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Olivetti d-Color MF3000 User manual
QUICK GUIDE
d-COLORMF3000
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Contents
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Introduction ................................................................................................................................................................................... 1-1
Introduction ................................................................................................................................................................................... 1-2
Introduction to the Documentation CD/DVD............................................................................................................................ 1-2
Available features ...................................................................................................................................................................... 1-3
Print operations ................................................................................................................................................................... 1-3
Copy operations .................................................................................................................................................................. 1-3
Scan operations ................................................................................................................................................................... 1-3
Fax operations ..................................................................................................................................................................... 1-3
Control panel.............................................................................................................................................................................. 1-4
Help function ............................................................................................................................................................................. 1-5
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Replacing consumables ................................................................................................................................................................. 2-1
Replacing consumables ................................................................................................................................................................. 2-2
Replacing the toner cartridge..................................................................................................................................................... 2-2
Replacing the imaging unit ........................................................................................................................................................ 2-4
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Print operations ............................................................................................................................................................................. 3-1
Print operations ............................................................................................................................................................................. 3-2
Basic print operation.................................................................................................................................................................. 3-2
Before printing .................................................................................................................................................................... 3-2
Printing................................................................................................................................................................................ 3-2
Zoom.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 3-3
Collate........................................................................................................................................................................................ 3-3
N-up ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 3-3
Poster ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 3-4
Booklet....................................................................................................................................................................................... 3-4
Duplex........................................................................................................................................................................................ 3-4
Binding Position/Binding Margin.............................................................................................................................................. 3-5
Image Shift................................................................................................................................................................................. 3-5
Cover Page/Separator Page........................................................................................................................................................ 3-5
Watermark ................................................................................................................................................................................. 3-6
Overlay....................................................................................................................................................................................... 3-6
Copy Protect .............................................................................................................................................................................. 3-6
Select Color................................................................................................................................................................................ 3-6
Quick Color................................................................................................................................................................................ 3-7
Contents
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Copy operations ............................................................................................................................................................................. 4-1
Copy operations ............................................................................................................................................................................. 4-2
Basic copy operation.................................................................................................................................................................. 4-2
Zoom.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 4-3
Duplex........................................................................................................................................................................................ 4-3
Combine..................................................................................................................................................................................... 4-4
Binding Position/Paper Margin ................................................................................................................................................. 4-4
Density ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 4-4
Original Type............................................................................................................................................................................. 4-4
Finishing .................................................................................................................................................................................... 4-5
Proof Copy................................................................................................................................................................................. 4-5
Separate Scan............................................................................................................................................................................. 4-5
ID Copy...................................................................................................................................................................................... 4-6
Interrupt ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 4-6
Mode Memory ........................................................................................................................................................................... 4-6
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Scan operations .............................................................................................................................................................................. 5-1
Scan operations .............................................................................................................................................................................. 5-2
Basic scan operation .................................................................................................................................................................. 5-2
Scan to E-mail operation............................................................................................................................................................ 5-3
Scan to Folder operation ............................................................................................................................................................ 5-3
Scanning from a computer application ...................................................................................................................................... 5-4
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Fax operations ............................................................................................................................................................................... 6-1
Fax operations ............................................................................................................................................................................... 6-2
Basic fax operation .................................................................................................................................................................... 6-2
Broadcast transmission .............................................................................................................................................................. 6-3
Timer transmission .................................................................................................................................................................... 6-3
Password transmission............................................................................................................................................................... 6-4
F-code transmission ................................................................................................................................................................... 6-4
Redialing.................................................................................................................................................................................... 6-4
Polling reception ........................................................................................................................................................................ 6-5
Memory reception...................................................................................................................................................................... 6-5
Received document forwarding ................................................................................................................................................. 6-5
Internet faxing............................................................................................................................................................................ 6-6
PC-FAX transmission ................................................................................................................................................................ 6-6
A Appendix ....................................................................................................................................................................................... A-1
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Contents
Introduction
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing this machine.
This [Quick Guide] provides an introduction to, and illustrations for, basic machine operations and frequently used
functions. For details on the various functions, refer to the [Printer/Copier/Scanner User's Guide] and the [Facsimile
User's Guide] on the [Documentation CD/DVD].
