Printer Driver User`s Manual

Printer Driver User`s Manual
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Printer Driver
User's Manual
For use with Imagistics and Pitney Bowes DL460/550 copier/printers.
Linux Operating System
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Welcome
Thank you for purchasing the controller.
This Operator’s Manual explains how to run print cycles on the machine, to which
the controller is connected. It also gives precautions that you should review before
attempting to actually use the controller. So, first read this manual carefully and
thoroughly; then, keep it close at hand so you can refer to it whenever it becomes
necessary.
When operating the controller and machine, follow the instructions given in this
manual and in the one for the machine. Do not attempt to touch any part that is not
covered in these manuals. Never attempt to disassemble or remodel any pieces of
equipment, either, to prevent possible hazardous conditions.
Some of the screens shown in this manual may look different from what you will
view in actual applications.
Trademark Acknowledgments
Microsoft, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 2000 and Windows NT 4.0 are
registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
Apple, Macintosh and TrueType are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc.
IBM and PC/AT are registered trademarks of International Business Machines
Corporation.
Turbo Linux is registered trademarks of TurboLinux, Inc.
SuSE Linux is registered trademarks of SuSE, Inc.
Open Linux is registered trademarks of Caldera Systems, Inc.
RPM and Redhat Linux are registered trademarks of Red Hat, Inc.
Linux is registered trademarks of Linus Torvalds.
All other products or brand names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their
respective companies or organizations.
Adobe, Post Script and the Post Script logo are trademarks of Adobe Systems
Incorporated.
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For the U.S.A. Users
FCC Part 15-Radio Frequency Devices
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 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 own expense.
The design and production of this unit conform to FCC regulations, and any
changes or modifications must be registered with the FCC and are subject to
FCC control. Any changes made by purchaser or user without first contacting
the manufacturer will be subject to penalty under FCC regulations.
FCC-F02
This device must be used with shielded interface cables. The use of nonshielded cables is likely to result in interference with radio communications and
is prohibited under FCC rules.
For Canada Users
Interference-Causing Equipment Standard (ICES-003 Issue 3)
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du
Canada.
IC-F03
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Only for the area of the European Union
CE Marking (Declaration of Conformity)
This product complies with the following EU directives:
89/336/EEC, 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC directives.
This declaration is valid for the area of the European Union.
This device must be used with shielded interface cables. The use of non-shielded
cables is likely to result in interference with radio communications and is
prohibited under EU directives.
Other countries
WARNING
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause
radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate
measures.
This device must be used with shielded interface cables. The use of nonshielded cables is likely to result in interference with radio communications and
is prohibited under CISPR 22 rules and local rules.
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Contents
Chapter1 Before Using the Controller
1. Features of the Controller
Features of the Controller ................................................ p.1-2
Administrative Functions ................................................. p.1-5
2. Configuration
Configuration ................................................................... p.1-6
3. Connecting the Controller
Connecting the Controller ................................................ p.1-7
4. Settings Made on the Machine
Priority Device ................................................................. p.1-8
On Line/Ready ................................................................. p.1-8
5. Installing the Printer Drivers
Installing Various Printer Drivers .................................... p.1-9
Chapter2 Installing the Printer Driver
1. Installation
Operating Environment .................................................... p.2-2
Installation ........................................................................ p.2-3
2. Printer setting with Xwindow System
Making General Settings Before Using the Printer ......... p.2-5
Redhat Linux .................................................................... p.2-6
Turbo Linux ..................................................................... p.2-9
Open Linux ...................................................................... p.2-12
SuSE Linux ...................................................................... p.2-15
How to display Printer Utility dialog box ........................ p.2-19
3. Use of commands
dipjl command .................................................................. p.2-20
Printing method (dilpr command) .................................... p.2-20
didialog command ............................................................ p.2-21
Chapter3 Property Sheets
1. Property Sheets
Description of Each Property Sheet ................................. p.3-2
2. “Device Options Setting” Property Sheet
Functions of the “Device Options Setting” Property
Sheet ................................................................................. p.3-3
“Mailbox Setting” Dialog Box.......................................... p.3-5
3. Functions that are Common to Various Property Sheets
Functions that are Common to Various Property Sheets . p.3-6
Functions of the “Save Easy Set Name” Dialog Box ...... p.3-7
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4. “Setup” Property Sheet
Functions of the “Setup” Property Sheet ......................... p.3-8
Functions of the “Detail of Paper Source” Dialog Box ... p.3-11
Functions of the “Detail of Output Setting” Dialog Box . p.3-13
5. “Paper” Property Sheet
Functions of the “Paper” Property Sheet ......................... p.3-16
6. “Job Management” Property Sheet
Functions of the “Job Management” Property Sheet ....... p.3-19
7. “Conflicts” Dialog Box
Functions of the “Conflicts” Dialog Box ......................... p.3-21
Chapter4 Convenient Functions
1. Convenient Functions
Convenient Functions ...................................................... p.4-2
2. Printing on Both Sides of the Paper
Overview .......................................................................... p.4-3
Procedure ......................................................................... p.4-3
3. Printing More than One Copy at a Time
Overview .......................................................................... p.4-6
Procedure ......................................................................... p.4-6
4. Using the Copy Track Function
Overview .......................................................................... p.4-8
Procedure ......................................................................... p.4-8
5. Printing Pages with a Distribution Number
Overview .......................................................................... p.4-10
Procedure ......................................................................... p.4-10
6. Printing on OHP Transparencies
Overview .......................................................................... p.4-12
Procedure ......................................................................... p.4-12
7. Adding a Cover to Each Copy Set
Overview .......................................................................... p.4-15
Procedure ......................................................................... p.4-15
8. Using the Lock Job (Print PC Confidential) Function
Overview .......................................................................... p.4-18
Procedure on the Printer Driver Side ............................... p.4-18
Procedure on the Machine Side (Unlocking a Job) .......... p.4-20
Procedure on the Machine Side (Deleting a Job) ............. p.4-22
9. Using the Settings Function
Overview .......................................................................... p.4-24
Procedure ......................................................................... p.4-24
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10. Confirming that the data has been transferred to
the machine
Overview .......................................................................... p.4-28
Procedure ......................................................................... p.4-28
Chapter5 Troubleshooting
1. Troubleshooting
Unable to Print ................................................................. p.5-2
Unable to Make Correct Settings / Unable to Print
Exactly as Set ................................................................... p.5-4
Error List .......................................................................... p.5-8
Appendix A
1. Function Combination Matrix
Function Combination Matrix .......................................... p.A-2
2. Preview Listing
[Page Layout] ................................................................... p.A-4
[Printer Figure] ................................................................. p.A-7
[Setting Preview] .............................................................. p.A-8
3. Specifications
Specifications for machine body ...................................... p.A-10
Accessories ....................................................................... p.A-10
Appendix B
1. Glossary
Glossary ........................................................................... p.B-2
Appendix C
1. INDEX
INDEX ............................................................................. p.C-2
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Naming of Equipment and Functions
Naming of Equipment and Functions
Different names are used between the controller and the machine to identify the
same piece of equipment or the same function. Note the following.
Equipment Names
Controller
Tray
Dup+2way Tray
Dup+LCC
Duplex Cabinet
Multi-staple Finisher
Single-staple Finisher
Folding Finisher
Hard Disk Drive in Copier
Manual Feed
LCT
Machine
Drawer
2way Paper Feed Cabiet
Large Capacity Cabinet
Duplexing Paper Feed Cabinet
Finisher (Multi)
Finisher (Single)
Finisher (Folding)
Hard Disk Drive Kit HDD-1
Intelligent Multi Bypass Tray
Large Capacity Cassette
Before Using the Controller
Chapter 1
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Chapter 1
Before Using the Controller
Before Using the Controller
Chapter 1
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1. Features of the Controller
Features of the Controller
The controller is an image controller designed to use the machine as a printer,
allowing you to print documents directly to the machine from a computer to which
the controller is connected. The printer driver, which is used during printing, is
equipped with various functions that make the most out of the features of the
machine. They enable you to use the same functions as those offered by the
machine. When actually running a print cycle, you can specify various functions of
the machine on your computer screen.
NOTES
• When using the controller, be sure to set the machine on the On Line state.
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• Some functions offered by the machine cannot be combined, such as Staple and
Hole-Punch, and others many not be used because of a paper size involved.
The functions that cannot be selected appear dimmed.
Further, if functions that are incompatible with each other are specified, the
Conflicts dialog box appears, prompting you to change the settings. When this
dialog box appears, check the details and reselect the functions to ensure
function compatibility.
• Some settings, which are defied by the machine for the restricted combinations
of different functions, can at times be accepted by the printer driver. If a print
command is issued from the personal computer with such settings made, the
machine does not produce the output correctly or abandons the job to produce
nothing. Make sure that you make correct settings.
Various Printing Functions
• Makes prints that are sorted into complete sets of the originals or grouped into
uncollated groups, each containing prints of one original. ☞p.3-17
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Long Edge Binding
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Short Edge Binding
• Makes prints of complete sets of the originals, stapled together or punched for
filing. ☞p.3-9
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By combining Collate with other finishing capabilities, you can make complete
sets of documents for immediate delivery without having to do any further
processing.
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• Adds a reference number (Distribution Number) to each document set during
printing. ☞p.3-20
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• Prints two pages of originals on both front and back sides of a single sheet of
paper. ☞p.3-10
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1. Features of the Controller
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Chapter 1
1. Features of the Controller
• Prints only the cover on a different type of paper (such as colored paper). ☞p.3-8
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• Capable of printing on OHP transparencies. You can also insert interleaves, either
blank or printed with the same contents as those on the OHP transparencies.
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• Folds copies during finishing. ☞p.3-9
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• Different accounts can be managed for printing records, just as when using the
machine as a copier.
Setting whether 100-account management or 1000-account management is to be
done from the machine.
