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MP01
Copy Application Reference
Operating Instructions
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. SETTING UP THE COPY APPLICATION.............................. 1-1
OVERVIEW............................................................................................. 1-2
Personal Computer ............................................................................ 1-2
Printer ............................................................................................... 1-2
Scanner ............................................................................................ 1-2
SETTING UP THE COPY APPLICATION ................................................... 1-3
Installing the Copy Application ............................................................ 1-3
Changing the Printer Configuration ..................................................... 1-4
Uninstalling the Copy Application ....................................................... 1-4
ACCESSING THE COPY APPLICATION ................................................... 1-5
Starting Up the Copy Application ......................................................... 1-5
Exiting the Copy Application ............................................................... 1-5
2. OPERATION SCREEN AND OPERATION PANEL ............... 2-1
OVERVIEW............................................................................................. 2-2
OPERATION SCREEN ............................................................................ 2-3
OPERATION PANEL (Option) .................................................................. 2-4
3. ORIGINALS ...................................................................... 3-1
ORIGINALS ............................................................................................ 3-2
Recommended Originals .................................................................... 3-2
Sizes and Scanning Area ................................................................... 3-3
SETTING ORIGINALS.............................................................................. 3-4
Setting an Original on the Exposure Glass ........................................... 3-4
Using the Auto Document Feeder (ADF) .............................................. 3-5
4. COPYING ........................................................................ 4-1
ORIGINAL SIZE COPYING ....................................................................... 4-2
ADJUSTING IMAGE DENSITY ................................................................. 4-4
Automatic Image Density Control ........................................................ 4-4
Manual Image Density Control ............................................................ 4-5
SPECIFYING THE ORIGINAL TYPE ......................................................... 4-6
SELECTING A PAPER SOURCE ............................................................. 4-7
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SELECTING PAPER FROM THE BYPASS TRAY ...................................... 4-8
When using the default paper size ...................................................... 4-8
When using the special paper size ...................................................... 4-8
REDUCED/ENLARGED COPYING ........................................................ 4-10
COLLATING ......................................................................................... 4-12
TWO-SIDED COPYING .......................................................................... 4-13
STAPLING ............................................................................................ 4-15
5. CHANGING THE DEFAULT SETTINGS ................................ 5-1
OVERVIEW............................................................................................. 5-2
IMAGE DENSITY ..................................................................................... 5-4
ORIGINAL TYPE ..................................................................................... 5-5
AUTO RESET TIME ................................................................................. 5-6
REDUCTION/ENLARGEMENT RATIO ...................................................... 5-7
COPY RATIO RESET .............................................................................. 5-9
PAPER TRAY PRIORITY ....................................................................... 5-11
OUTPUT TRAY PRIORITY ..................................................................... 5-13
AUTO TRAY SWITCH ............................................................................ 5-15
6. CHANGING THE PRINTER CONFIGURATION .................. 6-1
OVERVIEW............................................................................................. 6-2
TIFF (Bi-directional Communication) ......................................................... 6-4
OPTIONS (Non Bi-directional Communication) .......................................... 6-5
SPECIFYING THE PAPER SIZE (Non Bi-directional Communication) ......... 6-7
Special Paper Size Setting ............................................................... 6-10
7. ERROR MESSAGES............................................................ 7-1
ERROR MESSAGES IN THE MESSAGE BOX ........................................... 7-2
CONTROL PANEL MESSAGES ............................................................... 7-3
INDEX
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1. SETTING UP THE COPY
APPLICATION
1-1
SETTING UP THE COPY
APPLICATON
SETTING UP THE COPY APPLICATION
SETTING UP THE COPY APPLICATION
OVERVIEW
Before installing this Copy Application, you must install the following drivers to
control the Printer and the Scanner.
p
p
TIFF driver (version 1.03 or later)
CFM TWAIN driver (version 5.00.0118 or later)
After installing this Copy Application, you can connect specified printer, scanner,
and PC to make copies. The system requirements for setting up the Copy
Application are outlined below.
Personal Computer
A personal computer with the following configuration is required to run the Copy
Application.
Personal Computer
PC AT Compatible
Operating System
Microsoft Windows 95
Interface
SCSI device and ASPI compatible host adapter (for
connection of scanner)
Unused COM port (for connection of scanner when
optional Copy Panel is used)
Unused parallel port (for connection of printer)
RAM
16 MB or more
Hard Disk Free Space
240 MB or more
Printer
The printer included with the Copy Application
Scanner
Aficio IS01
1-2
SETTING UP THE COPY APPLICATION
Installing the Copy Application
1
After starting Microsoft Windows 95, insert the disk labeled “Copy Application
set up program disk” into the computer’s disk drive.
2
Run “\Setup.exe” from the disk.
When the setup screen is displayed, click the [Next] button.
3
Next, the “Choose destination location” screen is displayed.
If the directory in which you want to install the program is correct, click the
.
[Next] botton, and skip step
4
Note: Install the Copy Application on to a disk with 200 MB or more free
disk space available.
If you want to select another directory, click the [Browse] button.
4
5
If the [Browse] button is clicked, the “Choose directory” screen is displayed.
Select the directory in which you want to install the program and click the
[OK] button. If the [Cancel] button is clicked, the directory selection is
stopped.
If the set directory name is new, a message is displayed. If this is OK, click
the [OK] button.
The “Setup option” screen is displayed.
After setting the following items, click the [Next] button. The installation is
started.
Language:
Select from English (US), English (UK), French, German, and Italian.
Operation panel selection:
Click the check box if an external operation panel is to be used.
Operation panel port number selection:
If the operation panel check box has been clicked, select a port number
from 1 to 4.
Note : When installing an additional external operation panel after the installation
is completed, uninstall the program and install it again.
* Refer to “Uninstall the Copy Application” in this chapter.
1-3
SETTING UP THE COPY
APPLICATON
SETTING UP THE COPY APPLICATION
SETTING UP THE COPY APPLICATION
6
7
A message is displayed just before the installation is completed.
If the [Yes] button is clicked, a shortcut for the Copy Application is created
in the Startup folder.
If the [No] button is clicked, it is not created.
When the installation is completed, the completion screen is displayed.
Click the [OK] button.
Changing the Printer Configuration
If your printer is set for bi-directional communication, it is not necessary to
perform the printer settings again.
If it is not set for bi-directional communication, before using the copy application
for the first time, you must specify the size of the paper loaded in each paper
tray and any options that are installed. Once these settings are made, it is not
necessary to change them unless the configuration (paper trays and options) of
the machine itself is changed.
* Refer to “CHANGING THE PRINTER CONFIGURATION” chapter.
Uninstalling the Copy Application
1
2
3
1-4
The copy application can be uninstalled with either of the following methods.
p
Select the name of the copy application from the “Add/remove
application” function in the “Control panel”.
p
Select “Uninstall copy application” from the “Copy application” item in
the program menu.
The uninstall confirmation message is displayed. If this is OK, click the
[Yes] button.
The uninstallation is started.
