Panasonic Scanner DP-1810P User manual

Panasonic Scanner DP-1810P User manual
 Getting To Know Your
Machine
Digital Imaging Systems
(For Copier)
DP-1810P
Options
Making Copies
Model No.
Before Starting
Operating Instructions
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Before operating this equipment, please read these instructions completely and keep these operating
instructions for future reference.
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English
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
When requesting information, supplies or service always refer to the model and serial number of your
machine. The model and serial number plate (Main Name Plate) is located on the rear side of machine.
For your convenience, space is provided below to record information you may need in the future.
Model No.
Serial No.
Date of Purchase
Dealer
Address
Telephone Number
(
)
Supplies Telephone Number
(
)
Service Telephone Number
(
)
(Digital copier with ADF option)
Model and Serial Number
Copyright  2002 by Matsushita Graphic Communication Systems, Inc.
All rights reserved. Unauthorized copying and distribution is a violation of law. Printed in Japan.
The contents of these Operating Instructions are subject to change without notice.
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Getting To Know Your
Machine
Operation Chart
Common Features and Usage
■ Basic Operation
Original
1
Load Paper
2
Original Size
(Reduction/
Enlargement
Only)
Place the
Original
Turn Power
Switch On
3 4 5
Copy Size
Number
(Reduction/ of Copies
Enlargement
Only)
Press
START
■ Position of the Original
Original Guide
INV
INV
LDR
LEDGER
LGL
LEGAL
LTR
LETTER R
INVOICE R
INVOICE
INV
C Place originals face down on the platen or face up on
the ADF.
C If the original is not positioned properly, a portion of the
original may not be copied.
C For originals smaller than invoice size, position the
original within the area of INVOICE and select invoice.
INV
LTR
LGL
LTR
LDR
■ Commonly Used Functions and Operating Procedures
Full Size
Makes a copy that is the same
size as the original
Reduction or Enlargement
Copies the original at a fixed
reduction or enlargement ratio
1 4 5
1 2 3 4 5
(See page 12)
(See page 13)
■ Memory Capacity
When the memory becomes full during original scanning, the message “Function not available
for lack of memory” will be displayed in the message display. In this case, follow the operating
instruction in the message display.
When additional memory is required, consult with an authorized servicing dealer.
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Energy Star
As an ENERGY STAR® Partner, Panasonic has determined that this product meets the
ENERGY STAR® guidelines for energy efficiency.
This voluntary program specifies certain energy consumption and usage standards. This product
will automatically “power down” after a specified period of non-use. The use of this ENERGY
STAR® compliant product will reduce energy consumption and ultimately benefit the
environment.
The default functions can be adjusted depending on your office requirements.
Please see your authorized Panasonic dealer for more details.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Getting To Know Your Machine
Operation Chart .............................................................................................................................. 3
■ Common Features and Usage .............................................................. 3
Energy Star ..................................................................................................................................... 4
Before Starting
Precautions ..................................................................................................................................... 7
■ For Your Safety ..................................................................................... 8
■ Handling ............................................................................................... 8
■ Toner and Paper ................................................................................... 8
■ Ventilation ............................................................................................. 8
■ Installation ............................................................................................ 9
Control Panel ................................................................................................................................ 10
Making Copies
Basic Copy .................................................................................................................................... 12
■ Full Size Copying ................................................................................ 12
■ Reduction or Enlargement Copying .................................................... 13
■ Zoom Copying .................................................................................... 14
■ Using the Sheet Bypass ..................................................................... 15
Creative Features ......................................................................................................................... 16
■ 2 in 1 Copy ......................................................................................... 16
■ 2 Page Copy ....................................................................................... 17
■ Book/Edge/Margin .............................................................................. 18
■ Job Memory ....................................................................................... 19
■ Sort Copy ........................................................................................... 20
Other Features .............................................................................................................................. 21
■ Energy Saver/Interrupt Mode .............................................................. 21
■ Skyshot Mode ..................................................................................... 22
Combined Function Table ............................................................................................................ 24
Function ........................................................................................................................................ 25
■ Checking the Copier’s Total Counter ................................................... 25
■ General Functions .............................................................................. 26
■ Copier Settings ................................................................................... 27
■ General Functions for Key Operator ................................................... 28
■ Copier Settings for Key Operator ........................................................ 29
■ Function Setting .................................................................................. 30
■ Function Setting for Key Operator ....................................................... 31
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Table of Contents
Options
Accessories .................................................................................................................................. 35
■ Components ....................................................................................... 35
■ Automatic Document Feeder .............................................................. 36
Problem Solving
Problem Solving ........................................................................................................................... 38
■ Adding Paper (J) ............................................................................... 38
■ Adding the Toner and Replacing Toner Waste Container (?) .............. 39
■ Removing a Misfed Paper ................................................................... 41
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................................ 46
■ Before Calling Service ........................................................................ 46
■ User Error Codes (U Code) ................................................................ 48
Others
Specifications ............................................................................................................................... 49
Options and Supplies ................................................................................................................... 51
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Precautions
For Your Safety
■ Laser Safety
LASER SAFETY
Before Starting
This unit employs a laser. Only qualified service personnel should
attempt to service this device due to possible eye injury.
CAUTION:
USE OF CONTROLS, ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE
PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY
RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
■ Caution Labels
(Digital copier with ADF option)
(Digital copier with ADF option)
Manufacturer’s name and address
Factory ID
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Precautions
Handling
■ Do not look directly at the exposure lamp when
copying.
■ Do not turn the power switch Off or open the front
panel during copying.
C Do not drop paper clips or other metal objects into
the copier.
Toner and Paper
■ Store toner, drum and paper in cool areas with low
humidity.
C High quality paper of 16 - 24 lb (60 – 90 g/m2) [15 –
34 lb (56 – 128 g/m2) using the sheet bypass] may
be used.
C For optimum performance, it is recommended that
only Panasonic Brand supplies are used in the
copier.
Ventilation
■ The copier should be installed in a well-ventilated
area to minimize the ozone density in the air.
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Precautions
Installation
■ The copier should not be installed in areas with the
following conditions:
Before Starting
C Extremely high or low temperature and humidity.
Ambient conditions
Temperature:
50°F – 95°F (10°C – 35°C)
Relative humidity: 45% – 85%
C Where temperature and humidity can change
rapidly, causing condensation.
C Direct exposure to sunlight.
C Directly in the air conditioning flow.
C In areas of high dust concentration.
C In areas of poor ventilation.
C In areas with chemical fume concentration.
C In areas with extreme vibration.
C With unstable or uneven conditions (floors, etc.).
■ The maximum power consumption is 1.5 kW.
A properly wired (grounded), dedicated, 15A, 120 VAC outlet is required. Do not use an extension
cord.
The power cord on this equipment must be used to disconnect the main power. Please ensure
that the socket outlet is installed near the equipment and is easily accessible.
FCC WARNING For U.S.A.
FCC WARNING:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if
not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely
to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference
at his/her own expense.
The user could lose the authority to operate this equipment if any unauthorized changes or
modifications are made to this equipment.
CAUTION
CTHIS PRODUCT CONTAINS A LITHIUM BATTERY. DANGER OF EXPLOSION IF
BATTERY IS INCORRECTLY REPLACED.
REPLACE ONLY WITH THE SAME OR EQUIVALENT TYPE. DISPOSE OF USED
BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS OF YOUR LOCAL SOLID WASTE
OFFICIALS.
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Control Panel
No
#
$
%
&
(
)
2 in 1 Key
C From two 1-sided originals, side by side, to 1-sided copies.
2 Page Copy Key
C Copying two facing pages on a ledger size original on two separate
letter size sheets.
Sort Key
C When using Electric Sorting Mode. Optional memory is required.
Margin Key
C Shifts the image to the right or left.
Edge Key
CCreates a blank edge.
Book Key
C Eliminates dark inner binding shadows.
Refer to
Page 16
Page 17
Page 20
Page 18
Page 18
Page 18
*
Original Mode Select Key (Photo;Text/Photo;Text)
Page 12
+
Exposure Keys (Darker, Lighter)
Page 12
.
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0
1
NOTE
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Contents
SET Key
C Set the present selection.
Function Key
C Use when changing the paper size, initial values for functions (default
values) and key operator settings.
Clear Key
C Clears the copy count in the display.
Energy Saver Key
C Can save power while the copier is not in use.
Reset Key
C Resets all features to the initial power-on state.
——
Pages 25– 34
——
Page 21
——
C The Control Panel displayed above shows only copier functions. Please refer to the
operating instructions in the Panasonic Document Management System CD-ROM for
the Printer control panel functions.
Control Panel
Before Starting
LCD Display
Warning Indications
J Add Paper
? Add Toner
I Misfeed
2 Call Service
No
2
3
Contents
Stop Key
C Stops the copy run.
Start Key
C Used to start an operation.
4
Interrupt Key, Memory In Key, M1/M2 Keys
5
Cursor Keys
C Select copy ratio and function modes using (G or F).
Paper Tray Key
C Used to select the paper tray manually.
Copy Size Key
C Used to select Reduction/Enlargement only. For additional details,
see page 13.
Original Size Key
C Used to select the original size manually. For additional details,
see page 13.
Print Key
C When selecting the Printer ON/OFF Line.
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7
8
9
NOTE
Refer to
——
——
Pages 19 – 21
——
——
——
——
——
C The Control Panel displayed above shows only copier functions. Please refer
to the operating instructions in the Panasonic Document Management
System CD-ROM for the Printer control panel functions.
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Basic Copy
Full Size Copying
■ Copying the Same Size Originals (1:1)
Copy size is automatically selected.
Original Size Key
Clear Key
1
2 3
Place the Original
LCD Display (Sample)
Number of Copies* Press START**
Up to 999
READY TO COPY
COPIES:001
Select the Original Size on units
without the ADF Option.
■ Manually Selecting Exposure Control or Original Type
# Select the original type
Photo
: Originals are mainly composed of photo.
Text/Photo : Combined originals with text and photo.
Text
: Originals are mainly composed of text.
$ Select exposure control
Press the Darker/Lighter keys to adjust the exposure.
NOTE
∗ Use Clear key when canceling the copy count.
∗∗ While the copier is warming up, you may position your original on the copier, enter
your copy job selections and press the Start key.The COPY JOB RESERVED
indicator displays until the warm up cycle is completed and the copy job will
automatically start.
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Basic Copy
Reduction or Enlargement Copying
■ Copying with Preset Ratios
Place the
Original
2
Select the
Original Size
3
Select the Copy
Size
4 5
Number of
Copies
Example: Reduction
Original size
Press START
Making Copies
1
Reset
Copy size
LEDGER
LETTER
LDR ->LTRB [LTRB ]
ZOOM: 65% COPIES:001
The correct ratio is automatically selected.
Reduction and enlargement ratios (%)
Copy size
Original
size
Ledger
Legal
Letter
Invoice
Ledger
100
77
65
50
Legal
121
100
79
61
Letter
129
100
100
65
Invoice
200
155
129
100
C When changing the paper tray, touch the
Paper Tray key.
