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Konica Minolta bizhub C550 User's Manual

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    User’s Guide [Print Operations]...

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    Introduction Introduction Thank you for purchasing this machine. The bizhub C550 is equipped with an integrated printer controller that allows you to print directly from Windows-compatible computers or Macintosh computers. This User’s Guide describes the printing functions, operations, usage, and safety precautions of the printer controller.

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    Introduction - Apple, Macintosh and Mac OS are registered trademarks of Apple Com- puter, Inc. Safari is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc. - Adobe, the Adobe logo, Acrobat and PostScript are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries.

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    Introduction 4. The names “OpenSSL Toolkit” and “OpenSSL Project” must not be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software without prior written permission. For written permission, please contact openssl- core@openssl.org. 5. Products derived from this software may not be called “OpenSSL” nor may “OpenSSL”...

  • Page 5: Netsnmp License

    Introduction Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modifica- tion, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met: 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer. 2.

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    Introduction Permission to use, copy, modify and distribute this software and its docu- mentation for any purpose and without fee is hereby granted, provided that the above copyright notice appears in all copies and that both that copyright notice and this permission notice appear in supporting documentation, and that the name of CMU and The Regents of the University of California not be used in advertising or publicity pertaining to distribution of the software with- out specific written permission.

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    Introduction Part 3: Cambridge Broadband Ltd. copyright notice (BSD) Portions of this code are copyright © 2001-2003, Cambridge Broadband Ltd. All rights reserved. Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modifica- tion, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met: - Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.

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    Introduction - Neither the name of the Sun Microsystems, Inc. nor the names of its con- tributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software without specific prior written permission. THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS “AS IS”...

  • Page 9: Copyright

    - This User’s Guide may not be reproduced in part or in full without permis- sion. - Konica Minolta Business Technologies, Inc. will not be held liable for any incidents caused by using this printing system or User’s Guide. - Information included in this User’s Guide is subject to change without no- tice.

  • Page 10: Software License Agreement

    Introduction SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT This package contains the following materials provided by Konica Minolta Business Technologies, Inc. (KMBT): software included as part of the printing system, the digitally-encoded machine-readable outline data encoded in the special format and in the encrypted form (“Font Programs”), other software which runs on a computer system for use in conjunction with the Printing Software (“Host Software”), and related explanatory written materials (“Doc-...

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    Introduction 9. You may not rent, lease, sublicense, lend or transfer versions or copies of the Software Licensee does not use, or Software contained on any un- used media, except as part of the permanent transfer of all Software and Documentation as described above.

  • Page 12: About Adobe Color Profile

    Introduction About Adobe Color Profile ADOBE SYSTEMS INCORPORATED COLOR PROFILE LICENSE AGREEMENT NOTICE TO USER: PLEASE READ THIS CONTRACT CAREFULLY. BY US- ING ALL OR ANY PORTION OF THE SOFTWARE YOU ACCEPT ALL THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THIS SOFTWARE YOU ACCEPT ALL THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THIS AGREEMENT.

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    Introduction Software for any particular purpose or to produce any particular result. Adobe shall not be liable for loss or damage arising out of this Agreement or from the distribution or use of the Software or any other materials. ADOBE AND ITS SUPPLIERS DO NOT AND CANNOT WARRANT THE PERFORMANCE OR RESULTS YOU MAY OBTAIN BY USING THE SOFTWARE, EXCEPT FOR ANY WARRANTY, CONDITION, REPRESEN- TATION OR TERM TO THE EXTENT TO WHICH THE SAME CANNOT OR...

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    Introduction 8. GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS If any part of the Software is identified as an export controlled item under the United States Export Administration Act or any other export law, restriction or regulation (the “Export Laws”), you represent and warrant that you are not a citizen, or otherwise located within, an embargoed nation (including without limitation Iran, Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Libya, Cuba, North Korea, and Serbia) and that you are not oth- erwise prohibited under the Export Laws from receiving the Software.

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    Introduction ICC Profile for TOYO INK Standard Color on Coated paper (TOYO Offset Coated 2.0) This ICC Profile (TOYO Offset Coated 2.0) characterizes Japanese offset press on Coated paper and is fully compatible with ICC profile format. About “TOYO INK Standard Color on Coated paper” This is the standard for color reproduction of sheet-fed offset press on Coat- ed paper made by TOYO INK MFG.CO., LTD.

  • Page 16: Dic Standard Color Profile License Agreement

    Introduction DIC STANDARD COLOR PROFILE LICENSE AGREEMENT IMPORTANT: PLEASE READ THIS STANDARD COLOR PROFILE LICENSE AGREEMENT (“LICENSE AGREEMENT”) CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THE DIC STANDARD COLOR PROFILE, INCLUDING THE DIC STANDARD COLOR SFC1.0.1, DIC STANDARD COLOR SFC1.0.2, DIC STANDARD COLOR SFM1.0.2, DIC STANDARD COLOR SFU1.0.2, PROVIDED BY DIC HEREWITH, AND ANY CORRESPONDIMG ONLINE OR ELECTRONC DOC- UMENTATION AND ALL UPDATES OR UPGRADES OF THE ABOVE THAT ARE PROVIDED TO YOU (COLLECTIVELY, THE “PROFILE”).

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    Introduction vided, however, that, notwithstanding anything contrary contained here- in, you may not use the Profile on any network system or share, install or use the Profile concurrently on different computers, or electronically transfer the Profile from one computer to another or over a network. b.

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    Introduction USE, THE PROFILE AND BASED ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY IN- CLUDING BREACH OF CONTRACT, BREACH OF WARRANTY, TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE), PRODUCT LIABILITY OR OTHERWISE, EVEN IF DIC OR ITS REPRESENTATIVES HAVE BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. THE FOREGOING LIMITATIONS ON LIABILITY SHALL APPLY TO ALL ASPECTS OF THIS LICENSE AGREEMENT.

  • Page 19: Table Of Contents

    Introduction Contents Introduction NetSNMP License ... x-4 Copyright ... x-8 SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT ... x-9 About Adobe Color Profile ... x-11 ICC Profile for TOYO INK Standard Color on Coated paper (TOYO Offset Coated 2.0) ... x-14 DIC STANDARD COLOR PROFILE LICENSE AGREEMENT ... x-15 Contents ...

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    Introduction When using Web service printing under Windows Vista ... 2-14 For Windows 2000/NT 4.0 ... 2-15 Installing the printer driver using Plug and Play ... 2-18 For Windows 2000 ... 2-18 For Windows XP/Server 2003 ... 2-19 For Windows Vista ... 2-20 Uninstalling the printer driver ...

  • Page 21: Table Of Contents

    Introduction Installing the printer driver (Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003) ... 3-17 Installing the printer driver (Windows Vista) ... 3-19 Printing with NetWare ... 3-21 Network printing in a NetWare environment ... 3-21 For Remote Printer mode with NetWare 4.x bindery emulation ... 3-21 For Print Server mode with NetWare 4.x bindery emulation ...

  • Page 22: Table Of Contents

    Introduction Stapling and hole punching ... 4-18 Center Staple and Fold/Fold ... 4-19 Paper Arrangement ... 4-20 Cover Mode and Transparency Interleave ... 4-20 Per Page Setting ... 4-21 Watermark ... 4-21 Overlay ... 4-22 Copy Protect ... 4-22 Date/Time and Page Number ... 4-23 Header/Footer ...

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    Introduction Specifying the Finish tab settings ... 5-21 Stapling ... 5-21 Specifying the center staple and fold setting ... 5-22 Hole punching ... 5-22 Folding ... 5-23 Specifying the output tray ... 5-23 Specifying the procedure for adjusting the binding position ... 5-23 Specifying the Cover Mode tab settings ...

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    Introduction Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Settings ... 6-1 Common settings ... 6-1 Basic tab ... 6-2 Layout tab ... 6-3 Finish tab ... 6-3 Cover Mode tab ... 6-3 Stamp/Composition tab ... 6-4 Quality tab ... 6-4 Other tab ... 6-4 Advanced tab ...

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    Introduction Editing a watermark ... 6-29 Printing different original documents together (overlay) ... 6-30 Editing an overlay file ... 6-32 Creating an overlay file ... 6-33 Registering an overlay file ... 6-35 Printing with copy protection ... 6-36 Printing the date and page numbers ... 6-38 Printing a header and a footer ...

  • Page 26: Table Of Contents

    Introduction Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Settings ... 8-1 Page Setup dialog box ... 8-1 Print dialog box ... 8-2 Common settings in the Print dialog box ... 8-5 Page Setup ... 8-7 Page Attributes (basic settings) ... 8-7 Custom Page Sizes ...

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    Introduction Various settings Print settings in Utility mode ... 9-1 Default settings ... 9-1 To display the User Settings screen ... 9-1 PDL Setting ... 9-2 Number of Copies ... 9-4 Original Direction ... 9-5 Spool setting ... 9-6 Paper size change ... 9-7 Banner Sheet Setting ...

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    Introduction Recalling jobs (Proof Print) ... 9-49 Recalling jobs (Secure Print) ... 9-51 When “Confidental Document Access Method” is set to “Mode 1” ... 9-52 When “Confidental Document Access Method” is set to “Mode 2” ... 9-55 Recalling jobs (Save in User Box) ... 9-58 Printing with this machine when user authentication settings have been applied ...

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    Introduction 12 Index 12.1 Index ... 12-1 C550 x-28...

  • Page 30: About This User's Guide, User's Guides, Printed Manuals, User's Guide Cd Manuals

    Introduction About this user’s guide This User’s Guide contains information for using the printing functions of the Konica Minolta printer controller. For details on the copy functions, scanning functions, box functions, and fax functions, refer to the respective User’s Guide.

  • Page 31: Notations

    Refer to this manual for operating procedures on using the PC-FAX func- tions. In order to use the fax functions, the optional fax kit must be purchased sep- arately. Notations Product name bizhub C550 This machine Integrated network controller Printer controller, including this machine, and printing system C550...

  • Page 32: Screen Images In This User's Guide

    Introduction Product name Microsoft Windows Screen images in this user’s guide Unless stated otherwise, the printer driver functions are described using the printer driver for Windows XP. C550 Windows x-31...

  • Page 33: Using This User's Guide

    Introduction Using this user’s guide C550 x-32...

  • Page 34: Printer Controller, Role Of The Printer Controller, Available Printer Controller Functions

    Overview Overview Printer controller The printer controller is a device for performing printing functions and net- work printing functions with this machine. Role of the printer controller The printer controller is built into the machine. You can print from applications on the computer connected to the printing system.

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    Overview Note To perform fax operations, optional fax kit FK-502 is required. Detail For details on the PC-fax transmission, refer to the User’s Guide [Fax Driver Operations]. C550...

  • Page 36: Machine Modes

    Overview Machine modes The printer driver settings are mainly set using a computer, however, the font list can be printed, and the printer controller settings and default print set- tings can be set using the control panel of this machine. In addition, fax and scanning operations can be used by switching the mode.

  • Page 37: Printing Flow

    Overview Printing flow When using this printing system as a printer, the flow of the main process is described below. Print commands transmitted from the application are received by the printer driver. Data is transmitted to this machine over a USB interface when this machine is used as a USB printer, or over an Ethernet interface (TCP/IP, IPX/SPX, Ap- pleTalk) when this machine is used as a network printer.

  • Page 38: Operating Environment, Compatible Computers And Operating Systems

    Overview Operating environment The system requirements for using this printing system and the interfaces used for connection are explained below. Compatible computers and operating systems Check that the computer being connected meets the following conditions. Windows Item Operating System Processor Memory Drive Web Browser (when using Pag-...

  • Page 39: Compatible Interfaces

    Overview Compatible interfaces The various interfaces that can be used to connect this printing system to a computer are described below. Ethernet interface Connect when using this printing system as a network printer. Supports 10Base-T, 100Base-TX and 1000Base-T standards. In addition, the Ethernet interface supports the TCP/IP (LDP/LPR, peer-to-peer), IPX/ SPX (NetWare), and AppleTalk (EtherTalk).

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    Overview Connection diagram The printer cables can be connected to each port at the back of this ma- chine. Machine (rear view) Ethernet port (10Base-T/100Base- TX/1000Base-T) C550 USB port...

  • Page 41: Setting Up The System, To Set Up The Printing System

    Overview Setting up the system In order to use this printing system, it must first be set up. Setup consists of connecting this machine to a computer and installing the printer driver onto the computer being used. To set up the printing system Setup of the printing system as described below.

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    Overview Note To update an existing printer driver, delete the existing printer driver first. For details, refer to “Uninstalling the printer driver” on page 2-21 and page 2-29. As necessary, set the interface timeout settings in the Utility mode on the control panel.

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    Overview C550 1-10...

  • Page 44: Printer Drivers And Supported Operating Systems

    CD-ROM. The printer drivers included on the CD and the supported computer operat- ing systems are listed below. Install the required printer driver. Printer driver Konica Minolta PCL Driver (PCL driver) Konica Minolta Post-...

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    Installing the printer driver Detail For details on the fax driver, refer to the User’s guide [Fax Driver Opera- tions]. C550...

  • Page 46: When Used With Windows

    The installation method also differs depending on the version of Windows that you are using. Refer to the table below for the ap- propriate procedure for installing the printer driver on your computer. Printer driver Konica Minolta PCL Driver Konica Minolta PostScript Driver...

  • Page 47: Automatic Installation Using The Installer

    Installing the printer driver Automatic installation using the installer With the installer, this machine is detected to determine whether it is con- nected by USB or is on the same TCP/IP network as the computer, and then the required printer is automatically installed. You can also manually specify the printer driver to be installed.