When the uninstallation is completed, click the [OK] button.
ACCESSING THE COPY APPLICATION
Starting Up the Copy Application
While Microsoft Windows 95 is running, click “Start”, “Program” and then select
the name of the Copy Application. The Copy Application is started.
Exiting the Copy Application
Click the copy application icon which is displayed in the task bar indicator area
and select “Exit”.
1-5
SETTING UP THE COPY
APPLICATON
SETTING UP THE COPY APPLICATION
SETTING UP THE COPY APPLICATION
1-6
OPERATION SCREEN AND OPERATION PANEL
OPERATION SCREEN AND
OPERATION PANEL
2. OPERATION SCREEN AND
OPERATION PANEL
2-1
OPERATION SCREEN AND OPERATION PANEL
OVERVIEW
The Copy function is controlled from the Operation Screen on your PC or the
optional external Operation Panel, after starting the Copy Application.
Note : When installing an optional external operation panel after the Copy
Application is installed, uninstall the Copy Application and install it again.
* Refer to “SETTING UP THE COPY APPLICATION” chapter.
2-2
OPERATION SCREEN AND OPERATION PANEL
OPERATION SCREEN
The screen that appears immediately after the Copy Application starts up is
called the “Operation Screen”. Copy machine functions can be performed using
the mouse to click the buttons in the Operation Screen.
p The Message Display shows the operational status of the machine and
error messages.
p All functions and controls are identical for both the Operation Panel and the
Operation Screen.
Figure 1-1. Operation Screen
User Tools key Check Display
and indicator
indicator
Message
Display Clear Modes key
Clear
Modes
User Tools:
Check
Display
Clear/
Stop
Ratio
100%
Paper
2:A4:
Ready
1
Auto
Quantity
Image
Density
Start
Collate
Staple
Duplex
F1
Ratio
Paper
lmage
Density
Photo
F2
F3
F4
F5
Enter
Function keys and indicators
Numeric keypad Start key
Clear/Stop
key
2-3
OPERATION SCREEN AND
OPERATION PANEL
Note : Whenever you see an expression like “press a key” in this manual, it
means that you should click an on-screen button with the mouse.
OPERATION SCREEN AND OPERATION PANEL
OPERATION PANEL(Option)
If you are using the optional Operation Panel, all instructions in this manual for
the Operation Panel apply to the Operation Screen.
Note : In this case, an expression like “press a key” means that you should
actually press the corresponding button with your finger.
p
The Message Display shows the operational status of the machine and
error messages.
p
All functions and controls are identical for both the optional Operation Panel
and the Operation Screen.
2-4
OPERATION SCREEN AND OPERATION PANEL
Figure 1-2. Operation Panel: Inch Version
Check
Display indicator
Function keys and indicators
Message
Display
Clear Modes key
Numeric keypad Start key Clear/Stop
key
Figure 1-3. Operation Panel: Metric Version
User Tools
key
and indicator
Check
Display indicator
Function keys and indicators
Message
Display
Clear Modes key
Numeric keypad Start key Clear/Stop
key
2-5
OPERATION SCREEN AND
OPERATION PANEL
User Tools
key
and indicator
OPERATION SCREEN AND OPERATION PANEL
2-6
ORIGINALS
ORIGINALS
3. ORIGINALS
3-1
ORIGINALS
ORIGINALS
Recommended Originals
Table 3-1. Sizes and Weights
Metric Version
Exposure glass
Auto document feeder
Size
Up to A3 (297 × 420 mm)
Weight
_
Maximum : 297 × 432 mm
A3L - A5KL
Maximum : 297 × 432 mm
52 - 105 g/m2
(14 - 28 lb)
Inch Version
Exposure glass
Auto document feeder
Size
Up to 11" × 17" (279 × 432 mm)
Maximum : 11.7" × 17"
Weight
_
11" × 17"L - 5½" × 8½"KL
Maximum : 11.7" × 17"
52 - 105 g/m2
(14 - 28 lb)
p
You can place up to about 50 originals (80 g/m2, 20 lb) in the document
feeder.
p
If you use sizes other than those above, you must specify the vertical and
horizontal dimensions.
R Avoid the following
p
Placing the following types of originals into the Auto-Document Feeder can
cause feeding problems or damage to the originals. Place the following
types of originals directly on the exposure glass.
♦ Originals of sizes other than those shown above
♦ Originals with staples or paper clips attached
♦ Perforated or torn originals
♦ Curled, folded, or creased originals
♦ Pasted originals
♦ Originals with any kind of coating, such as thermosensitive
3-2
paper, aluminum foil, carbon paper, or conductive paper
♦ Originals with indexes, tags, or other projecting parts
♦ Sticky originals such as translucent paper
paper, art
ORIGINALS
♦ Thin and soft originals
♦ Originals of inappropriate weight (See the above table.)
♦ Originals in bound form such as books
♦ Transparent originals such as OHP transparencies or translucent paper
Sizes and Scanning Area
Figure 3-1. Exposure glass
Reference
position
Horizontal
size
Vartical
size
Maximum Original Size
ORIGINALS
Figure 3-2. Auto Document Feeder
Horizontal
size
Vartical
size
Maximum Original Size
Note : When an original is placed on the exposure glass or in the Auto Document
Feeder correctly, anything within the margins (4.2 mm or 1/6 inch from
each edge) will not be copied.
3-3
ORIGINALS
SETTING ORIGINALS
Place one original on the exposure glass or multiple originals into the Auto
Document Feeder as shown. The correct procedure to use depends on the type
of original you are copying and the copying method.
p
Align the original with the rear left corner. Copying results may vary depending
on how the original is set into place. See the detailed explanations of each
function for further details.
Figure 3-3. How to set the original
<Originals>
p
<Set in document feeder>
<Set on exposure glass>
Before copying an original that includes corrections with correction fluid or
writing with ink, make sure that the original is completely dry. Moist fluid or
ink can stain the glass and cause blotches or spots.
Setting an Original on the Exposure Glass
1
Lift the Auto Document Feeder and
set the original on the exposure
glass with the copying side face
down. The corner of the original
should be aligned with the
reference mark as shown.
Reference
mark
Scale
3-4
ORIGINALS
2
Lower the Auto Document Feeder, taking care that the original does not
move.
Using the Auto Document Feeder (ADF)
p
p
Originals of different sizes cannot be copied at the same time.
If your originals are very thin, copy them one-by-one by setting them on
the exposure glass (do not use the ADF). Attempting to copy several
sheets of thin originals using the ADF may cause multiple feeding.
Setting Originals in the ADF
Adjust the document guide to match the
size of the originals. Straighten up the
edges of the originals and set them in
the ADF with the copying side face up.
Document
Note 1: When copying in Duplex, Collate or Staple, set the originals in page
order in the ADF.
Note 2: Duplex, Collate and Staple can be copied only from the ADF.
Duplex, Collate and Staple are options.
3-5
ORIGINALS
1
ORIGINALS
3-6
COPYING
COPYING
4. COPYING
4-1
COPYING
ORIGINAL SIZE COPYING
Use the following procedure to produce a copy
that is the same size as the original.