NOTE
C If the desired copy size is different from the paper size loaded in the paper
tray, use the sheet bypass. (See page 15)
C Press the RESET key to cancel all job settings.
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Basic Copy
Zoom Copying
■ Zoom
Reset
Copies with variable zoom ratios from 50% to 200% in 1% increments.
1
2
3
Place the Select Original Size
Original
(without using ADF)
Press Cursor (G or F)
keys to select Zoom Ratio
4 5
Number
of Copies
Press
START
B
LTR ->LTRB [LTRB ]
ZOOM:125% COPIES:001
(Example: 125% Zoom)
ATTENTION
NOTE
14
C When changing the paper size after setting the zoom ratio, please use the paper tray
key.
C Press the RESET key to cancel all job settings.
Basic Copy
Using the Sheet Bypass
■ Copying on Special Paper, etc.
1
Place the original.
Open the sheet bypass.
Sheet Bypass
3
# Place the sheets of paper into
the tray. (approximately up to
50 Letter size sheets/20 lb)
Making Copies
2
Pull out the sheet bypass tray
until it stops.
(For Ledger size only)
Do not fill above.
Side Guides
Insert the paper until it stops.
$ Adjust the side guides.
Incorrect adjustment may cause the
paper to wrinkle, misfeed or skew.
Press START.
ATTENTION
NOTE
C Do not feed curled paper through the sheet bypass to avoid misfeed.
C Adjust the side guides properly to avoid skewing, wrinkling or misfeeding.
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Creative Features
2 in 1 Copy
■ 2 in 1 Copy
From two 1-sided originals, side by
side, to 1-sided pages.
1 \ 2 (Layout)*
1 \ 2 (Layout)*
2 \ 1 (Layout)*
2 \ 1 (Layout)*
Landscape (Orientation)*
Portrait (Orientation)*
■ Procedure
ADF
Face-Up
1
Place the
Originals
NOTE
2
Press 2
in 1 key
(3) 4 5
Copy Size
(Reduction/
Enlargement
Only)
Number of
Copies
C The ADF is required for 2 in 1 copy.
CPress the RESET key to cancel all job settings.
∗
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The Orientation and Layout can be set in the function mode. (See page 27)
Press
START
Creative Features
2 Page Copy
■ 2 Page Copy
Copying two facing pages on a ledger size
original on two separate letter size sheets.
1
Place the
Originals
Platen
2
3
Press the 2
Page Copy
key
Original Size
(Letter or Ledger
size Only)
Making Copies
■ Procedure
4 5
Number of
Copies
Press
START
Ledger size original
Book Mark
Center book
by length
and width
according
to center
marks.
Letter
NOTE
C To reset all job settings, press the RESET key.
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Creative Features
Book/Edge/Margin
■ Book Key
Eliminates dark inner binding shadows when copying from a book.
■ Edge Key
Creates a blank edge.
■ Margin Key
Shifts the image to the right or left.
■ Procedure
3
2
1
Place the
Original
Press Book, Edge or
Margin key
Book
BOOK MARGIN
CENTER VOID = 20mm ∨∧
Edge
EQUAL RATE
VOID MARGIN = 5mm ∧
Margin**
LEFT MARGIN
10mm ∨∧
NOTE
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Press Cursor (G or F) keys to adjust
the void width while the button is
blinking. (approx. 5 sec.)
CVoid/Margin width: 5-99 mm
∗
4 5
Number
of Copies
Press
START
∗
Initial setting (Factory setting): 20 mm
∗
Initial setting (Factory setting): 5 mm and Equal Rate
∗
Initial setting (Factory setting): 10 mm and Left Margin
Initial setting (Factory setting) can be changed in the User Mode function.
(See page 27)
∗∗ If a part of the copied image is missing when using the Margin mode, change the
Frame Reduction setting to ON.
(See page 27)
CPress the RESET key to cancel all job settings.
Creative Features
Job Memory
■ Two Copy Jobs Can Be Programmed in Memory (M1, M2) for recall at a
later time.
To store a job in memory
JOB MEMORY
PRESS M1,M2 TO STORE.
Making Copies
# Set up the copy job to be stored in memory,
by first selecting each function you wish the
copier to perform.
$ Press the Memory In (F2) key.
% Press the M1 (F3) or M2 (F4) key.
To recall a job stored in memory
& Place the Original
RECALL JOB MEMORY
LOADING...
( Press the M1 (F3) or M2 (F4) key.
The stored contents will be displayed.
) Press START
NOTE
C Stored job(s) will not be deleted even if the power switch is turned Off.
C When storing a new job into programmed memory, the previously stored job
will be overwritten.
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Creative Features
Sort Copy
■ Sort Copy
The sort copy has 2 available electronic sorting functions as follows:
Note: Before using the sort copy, select the desired sorting mode by setting its function first
(See page 26).
Sort
Sort-Rotate
Multiple copies
sorted
automatically.
1
1
1
Multiple copies sorted
automatically and
Stacked in alternate
direction.
1
1
1
Platen Glass
(Up to Letter size)
ADF
1
ADF : Place the
Originals
Platen: Place the
First Original
2
(3) 4 5
Copy Size
(Reduction/
Enlargement
Only)
Select the
Sort Mode
Number of Press
Copies
START
From Platen Glass only:
6
9
NOTE
ANOTHER ORIGINAL?
1:YES 2:NO
Press “1” key.
Repeat steps 6 and 7
until all originals are
scanned and stored
into the copier’s memory.
7
10
Place next Original
Press START
ANOTHER ORIGINAL?
1:YES 2:NO
Press “2” key.
CWhen the memory becomes full during original scanning, the message “OUT OF
MEMORY...... ” will be displayed in the message display. If this occurs, follow the
instructions in the message display.
For additional memory consult your authorized servicing dealer.
CTo reset all job settings, press the RESET key.
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Other Features
Energy Saver/Interrupt Mode
Interrupt (F1) Key
ENERGY SAVER
Energy Saver Key
■ These modes can save power while the copier is
not in use.
Sleep Mode
# Automatically enters the Sleep Mode after 30
minutes from the last copy. The copier power will
drop and the indicator will light.
$ To make copies, press the Energy Saver key.
Interrupt Mode
INTERRUPT
C This mode can interrupt other copy jobs while
making copies.
# Press the Interrupt (F1) key, the indicator will
light.
$ Make another copy job using the platen glass.
% Press the Interrupt (F1) key again to continue
the original job.
Note: The ADF can not be used with interrupt.
(Use only the Platen)
NOTE
∗
Energy saver time (15 minutes) and Sleep time (30 minutes) can be changed
by the key operator. (See page 28)
Modes
Normal Operation
Energy Saver Mode
Sleep Mode
Power Consumption
Approximately 91 Wh
Approximately 40 Wh
Approximately 1.5 Wh
Warm Up Time
N/A
30 sec. recovery
30 sec. recovery
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Making Copies
Energy Saver Mode
# To enter this mode
Press the Energy Saver key or the copier will
automatically enter the Energy Saver Mode after 15
minutes* from the last copy. The indicator will flash.
$ To cancel this mode and make copies
Press the Energy Saver key again.
Other Features
Skyshot Mode
■ Skyshot allows copying a manuscript without generating dark borders
even if the platen cover or ADF is opened.
Skyshot mode eliminate dark borders around the originals, and is especially convenient for
copying small-sized originals like bank checks or documents with unusual shapes (round, oval,
etc.). These documents can be reproduced without generating any unnecessary black areas
simply by making a copy with the cover open.
Two types of Skyshot modes can be selected;
Digital Skyshot Mode : The scanning area (size) is not pre-determined.
Manual Skyshot Mode : The scanning area (size) is pre-registered into memory (M1 and M2) in
advance. (See page 29)
■ Digital Skyshot Mode
1
Place the Original on
the platen (Opening the
Platen Cover/ADF)
2
3
Number of
Copies
Press
Start Key
Note:The default setting of Digital Skyshot Mode is “NORMAL”. In this setting, the unit scans once.
If there are black areas around the borders in the copies, set the Digital Skyshot Mode to
“QUALITY” to soften the dark borders. In this setting, the unit scans twice.
FUNCTION MODE (1-2)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ∧
# Press the 2 key to select COPIER SETTINGS.
$ Press the SET key.
2:COPIER SETTINGS
PRESS SET TO SELECT
COPIER PARAM. (00-14)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ∧
06 DIGITAL SKYSHOT
2:NORMAL
% Press 6 and SET key to select DIGITAL
SKYSHOT.
& Press 1-3 key to select the Digital Skyshot Mode.
1: OFF
NONE
2: NORMAL Default setting (usually select this
mode).
3: QUALITY For better definition, select the
Quality mode.
( Press the SET key.
) Press the Reset key.
NOTE
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C An incorrect exposure may occur when there is a black line at the edge of
the original or an image which the copier interprets as a black pattern in the
Skyshot mode.
C An incorrect position detection of the original may occur when a strong light
shines onto the glass during Skyshot mode.
Other Features
■ Manual Skyshot Mode
When using this function, the custom size should be registered into memory (M1, M2) in
advance. (See page 29)
Platen
Upperleft
corner
1
Select the Custom
Size (M1/F3 or M2/F4)
3 4
Number of
Copies
Press
START
Making Copies
Place the
Original
2
2
FUNCTION MODE (1-2)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ∧
# Press the 2 key to select COPIER SETTINGS.
2:COPIER SETTINGS
PRESS SET TO SELECT
$ Press the SET key.
COPIER PARAM. (00-14)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ∧
% Press 7 and SET key to select MANUAL SKYSHOT.
07 MANUAL SKYSHOT
2:M1 ON
& Press 2 or 3 key to select the Custom Size.
1: OFF
NONE
2: M1 ON
M1 size is ON*
3: M2 ON
M2 size is ON*
4: M1, M2 ON Both sizes are ON
( Press the SET key.
) Press the Reset key.
NOTE
∗ The default size for M1 is: 70(X) × 160(Y) mm, and M2 is: 95(X) × 220(Y) mm
C When changing the M1 or M2 size, consult with the key operator.
C When using the manual skyshot mode, M1 and M2 are turned ON and other
job memory cannot be used.
C Press the RESET key to cancel all job settings.
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Combined Function Table
2-ORIGINAL
H COPY
2 Page Copy
Book
Edge
Margin
Non-Sort
Sort
Sort-Rotate
Manual Skyshot
Job Memory Retrieval
Job Memory Storing
A
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
A
A
O
2 in 1 Copy
O
A
A
O
O
O
O
O
O
A
A
O
2 Page Copy
O
A
A
O
O
O
O
O
O
A
A
O
Book
O
O
O
A
O
O
O
O
O
A
A
O
Edge
O
O
O
O
A
O
O
O
O
A
A
O
Margin
O
O
O
O
O
A
O
O
O
A
A
O
Non-Sort
O
O
O
O
O
O
A
A
A
A
A
O
Sort
O
O
O
O
O
O
A
A
A
A
A
O
Sort-Rotate
O
O
O
O
O
O
A
A
A
A
A
O
Manual Skyshot
O
✕
✕
O
O
O
–
–
–
A
A
✕
Interrupt
O
✕
O
O
O
O
–
–
–
✕
✕
✕
O : Possible Combined Functions.