• Printing of confidential documents may be withheld until a legitimate password is
entered on the machine.
Before Using the Controller
Administrative Functions
Chapter 1
1. Features of the Controller
Before Using the Controller
Chapter 1
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2. Configuration
Configuration
The controller may be configured with the following options.
Memory (64MB/128MB, Option)
Expands the memory capacity of controller.
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Controller
Allows you to use the machine
as a printer controlled by your
personal computer.
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10/100BaseT
Hard Disk Drive (Option)
For downloading PS fonts.
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NIC Board (Option)
Allows you to use the machine as a
printer in a network environment.
NOTE
The NIC Board must be mounted to use the scanner functions.
Connecting the Controller
The controller is installed inside the machine. The installation procedures are to be
performed by the service personnel.
The controller is connected to the computer with a printer cable or network cable.
Power to the controller is supplied from the machine.
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If you cannot print from your computer, make sure that the printer cable or
network cable is connected to the corresponding connectors.
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3. Connecting the Controller
Chapter 1
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Before Using the Controller
Chapter 1
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4. Settings Made on the Machine
The following functions must be set on the machine using its Utility Mode, as they
relate to the controller.
Priority Device
Select the priority of use of the machine, either as a copier or printer.
Copier: The machine is used as a copier.
The machine starts the print cycle only after it has received the entire data of
a particular print job.
The machine can be used for copying, since it starts printing only after it
has received the entire data of the job for printing. This means that more
time is available to you for copying, but you have to wait for a longer time
before a particular print job is done.
Printer: The machine is used as a printer.
The machine starts the print cycle before it completes receiving the entire
data of a particular print job.
On receiving the data for one page, the machine starts printing, accepting no
other job for copying. This means that less time is available to you for
copying, but you do not have to wait long before a particular print job is
done.
On Line/Ready
On Line key
This function is the same as that available in ordinary printers as On Line/
Off Line.
Select On Line normally.
A lit lamp indicates that the machine is in the On Line mode.
Ready Lamp
Data can be transferred while this lamp stays lit up.
The lamp remains blinking while data is being transferred.
Installing Various Printer Drivers
To make 100% use of the functions offered by the machine mounted with the
controller, install the attached printer drivers in your computer. The controller is
furnished with the following printer drivers.
• PCL6 printer driver for Windows 95
• PCL6 printer driver for Windows 98/2000
• PCL6 printer drive for Windows NT4.0
• PS printer driver for Windows 95/98
• PS printer driver for Windows 2000
• PS printer driver for Windows NT4.0
• PPD file for Macintosh
• PS print utility for Linux
(Redhat, SuSE, Turbo, Open)
Install the printer driver suitable for the operating system that runs on your
computer. For the installation procedures, see the relevant page as detailed below.
Installing PS print utility for Linux: p.2-2
Installing the Macintosh PPD file:
See the Operator’s Manual for Macintosh.
Installing the Windows printer driver:
See the Operator’s Manual for Windows.
Before Using the Controller
5. Installing the Printer Drivers
Chapter 1
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Before Using the Controller
Chapter 1
5. Installing the Printer Drivers
Chapter 2
Installing the Printer Driver
Installing the Printer Driver
Chapter 2
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1. Installation
Operating Environment
Installing the Printer Driver
Chapter 2
This section explains the required environment for the printer driver.
Before installing the printer driver, make sure that your computer meets the
following requirements. If it does not, the printer driver may not function properly.
Personal computer
IBM PC or a compatible with a Pentium
200MHz or higher CPU
Operating system
Redhat Linux ver.6.1, 6.2
Turbo Linux ver.4.0, 6.0
Open Linux ver. 2.3, 2.4
SuSE Linux ver. 6.3, 6.4
Memory
64MB or more
I/O interface
Parallel
Centronics interface
(Conforming to IEEE1284)
Network
10/100 Base-T (UTP)
Free space on hard disk
2MB or more under /opt
In this section, installation procedure is explained, referring to Redhat Linux. If a
different procedure is used (depending on each OS), explanation is separately given
for that section.
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1. Installation
Installation
1. Log in with root when starting OS.
2. Start Terminal window.
3. Install the controller Driver CD-ROM provided with controller in the CD-ROM
drive of your personal computer.
4. Copy RPM file to optional directory. The file has been stored in “/Linux/
PrintUtility” of the CD-ROM.
5. Input the following command to Terminal window and execute:
# rpm –ivh diutil_pack_file
NOTE
Input file name to “diutil_pack_file”.
6. Installation will start when the above command has been executed.
NOTE
The installation procedure shown above cannot be used for the following
Operating Systems. Use the installation procedure given on the next page:
• Open Linux ver. 2.4
• SuSE Linux ver. 6.4
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NOTE
Before installing the printer driver, quit all other applications.
Chapter 2
This section explains the installation procedure.
XWindow System is described here.
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1. Installation
Installing the Printer Driver
Chapter 2
After installation is complete, the screen shown below will appear.
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If an error is output during installation, execute the following commands in
sequence:
# rpm -ivh diutil_pack_file --nodeps
# ln -s /usr/lib/libtcl8.0.so /usr/lib/libtcl.so
# ln -s /usr/lib/libtk8.0.so /usr/X11R6/lib/libtk.so
# ldconfig -n /usr/lib/
# ldconfig -n /usr/X11R6/lib/
NOTE
Input file name to “diutil_pack_file”.
By executing the above commands in sequence, installation can be performed
correctly.
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2. Printer setting with Xwindow System
See Chapter 3 if you refer to “Device Options Setting” in dialog box.
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The printer driver requires setting of items that are common to all print jobs,
including the port to which the printer cable is connected and any optional devices
configured with the machine: Note that these settings must be made only after the
printer driver has been installed.
Chapter 2
Making General Settings Before Using the Printer
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2. Printer setting with Xwindow System
Redhat Linux
Chapter 2
With Redhat Linux, setting is performed from “Printer Configuration” in the control
panel. The following shows how to display “Printer Configuration”:
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With Redhat Linux, “Printer Configuration” window can also be displayed by
executing “printtool” command from Terminal window.
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1. Click menu button and open [System] – [Control Panel].
2. When control panel is opened, click [Printer Configuration] button.
Printer system manager will open.
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3. First, click [Add] button of the printer manager.
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2. Printer setting with Xwindow System
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NOTES
• If you install a printer driver to the computer which has been connected via
network, be sure to consult the network administrator.
• To the network administrator: When the setting of the driver is to be selected
via network with Remote Printer, Remote Unix (1pd) Queue, etc., printer queue,
printer name, IP address, etc. are necessary. Input “PORT1” for printer queue.
5. The printer device will be detected. Click [OK] button.
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If not detected, check to see if the port is already in use.
NOTE
When network connection has been selected, detection result dialog box will not
be output.
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4. When the personal computer has been directly connected to the machine, select
“Local Printer.”
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6. Edit screen will open. First, set optional printer name.
8. Click [Select] button of input filter, and select “PostScript Printer” here. No
other settings are required.
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7. Specify the SPOOL directory to be prepared: It is acceptable to leave default
value as it is.
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9. Click [OK] button.
10. Click [OK] button in edit window of the printer to complete setting.
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2. Printer setting with Xwindow System
Turbo Linux
1. First, execute “turboprintcfg” command from Terminal window: Terminal
window will change to printer setting screen.
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2. Select [Add] button.
Chapter 2
With Turbo Linux, execute command from Terminal window for setting printer.
The following shows the display method of the setting screen:
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3. Select “Local Printer” for printer type.
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NOTE
When network printer is to be used, select “Remote LPD Queue.”
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4. Specify optional name for printer queue.
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5. Make sure that positions where SPOOL directory is to be prepared and printer
device are specified. After checking is complete, select [OK] button.
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NOTES
• When setting is performed using network printer, LPD setting (Remote
Hostname, Remote Queue) should be made in addition to above setting. Input
“PORT1” for Remote Queue.
• With Turbo Linux4.0, some other setting should be made on Edit Printer Setting
screen. For setting of printer type, select “Postscript Printer”. Other settings
can be left as default settings.
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6. Select [Save & Exit] button to complete setting.
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2. Printer setting with Xwindow System
Open Linux
Installing the Printer Driver
Chapter 2
With Open Linux, printer setting can be performed using dialog box. The setting
method using dialog box is given here.
1. Open KDE menu. Select [COAS] – [Peripherals] – [Printer].
The dialog box shown below will appear.
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2. Select [Add] from [Printer] at the left top on the dialog box.
3. “Select printer model” dialog box will appear. Select “Generic postscript
printer.”
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NOTE
Whenever network printer is to be used, select “Generic remote printer.” At this
time, input “PORT1” for Remote Queue.
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5. “Printer attributes” dialog box will appear: Make certain that correct device is
displayed here, but do not change any other items.
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6. Select [OK] button.
7. System will ask you whether to save changes, to create printer queue, etc.:
Select [OK] button.
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4. “Printer name” dialog box will appear: Input optional name and click [OK]
button.
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2. Printer setting with Xwindow System
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8. Return to Printer Configuration dialog box. Once the added printer is displayed,
select [OK] button to complete.
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2. Printer setting with Xwindow System
SuSE Linux
1. Execute command shown below from Terminal window with current directory:
# /var/lib/apsfilter/SETUP
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With SuSE Linux, command should be executed from Terminal window to set
printer.
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Terminal window will change as shown below after execution of command.
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2. Printer setting with Xwindow System
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2. Screen will change as shown below by pressing the return key. Select [Entry] –
[Device].
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3. Printer interface setting screen will appear. Select [Parallel].
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NOTE
When network is used, select [Remote] instead of [Parallel]. Then, set
HostName and printer queue. Input “PORT1” for printer queue.
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5. Screen for specifying each setting will appear. Select [Postscript] for printer
type.
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Screen will change to resolution setting screen, but it is not necessary to change
from default value.
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4. Make sure that Interface is set to parallel port.