1
Make sure that “Ready” is shown in the
Message Display.
2
To clear all previously set parameters and initialize all settings to their
default values, press the [Clear Modes] button.
3
Set the originals in the ADF or on the exposure glass.
100% Ready
1:8½×11K
1
Auto
*Refer to “ORIGINALS” chapter.
p
4
5
If you want to leave the default values as they are, skip steps 4 and 5.
Make settings as described in the appropriate chapters of this manual.
Use the numeric keypad to input the number of copies you want.
If you make a mistake while inputting the number of copies, press the [Clear/
Stop] button to clear the entry and re-input the correct number.
6
Press the [Start] button to start the copying job.
p
Press the [Clear/Stop] button to interrupt the copying job.
p
Press the [Clear Modes] button to initialize the machine to its default values
after the copying job is completed.
♦ You can redefine the default values that are shown when the [Clear Modes]
button is pressed.
*Refer to “CHANGING THE DEFAULT SETTINGS” chapter.
4-2
COPYING
p The machine automatically returns to its default settings if the machine is
not operated for a specific amount of time following a copying job.
♦ The Auto Reset can be set in 10 seconds increments between 0 and 180.
COPYING
*Refer to “CHANGING THE DEFAULT SETTINGS” chapter.
4-3
COPYING
ADJUSTING IMAGE DENSITY
There are two methods that can be used to adjust the density of the copied
image, automatic and manual.
Automatic Image Density Control
With this method, the machine automatically adjusts the image density.
This function works well when contrast of the original is good.
1
Make sure that the “Auto” is shown for
the Image Density setting in the
Message Display.
100% Ready
1:8½×11K
p If it isn’t, press the [Image Density] button until “Auto” appears.
*Refer to “Manual Image Density Control” in this chapter.
p
Choose any other settings and make your copies.
2
Press the [Start] button.
4-4
1
Auto
COPYING
Manual Image Density Control
You can also adjust the image density manually.
Use this function to obtain a clear copy when the contrast of the original is poor,
or at any other time you want to adjust the image density.
1
Press the [Image Density] button to
select the desired density.
p Each press of [Image Density] causes the
Density setting on the Message Display
to change in the following sequence:
AutoàVery LightàLightàNomalà
100% Ready
1:8½×11K
1
Auto
100% Ready
1
1:8½×11K Very Light
100% Ready
1:8½×11K
1
Light
ßVery DarkßDarkß
p Choose any other settings and make your
copies.
100% Ready
1:8½×11K
1
Normal
100% Ready
1:8½×11K
1
Dark
100% Ready
1
1:8½×11K Very Dark
Press the [Start] button.
COPYING
2
4-5
COPYING
SPECIFYING THE ORIGINAL TYPE
The original type can be specified as Text or
Photo to help produce clearer copies based
on the characteristics of the original.
Text
Use this setting when copying text, tables
and/or line drawings.
Photo original
Text original
Photo
Use this setting when copying photographs or
drawings.
1
Press the [Photo] button once to select
Photo or Text.
Photo indicator Lit:
Photo
Photo indicator Off:
Text
Collate
Image
Density
p The default value is Text. You can change
the default value.
*Refer to “CHANGING THE DEFAULT
SETTINGS” chapter.
p Choose any other settings and make your copies.
2
4-6
Press the [Start] button.
Photo
indicator Lit
indicator off
COPYING
SELECTING A PAPER SOURCE
Any of the machine’s paper trays can be specified as the paper source for the
copying job.
1
p
Press the [Paper] button until the paper
size you want is shown on the Message
Display.
Press the [Clear Modes] button to select
the default paper tray.
p
100% Ready
1:8½×11K
1
Auto
100% Ready
2:8½×11L
1
Auto
100% Ready
1
p
Choose any other settings and make your copies.
2
Press the [Start] button.
COPYING
You can use paper other than that available
3:11×17L
Auto
in the machine’s paper trays, using the
Bypass Tray.
*Refer to “SELECTING PAPER FROM THE BYPASS TRAY” in this chapter.
4-7
COPYING
SELECTING FROM THE BYPASS TRAY
When using the default paper size
1
p
2
Press the [Paper] button until “B:<paper
size>” appears in the Message Display.
100% Ready
1:8½×11K
1
Auto
Choose any other settings and make your
copies.
100% Ready
B:8½×13L
1
Auto
Press the [Start] button.
p The size of paper in the Bypass tray can be specified as a default value.
*Refer to “CHANGING THE DEFAULT SETTINGS” chapter.
When using the special paper size
1
2
3
p
Press the [Paper] button until “B:<paper
size>” appears in the Message Display.
1
Auto
Press the numeric keypad’s [#] key.
Use the numeric keypad to input the
vertical dimension (length across feeding
direction) of the paper in the Bypass Tray.
Use [*/.] to input a decimal point.
Odd Size (3.5~12à#)
Vert.:______inch
The vertical dimension of the paper can be specified to any value in the
following range.
Inch Version
Metric Version
4-8
100% Ready
B:8½×13L
3.5" to 12" (in 0.01inch increments)
90mm to 297mm (in 1mm increments)
COPYING
Example:To set a vertical dimension of 11.5.
Press [1], [1], [*/.] and then [5].
p
Press [#].
Use the numeric keypad to input the
horizontal dimension (length along feeding
direction) of the paper in the Bypass Tray.
Use [*/.] to enter a decimal point.
Odd Size (5.8~17à#)
Horiz.:______inch
The horizontal dimension of the copying paper can be specified to any
value in the following range.
Inch Version
Metric version
5.8" to 17" (in 0.01inch increments)
148mm to 432mm (in 1mm increments)
Example:To set a horizontal dimension of 14.5.
Press [1], [4], [*/.] and then [5].
Odd Size (5.8~17à#)
Horiz.:__14.5inch
6
Press [#], and the dimensions you input
appears.
7
Press [#].
p
B:*
Choose any other settings and make your copies.
8
Press the [Start] button.
Vert.:__11.5inch
Horiz.:__14.5inch
100% Ready
1
Auto
COPYING
4
5
Odd Size (3.5~12à#)
Vert.:__11.5inch
4-9
COPYING
REDUCED/ENLARGED COPYING
You can also produce an enlarged or reduced
version of the original.
1
Press the [Ratio] button until the ratio you
want appears in the Message Display.
p
100% copying
1:8½×11K
1
Auto
Pressing [Ratio] steps through the available ratio settings. The following
are the ratio values that are preset when the Copy Application is installed.
Inch Version
100% à93% à77% à65% à129% à
Metric Version
100% à93% à82% à71% à141% à
p
Choose any other settings and make your copies.
2
Press the [Start] button.
p
Ratio vs. Sizes of original and copy paper.
Table 4-1. Inch Version
Ratio Size of original à Size of copy paper
93%
(For providing a margin on four sides of an original.)
