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Kyocera KM-8030 User Manual

Kyocera km-8030: user guide.
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    This Advanced Operation Guide is for models 6030 and 8030. In this guide, 6030 refers to the 60 cpm (copies per minute) model and 8030 to the 80 cpm model. NOTE: This Advanced Operation Guide contains information that corresponds to using both the inch and metric versions of these copiers.

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    Introduction This Advanced Operation Guide includes the following chapters: 1 Copying Functions Describes the full-featured copying functions of the copier. 2 Document and Output Management Functions Explains the copier’s versatile functions for managing original documents and jobs during and after copying. 3 System Settings Covers general default settings.

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    Guides Included The following guides are included with this copier. Refer to the proper guide for your needs. Operation Guide Describes how to load paper, basic copier operations, and troubleshooting. Advanced Operation Guide (This Guide) Covers copying details in depth as well as default settings. Conventions in This Guide The following conventions are used depending on the nature of the description.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introduction ... i Guides Included ... ii Conventions in This Guide ... ii Copying Functions ... 1-1 Paper Source ...1-2 Original Size ...1-3 Copy Quantity ...1-7 Original Orientation ...1-8 Offset Mode ...1-10 Stapling ...1-11 Punching ...1-13 Combine Mode ...1-15 Margin Mode ...1-18 Centering Originals ...1-20 Border Erase ...1-21...

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Copy Count per Department ... 4-14 Activating and Deactivating Job Accounting ... 4-18 Job Accounting Default Settings ... 4-19 Copying with Job Accounting ON ... 4-28 Appendix ... Appendix-1 Paper ... Appendix-2 Specifications ... Appendix-9 Intercompatible Functions ... Appendix-12 Glossary ... Appendix-16 Index ...

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Copying Functions This chapter explains the following topics. • Paper Source...1-2 • Original Size...1-3 • Copy Quantity...1-7 • Original Orientation...1-8 • Offset Mode...1-10 • Stapling...1-11 • Punching...1-13 • Combine Mode...1-15 • Margin Mode...1-18 • Centering Originals...1-20 • Border Erase...1-21 • Page Numbering...1-25 •...

  • Page 8: Paper Source, Paper Source

    Copying Functions Paper Source Switch the paper supply to the MP tray or different cassettes to select paper of different sizes. Follow the steps as below to select the paper source. Place the originals in the document processor or on the platen. When [APS] is selected, paper matching the size of the original will be selected automatically.

  • Page 9: Original Size, Original Size

    Original Size Specify the size of originals that will serve as the basis for scanning. Be sure to specify the original size when copying originals of nonstandard sizes. Choose the original size from the following groups of original size. • Standard Size - Standard sizes in commonly used.

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    Copying Functions Other Standard Size Follow the steps as below to specify the other standard sizes. Place the originals in the document processor or on the platen. Press [Function]. Press [Select Orig.Size] ([Select Size Orig.]). Press [Other stand.Size] ([Others stand.Size]). Select the original size.

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    Press [Input size]. Press [+] and [-] to specify the vertical size (Y). Setting Range Inch models Metric models With metric models, you can enter the size directly using the numeric keys after pressing [#-Keys]. Press [+] and [-] to specify the horizontal size (X).

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    Copying Functions Custom Size Follow the steps as below to specify one of the four custom sizes. Place the originals in the document processor or on the platen. Press [Function]. Press [Select Orig.Size] ([Select Size Orig.]). Select the registered custom size. Press the Start key to start copying.

  • Page 13: Copy Quantity, Copy Quantity

    Copy Quantity Specify the copy quantity for individual jobs within the range of 1 to 9,999. Follow the steps as below to specify the copy quantity. Place the originals in the document processor or on the platen. Use the numeric keys on the operation panel to enter the desired copy quantity.

  • Page 14: Original Orientation, Original Orientation

    Copying Functions Original Orientation Specify the original orientation to use these functions. • Duplex mode • Split mode (separate copies from two-sided originals) • Margin mode • Centering originals • Border erase • Combine mode • Memo mode • Page numbering •...

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    Press [Orig. Set Direction]. Press [Top Edge] ([Back Edge]) or [Left Top Edge] ([Left top corner]) that matches the direction you customarily use. Press [Close]. Specify the function which original orientation affects, such as Duplex mode. Press the Start key to start copying. Ready to copy.

  • Page 16: Offset Mode, Offset Mode

    Copying Functions Offset Mode Deliver the printed copies so that each set is stacked perpendicular to the previous set. NOTE: Paper of the same size must be loaded in the different cassettes with portrait and landscape orientations. The supported paper sizes are 11 × 8 16K.

  • Page 17: Stapling, Stapling

    Stapling You can staple sets of copies. NOTE: Stapling requires the optional document finisher. The orientations of the original and corresponding staple positions are as follows. Originals Follow the steps as below for stapling. Press [Function] and then [ Press [Staple/Punch]. Copies One staple Two staples (Left/Right)

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    Copying Functions Press [1 staple] or [2 staples]. Select the staple position. Place the originals in the document processor or on the platen and press the Start key. If the original is placed on the platen, Scan next original(s) will be displayed. Place the next original and press the Start key.

  • Page 19: Punching, Punching

    Punching Punch holes in sets of finished copies in preparation for binding. NOTE: Punching requires the optional document finisher and punching unit. The orientations of the original and corresponding punch positions are as follows. Originals NOTE: The inch model provides two-hole and three-hole punching. The metric model provides two-hole and four-hole punching.

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    Copying Functions Press [2 holes] or [3 holes] for the inch model. Press [2 holes] or [4 holes] for the metric model. Select the hole punch position. Place the originals in the document processor or on the platen. Press the Start key to start copying. 1-14 Ready to copy.

  • Page 21: Combine Mode, Combine Mode

    Combine Mode Images from either two or four originals are reduced and combined onto a single copy. The page boundary of each original can be indicated by a solid or dotted line. NOTE: Combine mode is available for the copy paper sizes of A3, B4, A4, A4R, B5, B5R, 11 × 17", 11 ×...

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    Copying Functions 4-in-1 Mode For copying four originals onto a single sheet. This mode can be used with Duplex mode to copy eight originals onto one sheet. The orientations of the original and corresponding output are as follows. Originals NOTE: When placing the original on the platen, copy originals in the order of the page. Types of Page Boundary Lines Choose from the following types of the lines for page boundaries.

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    Press [Combine] ([Merge copy]). Press [2 in 1] ([2-in-1]) or [4 in 1] ([4-in-1]). Select the desired layout. Select the type of the lines to indicate page boundaries. Place the originals in the document processor or on the platen and press the Start key. If the original is placed on the platen, Scan next original(s) will be displayed.

  • Page 24: Margin Mode, Margin Mode

    Copying Functions Margin Mode You can shift the original image to make space on the copy for binding on the left (right) or top (bottom) side. The supported margin width is as follows. Margin Width Inch models Metric models Margin on the Back Side When duplexing, you can also specify the margin on the back side.

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    Press [Auto] or [Front/Back margin]. [Auto] specifies the margin on the back side automatically based on the front margin. If you choose [Front/Back margin], use [ ], [ ], [ ] and [ ] to specify the margins. Specify the orientation of placed originals.

  • Page 26: Centering Originals, Centering Originals

    Copying Functions Centering Originals When you copy onto paper larger than the original size, you can center the original image on the paper. Follow the steps as below for centering. Place the originals in the document processor or on the platen with the top edge facing either the rear or the left side of the copier.