  • Page 48: To Install The Printer Driver

    Installing the printer driver To install the printer driver Insert the printer driver CD-ROM into the computer’s CD-ROM drive. – Check that the installer starts up, and then continue with step 2. – If the installer does not start up, open the printer driver folder on the CD-ROM, double-click “Setup.exe”, and then continue with step 3.

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    Installing the printer driver Select this machine, and then click the [Next] button. – If the connection of this machine cannot be recognized, the ma- chine will not be listed. When this occurs, select “Specify the Print- er/MFP Except for the Above. (IP Address, Host Name)”, and then specify this machine directly.

  • Page 50: Installing The Printer Driver Using The Add Printer Wizard

    Installing the printer driver – If not changing the settings, skip to step 8. Select the components to be installed, and then click the [OK] button. – For details on the fax driver, refer to the User’s guide [Fax Driver Operations].

  • Page 51: For Windows Xp/server 2003

    Installing the printer driver For Windows XP/Server 2003 Insert the printer driver CD-ROM into the computer’s CD-ROM drive. Click the [Start] button, and then click “Printers and Faxes”. – If “Printers and Faxes” does not appear in the Start menu, open the Control Panel from the Start menu, select “Printers and Other Hard- ware”, and then select “Printers and Faxes”.

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    Installing the printer driver – Clear the “Automatically detect and install my Plug and Play print- er” check box. The Select a Printer Port dialog box appears. Select “LPT1” here, and then click the [Next] button. Click the [Have Disk] button. Click the [Browse] button.

  • Page 53: For Windows Vista

    Installing the printer driver Click the [OK] button. The “Printers” list appears. Click the [Next] button. Follow the on-screen instructions. – When the Digital Signature dialog box appears, click the [Continue Anyway] button. – When using a network connection, perform a test print after the net- work settings have been specified.

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    Installing the printer driver Click “Add a printer” on the toolbar. The “Add Printer” dialog box appears. Click “Add a local printer”. – For details on installing the printer driver in a network environment, refer to “Setting up network printing” on page 3-1. Because it is necessary to specify other network settings in advance when in- stalling the printer driver using a network connection, install it using a local connection at this time.

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    Installing the printer driver Select “LPT1: (Printer Port)” from “Use an existing port”, and then click the [Next] button. Click the [Have Disk] button. Click the [Browse] button. Specify the desired folder on the CD-ROM that contains the printer driver, and then click the [OK] button. Select the specified folder according to the printer driver to be used, the operating system, and the language.

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    Installing the printer driver Select the printer to be installed, and then click the [Next] button. Follow the on-screen instructions. – If the User Account Control dialog box appears, click the [Continue] button. – If the Windows Security dialog box appears, click “Install this driver software anyway”.

  • Page 57: When Using Web Service Printing Under Windows Vista

    Installing the printer driver When using Web service printing under Windows Vista In Windows Vista, you can retrieve and install a printer that is on the network that is compatible for Web service printing. Detail Be sure to specify the IP address from TCP/IP Settings on this machine. For the setting procedure, refer to “Setting the IP address for this ma- chine”...

  • Page 58: For Windows 2000/nt 4.0

    Installing the printer driver Click “Locate and install driver software (recommended)”. The locate method confirmation dialog box appears. Click “Browse my computer for driver software (advanced)”. Click the [Browse] button. Specify the desired folder on the CD-ROM that contains the printer driver, and then click the [Open] button.

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    Installing the printer driver Double-click the “Add Printer” icon. The Add Printer Wizard starts up. Follow the on-screen instructions. In the screen for selecting the printer connection, select “Local Printer”. Click the [Next] button. – If the screen for specifying the port appears, select “LPT1” here. Click the [Have Disk] button.

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    Installing the printer driver Click the [OK] button. The “Printers” list appears. Click the [Next] button. If the screen for specifying the port appears, select “LPT1” here. Follow the on-screen instructions. – When the Digital Signature dialog box appears, click the [Yes] but- ton.

  • Page 61: Installing The Printer Driver Using Plug And Play, For Windows 2000

    Installing the printer driver Installing the printer driver using Plug and Play For Windows 2000 After using a USB cable to connect this machine to a computer, turn on the computer. – Do not disconnect or connect the cable while the computer is start- ing up.

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    Select the specified folder according to the printer driver to be used, the operating system, and the language. – Konica Minolta PCL Driver: Windows XP/Server 2003: PCL driver, PS driver, Fax driver Click the [Next] button, and then follow the on-screen instructions.

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    Installing the printer driver For Windows Vista After using a USB cable to connect this machine to a computer, turn the computer on. – Do not disconnect or connect the cable while the computer is start- ing up. Turn the main power of this machine on. The Found New Hardware dialog box appears.

  • Page 64: Uninstalling The Printer Driver, When The Printer Driver Contains The Delete Function

    If the printer driver was installed with an installer, the delete function of the printer driver is included. Click the [Start] button, point to “All Programs” (or “Programs”), then to “KONICA MINOLTA”, and then click “bizhub C650_Series”-“Uninstall Printer Driver”. Select the components to be deleted, and then click the [Uninstall] but- ton.

  • Page 65: When The Printer Driver Does Not Contain The Delete Function

    Installing the printer driver When the printer driver does not contain the delete function If the printer driver was not installed with an installer, the delete function of the printer driver is not included. For Windows 2000/NT 4.0, click the [Start] button, point to “Settings”, and then click “Printers”.

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    If the Konica Minolta PCL driver, the Konica Minolta PostScript driver, and the fax driv- er are all installed, the model information of all drivers is deleted. If anoth- er driver is remaining, do not delete it.

  • Page 67: When Used With Macintosh, Installing The Printer Driver

    Installing the printer driver When used with Macintosh The installation procedure for the Macintosh printer driver differs depending on the Mac OS version and printer driver being used. Refer to the table below for the appropriate procedure for installing the printer driver on your Macin- tosh computer.

  • Page 68: Selecting A Printer

    Installing the printer driver In the Easy Install dialog box, click the [Install] button. – From the second time the printer driver is installed and thereafter, the [Install] button may appear as the [Upgrade] button. The printer driver is installed onto the Macintosh computer. When in- stallation is complete, a message appears.

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    Installing the printer driver If this machine appears as a printer with a Bonjour connection, select “KONICA MINOLTA” from the “Print Using” drop-down list, select “KONICA MINOLTA C550 PS” in the model list, and then click the [Add] button. –...

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    For Mac OS 10.4, enter “ipp” in the queue name text box. Select “KONICA MINOLTA” from the “Printer Model” drop-down list. Select “KONICA MINOLTA C550 PS”, and then click the [Add] button. The selected printer is registered in the printer list. For Mac OS 9.2 After connecting this machine, it can be used as a printer by selecting “Post-...

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    Installing the printer driver Make sure that “AppleTalk” is set to “Active”, and then click the [Laser- Writer] icon. From the “Select a PostScript Printer” list, click the applicable printer for the printing system, and then click the [Create] button. –...

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    Drag the “C650” folder, which is located in “Library” – “Printers” – “KONICAMINOLTA”, to the “Trash” icon. For Mac OS 10.2, drag all the “KONICA MINOLTA C650” folders, which are located in “Library” – “Printers” – “PPD Plugins”, to the “Trash”...

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    Installing the printer driver For Mac OS 9.2 Drag PPD file “KONICAMINOLTAC650UVxxx.ppd”, which is located in “System Folder” – “Extensions” – “Printer Descriptions” of “Hard Disk”, to the “Trash” icon. The related printer driver files are deleted. Restart the computer. This completes the printer driver uninstallation procedure.

  • Page 74: Overview Of Network Functions, Network Functions

    Setting up network printing Setting up network printing Overview of network functions Network functions By connecting this machine to a network through the Ethernet port, this printing system can be used as a network printer. Printing system This machine This printing system supports 10Base-T, 100Base-TX and 1000Base-T standards.

  • Page 75: Features Of The Network Functions

    Setting up network printing Features of the network functions This printing system is equipped with the following network functions to flex- ibly support various network environments. - Automatic selection of 10Base-T, 100Base-TX or 1000Base-T (Fast Eth- ernet) - Obtains the IP address automatically from DHCP or BOOTP - Printing with SMB printing (Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista) You can print with SMB in Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, or Windows Vista.

  • Page 76: Network Connection Methods That Can Be Selected In Each Windows Operating System

    Setting up network printing Network connection methods that can be selected in each Windows op- erating system This chapter describes the settings that must be specified for network print- ing. Setting procedures differ depending on the method of networking printing used (SMB, LPR, or IPP printing).

  • Page 77: Setting The Ip Address For This Machine

    Setting up network printing Setting the IP address for this machine Use this machine’s control panel to assign an IP address to this machine. Reminder When specifying network settings, follow the instructions of the network administrator. Press the [Utility/Counter] key in this machine’s control panel, touch [Administrator Settings], and then enter the administrator password.

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    Setting up network printing Touch [Manual Input] under “IP Application Method”. Specify settings for the following: – IP Address: Specify the IP address of this machine. – Subnet Mask: Specify the subnet mask for the network to which you are connecting. –...

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    Setting up network printing Detail Although the method for entering a static IP address without using the DHCP server is described in the procedure here, it is also possible to au- tomatically assign the IP address from the DHCP server. When “IP Appli- cation Method”...

  • Page 80: Accessing Pagescope Web Connection

    Setting up network printing Accessing PageScope Web Connection Setting the IP address for this machine enables you to access PageScope Web Connection. With PageScope Web Connection, you can change the network settings of this machine from a computer. Use your Web browser to directly access PageScope Web Connection. Start up the Web browser.

  • Page 81: Smb Printing, Operations On This Machine

    Setting up network printing SMB printing You can use SMB printing (Windows printing) to print directly over the Micro- soft network from computers running Windows. Operations on this machine Set the IP address for this machine. For the setting procedure, refer to “Set- ting the IP address for this machine”...

  • Page 82: Printer Driver Settings

    Setting up network printing To apply the settings, restart this machine (turn the main power off, then on again). Reminder When turning the power off, then on again, wait at least 10 seconds be- fore turning the power on again; otherwise, this machine may not function properly.

  • Page 83: Lpr Printing, Operations On This Machine, Printer Driver Settings, For Windows 2000/xp/server 2003/vista

    Setting up network printing LPR printing The LPR print service is supported as standard in Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows NT 4.0, Windows Server 2003, and Windows Vista. TCP/IP is used as the network protocol. Operations on this machine Set the IP address for this machine. For the setting procedure, refer to “Set- ting the IP address for this machine”...

  • Page 84: For Windows Nt 4.0

    Setting up network printing Click the [Next] button, and then click the [Finish] button to apply the setting. For Windows NT 4.0 Click the [Start] button, point to “Settings”, and then click “Printers”. Right-click the icon of the installed printer, and then click “Properties”. On the Ports tab, click the [Add Port] button.

  • Page 85: Port 9100 Printing (windows 2000/xp/server 2003/vista), Operations On This Machine

    Setting up network printing Port 9100 printing (Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003/ Vista) The Port 9100 print service is supported as standard in Windows 2000, Win- dows XP, Windows Server 2003, and Windows Vista. TCP/IP is used as the network protocol. Operations on this machine Set the IP address for this machine.

  • Page 86

    Setting up network printing Click the [Next] button, and then click the [Finish] button to apply the setting. Note If the RAW port is not specified to be used in the TCP/IP setting, printing cannot be performed. To specify the RAW port settings, refer to User’s Guide [PageScope Web Connection Operations].

  • Page 87: Ipp Printing (windows 2000/xp/server 2003/vista), Operations On This Machine

    Setting up network printing IPP printing (Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista) The IPP (Internet Printing Protocol) print service is supported as standard in Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, and Windows Vista. TCP/IP is used as the network protocol. Operations on this machine Set the IP address for this machine.

  • Page 88

    Setting up network printing Touch [ON] under “IPP Settings” and “Accept IPP Jobs”. Touch [Printer Information], and then specify settings for the following. After specifying the settings, touch [Close]. – Printer Name: Specify the printer name (up to 127 characters). –...

  • Page 89

    Setting up network printing Touch [Support Information], and then specify the print operations sup- ported by IPP. After specifying the settings, touch [OK]. Touch [Forward]. Specify settings for the following. After specifying the settings, touch [Forward]. – IPP Authentication Settings: Select [ON]. –...

  • Page 90: Installing The Printer Driver (windows 2000/xp/server 2003)

    Setting up network printing Specify the user name and password. After specifying the settings, touch [OK]. To apply the settings, restart this machine (turn the main power off, then on again). Reminder When turning the power off, then on again, wait at least 10 seconds be- fore turning the power on again;...

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    Setting up network printing For Windows 2000/Server 2003, double-click the “Add Printer” icon. For Windows XP, click “Add a printer” on the “Printer Tasks” menu. The Add Printer Wizard starts up. Click the [Next] button. In the Local or Network Printer dialog box, select “Network printer”, and then click the [Next] button.

  • Page 92: Installing The Printer Driver (windows Vista)

    Setting up network printing Installing the printer driver (Windows Vista) Insert the printer driver CD-ROM into the computer’s CD-ROM drive. Click the [Start] button, and then click “Control Panel”. Click “Hardware and Sound”, and then click “Printers”. – If the control panel is in the classic view, double-click “Printers”. The Printers window appears.

  • Page 93

    Setting up network printing Printer drivers that can be selected: Windows Vista: PCL driver, PS driver, Fax driver Click the [OK] button. The “Printers” list appears. Click the [Next] button. Follow the on-screen instructions. – If the User Account Control dialog box appears, click the [Continue] button.

  • Page 94: Printing With Netware, Network Printing In A Netware Environment

    Setting up network printing Printing with NetWare The printer controller supports the following environments. Network printing in a NetWare environment NetWare version NetWare 4.x NetWare 5.x/6 For Remote Printer mode with NetWare 4.x bindery emulation Note Before using bindery emulation, check that bindery emulation is compat- ible with the NetWare server.