77%
8 1/ 2" × 14"
à 8 1 / 2" × 11"
65%
11" × 17"
à 8 1 / 2" × 11"
8 1/ 2" × 11"
à 11" × 17"
129%
4-10
COPYING
Table 4-2. Metric Version
Ratio Size of original à Size of copy paper
93% (For providing a margin on four sides of an original.)
11" × 14" à B4 (11" × 14" is computer paper size.)
82%
B4 à A4
B5 à A5
B6 à A6
71%
A3 à A4
A4 à A5
A5 à A6
B4 à B5
B5 à B6
141%
A4 à A3
A5 à A4
A6 à A5
B5 à B4
B6 à B5
COPYING
p Use Ratio to select the reduction/enlargement ratio from among values in
the range between 37% to 150%.
* Refer to “CHANGING THE DEFAULT SETTINGS” chapter.
4-11
COPYING
COLLATING
Use Collate when making more than one copy
of a set of originals. An optional Printer Hard
Disk is necessary to collating.
1
1
Set the originals in the ADF.
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
Document guide
*Refer to “ORIGINALS” chapter.
Note : Duplex, Collate and Staple can be
copied only from the ADF.
2
3
If the “Collate” indicator is not already on,
press the [Collate/Staple/Duplex] button
until it lights.
Use the numeric keypad to input the
number of copies you want.
p Press [Clear/Stop] if you need to clear
this setting.
p Choose any other settings and make your
copies.
4
Collate
Staple
Duplex
Ratio
indicator Lit
indicator off
Press the [Start] button.
Note : The machine scans the originals and then starts collating copies.
4-12
COPYING
TWO-SIDED COPYING
An optional Duplex Unit is required for twosided copying.
One-sided originals can be copied onto both
sides of the paper.
1
2
1
2
Note : Both sides of two-sided originals can
not be copied.
1
Set the originals in the ADF.
Document guide
*Refer to “ORIGINALS” chapter.
Note : Duplex, Collate and Staple can be
copied only from the ADF.
2
3
If the “Duplex” indicators is not on, press
the [Collate/Staple/Duplex] button until
it lights.
Press the [Start] button.
Collate
Staple
Duplex
Ratio
Note : The machine scans the originals and
then starts collating copies.
indicator Lit
COPYING
indicator off
4-13
COPYING
p
You can select an original direction (Top
to Top/Top to Bottom). Align the top and
bottom edges of originals when setting,
as shown in the illustration.
Top to Top
ABC
Top to Bottom
Top to Top
A
B
Top to Bottom
Set A3L, B4L, 11" × 17"L or 8 1/2" ×
14"L originals as shown in the illustration.
Top to Top
Top to Bottom
4-14
ABC
p
COPYING
STAPLING
Use Staple when making copies stapled as
shown. Stapling is made one by one.
An optional Finisher and a Printer Hard Disk
are required for stapling.
1
Set the originals in the ADF.
Document guide
*Refer to “ORIGINALS” chapter.
p
The relationship between the position of
the staple and the set direction of the
original is as follows.
<Set in the document feeder>
<Copy>
Note : Duplex, Collate and Staple can be copied only from the ADF.
Press the [Collate/Staple/Duplex] button
until “Staple” indicator lights.
Note : When “Staple” is selected, “Collate” is
automatically selected at the same
time.
p
Choose any other settings and make your copies.
3
Press the [Start] button.
Collate
Staple
Duplex
Ratio
indicator Lit
indicator off
Note : The machine scans the originals and then starts stapling copies.
4-15
COPYING
2
COPYING
p
For this mode, the following limitations apply:
Table 4-3. Metric version
Paper Size
A4K
Paper weight
Maximum
Minimum
80 g/m2
64 g/m2
Stapler Capacity
Shift tray capacity
from 2 to 20 sheets
30 sets (80 g/m2)
Stapler Capacity
Shift tray capacity
from 2 to 20 sheets
30 sets (20 lb)
Table 4-4. Inch Version
Paper Size
1:8½×11K
p
p
p
p
4-16
Paper weight
Maximum
Minimum
20 lb
17 lb
Post cards, translucent paper, OHP transparencies, and adhesive labels,
and paper that is curled or low stiffness cannot be used.
Copy paper with different sizes and directions cannot be stapled.
If the number of copies is over the Stapler capacity, the copies will be
delivered to the shift tray without stapling.
To avoid problems caused by curled copies, load paper with the copying
side face down in the paper tray. If copies are curled, try turning the copy
paper over in the tray. If there is no improvement, change to copy paper
with less curl.
5. CHANGING THE DEFAULT
SETTINGS
5-1
CHANGING THE DEFAULT
SETTINGS
CHANGING THE DEFAULT SETTINGS
CHANGING THE DEFAULT SETTINGS
OVERVIEW
All of the machine settings are returned to their defaults whenever Auto Reset is
performed, or you press the [Clear Modes] button.
p You can change the default values of the following parameters.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
5-2
IMAGE DENSITY ...................................................
ORIGINAL TYPE ....................................................
AUTO RESET TIME...............................................
REDUCTION/ENLARGEMENT RATIO .................
COPY RATIO RESET ............................................
PAPER TRAY PRIORITY ......................................
OUTPUT TRAY PRIORITY ....................................
AUTO TRAY SWITCH ............................................
(see page 5-4)
(see page 5-5)
(see page 5-6)
(see page 5-7)
(see page 5-9)
(see page 5-11)
(see page 5-13)
(see page 5-15)
Table 5-1. shows the operation flow and the available selections in changing
default settings.
Table 5-1.
Note 1: Shading indicates the factory default values.
Note 2: (FD) shows that copies are delivered with copying side face down.
(FU) shows that copies are delivered with copying side face up.
5-3
CHANGING THE DEFAULT
SETTINGS
CHANGING THE DEFAULT SETTINGS
CHANGING THE DEFAULT SETTINGS
IMAGE DENSITY
The default image density can be set to Auto, Very Light, Light, Normal,
Dark or Very Dark.
1
Press the [User Tools] button, then “1:
Copy setting” appears.
User Tools
(1~2à #)
1:Copy Setting
Press [#], then “Copy” appears.
2
Press [0], [6], then “06: Image Density”
appears.
Copy
(00~11à #)
06:Image Density
3
Press [#], then the current default setting
appears.
Image Density(1~6à #)
1:Auto
4
Enter one of the numbers of the following selections using the numeric
keypad to set the default image density to the level you want.
No.
Selected item
No.
Selected item
1
Auto
4
Normal
2
Very Light
5
Dark
3
Light
6
Very Dark
Example : To specify “3: Light”.
Press [3].
Image Density(1~6à #)
3:Light
5
5-4
Press [#].
Image Density
*Light
The displayed default value is renewed
after about three seconds.
Copy
(00~11à #)
06:Image Density
Press the [User Tools] button to complete
the operation.
100% Ready
1:8½×11K
1
Light
ORIGINAL TYPE
The default original type can be set to Photo or Text.
1
Press the [User Tools] button, then “1:
Copy setting” appears.