  • Page 27: Border Erase, Border Erase

    Border Erase Use this mode to prevent the appearance of shadows from around the edges of originals. Choose from the following Border Erase modes. • Sheet Border Erase - Use this mode to erase black borders around the single sheet original. •...

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    Copying Functions Sheet Border Erase Follow the steps as below to erase the black borders from around the edges of the single sheet original. Place the originals in the document processor or on the platen. Press [Function]. Press [Border Erase] ([Erase Mode]). Press [Sheet Erase] ([Border Erase]).

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    Press [Book Erase]. Press [+] and [-] to specify the border width to erase. With metric models, you can enter the border width directly using the numeric keys after pressing [#-Keys]. Press the Start key to start copying. Separate Border Erase Follow the steps as below to erase the black borders specifying the width of the borders individually.

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    Copying Functions Select the border for which you will specify the width to erase. Press [+] or [-] to specify the border width to erase. With metric model, you can enter the border width directly using the numeric keys after pressing [#-Keys]. Press [Close].

  • Page 31: Page Numbering, Page Numbering

    Page Numbering Numbers the multiple pages of original in sequential order. The formats of numbering include: [-1-], [P. 1], or [1/n]. The format [1/n] prints the total number of pages in the place of [n]. The page number will be centered at the bottom of the page. Follow the steps as below for page numbering.

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    Copying Functions Press [+] or [-] to select the starting page and press [Close]. To specify the starting a number other than 1, press [Select start #] ([Setting start page]). Press [+] or [-] to select the starting number and press [Close]. You can also enter the number with the numeric keys after pressing [# keys] ([#-Keys]).

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    Press [+] or [-] to select the total number of pages and press [Close]. You can also enter the number with the numeric keys after pressing [# keys] ([#-Keys]). Specify the orientation of the original. Press the Start key. If the original is placed on the platen, Scan next original(s) will be displayed. Place the next original and press the Start key.

  • Page 34: Cover Mode, Cover Mode

    Copying Functions Cover Mode Copies the first page and/or the last page onto colored paper or thick paper which is fed from other paper source that the normal paper source. Front Cover Originals Back Cover Originals You can select not to print the first page and/or last page so that the cover is blank for both one side and duplex printing.

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    Adding the back cover is optional. The paper source to supply the paper for the cover is specified using the system menu. Refer to Specifying Cassette for Cover Paper on page 3-9. Thick or transparency must be supplied from the MP tray. IMPORTANT: During one-sided copying, duplexing and copying on the back of covers are not available even if specified.

  • Page 36: Form Overlay, Form Overlay

    Copying Functions Form Overlay Copy the original images onto the form. Once you scan and register the form, the scanned original is overlayed onto the form. NOTE: To register the form, refer to Form Box on page 2-2. Follow the steps as below for form overlay. Press [Function].

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    Select the form from the list and press [Close]. Place the original for the form on top of the other originals. When using the platen, place the original for the forms first. Press the Start key. When the original is placed on the platen, Place originals then press Start key (Set original. Press Start key) will be displayed.

  • Page 38: Booklet From Sheets, Booklet From Sheets

    Copying Functions Booklet from Sheets Delivers booklet of two-sided copies with facing pages from one-sided or two-sided originals. Booklet, such as a magazine, is available by folding at the center. You can copy the cover page onto colored paper or thick paper. The paper source to supply the paper for the cover is specified using the system menu.

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    For top binding The folded copies can be read from top to bottom. Specifying a booklet cover When using colored paper or thick paper for front or back covers, you can specify how to copy. Front Cover Originals Back Cover Originals NOTE: The figures shown above are an example of binding on the left.

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    Copying Functions Press [Booklet]. Specify the binding direction of both the originals and finished copies. If the message It is impossible to copy in present setting mode. Change setting of original and finishing mode is displayed, confirm that you are selecting the correct original orientation (shown at the right of the touch panel) and the proper settings for the original and finished copies.

  • Page 41: Booklets From Facing Pages, Booklets From Facing Pages

    Booklets from Facing Pages Delivers booklets, such as a magazine, by adding front and back covers (with or without copying). The paper source to supply the paper for the cover is specified using the system menu. Refer to Specifying Cassette for Cover Paper on page 3-9. NOTE: The supported original sizes and paper sizes are as follows.

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    Copying Functions Press [Booklet]. Press [Book Booklet]. Specify the binding direction of both the originals and finished copies. If the copier is equipped with the optional document finisher, [Saddle Stitch] ([Center Staple]) will be displayed and you can specify center margin stapling. If the copier is also equipped with a folding unit, you can specify folding along the center of copies where the center margin is stapled.

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    Copying Functions Press the Start key to start scanning the original. Scan next original(s) is displayed. Place the next original and press the Start key. After scanning all originals, press [Scanning finished] to start copying. 1-37...

  • Page 44: Memo Mode, Memo Mode

    Copying Functions Memo Mode Delivers copies with a space for adding notes. You can also copy two originals onto the same sheet with a space. NOTE: Memo mode is available for the copy paper sizes of A3, B4, A4, A4R, B5, B5R, 11 × 17", 11 ×...

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    Press [Memo Pages]. Press [Layout A] or [Layout B]. Select the layout. Select the page boundary line. Place the originals in the document processor or on the platen and press the Start key. If the original is placed on the platen, Scan next original(s) will be displayed. Place the next original and press the Start key.

  • Page 46: Batch Scanning, Batch Scanning

    Copying Functions Batch Scanning Scans multiple originals for a single copy job without using the document processor. You can also prepare single copy jobs if there are too many originals to place at once when using the document processor. Divide the original into smaller sets and scan each set with the document processor. In Batch Scanning mode, you can continue scanning originals until you press [Scanning finished].

  • Page 47: Proof Mode, Proof Mode

    Proof Mode Delivers a single copy of a high-volume copy job to check before approving the job. If there are any problems with the copy, simply cancel the job to avoid wasting paper. Follow the steps as below to check a single copy in a job. Press [Function] and then [ Press [Proof Copy] ([Test Copy]).

  • Page 48: Repeat Copy, Repeat Copy

    Copying Functions Repeat Copy Enable additional copies in the desired quantity as necessary after a copy job is completed. For confidential documents, you can set up a pass code for the use of Repeat Copy. In such a case, the correct pass code must be entered when using Repeat Copy or copies will not be delivered.

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    Outputting Repeat Copy Jobs Press the Repeat Copy key to list the Repeat Copy jobs and review the list of registered jobs. You can view, print, and delete registered jobs. Re-Printing Jobs Follow the steps as below to output Repeat Copy jobs again. Press the Repeat Copy key.

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    Copying Functions Reviewing Jobs Follow the steps as below to check the registered Repeat Copy jobs. Press the Repeat Copy key. Select the job to review and press [Check Details]. An input screen will be displayed if you specified a pass code. Use the numeric keys to enter the pass code and press [Enter].

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    Deleting Repeat Copy Jobs Follow the steps as below to delete registered Repeat Copy jobs. Press the Repeat Copy key. Select the job to delete and press [Delete]. Press [Yes] to delete the selected job. To delete other jobs, repeat steps 2 and 3. Press [End] to display the [Basic] screen.

  • Page 52: Backing Sheets For Transparencies, Backing Sheets For Transparencies

    Copying Functions Backing Sheets for Transparencies When two or three transparencies are stacked on top of each other, static electricity may cause them difficult to handle. This mode automatically inserts a backing sheet between transparencies for easier handling. You can copy the same image onto the backing sheet or make multiple copies from the original.