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6. Specify printer name, paper and color.
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7. Select [Add] button for complete. Confirmation screen will appear.
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2. Printer setting with Xwindow System
How to display Printer Utility dialog box
Input the following command on the Terminal window and execute: The dialog box
will appear.
Chapter 2
If you use Xwindow, printer utility setting can be specified from dialog box. Dialog
box can be displayed only with command operation, so “didialog” command is used
here.
• Specify the printer name which was designated during setting.
• Input model name for [Model name].
Model names which can be specified are described on “didialog.1” file in “/opt/
diutil/man/man1”.
For details, see Page 2-21.
• Specify “Area”; select “us” for Inch area, “ec” for Metric area.
Refer to Chapter 3 for setting method concerning the printing.
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Specifying “Model name” and “Area” is necessary only when didialog
command is executed first.
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# /opt/diutil/bin/didialog –m [Model name] –P [Printer name] –a [Area]
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3. Use of commands
dipjl command
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Chapter 2
“dipjl” command is a printer setting command used for environment in which
Xwindow cannot be used: Refer to “dipj1.1” file in “/opt/diutil/man/manl” for
detailed description. To display “man” file, execute the following command:
# man /opt/diutil/man/manl/dipj1.1
NOTE
If you are able to use Xwindow environment, this command is not necessary.
Since the settings using this command are only temporary settings for printing,
they cannot be saved.
Printing method (dilpr command)
“dilpr” command is used for printing method. Printing of PS file is performed by
executing this command. Note that this cannot be printed from application. Refer to
“dilpr.1” file in “/opt/diutil/man/manl” for detailed description. To display “man”
file, execute the following command.
# man /opt/diutil/man/manl/dilpr.1
Example option of dilpr command
-P printer name : Specifies printer name
-y set option
: Used when a particular part of set option is to be changed.
-J Job name
: Set when a name other than file name is to be set as a job name.
Example of printing method
# /opt/diutil/bin/dilpr –P [Printer name] [File name]
NOTE
With this command, only PS file can be printed. Non-PS files must be converted
to PS for printing.
“groff” command, etc. can be used to convert to PS file.
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3. Use of commands
didialog command
Example of dialog box display method
# /opt/diutil/bin/didialog –m [Model name] -P [Printer name] -a [Area]
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Specifying “Model name” and “Area” is necessary only when didialog
command is executed first.
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# man /opt/diutil/man/manl/didialog.1
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“didialog” command is used to display dialog box for setting printer utility. Refer
to “didialog” file in “/opt/diutil/man/manl” for detailed description. To display
“man” file, execute the following command:
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3. Use of commands
Chapter 3
Property Sheets
Property Sheets
Chapter 3
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1. Property Sheets
Description of Each Property Sheet
Property Sheets
Chapter 3
Each property sheet enables you to change the settings indicated below. For a
detailed description of each function, see the corresponding reference page.
Property sheet
Outline of settings that can be changed
Reference
page
[Setup]
Allows you to set the paper take-up tray and paper
exit tray.
Also allows you to set high level printing functions
such as two-sided printing, OHP interleaving,
Cover Mode, Staple, Punch, and Folding.
p.3-8
[Paper]
Allows you to set basic printing items such as
number of copies, paper size and print orientation.
Also allows you to set functions related to sorting.
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[Device Options Allows you to set option equipment installed on the
Setting]
machine.
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Sets the copy track function.
[Job
Allows you to lock a printing job.
Management]
Also allows you to print the distribution number.
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Allows you to save and read the contents of the
settings on a “Setup”, “Paper”, “Job Management”
or “Device Options Setting” property sheet.
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NOTES
• Refer to Chapter 2 for the procedure for displaying “dialog box.”
• Differences between each OS are indicated based on Redhat Linux ver. 6.2.
• Details of OS-dependent functions are not given.
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Functions of the “Device Options Setting” Property Sheet
This property sheet allows you to set the options installed on the machine. Be sure
to select the options correctly otherwise some functions may be unusable or printing
may not take place correctly. The settings must match the machine configuration.
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(1) Device Options
Set the options installed in the machine.
• Installable Options : This is a list of installable options. Select the desired
options from this list.
Available settings: Duplex Cabinet, Dup + 2way Tray,
LCT, Dup + LCC, Mailbin Finisher,
Multi-staple Finisher, Single-staple
Finisher, Folding Finisher, Hard Disk
Drive in Copier
• Add
: Pressing this button adds the selected option.
• Remove
: Pressing this button removes the selected option.
• Installed Options : This is a list of currently installed options. Select it
when you wish to remove an option.
• Mailbox Setting : <when Mailbin Finisher is installed>
You can add a name to each mailbin of Mailbin Finisher.
For details, see Page 3-5.
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NOTE
If the Dup + 2way Tray, Dup + LCC, and Duplex Cabinet are not correctly
selected, it may not be possible to select the Finisher correctly.
Property Sheets
Chapter 3
(2) User Name
The user name set in the printer driver is displayed as the job user name on the
machine’s touch panel.
Setting range: 8 characters max
(3) About…
Click to display the manufacturer and version number of the printer driver.
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“Mailbox Setting” Dialog Box
<when Mailbin Finisher is installed>
Allows you to set the names of the mailbins in Mailbin Finisher.
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(1) MailBox
This is the bin name editing box.
Setting range: max 32 characters
(2) Apply
Press to finalize a changed name.
(3) Bin list
Displays a list of names of currently set bins.
To change the name of a bin, select the name to be changed.
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3. Functions that are Common to Various Property Sheets
Functions that are Common to Various Property Sheets
These functions are common to property sheets from “Setup” property sheet to “Job
Management” property sheet.
Property Sheets
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(1) Easy Set
Allows you to call and use the settings stored in each property sheet.
• Easy Set Name
: Allows you to call the settings stored in each property
sheet.
• Save (Delete)
: Used to save/delete the settings of property sheets.When
you touch the [Save] button to save the contents of a
property sheet, the “Save Easy Set Name” dialog box
appears. For details, see Page 3-7.
When you touch [Delete], the stored set contents are
deleted.
TIPS
• If the set contents were changed, the [Save] button will appear.
• If the set contents are the Easy Name contents, the [Delete] button will appear.
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Functions of the “Save Easy Set Name” Dialog Box
Property Sheets
Use to save print setting data.
Before pressing the [Save] button, set the contents of each property sheet.
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(1) Easy Set Name
Add a name to the stored contents.
Number of registrations: 32 max
Number of characters: 10 characters max
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(2) Paper preview/Machine preview
Allows you to display/change over the paper preview and machine preview.
• Page Layout
: The layout of the printed data on a single page is
displayed as an image. This allows you to check the
status for two-sided printing, for example.
See Page A-4 for the Page Layout list.
• Printer Figure
: When the paper take-up tray and the paper exit tray are
set, the paper take-up tray and paper exit tray are
displayed in green.
See Page A-7 for the Printer Figure list.
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4. “Setup” Property Sheet
Functions of the “Setup” Property Sheet
This property sheet allows you to set the paper take-up tray, paper exit tray and
various high grade printing functions.
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(3)
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(1) Paper Source
Selects the machine tray to be used.
Sets the cover page function and the OHP interleaving function.
• Paper Source
: Select the machine tray to be used.
The selectable paper sizes are limited by the types of
paper take-up trays installed in the machine.
Available settings: Auto, Manual Feed, Tray1~4,
LCC, LCT
• Detail of Paper Source : Set the cover page function and OHP interleaving
function. For details, see Page 3-11.
NOTE
Some paper sizes cannot be selected. For details, refer to the Operator’s Manual
of the machine.
TIPS
• Set the paper take-up tray using [Device Options Setting].
• The paper take-up tray used is displayed in green on the Printer Figure.
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NOTE
Some paper sizes cannot be selected. For details, refer to the Operator’s Manual
of the machine.
TIPS
• Set the type of finisher using [Device Options Setting].
• The paper take-up tray used is displayed in green on the Printer Figure.
Property Sheets
(2) Output Setting
This function selects the tray in the machine to which the paper is to be exited.
Settings can also be made for finishing functions including stapling, hole
punching, and folding.
• Paper exit destination
: Select the machine tray to which you wish to
exit the prints.
The selectable paper exit trays are limited by
the type of finisher installed in the machine.
Mailbin Finisher
: Auto, Mailbin
Excepting Mailbin Finisher : Auto
• Mailbin paper exit destination: If Mailbin is selected as the paper exit
destination, set the mailbin to which you wish
to exit the paper.
• Detail of Output Setting
: Set stapling, punching or folding. For details,
see Page 3-13.
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Property Sheets
Chapter 3
(3) Duplex <when Dup + 2way Tray, Dup + LCC or Duplex Cabinet is installed>
Specifies two-sided printing.
• Off
: Not set
• Short Edge Binding : Two-sided printing takes place in such a way that the
short edge is bound.
• Long Edge Binding : Two-sided printing takes place in such a way that the
long edge is bound.
NOTES
• If you print a document that contains pages of different sizes and/or different
directions in the same job, the image may be partially cut or images may
overlap each other.
• Two-sided printing and OHP interleaving cannot be set simultaneously.
TIPS
• The sizes for which you can perform two-sided printing are from 140×182mm
to 297×432 mm.
• Short Edge Binding and Long Edge Binding are displayed on the Page Layout.
(4) Smoothing
Correct the edges of the printed image.
Available settings: On, Off
NOTE
This function is used with a document whose contents are mainly text. Using the
function with a photo image could even dirty the produced image.
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Functions of the “Detail of Paper Source” Dialog Box
This function sets the cover page function and the OHP interleaving function.
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(1) Cover Page
This function is used to print a document with front and back cover pages. You
can print on the front cover, or leave it blank.
• Front Cover Page : Activates the front cover function.
• with Image (Front Cover Page)
: Prints on the front cover.