User Tools
(1~2à #)
1:Copy Setting
Press [#], then “Copy” appears.
2
Press [0], [7], then “07: Photo Original”
appears.
Copy
3
Press [#], then the current default setting
appears.
Photo Orig.
4
Enter [1] or [2] using the numeric keypad to set the default original type you
want.
No.
Selected item
1
Off (Text orig.)
Text mode
2
On
Photo mode
(00~11à #)
07:Photo Original
(1~2à #)
1:Off (Text Orig.)
Note
Example : To specify “2: On”.
Press [2].
Photo Original
2:On
Press [#].
Photo Original
*On
5
The displayed default value is renewed
after about three seconds.
Copy
(00~11à #)
07:Photo Original
Press the [User Tools] button to complete
the operation.
100% Ready
1:8½×11K
1
Auto
5-5
CHANGING THE DEFAULT
SETTINGS
CHANGING THE DEFAULT SETTINGS
CHANGING THE DEFAULT SETTINGS
AUTO RESET TIME
The default auto-reset time can be specified in 10-second increments within the
range between 0 and 180.
1
Press the [User Tools] button, then “1:
Copy setting” appears.
User Tools
(1~2à #)
1:Copy Setting
Press [#], then “Copy” appears.
2
Press [0], [8], then “08: Auto Reset”
appears.
Copy
(00~11à #)
08:Auto Reset
3
Press [#], then the current default setting
appears.
Auto Reset(0~180à #)
4
Enter the leading two digits of the time you want to set as the default using
the numeric keypad.
Note : Entering “0 (zero)” disables Auto Reset.
60:Sec.
Auto Reset(0~180à #)
00:Sec.
[Off]
Example : To specify 120 seconds.
5
5-6
Press [1] and then [2].
Auto Reset(0~180à #)
120:Sec.
Press [#].
Auto Reset
*120 Sec.
The displayed default value is renewed
after about three seconds.
Copy
Press the [User Tools] button to complete
the operation.
100% Ready
(00~11à #)
08:Auto Reset
1:8½×11K
1
Auto
REDUCTION/ENLARGEMENT RATIO
This software is provided with five default reduction/enlargement ratios each for
the Inch Version and Metric Version .The default ratios are named copy ratio A,
B, C, D and E, each of which can be changed in 1% increments within the range
between 37 % to 150 %.
1
Press the [User Tools] button, then “1:
Copy Setting” appears.
User Tools
(1~2à #)
1:Copy Setting
Press [#], then “Copy” appears.
2
Select one of the five copy ratios.
Copy
(00~11à #)
01:Ratio A
Enter one of the numbers of the following selections using the numeric
keypad to select the ratio.
No.
Selected item
No.
Selected item
01
Ratio A
04
Ratio D
02
Ratio B
05
Ratio E
03
Ratio C
Example : To select “01:Ratio A”.
3
Press [0], [1], then “01: Ratio A” appears.
Copy
(01~11à #)
01:Ratio A
Press [#], then current default setting
appears.
Ratio A
100%
(37~150à #)
Enter the ratio you want to assign as the copy ratio’s default using the
numeric keypad.
Example: To specify the default ratio as 120%.
Press [1], [2] and then [0].
Ratio A
(37~150à #)
120%
Press [#].
Copy Ratio A
*120%
5-7
CHANGING THE DEFAULT
SETTINGS
CHANGING THE DEFAULT SETTINGS
CHANGING THE DEFAULT SETTINGS
4
5-8
The displayed default value is renewed
after about three seconds.
Copy
(00~11à #)
01:Ratio A
Press the [User Tools] button to complete
the operation.
100% Ready
1:8½×11K
1
Auto
COPY RATIO RESET
All the ratios (Ratio A~E) can be returned to its default settings, set when the
Copy Application is installed.
1
Press the [User Tools] button, then “Copy
Setting” appears.
User Tools
(1~2à #)
1:Copy Setting
Press [#], then “Copy” appears.
2
Press [0], [0], then "00: Copy Ratio Reset"
appears.
3
Enter [2] using the numeric keypad to reset ratio. If you don’t want to reset
time, press [1], [#].
No.
Copy
(00~11à #)
00:Copy Ratio Reset
Selected item
1
No
2
Yes
Example : To specify “2: Yes”.
Press [2].
Reset Ratio (1~2à #)
2:Yes
Press [#].
Reset Ratio
*Yes
4
The displayed default value is renewed
after about three seconds.
Copy
(00~11à #)
00:Copy Ratio Reset
Press the [User Tools] button to complete
the operation.
100% Ready
1:8½×11K
1
Auto
5-9
CHANGING THE DEFAULT
SETTINGS
CHANGING THE DEFAULT SETTINGS
CHANGING THE DEFAULT SETTINGS
p
The default values are as follows.
Table 5-2. Inch Version
%
Ratio A
Ratio B
Ratio C
Ratio D
Ratio E
100
93
77
65
129
Size of original à Size of copy paper
Original size coping
(For providing a margin on four sides of an original.)
8½"x14"
à 8½"x11"
11"x17"
8½"x11"
à 8½"x11"
à 11"x17"
Table 5-3. Metric Version
Ratio A
Ratio B
Ratio C
Ratio D
Ratio E
5-10
%
100
93
82
71
141
Size of original à Size of copy paper
Original size coping
(For providing a margin on four sides of an original.)
11" × 14" à B4 (11" × 14" is computer paper size.)
B4 à A4
B5 à A5
B6 à A6
A3 à A4
A4 à A5
A5 à A6
B4 à B5
B5 à B6
A4 à A3
A5 à A4
A6 à A5
B5 à B4
B6 à B5
PAPER TRAY PRIORITY
You can specify default paper saurce which is automatically selected when the
Copy Application is started, the Auto Reset is performed or you press the [Clear
Modes] button.
Envelope Feeder
Bypass Tray
LCT
Tray 1
Tray 2
Tray 3 (Paper Bank)
Tray 4 (Paper Bank)
1
Press the [User Tools] button, then “1:
Copy Setting” appears.
User Tools
(1~2à #)
1:Copy Setting
Press [#], then “Copy” appears.
2
Press [0], [9], then “09: Paper Tray Prio.”
appears.
Copy
3
Press [#], then the current default setting
appears.
Tray Priority(0~6à #)
1:Tray 1
4
Enter one of the numbers of the following selections using the numeric
keypad to select paper tray you want.
(01~11à #)
09:Paper Tray Prio.
5-11
CHANGING THE DEFAULT
SETTINGS
CHANGING THE DEFAULT SETTINGS
CHANGING THE DEFAULT SETTINGS
No.
Standard
+Duplex Unit
+Paper Bank
1
Tray 1
Not selectable
Tray 1
2
Tray 2
Tray 2
Tray 2
3
Bypass Tray *1
Bypass Tray *1
Tray 3
4
Tray 4
5
Bypass Tray *1
6
No.
