Xerox WorkCentre Pro 575 user manual

User manual for the device Xerox WorkCentre Pro 575

Device: Xerox WorkCentre Pro 575
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Number of pages: 327
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XEROX
WorkCentre Pro 555/575
Advanced Features Guide
708P84302

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Xerox Limited, Global knowledge and Language Services, Enterprise Centre, Bessemer Road, WELWYN GARDEN CITY, AL7 1HE United Kingdom ©2000 by Xerox Corporation. All rights reserved. Xerox®, Xerox Limited® and all the products mentioned in this publication are trademarks of Xerox Corporation and Xerox Limited. Products and trademarks of other companies are also acknowledged. Copyright protection claimed includes all forms and matters of copyrightable material and information now allowed by statu

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Table of Contents Chapter 1 Introduction .............................................................................1-1 Finding Information in the Advanced Features Guide (SAG) .....................1-1 Information provided by the User’s Guide ..................................................1-3 Document Conventions ..............................................................................1-4 Notes, Cautions, and Warnings..................................................................1-5

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Modifying or Deleting One Touch Dial Numbers ..............................2-25 Pre-setting Group Numbers ............................................................2-26 Programming Group Send ...............................................................2-28 Deleting or Modifying a Group Number....................................2-29 Filling out the One Touch Label................................................2-30 Setting the Department Codes ................................................

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Multi Access Function Table - PC.............................................2-58 Chapter 3 Receiving Documents ............................................................3-1 Basic Receive.............................................................................................3-3 Setting the Auto Answer Mode ...........................................................3-3 Setting the Fax/Tad Answer Mode*....................................................3-4 Setting the Tel/Fax Answer Mode* .

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Chapter 5 Transmitting Documents .......................................................5-1 Transmission Modes .........................................................................5-1 Memory Send or Direct Send Default Mode...............................................5-4 Memory Send ............................................................................................5-5 Direct Send ................................................................................................5-6 D

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ITU-T Relay Communications ..................................................................5-33 ITU-T Relay Transmission................................................................5-33 Chapter 6 Cancelling Jobs ......................................................................6-1 Stop Key .....................................................................................................6-1 Job Status Key ................................................................................

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Deleting a Document Stored in a Local ITU-T Mailbox .............8-9 Remote ITU-T Mailbox .....................................................................8-11 Sending to a Remote ITU-T Mailbox........................................ 8-11 Polling a Remote ITU-T Mailbox ..............................................8-14 Attaching an ITU-T Sub Address......................................................8-16 Transmitting a Document to an ITU-T Sub Address ................8-17 Polling a Documen

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Making Copies..........................................................................................10-1 Chapter 11 Using the ControlCentre ....................................................11-1 Setting up the WorkCentre .......................................................................11-2 Setting the Machine Defaults............................................................11-2 Setting up the Telephone Lines........................................................11-3 Using the Powe

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Deleting One Touch Key Entries ....................................................11-15 Presetting a Speed Dial Number....................................................11-15 Editing a Speed Dial Number .........................................................11-16 Deleting Speed Dial Numbers ........................................................11-17 Presetting a Group Dial Number ....................................................11-17 Editing a Group Dial Number .........................

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Calling for Service ....................................................................................12-3 Error Messages and Codes......................................................................12-3 Error Codes ..............................................................................................12-6 Status Code Table............................................................................12-8 Transmission Problems .............................................................

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Cleaning the Cabinet....................................................................... C-21 Cleaning the Document Scanner .................................................... C-22 Cleaning the Paper Pickup Roller and Paper Guide ....................... C-24 Appendix D Data Sheet........................................................................... D-1 Appendix E Safety Certification and Environmental Compliance ...... E-1 Laser Safety Information .......................................

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Introduction 1 Introduction Thank you for purchasing the Xerox WorkCentre Pro. The WorkCentre is designed for ease of use, but to use your machine to its fullest potential, take some time to read the Documentation. You will be ready to send and receive faxes and make copies with your machine as soon as you have read the User Guide. You can then refer to topics in this Advanced Features Guide as needed. Finding Information in the Advanced Features Guide (SAG) The Advanced Features Guide cont

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Introduction Polling - Chapter 7 Describes the Polling functions and instructs how to perform each function. Mailbox Communications - Chapter 8 Describes both the Xerox Mailbox system and the standard ITU-T Mailbox system and instructs how to use the mailbox functions for each system. Reports - Chapter 9 Describes the reports and lists and instructs how to setup or print each report. Copying Documents - Chapter 10 Describes the Copy functions and instructs how to perform each function. Co

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Introduction Information provided by the User’s Guide In addition, the User’s Guide contains the following sections: Table of Contents Use the Table of Contents to find topics easily. How to Use this Manual - Chapter 1 Describes the information in the User’s Guide and Advanced Features Guide. Introduction - Chapter 2 Describes the system and space requirements and the system and hardware features of the machine and provides an overview of how the machine operates. Each key on the Control Pane

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Introduction Document Conventions A document convention is simply a way of presenting information. This section explains the conventions used in the WorkCentre Pro User’s Guide. Many procedures require you to press a key to perform a function; these keys appear in boldface type. For example: Press Start to send a fax. When you use the Menu Mode, you may have to press a series of keys before arriving at the desired menu. The resulting screen message for each step appears next to the series

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Introduction Notes, Cautions, and Warnings This manual uses notes, cautions, and warnings to emphasize information the reader needs. Notes contain information that supplements the text. Notes are emphasized with italics. The following is an example of a note: Note: Notes are provided as additional information. The following are examples of a caution and a warning: CAUTION Do not touch the green drum surface. Touching the drum could reduce the print quality. WARNING Do not touch the heater uni

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Introduction 1-6 WorkCentre Pro 555/575

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Programming the Machine 2 Programming the Machine This chapter contains detailed instructions for programming the WorkCentre from the Control Panel. Step-by-step instructions are provided for programming features using the Menu Mode, storing frequently used numbers to automatic dialing keys, and setting machine defaults. Using the Menu Mode Various functions of the WorkCentre are available by selecting menu items with the menu screen displayed on the Control Panel. The display shows one m

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Programming the Machine Keys used in Menu Mode Operation The following table lists the keys commonly used when programming the machine in Menu Mode. Key Key Description Press the Menu key to change the display from Menu Standby Mode to the menu screen. When the menu screen is already displayed, press this key to scroll up through the menu selections. When a menu screen is displayed, press the Down arrow key to scroll down through the menu selections. When the menu screen is displayed, pre


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