In order to ensure the safe use of this product, be sure to read the [Safety Information Guide] before using the
machine.
Introduction to the Documentation CD/DVD
Documentation
Use/Benefit
[Installation Guide]
This manual provides details on the initial operations that must be performed in
order to use this machine, such as setting up the machine and installing the drivers.
[Printer/Copier/Scanner
User's Guide]
This manual provides details on general daily operations, such as using the drivers and control panel and replacing consumables.
[Facsimile User's Guide]
This manual provides details on general fax operations, such as sending and
receiving faxes and using the control panel.
[Reference Guide]
This manual provides details on installing the Macintosh and Linux drivers and on
specifying settings for the network.
[Quick Guide] (this manual) This manual provides an introduction to, and illustrations for, basic machine operations and frequently used functions.
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Introduction
Available features
d-Color MF3000 is a digital color multifunctional peripheral that eases the workflow and satisfies any application or office
environment.
This machine provides copy, fax, scanning and printing functions, essential to any business, to support efficient
document management.
Scan
Copy
Fax
Telephone
line
Printer
HDD
USB
memory
Network
computer
Network
Network
computer
FTP server
E-mail server WebDAV server
Internet
Print operations
When printing from the computer, various settings can be specified, for example, the paper size, image quality,
color tone and layout. The printer driver can easily be installed from the enclosed [Drivers CD/DVD].
Copy operations
High-quality copies can be printed at a high speed. Vivid copies in color or black and white can be produced to
meet any need. The many Application functions greatly assist in reducing office costs and increasing efficiency.
Scan operations
Paper documents can quickly be converted to digital data. This converted data can conveniently be transmitted
through the network. In addition, this machine can be used as a scanner with a variety of TWAIN- or WIA-compatible applications.
Fax operations
Not only documents scanned with this machine but also computer data can be faxed. A single fax can be sent to
multiple destinations at one time, and a received fax can be forwarded. In addition, using the fax driver, a fax can
be sent from this machine through operations performed on the computer without using any paper.
Introduction
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Control panel
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No.
Name
Function
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Touch panel
Displays various screens and messages. Specify the various settings by
directly touching the panel.
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[Power Save] key/indicator
Press to enter Power Save mode. While the machine is in Power Save
mode, the indicator on the [Power Save] key lights up in green and the
touch panel goes off. To cancel Power Save mode, press the [Power
Save] key again.
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[Fax] key/indicator
Press to enter Fax mode. While the machine is in Fax mode, the indicator on the [Fax] key lights up in green.
4
[E-mail] key/indicator
Press to enter Scan to E-mail mode. While the machine is in Scan to
E-mail mode, the indicator on the [E-mail] key lights up in green.
5
[Folder] key/indicator
Press to enter Scan to Folder mode. While the machine is in Scan to
Folder mode, the indicator on the [Folder] key lights up in green.
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[Copy] key/indicator
Press to enter Copy mode. While the machine is in Copy mode, the indicator on the [Copy] key lights up in green.
7
[Reset] key
Press to clear the settings (except programmed settings) of all displayed
functions.
8
[Interrupt] key/indicator
Press to enter Interrupt mode. While the machine is in Interrupt mode,
the indicator on the [Interrupt] key lights up in green. To cancel Interrupt
mode, press the [Interrupt] key again.
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[Stop] key
Pressing the [Stop] key while copying, scanning or printing temporarily
stops the operation.
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[Start (Color)] key
Press to start color copying, scanning or faxing.
Press to continue interrupted printing.
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[Start] indicator
Lights up in blue when copying, scanning or faxing can be performed.
Lights up in orange when copying, scanning or faxing cannot be performed.
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[Start (B&W)] key
Press to start black-and-white copying, scanning or faxing.
Press to continue interrupted printing.
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Keypad
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[C] (clear) key
Use to enter the number of copies, a fax number, an e-mail address or a
name.
Use to type in the various settings.
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Press to erase numbers or text.
Introduction
No.
Name
Function
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[Error] indicator
Flashes in orange if an error occurred.
Lights up in orange when the service representative is being called.