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    Press [OHP Backing] ([OHP Back]). Press [Copy] or [Blank]. Press the Start key to start copying. Copying Functions Ready to copy. Auto Memo Proof Copy Rotation Backing Pages Orig. Set Mirror EcoPrint Invert Direction Image Repeat Select of Staple Multi-Page Copy Output /Punch...

  • Page 54: Auto Rotation, Auto Rotation

    Copying Functions Auto Rotation Automatically rotates the image when the sizes of the original and the loaded paper matches but the orientations are different. The images will be rotated 90° counter-clockwise prior to copying. NOTE: You can select Auto Rotation as the default mode. Refer to Selecting Auto Rotation on page 3-14.

  • Page 55: Output Destination, Output Destination

    Output Destination Particular trays of the document finisher or multi-job tray can be specified as the output destination for accomplished copies. Destination Auto Tray A Tray B Tray 1 Tray 2 Tray 3 Tray 4 Tray 5 NOTE: Requires the optional document finisher and multi-job tray. You can change the default destination for copies.

  • Page 56: Ecoprint Mode, Ecoprint Mode

    Copying Functions EcoPrint Mode Helps economizing the toner used for copies. Use this mode when high-quality copying is not required (e.g., when making test copies). NOTE: Copies in this mode are somewhat lighter. Follow the steps as below for EcoPrint mode. Press [Function] and then [ Press [EcoPrint].

  • Page 57: Inverted Copying, Inverted Copying

    Inverted Copying Inverts black and white portions of the image for copying. Follow the steps as below for inverted copying. Press [Function] and then [ Press [Invert]. Press [On] to specify inverted copying. Down]. Ready to copy. Auto Rotation Backing Orig.

  • Page 58: Mirror Image, Mirror Image

    Copying Functions Mirror Image Copies the mirrored images of the original. Follow the steps as below for mirror image copying. Press [Function] and then [ Press [Mirror Image]. Press [On] to specify mirror image copying. 1-52 Down]. Ready to copy. Auto Rotation Backing...

  • Page 59: Auto Selection Mode, Auto Selection Mode

    Auto Selection Mode Using the document processor, scans originals of different sizes for automatic copying onto paper sizes matching each original. NOTE: In this mode, up to 30 originals of different sizes can be placed in the document processor at the same time.

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    Copying Functions Originals of Different Widths Place all originals of different widths. NOTE: This setting is only available for metric models. The supported combinations of originals are as follows. • A3, B4, A4 and B5 • B4, A4R and B5 •...

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    Press the Auto Selection key. Press [Auto selection]. On metric models, press the [Same Width Original] or [Diff Width Original] key. Press the Start key to start copying. NOTE: When copying the originals of different widths, the reading speed of the document processor becomes slower than as usual to read the originals certainly.

  • Page 62: Multi-page Forms, Multi-page Forms

    Copying Functions Multi-Page Forms Using the document processor, scans multiple originals bound together as a single set, such as accounting forms. NOTE: Place the original forms one by one in the document processor. Insert originals binding side first in the document processor.

  • Page 63: Programmed Copying, Programmed Copying

    Programmed Copying Registers combinations of up to eight copy modes and functions displayed on the operation panel as a single program. After registering sets of frequently used functions as a single program, you can simply press the program number as needed to recall those functions. You can also name the programs to identify them.

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    Copying Functions Using Programs to Copy Follow the steps as below to copy using registered programs. Press [Program]. Press the program number (1 to 8) to recall the program. Place the originals in the document processor or on the platen and press the Start key to copy using the program as it was created.

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    Deleting Programs Follow the steps as below to delete programs. Press [Program]. Press [Delete]. Press the number (1 to 8) of the program to delete. Press [Yes] to delete the program. to copy. User choice Function Program Delete registration Select the number of program to delete. No registration Delete program.

  • Page 66: Assigning Register Keys, Assigning Register Keys

    Copying Functions Assigning Register Keys Assigns three frequently used functions listed on the [Function] screen to register keys. You can also assign functions on the [Basic] screen and the [User choice] screen. Assigning Register Keys Follow the steps as below to assign register keys. NOTE: Assigning register keys requires that registered buttons be displayed.

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    Deleting Register Keys Follow the steps as below to delete register keys. Press a registered register key to display the assigned function. Press [Shortcut] ([Register]) to display Create Shortcut (Register). Press [Delete]. Press the number (1 to 3) of the function to delete.

  • Page 68: Programming Multi-part Jobs, Programming Multi-part Jobs

    Copying Functions Programming Multi-Part Jobs With a job build, scans individual sets of originals in separate steps for a single copy job. In each step of the scanning process you can specify different settings (such as zooming and border erase) and you can specify different types of originals.

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    Press [1 sided/2 sided] ([1-sided/2-sided]). Press [2 sided Copy] ([2-sided Copy]) and [Open from left] ([Left binding]). Press [Close] to return to the screen of step 2. Press [Edit]. On the next screen, press [Repeat Copy]. Press [On]. Press [Close] to return to the screen of step 4.

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    Copying Functions Select the MP tray. Press [Close] to return to the screen of step 6. Place original A and press the Start key to start scanning. Step 2: Specify that the back of original A will be left blank. Press [Print from Front page].

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    Step 4: Complete the settings for original C. Specify the MP tray (for colored paper) for the paper selection setting. Press [Select Paper]. Select the MP tray. Press [Close] to return to the screen of step 13. Place original C and press the Start key to start scanning. Step 5: Specify that the back of original C will be left blank.

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    Copying Functions Select the cassette 1. Press [Close] to return to the screen of step 17. Place original D and press the Start key to start scanning. Step 7: Specify blank colored paper for the back cover. Specify the MP tray (for colored paper) for the paper selection setting. Press [Select Paper].

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    Specifying Copy Functions Paper Selection Select the paper size as follows. On the [Basic] screen, press [Select Paper]. Select the MP tray or a cassette and press [Close]. Types of Originals Select originals that are one-sided or two-sided, have facing pages like books or magazines, or are like multi-page business forms.

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    Copying Functions One-Sided Copying or Duplexing Select one-sided copying or duplexing as follows. On the [Basic] screen, press [1 sided/2 sided] ([1-sided/2-sided]). NOTE: The setting for one-sided copying or duplexing applies to all other steps. Simply complete this setting once as an initial step. Press [1 sided Copy] ([1-sided Copy]) or [2 sided Copy] ([2-sided Copy]) and select the binding direction.

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    For finishing, press [On] ([1 set] or [Output each page]) or [Off]. Refer to Offset Mode on page 1-10 for details. For stapling, press [Staple Mode] and complete the settings. Refer to Stapling on page 1-11 for details. For hole punching, press [Punch Mode] and complete the settings.

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    Copying Functions Reducing/Enlarging Select the desired magnification as follows. On the [Basic] screen, press [Reduce/Enlarge]. Select the desired magnification. For instructions on reducing/enlarging, refer to Reducing/Enlarging in Chapter 3 of the Operation Guide for details. Press [Close]. Original Orientation Specify the original orientation as follows. On the [Basic] screen, press [Orig.

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    Exposure Level Specify the copy exposure level as follows. Press [Quality]. On the next screen, press [Exposure Mode]. For automatic exposure adjustment, press [Auto]. To adjust the exposure manually, press [Manual]. Next, press [Lighter] or [Darker] to adjust the exposure. Press [Close].

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    Copying Functions EcoPrint To economize toner, specify EcoPrint as follows. Press [Quality]. On the next screen, press [EcoPrint]. NOTE: The setting for EcoPrint applies to all other steps. Simply complete this setting once as an initial step. Press [On] to activate EcoPrint. Press [Close].