• Back Cover Page : Adds a back cover.
• with Image (Back Cover Page)
: Prints on the back cover.
• Cover Paper Source: Select the tray for the front cover and back cover papers.
Available settings: Tray1~Tray4, LCC, LCT, Manual
Feed.
NOTES
• When using special paper such as thick paper, the paper sometimes fails to be
exited to the selected paper exit destination.
• You can set Tray1~Tray4, LCC, LCT and Manual Feed using “Paper Source”.
TIP
• The tray containing the paper on which the body of the document is to be
printed is displayed in green on the Printer Figure.
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Property Sheets
Chapter 3
(2) Interleaving Paper
This function inserts sheets (interleaving sheets) between sheets of OHP film
when printing on OHP film. You can either leave these sheets blank or print the
same image as that printed on the OHP film.
• OHP Interleaving
: Activates the OHP interleaving function.
• with Image
: Prints an image on the interleaving sheet.
• Interleaving Paper Source: Select the tray for the interleaving paper.
Available settings: Tray1 ~ Tray4, LCC, LCT
NOTES
• When using the OHP interleaving function, set the number of sets of prints to
“1”.
• You cannot select the same paper take-up port for both “Paper Source” and
“Interleaving Paper Source”.
• You can set only Manual Feed using “Paper Source”.
• OHP interleaving and two-sided printing cannot be set simultaneously.
TIP
The OHP film tray is displayed in green on the Printer Figure.
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4. “Setup” Property Sheet
Functions of the “Detail of Output Setting” Dialog Box
Settings can also be made for finishing functions including stapling, hole punching,
and folding.
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(1) Staple <when Mailbin Finisher, Single-staple Finisher, Multi-staple Finisher or
Folding Finisher is installed>
This function allows you to staple one set of printed documents at a time.
• Off
: Printed documents are not stapled.
• Corner
: Printed documents are stapled at their corners.
• Long Edge
: <when Multi-staple Finisher or Folding Finisher is
installed>
The documents are stapled along the long edge.
• Short edge
: <when Multi-staple Finisher or Folding Finisher is
installed>
The documents are stapled along the short edge.
• Center
: <when Folding Finisher is installed>
The documents are stapled at the center.
NOTES
• If “Staple” is set, printed pages are fed out into the Elevator Tray.
• The stapling position is either the top left corner or the top right corner
depending upon the direction of the paper and the printing direction.
• If the capacity of Mailbin Finisher, Single-staple Finisher, Multi-staple Finisher
or Folding Finisher is exceeded, the stapling operation may be canceled. Refer
to the Operator’s Manual of the machine.
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Property Sheets
Chapter 3
• If you print a document consisting of pages of different sizes in the same
printing job, stapling may be canceled.
• Be careful when printing a document consisting of pages facing different
directions because the stapling position will be determined by the direction of
the first page.
• You cannot set certain sizes and kinds of paper. For details, refer to the
Operator’s Manual of the machine.
TIP
You can check the stapling position by using the icon in the dialog box or Page
Layout.
(2) Punch <when Mailbin Finisher, Multi-staple Finisher or Folding Finisher is
installed>
This function allows you to punch holes in the printed document.
• Off
: The document is not punched.
• Short Edge
: The document is punched along the short edge.
• Long Edge
: The document is punched along the long edge
• Punch Holes <Inch area only>
: Set the number of holes to be punched.
NOTES
• Number of punch holes can be specified only when Multi-staple Finisher is
installed.
• You cannot punch certain sizes of paper. Also, you may be unable to punch the
paper at certain positions. For details, refer to the Operator’s Manual of the
machine.
• If you select Long Edge in the manual bypass take-up mode, the paper may
sometimes fail to be punched.
• Punch and OHP interleaving cannot be set simultaneously.
• “Punch Holes”is not displayed for Metric area.
TIP
You can check the punching positions by using the icon in the dialog box or Page
Layout.
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Property Sheets
NOTE
If Folding is combined with Hole-Punch or Staple, the Hole-Punch or Staple
function to be used is restricted depending on the specific type of the Folding
function combined. For details, see Appendix A. ☞p.A-2
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(3) Folding <when Folding Finisher is installed>
Select the desired paper folding function.
• Off
: Printed pages are not folded.
• Just Output Size [Z-Fold] : Printed pages are folded into three parts.
• Half Folding
: Printed pages are folded in two at their center.
• Crease
: A crease is made in printed pages.
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Functions of the “Paper” Property Sheet
The “Paper” property sheet allows you to make basic printer settings.
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(1) Original Document Size
Sets the Original Document Size.
• Paper size
: Select the Original Document Size.
Available settings : Letter, Legal, Executive, A3, A4,
A5, A6, JIS B4, JIS B5, JIS B6,
Invoice, Ledger, 11×14, FLS1,
FLS2, FLS3, FLS4
NOTE
If you select a size of paper not loaded in the machine or Manual Feed, the
machine will give a message prompting you to add paper to Tray1, Tray2, or
Manual Feed and enter into a standby state.
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(2) Copies
Specify the number of sets of prints to be made. Enter the value either directly
or by pressing [▲] or [▼].
Setting range : 1 to 999 sets
NOTE
Keep Collate (Sort) on the application side set to “OFF” at all times.
(4) Sorting
Select the sorting method.
• Unsorted
: Prints are not sorted.
• Sorted
: Prints are sorted.
TIPS
• If you exit prints to the Elevator Tray when the Single-staple Finisher, Multistaple Finisher or Mailbin Finisher is installed, the prints are exited in a
sawtooth manner.
• When the Folding Finisher is installed or if none of the finishing options is
installed, the prints are exited in a criss-cross manner.
• The following are the minimum requirements for permitting criss-cross sorting
using the Collated setting.
Stacks of paper of the same size are loaded in the lengthwise and
crosswise directions.
The Staple, Punch or Cover mode is not set.
Property Sheets
(3) Collate
Use this function when making multiple sets of prints of the same document, to
specify whether or not to print one set at a time.
• Uncollated : All of the pages are simply printed one after the other. For
example, if you make five sets of prints, each page is printed in
sequence five copies at a time.
• Collated : Prints are output one set at a time. For example, if you make
five sets of prints of a 10-page document, the prints will be
output one set at a time.
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NOTE
When using the OHP interleaving function, set the number of sets of prints to
“1”.
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(5) Orientation
Select the orientation of the image. You can check the selected direction using
Page Layout.
• Portrait
: Printing takes place lengthwise.
• Landscape
: Printing takes place crosswise.
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TIP
A Portrait or Landscape print appears on the Page Layout.
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Functions of the “Job Management” Property Sheet
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(1) Account Code
Check this box when using the copy track function. An account code is
attached to each printing job, enabling you to carry out management at the
machine. In order to use this function, copy track function must be set at the
machine.
When the copy track function is set at the machine, printing may sometimes fail
to take place until the access number managed at the machine is correctly set.
• Account Code
: Makes the copy track function valid.
• Access Number : Enter the access number set in the machine.
Setting range: 0002 ~ 9999 (4 digits)
Property Sheets
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Property Sheets
Chapter 3
(2) Lock Job
Check this box when locking a printing job.
When using Lock Job, set a password in “Password.”
A locked printing job is printed when it is unlocked using the Job List display
on the panel of the machine. In this case, a password is necessary.
• Lock Job
: Make the lock job function valid.
• Password
: Enter the password of the lock job.
Setting range: 0000 ~ 9999 (4 digits)
(3) Distribution <when Hard Disk Drive in Copier is installed>
Specifies to add a distribution in the background during printing, and also sets
the conditions for adding distribution number. A distribution number is added
for each set of prints.
• Distribution Number : Select the distribution number function.
• 1st Page Only
: Select whether to print the distribution number on
only the first page, or on all pages.
• Starting Number
: Specify the starting number of the distribution
numbers to be printed.
Setting range: 001 ~ 999
NOTES
• When using this function in combination with the cover page function, if you set
printing of the cover page to “No” using the cover page function, and set serial
number printing to “Yes”, a distribution number will be printed on the cover
page.
• The orientation of the screen sometimes fails to match the orientation of the
distribution number.
TIP
When the distribution number reaches 999, the next number returns to 000.
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Functions of the “Conflicts” Dialog Box
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When the “Conflicts” dialog box appears, it shows the settings that could not be
combined with each other. Check the details, and click the [Cancel] button to quit.
Tip
The dialog box looks slightly differently from this one when Device Options are
being set or the PS driver is being used.
NOTE
Some settings, which are defied by the machine for the restricted combinations of
different functions, can at times be accepted by the printer driver. If a print
command is issued from the personal computer with such settings made, the
machine does not produce the output correctly or abandons the job to produce
nothing. Make sure that you make correct settings.
Property Sheets
Chapter 3
The “Conflicts” dialog box, like the one shown below, appears when a setting that
conflicts with another made previously is made on a property sheet.
When the following dialog box appears, it shows that the currently selected settings
conflict with each other.
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Chapter 3
7. “Conflicts” Dialog Box
Convenient Functions
Convenient Functions
Chapter 4
Chapter 4
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1. Convenient Functions
Convenient Functions
In this chapter, you will learn how to print your document, going step by step from
print instruction using dialog box to the completion of printing.
Basically, the setting procedure using only dialog box is explained for operation.
When command operation is to be used, perform setting individually, referring to
the setting procedure using dialog box.
Convenient Functions
Chapter 4
NOTE
Function setting procedures are explained using dialog box only.
If printing is to be executed using “dilpr” command, be sure to convert the file to
be printed to PS file before using “dilpr” command.
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2. Printing on Both Sides of the Paper
Overview
This section explains how to print a multi-page document which has been created
with an application using both sides of a sheet. It also shows the steps to be
followed when stapling two-sided pages.
To use this function, a Dup + 2way Tray, Dup + LCC or Duplex Cabinet must be
mounted on the machine.
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NOTE
When printing is to be performed, do not execute from application.
