108, 109
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Zoom ..............................................................64, 108, 109
Zoom / Effects ..........................................................64, 68
Zoom Ratio .....................................................................65
Zoom Type Ratio ............................................................67
Page Insert .................................................................... 90
Page Insertion ................................................ 90, 108, 109
Page Number ................................................................. 75
Page Order .................................................................... 47
Paper Weight ................................................................... 6
Paper/Output Tray ......................................................... 11
Photo ............................................................................. 21
Platen Glass ................................................................ 7, 8
Portrait Orientation ........................................................... 8
Preset Jobs ...................................................... 37, 39, 105
Proof Copy ..................................................... 35, 108, 109
Proof Set ........................................................................ 35
Punch ............................................................. 61, 108, 109
Punch Position ............................................................... 62
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Quality Adj. ............................................ 12, 21, 23, 25, 26
Quality Preset .......................................................... 23, 25
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Recall ............................................................................. 25
Reduction ....................................................................... 11
Reserve a Job .............................................................. 106
Reset Key ...................................................................... 10
Rotate-Group ................................................. 61, 108, 109
Rotate-Sort .................................................... 61, 108, 109
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Saddle-Stitch ................................................. 61, 108, 110
Saddle-Stitch Binding .................................................... 53
SADF ............................................................................. 59
Saturation ...................................................................... 33
Save ................................................................... 23, 37, 99
Sharpness ...................................................................... 32
Sheet Bypass ....................................................... 9, 90, 92
Shift-Group .................................................... 61, 108, 109
Shift-Sort ........................................................ 61, 108, 109
Sort ................................................................ 61, 108, 109
Sort / Finish .................................................................... 62
Stamp Position ............................................. 75, 77, 79, 81
Stamping ........................................................ 74, 108, 109
Staple Position ......................................................... 55, 62
Staple-Sort ..................................................... 61, 108, 109
Start Key ........................................................................ 10
T
Text ................................................................................ 21
Text / Number ................................................................ 81
Text/Photo ..................................................................... 21
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U
Upper Guide .....................................................................6
Upper Limit Indicator ........................................................6
Z
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