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    Original Size Specify the original size as follows. Press [Edit]. On the next screen, press [Select Orig.Size] ([Select Size Orig.]). Select the original size. Refer to Original Size on page 1-3 for details. Press [Close]. Repeat Copy Specify Repeat Copy as follows. Use Repeat Copy to enable the production of additional copies as needed after a copy job is completed.

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    Copying Functions Margin Mode and Centering Originals Specify the Margin mode and centering of originals as follows. Press [Edit]. On the next screen, press [Margin/Centering] ([Margin/Imag.Shift]). NOTE: The Margin mode and centering settings apply to all other steps. Simply complete this setting once as an initial step.

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    Output Destination Specify the optional document finisher or multi-job tray as the output destination as follows. Press [Edit]. On the next screen, press [Select of Output]. NOTE: The option to select the output destination is displayed only if the copier is equipped with the optional document finisher or multi-job tray.

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    Copying Functions 1-76...

  • Page 83: Document Management Functions

    Document and Output Management Functions This chapter explains the functions used for managing original documents as well as jobs during and after copying. • Document Management Functions...2-2 • Output Management Functions...2-16...

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    Document and Output Management Functions Document Management Functions Overview of Document Management Functions Document management functions enable you to store documents (i.e., scanned images of originals) on the copier’s hard disk for printing later. Documents are assigned to different ‘boxes’, the document storage areas, depending on the functions to be used.

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    Complete the scanning settings required for the original. The following functions are available. Functions Basic Selection of original sizes, selection of document sizes, zooming, and original orientation Quality Exposure level and original quality Edit Border erase Press the Start key to start scanning the original. When scanning is complete, the touch panel will return to the Document Management screen.

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    Document and Output Management Functions Deleting Forms Delete unnecessary forms. Press the Document Management key. Under the Form Box, press [Box Editing]. Select the form to delete and press [Delete]. NOTE: You can change the sort order of the forms. Press [Order of indication] and choose from [Sort by Date] ([New Old] and [Old Name] ([A...

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    Press [Change Name] and enter the document name. For instructions on entering characters, refer to Entering Characters When Using Document Management Functions on page 3-58. If you prefer not to name the document, go to the next step. Complete the scanning settings required for the original. The following functions are available.

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    Document and Output Management Functions Complete the function settings as required. The following functions are available. Basic Edit To select other documents, press [Select document]. Use the numeric keys to enter the copy quantity. Press the Start key to start printing. Reviewing and Renaming Documents Check the size, registering date and other information on documents stored in the Shared Data Box, and rename documents.

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    Deleting Documents Delete unnecessary documents in the Shared Data Box. Press the Document Management key. Under Shared Data Box, press [Box Editing]. Select the document to delete and press [Delete]. NOTE: You can change the document sort order. Press [Order of indication] and choose from [Sort by Date] ([New Old] and [Old New]) or [Sort by...

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    Document and Output Management Functions Synergy Print Box Register originals as documents in the Synergy Print Box to print later in the desired quantity as needed without the originals themselves. Up to ten of these documents can be combined into a single copy job for printing.

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    Combining and Printing Documents Combine and print documents stored in the Synergy Print Box as follows. You can combine up to 10 documents for printing as a single copy job. Press the Document Management key. Under Synergy Print Box, press [Document Printing].

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    Document and Output Management Functions Complete the function settings as required. The following functions are available. Basic Edit If you select documents that were registered from a computer and choose [W/ current setting] ([Current setting]), only the settings for paper selection and sort/offset will be available. To select other documents, press [Select document].

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    Press [Print once all data] to start printing. Reviewing and Renaming Documents Check the size, registering date and other information on documents stored in the Synergy Print Box, and rename documents. You can also print the first page of documents for review. Press the Document Management key.

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    Document and Output Management Functions Check the displayed selection. To print the first page, press [Print from 1st] ([Head Print]). To rename the document, press [Change doc. name] and enter the new document name. For instructions on entering characters, refer to Entering Characters When Using Document Management Functions on page 3-58.

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    Select the document to delete and press [Delete]. NOTE: You can change the document sort order. Press [Order of indication] and choose from [Sort by Date] ([New Old] and [Old New]) or [Sort by Name] ([A Z] and [Z A]). Press [Yes].

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    Document and Output Management Functions Press [Delete all Data/Box] ([Delete all box data]). Press [Yes]. Press [End]. The touch panel will return to the Document Management screen. Specifying Box Passwords Specify passwords to maintain the confidentiality of documents stored in the Synergy Print Box. The passwords must be entered to review, print, or delete the documents.

  • Page 97: Output Management Functions, Document And Output Management Functions

    Press [Box Password]. Use the numeric keys to enter the new password and press [Enter]. NOTE: The password can be from 1 to 8 digits long. If you prefer not to specify a password, press [Clear], and, without having entered any password, press [Enter]. Press [End].

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    Document and Output Management Functions Output Management Functions Overview of Output Management Functions Output management functions enable you to manage multiple copy jobs in job queue. You can manage both queued and finished jobs. You can manage print jobs sent from computers using optional printer functions in the same manner as copy jobs.

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    Using Output Management Functions Manage jobs using output management functions from the [Prt Status] ([Prnt Status]) and [Job History] screens. Press the Print Management key to display the [Prt Status] ([Prnt Status]) screen. To display the [Job History] screen, press [Job History] below the [Prt Status] ([Prnt Status]) tab.

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    Document and Output Management Functions [Job History] Screen The screen lists completed and/or canceled jobs. Job List: Provides completed job information. The most recent job is listed at the very top of the list. The older job is low on the list. In the list, jobs.

  • Page 101: System Settings

    System Settings This chapter covers how to configure various settings of the copier using the menus on the operation panel. The main configurable settings are as follows. • Default Settings for Copying...3-2 • Common Default Settings...3-20 • Weekly Timer...3-36 • Configuring MP Tray...3-39 •...

  • Page 102: Default Settings

    System Settings Default Settings This section explains how to change default settings which are applied when the copier is powered up or the Reset key is pressed. You can customize the initial state of the copier to meet your needs. This section has two subsections of Default Settings for Copying and Common Default Settings.

  • Page 103

    Accessing the Copy Default Screen Follow the steps as below to begin changing the default settings. Press the System Menu/Counter key. Press [Copy Default]. Use the numeric keys to enter the four-digit management code. By default, the management code is 6000 for 60 cpm model and 8000 for 80 cpm model.

  • Page 104

    System Settings Select [Manual] or [Auto]. Press [Close] to finalize the setting or [Back] to cancel the setting. The touch panel will return to the Copy Default screen. Exposure Steps You can change the number of intermediate steps for manual adjustment of exposure. Selecting [1 step] provides 7 steps of slider positions.

  • Page 105

    Original Image Quality Original image quality optimizes the copied image depending on the content of the original document - whether it contains mostly text, photo image or both. Specify the default original quality as follows. Access the Copy Default screen. (For instructions, refer to Accessing the Copy Default Screen on page 3-3.) Press [ ] or [ ] to select Original Image Quality and press [Change #].

  • Page 106

    System Settings Adjusting Background Intensity If the background on copies appears too dark, you can lighten it. Access the Copy Default screen. (For instructions, refer to Accessing the Copy Default Screen on page 3-3.) Press [ ] or [ ] to select Background exp.

  • Page 107

    Press [Close]. The touch panel will return to the Copy Default screen. Correcting Fine Black Line If the copied image has black streaks (dirty streaks not present on the original), you can configure the copier to make them less noticeable. It is recommended that this mode is left switched off for regular use which the normal fine lines must be reproduced as close to the original as possible.