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    Setting up network printing Note The settings can also be specified from PageScope Web Connection. Press the [Utility/Counter] key in this machine’s control panel, touch [Administrator Settings], and then enter the administrator password. – The administrator password is required to enter Administrator mode.

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    Setting up network printing In the NetWare Settings screen, touch [NetWare Print Settings], and then specify settings for the following. – NetWare Print Settings: Select [ON]. – NetWare Print Mode: Select [Nprinter/Rprinter]. Specify settings for the following. After specifying the settings, touch [Close].

  • Page 97: For Print Server Mode With Netware 4.x Bindery Emulation

    Setting up network printing In the NetWare Settings screen, touch [User Authentication Setting (NDS)], and then specify settings for the following. After specifying the settings, touch [Close]. – User Authentication Setting (NDS): Select [ON]. (Depending on the network environment, select [OFF].) In the NetWare Settings screen, touch [Close].

  • Page 98

    Setting up network printing From the “Available Options” list, select “Quick Setup”, and then click the [Enter] button. Enter the appropriate names in the “Printer Server Name”, “Printer Name”, and “Print Queue Name” fields, select “Other/Unknown” from the “Printer type” field, and then save the specified settings. Click the [Esc] button to quit Pconsole.

  • Page 99

    Setting up network printing Touch [IPX Settings], and then specify settings for the following. After specifying the settings, touch [Close]. – IPX Setting: Select [ON]. – Ethernet Frame Type: Select “Auto Detect”. (Select the frame type according to the network environment.) In the NetWare Settings screen, touch [NetWare Print Settings], and then specify settings for the following.

  • Page 100

    Setting up network printing Specify settings for the following. After specifying the settings, touch [Forward]. – Print Server Name: Specify the print server name created with Pconsole. – Print Server Password: Specify only when setting from the NetWare server. – Polling Interval: Specify 1.

  • Page 101: For Netware 4.x Remote Printer Mode (nds)

    Setting up network printing In the NetWare Settings screen, touch [User Authentication Setting (NDS)], and then specify settings for the following. After specifying the settings, touch [Close]. – User Authentication Setting (NDS): Select [ON]. (Depending on the network environment, select [OFF].) In the NetWare Settings screen, touch [Close].

  • Page 102

    Setting up network printing Enter the appropriate names in the “Printer Server Name”, “Printer Name”, “Print Queue Name”, and “Print Queue Volume” fields, select “Other/Unknown” from the “Printer type” field, and then save the spec- ified settings. Detail For queue user privileges, printer notification options, assignment of mul- tiple queues, and passwords, refer to the NetWare documentation, and specify the settings as necessary.

  • Page 103

    Setting up network printing Touch [IPX Settings], and then specify settings for the following. After specifying the settings, touch [Close]. – IPX Setting: Select [ON]. – Ethernet Frame Type: Select “Auto Detect”. (Select the frame type according to the network environment.) In the NetWare Settings screen, touch [NetWare Print Settings], and then specify settings for the following.

  • Page 104

    Setting up network printing Specify settings for the following. After specifying the settings, touch [Close]. – Print Server Name: Specify the Print Server Name. – Printer Number: Specify the printer number (0 to 254), or select [Au- to]. Touch [Close]. In the NetWare Settings screen, touch [User Authentication Setting (NDS)], and then specify settings for the following.

  • Page 105: For Netware 4.x/5.x/6 Print Server Mode (nds)

    Setting up network printing Use the NetWare server console to display the print server screen, and then check that “C550” (created printer) is shown as “Waiting for Job” for the connected printer (0). Reminder When turning the power off, then on again, wait at least 10 seconds be- fore turning the power on again;...

  • Page 106

    Setting up network printing Press the [Utility/Counter] key in this machine’s control panel, touch [Administrator Settings], and then enter the administrator password. – The administrator password is required to enter Administrator mode. Ask the administrator of this machine for the administrator password.

  • Page 107

    Setting up network printing In the NetWare Settings screen, touch [NetWare Print Settings], and then specify settings for the following. After the NetWare print mode is selected, the screen switches automatically. – NetWare Print Settings: Select [ON]. – NetWare Print Mode: Select [PServer]. Specify settings for the following.

  • Page 108

    Setting up network printing Specify settings for the following. After specifying the settings, touch [Close]. – File Server Name: Specify the name of the file server that connects to the PServer. – NDS Context Name: Specify the name of the context that connects to the PServer.

  • Page 109: For Netware 5.x/6 Novell Distributed Print Service (ndps)

    Setting up network printing Use the NetWare server console to load MONITOR.NLM. Select the connection information and, in the active connection col- umn, check that the created PServer is connected. Reminder When turning the power off, then on again, wait at least 10 seconds be- fore turning the power on again;...

  • Page 110: Specifying Client (windows) Settings When Using The Netware Server

    Setting up network printing In “Connection type”, select “Remote (LPR on IP)”, and then register it. Enter the IP address set for this machine as the host address, enter “Print” as the printer name, and then click the [Finish] button to register the settings.

  • Page 111

    Setting up network printing – Printer drivers that can be selected: Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista: PCL driver, PS driver Windows NT 4.0: PCL driver Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation. C550 3-38...

  • Page 112: Printing With Macintosh, Operations On This Machine, Specifying The Appletalk Settings

    Setting up network printing Printing with Macintosh This section describes this machine’s settings and the Macintosh network settings. Specify the printer network port settings after installing the printer driver and when selecting a printer. To select a printer, refer to “Selecting a printer” on page 2-25.

  • Page 113: Specifying The Bonjour Settings

    Setting up network printing Specify settings for the following. After specifying the settings, touch [OK]. – AppleTalk Setting: Select [ON]. – Printer Name: Specify the printer name (up to 31 characters). – Zone Name: Specify the zone being connected to (up to 31 charac- ters).

  • Page 114: Setting The Macintosh Computer

    Setting up network printing Touch [Network Settings], then [Bonjour Setting]. Specify settings for the following. After specifying the settings, touch [OK]. – Bonjour Setting: Select [ON]. – Bonjour Name: Specify the Bonjour name that is to appear as the connected device name (up to 63 characters). To apply the settings, restart this machine (turn the main power off, then on again).

  • Page 115

    Setting up network printing For Mac OS X On the Apple menu, select “System Preferences”. Click the “Network” icon. From “Show”, select “Built-in Ethernet”. Click the TCP/IP tab. Select the items from “Configure” that correspond to the network set- tings for the Macintosh computer that is connected to the network, and then set the IP address and subnet mask.

  • Page 116: Printing Operations, For Windows

    Various printing methods Various printing methods Printing operations For Windows Print jobs are specified from the application software. Open the data in the application, click [File], and then click [Print]. Check that the printer name has been selected in “Printer Name” or “Select Printer”.

  • Page 117: Test Printing

    Various printing methods – If the changed settings are not saved in the Print dialog box, the original settings are restored when the application is quit. Click the [Print] button. The Data indicator of this machine flashes. Test printing Printing is possible when the printer driver is installed and the network set- tings have been specified.

  • Page 118: For Macintosh

    Various printing methods For Macintosh Printing is possible when the printer driver is installed and the network set- tings have been specified. Print jobs are specified from the application soft- ware. For Mac OS X Open the data in the application, click [File], and then click “Print”. Check that the printer name has been selected.

  • Page 119

    Various printing methods For Mac OS 9.2 Open the data in the application, click [File], and then click “Print”. Check that the printer name has been selected. Select “General”. Specify the print range and the number of copies to print, and then click the [Print] button.

  • Page 120: Setting The Printing Functions, Function List

    Various printing methods Setting the printing functions The functions of this machine such as sorting and folding can be set when printing from a computer. Depending on the operating system running on the connected computer, the setting procedure of this machine’s functions may differ.

  • Page 121

    Various printing methods Function Overview Offset When printing multiple copies, shifts the output position of each set. Combination/ Specifies whether to print multiple Poster Mode pages of text on one page with N in 1 printing, or print one sheet of an original document divided on multiple pages with Poster Mode printing.

  • Page 122

    Various printing methods Function Overview Watermark Prints a watermark (text stamp) on the page being printed. Create Overlay Prints an original document on top File of an overlay that was created separately. Copy Protect Prints a special pattern to prevent copying.

  • Page 123: Function Overview, Original Orientation

    Mac OS 9.2 C550 ABCD ABCDEF Portrait Landscape Printer driver Refer to Konica Minolta PCL “Specifying the Basic tab settings” on page 5-7 Konica Minolta PostScript “Specifying the Basic tab settings” on page 6-7 PostScript PPD “Page Attributes (basic settings)” on page 8-7 “Page Attributes (basic settings)”...

  • Page 124: Original Size And Paper Size

    Only the output paper sizes can be specified with the PostScript PPD driver for the Macintosh. C550 Printer driver Refer to Konica Minolta PCL “Specifying the Basic tab settings” on page 5-7 Konica Minolta PostScript “Specifying the Basic tab settings” on...

  • Page 125: Zoom (enlargement And Reduction)

    Mac OS 9.2 C550 Enlarged Original ABCD Reduced Printer driver Refer to Konica Minolta PCL “Specifying the Basic tab settings” on page 5-7 Konica Minolta PostScript “Specifying the Basic tab settings” on page 6-7 PostScript PPD “Page Attributes (basic settings)” on page 8-7 “Page Attributes (basic settings)”...

  • Page 126: Paper Tray (paper Source), Paper Type

    Operating system Windows Mac OS X C550 Tray Printer driver Refer to Konica Minolta PCL “Specifying the Basic tab settings” on page 5-7 Konica Minolta PostScript “Specifying the Basic tab settings” on page 6-7 PostScript PPD “Paper Tray/Output Tray” on page 8-25 “General (basic settings)”...

  • Page 127: Output Method (job Management), User Authentication, Account Track

    Track. Operating system Windows Mac OS X C550 Printer driver Refer to Konica Minolta PCL “Specifying the Basic tab settings” on page 5-7 Konica Minolta PostScript “Specifying the Basic tab settings” on page 6-7 PostScript PPD “Output Method” on page 8-10 “Printer specific options (Finishing Options...

  • Page 128: Collate And Offset

    Mac OS 9.2 C550 Collate ABCD ABCD ABCD Printer driver Refer to Konica Minolta PCL “Specifying the Basic tab settings” on page 5-7 Konica Minolta PostScript “Specifying the Basic tab settings” on page 6-7 PostScript PPD “Output Method” on page 8-10 “General (basic settings)”...

  • Page 129: Combination/poster Mode

    Various printing methods Combination/Poster Mode You can specify whether to print multiple pages of text on one page with N in 1 printing, or print one sheet of an original document divided on multiple pages with Poster Mode printing. N in 1 printing comes in handy when you want to reduce the number of out- put pages.

  • Page 130: Skip Blank Pages (saving Paper), Chapters

    Operating system Windows Mac OS X C550 Printer driver Refer to Konica Minolta PCL “Specifying the Layout tab settings” on page 5-17 Konica Minolta PostScript “Specifying the Layout tab settings” on page 6-17 PostScript PPD “Print dialog box” on page 8-2 “Layout/Finish”...

  • Page 131: Print Type (duplex Printing/booklet Printing)

    C550 Printout Print data Left binding Print data Printer driver Refer to Konica Minolta PCL “Specifying the Layout tab settings” on page 5-17 Konica Minolta PostScript “Specifying the Layout tab settings” on page 6-17 PostScript PPD “Layout/Finish” on page 8-19 “Printer specific options (Finishing Options...

  • Page 132: Image Shift

    C550 Up shift ABCD Left shift Down shift Printer driver Refer to Konica Minolta PCL “Specifying the Layout tab settings” on page 5-17 Konica Minolta PostScript “Specifying the Layout tab settings” on page 6-17 PostScript PPD “Layout/Finish” on page 8-19 “Printer specific options (Finishing Options...

  • Page 133: Stapling And Hole Punching

    Mac OS X Mac OS 9.2 C550 Stapling ABCD ABCDEF Printer driver Refer to Konica Minolta PCL “Specifying the Finish tab settings” on page 5-21 Konica Minolta PostScript “Specifying the Finish tab settings” on page 6-21 PostScript PPD “Layout/Finish” on page 8-19 “Printer specific options (Finishing Options...

  • Page 134: Center Staple And Fold/fold

    Mac OS X Mac OS 9.2 C550 Tri-fold Center staple and fold Printer driver Refer to Konica Minolta PCL “Specifying the Finish tab settings” on page 5-21 Konica Minolta PostScript “Specifying the Finish tab settings” on page 6-21 PostScript PPD “Layout/Finish”...

  • Page 135: Paper Arrangement, Cover Mode And Transparency Interleave

    Operating system Windows Mac OS X Mac OS 9.2 C550 Printer driver Refer to Konica Minolta PCL “Specifying the Finish tab settings” on page 5-21 Konica Minolta PostScript “Specifying the Finish tab settings” on page 6-21 PostScript PPD “Layout/Finish” on page 8-19 “Printer specific options (Finishing Options...

  • Page 136: Per Page Setting, Watermark

    You can print a watermark (text stamp) on the page being printed. Watermark Operating system Windows C550 Printer driver Refer to Konica Minolta PCL “Specifying the Cover Mode tab settings” on page 5-24 Konica Minolta PostScript “Specifying the Cover Mode tab settings” on page 6-24 PostScript PPD “Per Page Setting”...

  • Page 137: Overlay, Copy Protect

    Operating system Windows Mac OS X C550 Created data Printer driver Refer to Konica Minolta PCL “Specifying the Stamp/Composition tab settings” on page 5-27 Konica Minolta PostScript “Specifying the Stamp/Composition tab settings” on page 6-28 Printer driver Refer to Konica Minolta PCL “Specifying the Stamp/Composition tab...