16
[Data] indicator
Flashes in blue while a print job is being received.
Lights up in blue while printing or when a print job is queued.
17
[Utility/Counter] key
Press to display the [Utility Setting] screen.
In the [Utility Setting] screen, settings can be specified for the parameters in the [Accessibility], [Meter Count], [Address Registration], [User
Settings] and [Admin Setting] screens.
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[Mode Memory] key
Press to store the desired settings for copy, fax or scan operations. In
addition, stored settings can be recalled.
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[Access] key
If user authentication or account track settings have been applied, press
the [Access] key after entering the user name and password (for user
authentication) or the account name and password (for account track) in
order to log on to this machine.
While logged on, press the [Access] key to log off.
Help function
Descriptions of the various functions can be viewed in the touch panel.
A description of the current screen will be displayed.
Introduction
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Introduction
Replacing
consumables
Replacing consumables
When it is time to replace consumables or take any other action, a message prompting the user to replace the consumable or take the appropriate action will apper in the touch panel.
If such a message appears, follow the appropriate procedure to replace the consumable, or take the required
action.
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For details on replacing the waste toner bottle, transfer roller, transfer belt or fuser unit, refer to chapter 11,
"Replacing Consumables", of the [Printer/Copier/Scanner User's Guide].
Replacing the toner cartridge
The following procedure describes how to replace a toner cartridge.
The procedure for replacing toner cartridge is the same for all toner colors. As an example, the procedure for
replacing the yellow toner cartridge is described.
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Replacing consumables
Note
Install the toner cartridge at the location indicated by the color of the label. Attempting to forcibly install a
toner cartridge may cause damage.
Before installing the new toner cartridge, shake it up and down five to ten times.
Keep used toner cartridges in their plastic bags inside their boxes to be collected by your service
representative.
CAUTION
Handling toner and toner cartridges
- Do not burn toner or the toner cartridge.
- Toner expelled from the fire may cause burns.
CAUTION
Precautions for toner spills
- Be careful not to spill toner inside the machine or get toner on your clothes or hands.
- If your hands become soiled with toner, immediately wash them with soap and water.
- If toner gets in your eyes, immediately flush them with water, and then seek professional medical attention.
Replacing consumables
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Replacing the imaging unit
The following procedure describes how to replace an imaging unit.
The procedure for replacing imaging unit is the same for all imaging unit colors. As an example, the procedure for
replacing the black imaging unit is described.
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Replacing consumables
Note
Keep used imaging units in their black plastic bags inside their boxes to be collected by your service
representative.
The imaging unit may be easily damaged by light. Leave the imaging unit in the black plastic bag until
immediately before it is to be installed.
CAUTION
Precautions for toner spills
- Be careful not to spill toner inside the machine or get toner on your clothes or hands.
- If your hands become soiled with toner, immediately wash them with soap and water.
- If toner gets in your eyes, immediately flush them with water, and then seek professional medical attention.
Replacing consumables
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Replacing consumables
Print operations
Print operations
Basic print operation
Before printing
Send print data from an application on the computer through the printer driver to this machine. In order to print, a
printer driver must first be installed on the computer to be used. The printer driver can easily be installed with the
installer on the enclosed [Drivers CD/DVD].
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The following printer drivers can be used with this machine.
Windows: PCL driver, PostScript driver or XPS driver
Macintosh: OS X PostScript PPD driver
Before printing, connect this machine to a computer via either a USB or network connection. In order to
establish a network connection, the network settings must first be specified. Network settings should be
specified by the administrator. Network settings can also be specified by using Web Connection. For details,
refer to chapter 3 of the [Printer/Copier/Scanner User's Guide] and chapter 7 and 8 of the [Reference
Guide].
Printing
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2
Create a document in the application, and then select the print command.
In the Print dialog box, select the printer.
– If necessary, display the printer driver settings dialog box, and then specify the printing settings. For
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details, refer to the Help for the printer driver.
The specified pages and number of copies are printed.
Print operations
Zoom
Specify the enlargement or reduction ratio.
The print is automatically enlarged or reduced to the size specified here when it differs from the Original Size setting and [Zoom] is set to [Auto].