  • Page 108

    System Settings Press [Close]. The touch panel will return to the Copy Default screen. Selecting Copy Paper for Zooming Automatically specifies the copy paper according to the selected zooming level or according to the size of the original document. Access the Copy Default screen. (For instructions, refer to Accessing the Copy Default Screen on page 3-3.) Press [ ] or [ ] to select APS Setting and press [Change #].

  • Page 109

    Press [On] and select the paper to type for automatic paper selection. Press [Close]. The touch panel will return to the Copy Default screen. Selecting Default Cassette Selects the cassette (1 to 5) to be used automatically. NOTE: The MP tray is not available for the default cassette. [5th paper] is available when the copier is equipped with an optional side feeder.

  • Page 110

    System Settings Press [ ] or [ ] to select Drawer for cover paper (Cassette for cover paper) and press [Change #]. Select the cassette to use for feeding the cover paper. Special paper including transparencies and thick paper must be loaded in the MP tray.

  • Page 111

    Adjusting Auto Exposure Adjusting the median exposure for Auto Exposure by biasing the reference exposure. Access the Copy Default screen. (For instructions, refer to Accessing the Copy Default Screen on page 3-3.) Press [ ] or [ ] to select Adjust auto exposure and press [Change #].

  • Page 112

    System Settings Press [Close]. The touch panel will return to the Copy Default screen. Adjusting Manual Exposure: Text+Photo Mode Adjust the median value for the manual exposure range. This adjustment optimizes for copying the documents mostly containing text and photo images. Access the Copy Default screen.

  • Page 113

    Press [Close]. The touch panel will return to the Copy Default screen. Adjusting Manual Exposure: Photo Mode Adjusts the median value for the manual exposure range. This adjustment optimizes for copying the documents mostly containing photo images. Access the Copy Default screen. (For instructions, refer to Accessing the Copy Default Screen on page 3-3.) Press [ ] or [ ] to select Adj.

  • Page 114

    System Settings Selecting Sorting and Offsetting Output Chooses sorting and/or offsetting output as the default output. Access the Copy Default screen. (For instructions, refer to Accessing the Copy Default Screen on page 3-3.) Press [ ] or [ ] to select Sort/Offset (Sort/Group) and press [Change #].

  • Page 115

    Default Margin Specifies the default margins for copying. Access the Copy Default screen. (For instructions, refer to Accessing the Copy Default Screen on page 3-3.) Press [ ] or [ ] to select Default margin width and press [Change #]. Press [ ], [ ], [ ] and [ ] to specify the default margin for each side.

  • Page 116

    System Settings Press [+] and [-] to specify the widths to erase the borders. The range for the width is as follows. Setting Range Inch models Metric models Press [Close]. The touch panel will return to the Copy Default screen. Selecting Maximum Number of Copies You can limit the maximum number of copies from 1 to 9999.

  • Page 117

    Press [ ] or [ ] to select Repeat Copy and press [Change #]. Select [Off] to disable and select [On] to enable repeat copy under Function. To make repeat copy the default, select [On] under Default. Press [Close]. The touch panel will return to the Copy Default screen. Enabling Job History Display Enables or disables the [Job History] screen in output managements.

  • Page 118

    System Settings Enabling [Shortcut] ([Register]) Key Enables the [Shortcut] ([Register]) keys so that it is displayed while various operations are made on the touch panel. You can assign up to three frequently used functions listed on the [Function], [Basic] and [User choice] screens to the preset keys. Access the Copy Default screen.

  • Page 119

    Customizing Additional Functions Screen Allows you to customize the layout of the Additional Functions screen to your preference. Access the Copy Default screen. (For instructions, refer to Accessing the Copy Default Screen on page 3-3.) Press [ ] or [ ] to select Customize (User Choice) (Customize (Add function)) and press [Change #].

  • Page 120

    System Settings Common Default Settings The following are the settings configured for changing the defaults of the copier. • Enabling Auto Cassette Switching...3-21 • Selecting Paper Size...3-22 • Selecting Paper Type...3-22 • Enabling Quick Access to MP Tray Settings...3-23 • Specifying the Paper Weight to the Paper Type...3-23 •...

  • Page 121

    Use the numeric keys to enter the four-digit management code. By default, the management code is 6000 for 60 cpm model and 8000 for 80 cpm model. The Machine Default screen will be displayed. NOTE: For security, it is recommended to change the management code. Refer to Changing Management Code on page 3-32.

  • Page 122

    System Settings Selecting Paper Size Specifies the paper size for the cassettes 3 and 4. The copier can automatically switch to one of these cassettes depending on the paper size by specifying [Auto Detection]. Also, select [Centimeter] or [Inch] as the unit of measurement. The cassettes 3 and 4 support the following paper sizes.

  • Page 123

    Select the paper type. Press [Close]. The touch panel will return to the Machine Default screen. Enabling Quick Access to MP Tray Settings Check MP tray sizing allows quick access to the MP tray Setting screen when the MP tray is selected for copying.

  • Page 124

    System Settings Press [ ] or [ ] to select Paper Type (paper weight) and press [Change #]. Press [ ] or [ ] to select the paper type to specify the weight. Press [Change #]. Select the paper weight and press [Close].

  • Page 125

    Select [On] to allow duplex copying or [Off] to prohibit duplex copying to the custom paper type. Press [Close]. Press [Close]. The touch panel will return to the Machine Default screen. Making Copying on Letterhead Paper Easy Copying the original onto letterhead paper requires that the orientation of the original and the target paper match with each other.

  • Page 126

    System Settings Select [Adj. Print Direction] or, to switch this feature off, select [Speed Priority]. [Speed Priority] lets copying revert to the normal copying speed. Press [Close]. The touch panel will return to the Machine Default screen. Align the original and the target letterhead paper as diagrammed above before starting copying. Auto Detect Originals Allows you to predetermine what paper size is selected for printing when copying an original document of non-standard sizes (Refer to below.).

  • Page 127

    Orientation of Original Document Specifying the orientation of the original document on the platen. This is accomplished by telling the copier the direction to which the top side of the original faces. Access the Machine Default screen. (For instructions, refer to Accessing the Machine Default Screen on page 3-20.) Press [ ] or [ ] to select Orig.

  • Page 128

    System Settings Use [+] to increase the time or [-] to decrease the time from 1 to 240 minutes. Press [Close]. The touch panel will return to the Machine Default screen. Setting Low-Power Timer Timeout Specifies the period of time before the copier enters Low-Power mode. The Low-Power time can be set from 1 to 240 minutes in 1-minute increments.

  • Page 129

    Press [ ] or [ ] to select Auto Clear Time Setting and press [Change #]. Use [+] to increase or [-] to decrease the auto clear timeout from 10 to 270 seconds. Press [Close]. The touch panel will return to the Machine Default screen. Selecting Output Destination You can specify the default destination for finished copies.

  • Page 130

    System Settings Select the desired output destination for finished copies. Press [Close]. The touch panel will return to the Machine Default screen. Activating Operation Panel Sound Activates the sound for confirmation when the operation panel keys are pressed. Access the Machine Default screen. (For instructions, refer to Accessing the Machine Default Screen on page 3-20.) Press [ ] or [ ] to select Key sound ON/OFF and press [Change #].

  • Page 131

    Select [On] to enable or [Off] to disable the silent mode. Press [Close]. The touch panel will return to the Machine Default screen. Adjusting Date and Time Specifies the date and time. IMPORTANT: Before proceeding to adjust the date and time, complete Setting Time Difference (Time Zone) on page 3-32.