  • Page 138: Date/time And Page Number, Header/footer, Quality Adjustment, Use Printer Fonts (substitute Fonts)

    You can specify whether to replace the TrueType fonts with printer fonts. Operating system Windows Mac OS 9.2 C550 Printer driver Refer to Konica Minolta PCL “Specifying the Stamp/Composition tab settings” on page 5-27 Konica Minolta PostScript “Specifying the Stamp/Composition tab settings” on page 6-28 PostScript PPD “Stamp/Composition”...

  • Page 139: Specifying The Printer Driver Basic Settings, For Windows

    Various printing methods Specifying the printer driver basic settings The settings specified for the functions of this machine when printing can only be applied while using the application. When the application is quit, the settings return to their default settings. When registering the settings, change the printer driver basic settings (de- fault settings) or use the function for saving settings.

  • Page 140

    Various printing methods PCL driver PostScript driver C550 4-25...

  • Page 141

    Note For the settings that can be specified with each printer driver, refer to the following: Konica Minolta PCL Driver: “Setting up the PCL driver (Windows)” on page 5-1 Konica Minolta PostScript Driver: “Setting up the PostScript driver (Win- dows)” on page 6-1 Use each tab in the dialog box to set up the printer driver.

  • Page 142

    Various printing methods For Macintosh The functions of this machine that can be used when printing can be speci- fied in the Print dialog box or the Page Setup dialog box. The settings can only be applied while using the application. When the ap- plication is quit, the settings return to their default settings.

  • Page 143: Setting Up The Ppd Driver (mac Os

    Various printing methods Note For details on the settings that can be specified in the printer driver, refer to “Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X)” on page 8-1. For Mac OS 9.x In the Print dialog box, save the settings by clicking the [Save Settings] but- ton.

  • Page 144: Settings, Common Settings

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Settings Common settings The following describes the common settings and buttons that are displayed on all tabs. Button Cancel Help Add (Favorite Setting) Edit (Favorite Setting) Default Printer Information C550 Function Click this button to close the dialog box and apply any settings that...

  • Page 145: Basic Tab

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Button View Note To enable any installed options, you must specify the Device Option set- tings. For details, refer to “Specifying the Configure tab settings” on page 5-43. Basic tab Item Original Orientation Original Size Paper Size Zoom Paper Tray...

  • Page 146: Layout Tab, Finish Tab, Cover Mode Tab

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Layout tab Item Combination Rotate 180 Skip Blank Pages Chapters Print Type Binding Position Binding Margin Image Shift Finish tab Item Staple Center Staple and Fold Punch Fold Output Tray Paper Arrangement Cover Mode tab Item Front Cover Front Cover Tray...

  • Page 147: Stamp/composition Tab, Quality Tab, Other Tab

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Item Transparency Interleave Interleave Tray Stamp/Composition tab Item Watermark Create Overlay File Copy Protect Date/Time Page Number Header/Footer Quality tab Item Select Color Quality Adjustment Color Settings Pattern Image Compression Glossy Mode Font Download Font Settings Format Use Printer...

  • Page 148: Configure Tab, Settings Tab

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Item Remove White Back- ground Check Driver Version Configure tab Item Device Option Paper Tray Information Acquire Device Informa- tion Acquire Settings Encrypt. Passphrase Software Tools Note To display the Configure tab in Windows 2000/XP/NT 4.0/Server 2003/ Vista, right-click the icon of the installed printer, and then click “Proper- ties”.

  • Page 149: Settings Tab

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Item Popup Authentication Dia- log when printing Save Custom Size Note To display the Settings tab in Windows 2000/XP/NT 4.0/Server 2003/Vis- ta, right-click the icon of the installed printer, and then click “Properties”. C550 Function Displays the User Authentication/Account Track dialog box when a print job is specified to enter the user name and department...

  • Page 150: Specifying The Basic Tab Settings, Printing To Suit The Paper Size

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Specifying the Basic tab settings Printing to suit the paper size You can enlarge or reduce documents created when printing to match the output paper size. Click the Basic tab. From the “Original Size” and “Paper Size” drop-down lists, select the desired settings.

  • Page 151: Specifying A Custom Size, Selecting The Paper Tray

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) settings described below from [Basic (Paper)] – [Change Tray Settings] – [Wide Paper] in the control panel. Select “A4W”. Enter the A3 paper size (420.0 × 297.0) in [Change Size]. Specifying a custom size When printing on paper of a custom size, you can select a preregistered cus- tom paper size or specify a paper size value as described below.

  • Page 152: Specifying The Paper Type For A Paper Tray

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Click the Basic tab. From the “Paper Tray” drop-down list, select the desired paper tray. Note If “Auto” is specified as the paper tray, you can select the paper type. If the paper tray setting is changed to a setting other than “Auto”, the paper type is fixed to its preregistered setting.

  • Page 153: Selecting The Output Method

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Click the [OK] button. Note The current specified settings can be checked in “Device Status”. Click the [Restore Device Status] button to communicate with this ma- chine and read the status of the settings specified on this machine. You cannot use this function if you are not connected to or able to communi- cate with this machine.

  • Page 154

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Secure Print If “Secure Print” was selected, enter the ID and password in the dialog box that appeared. Note The ID and password that are required for “Secure Print” can be prereg- istered by clicking the [User Settings] button under “Output Method”. If the ID and password are already registered, the dialog box to enter the ID and password does not appear when “Secure Print”...

  • Page 155

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Save in User Box When “Save in User Box” or “Save in User Box and Print” is selected, specify the file name to be saved and the box number for the save location in the di- alog box that appears for entering the file name and box number.

  • Page 156: Specifying The User Authentication Settings

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Proof Print When a print job is sent, this machine stops printing temporarily after part of the document has been printed. The remaining print job is stored in this ma- chine as a print job. When printing multiple copies, you can print the remain- ing part of the print job after checking the print results.

  • Page 157

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Select “Recipient User”, and then enter the user name and password. Click the [OK] button. Note If this machine has been set to permit public users, the machine can be used without a user name and password. If performing user authentication on a server, the server settings must be specified.

  • Page 158: Specifying The Account Track Settings

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Specifying the account track settings If the account track settings have been specified on this machine, you must enter a department name and password. Note If a job is printed using a department name or password that is not a reg- istered account on this machine, or if a job is printed without “Account Track”...

  • Page 159

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Click the [OK] button. Note Click the [Verify] button to communicate with this machine and to check whether authentication can be performed with the user that was entered. You cannot use this function if you are not connected to or able to com- municate with this machine.

  • Page 160: Specifying The Layout Tab Settings

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Specifying the Layout tab settings Printing multiple pages on one page (N in 1, Poster Mode) You can specify whether to print multiple pages of text on one page with N in 1 printing, or print one sheet of an original document divided on multiple pages with Poster Mode printing.

  • Page 161: Chapters, Specifying Duplex/booklet Printing

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Reminder When printing a job that contains pages of different sizes and orienta- tions, images may be missing or overlapping when the document is print- Chapters You can specify the page you want to print on the front side when duplex printing or booklet printing.

  • Page 162: Setting The Binding Margin

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Setting the binding margin Binding margins are added to the document before it is printed. Click the Layout tab. From the “Binding Position” drop-down list, select the binding position. Select the “Binding Margin” check box. To set the width of the binding margin, click the [Binding Margin Set- tings] button, and then specify the desired settings in the Binding Mar- gin Settings dialog box that appears.

  • Page 163: Shifting Images

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Shifting images The entire print image of a document is shifted and then printed. You can use this function when you want to adjust the print position. Click the Layout tab. Select the “Image Shift” check box. To set the image shift settings, click the [Image Shift Settings] button, and then specify the desired settings in the Image Shift Settings dialog box that appears.

  • Page 164: Specifying The Finish Tab Settings, Stapling

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Specifying the Finish tab settings Stapling Multiple-page documents can be stapled. Reminder The staple function is available only when the optional finisher is installed. Click the Finish tab. Select the “Staple” check box. From the drop-down list, specify the number of staples and the sta- pling position.

  • Page 165: Specifying The Center Staple And Fold Setting, Hole Punching

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Specifying the center staple and fold setting You can specify to center staple and fold a printed document. By specifying the center staple and fold setting, printed documents can be folded in half and stapled. Reminder The center staple and fold function is available only when optional finisher FS-608 is installed.

  • Page 166: Folding, Specifying The Output Tray, Specifying The Procedure For Adjusting The Binding Position

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Folding You can specify to fold a printed document. Reminder The fold function is available only when optional finisher FS-608 is in- stalled. Click the Finish tab. Select the “Fold” check box. From the drop-down list, specify the folding condition. Note The fold function cannot be specified when the staple, punch, or saddle stitch function is specified.

  • Page 167: Specifying The Cover Mode Tab Settings, Printing Documents With A Front Cover/back Cover

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Specifying the Cover Mode tab settings Printing documents with a front cover/back cover Click the Cover Mode tab. Select the “Front Cover” and “Back Cover” check boxes. From the “Front Cover” and “Back Cover” drop-down lists, select the desired print settings.

  • Page 168: Printing Multiple Pages

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Note The Front Cover from Post Inserter function and the Back Cover from Post Inserter function are available only when an optional post inserter is installed. The Front Cover from Post Inserter function and the Back Cover from Post Inserter function cannot be specified when the Front Cover function and the Back Cover function are specified.

  • Page 169: Printing With Transparency Interleaves

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Select the row that was added to the list, and then specify the print set- tings in “Add/Edit”. – Page Number: Enters the page number. When entering multiple page numbers, separate the page numbers with commas such as “2, 4, 6”...

  • Page 170: Specifying The Stamp/composition Tab Settings, Printing A Watermark

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Specifying the Stamp/Composition tab settings Printing a watermark You can print specific text in the background as a watermark. Click the Stamp/Composition tab. Select the “Watermark” check box. From the list, select the watermark that you want to print. Detail For Windows Vista x64, the watermark function cannot be specified when the following functions are specified at the same time.

  • Page 171: Editing A Watermark

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Editing a watermark You can change the fonts and position of the watermark and you can register a new one. Click the Stamp/Composition tab. Select the “Watermark” check box. Click the [Edit] button under “Watermark”. The Edit Watermark dialog box appears.

  • Page 172: Printing Different Original Documents Together (overlay), Editing An Overlay File

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) – Text Color: Specifies the watermark text color. – Sharing: Specifies whether to register the watermark as public or private. – Transparent: Prints the watermark as a transparent image. – 1st Page Only: Prints the watermark on the first page only. –...

  • Page 173

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Select the “Print in Overlay” check box. From the list, select the overlay that you want to print. Click the [Edit] button under “Print in Overlay”. The Edit Print In Overlay dialog box appears. C550 5-30...

  • Page 174: Editing An Overlay File

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Specify the overlay printing method. – Pages: Specifies the pages to print. – Overwrite: Specifies the sequence for printing the overlay on top of the original document. Click the [OK] button. The Stamp/Composition tab appears again. Click the [OK] button.

  • Page 175: Creating An Overlay File

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Creating an overlay file Create the overlay file data using any application. From the [File] menu, select “Print”. Select this machine in “Printer Name”, and then click the [Properties] button or the [Preferences] button. Click the Stamp/Composition tab.

  • Page 176

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Specify the storage location for the overlay file, enter the file name in the “File Name” box, and then enter the overlay name or a comment in the “Overlay Name” text box. Click the [Save] button. Instead of executing a print, the overlay file is saved and is added to the list to be used for the next operation.

  • Page 177: Registering An Overlay File

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Registering an overlay file Click the Stamp/Composition tab. Click the [Edit] button under “Print in Overlay”. The Edit Print In Overlay dialog box appears. Click the [Browse Files] button to open the overlay file. The overlay file is added to the “Select Overlay File”...

  • Page 178: Printing With Copy Protection

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Printing with copy protection You can print a special pattern on an entire page while printing. When copying a printed page, the characters embedded in the pattern ap- pear to prevent an illegal copy. Click the Stamp/Composition tab.

  • Page 179

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) – Serial Number: Embeds the serial number of this machine in a pat- tern. – Distribution Control Number: Embeds the number of copies in a pattern when printing multiple copies. By clicking the [Edit] button under “Start Number”, you can specify the start number or the dis- play type.

  • Page 180: Printing The Date And Page Numbers

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Printing the date and page numbers You can print the date and page numbers on a document. Click the Stamp/Composition tab. Select the “Date/Time” or the “Page Number” check box. The “Date/Time” and “Page Number” check boxes can be selected at the same time.

  • Page 181: Printing A Header And A Footer

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Printing a header and a footer Click the Stamp/Composition tab. Select the “Header/Footer” check box. From the drop-down list, select the Header/Footer setting. – To specify the header and the footer details, continue with step 4. Click the [Edit] button under “Header/Footer”.

  • Page 182: Specifying The Quality Tab Settings, Adjusting The Color And Quality

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Specifying the Quality tab settings Adjusting the color and quality Click the Quality tab. Specify settings for the following: Select Color Quality Adjustment Color Settings Resolution Pattern Image Compression Glossy Mode C550 Specifies the color for printing. Full Color: Prints in color.

  • Page 183: Font Settings

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Font Settings You can replace the TrueType fonts used in Windows with the printer fonts of this machine. Click the Quality tab. Click the [Font Settings] button. Specify settings for the following: – Download Font Format: Selects the TrueType font downloading method.

  • Page 184

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Note Using the printer fonts will shorten the printing time, however, there may be a difference in the screen display and the print results. By selecting the TrueType font download method from the “Download Font Format”...