✕ : Unavailable Combined Functions.
A : Next Selection is Carried Out.
– : Indicates that SORT mode cannot be used. Non-sort operation is carried out.
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Remarks
2 in 1 Copy
2-ORIGINAL H
COPY
Margin
SORT
Other
Functions
SORT
Zoom Copy
First
Selections
Other
Functions
Margin
Zoom Copy
Next
Selections
Function
■ Using Function Modes to Change the Initial Copy Modes
Options
General
Functions
Copier
Settings
LAN Settings
Printer
Settings
Input Identification Code
Copier
Settings for
Key Operator
■ Procedure
LAN Settings
for Key
Operator
Printer
Settings for
Key Operator
Function Key
Making Copies
General
Functions for
Key Operator
Reset Key
Copy Size Paper Tray
Key
Key
FUNCTION MODE (1-2)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ∧
# Press the Function Key
$ Press 1 (GENERAL FUNCTIONS) or 2
(COPIER SETTINGS) key. You may also use
the (G or F) keys.
% Press the SET key.
& Press the Keypad to select function modes
or use the (G or F) keys.
( Follow the on screen instructions.
) After setting, press the SET key to set up the
function.
■ Checking the Copier’s Total Counter
To display the copier’s Total Counter, press the Copy Size and Paper Tray keys
simultaneously.
NOTE
C Please refer to each options operating instructions for function settings.
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Function
General Functions
No.
26
Modes
Function
Initial
Setting
00
SORT MODE DEFAULT
Selects the sort mode.
C NON-SORT, SORT
NON-SORT
05
SORT MEMORY USAGE
Displays the amount of sort memory used on
the panel.
C INVALID, VALID
INVALID
06
DEPT. COUNTER
Copy usage and copy limit of the selected
department and total copy usage will appear
on the screen.
Consult
your
service
technician.
08
SORT-ROTATE DEFAULT
Select Sort-Rotate mode.
COFF, ON
ON
09
KEY OPERATOR MODE
Input the key operator ID code.
Function
Copier Settings
Modes
Function
Initial
Setting
00
MARGIN DEFAULT
Selects the margin position and shift value.
C POSITION (Left, Right, Top, Bottom)
C VALUE (5 - 99 mm)
LEFT
10 mm
01
EDGE DEFAULT
EQUAL RATE
5 mm
02
BOOK MARGIN DEF.
Selects the edge mode (Equal Rate = set the
same value for X & Y or Individual = set the
value for X & Y individually) and width.
C EQUAL RATE (X & Y ), INDIVIDUAL
C 5 - 99 mm
Selects the book Center Void margin width.
C 5- 99 mm
03
FRAME MARGIN
Select the reduction ratio in margin mode.
C INVALID, VALID
INVALID
04
2-SIDED MODE DEF.
Function sets the duplex priority mode.
COFF, 1 \ 2, 2 \ 2, Book \ 2
OFF
05
2 in 1 WITH FRAME
Selects whether or not to disable edge deletion.
C INVALID, VALID
INVALID
06
DIGITAL SKYSHOT
Enables or disables the use of skyshot mode.
C OFF, NORMAL, QUALITY
NORMAL
07
MANUAL SKYSHOT
Enables or disables the use of Manual
Skyshot.
C OFF; M1 ON; M2 ON; M1, M2 ON
OFF
08
AUTO EXPOSURE
Automatically adjusts the copy density for text
and photographic originals.
C INVALID, VALID
INVALID
09
1 \ 2 BINDING DEF.
Selects the binding location for 1 \ 2 Copy.
C LONG EDGE, SHORT EDGE
LONG EDGE
10
2 \ 1 BINDING DEF.
Selects the binding location for 2 \ 1 Copy.
C LONG EDGE, SHORT EDGE
LONG EDGE
11
BOOK \ 2 DEFAULT
Selects the page order and book format for
Book \ 2 Copy.
1. BOOK FORMAT (1: FACING, 2: FLIPPING)
2. PAGE ORDER (1: L \ R, 2: R \ L)
FACING
L\R
12
2 in 1 DEFAULT
Selects the orientation and layout for 2 in 1 Copy. PORTRAIT
L\R
C ORIENTATION (Portrait, L-Scape)
C LAYOUT (L \ R, R \ L)
13
2 PAGE MODE DEF.
Selects the 2 page mode.
C L \ R, R \ L
14
KEY OPERATOR MODE
Input key operator ID code.
NOTE
20 mm
L\R
C Certain Functions or Parameters are available for selection only when their
respective option is installed.
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Making Copies
No.
Function
General Functions for Key Operator
No.
Function
Selects the Control Panel reset time.
C OFF, 30 sec, 1 min., 2 min., 3 min.,
4 min.
Sets the Energy Saver mode and time.
C INVALID, ENERGY-SAVER, SLEEP
Energy save mode timer : 1-120 minutes
Sleep mode timer
: 1-120 minutes
Initial
Setting
1 min.
01
AUTO RESET TIME
02
ENERGY SAVER MODE
04
LANGUAGE DEFAULT
05
SPECIAL TRAY 1
06
SPECIAL TRAY 2
09
KEY/TOUCH BEEP
10
BYPASS SET BEEP
11
ORIG.SET BEEP ADF
Sets the sound when put paper(s) on ADF.
C 1: INVALID 2: VALID
VALID
14
DEPT. COUNTER MODE
Consult
your
service
technician.
22
TCP/IP ADDRESS
23
TCP/IP SUBNET MSK
24
TCP/IP G/W ADDR.
25
COPY SETTING LIST
Monitors copy usage of each department.
(1) TOTAL COUNTER
(2) DEPT. COUNTER
(3) DEPT. COUNTER LIST
∗ Sets the IP Address assigned to your machine.
C 3 digit × 4 (Use the MEMORY IN key to
enter the "." between each set of 3-digit
numbers)
∗ Sets the Subnet Mask.
C 3 digit × 4 (Use the MEMORY IN key to
enter the "." between each set of 3-digit
numbers)
∗ Sets the Subnet Mask.
C 3 digit × 4 (Use the MEMORY IN key to
enter the "." between each set of 3-digit
numbers)
Prints list containg Current Setting and
Standard Setting.
NOTE
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Modes
SLEEP
Selects the message language of the display.
A-ENGLISH
C A-ENGLISH, C-FRENCH, SPANISH
Sets the paper tray for special paper (ex: colored). NONE
C NONE, TRAY 1, TRAY 2, BYPASS
Sets the paper tray for special paper.
C NONE, TRAY 1, TRAY 2, BYPASS
Sets the panel touch sound.
C OFF, SOFT, LOUD
Sets the sound when put paper(s) on bypass
tray.
C 1: INVALID 2: VALID
NONE
SOFT
INVALID
Contact
your
Network
Adminstrator.
Contact
your
Network
Adminstrator.
Contact
your
Network
Adminstrator.
C It is necessary to input the Key Operator ID code before changing items on
this page.
C The Special Tray 1 and 2 are not auto-selectable in the switching mode.
∗ Not available for plain copier, but will be available when installing options
for advanced functions. (See page 50)
Function
Copier Settings for Key Operator
Modes
Initial
Setting
Function
00
PAPER SIZE PRIOR.
Specifies the paper size in manual paper size
setting mode.
LETTER h
01
ORIGINAL (HOME)
02
TEXT CONTRAST
T/P
(Text/Photo)
3
03
T/P CONTRAST
04
PHOTO CONTRAST
Selects original setting
C TEXT, T/P (Text/Photo), PHOTO
Selects contrast for Text mode
C1 ~ 5
Selects contrast for Text/Photo mode
C1 ~ 5
Selects contrast for Photo mode
C1 ~ 5
10
MAX. COPY SETTING
12
M1, SIZE
13
M2, SIZE
Input a size in memory 2 for frequent usage
size.
C X: 5~432/Y: 5~297 mm
(See page 22)
16
MEM. FULL ACTION
Selects the memory full action
C PRINT, CANCEL
NOTE
Determines whether to limit number of copies
C 1 ~ 999
Input a size in memory 1 for frequent usage
size.
C X: 5~432/Y: 5~297 mm
(See page 22)
3
3
999
70 × 160 mm
(X) (Y)
95 × 220 mm
(X) (Y)
Print
C It is necessary to input the Key Operator ID code before changing items on
this page.
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Making Copies
No.
Function
Function Setting
■ Changing the Auto Exposure Setting
You can select whether the copying density is adjusted automatically for text and photographic
originals.
1
2
Press the Function Key
Proceed as Follows:
FUNCTION MODE (1-2)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ∧
2:COPIER SETTINGS
PRESS SET TO SELECT
# Press the 2 key to select COPIER SETTINGS.
COPIER PARAM. (00-14)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ∧
$ Press the SET key.
08 AUTO EXPOSURE
2:VALID
% Press 8 and SET key to select AUTO
EXPOSURE MODE.
& Press 1 or 2 key whether Auto Exposure is to be
carried out or not.
( Press the SET key to set up the AUTO
EXPOSURE MODE.
) Press the RESET key to exit the Function mode.
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Function
Function Setting for Key Operator
■ Changing the Paper Size
The paper trays are designed to accommodate invoice, letter, letter R, legal and ledger size
paper. To change the paper size, perform the steps shown below.
1
Proceed as Follows:
Making Copies
2
Press the Function Key
FUNCTION MODE (1-2)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ∧
# Press the 1 key to select GENERAL
FUNCTIONS.
1:GENERAL FUNCTIONS
PRESS SET TO SELECT
$ Press the SET key.
GENERAL PARAM. (0-9)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ∧
% Press 9 key.
09 KEY OPERATOR MODE
ENTER PASSWORD=- ■ ■
& Input the Key Operator ID code (3 digit)
and the SET key.
KEY OPR. MODE (00-25)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ∧
( Press 00 and 1 or 2 key to select
the PAPER SIZE.
00 PAPER SIZE
1:TRAY-1[LTRB]
) Press SET to select the paper tray and
press (G or F) keys to set the paper
size.
Paper size changes are as follows.
Letter R
Invoice R
A3
B4
A4
Letter
A4R
Legal
B5
Ledger
FLS2
FLS1
A5R
B5R
* Press the SET key to set up the PAPER
SIZE.
+ Press the RESET key, then exit the
Function mode.
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Function
Function Setting for Key Operator
3
Changing the Paper Guide and Paper Size Indicator in the Paper Tray
# Pull out paper tray and remove paper.
$ Move the paper guide a to the paper
length required.
Stopper
Paper
Guide a
Paper
Guide b
% Move the paper guide b to the paper
width required.
Pinch the stopper to move the paper
guide b.
& Change the paper size indicator.
Size Indicator
( Close the paper tray.
NOTE
32
C It is recommended that the paper guide b be fixed in place with screws.