  • Page 132

    System Settings Setting Time Difference (Time Zone) Specifies the time zone in reference to Greenwich Mean Time. Access the Machine Default screen. (For instructions, refer to Accessing the Machine Default Screen on page 3-20.) Press [ ] or [ ] to select Time difference and press [Change #].

  • Page 133

    Press [ ] or [ ] to select Management code change (Change MGMT code with #) and press [Change #]. Use the numeric keys to enter the new management code. Press [Close]. The touch panel will return to the Machine Default screen. Activating Auto Sleep Activates the Sleep mode.

  • Page 134

    System Settings Activating Auto Clear When this setting is activated, the copier reverts to the state after warm-up if no copies are made. Access the Machine Default screen. (For instructions, refer to Accessing the Machine Default Screen on page 3-20.) Press [ ] or [ ] to select Auto Clear and press [Change #].

  • Page 135

    Erasing Hard Disk Contents If the copier is equipped with the optional security kit, you can specify the method for erasing the contents of the hard disk. NOTE: For details on methods of hard disk erasure, refer to the security kit Operation Guide. This setting is available only if the copier is equipped with the optional security kit.

  • Page 136: Weekly Timer

    System Settings Weekly Timer The copier will automatically turn on and off at the specified times on the specified weekdays. This feature enables you to make copies immediately in the morning and frees you from the task of turning it off at night. NOTE: When using the Weekly Timer, leave the copier plugged in even when it is not in use.

  • Page 137

    Weekly Timer Specifies the time to turn the copier on and off for each day of the week. Access the Weekly timer (Week timer) screen. (For instructions, refer to Accessing the Weekly timer (Week timer) Screen on page 3-36.) Select the day to program the timer. Press [Change #].

  • Page 138

    System Settings Weekly Timer On/Off Activates and deactivates the Weekly Timer. Access the Weekly timer (Week timer) screen. (For instructions, refer to Accessing the Weekly timer (Week timer) Screen on page 3-36.) Select [On] to activate or [Off] to deactivate the Weekly Timer. Press [Close].

  • Page 139: Configuring Mp Tray

    Configuring MP Tray The following sections explain how to specify the size and type of the paper loaded in the MP tray. Selecting Paper Size for MP Tray The following table explains the options available for specifying the paper size and the paper sizes for the MP tray.

  • Page 140: Registering Non-standard Sizes For Originals

    System Settings Registering Non-standard Sizes for Originals You can register up to four non-standard sizes for the original documents of non-standard size. These non-standard sizes are displayed on the touch panel as the options for paper sizes. Press the System Menu/Counter key. Press [Register Orig.

  • Page 141

    Press [Close]. Press [Close]. The touch panel will return to the System Menu screen. System Settings 3-41...

  • Page 142: Setting Document Management Defaults

    System Settings Setting Document Management Defaults These settings help you work with the Form Box, Shared Data Box and Synergy Print Box. The following settings are available. • Print Document List...3-43 • Resetting Document Box...3-45 • Specifying Name and Password to Document Box...3-45 •...

  • Page 143

    System Settings Print Document List You can print a list of documents in the Form Box, Shared Data Box and Synergy Print Box. Document List, Form Box Document List, Shared Data Box 3-43...

  • Page 144

    System Settings Document List, Synergy Print Box NOTE: Before printing lists, be sure that the cassette is loaded with 11 × 8 Access the Document Management screen. (For instructions, refer to Accessing the Document Management Screen on page 3-42.) Press [Print the list] under the specific data box.

  • Page 145

    Resetting Document Box Deletes all documents in the Form Box, Shared Data Box or Synergy Print Box, so that the box is reset to the initial, clean state. Before initializing, be sure that the box does not contain any documents that should not be deleted. Access the Document Management screen.

  • Page 146

    System Settings To name the box, select Box name and press [Change #]. Enter the box name and press [End]. For instructions on entering characters, refer to Entering Characters When Using Document Management Functions on page 3-58. Specify the password to the box. Select Password and press [Change #].

  • Page 147

    Select the box containing the documents to be deleted. To select the box, directly press the touch panel key, or enter the number using the numeric keys followed by [Enter]. Press [Reset Box]. Press [Yes]. All documents in the box will be deleted. Press [Close].

  • Page 148

    System Settings Press [Set saving term] ([Set save period]). Use [+] or [-] to specify the period store the documents from 1 to 7 days. To indefinitely store the documents, press [No time limit]. Press [Close]. The touch panel will return to the Document Management screen. 3-48 Document data saving term Set saving term for documents in synergy print box.

  • Page 149: Hard Disk Management

    Hard Disk Management The HDD Management screen arrows you to check the free space on the hard disk or delete the unwanted data to free up the space. Follow these steps. Press the System Menu/Counter key. Press [BOX Management] ([Hard Disk Management]).

  • Page 150: Printing Reports

    System Settings Printing Reports You can print the following reports using the operation panel. Copy status report Machine status report 3-50...

  • Page 151

    Toner coverage report The toner coverage report indicates the number of copying volume that has been made. It also shows the black toner coverage in percentage for individual paper sizes including the following. • Total toner coverage • Toner coverage for copying •...

  • Page 152

    System Settings Use the numeric keys to enter the four-digit management code. By default, the management code is 6000 for 60 cpm model and 8000 for 80 cpm model. The Print Report Menu screen will be displayed. NOTE: For security, it is recommended to change the management code. Refer to Changing Management Code on page 3-32.

  • Page 153: Checking Total Copy Count

    Checking Total Copy Count You can read the total copy count on the operation panel. You can also print this information as a counter report. Counter report NOTE: Before printing reports, be sure that the cassette is loaded with 11 × 8 Press the System Menu/Counter key.

  • Page 154: Refreshing The Drum

    System Settings Refreshing the Drum Refreshing the drum is recommended if images on copies appear blurred or warped, or if blank areas appear. The process takes approx. one minute. Load the paper of size 11 × 8 Press the System Menu/Counter key. Press [User adjustment].

  • Page 155: Entering Characters On Touch Panel

    Entering Characters on Touch Panel To enter characters on the touch panel such as department names (for job accounting) or copying programs, etc., use the following procedure. Input Screen Inch Models Keyboard Character display: Displays the characters entered. [Capital]: Press this key to enter capital letters. [Letter]: Press this key to enter lowercase letters.

  • Page 156

    System Settings Capital keyboard Numeral/Symbol keyboard Metric Models Keyboard Character display: Displays the characters entered. [Capital]: Press this key to enter capital letters. [Letter]: Press this key to enter lowercase letters. [Symbol 1]: Press this key to enter the numeric and symbols. [Symbol 2]: Press this key to enter other symbols.

  • Page 157

    Capital keyboard Symbol 1 keyboard Symbol 2 keyboard Entering Characters The following is an example of how to enter ‘Abcde’ using the keyboard. Press [Capital] and press [A] on the keyboard. Press [Letter]. Name to display Limit: 32 letters inc. # key AllDel.

  • Page 158

    System Settings Press [b], [c], [d] and [e] in order. When entering all characters are complete, press the [End] key. Entering Characters When Using Document Management Functions Enter text as follows for form names, document names, and so on. Input Screen Character display: Displays characters entered.

  • Page 159

    Press the [a], [b], [c], [d] and [e] keys in this order. The character display field will show abcde. Press the [End] key. Enter name. Limit:16 letters including # Shift System Settings Space 3-59...

  • Page 160

    System Settings 3-60...

