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HP CM8060/CM8050 Color MFP – Book Copy Feature
December 2, 2009
This document describes how to use the Book Copy feature for Edgeline MFP devices.
Introduction ......................................................................................................................................... 2
How to use the Book Copy feature ..........................................................
Introduction The Book Copy feature, which can be used to scan and print pages from a book, was implemented for Edgeline MFP devices in the firmware version 20091130 77.018.0. The Book Copy feature includes options for copying book covers, books with right binding and left binding, and skipping pages when copying. The feature also supports the standard Copy options including: single or double sided output, stapling, media size selection, watermarks, etc. This document will provide an ov
4. Choose an option for copying book covers, and then touch the Next button. a. Select Copy front cover to copy only the front book cover. b. Select Copy front and back covers to copy both the front and back book covers. c. Select Don’t copy book covers if you do not want to copy the book covers. 5. Choose an option for the book binding, and then touch the Finish button. a. Select Book has left binding for books with binding on the left. b. Select Book has right binding for books
6. Adjust other copy settings as necessary and select the number of copies to make. 7. Touch the Start button to start the Book Copy job 8. If you chose the Copy front and back covers or Copy front cover option, place the closed book with the front cover face down on the glass, positioning the book in the upper-left corner with the top edge toward the rear of the glass. Touch the Scan button.
9. If you chose the Copy front and back covers option, place the closed book with the back cover face down on the glass, positioning the book in the upper-left corner with the top edge toward the rear of the glass. Touch the Scan button. 10. Place the open book face down on the glass with the top edge toward the rear of the glass. Align the book spine with the book symbol along the top edge of the glass. 11. Select which pages of the book should be copied: a. Copy both pages cop
12. When each page is ready to be scanned, touch the Scan button. 13. After the last page is scanned, touch the Finish button. 14. When prompted, touch the Yes button to begin printing.
Frequently Asked Questions 1. Why must the flatbed cover be open while scanning a book? The flatbed cover must be open so that the device can most accurately detect the size of the book being copied. After detecting the size of the book, the device will crop the scanned image removing background content and only printed the book image on the page. 2. Why does the device scan twice? The first scan during a Book Copy is to detect the size/shape of the book and only requires scannin
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