Consult an authorized servicing dealer for details on how to fasten using
screws.
Function
■ Departmental Counter
The Key operator can manage, limit copies, counters and code numbers for each department.
(Maximum department number: 50)
1
Proceed as Follows:
FUNCTION MODE (1-2)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ∧
# Press the 1 key to select GENERAL
FUNCTIONS.
1:GENERAL FUNCTIONS
PRESS SET TO SELECT
$ Press the SET key.
GENERAL PARAM. (0-9)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ∧
& Press the Key Operator ID code (3 digit)
and SET key.
KEY OPR. MODE (00-25)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ∧
( Press 14 and the SET key to select
DEPT. COUNTER MODE.
% Press 9 key.
09 KEY OPERATOR MODE
ENTER PASSWORD=- ■ ■
NOTE
C To reset the function mode, press the RESET key.
C Contact your authorized servicing dealer to enable the Departmental Counter
feature.
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Making Copies
2
Press the Function Key
Function
Function Setting for Key Operator
3
Select the Department Counter Mode.
14 DEPT.COUNTER MODE
1:TOTAL COUNTER
DEPT. CODE (01-50)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ∧
4
Press 2 and the SET key.
Change the Department ID Code, limit the maximum number of copies
and department Counter number.
I.D CODE
01:1234
# Press the Keypad and the SET key to input the
Department ID Code.
01: 1234
Department ID Code
Department No.
MAX COPIES
01:123456
$ Press the Keypad and the SET key to input the
maximun number of copies.
01: 123456
Maximun number of copies (6 digits)
Department No.
DEPT.COUNTER
01:123456
% Press the Keypad and the SET key (G or F keys) to
select the Department No.
01: 123456
Counter (6 digits)
Department No.
& Press 0 and the SET key (Input “0”) to clear the counter.
NOTE
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C To reset the function mode, press the RESET key.
Accessories
Components
ADF (Automatic Document Feeder)
(DA-AS180)
C Feeds originals automatically.
C For 2 in 1 copying.
Image Memory
(DA-SM16B/SM28B)
C 16/128 MB
C To increase the memory capacity for
electronic sorting.
10/100 Ethernet Interface/
Internet Fax Kit
(DA-NE200)
C Network Interface Board
∗
PCL6 is a Page Description Language of the Hewlett-Packard Company.
C The table below shows the options which are required for various functions.
C Contact your authorized servicing dealer for details on combinations of options.
Sort-Rotate
Sort
Manual Skyshot
Other
Functions
SORT
Non-Sort
Margin
Edge
Margin
Book
2 Page Copy
Options
2 in 1 Copy
2-ORIGINAL H
COPY
Function
Zoom Copy
NOTE
2nd Paper Feed Module
(DA-DS182)
C To increase the paper feed
sources and capacity.
Paper Feed Module × 1
(550 sheets)
Options
PCL6 Emulation Kit
(DA-PC210)
C Printer Controller for PCL6*
ADF
2nd Paper Feed Module
:Required
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Accessories
Automatic Document Feeder
■ ADF (DA-AS180)
1. Features
# Automatic Original Feeding
C The ADF tray can hold up to 50 Letter size originals of 20 lb (80 g/m2) paper (up to 30 Legal or
Ledger size originals).
It can accommodate originals from invoice to ledger size.
C Automatic original size detection.
$ 2 in 1 Copy
C To make a 1-Sided copy (full size or reduction), from two 1-Sided originals side-by-side.
2. Components
C Set the originals up to the upper limit arrow.
ADF Tray
Original Guides
Adjust to the original’s width
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Accessories
3. Operation
■ Operation Procedure
ADF
Face-Up
1
23
Number of
Copies
Place the
Original
C Paste-ups
C Pressure sensitive or carbon backed papers
C Paper with excessive curl
C Stapled originals
C Freshly printed copies from a laser printer
Options
Inappropriate originals
C Paper with a smooth surface such as glossy
and coated papers
CTransparencies
C Originals with a lead edge that is “creased”,
“folded”, “punched” or “glued”
Press
START
NOTE
C To copy these kinds of originals, use the Platen Glass instead.
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Problem Solving
J)
Adding Paper (J
■ 550-Sheet Paper Tray
1
Pull the paper tray out.
2
Place the paper with the copying
surface facing upward.
3
Make sure paper is not loaded
above the overfill indicator located
in the paper tray.
4
Firmly push the paper tray back
into the copier.
ATTENTION
38
Special papers, like glossy paper, mailing
labels and transparencies cannot be used
in the paper tray. Use the sheet bypass
for special paper.
C Do not use paper with folds or wrinkles.
Refer to page 30 for details on changing the paper size for the paper tray.
C Unused paper should always be placed into a bag and the opening should be sealed
for storage.
If the paper is left exposed, problems such as paper curl, paper jams, wrinkles or
loss of copied image quality may occur.
Problem Solving/U13
?)
Adding the Toner and Replacing Toner Waste Container (?
1
Open the front cover.
2
Remove the toner waste container by
slowly pulling it towards the left as
illustrated.
3
Seal the container with the enclosed
cap and dispose of it properly.
Cap
4
1
2
ATTENTION
# Turn the empty Toner Bottle
counter-clockwise until it stops. The
Arrow mark (Unlocked symbol )
visible on the end of the Toner
Bottle is aligned with the Arrow
mark on the machine.
Note: To prevent toner spill, ensure that
the key is facing upwards
before removing the toner bottle.
$ Pull out the empty Toner Bottle.
Note: If the bottle will not pull out from
the machine, turn the bottle
slightly in either direction to
release the key and try it again.
C For optimum copy quality use the recommended Panasonic toner. Store toner in a cool
dark place. Do not unseal toner before use. Use it as fast as possible after unsealing.
C When U13 is displayed the Add Toner Warning Indicator will begin to flash. This message
is to prompt you that the toner bottle is nearly empty (approx. 300-sheets can be printed).
This message will continue to be displayed until the bottle is replaced. When the countdown counter reaches 0, the copier will stop operating. To clear the message and enable
the copier to operate, replace the empty toner bottle with a new one.
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J
?
Problem Solving
?)
Adding the Toner and Replacing Toner Waste Container (?
5
# Shake the new toner bottle four
or five times to loosen the
contents.
2
1
$ Remove the cap from the toner
bottle.
6
1
2
2-1
2-3
Incorrect
Correct
2-2
7
Install a new toner waste
container.
8
Close the front cover.
ATTENTION
40
# Align the Key of the bottle, also
represented by the Arrow mark
(Unlocked symbol ) visible on
the end of the Toner Bottle with
the Arrow mark on the machine.
Note: To prevent toner spill,
ensure that the key is facing
upwards before installing the
bottle.
$ Insert the bottle as far as it will
go, then turn it clockwise (160°,
approx. 1/2 turn) until it locks
(Locked symbol ).
Note: If the bottle is not inserted
all the way into the machine
as illustrated, turn the bottle
slightly in either direction to
engage the key and try it
again.
C Do not reuse the toner from the Toner Waste Container.
Problem Solving
Removing a Misfed Paper
■ Paper Misfeed Indicators and Locations
When a paper misfeed occurs, the misfeed indicator and the misfeed
location(s) will be displayed on the panel display.
I Misfeed Indicator
Paper Misfeed Locations
A: ADF (see page 45)
(J70, J71)
B: Copier (Paper Exit, Paper Entry/Transport)
area (see page 42)
(J51 - J59, J80)
C: Paper Feed Module (see page 44)
(J00 - J50)
I
NOTE
C Make sure that the misfeed indicator goes off after removing the misfed
paper.
C The misfeed indicator will not go off if the paper is still jammed in the copier.
Check again and remove all misfed paper.
41
Problem Solving
Removing a Misfed Paper
■ Paper Exit Area
C Make sure that the misfeed indicator
goes off after removing all misfed
paper.
1
ATTENTION
42
Remove the misfed paper.
C Make sure that the misfeed indicator goes off after removing all misfed paper.
Problem Solving
■ Paper Entry/Transport Area
C Make sure that the misfeed indicator
goes off after removing all misfed
paper.
1
Open the right cover.
2
Remove the misfed paper.
3
If copy paper is fed far into the copier;
# Turn the right paper clearing knob.
$ Remove the misfed paper.
4
# Open the heat roller cover.
$ Remove the misfed paper.
% Close the right cover.
Caution
heated
surface
Caution: This fuser area may be
hot.
I
ATTENTION
C Make sure that the misfeed indicator goes off after removing all misfed paper.
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Problem Solving
Removing a Misfed Paper
■ Paper Feed Module
C Make sure that the misfeed indicator
goes off after removing all misfed
paper.
1
# Pull out the paper tray.
$ Remove the misfed paper.
% Return the paper tray to the original
position.
2
# Open the feed cover.
$ Remove the misfed paper.
% Close the feed cover.
ATTENTION
44
C Make sure that the misfeed indicator goes off after removing all misfed paper.
Problem Solving
■ ADF
C Make sure that the misfeed indicator
goes off after removing all misfed
paper.
1
# Open the entry cover.
$ Remove the misfed paper.
% Close the entry cover.
2
# Open the ADF cover.
Note: To prevent damaging the originals,
open the ADF cover before
removing the misfed original(s).
$ Remove the misfed paper.
% Close the ADF Cover.
& Close the ADF.
I
ATTENTION
C Push the tab on the center of the ADF cover to close it.
C Make sure that the misfeed indicator goes off after removing all misfed
paper.
C To prevent original(s) damage, please make sure ADF cover open before
removing misfed original(s).
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Troubleshooting
Before Calling Service
Check
Action
Unit Does Not Operate
Check if the Power Switch is turned On and
if the power cord is connected to the outlet.
Does the display light?
(No)
Does the Energy Saver key flash (or light)
and displays are turned OFF? (See page
20)
(No)
Does any of the U## codes and messages
appear on the display?
(U01, U07, U13, U14, U16, U20 and U21)
(See page 48)
(Yes)
Press Energy Saver key on the control
panel.
(Yes)
Perform actions in accordance with each
message.
(Yes)
(No)
Does the add paper indicator and message
appear on the display? (J)∗
(No)
Add paper. (See page 38)
(Yes)
Does the paper misfeed indicator and
message appear on the display? (I)
(No)
Remove the misfed paper. (See page 41)
(Yes)
Does E#-## indicator and message appear
on the display?
Turn the copier Off, then On. If the error
code does not clear, call for service.
(Yes)
When the Add Toner Warning Indicator begins to flash∗ or is lit, replace the toner bottle with a new
one. After this warning is activated, machine operation will begin with the Toner Charging Mode
(approximately 3 minutes to complete) each time the power switch is turned Off then On or if the
Front/Right Cover is opened and then closed.
Note: ∗When the warning indicator starts flashing, a 300-sheet count-down counter is activated,
and upon reaching 0 the machine will stop operating. The 300-sheet counter is based on
6% fill, depending on the density some pages may print Blank.
Machine operation and displays are as follows:
1. When turning the power switch to On or opening and then closing the Front/Right Cover, the
machine starts to warm-up and the LCD displays:
PLEASE WAIT...