Original
Reduce
Enlarge
Windows PCL/PS/XPS drivers: Basic tab
Macintosh OS X driver: Page Attributes
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For details, refer to the Help for the printer driver.
Collate
When printing multiple copies, select the Collate function to print each copy as a complete set (1, 2, 3, ..., 1, 2, 3,
...).
Windows PCL/PS/XPS drivers: Basic tab
Macintosh OS 10.2/10.3/10.4 drivers: Copies & Pages
Macintosh OS 10.5/10.6 drivers: Collated
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For details, refer to the Help for the printer driver.
N-up
Multiple document pages can be reduced and printed together on a single page.
Windows PCL/PS/XPS drivers: Layout tab
Macintosh OS X driver: Layout
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For details, refer to the Help for the printer driver.
Print operations
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Poster
A single document page can be enlarged and printed on multiple sheets of paper.
Windows PCL driver: Layout tab
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For details, refer to the Help for the printer driver.
Booklet
Document pages can be printed in the form of a booklet.
REPORT
REPORT
Windows PCL/PS/XPS drivers: Layout tab
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For details, refer to the Help for the printer driver.
Duplex
Document pages can be printed on both sides of the paper.
Windows PCL/PS/XPS drivers: Layout tab
Macintosh OS 10.2 driver: Duplex
Macintosh OS 10.3/10.4/10.5/10.6 drivers: Layout
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For details, refer to the Help for the printer driver.
Print operations
Binding Position/Binding Margin
Specify the binding position for bound documents. The width of the page margins can also be adjusted.
The binding margin can
also be adjusted.
Left bind
Top bind
Right bind
Bottom bind
Windows PCL/PS/XPS drivers: Layout tab
Macintosh OS 10.2 driver: Duplex
Macintosh OS 10.3/10.4/10.5/10.6 drivers: Layout
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For details, refer to the Help for the printer driver.
Image Shift
The entire image can be printed shifted to one side, for example, to create a left or right margin.
Top shift
Right
shift
Left shift
Bottom shift
Top shift
Bottom
shift
Left
shift
Right shift
Windows PCL driver: Layout tab
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For details, refer to the Help for the printer driver.
Cover Page/Separator Page
The front and back cover pages can be printed on different paper. Otherwise, blank paper can be added as front
and back cover pages and inserted as separator pages.
A different paper tray can be selected for the paper that is used.
Cover Page
Separator Page
Windows PCL/PS/XPS drivers: Cover Page tab
Macintosh OS 10.3/10.4/10.5/10.6 drivers: Cover Page
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For details, refer to the Help for the printer driver.
Print operations
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Watermark
The document can be printed overlapping a watermark (text stamp).
Windows PCL/PS/XPS drivers: Watermark/Overlay tab
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For details, refer to the Help for the printer driver.
Overlay
The document can be printed overlapping separate overlay data.
New Product
Overlay data
New Product
Original data
Windows PCL/PS/XPS drivers: Watermark/Overlay tab
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For details, refer to the Help for the printer driver.
Copy Protect
Specify a special pattern to prevent copying.
Printed
Copied
Windows PCL driver: Watermark/Overlay tab
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For details, refer to the Help for the printer driver.
Select Color
Select whether the document will be printed in Color or Grayscale.
Windows PCL/PS/XPS drivers: Quality tab
Macintosh OS X driver: Color Options
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For details, refer to the Help for the printer driver.
Print operations
Quick Color
The document can be printed with the image quality appropriate for the document's contents.
Auto
Photo
Presentation
ICM
Custom
Disable
Windows PCL/PS/XPS drivers: Quality tab
Macintosh OS X driver: Color Options
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For details, refer to the Help for the printer driver.
Print operations
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Print operations
Copy operations
Copy operations
Basic copy operation
This section contains information on the general operation for copying.
1
Press [Copy] or press the [Copy] key to display the initial Copy screen.
2
Place the document in the ADF or on the original glass.
3
Specify the desired copy settings.
– For details, refer to chapter 7, "Performing Copy mode operations", of the [Printer/Copier/Scanner
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User's Guide].
Type in the desired number of copies.
– To change the number of copies, press the [C] (clear) key, and then type in the desired number.