  • Page 161

    Job Accounting This chapter explains how to manage job accounting on copier use shared among various departments. • Overview of Job Accounting...4-2 • Managing Accounts...4-4 • Copy Count per Department...4-14 • Activating and Deactivating Job Accounting...4-18 • Job Accounting Default Settings...4-19 •...

  • Page 162: Overview Of Job Accounting

    Job Accounting Overview of Job Accounting You can manage accounting the copy count incurred by individual departments by assigning a unique ID code to each department. Job accounting helps the following activities in business organizations. • Integrated management of optional printing and scanning statistics through the use of an identical department ID code.

  • Page 163

    Accessing the Job Accounting Screen Set up job accounting from the Job Accounting screen. Follow these steps to access the Job Accounting screen. Press the System Menu/Counter key. Press [Job Accounting]. Use the numeric keys to enter the four-digit management code. By default, the management code is 6000 for 60 cpm model and 8000 for 80 cpm model.

  • Page 164: Managing Accounts

    Job Accounting Managing Accounts You can add and delete departments and define restrictions to copy count as needed. New Account Follow these steps to create new accounts by entering an account ID code (of up to eight digits), account name, and restrictions on usage as desired. Access the Job Accounting screen.

  • Page 165

    Select Name to display and press [Change #]. Enter the department name and press [End]. For instructions on entering characters, refer to Entering Characters on Touch Panel on page 3-55. When all entries are complete, press [Next]. IMPORTANT: An error will occur if you do not complete Account ID and Name to display.

  • Page 166

    Job Accounting Restricting Using the Copier You can restrict the use of the copier functions depending on the department. Different functions can be restricted depending on the job accounting default settings (specifically, depending on whether you select [All] or [Each] for Copy/Printer Output Management). Refer to Copy/Printer Output Management on page 4-23 for details.

  • Page 167

    Press [Permitted] to allow copying or [Is not permitted] ([Is not permited]) to prohibit copying. Press [Close]. The touch panel will return to the usage restriction screen. Restricting Printing ([All]) Specify whether printing is authorized when the copier is equipped with the option printer kit. NOTE: Turn Printer Job Accounting [On] in the job accounting default settings to use this function.

  • Page 168

    Job Accounting Select Output limitation and press [Change #]. Press [Counter limit] to apply restriction to the number of copies. Use the numeric keys to enter the number of pages from 1 to 999999. Press [Close]. The touch panel will return to the usage restriction screen. Restricting Transferring Scanned Image You can prohibit or restrict the number of scanned pages to transfer or e-mail to the PC.

  • Page 169

    To restrict the number of copies for scanning, press [Counter limit] and use the numeric keys to enter the number of copies from 1 to 999999. Press [Close]. The touch panel will return to the usage restriction screen. Restricting Copying ([Each]) You can limit the copying volume.

  • Page 170

    Job Accounting Restricting Printing ([Each]) Prohibiting printing is applicable to the copier when it is equipped with the option printer kit. NOTE: Turn Printer Job Accounting [On] in the job accounting default settings to use this function. Refer to steps 1 to 11 of New Account on page 4-4 and display the usage restriction screen. Set [Copy/Printer Output Management:] to [Each] on page 4-23.

  • Page 171

    Select the department ID code to delete and press [Delete]. NOTE: To change the order of the departments displayed by sorting, press [Order of indication]. Choose [Sort by Code] ([1 ascending order and [9 descending order) or [Sort by Name] Z] to sort in ascending alphabetical order and [Z descending alphabetical order).

  • Page 172

    Job Accounting To change the ID-code, select Account ID and press [Change #]. Press [Clear] to blank the current entry. Use the numeric keys to enter the new ID code (up to eight digits). Press [Close]. To edit the department name, select Name to display and press [Change #].

  • Page 173

    Press [Management Edit]. Select the department ID code to change and press [Limit in use]. Select the restriction on copying as desired. For details on restricting copier usage, refer to Restricting Using the Copier on page 4-6. Press [Close]. Press [Close]. The touch panel will return to the Job Accounting screen. Job Accounting Job Accountg T Register/Sett.

  • Page 174: Copy Count Per Department

    Job Accounting Copy Count per Department You can read the overall copy count or the count per individual department. The copy count can be reset to 0 as desired. Total Copy Count Tracks the total copy counts of all departments. You can print the total in the form of job accounting reports.

  • Page 175

    By function: copying and printing managed separately ([Each] is selected) By paper size NOTE: Specify which type of report is printed in the Copy/Printer Output Management of the job accounting default settings. To reset the copy volume, press [Counter clear]. Press [Yes].

  • Page 176

    Job Accounting Copy Count by Department Tracks the copy count per individual department. The copy count per department can be reset as necessary. Access the Job Accounting screen. (For instructions, refer to Accessing the Job Accounting Screen on page 4-3.) Press [Each Mgt.

  • Page 177

    Press [Yes]. Press [Close]. Press [Close]. The touch panel will return to the Job Accounting screen. Job Accounting The count value of this ID-code will be deleted Are you sure? 4-17...

  • Page 178: Activating And Deactivating Job Accounting

    Job Accounting Activating and Deactivating Job Accounting Turn job accounting on or off as necessary. Setting Access the Job Accounting screen. (For instructions, refer to Accessing the Job Accounting Screen on page 4-3.) Select [On] or [Off]. Press [Close]. Press [End]. When you select [On], the screen for the department ID-code entry is displayed.

  • Page 179: Job Accounting Default Settings

    Job Accounting Default Settings You can specify the default job accounting settings as below. • Copy Job Accounting...4-19 • Printer Job Accounting...4-20 • Reports on Printing Errors...4-21 • Printing from Unregistered Sources (Printer)...4-22 • Copy/Printer Output Management...4-23 • Scanner Job Accounting...4-23 •...

  • Page 180

    Job Accounting Press [Close]. The touch panel will return to the Job Accounting screen. Printer Job Accounting Activate or deactivate job accounting when the copier is used as a printer. Setting NOTE: This setting is displayed only if the copier is equipped with the optional printer kit. Access the Job Accounting screen.

  • Page 181

    Reports on Printing Errors When you use job accounting to manage printing, you can specify whether an error report is printed in case that the user attempts to print using the incorrect department code. Setting NOTE: This setting is displayed only if Printer Job Accounting is [On]. Access the Job Accounting screen.

  • Page 182

    Job Accounting NOTE: When the user attempts to print using the incorrect department ID code, Account ID mismatch will be displayed and the job will not be printed. When the user presses [Cancel], an error report will be printed. Printing from Unregistered Sources (Printer) If you use job accounting to manage printing, you can authorize or prohibit printing from computers with printer drivers that do not support job accounting.

  • Page 183

    Press [Close]. The touch panel will return to the Job Accounting screen. Copy/Printer Output Management You can choose whether copying and printing are managed together or separately. NOTE: Changing this setting affects which setting items are available in the usage restriction screen.

  • Page 184

    Job Accounting Access the Job Accounting screen. (For instructions, refer to Accessing the Job Accounting Screen on page 4-3.) Press [Job Accntg Def. Set.]. Select Scanner Job Accounting and press [Change #]. Select [On] or [Off]. Press [Close]. Press [Close]. The touch panel will return to the Job Accounting screen. Response to Unauthorized Requests Specify the actions when users attempt to copy in excess of the specified copy limitation.

  • Page 185

    Select Excess of limit Setting and press [Change #]. Press [Stop job immediately], [Stop after job done] or [Only warning]. Press [Close]. Press [Close]. The touch panel will return to the Job Accounting screen. Default of Copy Limitation Specify the default of copy limitation when registering a new department. Access the Job Accounting screen.