+Duplex Unit
+Paper Bank
+Paper Bank
+LCT
+Duplex Unit
+Paper Bank
+LCT
1
Not selectable
Tray 1
Not selectable
2
Tray 2
Tray 2
Tray 2
3
Tray 3
Tray 3
Tray 3
4
Tray 4
Tray 4
Tray 4
5
Bypass Tray *1
LCT
LCT
Bypass Tray *1
Bypass Tray *1
6
Note : *1 The Envelope Feeder can be installed at the location specified for the
Bypass Tray.
Example: To specify “2: Tray 2”.
5
5-12
Press [2].
Paper Tray
2:Tray 2
Press [#].
Paper Tray
*Tray 2
(1~2à #)
The displayed default value is renewed
after about three seconds.
Copy
(01~11à #)
09:Paper Tray Prio.
Press the [User Tools] button to
complete the operation.
100% Ready
2:8½×11L
1
Auto
OUTPUT TRAY PRIORITY
You can specify default output tray which is automatically selected whenever
the Copy Application is started or the Auto Reset is performed or you press the
[Clear Modes] button.
Figure 5-2. Output Tray
External Tray or
Shift Tray (Finisher)
Output Tray 5 (Mailbox)
Output Tray 4 (Mailbox)
Output Tray 3 (Mailbox)
Output Tray 2 (Mailbox)
Output Tray 1 / Standard Tray
1
Press the [User Tools] button, then “1:
Copy Setting” appears.
User Tools
(1~2à #)
1:Copy Setting
Press [#], then “Copy” appears.
2
Press [1], [1], then “11: Output Tray Prio.”
appears.
Copy
(01~11à #)
11:Output Tray Prio.
3
Press [#], then current default setting
appears.
Tray Prio.
(1~7à #)
1:Output Tray 1
4
Enter one of the numbers of the following selections using the numeric
keypad to select output tray you want.
5-13
CHANGING THE DEFAULT
SETTINGS
CHANGING THE DEFAULT SETTINGS
CHANGING THE DEFAULT SETTINGS
No.
Standard
+Mailbox
+Finisher
+Mailbox
+FInisher
1
Standard Tray(FD)
Output Tray1(FD)
Standard Tray1(FD)
Output Tray1 (FD)
2
External Tray (FU)
Output Tray2(FD)
Shift Tray1(FU)
Output Tray2 (FD)
3
Output Tray3(FD)
Shift Tray1(FU)
Output Tray3 (FD)
4
Output Tray4(FD)
Output Tray4 (FD)
5
Output Tray5(FD)
Output Tray5 (FD)
6
External Tray(FU)
Shift Tray1(FU)
7
Shift Tray1(FD)
(FD): Copies are delivered with copying side face down.
(FU): Copies are delivered with copying side face up.
Example : To specify “2: External Tray (FD)”. (For standard machines.)
5
5-14
Press [2].
Output Tray (1~2à #)
2:External Tray (FD)
Press [#].
Output Tray
*External Tray (FD)
The displayed default value is renewed
after about three seconds.
Copy
(01~13à #)
06:Image Density
Press the [User Tools] button to complete
the operation.
100% Ready
1:8½×11K
1
Auto
AUTO TRAY SWITCH
You can specify whether or not Auto Tray Switch is enabled.
If it is enabled, the paper supply is automatically switched to another tray which
has the same size in the same direction when the paper in a tray runs out in the
middle of a copy job.
1
Press the [User Tools] button, then “1:
Copy Setting” appears.
User Tools
(1~2à #)
1:Copy Setting
Press [#], then “Copy” appears.
2
Press [1], [0], then “10: Auto Tray Switch”
appears.
Copy
(01~11à #)
10:Auto Tray Switch
3
Press [#], then the current default setting
appears.
Tray Switch
1:Off
4
Enter [1] or [2] using the numeric keypad to set the default you want.
No.
(1~2à #)
Selected item
1
Off
2
On
Example : To specify “2: On”.
Press [2].
Tray Switch
(1~2à #)
2:On
5
Press [#].
Auto Tray Switch
*On
The displayed default value is renewed
after about three seconds.
Copy
(00~12à #)
10:Auto Tray Switch
Press the [User Tools] button to complete
the operation.
100% Ready
1:8½×11K
1
Auto
5-15
CHANGING THE DEFAULT
SETTINGS
CHANGING THE DEFAULT SETTINGS
CHANGING THE DEFAULT SETTINGS
5-16
CHANGING THE PRINTER CONFIGURATION
CHANGING THE PRINTER
CONFIGURATION
6. CHANGING THE PRINTER
CONFIGURATION
6-1
CHANGING THE PRINTER CONFIGURATION
OVERVIEW
The printer configuration settings are different depending on whether or not your
printer is set for bi-directional communication.
Note: It is not necessary to perform these settings again so long as the
machine’s configuration is not changed.
If your printer is set for bi-directional communication:
Since the information already set on the printer side for the printer peripheral
equipment options and paper size can be communicated, it is not necessary to
perform the settings again from the copy application side.
p You can change the default settings of the following parameter.
• TIFF ......................................................................... (see page 6-4)
If your printer is not set for bi-directional communication:
It is necessary to set the options settings and paper size settings before using
the Copy Application for the first time.
p You can change the default settings of the following parameters.
• OPTIONS ................................................................ (see page 6-5)
• SPECIFYING THE PAPER SIZE ......................... (see page 6-7)
6-2
CHANGING THE PRINTER CONFIGURATION
Table 6-1 shows the operation flow and available selections in changing printer
configuration.
CHANGING THE PRINTER
CONFIGURATION
Table 6-1
Note: Shading indicates the factory default values.
6-3
CHANGING THE PRINTER CONFIGURATION
TIFF (Bi-directional Communication)
This section provides information on making settings for TIFF.
1
Press [User Tools], [2], then “2: Printer
Config” appears.
User Tools
(1~2à #)
2:Printer Config
2
Press [#], then “TIFF” appears.
TIFF
(0~2à #)
1:Hi-Speed(300dpi)
3
Enter one of the numbers of the following selections using the numeric
keypad to set the default you want.
No.
Selected item
0
Off
1
Hi-Speed (300dpi)
2
Hi-Quality (400dpi)
Example : To specify “2: Hi-Quality (400 dpi)”.
Press [2].
TIFF
(0~2à #)
1:Hi-Quality(400dpi)
4
Press [#].
User tool
(0~2à #)
2:Printer Config
Press the [User Tools] button to complete
the operation.
100% Ready
1:8½×11K
1
Auto
Note: When TIFF is turned off and the default printer is not TIFF, it becomes
default printer. If PCL is used, the following restrictions are established.
♦ 400dpi output is not possible.
♦ The printing speed becomes slow.
♦ Set the output option settings from the printer driver.
6-4
CHANGING THE PRINTER CONFIGURATION
OPTIONS (Non Bi-directional
Communication)
This section provides information on making settings for installed options.
Figure 6-1. Options
Finisher
CHANGING THE PRINTER
CONFIGURATION
Mailbox
Envelope Feeder
LCT
Hard Disk
(built-in)
Paper Bank
Duplex Tray
6-5
CHANGING THE PRINTER CONFIGURATION
1
Press [User Tools],[2], then “2: Printer
Config” appears.