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Copy operations
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To make a color copy, press the [Start (Color)] key.
To make a black-and-white copy, press the [Start (B&W)] key.
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This machine cannot automatically detect the size of an original document that will be scanned. Before
scanning the document, specify its size. If the size of the original document is not correctly specified, some
parts of the image may be lost.
When sorting or making double-sided or combined copies using the original glass, press [Finish] after all
pages of the document have been scanned.
To scan multiple document pages using the original glass, press [Separate Scan]. After scanning the first
page of the document, load the second page, and then press the [Start] key again. Repeat this process until
all the pages have been scanned. After the last page has been scanned, press [Finish].
To stop scanning or printing, press the [Stop] key.
To interrupt the copy job, press the [Interrupt] key.
To scan the next document while printing (reserve a copy job), position the next document, and then press
the [Start] key.
For details, refer to chapter 7, "Performing Copy mode operations", of the [Printer/Copier/Scanner User's
Guide].
Zoom
Specify the enlargement or reduction ratio.
The copy is automatically enlarged or reduced to the size specified here when it differs from the Original Size setting and [Zoom] is set to [Auto].
Original
Reduce
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Enlarge
For details, refer to chapter 7, "Performing Copy mode operations", of the [Printer/Copier/Scanner User's
Guide].
Duplex
Both the document and the copy can be specified as single-sided or double-sided.
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For details, refer to chapter 7, "Performing Copy mode operations", of the [Printer/Copier/Scanner User's
Guide].
Copy operations
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Combine
The document images of multiple pages (2 or 4) can be reduced and printed together on a single page.
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For details, refer to chapter 7, "Performing Copy mode operations", of the [Printer/Copier/Scanner User's
Guide].
Binding Position/Paper Margin
Specify the binding position for bound documents. The width of the page margins can also be adjusted.
The binding margin
can also be adjusted.
Left bind
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Top bind
Right bind
For details, refer to chapter 7, "Performing Copy mode operations", of the [Printer/Copier/Scanner User's
Guide].
Density
The copy density can be adjusted.
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For details, refer to chapter 7, "Performing Copy mode operations", of the [Printer/Copier/Scanner User's
Guide].
Original Type
The document can be copied with the image quality appropriate for the document's contents.
Text
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Text/Photo
Photo
For details, refer to chapter 7, "Performing Copy mode operations", of the [Printer/Copier/Scanner User's
Guide].
Copy operations
Finishing
When printing multiple copies, press [Sort] to print each copy as a complete set (1, 2, 3, ..., 1, 2, 3, ...). To print the
multiple copies of each page before printing the next page (1, 1, 1, ..., 2, 2, 2, ...), press [Group].
Press [Auto] to automatically switch between [Sort] and [Group] depending on the number of printable sheets per
copy. [Group] is set when printing a single sheet in the 1-sided or 2-sided mode, and [Sort] is set when printing multiple sheets.
Sort
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Group
For details, refer to chapter 7, "Performing Copy mode operations", of the [Printer/Copier/Scanner User's
Guide].
Proof Copy
Before printing a large number of copies, a single proof copy can be previewed. This prevents copy errors from
occurring in a large number of copies.
Check
OK!
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For details, refer to chapter 7, "Performing Copy mode operations", of the [Printer/Copier/Scanner User's
Guide].
Separate Scan
If the number of document pages to be copied is too large to be loaded into the ADF, the document can be divided
into batches, which are scanned separately. After all document pages are scanned, the copies can be printed
together. This is useful for printing multiple copies of a document containing a large number of pages.
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For details, refer to chapter 7, "Performing Copy mode operations", of the [Printer/Copier/Scanner User's
Guide].
Copy operations
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ID Copy
The front and back sides of a card, such as an insurance card, driver's license or business card, can be scanned
separately and printed together on a single page. This allows you to copy a card at its actual size.
A
B
Front Side
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Back Side
For details, refer to chapter 7, "Performing Copy mode operations", of the [Printer/Copier/Scanner User's
Guide].
Interrupt
The current job in progress can be temporarily suspended so that a new job with different copy settings can be
started. This is convenient when you urgently need to make copies.