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Troubleshooting
2. The Toner Charging Mode starts and the LCD displays:
CHARGING TONER
Add Toner Warning Indicator:
C Flashing = Toner Bottle is nearly empty
C Lit
= Toner Bottle is empty
3. This message is displayed for approximately 200 seconds.
CHARGING TONER
.....
∗C Each “.” is approximately 10 sec.
4. This massage will continue to be displayed until the warm-up cycle is completed, and if the toner
bottle was replaced, upon completion, the Add Toner Warning Indicator automatically turns Off.
Check
Action
Light Copies
Press the Darker key until the indicator
LED is set to Darker. (See page 12)
Does the exposure indicator say “Lighter”?
(No)
(Yes)
Does the add toner indicator and message
appear on the display? (?)
Add the Toner. (See page 38)
(Yes)
Marked Copies
Is the copier platen glass or platen cover
dirty?
Clean the glass or platen cover.
(See below)
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Others
(Yes)
Troubleshooting
User Error Codes (U Code)
The self-diagnostic functions detect troubles in the important components of the copier.
When any trouble occurs, the copier stops.
Code
U01
U07
U13
Display Message
CLOSE FRONT/RT COVER
CLOSE FEED COVER
ADD TONER
NO WASTE TONER BOX
U14
WASTE TONER BOX IS FULL
U16
U20
NO WASTE TONER BOX
CLOSE ADF COVER
U21
CLOSE PLATEN COVER
Check Points
Front Cover is open.
Feed Cover is open.
1. Toner Cartridge is incorrectly installed.
2. Low Toner.
1. Toner Waste Container is incorrectly
installed.
2. Toner Waste Container is full of toner.
No Toner Waste Container.
ADF Cover is open.
While the copier is initializing, the ADF
Cover was opened. (Optional ADF installed)
■ If the measures outlined above do not solve the problem, call your Service provider.
Copier Care
■ As a rule, clean weekly.
Platen
Cover
Platen
(glass)
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Platen/Platen Cover
# Wipe marks off with a cloth and a neutral
detergent.
$ Wipe again with a dry cloth.
Specifications
■ DP-1810P (Copier)
Type:
Desktop
Platen Type:
Fixed
Acceptable Originals:
Sheets, Books (max. Ledger)
Copying Method:
Laser Electrophotography
Fixing Method:
Heat Roller Fixing
Imaging Method:
Dry-Type Single component imaging
Resolution:
Max. 600 dpi
Maximum Copy Size:
Ledger
Void Area:
Max. 0.2 in (5 mm)
Warm Up Time:
Approx. 30 seconds (68°F/20°C)
First Copy Time:
Approx. 6.5 seconds (Letter
Multi-Copy Speed:
18 Letter size copies per minute
Enlargement Ratios:
Preset: 121%, 129%, 155%, 200%
Variable: from 101% to 200% in 1% increments
Reduction Ratios:
Preset: 79%, 77%, 65%, 61%, 50%
Variable: from 99% to 50% in 1% increments
Paper Feed:
Paper tray (550 sheets × 1) + Sheet bypass (50 sheets)
2nd Paper feed module (550 sheets - option)
Paper Weight:
Paper Tray: 16 - 24 lb (60 - 90 g/m2)
[Sheet Bypass: 15 - 34 lb (56 - 128 g/m2)]
Quantity Selector:
Max. 999 sheets (output tray capacity is 250 sheets)
Electrical Requirements:
AC 120V, 50/60Hz, 9A
Energy Consumption:
Max. 1.2 kW, 1.5 Wh in Sleep Mode
Dimensions (W × D × H):
23.1 × 23.8 × 18.0 in
(588 × 605 × 458 mm)
Weight:
90 lb (41 kg)
Operating Environment:
Temperature: 50°F (10°C ) - 95°F (35°C) Relative Humidity: 45% - 85%
(However, the humidity should be 70% or less at a temperature of 95°F (35°C),
and the temperature should be 86°F (30°C) or less at a humidity level of 85%.)
, from 1st tray)
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Others
C Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Specifications
■ ADF (DA-AS180)
DA-AS180
Tray Capacity:
Letter, Invoice: 50 sheets (20 lb)
Ledger, Legal: 30 sheets (20 lb)
Paper Size:
Invoice/Letter/Legal/Ledger
Paper Weight:
14 – 28 lb (50 – 110 g/m2)
Electrical Requirements:
Supplied from the copier
Dimensions (W × D × H):
21.7 × 20.5 × 5.3 in
(552 × 520 × 135 mm)
Weight:
18.3 lb (8.3 kg)
■ 2nd Paper Feed Module (DA-DS182)
DA-DS182
Paper Size:
Invoice/Letter/Legal/Ledger
Paper Weight:
16 – 24 lb (60 – 90 g/m2)
Electrical Requirements:
Supplied from the copier
Dimensions (W × D × H):
21.7 × 6.1 × 23.0 in
(550 × 155 × 585 mm)
Weight:
20.9 lb (9.5 kg)
C Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Options and Supplies
■ The DP-1810P is a digital photocopier which can produce images with great clarity. Furthermore, its
copying functionality can also be greatly enhanced by the addition of the following options and supplies.
We hope you find that the wide ranging capabilities will make your office-place more productive and efficient.
■ Options
Part Name
Part No.
Remarks
Automatic Document Feeder
DA-AS180
2nd Paper Feed Module
DA-DS182
Image Memory (16 MB)
DA-SM16B
For Electronic Sorting
Image Memory (128 MB)
DA-SM28B
For Electronic Sorting
Also referred as ADF
■ For Printer
Part Name
Part No.
PCL6 Emulation Kit
DA-PC210
10/100 Ethernet Interface/
Internet Fax Kit
DA-NE200
Remarks
Printer Controller for PCL6∗
Network Interface Board
■ Supplies
Part Name
Part No.
NOTE
DQ-TU10C
∗
PCL6 is a Page Description Language of the Hewlett-Packard Company.
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Others
Toner Bottle
Remarks
52
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U.S.A. Only
WARRANTY
PANASONIC DOCUMENT IMAGING COMPANY MAKES NO WARRANTIES, GUARANTEES OR
REPRESENTATIONS, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, TO CUSTOMER WITH RESPECT TO THIS
PANASONIC MACHINE, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
PANASONIC DOCUMENT IMAGING COMPANY ASSUMES NO RISK AND SHALL NOT BE SUBJECT
TO LIABILITY FOR ANY DAMAGE, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL,
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR LOSS OF PROFITS SUSTAINED BY THE
CUSTOMER IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR APPLICATION OF THIS PANASONIC MACHINE.
SEE YOUR DEALER FOR DETAILS OF DEALER’S WARRANTY.
For Service, Call:
Panasonic Document Imaging Company
A Business Unit of Matsushita Electric Corporation of America
Two Panasonic Way
Secaucus, New Jersey 07094
Panasonic Canada Inc.
5770 Ambler Drive,
Mississauga, Ontario L4W 2T3
S0102-0
DZSD001627-0
January 2002
Printed in Japan
Operating Instructions
(For Panasonic Printing System Ver. 6)
DP-1810/2000/2010/2500/3000
Before operating this software, please read these instructions completely and keep these operating instructions for future reference.
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Troubleshooting
Printer Section
Model No.
Before Use
Software
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The contents of these Operating Instructions are subject to change without notice.
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Table of Contents
Before Use
Precautions .....................................................................................................................
4
For User in USA .............................................................................................
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Printer Section
Installing the Printer Driver ..........................................................................................
Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP ....................................................................
5
5
Installing the LPR (Line Printer Remote) Monitor .......................................................
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Windows 95/98/Me.........................................................................................
Windows NT 4.0 .............................................................................................
Windows 2000/XP ..........................................................................................
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12
16
Windows 95/98/Me.........................................................................................
Windows NT 4.0 (Administrator) ....................................................................
Windows NT 4.0 (User) ..................................................................................
Windows 2000/XP (Administrator) .................................................................
Windows 2000/XP (User) ...............................................................................
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41
49
58
Printing from Windows Applications ...............................................................
Printing on Network ........................................................................................
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67
Configuring the Printer Driver Settings ....................................................................... 20
Print Operation ............................................................................................................... 66
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................. 69
Printing operation fails....................................................................................
Document is not printed correctly...................................................................
Error messages displayed on the computer...................................................
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Printing Area...................................................................................................
Parallel Interface Connector...........................................................................
Font Table ......................................................................................................
Symbol Table .................................................................................................
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Appendix ......................................................................................................................... 72
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Before Use
Precautions
For User in USA
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by
one of the following measures:
1. Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
2. Relocate fax machine with respect to receiver or other equipment.
3. Connect fax machine into outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
4. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Warning: To assure continued compliance, use only shielded interface cable when connecting the facsimile
machine parallel interface port to host computer. Also, any changes or modifications not expressly approved
by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate this equipment.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1)
This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Responsible Party:
Matsushita Electric Corporation of America
One Panasonic Way, Secaucus, NJ 07094
Technical Support:
Panasonic Document Imaging Company/Technical Support Department
Two Panasonic Way, Secaucus, NJ 07094
1-800-225-5329
Email: [email protected]
• You need to read the software license agreement before setting up the Printer Driver.
• You need to read the following precautions which is described in the Machine’s Operating Instructions.
1. Installation
2. Ventilation
3. Handling
4. Toner and Paper
5. For your safety
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Printer Section
Installing the Printer Driver
Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP
1
Insert the Panasonic Printing System Ver. 6
CD-ROM.
2
Click on the desired language.
3
Next
button.
Printer Section
Click on the
4
Click Install Printer Driver.
Continued on the next page...
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Installing the Printer Driver
Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP
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6
Select your machine's model(s) and click the
Next
Click the
button.
Yes
button if you would like
to change your current default printer to the
one that you are installing.
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8
6
Select your new default printer from the New
Printer List and click the
Next
The required files are copied.
button.
Installing the Printer Driver
Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP
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When the setup process is completed, a
message is displayed prompting you to restart
your computer.
Click the
Finish
button to restart your
computer.
The Panasonic/Panafax Printer Driver is installed, and the Panasonic/Panafax Printer icon(s) are added to
the Printer folder.
Printer Section
If you are installing the Printer Driver for network printing, please contact your network administrator for the
IP Address of the machine and proceed to the next section to install the LPR Monitor service after your
computer has rebooted.
NOTE
1. When installing on Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 2000/XP, log onto the computer/network
with an account rights of Administrator.
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Installing the LPR (Line Printer Remote) Monitor
Windows 95/98/Me
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2
3
8
Insert the provided CD-ROM.
Click on the desired language.
Click on the
Next
button.
4
Click Install LPR Monitor.
5
The Setup dialog box appears.
Click on the
Next
button.
Installing the LPR (Line Printer Remote) Monitor
Windows 95/98/Me
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The setup program copies the necessary files onto
your Hard Disk.
When the setup process is completed, a message
is displayed prompting you to restart your
computer.
It is recommended that you restart your computer
now so that the LPR Monitor is started.