2. Dialog box will appear.
If “Paper” property sheet is not displayed, click “Paper” tab.
3. Make sure that the size of the document created with the application is displayed
in “Original Document Size” on the “Paper” property sheet.
4. Click the “Setup” tab.
Convenient Functions
1. First, display the dialog box using “didialog” command.
Chapter 4
Procedure
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5. Select “Long Edge Binding” or “Short Edge Binding” from “Duplex.”
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5. Specify Duplex.
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6. Specify Staple.
If “Long Edge Binding” is selected, printing will be performed on both sides of
each page so that the printed pages form a book when they are bound along the long
edge. If “Short Edge Binding” is selected, printing will be performed on both sides
of each page so that the printed pages form a book when they are bound along the
short edge.
Long Edge Binding
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The Page Layout shows which edge is to be bound.
Short Edge Binding
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6. If you want to staple the printed pages, click “Detail Of Output Setting” to open
the dialog box and select “Corner” in “Staple.” Then, click the [OK] button.
NOTES
• When “Long Edge Binding” is selected, “Short Edge” cannot be selected for
punch.
• When “Short Edge Binding” is selected, “Long Edge” cannot be selected for
punch.
TIP
To make holes in the printed pages, select “Long Edge” or “Short Edge” in
“Punch” on “Detail of Output Setting.”
7. Make other settings as necessary and click the [OK] button.
8. Execute printing using “dilpr” command.
9. The data will then be transferred to the machine and printing will soon start.
Convenient Functions
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Specify staple position.
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3. Printing More than One Copy at a Time
Overview
This section explains how to print two or more set copies of documents created with
an application. Most applications allow this function to be executed from the Print
dialog box. The steps described in the following are use to print two or more
collated sets of copies by using the Collate function on the printer driver.
Chapter 4
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Printout
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Convenient Functions
Procedure
1. First, display the dialog box using “didialog” command.
NOTE
When printing is to be performed, do not execute from application.
2. Dialog box will appear.
If “Paper” property sheet is not displayed, click “Paper” tab.
3. Make sure that the size of the document created with the application is displayed
in “Original Document Size.”
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5. Specify Collated.
4. In “Copies”, set the number of copies to be printed.
5. In “Collate”, select “Collated” so that the printed pages are sorted into copy sets.
TIP
When “Uncollated” is selected, printed page will be sorted into groups of
identical pages.
6. Make other settings as necessary and click the [OK] button.
7. Execute printing using “dilpr” command.
8. The data will be transferred to the machine and printing will soon start.
Convenient Functions
Chapter 4
3. Check “Original Document Size.” 4. Set the number of copies to be printed.
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4. Using the Copy Track Function
Overview
It is possible to keep track of the number of prints produced by each account.
Setting of the machine specifies 100-account management or 1000-account
management.
Procedure
1. First, display the dialog box using “didialog” command.
NOTE
When printing is to be performed, do not execute from application.
Convenient Functions
Chapter 4
2. Dialog box will appear.
If “Paper” property sheet is not displayed, click “Paper” tab.
3. Make sure that the size of the document created with the application is displayed
in “Original Document Size.”
4. Click the “Job Management” tab.
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5. Apply check mark to “Account Code.”
6. Specify Access Number.
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6. Input Access Number.
7. Make other settings as necessary and click the [OK] button.
8. Execute printing using “dilpr” command.
9. The data will then be transferred to the machine and printing will soon start.
NOTE
When Account Code is used, printing may not take place unless the account
number has been correctly set. It is possible, by using the utility that comes with
the Network (option), to confirm from the personal computer screen.
Convenient Functions
Chapter 4
5. Select “Account Code.”
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5. Printing Pages with a Distribution Number
Overview
This section explains how to print a distribution number in the background for each
copy set.
To use this function, a Hard Disk Drive in Copier must be mounted on the machine.
Print data
Printout
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NOTE
The orientation of the distribution number may not match that of the print image.
Procedure
Convenient Functions
1. First, display the dialog box using “didialog” command.
NOTE
When printing is to be performed, do not execute from application.
2. Dialog box will appear.
If “Paper” property sheet is not displayed, click “Paper” tab.
3. Make sure that all setting items, such as “Original Document Size”, are correctly
set on the “Paper” property sheet.
4. Select “Collated” for “Collate.”
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5. Click the “Job Management” tab and check the “Distribution Number.”
6. Select “1st Page Only.”
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7. Specify the starting distribution number.
6. Select the page on which to print the distribution number, either 1st Page only or
All Pages.
7. Specify the starting distribution number for “Starting Number.”
8. Make other settings as necessary and click the [OK] button.
9. Execute printing using “dilpr” command.
10. The data will then be transferred to the machine and printing will soon start.
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5. Select “Distribution number.”
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6. Printing on OHP Transparencies
Overview
This section explains how to insert a sheet of paper (interleaf) between sheets of
OHP transparencies when printing on sheets of OHP transparencies. This interleaf
may be left blank or have the same data printed on it as the OHP transparencies.
Convenient Functions
Chapter 4
Print data
Printout
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Procedure
1. First, display the dialog box using “didialog” command.
NOTE
When printing is to be performed, do not execute from application.
2. Dialog box will appear.
If “Paper” property sheet is not displayed, click “Paper” tab.
3. Make sure that all setting items, such as “Original Document Size”, are correctly
set on the “Paper” property sheet.
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4. Click the “Setup” tab and select the paper source for OHP transparencies in
“Paper Source.”
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5. Select to display “Detail of Paper Source” dialog box.
NOTE
Paper source for OHP film is Manual Feed only.
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4. Select the paper source for OHP transparencies.
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5. Click the “Detail of Paper Source”: “Detail of Paper Source” dialog box will
appear.
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6. Select “OHP interleaving.”
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8. Select the paper source for the interleaves.
Convenient Functions
7. Select “with Image” to print OHP data on the interleaves.
6. Apply check mark to “OHP Interleaving.”
7. Select the “with Image” box if you want the OHP data printed on the interleaves.
8. Select the paper source for interleaves in “Interleaving Paper Source.”
NOTE
The same paper source as that used for OHP transparencies cannot be specified
as paper source for interleaves.
9. Click the [OK] button.
10. Make other settings as necessary and click the [OK] button.
11. Execute printing using “dilpr” command.
12. The data will then be transferred to the machine and printing will soon start.
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7. Adding a Cover to Each Copy Set
Overview
This section explains how to add a front cover and/or a back cover to each of your
copy sets. Four different modes are available to choose from. Select the
appropriate one according to your needs.
Print data
Printout
1. First, display the dialog box using “didialog” command.
NOTE
When printing is to be performed, do not execute from application.
2. Dialog box will appear.
If “Paper” property sheet is not displayed, click “Paper” tab.
3. Make sure that all setting items, such as “Original Document Size”, are correctly
set on the “Paper” property sheet.
Convenient Functions
Procedure
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4. Click the “Setup” tab and select the paper source for text in “Paper Source”.
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4. Select the paper source for text.
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5. Specify to display the “Detail of Paper Source” dialog box.
NOTE
Paper sources for text are Tray 1, 2, 3, 4, Manual Feed, LCC and LCT.
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5. Click the “Detail of Paper Source”: “Detail of Paper Source” dialog box will
appear.
6. Select the front cover page function.
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9. Specify the paper source for front/back cover.
8. Select to print data on the back cover.
8. Select to add a back cover.
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7. Select to print data on the front cover.
7. Select the “with Image” box if you want data printed on the front cover.
8. Select whether to add a back cover and, if the back cover is to be added, select
whether to print data on the back cover using “Back Cover Page” and “with
Image.”
9. Select the paper source for the front/back cover under “ Cover Paper Source.”
NOTE
Paper sources for cover page are Manual Feed, Tray 1, 2, 3, 4, LCC and LCT.
10. Click the [OK] button.
11. Make other settings as necessary and click the [OK] button.
12. Execute printing using “dilpr” command.
13. The data will then be transferred to the machine and printing will soon start.
Convenient Functions
6. Apply check mark to “Front Cover Page.”
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8. Using the Lock Job (Print PC Confidential) Function
Overview
Lock job allows you to keep a particular document confidential so that document
can be printed only after a password is entered on the machine.
Convenient Functions
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Procedure on the Printer Driver Side
1. First, display the dialog box using “didialog” command.
NOTE
When printing is to be performed, do not execute from application.
2. Dialog box will appear.
If “Paper” property sheet is not displayed, click “Paper” tab.
3. Make sure that all setting items, such as “Original Document Size”, are correctly
set on the “Paper” property sheet.
4. Click the “Job Management” tab.
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8. Using the Lock Job (Print PC Confidential) Function
5. Specify “Lock Job.”
6. Input password.
6. Set password.
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Password is 4-digit number, from 0000 to 9999. If you enter a 3-digit number for
password, it will be regarded as 4-digit number, automatically adding “0” to the
head.
7. Make other settings as necessary and click the [OK] button.
8. Execute printing using “dilpr” command.
9. The data will be transferred to the machine, but printing will not yet start.
Convenient Functions
Chapter 4
5. Apply check mark to “Lock Job.”
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8. Using the Lock Job (Print PC Confidential) Function
Procedure on the Machine Side (Unlocking a Job)
After the data has been transferred to the machine, operate the machine to start
printing.
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2. Touch the [Unlock] key.
Convenient Functions
Chapter 4
1. Press the [Job List] key on the control panel.
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8. Using the Lock Job (Print PC Confidential) Function
3. Input password.
4. The job is “unlocked” and printing will start.
Convenient Functions
NOTE
All jobs, whose preprogrammed passwords match the password entered, are
“unlocked.”
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8. Using the Lock Job (Print PC Confidential) Function
Procedure on the Machine Side (Deleting a Job)
After the data has been transferred to the machine, it can be deleted without being
printed.
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2. Touch the [Delete] key.