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For details, refer to chapter 8, "Additional copy operations", of the [Printer/Copier/Scanner User's Guide].
Mode Memory
Combine frequently used copy settings into programs and register them with this machine. These programs can
easily be recalled as programs.
Program1
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For details, refer to chapter 8, "Additional copy operations", of the [Printer/Copier/Scanner User's Guide].
Copy operations
Scan operations
Scan operations
Basic scan operation
This section contains information on the general operation for scanning.
1
Press [Scan to E-mail] or press the [E-mail] key to display the initial Scan to E-mail screen.
Press [Scan to Folder] or press the [Folder] key to display the initial Scan to Folder screen.
– The screen that appears differs depending on the destination of the scan data.
2
Place the document in the ADF or on the original glass.
3
Specify the destination.
– If destinations have already been registered, a registered destination can be selected.
– To directly type in the destination address, press [Direct Input], select the transmission method, and then
type in the destination address.
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– A document can be sent to multiple destinations at the same time (broadcast transmission).
– In the initial screen, press [Mode Check] to check or change the specified destinations.
If necessary, specify settings for other parameters in the [Settings] screen.
Scan operations
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Press the [Start (Color)] key or the [Start (B&W)] key.
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This machine cannot automatically detect the size of an original document that will be scanned. Before
scanning the document, specify its size. If the size of the original document is not correctly specified, some
parts of the image may be lost.
To check a scan job, press [Job], and then press [Save] in the [Log] screen.
For details, refer to chapter 10, "Scanning with the machine", of the [Printer/Copier/Scanner User's Guide].
Scan to E-mail operation
Scanned data can be sent to the specified e-mail address. Specify destinations from the touch panel of this
machine to send scan data as an e-mail attachment.
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For details, refer to chapter 10, "Scanning with the machine", of the [Printer/Copier/Scanner User's Guide].
Scan to Folder operation
The scan data can be sent to a specified folder. Any of the following can be specified as destinations.
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FTP server
WebDAV server
USB memory
Hard disk drive
Computer on the network (SMB or Web Service feature)
USB memory
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Hard disk
FTP server
WebDAV server
Network
computer
For details, refer to chapter 10, "Scanning with the machine", of the [Printer/Copier/Scanner User's Guide].
Scan operations
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Scanning from a computer application
Documents can be scanned from a computer connected to this machine via a network. Scanning settings can be
specified and the scanning operation can be performed from TWAIN- or WIA-compatible applications.
Command
scan operation
Scanned data
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For details, refer to chapter 9, "Scanning From a Computer Application", of the [Printer/Copier/Scanner
User's Guide].
Scan operations
Fax operations
Fax operations
Basic fax operation
This section contains information on the general operation for faxing.
1
Press [Fax] or press the [Fax] key to display the initial Fax screen.
2
Place the document in the ADF or on the original glass.
3
Specify the destination.
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When directly entering the fax number, use the keypad to type in the number.
A document can be sent to multiple destinations at the same time (broadcast transmission).
In the initial Fax screen, press [Mode Check] to check or change the specified destination.
Press [Settings], and then select the appropriate settings on the [Scan Settings], [Comm. Settings], and [Original Settings] screens.
Press the [Start] key.
After all document pages have been scanned, the fax is sent
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If fax numbers have already been registered, a registered destination can be selected.
The fax is sent in black and white regardless of whether the [Start (Color)] key or the [Start (B&W)] key is
pressed.
This machine cannot automatically detect the size of an original document that will be scanned. Before
scanning the document, specify its size. If the size of the original document is not correctly specified, some
parts of the image may be lost.
For details, refer to chapter 3, "Sending faxes", of the [Facsimile User's Guide].
Fax operations
Broadcast transmission
A fax can be sent to multiple recipients in a single transmission.
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For details, refer to chapter 3, "Sending faxes", of the [Facsimile User's Guide].
Timer transmission
A document can be scanned and stored in the memory to be sent at a specified time.
The scanned document is sent at the specified time.
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For details, refer to chapter 3, "Sending faxes", of the [Facsimile User's Guide].
Fax operations
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Password transmission
A document can be sent with a password applied.