User Tools (1~2à #)
2:Printer Config
2
Press [#], [1], then “1: Option” appears.
Printer
1:Option
Use the numeric keypad to input the
number that corresponds to the installed
option you want to set. After inputting the
number, press [#].
Option Set (1~8à #)
1:Paper Bank
3
No.
Selected item
No.
(1~2à #)
Selected item
1
Paper Bank
5
Finisher
2
LCT
6
Duplex Tray
3
Envelope Feeder
7
Hard Disk
4
Mailbox
8
TIFF
Example : To select “2:LCT”.
Press [2].
Option
2:LCT
(1~8à #)
Press [#].
4
Enter [2] using the numeric keypad to set the option.
If you don’t want to set the option, press [1].
No.
Selected item
1
Not installed
2
Installed
Example : To select “2: Installed”.
Press [2].
6-6
LCT
(1~2à #)
2:Installed
CHANGING THE PRINTER CONFIGURATION
5
Press [#].
Options
2:LCT
Press the [User Tools] button to complete
the operation.
100% Ready
1:8½×11K
(1~8à #)
1
Auto
SPECIFYING THE PAPER SIZE (Non Bidirectional Communication)
This section provides information on specifying the paper size.
Figure6-2. Printer paper tray
Envelope Feeder
Bypass Tray
Paper Tray 1
Paper Tray 2
Paper Tray 3
Paper Tray 4
LCT
1
Press [User Tools], [2], then “2: Printer
Config” appears.
User Tools (1~2à #)
2:Printer Config
2
Press [#],[2], then “2: Paper Size”
appears.
Printer
(1~2à #)
2:Paper Size
6-7
CHANGING THE PRINTER
CONFIGURATION
Repeat the above procedure to select a different installed option.
CHANGING THE PRINTER CONFIGURATION
3
Press [#], then “Paper Size” appears. Use
the numeric keypad to input the number
that corresponds to the paper tray you want
to select. After inputting the number,
press [#].
Paper Size (0~6à #)
0:Bypass Tray
Note : The paper trays you can select here depend on the options installed on
your machine.
No.
Selected item
No.
Selected item
0
Bypass Tray
4
Tray 4
1
Tray 1
5
LCT
2
Tray 2
6
Envelope Feeder
3
Tray 3
Example : To select “2: Tray 2”.
Press [2].
Paper Size
2: Tray 2
(0~6à #)
Press [#].
Tray 2
(1~7à #)
2:A4K
4
Specify the paper size for the selected paper tray. The paper size you can
set is different for the Inch Version and Metric Version different.
Table 6-2. Inch Version
No.
Bypass Tray
Tray1~Tray4
8½ × 13 L
A4K
A4 L
11 × 17 L
8½ × 13 L
A4 K
A4 L
11 × 17 L
7
8½ × 14 L
8½ × 11 L
11 × 8½ K
8½ × 14 L
8½ × 11 L
11 × 8½ K
8
Special Paper Size
1
2
3
4
5
6
6-8
LCT
11×8½ L
A4 K
Envelope Feeder
4 1 8× 9½ L
3 78 × 7½ L
C5 Env. L
C6 Env. L
DL Env. L
CHANGING THE PRINTER CONFIGURATION
Table 6-3. Metric Version
Bypass Tray
Tray1~Tray4
A3 L
A4K
A4 L
A3 L
A4 K
A4 L
7
A5 K
8 × 13 L
8½ × 11 L
11 × 8½ K
A5 K
8 × 13 L
8½ × 11 L
11 × 8½ K
8
Special Paper Size
1
2
3
4
5
6
LCT
Envelope Feeder
A4 K
11 × 8½ K
41 8× 9½ L
47 8× 7½ L
C5 Env. L
C6 Env. L
DL Env. L
CHANGING THE PRINTER
CONFIGURATION
No.
Example : To select the paper size “4: 11 x 17 L ”.
Press [4].
Press [#].
5
Press the [User Tools] button to complete
the operation.
Tray 2
4:11x17L
(1~7à #)
Paper Size
2:Tray 2
(0~6à #)
100% Ready
1
1:8½×11K
Auto
6-9
CHANGING THE PRINTER CONFIGURATION
Special Paper Size Setting
A paper size other than that selected can be set in the Bypass Tray.
1
Press [User Tools], [2], then “2: Printer
Config” appears.
User Tools
(1~2à #)
2:Printer config.
2
Press [#], [2], then “2: Paper Size”
appears.
Printer
(1~2à #)
2:Paper Size
3
Press [#], then “Paper Size” appears.
Paper Size
(0~6à #)
0:Bypass Tray
Press [0], then “0: Bypass Tray” appears.
4
5
p
Press [#], [8], then “Special Paper Size”
appears.
Bypass Tray (1~8à #)
8:Special Paper Size
Press [#], then “Size” appears. Use the
numeric keypad to input the vertical
dimention (Length across feeding
direction) of the paper in the Bypass Tray.
Use [*/.] to input a desimel point.
Size
Vert:
(3.5~12à #)
inch
The vertical dimention of the paper can be specified to any value in the
following range.
Inch Version
3.5" to 12" (in 0.01 inch increments)
Meteric Version 90mm to 297mm (in 1mm increments)
6-10
CHANGING THE PRINTER CONFIGURATION
Example: To set a vertical dimention of 11.5.
7
p
Size
Vert:
(3.5~12à #)
11.5inch
Press [#].
Size
(5.8~17à #)
Horiz:
inch
Use the numeric keypad to input the holizontal dimention (Length along
feeding direction) of the paper in the Bypass Tray. Use [*/.] to enter a
decimal point.
The holizontal dimention of the paper can be specified to any value in the
following range.
Inch Version 5.8" to 17" (in 0.01 inch increments)
Meteric Version148mm to 432mm (in 1mm increments)
Example: To set a holizontal dimention of 14.5.
Press [1], [4], [*/.], and then [5].
Size
Horiz:
8
Press [#], and the dimentions you input to
appears.
Vert:
Horiz:
9
Press [#].
Paper Size
A
Press the [User Tools] button to
Complete the opration.
(5.8~17à #)
14.5inch
11.5inch(#)
14.5inch
(0~6à #)
0:Bypass Tray
100% Ready
1:8½×11K
1
Auto
6-11
CHANGING THE PRINTER
CONFIGURATION
6
Press [1], [1], [*/.] and then [5].
CHANGING THE PRINTER CONFIGURATION
6-12
ERROR MESSAGES
ERROR MESSAGES
7. ERROR MESSAGES
7-1
ERROR MESSAGES
ERROR MESSAGES IN THE MESSAGE BOX
Inifile or Copy Application Failure. Please reinstall Copy Application.
Uninstall the Copy Application, and then, install it again.
Press [OK] to close the message box.
Copy Application is busy.
The Copy Application can’t be closed, as it is processing the copying job.
Wait until “Ready” appears in the message display on the Control Panel, then
exit the Copy Application.