Click on the
7
OK
button.
After your computer is rebooted, click the Start
button, point to Settings, and then click Printers.
The Printers folder appears.
Right-click on your desired printer (Ex. Panasonic
Printer Section
DP-3000 PCL) and select Properties from the popup menu.
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The printer properties dialog box appears.
The following step is to Register the LPR Port for
network printing.
Before proceeding, ensure that the Printer is
installed, connected to the Network, is turned ON
and operating properly.
Continued on the next page...
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Installing the LPR (Line Printer Remote) Monitor
Windows 95/98/Me
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10
Select
the
Add Port...
Details
tab
and
click
on
the
button.
The Add Port dialog box appears. Click the Other
radio button, and select HLPRMON from "Click the
type of port you want to add:" and click on the
OK
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button.
The LPR Port Name dialog box appears.
Type the IP Address of the machine and "lp"as the
queue name separated by a ":"
Ex: 10.74.229.105:lp
Click on the
OK
button. If an error occurs
because the queue name was already used for the
same IP Address, select a different unique name
such as "lpr".
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Installing the LPR (Line Printer Remote) Monitor
Windows 95/98/Me
The screen reverts to the Printer’s Properties.
Check that the "Print to the following port:" was
changed as entered, and click on the Apply button
first and then on the
OK
button.
The printer properties dialog box is closed and you
have now configured the printer as a network printer.
Printer Section
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Installing the LPR (Line Printer Remote) Monitor
Windows NT 4.0
Log in using an account with the administrator's right.
1
Click on the Start button, point to Settings, and click
Control Panel.
The Control Panel window appears.
Double-click on the Network applet.
The Network dialog box appears.
2
Click on the Services tab.
Verify whether the LPR Service is already installed.
(Indicated by Microsoft TCP/IP Printing shown in the
Network Services list.)
If it is already installed, skip over to Step 7. Otherwise
continue installing the LPR Service.
3
Click on the
button to display the
Add...
Select Network Service dialog box, then select
Microsoft TCP/IP Printing.
Click on the
12
OK
button.
Installing the LPR (Line Printer Remote) Monitor
Windows NT 4.0
4
The Windows NT Setup dialog box appears.
Insert the Windows NT 4.0 CD-ROM, and type
D:\i386 (where "D:" is your CD-ROM drive).
Click on the
5
Continue
button.
After the files are copied into your Hard Drive, the
display returns to the Network dialog box. Confirm
that the Microsoft TCP/IP Printing service was added
to Network Services list.
Note:
6
Close
button.
Delete and Reinstall the Microsoft TCP/IP
Printing if an error occurs, and the Microsoft
TCP/IP Printing is displayed in the Network
Services list, but, the OK button does not
change into a Close button.
The Network Settings Change dialog box is
displayed, click on the
button to confirm
Yes
whether to restart your computer now.
You
have
now
completed
the
LPR
Service
installation.
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After your computer is rebooted, click the Start
button, point to Settings, and then click Printers.
The Printers folder appears.
Right-click on your desired printer (Ex. Panasonic
DP-3000 PCL) and select Properties from the popup menu.
Continued on the next page...
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Printer Section
Click on the
Installing the LPR (Line Printer Remote) Monitor
Windows NT 4.0
8
The following step is to Register the LPR Port for
network printing.
Before proceeding, ensure that the Printer is
installed, connected to the Network, is turned ON
and operating properly.
Select
the
Add Port...
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Ports
Tab
and
click
on
the
button.
The Printer Ports dialog box appears.
Select LPR Port and click the
New Port
button.
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The Add LPR compatible printer dialog box
appears.
Enter the IP Address of the Printer in the upper field,
and "lp" for the print queue name in the lower field.
Click on the
OK
button.
(Please wait while the wizard verifies the IP Address
and connectivity to the Network)
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Installing the LPR (Line Printer Remote) Monitor
Windows NT 4.0
The Printer Ports dialog box appears.
Click on the
12
Close
button.
Select the printer port and click the
OK
button.
The printer properties dialog box is closed and you
have now configured the printer as a network printer.
Printer Section
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Installing the LPR (Line Printer Remote) Monitor
Windows 2000/XP
Log in using an account with the administrator's right.
1
Open the Printers folder.
Right-click on your desired printer (Ex.
Panasonic
DP-3000
PCL)
and
select
Properties from the pop-up menu.
The printer properties dialog box appears.
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Select the Ports Tab and click on the
Add Port...
button.
Installing the LPR (Line Printer Remote) Monitor
Windows 2000/XP
3
Select Standard TCP/IP Port and click the
button.
4
Click on the
5
Next
button.
Enter the IP Address and the Port Name and
click the
Note:
Next
button.
The Port Name is automatically
entered by Windows 2000/XP. You
may change this as required.
Continued on the next page...
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Printer Section
New Port ...
Installing the LPR (Line Printer Remote) Monitor
Windows 2000/XP
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Select Custom and click the
Settings...
button.
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1. Under the Protocol, select LPR.
2. Under the LPR Settings, enter the
Queue Name (Ex. LPR1) and check the
LPR Byte Counting Enabled.
3. Click on the
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Click on the
Next
OK
button.
button.
Installing the LPR (Line Printer Remote) Monitor
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Click on the
Finish
button.
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Click on the
Close
button.
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Click on the
Apply
Click on the
OK
Printer Section
Windows 2000/XP
button.
button.
The printer properties dialog box is closed and
you have now configured the printer as a
network printer.
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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings
Windows 95/98/Me
To change the printer settings, open the dialog box for the printer properties by the following steps.
1
2
Click the Start button, point to Settings, and then click
Printers.
Right-click on the desired printer icon in the printers
folder, and select Properties in the dropdown menu.
The printer properties dialog box appears.
NOTE
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1. Upon printing, changing the properties of Paper/Layout, Handling, Quality and Device
Options is allowed by clicking Properties in the print dialog box of an application.
2. Sharing Tab in property dialog box is not displayed unless printer sharing has been specified.
Configuring the Printer Driver Settings
Windows 95/98/Me
1. Comment
Enter comments to the properties, if any.
If another user sets up this printer on his or her computer when sharing the printer, the comment specified
here will also appear on that computer. However, the comment displayed for an already set-up user will
remain unchanged even if the comment is modified later.
2. Separator page
This feature is not available on your machine.
3. Print Test Page button
Prints a test page. This allows the user to verify if the printer is installed properly.
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Printer Section
General Tab
Configuring the Printer Driver Settings
Windows 95/98/Me
Details Tab
1. Print to the following port
Displays either the port to which the printer is connected or the path to the network printer.
To change the printing destination, either select the printing destination port from the list or enter the
network path here.
2. Print using the following driver
Displays the type of the printer driver. Specify the printer being used or a printer model which can be
emulated with the printer being used.
3.
Capture Printer Port...
/
End Capture...
button
Assigns a port to the network drive or cancels a port assigned to the network drive.
4. Timeout settings - Not selected
Specify the amount of time (in seconds) allowed to elapse before the printer becomes online. If the printer
is not online within this duration, an error message will be displayed.
5. Timeout settings - Transmission retry
Specify the amount of time (in seconds) allowed to elapse before the printer is ready for printing. If the
printer is not ready for printing within this duration, an error message will be displayed.
Increase this value if a timeout error occurs when printing a large document.
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6.
/
button
Delete Port...
Adds/deletes a new port or a new network path.
7.
button
Updates or modifies the printer driver.
Add Port...
New Driver...
Configuring the Printer Driver Settings
Windows 95/98/Me
8.
button
Specify the method of sending (spool) documents from the program to the printer.
• Spool Data Type
Select spool data type (EMF format or RAW format). Specifying RAW format results in longer time
before placing an application operational after printing on the application.
Spool Settings...
Note: Spooling by EMF format (metafile compression) may cause the following problems on some
application software.
1) Printing result is different from the screen display.
2) Printing requires excessive time.
• Enable bidirectional support
Be sure to check the check box for "Enable bidirectional support" when installing the status monitor.
Otherwise, printing may not function properly.
button
Modifies printer port settings.
Port Settings...
Printer Section
9.
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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings
Windows 95/98/Me
Sharing Tab
1. Not Shared/Shared As
Select whether to display or use this printer with other computers.
2. Share Name
Specify the name of the shared printer. The displayed name can be used as it is or a new name may be
entered. The name specified at this time will be displayed when other users view information about the
printer on the network.
3. Comment
You can enter comment regarding a shared printer (such as the type of printer and the location where it is
installed). When other users view information about the printer on the network, the comment specified
here will be displayed.
4. Password
Specify a password when other users will connect to this printer.
Leave the box blank in order not to use any password.
NOTE
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1. Sharing Tab in property dialog box is not displayed unless printer sharing has been specified.
Configuring the Printer Driver Settings
Windows 95/98/Me
1. Security Print Password (For DP-1810F/2000/2500/3000)
Set the password for Security Print, to enable the feature.
2. Duplex Unit (For DP-2000/2500)
Check this checkbox if the Automatic Duplex Unit (DA-MD200) is installed.
3. Inner Tray (For DP-2000/2500/3000)
Check this checkbox if the Exit Tray (Inner) and the Dual-Path Exit Guide Unit (DA-XN200/FK200) are
installed.
Specifying inner bins, Inner 1 and Inner 2, is allowed for printing on the printer.
4. Outer Tray (For DP-2000/2500/3000)
Check this checkbox if the Outer Tray (DA-XT200) is installed.
Setting of this option is allowed when the Inner Tray option is enabled.
5. Finisher (For DP-2000/2500/3000)
Check this checkbox if the 1-Bin Finisher (DA-FS200) is installed.
Setting of this option is allowed when the Inner Tray option is enabled. The staple function also is
selectable when this option is enabled.
6. Number of Paper Tray
Select the number of available paper trays for the printer if an optional Paper Feed Module is installed.
7. Printer/Fax Memory (For DP-1810F/2000/2500/3000)
Select the size of the Expansion Flash Memory Card or whether a Fax Option (2MB) has been installed,
to enable Security Print.
8.
Restore Defaults button
Return all items in the Device Options Tab to standard settings (default).
9.
button
About...
Displays the version information about the printer driver.
NOTE
1. Device Options Tab specifies device-specific settings and settings of optional devices.
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Printer Section
Device Options Tab
Configuring the Printer Driver Settings
Windows 95/98/Me
Paper/Layout Tab
1. Paper Size
Select a document size.
2. Paper Source
Specify where the paper you want to use is located in the machine. If you choose Auto Selection, the
printer driver will automatically select an appropriate tray according to the Paper Size.
3. Orientation
Select the print orientation (Portrait/Landscape).
4. Copies (1-999)
Specify the number of copies to be printed. If the number of copies to be printed can be specified within
the application, indicate one copy here and specify the number of copies in the Print dialog box of the
application.
DP-1810P/1810F/2010E/3000 Driver only
Printer controlled
The printer controls numbers of copies.
(Prints faster utilizing the Sort Memory of printer.)
