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BASIC COPYING Placing Originals on the Exposure Glass Placing Originals in the Auto Document Feeder Basic Copying Procedure Copying From the Bypass Tray Setting Thick Paper Setting OHP Transparencies Copying Onto Special Paper Copying Onto Envelopes Preset Reduction / Enlargement Using the Zoom Function Duplex Copying Image Repeat Color Adjustment Color Balance Job Programs Page 1
Placing Originals on the Exposure Glass 1. Lift the ADF. IMPORTANT: Do not lift the ADF forcefully. Otherwise, the ADF cover might open or be damaged. NOTE: Be sure to lift the ADF more than 30°. Otherwise, the size of the original might not be detected correctly. 2. Place the original face down on the exposure glass. It should be aligned with the left scale. 1: Positioning mark 2: Left scale NOTE: Start with the first page to be copied.
Placing Originals in the Auto Document Feeder NOTES: Do not stack originals above the limit mark on the side guide of the ADF. The last page should be on the bottom. When you copy two-sided originals, both front and back sides of each original are scanned at once. Do not place objects on the sensors or cover them with your hands, or the original size may not be detected properly. 1: Sensors 1. Set the document guide to the original size. 2. Place the a
Placing Originals in the Auto Document Feeder (Cont’d.) Batch Mode The Batch mode enables you to copy originals of more than 100 pages as a single document, even if you place the originals into the ADF in installments. 1. Press Special Original. 2. Press Batch, and then press OK. 3. Place the first installment of the originals, and press the Start key. 4. After the original has been fed, place the next installment. 5. Press the Start key. Page 4
Basic Copying Procedure 1. Make sure Ready is shown on the display. If any other function is displayed, press the Copy key. Initial copy display 2. Make sure no previous settings remain. NOTE: When there are previous settings remaining, press the Clear Modes key before entering your settings. 3. Place the originals. 4. Make the necessary settings. 5. Enter the required number of copies using the number keys. NOTE: The maximum copy quantity that can be set is between
Copying From the Bypass Tray This section gives instructions for setting paper on the bypass tray. Use the bypass tray to print onto OHP transparencies, labels, thick paper, and envelopes that cannot be loaded in the paper tray. NOTES: When loading letterhead paper, pay attention to its orientation. Paper within the following dimensions can be set in the bypass tray: Vertical: 100 - 305 mm (3.9 - 12.0 in.) Horizontal: 148 - 457.2 mm (5.5 - 18.0 in.) Be sure to set the
Copying From the Bypass Tray (Cont’d.) 1. Open the bypass tray. 2. Insert the paper with the side you want to copy facing up, and align the paper guide to the paper size. Make sure the bypass tray is selected (highlighted) on the control panel. 1: Extender IMPORTANT: If the guides are not flush against the copy paper, image skewing or misfeeds might occur. NOTES: Do not stack paper over the limit mark, otherwise image skewing or misfeeds
Copying From the Bypass Tray (Cont’d.) 3. Select the paper type and size. When Copying onto Standard Size Paper: 1. Press the # (enter) key. The “Bypass Tray Paper” screen is displayed. 2. Press Select Size. 3. Select the paper size. 4. Press OK twice. When Copying onto Custom Size Paper: 1. Press the # (enter) key. 2. Press Custom Size. 3. Enter the vertical size of the paper using the number keys, and then press # (enter). 4. Enter the horizontal size of the p
Setting Thick Paper NOTES: Paper settings can also be set using the printer driver. The following procedures are not necessary when setting paper sizes using the printer driver. Paper size settings set using the printer driver have priority over those set using the machine’s display panel. When the printer driver is not used, make settings using the display panel. 1. Press the User Tools/Counter key on the control panel. 2. Press System Settings. 3. Press the Tray Paper Se
Setting OHP Transparencies 1. Press the User Tools/Counter key on the control panel. 2. Press System Settings. 3. Press the Tray Paper Settings tab. 4. Press Next to scroll through the list. 5. Press Paper Type: Bypass Tray. 6. Select OHP or Translucent. 7. Press OK. The paper type selected is displayed. 8. Press the User Tools/Counter key. NOTE: The settings made will remain valid until they are reset again. After printing on OHP transparencies or thick paper, mak
Copying Onto Special Paper 1. Put special paper in the bypass; make sure Bypass is the selected source on the control panel. Press the # (enter) key. 2. Select paper type in “Special paper”. 3. Press OK. 4. Place the originals, and then press the Start key. NOTE: When the Sort function is set, press the # (enter) key after all originals have been scanned. 5. When your copy job is finished, press the Clear Modes key to clear the settings. Copying Onto Envelopes NOTES: When
Preset Reduction / Enlargement 1. Press Reduce / Enlarge. NOTE: To select a preset ratio on the initial display, press the shortcut Reduce / Enlarge key, and then proceed to step 4. 2. Press Enlarge or Reduce. 3. Select a ratio, and then press OK. 4. Place originals, and then press the Start key. Page 12
Using the Zoom Function You can change the reproduction ratio in increments of 1%. NOTE: You can select a preset ratio close to the ratio using Reduce or Enlarge, and then adjust it further, using + or - . 1. Press Reduce / Enlarge. 2. Enter the ratio. To Select the Ratio Using + and - . 1. Select a preset ratio close to the ratio using Reduce or Enlarge. 2. Adjust the ratio further, using + or - . NOTES: Pressing + or - changes the ratio in increments of 1%. Pressin
Duplex Copying Duplex copying and orientation selection are done with the Dup./Combine/Series key. There are two types of duplex copies: 1 Sided →2 Sided Copies 2 one-sided pages onto a two-sided page. 2 Sided →2 Sided Copies 1 two-sided page onto a two-sided page. Page 14
Duplex Copying (Cont’d.) Originals and Copy Orientation You can select the orientation: Top to Top Top to Bottom 1. Press Orientation, select the orientation (Original/Copy), and then press OK. Page 15
Image Repeat The original image is copied repeatedly. There are two types of designation methods for Image Repeat. Whole Area Repeat — Repeatedly copies the entire image. Specified Area Repeat — Repeatedly copies a specified portion of the image. Decide the base point of the area, specify the length and the width, and then specify the location of the area. Whole Area Repeat NOTE: The number of repeated images depends on the original and copy paper sizes, and the rep
Image Repeat (Cont’d.) 1. Select the size of the copy paper and the reproduction ratio. 2. Press Edit / Color Creation. 3. Press Edit Image. 4. Press Image Repeat. 5. Make sure that Whole Area is selected, then press OK. 6. Press OK twice. 7. Place the original, and then press the Start key. Page 17
Color Adjustment This function lets you alter up to three single colors by mixing them with adjacent colors in the color circle. NOTES: You can adjust up to 3 colors from yellow, red, magenta, blue, cyan, or green at the same time. This function is only available in Full Color mode. 1. Press the Adjust/Program Color key. 2. Press Adjust Color. The color circle is displayed. 3. Select the colors you want to adjust. You can select up to 3 colors. 4. Adjust the
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