  • Page 185: Specifying The Other Tab Settings

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Specifying the Other tab settings Excel Job Control Remove White Back- ground Thin Line Support Check Driver Version Note The “Excel Job Control” setting and the “Remove White Background” setting cannot be used with Windows XP Professional x64 or Windows Server 2003 x64.

  • Page 186: Specifying The Configure Tab Settings, Selecting A Model Name And An Option

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Specifying the Configure tab settings Selecting a model name and an option The functions of this machine can be used from the printer driver if the model name, the installed options, and the user authentication and account track functions are specified.

  • Page 187: Specifying The Paper Tray

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) – For Windows Vista, if the control panel is in the classic view, dou- ble-click “Printers”. Right-click the icon of the installed printer, and then click “Properties”. Click the Configure tab. From “Device Option”, select “Model”. Select the model to be used from the “Setting”...

  • Page 188: Changing An Encryption Passphrase

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Select the desired tray in “Paper Tray Information”, and then specify the paper size, paper orientation, and paper type. Click the [OK] button. Note The paper type for a paper tray can also be specified from the Basic tab. For details, refer to “Specifying the Basic tab settings”...

  • Page 189: Starting Up A Software Tool

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Select the “Encrypt. Passphrase” check box. Enter the encryption passphrase in the “Encrypt. Passphrase” text box. Starting up a software tool You can start up tools such as PageScope Web Connection that can be used by this machine.

  • Page 190: Specifying The Settings Tab Settings, Specifying The Default Settings

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) 5.10 Specifying the Settings tab settings Specifying the default settings You can change the default settings for displaying the confirmation messag- es or the dialog box for entering the authentication settings. For Windows 2000/NT 4.0, click the [Start] button, point to “Settings”, and then click “Printers”.

  • Page 191: Registering Custom Paper Sizes

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) – EMF Spool: When using an original system environment, select this check box if a metafile (EMF) spool is required. – Display Constraint Message: Specifies whether to display a mes- sage when functions that cannot be specified at the same time were enabled from the printer driver.

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    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) The new paper size is added to “List of Custom Size”. Specify the paper name and size. Click the [OK] button. Note Up to 10 custom paper sizes can be registered. Up to 16 characters can be entered in the “Paper Name” text box. From the Save Custom Size dialog box, the selected custom paper size can be deleted by clicking the [Delete] button.

  • Page 193: Saving The Driver Settings

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) 5.11 Saving the driver settings You can save the setting values of the changed driver and recall them as necessary. Saving the driver settings Change the driver settings from the Basic tab and the Layout tab. Click the [Add] button next to the “Favorite Setting”...

  • Page 194: Recalling The Settings

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) – Name: Enters the specified registration name. – Icon: Specifies the icon. The settings can be registered even if the icon is not specified. – Sharing: Specifies whether to register the specified file as public or private.

  • Page 195: Editing The Settings

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Editing the settings You can edit the recalled function items such as the specified names and comments. In the Printing Preferences dialog box, click the [Edit] button next to the “Favorite Setting” drop-down list. From the list, select the specified name that you want to change, and then change the setting.

  • Page 196: Importing And Exporting The Driver Settings

    Setting up the PCL driver (Windows) Note The specified settings of the driver functions cannot be changed. Importing and exporting the driver settings You can also save (export) or read (import) the settings that were specified to a file. This comes in handy when you want to use the same settings on an- other computer.

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  • Page 198

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Setting up the PostScript driver (Win- dows) Settings Common settings The following describes the common settings and buttons that are displayed on all tabs. Button Cancel Help Add (Favorite Setting) Edit (Favorite Setting) Default C550 Function Click this button to close the dialog box and apply any settings that...

  • Page 199

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Button Printer Information View Note To enable any installed options, you must specify the Device Option set- tings. For details, refer to “Specifying the Configure tab settings” on page 6-45. Basic tab Item Original Orientation Original Size Paper Size Zoom...

  • Page 200

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Item Offset Paper Settings for Each Tray Layout tab Item Combination Rotate 180 Chapters Print Type Binding Position Binding Margin Image Shift Finish tab Item Staple Center Staple and Fold Punch Fold Output Tray Paper Arrangement Cover Mode tab Item...

  • Page 201

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Item Per Page Setting Transparency Interleave Interleave Tray Stamp/Composition tab Item Watermark Create Overlay File Copy Protect Date/Time Page Number Header/Footer Quality tab Item Select Color Quality Adjustment Color Settings Glossy Mode Font Settings Download Font Format Use Printer...

  • Page 202: Advanced Tab, Device Settings Tab

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Advanced tab Item Advanced Printing Features PostScript Output Option Send PostScript Error Handler Mirrored Output PostScript Pass through Device Settings tab Item Font Substitution Table Available PostScript Memory Output Protocol Send CTRL-D Before Each Job Send CTRL-D After Each Job Convert Gray Text to PostScript Gray...

  • Page 203

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Configure tab Item Device Option Paper Tray Information Acquire Device Information Acquire Settings Encrypt. Passphrase Software Tools Note To display the Configure tab in Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista, right-click the icon of the installed printer, and then click “Properties”. You cannot use the [Acquire Device Information] function if you are not connected to or able to communicate with this machine.

  • Page 204

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Specifying the Basic tab settings Printing to suit the paper size You can enlarge or reduce documents created when printing to match the output paper size. Click the Basic tab. From the “Original Size” and “Paper Size” drop-down lists, select the desired settings.

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    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) To print, load A3 size paper in the tray (“Tray 1” or “Bypass Tray”) of this machine that was specified from the printer driver, and then specify the settings described below from [Basic (Paper)] – [Change Tray Settings] – [Wide Paper] in the control panel.

  • Page 206

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Note If “Auto” is specified as the paper tray, you can select the paper type. If the paper tray setting is changed to a setting other than “Auto”, the paper type is fixed to its preregistered setting. Specify a paper type by clicking the [Paper Settings for Each Tray] button.

  • Page 207

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Note The current specified settings can be checked in “Device Status”. Click the [Restore Device Status] button to communicate with this ma- chine and read the status of the settings specified on this machine. You cannot use this function if you are not connected to or able to communi- cate with this machine.

  • Page 208

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Secure Print If “Secure Print” was selected, enter the ID and password in the dialog box that appeared. Note The ID and password that are required for “Secure Print” can be prereg- istered by clicking the [User Settings] button under “Output Method”. If the ID and password are already registered, the dialog box to enter the ID and password does not appear when “Secure Print”...

  • Page 209

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Save in User Box When “Save in User Box” or “Save in User Box and Print” is selected, specify the file name to be saved and the box number for the save location in the di- alog box that appears for entering the file name and box number.

  • Page 210

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Proof Print When a print job is sent, this machine stops printing temporarily after part of the document has been printed. The remaining print job is stored in this ma- chine as a print job. When printing multiple copies, you can print the remain- ing part of the print job after checking the print results.

  • Page 211

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Select “Recipient User”, and then enter the user name and password. Click the [OK] button. Note If this machine has been set to permit public users, the machine can be used without a user name and password. If performing user authentication on a server, the server settings must be specified.

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    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Specifying the account track settings If the account track settings have been specified on this machine, you must enter a department name and password. Reminder If a job is printed using a department name or password that is not a reg- istered account on this machine, or if a job is printed without “Account Track”...

  • Page 213

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Note Click the [Verify] button to communicate with this machine and to check whether authentication can be performed with the user that was entered. You cannot use this function if you are not connected to or able to com- municate with this machine.

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    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Specifying the Layout tab settings Printing multiple pages on one page (N in 1) You can specify to print multiple pages of text on one page with N in 1 print- ing. Click the Layout tab. Select the “Combination”...

  • Page 215

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Reminder When printing a job that contains pages of different sizes and orienta- tions, images may be missing or overlapping when the document is print- Chapters You can specify the page you want to print on the front side when duplex printing or booklet printing.

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    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Setting the binding margin Binding margins are added to the document before it is printed. Click the Layout tab. From the “Binding Position” drop-down list, select the binding position. Select the “Binding Margin” check box. To set the width of the binding margin, click the [Binding Margin Set- tings] button, and then specify the desired settings in the Binding Mar- gin Settings dialog box that appears.

  • Page 217

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Shifting images The entire print image of a document is shifted and then printed. You can use this function when you want to adjust the print position. Click the Layout tab. Select the “Image Shift” check box. To set the image shift settings, click the [Image Shift Settings] button, and then specify the desired settings in the Image Shift Settings dialog box that appears.

  • Page 218

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Specifying the Finish tab settings Stapling Multiple-page documents can be stapled. Reminder The staple function is available only when the optional finisher is installed. Click the Finish tab. Select the “Staple” check box. From the drop-down list, specify the number of staples and the sta- pling position.

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    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Specifying the center staple and fold setting You can specify to center staple and fold a printed document. By specifying the center staple and fold setting, printed documents can be folded in half and stapled. Reminder The center staple and fold function is available only when optional finisher FS-608 is installed.

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    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Folding You can specify to fold a printed document. Reminder The fold function is available only when optional finisher FS-608 is in- stalled. Click the Finish tab. Select the “Fold” check box. From the drop-down list, specify the folding condition. Note The fold function cannot be specified when the staple, punch, or saddle stitch function is specified.

  • Page 221

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Specifying the Cover Mode tab settings Printing documents with a front cover/back cover Click the Cover Mode tab. Select the “Front Cover” and “Back Cover” check boxes. From the “Front Cover” and “Back Cover” drop-down lists, select the desired print settings.

  • Page 222

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Note The Front Cover from Post Inserter function and the Back Cover from Post Inserter function are available only when an optional post inserter is installed. The Front Cover from Post Inserter function and the Back Cover from Post Inserter function cannot be specified when the Front Cover function and the Back Cover function are specified.

  • Page 223

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) A new row for specifying the print settings is added to “Settings List”. Select the row that was added to the list, and then specify the print set- tings in “Add/Edit”. – Page Number: Enters the page number. When entering multiple page numbers, separate the page numbers with commas such as “2, 4, 6”...

  • Page 224

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Note To change existing print settings, select the desired row and change the settings. To delete existing print settings, select the desired row, and then click the [Delete] button. Click the [Up] button or the [Down] button to change the page number starting with the smallest page number.

  • Page 225

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Specifying the Stamp/Composition tab settings Printing a watermark You can print specific text in the background as a watermark. Click the Stamp/Composition tab. Select the “Watermark” check box. From the list, select the watermark that you want to print. Detail For Windows Vista x64, the watermark function cannot be specified when the following functions are specified at the same time.

  • Page 226

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Editing a watermark You can change the fonts and position of the watermark and you can register a new one. Click the Stamp/Composition tab. Select the “Watermark” check box. Click the [Edit] button under “Watermark”. The Edit Watermark dialog box appears.

  • Page 227

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) – Frame: Specifies the frame style. – Text Color: Specifies the watermark text color. – Sharing: Specifies whether to register the watermark as public or private. – Transparent: Prints the watermark as a transparent image. –...

  • Page 228

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Select the “Print in Overlay” check box. From the list, select the overlay that you want to print. Click the [Edit] button under “Print in Overlay”. The Edit Print In Overlay dialog box appears. C550 6-31...

  • Page 229

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Specify the overlay printing method. – Pages: Specifies the pages to print. – Overwrite: Specifies the sequence for printing the overlay on top of the original document. Click the [OK] button. The Stamp/Composition tab appears again. Click the [OK] button.

  • Page 230

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Creating an overlay file Create the overlay file data using any application. From the [File] menu, select “Print”. Select this machine in “Printer Name”, and then click the [Properties] button or the [Preferences] button. Click the Stamp/Composition tab.

  • Page 231

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Specify the storage location for the overlay file, enter the file name in the “File Name” box, and then enter the overlay name or a comment in the “Overlay Name” text box. Click the [Save] button. Instead of executing a print, the overlay file is saved and is added to the list to be used for the next operation.

  • Page 232

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Registering an overlay file Click the Stamp/Composition tab. Click the [Edit] button under “Print in Overlay”. The Edit Print In Overlay dialog box appears. Click the [Browse Files] button to open the overlay file. The overlay file is added to the “Select Overlay File”...

  • Page 233

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Printing with copy protection You can print a special pattern on an entire page while printing. When copying a printed page, the characters embedded in the pattern ap- pear to prevent an illegal copy. Click the Stamp/Composition tab.

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    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) – Serial Number: Embeds the serial number of this machine in a pat- tern. – Distribution Control Number: Embeds the number of copies in a pattern when printing multiple copies. By clicking the [Edit] button under “Start Number”, you can specify the start number or the dis- play type.

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    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Printing the date and page numbers You can print the date and page numbers on a document. Click the Stamp/Composition tab. Select the “Date/Time” or the “Page Number” check box. The “Date/Time” and “Page Number” check boxes can be selected at the same time.

  • Page 236

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Printing a header and a footer Click the Stamp/Composition tab. Select the “Header/Footer” check box. From the drop-down list, select the Header/Footer setting. – To specify the header and the footer details, continue with step 4. Click the [Edit] button under “Header/Footer”.

  • Page 237

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Specifying the Quality tab settings Adjusting the color and quality Click the Quality tab. Specify settings for the following: Select Color Quality Adjustment Color Settings Resolution Glossy Mode C550 Specifies the color for printing. Full Color: Prints in color.

  • Page 238: Controlling The Color Profile

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Controlling the color profile You can add or delete the ICC profile that can be selected when adjusting the details of the image. Click the Quality tab. Click the [Quality Adjustment] button. The Quality Adjustment dialog box appears. Click the [Manage Profile] button.

  • Page 239

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Click the tab and select the color profile type. From the Available Profile list, select the profile to be used, and then click the [Add] button. – To add a profile to the current driver settings, click the [New] button, and then enter the file name in the “File Name”...