Press [OK] to close the message box.
Application Duplicate or Failure. Please close af01prin, af01scan, af01opep
and af01aplm by Ctrl+Alt+Del.
Press [OK] to close the message box.
Press [Ctrl] + [Alt] + [Del] to open the message box.
Press the [End task] button in the message box to complete the sub process,
and then restart the Copy Application or reinstall it.
Aficio IS01 is not installed. Please install TWAIN driver.
Install the TWAIN driver (version 5.00.0118 or later).
Press [OK] to close the message box.
Aficio MP01 TIFF driver is not installed. Please install TIFF driver.
Install the TIFF driver (version 1.03 or later).
Press [Yes] to exit the Copy Application.
Press [No] to start the Copy Application.
An old version of TWAIN driver is installed. Please re-install CFM TWAIN
driver version 5.00.0118 or later.
Install the TWAIN driver version 5.00.0118 or later.
Press [OK] to close the message box.
7-2
ERROR MESSAGES
CONTROL PANEL MESSAGES
Printer Error See printer display
Problem with the Printer. Check the Printer display.
File I/O Error Check PC disk
File access operation has failed. Try again. If access fails again, quit the Copy
Application, restart Windows 95, and then restart the Copy Application.
Insufficient PC disk Space
Quit the Copy Application, and then restart it. If this message appears again, it
means there is not enough space available on the computer’s hard disk.
PC Memory is not sufficient
Copy application Error (Check Printer)
Printer problem due to an unknown cause during execution of the Copy Application.
Quit the Copy Application and then restart it.
Remove misfed Orig from ADF
ADF (Auto Document Feeder) is misfed. Remove the misfed document and
repeat the operation.
Note: This message will change to “Ready” in a few seconds.
Even if “Ready” displays, check the Error indicator on the Scanner.
Close Document Feeder cover
Upper ADF (Auto Document Feeder) cover is open. Close the cover.
7-3
ERROR MESSAGES
Try again. If access fails again, quit the Copy Application, restart Windows 95,
and then restart the Copy Application.
If this message appears again even if another application is not running, it means
that available computer RAM is insufficient.
ERROR MESSAGES
Scanner not connect Check Scanner
No response from Scanner. Quit the Copy Application, restart the Windows 95
and then restart the Copy Application.
If this message appears again, turn off the Scanner and the Computer, and then
check the connection between them.
Printer not connect Check Printer
No response from Printer. Quit the Copy Application, restart the Windows 95
and then restart the Copy Application.
If this message appears again, turn off the Printer and the Computer, and then
check the connection between them.
Max copy entry Press start to copy
A maximum of 100 pages of original can be set on the ADF.
Although the copying is temporarily stopped, if the [Start] button is pressed, the
copying is continued.
Note: If the Staple mode has been set, the staples are automatically released.
If the Collate mode has been set, the copy block up to page 100 and the
copy block from page 101 and collated separately.
TWAIN Used by Other Application
Press the [Clear Modes] button to clear the error, then close the other application
that is using the Scanner.
7-4
INDEX
INDEX
INDEX
Index-1
INDEX
INDEX
A
Auto Document Feeder (ADF), 3-5
Auto Reset, 4-3, 5-6
AUTO TRAY SWITCH, 5-15
Automatic Image Density Control, 4-4
B
Bi-directional communication, 6-2
Bypass Tray, 4-8, 5-11, 6-7
C
Changing the Printer Configuration, 1-4
Check Display indicator, 2-3, 2-5
Clear Modes, 4-2
Clear Modes key, 2-3, 2-5
Clear/Stop, 4-2
Clear/Stop key, 2-3, 2-5
Collate, 4-12
Collate/Staple/Duplex, 4-12, 4-13, 4-15
CONTROL PANEL MESSAGES, 7-3
COPY RATIO RESET, 5-9
D
Exposure Glass, 3-4
External Tray, 5-13
F
Finisher, 5-13, 6-5
Function keys, 2-3, 2-5
H
Hard Disk, 6-5
Hard Disk Free Space, 1-2
I
IMAGE DENSITY, 4-4, 5-4
Installing the Copy Application, 1-3
Interface, 1-2
L
LCT, 5-11, 6-5, 6-7
M
Mailbox, 5-13, 6-5
Manual Image Density Control, 4-5
Message Display, 2-3, 2-5
DEFAULT SETTINGS, 5-1
Duplex, 4-13
Duplex Tray, 6-5
E
Envelope Feeder, 5-11, 6-5, 6-7
ERROR MESSAGES, 7-1
ERROR MESSAGES IN THE MESSGE BOX, 7-2
Exiting the Copy Application, 1-5
Index-2
N
Non bi-directional communication
Numeric keypad, 2-3, 2-5
O
Operating System, 1-2
OPERATION PANEL, 2-4
INDEX
OPERATION SCREEN, 2-3
Staple, 4-15
OPTIONS, 6-5
ORIGINAL SIZE COPYING, 4-2
ORIGINAL TYPE, 4-6, 5-5
ORIGINALS, 3-2
Start, 4-2
Start key, 2-3, 2-5
Starting Up the Copy Application, 1-5
Output Tray, 5-13
Output Tray Prio., 5-13
T
Text, 4-6
TIFF, 1-2, 6-4
P
Paper, 4-7
Paper Bank, 5-11, 6-5
PAPER SIZE, 6-7
PAPER SOURCE, 4-7
Paper Tray, 6-7
Paper Tray Prio., 5-11
PCL, 6-4
Personal Computer, 1-2
Photo, 4-6
Photo Original, 5-5
Printer, 1-2
Tray, 5-11
Tray Priority, 5-11
Tray Switch, 5-15
TWAIN, 1-2
U
Uninstalling the Copy Application , 1-4
User Tools, 5-3, 5-4, 6-3
User Tools key, 2-3, 2-5
PRINTER CONFIGURATION, 6-1
R
RAM, 1-2
Ratio, 4-10, 5-7
REDUCED/ENLARGED COPYING, 4-10
REDUCTION/ENLARGEMENT RATIO, 5-7
INDEX
Reset Ratio, 5-9
S
Scanner, 1-2
Scanning Area, 3-3
SETTING ORIGINALS, 3-4
Shift Tray, 5-13
Special Paper Size, 4-8, 6-10
Standard Tray, 5-13
Index-3
INDEX
Index-4
Worldwide Ricoh Location
U.S.A.
RICOH CORPORATION
5 Dedrick Place
West caldwell, New Jersey 07006
(TEL)973-882-2000
Spain
RICOH ESPAÑA S.A.
Guitard, 45
08014 Barcelona
(TEL)490-09-60
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(TEL)045-851 00 44
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(TEL)181-261-4000
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RICOH HONG KONG LTD.
23/F.,China Overseas Building
139,Hennessy Road,
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(TEL)2862-2888
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B.P.307, 92143 Clamart Cedex
(TEL)01-4094-3838
RICOH COMPANY, LTD.
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Telephone: Tokyo 3479-3111
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