Convenient Functions
Chapter 4
1. Press the [Job List] key on the control panel.
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8. Using the Lock Job (Print PC Confidential) Function
3. Select job to be deleted.
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5. This deletes the job from the job list.
TIP
No password is necessary to delete a job.
Convenient Functions
Chapter 4
4. Touch the [Yes] key.
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9. Using the Settings Function
Overview
Frequently used groupings of print settings can be stored and called up as necessary
for application in actual print jobs.
Procedure
Convenient Functions
Chapter 4
Operations with “Easy Set” are storing, calling up and deleting.
The number of Easy Set Names that can be stored is up to 32.
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9. Using the Settings Function
Using the Settings Stored for a Current Print Job
1. First, display the dialog box using “didialog” command.
NOTE
When printing is to be performed, do not execute from application.
2. Dialog box will appear.
Chapter 4
3. Click the down-arrow “↓” of “Easy Set Name” and from subsequent menu,
select the title name to be used. The setting data will then be read to the driver
software.
NOTE
Easy Set with status different from status of Device Options currently being used
cannot be restored: Error message will be output.
4. Click the [OK] button.
5. Execute printing using “dilpr” command.
6. The data will then be transferred to the machine and printing will soon start.
Convenient Functions
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9. Using the Settings Function
Storing settings
1. First, display the dialog box using “didialog” command.
NOTE
When printing is to be performed, do not execute from application.
2. Dialog box will appear.
3. Make settings in “Setup”, “Paper” and “Job Management” properties as
necessary.
Convenient Functions
Chapter 4
4. Click the [Save] button.
TIP
If setting is changed in step 3, the Easy Set Name becomes “Untitled” and
[Save] button will appear.
5. The “Save Easy Set Name” dialog box will appear. Input the Easy Set Name to
be registered and click the [OK] button.
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If the same Easy Set Name already exists, a dialog box asking whether it should
be over-written or not will appear.
6. Click the [OK] button.
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9. Using the Settings Function
Deleting Settings Which Have Been Stored
1. First, display the dialog box using “didialog” command.
NOTE
When printing is to be performed, do not execute from application.
2. Dialog box will appear.
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3. Click the down arrow “↓” of “Easy Set Name” and, from subsequent menu,
select the name to be used. The setting data will then be read to the driver
software.
5. Dialog box for confirmation will appear. Click the [OK] button: The title name
will disappear and the setting data will be deleted.
NOTES
• If the setting contents are changed before deleting, the Easy Set Name will
change to “Untitled” and the [Delete] button will change to the [Save] button.
Deleting cannot be performed in this status.
• Easy Set with status different from status of Device Options currently being
used cannot be restored: Error message will be output.
6. Click the [OK] button.
NOTE
The detailed print settings remain valid even after the Easy Set Name has been
cleared from the options list.
Convenient Functions
4. Click the [Delete] button.
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10. Confirming that the data has been transferred to the machine
Overview
Status of data transferred from the personal computer will be displayed in Job List.
Procedure
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2. Job list will be displayed.
Convenient Functions
Chapter 4
1. Press the [Job List] key on the control panel.
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• For printing a lock job, refer to “Procedure on the machine Side (unlocking a
Job)” in “8. Using the Lock Job (Print PC Confidential) Function.” ☞p.4-20
• For unlocking the job, refer to “Procedure on the Machine Side (Deleting a
Job)” in “8. Using the Lock Job (Print PC Confidential) Function.” ☞p.4-22
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Chapter 5
Troubleshooting
Chapter 5
Troubleshooting
5-2
1. Troubleshooting
Unable to Print
This chapter explains about the troubleshooting procedures for possible
malfunctions. Perform the troubleshooting procedures given below in that order
when the machine is unable to print even if you execute a print command from your
computer.
Troubleshooting
Chapter 5
Symptom
Possible Cause
Action
A message
appears on the
computer
screen, saying
something to
the effect that
“no printer is
connected” or
“no paper is
loaded.”
An error is present in
the machine.
Check the control panel of the
machine: If an error is displayed,
identify the error and take the
necessary action by referring to the
“Error List” on page p.5-8.
Printing does
not start despite
the completion
of printing
setup on the
computer.
An error is present in
the machine.
Check the control panel of the
machine. If an error is displayed,
identify the error and take the
necessary action by referring to
“Error List” on p.5-8.
The printer cable or
network cable is
disconnected.
Check that the printer cable or
network cable is connected
properly to the computer and
controller.
The printer driver
selected for printing is
not for the controller.
Check the printer name selected in
the OS-attached printer setting.
A print job yet to be
processed is loaded in
the machine, causing
the printer to wait.
Refer to the Job List on the
machine control panel to check for
print order.
File to be printed is not
a PS file.
Delete job and check to see if it is
PS file.
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Possible Cause
Action
Continued from
the previous
page (Printing
does not start
despite the
completion of
printing setup
on the
computer.)
The print job is locked.
Refer to the Job List on the
machine control panel to see if the
print job in question is locked. If
so, unlock it.
The connection of the
controller to the
network has not been
established.
Consult the network administrator.
The print job was
canceled.
Check the status on the
“Incompleted Job Queue” of
“Printer Management Utility”.
Machine Memory
space available is not
sufficient.
Add the machine memory to
expand its space.
If the copy track
function is enabled, an
illegal access number
might have been
entered.
Enter the correct access number.
Multiple copy
sets are
mistakenly
sorted and
stapled together
as a single large
set.
Print setting stored
with application
affects.
Check print setting of application.
Set to OFF the settings such as
“Collate”. Do not execute printing
from application.
A large number
of copies are
mistakenly
printed.
Print setting stored
with application
affects.
Check print setting of application.
Set to OFF the settings such as
“Collate”. Do not execute printing
from application.
A document
containing
more than 40
pages cannot be
printed.
The maximum number
of document pages that
can be stored in the
standard memory is
40.
• Decrease the number of
document pages or add memory
to expand its capacity.
• Select “Printer” for “Priority
Device” available in 6/6 of User’s
Choice on the machine.
If the problem persists even after these checks have been made, refer to the
Operator’s Manual provided for the machine.
Troubleshooting
Symptom
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1. Troubleshooting
5-4
1. Troubleshooting
Unable to Make Correct Settings / Unable to Print Exactly as Set
Perform the troubleshooting procedures given below in that order when you cannot
make proper settings in the printer driver or when the print results do not represent
what has been set.
Symptom
Troubleshooting
Chapter 5
Unable to select an
item in the printer
driver.
Possible Cause
Action
Some functions cannot be Do not select items which are
combined.
dimmed.
Certain items can be set only
by root user in Device Options
Setting.
The “Conflicts” dialog An illegal combination of
box is displayed on
functions has been made.
the computer screen.
Check for combination and
make a correct combination of
functions.
Unable to print exactly Incorrect settings are
as set.
made.
Check the setting for each
item of the printer driver.
Unable to specify
Staple.
Staple can be specified
only when the type of
Finisher you are using is
selected on the “Device
Options Setting” property
sheet and “Auto” is
selected for “Output
Setting” on the “Setup”
property sheet.
Select the type of Finisher you
are using on the “Device
Options Setting” property
sheet, and select “Auto” for
“Output Setting” on the
“Setup” property sheet.
No stapling can be effected
in the following case:
Paper size other than 182 ×
182 mm to 297 × 432 mm
is specified, paper source is
manual feed port, exit port
other than Auto is selected,
OHP Interleaving is
specified, Uncollated is
specified.
Check the setting of the paper
size, paper source, exit port,
OHP Interleaving, and
Collated.
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1. Troubleshooting
No stapling can be
effected if the type of
paper is thick paper or
OHP transparencies.
Action
Check the type of paper.
When Mailbin Finisher or Check the number of prints to
Multi-staple Finisher is
be made.
installed, no stapling can
be effected if number of
prints to be made exceeds
50.
When Single-staple
Finisher is installed, no
stapling can be effected if
number of prints to be
made exceeds 30.
No stapling can be
effected if the number of
pages to be printed is 50 or
more when a Folding
Finisher is mounted.
Center Staple is also
disabled if the number of
pages to be printed is 15 or
more.
No stapling can be
effected if original
document contains pages
of different sizes.
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Unable to staple
properly.
Possible Cause
Troubleshooting
Symptom
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1. Troubleshooting
Symptom
Unable to specify
Punch.
Possible Cause
Multi-staple Finisher,
Mailbin Finisher or
Folding Finisher must be
mounted to enable setting
Punch. Punch can be
specified only when
Multi-staple Finisher,
Mailbin Finisher or
Folding Finisher is
selected in Device Options
Setting.
Action
Select Multi-staple Finisher,
Mainbin Finisher or Folding
Finisher in Device Options
Setting.
Punch cannot be specified Check the setting of OHP
if OHP Interleaving is
interleaving.
specified.
No holes can be made if
the type of paper is thick
paper or OHP
transparencies.
Check the type of paper.
Prints can at times be fed Check the direction of the
out without being punched paper.
if the direction of the
paper loaded in the paper
source is not appropriate.
Folding cannot be
specified.
Troubleshooting
Chapter 5
Unable to effect
Punch.
Folding is not
effected.
The optional Folding
Finisher is necessary for
you to specify Folding.
“Folding Finisher” must
be selected on “Device
Options Setting.”
Select “Folding Finisher” on
“Device Options Setting.”
Folding may be disabled
when Staple or Punch is
specified.
Check the settings made.
(See “Function Combination
Matrix” on p. A-2.)
Folding cannot be effected
if the type of paper is
Thick Paper or OHP.
Check the type of paper.
Unable to print image Machine memory space
properly.
available is not sufficient.
Add the machine memory to
expand its space or simplify
the image to reduce the
amount of data handled.
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1. Troubleshooting
Symptom
Possible Cause
Action
Check the setting of the paper
Unable to specify the Prints with paper size of
size.