Note: If the Collation can be specified on the application's Print dialog box,
make sure it is unchecked in order for this setting to function properly.
Printer driver controlled
The printer driver controls number of copies.
(Prints slower not utilizing the Sort Memory of printer.)
5. Zoom (25-400%)
Specify an enlargement or reduction percentage when printing documents. If enlargement/reduction can
be set within the application, indicate 100% here and specify the enlargement/reduction percentage in
the Print dialog box of the application.
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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings
Windows 95/98/Me
6. Magnify
Select a fixed enlargement/reduction ratio according to the paper size. Specifying the magnification ratio
changes the Zoom to display the actual enlargement/reduction percentage.
7. N in 1
Specify the layout pattern for printing multiple documents on a single sheet of paper.
Selecting 2 in 1 or 4 in 1 changes the Zoom to display the actual enlargement/reduction percentage.
Note: 2 in 1 or 4 in 1 allows the user to select the following layouts under the Position field:
2 in 1 Portrait
2
2
Pattern 1
1
1
2
Pattern 2
2
1
Pattern 1
Pattern 2
4 in 1 Portrait
1
2
1
3
2
1
3
1
3
4
2
4
4
3
4
2
Pattern 1
Pattern 2
Pattern 3
Printer Section
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2 in 1 Landscape
Pattern 4
4 in 1 Landscape
1
2
1
3
2
1
3
1
3
4
2
4
4
3
4
2
Pattern 1
Pattern 2
Pattern 3
8.
button
Return all items in Paper/Layout Tab to standard settings (default).
9.
button
Displays the version information about the printer driver.
Pattern 4
Restore Defaults
About...
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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings
Windows 95/98/Me
Handling Tab
1. Sorter
Select whether to Stack or Sort when printing multiple copies.
Note 1) When the Staple is set to On, the Rotate-Sort and Shift-Sort is not activated even if it is
selected.
2) Shift-Sort is not available on DP-1810P/1810F/2010E.
2. Printing on both sides (Duplex) (For DP-2000/2010E/2500/3000)
Select duplex printing for printing on both sides.
Note 1) Duplex Printing is allowed only when the Dual-Path Exit Guide Unit, Paper Transport Unit and
Automatic Duplex Unit (DA-FK200/FK210/MD200) are mounted.
2) Check [Duplex Unit] check box in Device Options Tab.
3. Flipping Direction (For DP-2000/2010E/2500/3000)
Select binding side (Long Edge/Short Edge) for duplex printing.
4. Binding Margin (For DP-2000/2010E/2500/3000)
Select the binding margin upon duplex printing.
The width of the binding margin is specified on the main unit.
5. Output Tray (For DP-2000/2500/3000)
Specify the output destination. (Auto Selection, Inner Tray 1, Inner Tray 2)
Note 1) Output Tray selection is allowed only with Dual-Path Exit Guide Unit, Paper Transport Unit, Exit
Tray (Outer) or 1-Bin Finisher (DA-FK200/FK210/XT200/FS200) is installed.
2) Check [Inner Tray], [Finisher / Outer Tray] check boxes in Device Options Tab.
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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings
Windows 95/98/Me
6. Staple (For DP-2000/2500/3000)
Specifying staple printing is allowed if the output bin is set to outer.
Note 1) Staple printing is allowed only with Electronic Sorting Board (DA-ES200 : For DP-2000 only) and
1-Bin Finisher (DA-FS200) mounted.
2) Select "Sort" in the sort menu.
3) Paper is stapled at the top left or at the top right. (See table below.)
Document orientation
Paper orientation
Stapling position
Top left
Letter
A4
Letter
A4
Letter
A4
Top right
Letter/A4
Note) Stapling on Invoice/B5
sheet is not allowed.
Top right
Letter
A4
Letter/A4
Letter/A4
Top left
Letter/A4
Letter/A4
Note) Stapling on Invoice/B5
sheet is not allowed.
Ledger
Legal
A3
FLS
B4
Ledger
Legal
A3
FLS
B4
Ledger/
Legal/
A3/FLS/B4
Note) Stapling on Invoice/B5 sheet is
not allowed.
Top left
Ledger/
Legal/
A3/FLS/B4
Top right
Ledger/
Legal/
A3/FLS/B4
Note) Stapling on Invoice/B5 sheet is
not allowed.
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Printer Section
Letter
A4
Configuring the Printer Driver Settings
Windows 95/98/Me
7. Image Overlay
Select if you want to use the Overlay feature for printing.
Checking the Save As Overlay check box will save the page to be printed as an overlay image to the
selected Image Name.
• To Save an Overlay Image
1. Create or open an existing file from your application.
2. When you are ready to save the page as an Overlay Image, from the Menu bar, select File | Print.
3. The Print dialog box appears. Select the Panafax facsimile unit printer driver and then click on the
Properties button.
4. From the printer driver Properties dialog box, click on the Handling tab.
5. From the Image Name list box, select a desired name from the list.
NOTE: You can edit the image name to better describe the Overlay Image content for future
reference by clicking on the Edit Image Name Table... button.
6. Check the Save As Overlay check box.
7. Click OK to close and save the settings of the printer driver Properties dialog box.
8. Click OK from your application's Print dialog box to save the page as an Overlay Image.
• To Print a document with an Overlay Image
1. Create or open an existing file to be printed with your application.
2. When you are ready to print the document, from the Menu bar, select File | Print.
3. The Print dialog box appears. Select the Panafax facsimile unit printer driver and then click on the
Properties button.
4. From the printer driver Properties dialog box, click on the Handling tab.
5. From the Image Name list box, select a desired Overlay Image from the list.
6. Be sure the Save As Overlay check box is not checked.
7. Click OK to close and save the settings of the printer driver Properties dialog box.
8. Click OK from your application's Print dialog box to begin printing the document with the selected
Overlay Image on top of each pages.
8.
button
Edit the name of the Overlay Image to better describe its content.
9.
Restore Defaults button
Return all items in the window to standard settings (default).
Edit Image Name Table...
10.
button
About...
Displays the version information about the printer driver.
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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings
Windows 95/98/Me
Printer Section
Quality Tab
1. Resolution
Select the printer resolution (300dpi/600dpi).
2. Text Color
Select the print control of colored text.
• Print all text as black
All colored text is printed as solid black.
• Print colored text with halftone
Colored text is printed using shades of gray.
3.
button
Return all items in the Quality Tab to standard settings (default).
4.
button
About...
Displays the version information about the printer driver.
Restore Defaults
NOTE
1. dpi (dot per inch) means the number of dots contained in one inch. The higher the value is, the
higher the resolution becomes.
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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings
Windows 95/98/Me
Fonts Tab
1. Use printer fonts instead of TrueType fonts
Prints using printer fonts, substituting for the TrueType fonts used in the original document.
The substituting printer font can be set with the Font Substitution Table.
2. Edit Substitution Table button
Displays and edit the Font Substitution Table.
In the original setting, the Font Substitution Table is set to substitute TrueType fonts with the most similar
printer fonts. However, if you wish to modify the substitution, select a font from the list of TrueType fonts
displayed at the top and then select a corresponding Printer font from the Substituted printer fonts list
box.
3. Always use TrueType fonts
Always uses TrueType fonts without substituting them with printer fonts.
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4.
Restore Defaults button
Return all items in the window to standard settings (default).
5.
button
Displays the version information about the printer driver.
About...
Configuring the Printer Driver Settings
Windows NT 4.0 (Administrator)
To change the printer settings, open the dialog box for the printer properties by the following steps.
1
2
3
Log onto the computer/network with an account rights of
Administrator.
Click the Start button, point to Settings, and then click
Printers.
Right-click on the desired printer icon in the printers
folder, and select Properties in the dropdown menu.
Printer Section
The printer properties dialog box appears.
NOTE
1. In Windows NT 4.0, setting the properties depends on the log-in account. This section
describes properties to be specified by an administrator (system manager).
See "Configuring the Printer Driver Settings (User)" for details of user properties. (See page
41)
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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings
Windows NT 4.0 (Administrator)
General Tab
1. Comment
Enter comments to the properties, if any.
If another user sets up this printer on his or her computer when sharing the printer, the comment specified
here will also appear on that computer. However, the comment displayed for an already set-up user will
remain unchanged even if the comment is modified later.
2. Location
Specify the printer location.
3. Driver
Displays the printer driver type. Specify the printer being used or a printer model that can be emulated
with the printer being used.
4.
button
Updates or modifies the printer driver.
5.
button
This feature is not available on your machine.
6.
Print Processor...
button
Specify the processor to be used for printing (Print Processor) and the data type (Default Data type).
New Driver...
Separator Page...
The processor and data type affect the manner in which the printer functions in Windows NT. Normally
they do not need to be modified. However, modification might be necessary when the printer is used with
a special application.
7. Print Test Page button
Prints a test page. This allows the user to verify if the printer is installed properly.
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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings
Windows NT 4.0 (Administrator)
Printer Section
Ports Tab
1. Print to the following port(s)
Displays a list of available ports for printing (Port), their status (Description) and printers that are
connected to these ports (Printer).
2.
/
button
Delete Port...
Add Port...
Adds/deletes a new port or a new network path.
3.
button
Configures the selected port. In case of a parallel port, Transmission Retry should be specified.
Configure Port...
4. Enable bidirectional support
On a printer, this setting enables reception of configuration data and status data from computer. Be sure
to check this checkbox when installing status monitor. Printing may be disabled without checking on the
checkbox.
5. Enable printer pooling
Printer spool allows outputting data from one logical printer to two or more printers. With printer spool
enabled, a transmitted printing job is output to the first printer that allows printing.
NOTE
1. Specify time (seconds) waiting for the printer to be ready for printing. If a printer is not ready for
printing after the specified time has elapsed, an error message is displayed.
2. If a timeout error occurs frequently upon printing a large size document, specify a larger value
here.
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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings
Windows NT 4.0 (Administrator)
Scheduling Tab
1. Available
Schedules the printer for operation. Specify operating hours when From-To is selected.
2. Priority
Sets printing priority. The slider allows the priority to be adjusted from 1 through 99.
3. Spool print documents... / Print directly to the printer
Specify how documents should be sent from the application to the printer.
4. Hold mismatched documents
The spooler compares document settings against printer settings and holds printing of a document if its
settings (Paper Size, Orientation, and so on) do not match the printer settings.
5. Print spooled documents first
Always prints spooled documents first regardless of printing priority.
6. Keep documents after they have printed
Holds documents in the print queue even after they have been printed. These documents can be printed
again directly from the queue regardless of the state the application is in.
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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings
Windows NT 4.0 (Administrator)
1. Not Shared/Shared
Select whether to display or use this printer with other computers.
2. Share Name
Specify the name of the shared printer. The displayed name can be used as it is or a new name may be
entered. The name specified at this time will be displayed when other users view information about the
printer on the network.
3. Alternate Drivers
Specify the operating systems of other computers that might share this printer.
NOTE
1. When sharing a printer on the network, the print driver is installed on one print server, other
computers will automatically copy and use that driver.