This function can be used if the recipient's fax machine is compatible with closed network receptions.
Password
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For details, refer to chapter 3, "Sending faxes", of the [Facsimile User's Guide].
F-code transmission
With F-code transmissions, specify a SUB address and password to send the fax to a specific recipient's box. The
destination box can be a confidential box or a relay box.
This function can be used if the recipient's fax machine is compatible with F-codes.
SUB address
Receive
Password
Confidential
User Box
"
For details, refer to chapter 3, "Sending faxes", of the [Facsimile User's Guide].
Redialing
Dialing the same recipient again is called "redialing".
If the fax cannot be sent, for example, when the recipient's line is busy, the fax number can be dialed again after
some time has passed.
"
6-4
For details, refer to chapter 3, "Sending faxes", of the [Facsimile User's Guide].
Fax operations
Polling reception
A document reserved for polling transmission on the sender's machine can be sent with a command from the recipient.
With this function, the recipient incurs the cost of the call.
Sender
Receiver
Request for data
to be sent
Storage
"
For details, refer to chapter 4, "Receiving faxes", of the [Facsimile User's Guide].
Memory reception
With memory reception, received documents are force-saved in the memory. Then, the received document can be
printed from the memory when desired.
Receive
Memory
"
For details, refer to chapter 4, "Receiving faxes", of the [Facsimile User's Guide].
Received document forwarding
Received documents can be forwarded to a previously specified destination. Forwarding destinations are specified
by the administrator.
Receive
and
forward
Memory
"
For details, refer to chapter 4, "Receiving faxes", of the [Facsimile User's Guide].
Fax operations
6-5
Internet faxing
Using the Internet, a scanned document can be sent as an e-mail attachment in the TIFF format.
This machine can also receive documents via Internet fax and print them in black and white.
"
For details, refer to chapter 3 and 4 of the [Facsimile User's Guide].
PC-FAX transmission
Using a fax driver, a fax can be sent directly from a Windows-compatible computer.
Memory
"
6-6
For details, refer to chapter 5, "Sending/receiving a PC fax", of the [Facsimile User's Guide].
Fax operations
Appendix
B
Q
Binding Margin ..................................................................... 3-5
Binding Position .............................................................3-5, 4-4
Booklet ................................................................................... 3-4
Broadcast transmission ........................................................ 6-3
Quick Color .......................................................................... 3-7
C
Collate .................................................................................... 3-3
Combine ................................................................................ 4-4
Control panel ........................................................................ 1-4
Copy Protect .......................................................................... 3-6
Cover Page ............................................................................ 3-5
D
Density ................................................................................... 4-4
Documentation CD/DVD ..................................................... 1-2
Duplex .............................................................................3-4, 4-3
R
Redialing ............................................................................... 6-4
Replacing the imaging unit .................................................. 2-4
Replacing the toner cartridge ............................................. 2-2
S
Scan to E-mail ....................................................................... 5-3
Scan to Folder ....................................................................... 5-3
Scanning from a computer .................................................. 5-4
Select Color ........................................................................... 3-6
Separate Scan ....................................................................... 4-5
Separator Page ..................................................................... 3-5
T
E
Timer transmission .............................................................. 6-3
E-mail Forwarding ............................................................... 6-5
W
F
Watermark ........................................................................... 3-6
Fax Forwarding .................................................................... 6-5
F-code transmission .............................................................. 6-4
Finishing ................................................................................ 4-5
Z
Zoom ............................................................................... 3-3, 4-3
H
Help function ......................................................................... 1-5
I
ID Copy ................................................................................. 4-6
Image Shift ............................................................................ 3-5
Internet faxing ...................................................................... 6-6
Interrupt ................................................................................ 4-6
M
Memory Reception ............................................................... 6-5
Mode Memory ....................................................................... 4-6
N
N-up ....................................................................................... 3-3
O
Original Type ........................................................................ 4-4
Overlay .................................................................................. 3-6
P
Paper Margin ........................................................................ 4-4
Password transmission ......................................................... 6-4
PC-FAX ................................................................................. 6-6
Polling Reception .................................................................. 6-5
Poster ..................................................................................... 3-4
Proof Copy ............................................................................ 4-5
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