  • Page 240

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Font Settings You can replace the TrueType fonts used in Windows with the printer fonts of this machine. Click the Quality tab. Click the [Font Settings] button. Specify settings for the following: – Download Font Format: Selects the TrueType font downloading method.

  • Page 241

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Specifying the Other tab settings Excel Job Control Check Driver Version Note The “Excel Job Control ”setting cannot be used with Windows XP Pro- fessional x64 or Windows Server 2003 x64. The “Excel Job Control” setting can only be changed when the printer driver dialog box is displayed from the Printers window (for Windows XP/ Server 2003, Printers and Faxes window).

  • Page 242: Selecting A Model Name And An Option, Specifying The Configure Tab Settings

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Specifying the Configure tab settings Selecting a model name and an option The functions of this machine can be used from the printer driver if the model name, the installed options, and the user authentication and account track functions are specified.

  • Page 243

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) – If “Printers and Faxes” does not appear in the Start menu in Win- dows XP/Server 2003, open the Control Panel from the Start menu, select “Printers and Other Hardware”, and then select “Printers and Faxes”.

  • Page 244

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Select the desired tray in “Paper Tray Information”, and then specify the paper size, paper orientation, and paper type. Click the [OK] button. Note The paper type for a paper tray can also be specified from the Basic tab. For details, refer to “Specifying the Basic tab settings”...

  • Page 245

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Select the “Encrypt. Passphrase” check box. Enter the encryption passphrase in the “Encrypt. Passphrase” text box. Starting up a software tool You can start up tools such as PageScope Web Connection that can be used by this machine.

  • Page 246: Specifying The Default Settings, Specifying The Settings Tab Settings

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) 6.10 Specifying the Settings tab settings Specifying the default settings You can change the default settings for displaying the confirmation messag- es or the dialog box for entering the authentication settings. For Windows 2000, click the [Start] button, point to “Settings”, and then click “Printers”.

  • Page 247

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Specify settings for the following: – Display Constraint Message: Specifies whether to display a mes- sage when functions that cannot be specified at the same time were enabled from the printer driver. – Display paper set in Print Server Properties: Specifies whether to use the paper that was added in [Server Properties] of the printer folder.

  • Page 248

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) 6.11 Saving the driver settings You can save the setting values of the changed driver and recall them as necessary. Saving the driver settings Change the driver settings from the Basic tab and the Layout tab. Click the [Add] button next to the “Favorite Setting”...

  • Page 249

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Specify settings for the following: – Name: Enters the specified registration name. – Icon: Specifies the icon. The settings can be registered even if the icon is not specified. – Sharing: Specifies whether to register the specified file as public or private.

  • Page 250

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Recalling the settings You can select the settings to recall from the “Favorite Setting” drop-down list on the Printing Preferences dialog box. The setting values are recalled, and the settings for the printer driver are changed.

  • Page 251

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Click the [Option] button, select the check box of the function that you want to recall, and then click the [OK] button. Click the [OK] button. Note The specified settings of the driver functions cannot be changed. C550 6-54...

  • Page 252

    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Importing and exporting the driver settings You can also save (export) or read (import) the settings that were specified to a file. This comes in handy when you want to use the same settings on an- other computer.

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    Setting up the PostScript driver (Windows) Note To read the specified file that was saved in the “Favorite Setting” drop- down list, click the [Import] button and specify the file. C550 6-56...

  • Page 254: Page Setup Dialog Box, Settings

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS 9.2) Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS 9.2) Settings The functions of this machine can be specified on the Page Setup and Print dialog boxes displayed from an application. The settings can only be applied while using the application. When the ap- plication is exited, the settings return to their defaults.

  • Page 255: Print Dialog Box

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS 9.2) Menu Item Custom Page Paper Size Sizes Margins Custom Page Size Name Units Note Depending on the application, “Page Setup” may be displayed as “Paper Setup”. In addition, you may have to select “Paper Setup” – “Options” from the “File”...

  • Page 256

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS 9.2) Menu Item Color Matching Print Color Intent Printer Profile Background Print in Printing Print Time Save as File Format PostScript Level Data Format Font Inclusion Font Settings Font Documentation Font Downloading Layout Pages per sheet Layout direction Border...

  • Page 257

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS 9.2) Menu Item Finishing Op- Fold tions 2 Front Cover Front Cover Tray Back Cover Back Cover Tray PI Front Cover PI Back Cover Finishing Op- Transparency Interleave tions 3 Interleave Tray Output Method Resolution Select Color Glossy Mode...

  • Page 258: Page Setup, Page Attributes (basic Settings)

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS 9.2) Page Setup Page Attributes (basic settings) Select “Page Setup” or “Paper Setup” from the [File] menu. Select “Page Attributes”. Specify settings for the following: – Paper: Specifies the paper size. – Orientation: Specifies the orientation. –...

  • Page 259: Custom Page Sizes

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS 9.2) Custom Page Sizes Select “Page Setup” or “Paper Setup” from the [File] menu. Select “Custom Page Sizes”. Click the [New] button. Specify settings for the following: – Paper Size: Specifies the paper size. –...

  • Page 260: Postscript Options

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS 9.2) PostScript Options Select “Page Setup” or “Paper Setup” from the [File] menu. Select “PostScript Options”. Specify settings for the following: – Visual Effects: Provides “Flip Horizontal”, “Flip Vertical”, and “Invert Image” (negative image). –...

  • Page 261: Printing, General (basic Settings)

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS 9.2) Printing General (basic settings) From the [File] menu, select “Print”. Select “General”. Specify settings for the following: – Copies: Specifies the number of copies to print. – Collated: Prints multiple copies in sets. –...

  • Page 262: Layout (printing Multiple Pages On One Page)

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS 9.2) Layout (printing multiple pages on one page) You can specify to print multiple pages on one page. From the [File] menu, select “Print”. Select “Layout”. Specify settings for the following: – Pages per sheet: Specifies the number of pages to print on one page.

  • Page 263: Printer Specific Options (finishing Options 1 To 5)

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS 9.2) Printer specific options (Finishing Options 1 to 5) You can specify printer-specific options. You can specify these options when using the staple or hole punch functions of this machine. From the [File] menu, select “Print”. Select “Finishing Options 1 to 5”.

  • Page 264

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS 9.2) – Color Settings (Graphic): Adjusts the color quality of a chart and graph in a document to the text or photo settings. – Smoothing (Graphic): Adjusts the smoothing process of a chart and graph in a document to the text or photo settings.

  • Page 265: Setting Options

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS 9.2) Setting options You can specify the options installed on this machine so that they can be used from the printer driver. Reminder If the installed options on this machine are not set from “Installable Op- tions”, the option function cannot be used with the printer driver.

  • Page 266

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Settings The functions of this machine can be specified on the Page Setup and Print dialog boxes recalled from the application. The settings can only be applied while using the application. When the ap- plication is quit, the settings return to their default settings.

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    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Note Depending on the application, “Page Setup” may be displayed as “Paper Setup”. In addition, you may have to select “Paper Setup” – “Options” from the “File” menu. The dialog boxes differ depending on the application. The items indicated by *2 are displayed only in Mac OS 10.2 and Mac OS 10.3.

  • Page 268

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Menu Paper Handling ColorSync Cover Page Error Handling Output Method Layout/Finish C550 Item Function Reverse Page Order Prints pages in the reverse order. (Page Order) Print Selects the pages for printing. Destination paper Specifies the output paper size.

  • Page 269

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Menu Paper Tray/Out- put Tray Cover Mode/ Transparency In- terleave Per Page Setting Stamp/Composi- tion Quality Note The dialog boxes differ depending on the application. The items indicated by *1 are displayed only in Mac OS 10.3 and Mac OS 10.4.

  • Page 270: Common Settings In The Print Dialog Box

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Common settings in the Print dialog box The following describes the common settings that are displayed by the spe- cific operations (Output Method, Layout/Finish, Paper Tray/Output Tray, Cover Mode/Transparency Interleave, and Per Page Setting) for this ma- chine.

  • Page 271

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Note Click the [Acquire Device Information] button on the Printer Information dialog box to communicate with this machine and read the status of the settings specified on this machine. You cannot use this function if you are not connected to or able to communicate with this machine.

  • Page 272: Page Attributes (basic Settings), Page Setup

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Page Setup Page Attributes (basic settings) Select “Page Setup” or “Paper Setup” from the [File] menu. Select “Page Attributes”. Specify settings for the following: – Paper Size: Specifies the paper size. – Orientation: Specifies the orientation.

  • Page 273

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) [Wide Paper] in the control panel. Select “A4W”. Enter the A3 paper size (420.0 × 297.0) in [Change Size]. Custom Page Sizes Select “Page Setup” or “Paper Setup” from the [File] menu. For Mac OS 10.4, select “Manage Custom Sizes”...

  • Page 274: General Settings, Printing

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Printing General settings From the [File] menu, select “Print”. Select “Copies & Pages”. Specify settings for the following: – Copies: Specifies the number of copies to print. – Collated: Prints multiple copies in sets. –...

  • Page 275: Output Method

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Output Method Collate: Prints multiple copies in sets. Offset: Specifies offset. Output Method: Specifies the output method. For details, refer to “Selecting the output method” on page 8-11. User Authentication: Performs user authentication. For details, refer to “Specifying the user authentication settings”...

  • Page 276

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Selecting the output method Not only can you print directly, but you can select “Secure Print”, which re- quires a password to print, or “Save in User Box”, which saves data in the boxes that were created on the HDD.

  • Page 277

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Note By selecting the “Save Settings” check box, the specified settings are saved. In addition, if the “Do not show this window when setting” check box is selected, the dialog box does not appear when the function is specified.

  • Page 278

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Note By selecting the “Save Settings” check box, the specified settings are saved. In addition, if the “Do not show this window when setting” check box is selected, the dialog box does not appear when the function is specified.

  • Page 279

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Specifying the user authentication settings If the user authentication settings have been specified on this machine, you must enter a user name and password. Reminder If a job is printed using a user name or password that is not a registered account on this machine, or if a job is printed without selecting a user un- der “User Authentication”, the operation is not authenticated by this ma- chine and the job is canceled.

  • Page 280

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Note If this machine has been set to permit public users, the machine can be used without a user name and password. If performing user authentication on a server, the server settings must be specified.

  • Page 281: Checking The Output Method Setting Details

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Enter the department name and password. Click the [OK] button. Note By selecting the “Save Settings” check box, the specified settings are saved. In addition, if the “Do not show this window when setting” check box is selected, the dialog box does not appear when the function is specified.

  • Page 282

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Secure Print: Displays the Secure Print dialog box for entering an ID and password. This is the same dialog box that appears when “Secure Print” is specified from the “Output Method” drop-down list. Save in User Box: Displays the Save in User Box dialog box for entering a file name and box number.

  • Page 283

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Administrator Settings: Displays the dialog box in which you can change the display of the authentication setting dialog box or in which you can change the encryption passphrase. Popup Authentication Dialog when printing: Displays the User Authentication dialog box or the Account Track dialog box when a print job is specified to enter a user name or a department name.

  • Page 284: Layout/finish

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Layout/Finish You can switch between the Layout dialog box and the Finish dialog box. C550 8-19...

  • Page 285

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Print Type: Specifies duplex printing and booklet printing. Binding Position: Specifies the binding position. Poster Mode: Prints one page of an original document divided on multiple pages. Overlap width line: Prints an overlap width line on split pages. This setting can be specified when “Poster Mode”...

  • Page 286

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Reminder When printing a job that contains pages of different sizes and orientations with the “Poster Mode” setting specified, images may be missing or over- lapping when the document is printed. The staple function is available only when the optional finisher is installed. The hole punch function is available only when the punch kit is installed on the optional finisher.

  • Page 287

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Shifting images The entire print image of a document is shifted and then printed. You can use this function when you want to adjust the print position. Select the “Image Shift” check box. Select the shift direction and set the values.

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    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Chapters You can specify the page you want to print on the front side when duplex printing or booklet printing. Even if a specified page comes up to be printed on the back side in duplex printing or booklet printing, the specified page is moved and printed on the front side.

  • Page 289: Checking The Layout/finish Setting Details

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Checking the Layout/Finish setting details By clicking the [Detail Settings] button, the “Layout/Finish” functions for which detailed settings have been specified are shown. The settings can be shown by clicking the [Expand All] button. By selecting a function and clicking the [Settings] button, the dialog box for specifying the detailed settings for the selected function appears.

  • Page 290: Paper Tray/output Tray

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Paper Tray/Output Tray Paper Tray: Selects the paper tray for printing. Paper Type: Selects the paper type for printing. This setting can be specified when the paper tray setting is set to “Auto”. Paper Settings for Each Tray: Specifies the paper type for each paper tray.

  • Page 291

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Specifying the paper type for a paper tray You can specify the paper type for a paper tray. Click the [Paper Settings for Each Tray] button. The dialog box for setting the detailed settings appears. Select the desired paper tray, and then select the paper type to be specified from the “Paper Type”...

  • Page 292: Cover Mode/transparency Interleave

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Cover Mode/Transparency Interleave You can switch between the Cover Mode dialog box and the Transparency Interleave dialog box. C550 8-27...

  • Page 293

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Front Cover: Attaches a front cover page. Select this check box, and then se- lect the print conditions from the upper drop-down list, and the paper tray that contains the loaded paper to be used from the lower drop-down list. Back Cover: Attaches a back cover page.

  • Page 294

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Per Page Setting You can specify the print type and paper tray for each page. This comes in handy when you want to change the paper tray during a print job when print- ing multiple pages.

