Xerox 332 user manual

User manual for the device Xerox 332

Device: Xerox 332
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Xerox Document Centre
220/230/332/340
Setup Guide
July 1999
602p35412
About This Guide

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Xerox Corporation 800 Phillips Road Webster New York 14580 Prepared by: Xerox Europe Technical Centre Multinational Professional Services Bessemer Road Welwyn Garden City Hertfordshire AL7 1HE ENGLAND ©1999 by Xerox Limited. All rights reserved. Copyright protection claimed includes all forms and matters of copyrighted material and information now allowed by statutory or judicial law or hereinafter granted, including without limitation material generated from the software programmesprograms t

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Table of Contents ABOUT THIS GUIDE .............................................................................1-1 Related Documentation ............................................................1-1 Introduction ........................................................................................1-2 Xerox Welcome Center Telephone Number .............................1-3 Conventions ......................................................................................1-4 Orientation ........

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Walkup Screen .........................................................................3-5 Timers ......................................................................................3-6 Auto Clear ............................................................................3-6 Low Power ...........................................................................3-7 Power Save (or Auto Off) .....................................................3-8 Contention .......................................

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FAX SETUPS .......................................................................................5-1 Access the Fax Setups .............................................................5-2 Fax Terminal Setups .........................................................................5-3 Access Fax Terminal Setups ....................................................5-3 Fax Terminal Options ...............................................................5-4 Local ID ..................................

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Files for Polling / Files Stored for Polling ...........................5-22 Fax Communication Setups ............................................................5-24 Access Fax Communication Setups .......................................5-24 Outgoing Fax Options ............................................................5-25 Dialing Type .......................................................................5-25 Pause Time .......................................................................

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Foreign Interface Device .................................................................6-15 ACCESS RIGHTS .................................................................................7-1 Assign Privileges ......................................................................7-4 Add Pin .....................................................................................7-5 Set User Privileges ...................................................................7-5 Delete PIN ...............

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1 About This Guide This document is a Setup Guide for the Owner, Key Operator and System Administrator of the machine. It contains step by step instructions for customizing the various product defaults. This chapter contains an introduction to the machine and an orientation to the conventions used in this Guide. NOTE: The graphic representations of the user interface screens are based on a fully configured Document Centre 332/340 and the appearance of these interface screens may differ sl

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Introduction Welcome to the Xerox family of Document Centre products. As the Owner or Key Operator, the first step is to locate and record the product serial number. The serial number is located inside the Left Front Cover, under the Copy/Print Cartridge. Record the serial number in the space below and in the front of the User Guide. Serial number: If difficulty is experienced when operating the Document Centre 220/230/332/340, check the suggestions in Chapter 11, Problem Solving, in the

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Xerox Welcome Center Telephone Number The telephone number of the Xerox Welcome Center is provided at the time of product installation. For future reference, record the telephone number in the space below: Welcome Center Telephone Number: Canada..............................................800-939-3769 United States.....................................800-821-2797 When telephoning the Xerox Welcome Center, please have the serial number of the Document Centre 220/230/332/340 readily available

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Conventions Throughout this Setup Guide, some terms are used interchangeably: - Paper is synonymous with media. - Document is synonymous with original. - Page is synonymous with sheet. - Document Centre 220/230/332/340 is synonymous with the machine. - DC is synonymous with Document Centre. Orientation Orientation is used to mean the direction of images on the page. When the image is upright, the paper (or other media) can be one of two ways: Long Edge Feed (LEF) / When paper is loaded LEF i

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Italic typeface The Italic typeface is used to emphasize a word or phrase. In addition, references to other chapters and publications are displayed in Italic typeface. For example: - Always follow safety procedures when operating equipment. - Refer to Chapter 10, Maintenance, for information about cleaning the Document Glass. Quick Pathway This book contains step by step instructions for Quick Pathway programming setups. In addition, a summary of the steps is contained in the Quick Path

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Hints Hints help to perform a task. An example of a hint is shown below: HINT: The Machine serial number is located inside the Left Front Cover of the machine under the Copy/Print Cartridge. Cautions Cautions are statements that suggest mechanical damage as a result of an action. An example of a caution is shown below: CAUTION When cleaning the Document Centre 220/230/332/340, do not use organic solvents or aerosol cleaners. Do not pour fluids directly onto any area. Avoid supplies that

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2 About Setups The Document Centre 220/230/332/340 is designed to enable machine and feature default settings to be customized to meet local requirements. This chapter contains an explanation of Setups and general information regarding the Setup procedures. NOTE: The graphic representations of the user interface screens in this chapter may differ slightly dependent on model or configuration. However, feature descriptions and functionality remain the same as described. Xerox Document Centr

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Setup Procedures During manufacture, certain settings for features and functions of the Document Centre 220/230/332/340 are programmed into the machine. Once the machine is installed, the Setup Tools can be used to change these settings to the most suitable settings for the users’ environment. To change the settings, a user enters a PIN (Personal Identification Number). Depending on the access rights assigned to the PIN any or all of the following tools can be accessed to allow the vario

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Copy Setups enables the Copy specific default settings to be changed or set up, including Reduce/Enlarge, Image Quality, Output, Sides Imaged, Expert Image Quality, Margin Shift and Erase. Refer to “Copy Setups” on Page 4-1 for further information. Fax Setups enable the Fax specific default settings to be changed or set up, including Fax Terminal Options, Fax Printing Options, Fax Report Options, Fax Panel Defaults, Fax Mailboxes and Fax File Management. Refer to “Fax Setups” on Page 5-1 f

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Owner Tools If a PIN is entered that has been assigned ‘Owner’ access rights, the user can set up or change: Access Rights the allocation of Key Operator, System Administrator, Auditron Administrator (DC332/340) and Owner Access Rights. Refer to “Access Rights” on Page 7-1 for further information. Page 2-4 About Setups

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Changing the Settings Switch On To switch ON the power to the Document Centre 220/230/332/340 press the Power ON/OFF button which is located on the upper-right side, near the front of the machine. It takes approximately 3 minutes for the machine to warm up and perform a self-test. CAUTION To avoid damage to the machine after switching OFF, allow at least 10 seconds before switching the power ON again. The first time the machine is switched ON, a message is displayed. Follow the instruct

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Press the Access button on the Control Panel. A pop-up window will be displayed on the Touch Screen. Press the # button on the Control Panel and use the number keypad to enter the default password - 22222. Touch Enter in the pop-up window. The following Screen is displayed and contains buttons for the types of setups available. NOTE: The graphic representations of the user interface screens in this chapter may differ slightly dependent on model or configuration. However, fe


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