A6 or smaller cannot be
exit port
specified if paper exit port
is Mailbin.
Unable to properly
feed prints out to the
specified port.
Check the paper type and
Prints with paper size of
paper size.
B6 or smaller cannot be
fed out if paper exit port is
Mailbin.
Paper is not be fed from
the specified paper source
if that paper source is
loaded with paper of a
different size and
direction.
Load the paper source with
paper of the appropriate size
and in the appropriate
direction.
Unable to print
exactly as set.
The paper size, paper
direction, and other
settings made on the
application takes
precedence over those
made in the driver.
Make sure the settings of
printer setting are the same
settings as those set in the
driver.
Do not use the settings on
application side.
Error dialog box is
output instead of
Setting dialog box.
Unusable combination of
device and settings with
Easy Set being stored
could have been achieved
by changing of device
installed.
Open file specified in the
error dialog box, delete
applicable settings.
Distribution cannot be To specify Distribution, a Select “Hard Disk Drive in
Copier” on “Device Options
specified.
“Hard Disk Drive in
Copier” that is optional on Setting.”
the machine is necessary.
“Hard Disk Drive in
Copier” must be specified
in “Device Options
Setting.”
Troubleshooting
Paper is not fed from
the specified paper
source.
Chapter 5
Printed pages are not fed Check to see if OHP
Interleaving has been
into the Mailbin if OHP
Interleaving has been set. specified.
They are to be fed into the
Top Offset Tray.
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1. Troubleshooting
Error List
When an error occurs, the machine control panel gives the message of “Controller
failure -> 18xx.”
The table below lists the meanings of different error codes, together with the
appropriate remedial procedures. Should an error occur, identify the detail of the
error and take the necessary action.
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Code
Troubleshooting
Description
Action
18A0
NVRAM error
Issued when a fault is
found in the condition of
the setting values saved in
the NVRAM of the
controller.
Turn OFF the power, then turn it
ON. If error persists, consult
your Tech. Rep.
18A1
NIC initialization error
18A3
Version error
18A7
ROM update data load
failure
18A8
ROM update data write
failure
18F1
Machine communications
error
18F2
Controller fatal error
18D0
Hard disk being formatted
This error is eliminated as soon
as formatting is completed.
18D1
Hard disk format error
Execute formatting from Printer
Management Utility again.
If error persists, consult your
Tech. Rep.
18B8
Scan job canceled for
short of machine memory
space
18C0
Memory short during
image conversion
Recovers 10 minutes later, or
when next scan job starts.
If error persists, consult your
Tech. Rep.
18C1
Scan job NIC processing
error
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1. Troubleshooting
Code
Description
Action
18C2
Scan job controller
processing error
Recovers 10 minutes later, or
when next scan job starts.
If error persists, consult your
Tech. Rep.
18A4
ROM update data loading
Recovers as time passes, or by
conducting job.
18A5
ROM update data writing
18A6
ROM update data
completed
Troubleshooting
Chapter 5
This manual contains the specifications for the controller. Refer to the
documentation provided for the machine for the machine specifications.
Troubleshooting
Chapter 5
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1. Troubleshooting
Appendix A
A-1
Appendix A
1. Function Combination Matrix
Function Combination Matrix
Finishing
Paper Source
×
LCT
×
×
×
Manual Feed
×
×
×
❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍
❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ×
❍
× ❍ ❍ ×
×
×
Crease
Half Folding
Z-Fold
Off
Short Edge
Long Edge
Off
Center
Short Edge
Long Edge
❍ ❍ ❍ ❍
×
Uncollated
Folding
× ❍ ❍ × ❍ × ❍ ×
× ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ● ● ❍ ❍ ● ❍ ×
Collated
Punch
Corner
× ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ×
×
Off
× ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ × ❍ ❍
×
LCC
Sorted
× ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍
×
Collated
Manual Feed
×
×
Uncollated
LCT
×
×
× ●
❍ ×
× ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍
× ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍
❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ×
Sorted
Finishing
×
Tray1, 2, 3, 4
Staple
Folding
LCC
Paper Source
Auto
Punch
Tray1, 2, 3, 4
Auto
Staple
Duplex
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A-2
❍ ×
×
×
× ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍
×
×
×
× ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍
×
×
× ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ×
×
×
× ❍ ❍ × ❍ ❍ ×
×
× ❍ × ❍ ❍ ×
×
Off
❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍
Corner
❍ ❍ ❍ ❍
× ❍ ×
×
Long Edge
❍ ❍ ❍ ❍
× ❍ ×
×
×
Short Edge
❍ ❍ × ●
× ❍ ×
×
×
×
Center
❍ ❍ × ●
× ❍ ×
×
×
×
❍ ×
×
× ❍ ×
Off
❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍
Long Edge
❍ ❍ ❍ ❍
❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ×
×
×
Short Edge
❍ ❍ × ●
❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ × ❍ ×
×
Off
❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍
× ❍
× ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍
× ❍ ❍ ×
×
×
❍ ×
×
×
×
×
×
Z-Fold
❍ ×
× ❍ ❍ ×
×
Half Folding
❍ ❍ ❍ ×
❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ×
×
×
× ❍ ×
×
×
×
Crease
❍ ❍ × ●
❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ×
×
× ❍ ❍ ×
×
×
×
❍ ❍ ❍ ❍
❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ × ❍ ❍ ❍ × ❍ ❍ × ❍
❍ ❍ ❍ ❍
❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ × ❍ ❍ ❍ × ❍ ❍ ×
Long Edge Binding
Short Edge Binding
×
×
× ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ×
×
×
×
×
×
×
× ❍
Distribution Number
❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ × ❍ × ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍
OHP Interleaving
×
Cover mode
× ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ×
×
×
× ❍ ❍ × ❍ ❍ ×
×
×
× ❍ ×
× ❍ ×
×
×
× ❍
❍ : The combination is possible.
× : The combination is impossible.
(The settings made are rejected.)
● : Cannot be used if the LCT rejects loading of paper in the lengthwise direction.
: Does not function if special paper setting has been made.
1. Function Combination Matrix
Cover mode
Auto
❍ ❍ ❍ ×
×
Tray1, 2, 3, 4
❍ ❍ ❍ × ❍
LCC
❍ ❍ ❍ × ❍
LCT
❍ ❍ ❍ × ❍
❍ ❍ ❍
Manual Feed
Uncollated
❍ ❍ × ❍ ❍
Collated
❍ ❍ ❍ × ❍
❍ ❍ × ❍ ❍
Sorted
Finishing
Staple
Punch
Folding
Duplex
Distribution Number
Short Edge Binding
OHP Interleaving
Paper Source
Long Edge Binding
Duplex
Off
❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍
Corner
❍ ❍ ❍ × ❍
Long Edge
❍ × ❍ × ❍
Short Edge
× ❍ ❍ × ❍
Center
❍ ❍ ❍ × ❍
Off
❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍
Long Edge
❍ × ❍ × ❍
Short Edge
× ❍ ❍ × ❍
Off
❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍
Z-Fold
❍ × ❍ ×
×
Half Folding
×
× ❍ ×
×
Crease
❍ ❍ ❍ × ❍
Long Edge Binding
Short Edge Binding
Distribution Number
× ❍ ×
❍
❍ ×
❍
×
❍ ❍
×
× ❍
OHP Interleaving
×
Cover mode
❍ ❍ ❍ ×
×
×
Appendix A
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Appendix A
A-4
2. Preview Listing
[Page Layout]
Value Defined
for Print Setting
Item
Screen
Specifications
Orientation=
Portrait
Value Defined
for Print Setting
Item
Screen
Specifications
Orientation=
Landscape
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Duplex=
Short Edge
Binding,
Orientation=
Portrait
Duplex=
Long Edge
Binding,
Orientation=
Portrait
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Duplex=
Long Edge
Binding,
Orientation=
Landscape
Duplex=
Short Edge
Binding,
Orientation=
Landscape
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Punch=Long
Edge, Punch
Holes = 3,
Orientation=
Landscape
<Inch area
only>
Punch=Long
Edge, Punch
Holes = 3,
Orientation=
Portrait
<Inch area
only>
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Value Defined
for Print Setting
Item
Screen
Specifications
Value Defined
for Print Setting
Item
Screen
Specifications
Punch=Short
Edge, Punch
Holes = 2,
Orientation=
Portrait
<Inch area
only>
Punch=Short
Edge, Punch
Holes = 2,
Orientation=
Landscape
<Inch area
only>
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Punch=Short
Edge,
Orientation=
Landscape
<Metric area
only>
Punch=Long
Edge,
Orientation=
Portrait
<Metric area
only>
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Staple=Corner,
Orientation=
Landscape
Staple=Corner,
Orientation=
Portrait
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Staple=Long
Edge,
Orientation=
Portrait
Staple=Long
Edge,
Orientation=
Landscape
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Appendix A
A-5
Appendix A
A-6
2. Preview Listing
Value Defined
for Print Setting
Item
Screen
Specifications
Value Defined
for Print Setting
Item
Screen
Specifications
Staple=Short
Edge,
Orientation=
Landscape
Staple=Short
Edge,
Orientation=
Portrait
4668P192CA
Staple=Center,
Orientation=
Portrait
4692P123CA
4668P193CA
2. Preview Listing
[Printer Figure]
Value Defined
for Print Setting
Item
Screen
Specifications
No Installed
Options
Value Defined
for Print Setting
Item
Screen
Specifications
Dup + 2way Tray
4692P078AA
Dup + LCC or
Duplex Cabinet
4692P079AA
LCT
(Dup + LCC)
4692P080AA
Mailbin Finisher
(Dup + LCC)
4692P081AA
Single-Staple
Finisher or
Multi-Staple
Finisher
(Dup + LCC)
4692P082AA
Folding Finisher
(Dup + LCC)
4692P084AA
4692P083AA
Appendix A
A-7
Appendix A
A-8
2. Preview Listing
[Setting Preview]
Value
Defined for
Print Setting
Item
Duplex/
Booklet
Screen
Specifications
Short Edge
Binding
Value
Defined for
Print Setting
Item
Long Edge
Binding
4668P140CA
Detail of
Output
Setting
(Staple)
Corner
4668P141CA
Center
4668P144CA
Long Edge
4692P089AA
Short Edge
4668P145CA
Detail of
Output
Setting
(Punch)
Long Edge
Collate
Uncollated
Screen
Specifications
4668P146CA
Short Edge
4668P147CA
4668P148CA
Collated
4668P149CA
4668P150CA
2. Preview Listing
Value
Defined for
Print Setting
Item
Sorting
Unsorted
Orientation
Portrait
Smoothing
Off
Screen
Specifications
Value
Defined for
Print Setting
Item
Sorted
4668P151CA
4668P152CA
Landscape
4668P155CA
4668P156CA
On
4692P093AA
Detail of
Output
Setting
(Folding)
Screen
Specifications
Justify
Output Size
[Z-fold]
4692P094AA
Half Folding
4692P090AA
Crease
4692P092AA
4692P091AA
Appendix A
A-9
Appendix A
A-10
3. Specifications
Specifications for machine body
Specification for machine body: Refer to the Operator’s Manual for Windows.