  • Page 295: Adding And Editing The Settings In Per Page Setting

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Adding and editing the settings in Per Page Setting Select the “Per Page Setting” check box. Click the [Add] button to add a new setting to the list. To edit the list, select the desired name in the list, and then click the [Edit] button.

  • Page 296

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Note To change existing print settings, select the desired row and change the settings. To delete existing print settings, select the desired row, and then click the [Delete] button. Click the [+] button or the [,] button to change the page number starting with the smallest page number.

  • Page 297: Stamp/composition, Printing With Copy Protection

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Stamp/Composition Copy Protect: Prints a special pattern to prevent copying. Date/Time: Prints the date and time. Page Number: Prints the page number. Header/Footer: Prints a header and a footer. Printing with copy protection You can print a special pattern on an entire page while printing.

  • Page 298

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Specify the copy protection type and the position. Multiple print items can be specified. – Characters: Embeds the selected character string in a pattern. A preregistered character string (common stamp) or a character string registered on this machine (registered stamp) can be speci- fied.

  • Page 299

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Select the composition method for copy protection. Select “Copy Protect” to specify the desired results when copying, or simply select “Repeatable Stamp”. In addition, you can select the embedding conditions. – Pattern: Specifies the embedding method of a pattern. –...

  • Page 300: Printing The Date And Time

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Printing the date and time You can print the date and time on a document. Select the “Date/Time” check box. The Date/Time dialog box appears. Specify the format and print position for the date and time. –...

  • Page 301: Printing The Page Numbers

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Printing the page numbers You can print the page numbers on a document. Select the “Page Number” check box. The Page Number dialog box appears. Specify the format and print position for the printing the page number. –...

  • Page 302

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Printing a header and a footer You can print a header and a footer on a document. Select the “Header/Footer” check box. The Header/Footer dialog box appears. Specify the print settings and pages for the header and the footer. –...

  • Page 303: Quality

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) 8.10 Quality Select Color: Specifies whether to print in color or grayscale. Glossy Mode: Prints with a gloss. Color Settings: Prints with a quality suitable for the selected original docu- ment. Document: Prints with a quality suitable for documents with many charac- ters.

  • Page 304

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Controlling the color profile You can add or delete the color profiles that can be selected from Quality Ad- justment. Click the [Quality Adjustment] button. The Quality Adjustment dialog box appears. Click the [Manage Profile] button. The Color Profile Management dialog box appears.

  • Page 305

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Select the color profile type from the drop-down list. From the Available Profile list, select the profile to be used, and then click the [Add] button. – To add a profile to the current driver settings, click the [New] button, and then enter the file name in the “File Name”...

  • Page 306

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) 8.11 Setting options You can specify the options installed on this machine so that they can be used from the printer driver. Reminder If the installed options on this machine are not set from “Installable Op- tions”, the option function cannot be used with the printer driver.

  • Page 307

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) 8.12 Saving the driver settings For Mac OS X drivers, you can save the setting values of the changed driver and recall them as necessary. Saving the driver settings Change the driver settings in “Copies & Pages” and “Layout”. From “Presets”, click “Save as”.

  • Page 308: Changing The Settings

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) Changing the settings Select “Presets” from the Print dialog box to change the settings. Change the driver settings in “Copies & Pages” and “Layout”. From “Presets”, click “Save”. To delete, click “Delete”. To change the name, click “Rename”. The preset settings are changed.

  • Page 309

    Setting up the PPD driver (Mac OS X) C550 8-44...

  • Page 310: Print Settings In Utility Mode, Default Settings, To Display The User Settings Screen

    Various settings Various settings Print settings in Utility mode You can change the settings of the printer functions in this machine’s control panel. Default settings To display the User Settings screen Press the [Utility/Coun- ter] key. Touch [2 User Settings]. C550...

  • Page 311: Pdl Setting

    Various settings The User Settings screen appears. Note An item can also be selected by pressing the key in the keypad for the number beside the desired button. For [2 User Settings], press the [2] key in the keypad. To quit specifying the Utility mode settings, press the [Utility/Counter] key.

  • Page 312

    Various settings In the User Settings screen, touch [5 Printer Settings]. Touch [1 Basic Settings]. Touch [PDL Setting]. C550...

  • Page 313: Number Of Copies

    Various settings Touch the button for the desired setting. Number of Copies You can specify the default number of copies when no setting has been specified from the printer driver. (Default setting: 1) Detail For details on displaying the User Settings screen, refer to “To display the User Settings screen”...

  • Page 314: Original Direction

    Various settings Press the [C] (clear) key to erase the value, and then use the keypad to type in the default number of copies (between 1 and 9999 sets). – If a value outside of the allowable range is specified, the message “Input Error”...

  • Page 315: Spool Setting

    Various settings Touch [Original Direction]. Touch the button for the desired setting. Spool setting You can specify whether or not a spool is used. (Default setting: ON) ON: When the next job is received while processing a job, the print data is stored in the HDD.

  • Page 316: Paper Size Change

    Various settings In the User Settings screen, touch [5 Printer Settings]. Touch [1 Basic Setting]. Touch [Spool Print Jobs in HDD before RIP]. Touch the button for the desired setting. Paper size change You can specify whether similar paper sizes 8-1/2 × 11 and A4, and 11 × 17 and A3 are substituted for each other when there is no paper of the size specified with the printer driver.

  • Page 317: Banner Sheet Setting

    Various settings Detail For details on displaying the User Settings screen, refer to “To display the User Settings screen” on page 9-1. In the User Settings screen, touch [5 Printer Settings]. Touch [1 Basic Setting]. Touch [A4/A3⇔LTR/LGR Auto Switch]. Touch the button for the desired setting. Banner Sheet Setting You can specify whether to print banner pages (cover pages) with the sender of the print job and title.

  • Page 318

    Various settings Detail For details on displaying the User Settings screen, refer to “To display the User Settings screen” on page 9-1. In the User Settings screen, touch [5 Printer Settings]. Touch [1 Basic Setting]. Touch [↑] or [↓], and then touch [Banner Sheet Setting]. Touch the button for the desired setting.

  • Page 319: Binding Direction Adjustment

    Various settings Binding Direction Adjustment You can specify whether to adjust the binding position for duplex printing. (Default setting: Finishing Priority) If you want to increase the print efficiency, select “Productivity Priority”. If the desired binding position and width cannot be achieved, select “Finishing Pri- ority”.

  • Page 320: Line Width Adjustment

    Various settings Touch the button for the desired setting. Line Width Adjustment You can adjust the line width to make fine lines and small characters easy to see. (Default setting: Thin) - Thin: Prints sharp characters and lines. Elaborately reproduces the de- tails of the characters and graphics.

  • Page 321: Paper Tray

    Various settings Touch [↑] or [↓] to switch the page, and then touch [Line Width Adjust- ment]. Touch the button for the desired setting. Paper Tray You can specify the input tray to use when none has been specified from the printer driver.

  • Page 322

    Various settings Touch [2 Paper Setting]. Touch [Paper Tray]. Touch the button of the desired paper tray. – To select the paper tray automatically, touch [Auto]. Touch [OK]. C550 9-13...

  • Page 323: Paper Size

    Various settings Paper Size You can specify the paper size to use when no setting has been specified from the printer driver. (Default setting: 8-1/2 × 11) Note For details on displaying the User Settings screen, refer to “To display the User Settings screen”...

  • Page 324: Sided Print

    Various settings 2-Sided Print You can specify the default duplex printing setting. (Default setting: OFF) Detail For details on displaying the User Settings screen, refer to “To display the User Settings screen” on page 9-1. In the User Settings screen, touch [5 Printer Settings]. Touch [2 Paper Setting].

  • Page 325: Binding Position

    Various settings Binding Position You can specify the default binding position for duplex printing. (Default set- ting: Left Bind) Detail For details on displaying the User Settings screen, refer to “To display the User Settings screen” on page 9-1. In the User Settings screen, touch [5 Printer Settings]. Touch [2 Paper Setting].

  • Page 326: Staple

    Various settings Staple You can specify the staple settings. (Default setting: OFF) Detail For details on displaying the User Settings screen, refer to “To display the User Settings screen” on page 9-1. In the User Settings screen, touch [5 Printer Settings]. Touch [2 Paper Setting].

  • Page 327: Punch

    Various settings Punch You can specify the hole punching settings. (Default setting: OFF) Detail For details on displaying the User Settings screen, refer to “To display the User Settings screen” on page 9-1. In the User Settings screen, touch [5 Printer Settings]. Touch [2 Paper Setting].

  • Page 328: Banner Paper Tray

    Various settings Banner Paper Tray You can specify the paper tray to be used for banner page printing. (Default setting: Auto) Detail For details on displaying the User Settings screen, refer to “To display the User Settings screen” on page 9-1. In the User Settings screen, touch [5 Printer Settings].

  • Page 329

    Various settings Font Settings You can specify the font to use when no setting has been specified from the printer driver. (Default setting: Courier) Detail For details on displaying the User Settings screen, refer to “To display the User Settings screen” on page 9-1. In the User Settings screen, touch [5 Printer Settings].

  • Page 330

    Various settings Touch [Resident Font]. – If downloaded fonts are available, [Download Font] can also be se- lected. Touch the button for the desired setting. – Touch [↑] or [↓] to switch the pages, and then touch the button for the desired setting.

  • Page 331: Symbol Set

    Various settings Symbol Set You can specify the font symbol set to use when no setting has been spec- ified from the printer driver. (Default setting: Depends on the location.) Detail For details on displaying the User Settings screen, refer to “To display the User Settings screen”...

  • Page 332: Font Size

    Various settings Font Size You can specify the font size to use when no setting has been specified from the printer driver. (Default settings: Scalable Font - 12.00 point; Bitmap Font - 10.00 pitch) Scalable Font: Specifies the font size in points. Bitmap Font: Specifies the width of the fixed-width font in pitches.

  • Page 333: Line/page

    Various settings Press the [C] (clear) key to erase the value, and then use the keypad to type in the default font size (Scalable Font: between 4.00 and 999.75 points; Bitmap Font: between 0.44 and 99.00 pitches). – If a value outside of the allowable range is specified, the message “Input Error”...

  • Page 334: Cr/lf Mapping

    Various settings Touch [4 Line/Page]. Press the [C] (clear) key to erase the value, and then use the keypad to type in the default number of lines (between 5 and 128). – If a value outside of the allowable range is specified, the message “Input Error”...

  • Page 335

    Various settings Detail For details on displaying the User Settings screen, refer to “To display the User Settings screen” on page 9-1. In the User Settings screen, touch [5 Printer Settings]. Touch [3 PCL Settings]. Touch [5 CR/LF Mapping]. Select [Yes] or [No]. If [Yes] is selected, be sure to also touch the button for the desired setting.

  • Page 336: Print Ps Errors

    Various settings Print PS Errors You can specify whether to print the error message when an error occurs during PS rasterization. (Default setting: OFF) Detail For details on displaying the User Settings screen, refer to “To display the User Settings screen” on page 9-1. In the User Settings screen, touch [5 Printer Settings].

  • Page 337: Icc Profile Settings

    Various settings Touch the button for the desired setting. ICC Profile Settings You can specify the profiles to use when no setting has been specified from the printer driver. Detail For details on displaying the User Settings screen, refer to “To display the User Settings screen”...

  • Page 338: Verify Xps Digital Signature

    Various settings Touch the desired setting. Touch the profile name for the desired setting. Verify XPS Digital Signature You can specify whether to verify a digital signature when XPS printing. If verification is specified as “ON”, printing cannot be performed if the name is invalid.

  • Page 339

    Various settings Touch [5 XPS Settings]. Touch [Verify XPS Digital Signature]. Touch the button for the desired setting. Detail If an error in the verification of a signature occurs, and if the print infor- mation setting is enabled under Print XPS Errors, the error information will be printed.

  • Page 340: Print Reports

    Various settings Print Reports You can output the following four types of reports. The report output method here is explained in the PCL font list. Configuration Page: Outputs a list of this machine’s settings. Demo Page: Outputs a test page. PCL Font List: Outputs the PCL font list.

  • Page 341

    Various settings Touch the button for the desired paper tray and touch [1-Sided] or [2- Sided]. To print a report, touch [Start] or press the [Start] key. C550 9-32...

  • Page 342: Print Settings In Administrator Mode, To Display The Administrator Settings Screen

    Various settings Print settings in Administrator mode To display the Administrator Settings screen Press the [Utility/Coun- ter] key. Touch [3 Administrator Settings]. C550 9-33...

  • Page 343

    Various settings Enter the password, and then touch [OK]. – In the Utility mode, an item can also be selected by pressing the key in the keypad for the number beside the desired button. For [3 Ad- ministrator Settings], press the [3] key in the keypad. –...

  • Page 344: Print/fax Output Setting

    Various settings Print/Fax Output Setting You can specify whether to print data after it is received or to print it simul- taneously as it is being received. You can specify this function for the printer and for faxing. (Default settings: Printer - Page Print;...

  • Page 345: Output Tray Setting

    Various settings Touch [Print] or [Fax]. The buttons for the available settings appear. Touch the button for the desired setting. The timing the data is printed is set. Note If “Batch Print” is selected, printing starts when all the data is received and the print job is queued.

  • Page 346: To Delete Secure Print Documents

    Various settings In the Output Settings screen, touch [2 Output Tray Settings]. The Output Tray Settings screen appears. Touch the button for the desired setting. The output tray is set. To delete secure print documents All saved secure print documents can be deleted. In the Administrator Settings screen, touch [1 System Settings].

  • Page 347: To Specify The Secure Document Delete Time

    Various settings To delete the secure print documents, touch [Yes]. Touch [OK]. To specify the secure document delete time The length of time for deleting a secure document after it is saved can be specified. In the Administrator Settings screen, touch [1 System Settings]. In the System Settings screen, touch [0 User Box Settings].