For this reason, the print server must be ready with printer drivers for all the operating systems
of all computers that will be sharing the printer.
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Printer Section
Sharing Tab
Configuring the Printer Driver Settings
Windows NT 4.0 (Administrator)
Security Tab
1.
Permissions button
Set printer access privileges.
2.
button
Auditing
Displays the persons who used this printer and how they used.
3.
button
Set the ownership of the printer.
Ownership
NOTE
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1. In order to utilize these features, you need to have selected Audit... from User Manager's
Policies and have enabled File and Object Access in the Audit Policy dialog box.
Configuring the Printer Driver Settings
Windows NT 4.0 (Administrator)
1. Security Print Password (For DP-1810F/2000/2500/3000)
Set the password for Security Print, to enable the feature.
2. Duplex Unit (For DP-2000/2500)
Check this checkbox if the Automatic Duplex Unit (DA-MD200) is installed.
3. Inner Tray (For DP-2000/2500/3000)
Check this checkbox if the Exit Tray (Inner) and the Dual-Path Exit Guide Unit (DA-XN200/FK200) are
installed.
Specifying inner bins, Inner 1 and Inner 2, is allowed for printing on the printer.
4. Outer Tray (For DP-2000/2500/3000)
Check this checkbox if the Outer Tray (DA-XT200) is installed.
Setting of this option is allowed when the Inner Tray option is enabled.
5. Finisher (For DP-2000/2500/3000)
Check this checkbox if the 1-Bin Finisher (DA-FS200) is installed.
Setting of this option is allowed when the Inner Tray option is enabled. The staple function also is
selectable when this option is enabled.
6. Number of Paper Tray
Select the number of available paper trays for the printer if an optional Paper Feed Module is installed.
7. Printer/Fax Memory (For DP-1810F/2000/2500/3000)
Select the size of the Expansion Flash Memory Card or whether a Fax Option (2MB) has been installed,
to enable Security Print.
8.
Restore Defaults button
Return all items in the Device Options Tab to standard settings (default).
9.
button
Displays the version information about the printer driver.
About...
NOTE
1. Device Options Tab specifies device-specific settings and settings of optional devices.
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Printer Section
Device Options Tab
Configuring the Printer Driver Settings
Windows NT 4.0 (Administrator)
Font Substitution Tab
Displays and edit the Font Substitution Table.
In the original setting, the Font Substitution Table is set to substitute TrueType fonts with the most similar
printer fonts. However, if you wish to modify the substitution, select a font from the list of TrueType fonts
displayed at the top and then select a corresponding Printer font from the Substituted printer fonts list box.
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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings
Windows NT 4.0 (User)
To change the printer settings, open the dialog box for the printer properties by the following steps.
Select the printer model in the name box.
Click the
Properties...
button in the Print dialog box.
The printer properties dialog box appears. Click the
desired tabs of the dialog box and specify the properties.
Printer Section
1
2
3
4
Select Print in the File menu of the application.
NOTE
1. In Windows NT 4.0, setting properties depends on the log-in account. This section describes
properties to be specified by a user, upon executing a print operation on an application. See
"Configuring the Printer Driver Settings (Administrator)" for details of administrator properties.
(See page 33)
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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings
Windows NT 4.0 (User)
Paper/Layout Tab
1. Paper Size
Select a document size.
2. Paper Source
Specify where the paper you want to use is located in the machine. If you choose Auto Selection, the
printer driver will automatically select an appropriate tray according to the Paper Size.
3. Orientation
Select the print orientation (Portrait/Landscape).
4. Copies (1-999)
Specify the number of copies to be printed. If the number of copies to be printed can be specified within
the application, indicate one copy here and specify the number of copies in the Print dialog box of the
application.
DP-1810P/1810F/2010E/3000 Driver only
Printer controlled
The printer controls numbers of copies.
(Prints faster utilizing the Sort Memory of printer.)
Note: If the Collation can be specified on the application's Print dialog box,
make sure it is unchecked in order for this setting to function properly.
Printer driver controlled
The printer driver controls number of copies.
(Prints slower not utilizing the Sort Memory of printer.)
5. Zoom (25-400%)
Specify an enlargement or reduction percentage when printing documents. If enlargement/reduction can
be set within the application, indicate 100% here and specify the enlargement/reduction percentage in
the Print dialog box of the application.
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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings
Windows NT 4.0 (User)
6. Magnify
Select a fixed enlargement/reduction ratio according to the paper size. Specifying the magnification ratio
changes the Zoom to display the actual enlargement/reduction percentage.
7. N in 1
Specify the layout pattern for printing multiple documents on a single sheet of paper.
Selecting 2 in 1 or 4 in 1 changes the Zoom to display the actual enlargement/reduction percentage.
Note: 2 in 1 or 4 in 1 allows the user to select the following layouts under the Position field:
2 in 1 Portrait
2
2
Pattern 1
1
1
2
Pattern 2
2
1
Pattern 1
Pattern 2
4 in 1 Portrait
1
2
1
3
2
1
3
1
3
4
2
4
4
3
4
2
Pattern 1
Pattern 2
Pattern 3
Printer Section
1
2 in 1 Landscape
Pattern 4
4 in 1 Landscape
1
2
1
3
2
1
3
1
3
4
2
4
4
3
4
2
Pattern 1
Pattern 2
Pattern 3
8.
button
Return all items in Paper/Layout Tab to standard settings (default).
9.
button
Displays the version information about the printer driver.
Pattern 4
Restore Defaults
About...
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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings
Windows NT 4.0 (User)
Handling Tab
1. Sorter
Select whether to Stack or Sort when printing multiple copies.
Note 1) When the Staple is set to On, the Rotate-Sort and Shift-Sort is not activated even if it is
selected.
2) Shift-Sort is not available on DP-1810P/1810F/2010E.
2. Printing on both sides (Duplex) (For DP-2000/2010E/2500/3000)
Select duplex printing for printing on both sides.
Note 1) Duplex Printing is allowed only when the Dual-Path Exit Guide Unit, Paper Transport Unit and
Automatic Duplex Unit (DA-FK200/FK210/MD200) are mounted.
2) Check [Duplex Unit] check box in Device Options Tab.
3. Flipping Direction (For DP-2000/2010E/2500/3000)
Select binding side (Long Edge/Short Edge) for duplex printing.
4. Binding Margin (For DP-2000/2010E/2500/3000)
Select the binding margin upon duplex printing.
The width of the binding margin is specified on the main unit.
5. Output Tray (For DP-2000/2500/3000)
Specify the output destination. (Auto Selection, Inner Tray 1, Inner Tray 2)
Note 1) Output Tray selection is allowed only with Dual-Path Exit Guide Unit, Paper Transport Unit, Exit
Tray (Outer) or 1-Bin Finisher (DA-FK200/FK210/XT200/FS200) is installed.
2) Check [Inner Tray], [Finisher / Outer Tray] check boxes in Device Options Tab.
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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings
Windows NT 4.0 (User)
6. Staple (For DP-2000/2500/3000)
Specifying staple printing is allowed if the output bin is set to outer.
Note 1) Staple printing is allowed only with Electronic Sorting Board (DA-ES200 : For DP-2000 only) and
1-Bin Finisher (DA-FS200) mounted.
2) Select "Sort" in the sort menu.
3) Paper is stapled at the top left or at the top right. (See table below.)
Document orientation
Paper orientation
Stapling position
Top left
Letter
A4
Letter
A4
Letter
A4
Top right
Letter/A4
Note) Stapling on Invoice/B5
sheet is not allowed.
Top right
Letter
A4
Letter/A4
Letter/A4
Top left
Letter/A4
Letter/A4
Note) Stapling on Invoice/B5
sheet is not allowed.
Ledger
Legal
A3
FLS
B4
Ledger
Legal
A3
FLS
B4
Ledger/
Legal/
A3/FLS/B4
Note) Stapling on Invoice/B5 sheet is
not allowed.
Top left
Ledger/
Legal/
A3/FLS/B4
Top right
Ledger/
Legal/
A3/FLS/B4
Note) Stapling on Invoice/B5 sheet is
not allowed.
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Printer Section
Letter
A4
Configuring the Printer Driver Settings
Windows NT 4.0 (User)
7. Security Print (For DP-1810F/2000/2500/3000)
Select to enable Security Print.
Note: Security print is allowed only when the security print password is set
on the Device Options Tab. (See page 39)
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8.
Restore Defaults button
Return all items in the window to standard settings (default).
9.
button
Displays the version information about the printer driver.
About...
Configuring the Printer Driver Settings
Windows NT 4.0 (User)
Printer Section
Quality Tab
1. Resolution
Select the printer resolution (300dpi/600dpi).
2. Text Color
Select the print control of colored text.
• Print all text as black
All colored text is printed as solid black.
• Print colored text with halftone
Colored text is printed using shades of gray.
3.
button
Return all items in the Quality Tab to standard settings (default).
4.
button
About...
Displays the version information about the printer driver.
Restore Defaults
NOTE
1. dpi (dot per inch) means the number of dots contained in one inch. The higher the value is, the
higher the resolution becomes.
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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings
Windows NT 4.0 (User)
Fonts Tab
1. Use printer fonts instead of TrueType fonts
Prints using printer fonts, substituting for the TrueType fonts used in the original document.
The substituting printer font can be set with the Font Substitution Table.
2. Always use TrueType fonts
Always uses TrueType fonts without substituting them with printer fonts.
3.
Restore Defaults button
Return all items in the window to standard settings (default).
4.
button
About...
Displays the version information about the printer driver.
NOTE
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1. For information regarding setting the Font Substitution Table, see "Font Substitution Tab”
(See page 40).
Configuring the Printer Driver Settings
Windows 2000/XP (Administrator)
To change the printer settings, open the dialog box for the printer properties by the following steps.
1
2
3
Log onto the computer/network with an account rights of
Administrator.
Click the Start button, point to Settings, and then click
Printers.
Right-click on the desired printer icon in the printers
folder, and select Properties in the dropdown menu.
Printer Section
The printer properties dialog box appears.
NOTE
1. In Windows 2000/XP, setting the properties depends on the log-in accounts. This section
describes properties to be specified by an administrator (system manager). See "Configuring
the Printer Driver Settings" for details of user properties. (See page 58)
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Configuring the Printer Driver Settings
Windows 2000/XP (Administrator)
General Tab
1. Printer Name
Name of the printer specified upon installation is displayed.
2. Location and Comment
Enter a comment about the location of the printer installation and information about the printer.
If a printer is shared, the location and comment specified in this field appears when another user sets up
this printer on his/her computer. After completion of setup, however, changing this comment does not
update the location and comment appearing on users PCs.
3. Model
Model name of the printer is displayed.
4. Features
Functions and settings of the printer are displayed.
5.
Printing Preferences...
button
Changes properties (print settings) specifiable for each user.
Refer to "Configuring the Printer Driver Settings (User)" for details of settings (See page 58).
6. Print Test Page button
Prints a test page. This allows the user to verify if the printer is installed properly.
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