Accessories
Accessories : Refer to the Operator’s Manual for Windows.
Appendix B
B-1
Appendix B
B-2
1. Glossary
Appendix B
Glossary
10BASE-T
A network data transfer standard established by the IEEE. The network uses a
twisted-pair cable carrying 10 megabits per second (10Mbps).
100BASE-T
A network data transfer standard established by the IEEE. The network uses a
twisted-pair cable carrying 100 megabits per second (Mbps).
application
A software program that performs a particular function, such as generating
graphics or spreadsheets.
click
To press and release a mouse button quickly. Often used to select an object. SEE
double-click.
control panel
A bank of indicators that show the current status of the printer.
Panel buttons that are located on the control panel make it possible to perform a
variety of different operations.
dialog box
A box that appears in order for the user to input information or settings required
for the printer to operate.
double-click
Pressing a mouse button twice in quick succession while keeping the mouse in
place. Often used to open a dialog or enable a function. SEE click.
display
A visual output device of a computer.
dpi
The fineness of detail of the output print, expressed in the number of dots per
inch (dpi, or dots per inch). Higher resolution produces text and graphics with
greater sharpness and fineness of detail, but results in a greater amount of data
involved.
B-3
font
A complete set of characters in a given typeface and style. The size of characters
is specified in points (1/72 inches).
Typeface is the distinctive design of types, such as gothic, while style is an
ornament, such as italic.
hard disk drive
A device that is contained in a computer and peripheral equipment and used to
save data and files.
In the printer controller, it is used to save fonts downloaded from the computer.
Its data is retained even when the main power is turned OFF.
icon
A graphic image on the screen that represents an element.
interface
A standard that governs the ways for two different systems to exchange
information. It specifies the format of data to be transmitted, communications
protocols, and physical configurations for connection.
IPX/SPX
The communications protocols used by NetWare.
landscape (paper orientation)
A horizontal print orientation, in which printing is oriented so that the long edges
of a sheet of paper are on top and bottom.
local printer
The printer that is directly connected to the computer being used. A printer
connected to a network is called the remote printer.
memory
The place in a computer where data can be stored and retrieved. The amount of
data stored is expressed in bytes. Memory can either be RAM or ROM.
Generally, the data stored in RAM is lost when power is turned OFF, while that in
ROM is retained even when power is turned OFF, but cannot be rewritten.
Network Interface Card (NIC)
An optional card to which network interface can be added, used for connecting a
printer to network environment.
offline
The state of the printer controller, in which it does not receive data or execute any
processing.
Appendix B
1. Glossary
B-4
1. Glossary
Appendix B
online
The state of the printer controller, in which it is capable of receiving data and
processing jobs.
operation system
A program or group of programs that control the functions of the computer and
its peripheral devices such as the printer.
parallel interface
A type of standards that govern the ways for two different systems to exchange
information, in which multiple bits are transmitted at one time. Because of that,
synchronization is necessary, which makes the scheme not right for data
transmission over a long distance. The most common parallel interface is
Centronics.
port
A connector through which data is exchanged between a computer and peripheral
equipment.
The parallel port permits multiple-bit data to be transmitted at one time,
commonly used in printers. The serial port is generally used to connect a modem
or other device.
portrait (paper orientation)
A vertical print orientation, in which printing is oriented so that the short edges of
a sheet of paper are on top and bottom.
PostScript font
A scalable outline font standard, widely adopted in the printing industry. By
downloading PostScript fonts in a PostScript-compatible printer, it is possible to
produce smoother letters than bit-mapped fonts can.
PostScript printer software
The program that is used on the computer to enable printing on PostScript
printers.
printer driver
Software that enables controlling printer operations.
print job
A single batch of job for printing specified at one time from an application.
It may be directly transmitted to the printer, or temporarily stored in a print
queue.
B-5
1. Glossary
SIMM
An acronym for Single In-line Memory Module.
TCP/IP
The standard data transfer protocol over the Internet. Data is transferred by
breaking up data messages into packets, to which IP addresses are attached.
TrueType font
A soft font standard the system has. TrueType is a font technology that ensures
that the printed output is identical to what you see on-screen. It is also scalable,
capable of producing characters in varying sizes.
paper
The medium on which the printer can print data. Varieties include OHP
transparencies, labels, letterhead, and postcards, in addition to plain paper and
recycled paper.
Terminal Window
Screen used for command operation.
RPM (Redhat Program Manager)
Most common format to manage installation of application.
man File
Manual file attached to application ,etc.
Appendix B
resolution
See dpi.
B-6
Appendix B
1. Glossary
Appendix C
C-1
Appendix C
C-2
1. INDEX
INDEX
A
Appendix C
About…
Access Number
Account Code
Add...
Adding a Cover to Each Copy Set
Administrative Functions
Apply
p.3-4
p.3-19
p.3-19
p.3-3
p.4-15
p.1-5
p.3-5
B
Bin list
p.3-5
C
Collate
Configuration
Confirming that the data has been transferred to the machine
“Conflicts” Dialog Box
Connecting the Controller
Convenient Functions
Copies
Cover Page
p.3-17
p.1-6
p.4-28
p.3-21
p.1-7
p.4-2
p.3-17
p.3-11
D
Delete
Deleting Settings Which Have Been Stored
Detail of Paper Source
Device Options
“Device Options Setting” Property Sheet
didialog command
dilpr command
dipjl command
Distribution
Duplex
p.3-6
p.4-27
p.3-8
p.3-3
p.3-3
p.2-21
p.2-20
p.2-20
p.3-20
p.3-10
E
Error List
p.5-8
F
Features of the Controller
Folding
Front Cover Page
p.1-2
p.3-15
p.3-11
C-3
1. INDEX
p.A-2
p.3-21
p.3-13
p.3-11
p.3-3
p.3-19
p.3-16
p.3-7
p.3-8
p.3-6
G
Glossary
p.B-2
H
How to display Printer Utility dialog box
p.2-19
I
Installation
Installed Options
Installing Various Printer Drivers
Interleaving Paper
Interleaving Paper Source
p.2-3
p.3-3
p.1-9
p.3-12
p.3-12
J
“Job Management” Property Sheet
p.3-19
L
Lock Job
p.3-20
M
Machine Preview
Mailbox
“Mailbox Setting” Dialog Box
Making General Settings Before Using the Printer
p.3-7
p.3-5
p.3-5
p.2-5
O
OHP Interleaving
On Line/Ready
Operating Environment
Orientation
Original Document Size
Output Setting
p.3-12
p.1-8
p.2-2
p.3-18
p.3-16
p.3-9
Appendix C
Function Combination Matrix
Functions of the “Conflicts” Dialog Box
Functions of the “Detail of Output Setting” Dialog Box
Functions of the “Detail of Paper Source” Dialog Box
Functions of the “Device Options Setting” Property Sheet
Functions of the “Job Management” Property Sheet
Functions of the “Paper” Property Sheet
Functions of the “Save Easy Set Name” Dialog Box
Functions of the “Setup” Property Sheet
Functions that are Common to Various Property Sheets
C-4
1. INDEX
Appendix C
P
Page Layout
Paper Preview
“Paper” Property Sheet
Paper Source
Password
Print PC Confidential
Printer Figure
Printer setting with Xwindow System
Printing Method
Printing More than One Copy at a Time
Printing on Both Sides of the Paper
Printing on OHP Transparencies
Printing Pages with a Distribution Number
Priority Device
Procedure on the Machine Side (Deleting a Job)
Procedure on the Machine Side (Unlocking a Job)
Property Sheets
Punch
p.3-7, p.A-4
p.3-7
p.3-16
p.3-8
p.3-20
p.4-18
p.3-7, p.A-7
p.2-5
p.2-20
p.4-6
p.4-3
p.4-12
p.4-10
p.1-8
p.4-22
p.4-20
p.3-2
p.3-14
R
Remove
p.3-3
S
Setting Preview
“Setup” Property Sheet
Smoothing
Sorting
Specifications
Staple
Starting Number
Storing settings
p.A-8
p.3-8
p.3-10
p.3-17
p.A-10
p.3-13
p.3-20
p.4-26
U
Unable to Make Correct Settings
Unable to Print
Unable to Print Exactly as Set
Uncollated
User Name
Using the Copy Track Function
Using the Lock Job Function
Using the Settings Function
p.5-4
p.5-2
p.5-4
p.3-17
p.3-4
p.4-8
p.4-18
p.4-24
C-5
1. INDEX
Using the Settings Stored for a Current Print Job
p.4-25
V
Various Printing Functions
p.1-2
W
p.3-11
Appendix C
with Image
C-6
Appendix C
1. INDEX
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