  • Page 186

    Job Accounting Press [Close]. Press [Close]. The touch panel will return to the Job Accounting screen. Total Count by Size, 1-5 You can register specific paper sizes to monitor so that you can check the copy count. You can also register types of paper.

  • Page 187

    Select a paper size and press [Close]. To specify a paper type, press [Select Paper Type]. Select the paper type and press [Close]. Press [Close]. Press [Close]. The touch panel will return to the Job Accounting screen. NOTE: You can include the registered copy count of the paper when printing reports on copy count per department.

  • Page 188: Copying With Job Accounting On

    Job Accounting Copying with Job Accounting ON When job accounting is activated, users must enter their department ID-code on the numeric keys to use copier. IMPORTANT: After copying, be sure to press the Job Accounting key to display the initial screen so that the next user can enter his or her department ID-code.

  • Page 189: Appendix

    Appendix The appendix covers the following topics. • Paper...Appendix-2 • Specifications...Appendix-9 • Intercompatible Functions...Appendix-12 • Glossary...Appendix-16 Appendix-1...

  • Page 190: Paper

    Appendix Paper Basic Paper Specifications This copier is designed to print on standard copy paper as used in regular (‘dry’) copiers and page printers such as laser printers. It also supports a variety of other types of paper that conform to the specifications given in this appendix.

  • Page 191

    Choosing the Appropriate Paper This section describes guidelines for choosing paper. Condition Avoid using paper with bent corners or that is curled, dirty, or torn. Do not use paper that has a rough surface or paper fiber lint, or that is especially delicate. Use of paper in any of these conditions will not only deliver poor copies but may also cause jams and shorten the useful life of the copier.

  • Page 192

    Appendix Smoothness The paper surface should be smooth, but it must be uncoated. With paper that is too smooth and slippery, several sheets may accidentally be supplied at once, causing jams. Basis Weight In countries that use the metric system, basis weight is the weight in grams of one sheet of paper one square meter in area.

  • Page 193

    Paper Grain Paper is cut into sheets either with the grain running parallel to the length (long grain) or with the grain parallel to the width (short grain). Avoid using short-grain paper because it may be supplied incorrectly; use long-grain paper. Other Paper Specifications Porosity: The density of the paper fibers.

  • Page 194

    Appendix Special Paper This section describes copying onto special paper and copy media. The following paper and media can be used. • Transparencies • Preprinted paper • Bond paper • Recycled paper • Thin paper (from 60 g/m² to 64 g/m²) •...

  • Page 195

    Postcards Before loading postcards into the MP tray, fan them and align the edges. If the postcard paper is curled, straighten it before loading. Copying onto curled postcards may cause jams. Do not use perforated return postcards. Some postcards may still have rough edges developed by paper cutter on the back side.

  • Page 196

    Appendix Colored Paper Colored paper must conform to the specifications listed on the page 2 of the Appendix. In addition, the pigments in the paper must be able to withstand the heat of copying (up to 200 °C or 392 °F). Preprinted Paper Preprinted paper must conform to the specifications listed on the page 2 of the Appendix.

  • Page 197: Specifications

    Specifications NOTE: These specifications are subject to change without notice. Copier Copying System Originals Supported Copy Sizes Cassettes 1 and 2 Cassette 3 and 4 MP Tray Duplexing Non-Copying Margin: Supported Paper Paper Supply Capacity Cassettes 1 and 2 Cassette 3 and 4 MP Tray Output Tray Capacity Warm-up Time...

  • Page 198

    Appendix Copying Performance Copying Speed Platen (1:1) Document Processor (1:1) First Copy Time Resolution Continuous Copying Zoom Level Optional Side Feeder Paper Supply Method Paper Size Supported Paper Dimensions (W) × (D) × (H) Weight Appendix-10 60 cpm model 11 × 17"/A3: 31 sheets/min ×...

  • Page 199

    Optional Document Finisher Number of Trays Supported Paper Sizes Trays A (Without stapling) Trays B Supported Paper Weight Maximum Sheets for Stapling Dimensions (W) × (D) × (H) Weight Environmental Specifications Recovery from Low-Power mode Time until Low-Power mode (default) Time until Sleep mode (default) Duplexing Paper Supply Capability...

  • Page 200: Intercompatible Functions

    Appendix Intercompatible Functions This is a full-featured copier with an array of different functions. Many features can also be combined for more efficient copying. Intercompatible features are given in the following charts. Auto paper selection One-sided copying Duplex mode: 1-sided 2-sided Duplex mode: 2-sided 2-sided...

  • Page 201

    Secondary Function Y 10 10 Y 11 Y Y 10 10 Y 11 Y Y 35 Y Y 10 10 Y 11 Y 15 Y Y 10 10 Y Y 35 Y Y 10 10 Y 16 Y 15 Y 6 24 21 21 Y 29 Y 32 Y 6 24 21 21 Y 29 Y 32 Y Y 35 Y...

  • Page 202

    Appendix Document management: Registering originals for the Form Box Document management: Registering originals for the Shared Data Box Document management: Registering originals for the Synergy Print Box Document management: Printing from the Shared Data Document management: Printing from the Synergy Print Output Management Repeat copy: Outputing a job Programming multi-part jobs: Step 1...

  • Page 203

    Secondary Function N N N N N Y N Y N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N Y Y N N N N N N N N Y N N N N N N N N N N N N N Y Y N N N N N N N N Y N N N N N N N N N Y N Y...

  • Page 204: Glossary

    Appendix Glossary Auto Low-Power Mode A mode designed to conserve electricity, activated when the copier is left unused for a specific period. In Low-Power mode, the copier consumes less power than in standby mode. The period before Low-Power mode, which is adjustable, is set to 15 minutes by default. Auto Sleep Mode A mode designed for electrical power saving, activated when the copier is left unused for a specific period.

  • Page 205: Index

    Index Numerics 2-in-1 mode 1-15 4-in-1 mode 1-16 Accessing the Copy Default screen 3-3 Accessing the Document Management screen 3-42 Accessing the Job Accounting screen 4-3 Accessing the Machine Default screen 3-20 Accessing the Weekly timer (Week timer) screen 3-36 Activating auto clear 3-34 Activating Auto Sleep 3-33 Activating operation panel sound 3-30...

  • Page 206

    Index Offset mode 1-10 Original orientation 1-8 Original size 1-3 Output destination 1-49 Page numbering 1-25 Paper source 1-2 Programmed copying 1-57 Programming multi-part jobs 1-62 Proof mode 1-41 Punching 1-13 Repeat copy 1-42 Stapling 1-11 Copy count per department 4-14 Copy count by department 4-16 Total copy count 4-14 Copy quantity 1-7...

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    Changing restrictions on usage 4-12 Copy count per department 4-14 Copying 4-28 Default settings 4-19 Deleting account 4-10 Editing department information 4-11 Managing accounts 4-4 New account 4-4 Overview of job accounting 4-2 Restricting using the copier 4-6 Job accounting default settings 4-19 Copy job accounting 4-19 Copy/Printer output management 4-23 Default of copy limitation 4-25...

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    Index Selecting auto rotation 3-14 Selecting copy paper for zooming 3-8 Selecting default cassette 3-9 Selecting default zoom 3-13 Selecting maximum number of copies 3-16 Selecting output destination 3-29 Selecting paper 3-7 Selecting paper size 3-22 Selecting paper type 3-22 Selecting paper types for automatic paper selection Selecting sorting and offsetting output 3-14 Separate border erase 1-21, 1-23...

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    For best results and machine performance, we recommend that you use only our original supplies for your products.

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