  • Page 348: Printing Without Specifying The Authentication Setting

    Various settings Select [Yes] or [No]. If [Yes] is selected, be sure to also select the time until the secure document is deleted. Touch [OK]. Printing without specifying the authentication setting You can specify whether to allow print jobs without a specified user name or password to be printed when this machine is performing User Authentication or Account Track.

  • Page 349: I/f Timeout

    Various settings Detail To display the Administrator Settings screen, refer to “To display the Ad- ministrator Settings screen” on page 9-33. Even if “Allow” or “Restrict” is specified, a job is not printed and it is can- celed if the user name or password, or department name or password that is specified to the job is incorrect.

  • Page 350: Print Xps Errors

    Various settings In the Printer Settings screen, touch the button of the desired interface setting. Press the [C] (clear) key to erase the value, and then use the keypad to type in the default length of time (between 10 and 1000 seconds). –...

  • Page 351: Print Data Capture

    Various settings In the Administrator Setting screen, touch [7 Printer Setting]. Touch [Print XPS Errors]. Touch the button for the desired setting. Touch [OK]. Print Data Capture You can specify whether to allow or prohibit data capturing of a print job. (Default setting: Allow) Detail To display the Administrator Settings screen, refer to “To display the Ad-...

  • Page 352: Driver Password Encryption Setting

    Various settings In the Security Settings screen, touch [4 Security Details]. In the Security Details screen, touch [Print Data Capture]. The buttons for the available settings appear. Touch the button for the desired setting. The capturing of a print job is either allowed or prohibited. Note For details on capturing a print job, consult a service technician.

  • Page 353

    Various settings Note To display the Administrator Settings screen, refer to “To display the Ad- ministrator Settings screen” on page 9-33. Encryption can be performed with an encryption common key, however, the passwords that can be used are the user password, account pass- word, and the secured document password.

  • Page 354

    Various settings If “User-Defined” was selected, enter 20 characters for the encryption password, and then touch [OK]. – Consecutive encryption passwords with the same characters are invalid. Reenter the encryption password, and then touch [OK]. The encryption password is specified. C550 9-45...

  • Page 355: Print Job Management, Specifying Job Operations, Specifying Settings (for Windows)

    Konica Minolta PCL Printer Driver for Windows Konica Minolta PostScript Printer Driver for Windows Konica Minolta PostScript PPD Printer Driver for Mac OS X Specifying settings (for Windows) Click the [Properties] button on the Print dialog box to open the printer driver setup dialog box.

  • Page 356

    Various settings For details, refer to “Selecting the output method” on page 5-10 and page 6-10. C550 9-47...

  • Page 357: Specifying Settings (for Mac Os X)

    Various settings Specifying settings (for Mac OS X) From the [File] menu, select “Print”. Select “Output Method”. From the “Output Method” drop-down list, select the output method. – Print: Prints immediately. – Secure Print: Enters the ID and password in the dialog box that ap- pears and saves the print document in “Secure Print User Box”...

  • Page 358: Job Storage, Recalling Jobs (proof Print)

    Various settings Job storage When “Output Method” in the printer driver is selected, a print document can be stored in this machine as a print job. To print a stored job, you must recall the job using this machine’s control panel.

  • Page 359

    Various settings With [Current Jobs] displayed, touch [Release Held Job]. The Release Held Job screen appears. From the job list, select the job you want to print. – To print the remaining jobs, skip to step 7. – To check the print results again, continue to step 4. –...

  • Page 360: Recalling Jobs (secure Print)

    Various settings Change the printing conditions on the Change Settings screen, and then touch [OK]. The Release Held Job screen appears again. Touch [OK] or press the [Start] key in the control panel. – To cancel printing the job, touch [Cancel]. The stored job is changed to an active job, then printed.

  • Page 361: When "confidental Document Access Method" Is Set To Mode 1"

    Various settings When “Confidental Document Access Method” is set to “Mode 1” Press the [Box] key in this machine’s control panel, and then touch [Use Document]. Select [System User Box], then [Secure Print User Box], and then touch [OK]. C550 9-52...

  • Page 362

    Various settings Type in the ID for the secure print document, and then touch [OK]. Type in the password for the secure print document, and then touch [OK]. If the specified ID and password match, the secure print document list appears.

  • Page 363

    Various settings Select the document to be printed, and then touch [Print]. – The contents and a preview of the document can be checked by touching [Document Details]. If necessary, change the print conditions. Touch [Start] or press the [Start] key in the control panel. –...

  • Page 364: When "confidental Document Access Method" Is Set To Mode 2"

    Various settings When “Confidental Document Access Method” is set to “Mode 2” Press the [Box] key in this machine’s control panel, and then touch [Use Document]. Select [System User Box], and touch [Secure Print User Box], and then touch [OK]. Type in the ID for the secure print document, and then touch [OK].

  • Page 365

    Various settings If the specified ID matches, the secure print document list appears. Select the document to be printed, and then touch [Enter Password]. – The contents and a preview of the document can be checked by touching [Document Details]. Type in the password for the secure print document, and then touch [OK].

  • Page 366

    Various settings Select the document to be printed, and then touch [Print]. If necessary, change the print conditions. – If “Prohibit Functions when Auth. Error” in Administrator mode is set to “Mode 2” and an incorrect document password is entered the specified number of times, the selected document is locked.

  • Page 367: Recalling Jobs (save In User Box)

    Various settings Recalling jobs (Save in User Box) “Save in User Box” and “Save in User Box and Print” jobs are saved in a box of the specified number. To print a document saved in a box, open the specified box to remove the document.

  • Page 368

    Various settings – If a password is not specified to a box, skip to step 4. Type in the password for the box, and then touch [OK]. The specified box document list appears. Select the document to be printed, and then touch [Print]. C550 9-59...

  • Page 369: Printing With This Machine When User Authentication Settings Have Been Applied

    The three printer drivers that can be set on this machine are as follows: Konica Minolta PCL Printer Driver for Windows Konica Minolta PostScript Printer Driver for Windows Konica Minolta PostScript PPD Printer Driver for Mac OS X C550 9-60...

  • Page 370: Specifying Settings (for Windows)

    Various settings Note If printing is not allowed, printing cannot be performed even when used by a registered user. For the user authentication details, consult the administrator of this ma- chine. If performing user authentication with an optional authentication unit, en- ter the user name and password.

  • Page 371

    Various settings After specifying the settings, click the [OK] button to begin printing. – If the entered user name is a name registered on this machine, the job is printed and counted as a job for the specified user. Specifying settings (for Mac OS X) From the [File] menu, select “Print”.

  • Page 372: Printing With This Machine When Account Track Settings Have Been Applied

    The three printer drivers that can be set on this machine are as follows: Konica Minolta PCL Printer Driver for Windows Konica Minolta PostScript Printer Driver for Windows Konica Minolta PostScript PPD Printer Driver for Mac OS X Note If printing is not allowed, printing cannot be performed even when used by a registered account.

  • Page 373

    Various settings Specifying settings (for Windows) Click the [Properties] button or the [Preferences] button on the Print di- alog box to display the Printing Preferences dialog box. Click the Basic tab. Click the [Authentication/Account Track] button. Enter the department name and password. –...

  • Page 374

    Various settings Specifying settings (for Mac OS X) From the [File] menu, select “Print”. Select “Output Method”. Select the “Account Track” check box. Enter the department name and password. C550 9-65...

  • Page 375: Job Operations On Pagescope Web Connection

    Various settings Job operations on PageScope Web Connection From PageScope Web Connection, you can also check the status of the job being performed by this machine. For details, refer to the User’s Guide [PageScope Web Connection Opera- tions]. C550 9-66...

  • Page 376: Unable To Print

    Troubleshooting Troubleshooting 10.1 Unable to Print This chapter explains the troubleshooting procedures for possible malfunc- tions. Perform the troubleshooting procedures described below if this machine does not print after you have sent a print job. Symptom The message “No printers are connect- ed.”...

  • Page 377

    Troubleshooting Symptom The machine does not start printing although the print job was com- pleted on the compu- ter. If the problem persists after all of these procedures have been performed, read the User’s Guide [Copy Operations]. C550 Probable cause The printer driver selected for printing is not compatible with the printer controller.

  • Page 378: Unable To Specify Desired Settings Or Unable To Print As Specified

    Troubleshooting 10.2 Unable to specify desired settings or unable to print as specified Perform these troubleshooting procedures if you cannot specify the desired settings in the printer driver, or if the print results do not represent the set- tings that have been specified. Note Some of the printer driver functions cannot be combined with other func- tions.

  • Page 379

    Troubleshooting Symptom The stapling position is not as expected. The hole punch func- tion cannot be speci- fied. The pages are not punched. The hole punch posi- tion is not as expect- The overlay is not printed properly. The image is not print- ed properly.

  • Page 380: Error Message

    Troubleshooting 10.3 Error message Message Cannot connect to the network. C550 Cause and remedy A connection to the network could not be established. Check if the network cable is correctly connected. In addition, check that the Network Setting parameters on the Administrator Setting screen have been correctly specified.

  • Page 381

    Troubleshooting C550 10-6...

  • Page 382: Specifications

    Appendix Appendix 11.1 Specifications Item Model Power supply Hard disk Interface Frame type Supported protocols Print speed Fast print time Printer language Operating environment condi- tions Resolution Data processing Printing Supported paper sizes Printer fonts Compatible computers C550 Specifications Built-in printer controller Common with the main body 1024 MB 60 GB...

  • Page 383

    Appendix Item Printer driv- Konica Minolta PCL Driver (PCL driver) Konica Minolta PostScript Driver (PS driver) PostScript PPD driver (PS-PPD) Fax driver Utility MetaFrame operating environ- ment C550 Specifications Windows NT Workstation/Server Version4.0(Service Pack 6 or later) Windows 2000 Professional/Server(Service Pack 3 or later)

  • Page 384: Configuration Page

    Appendix 11.2 Configuration page C550 11-3...

  • Page 385: Font List, Pcl Font List

    Appendix 11.3 Font list PCL font list C550 11-4...

  • Page 386: Ps Font List

    Appendix PS font list C550 11-5...

  • Page 387: Demo Page

    Appendix Demo page C550 11-6...

  • Page 388: Ppd Driver (linux And Applications), Ppd Driver Types, About The Ppd Driver For Linux

    Appendix 11.4 PPD driver (Linux and applications) PPD driver types The PPD driver contains the PPD information for Mac OS 9, Linux, and ap- plications. - For Linux: Install the driver when using with Linux. (The PPD driver for Linux and the PPD driver for OpenOffice are included.) - For applications: Install the driver when using applications such as Adobe PageMaker that require the PPD driver.

  • Page 389: To Register The Ppd Driver For Openoffice, To Print With Openoffice

    In the Choose a device type dialog box, select “Add a printer”, and then click the [Next] button. In the Choose a driver dialog box, click the [Import] button. Select “KONICA MINOLTA C650 OpenOffice PPD”, and then click the [OK] button. From the “Please Select a Suitable driver.” list, select “KONICAMINOL- TA C650 OpenOffice PPD”, and then click the [Next] button.

  • Page 390: About The Ppd Driver For Applications, To Print

    Appendix About the PPD driver for applications PPD registration destination (example: Adobe PageMaker) - Adobe PageMaker 6.0 Copy the PPD file to RSR\CPPD4, which is under the folder to which PageMaker is installed. - Adobe PageMaker 6.5/7.0 Copy the PPD file to RSRC\<Language>\PPD4, which is under the folder to which PageMaker is installed.

  • Page 391: Glossary

    Appendix 11.5 Glossary Term 10Base-T/100Base-TX/ 1000Base-T ® ® Adobe Flash AppleTalk Bonjour BOOTP Brightness Byte Client CMYK Color matching Default gateway DHCP C550 Definition An Ethernet standard, which is a cable consisting of twisted copper wire pairs. The transmission speed of 10Base-T is 10 Mbps, of 100Base-TX is 100 Mbps, and of 1000Base-T is 1000 Mbps.

  • Page 392

    Appendix Term DPI (dpi) Driver Ethernet Frame type Gateway Grayscale Hard disk Host name HTTP Install IPX/SPX IP address Local printer C550 Definition Abbreviation for Domain Name System. A system that acquires the supported IP addresses from host names in a network environment. DNS allows the user to access other computers over a network by specifying host names, instead of difficult to memorize and under- stand IP addresses.

  • Page 393

    Appendix Term LPR/LPD MAC address Memory NDPS NetBIOS NetBEUI NetWare Nprinter/Rprinter OHP/OHT Outline font C550 Definition Abbreviation for Line Printer Daemon. A printer protocol that uses TCP/IP and is platform-independent. Originally developed for BSD UNIX, it has become the standard printing protocol and can be used with any general computer.

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    Appendix Term PostScript Peer-to-peer Plug-and-play Preview Printer buffer Print Job Print queue Profile Property Protocol Proxy server PServer Queue name Resolution Samba Screen font Shared printer C550 Definition A typical page-descriptive language developed by Adobe and is commonly used for high quality printing. Abbreviation for PostScript Printer Description.

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    Appendix Term SMTP SNMP Spool Subnet mask TCP/IP TrueType Touch & Print Uninstall Web browser WINS C550 Definition Abbreviation for Service Location Protocol. A protocol capable of finding services over a TCP/IP network and automatically specifying a client. Abbreviation for Server Message Block. A protocol that shares files and printers over a network and which is mainly used by Microsoft Windows.

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    Index Index 12.1 Index Account track ... 4-12 5-15 6-15 Add printer wizard ...2-7 Administrator mode ...9-33 AppleTalk ...2-25 Back cover ... 4-20 5-24 6-24 Banner paper tray ...9-19 Banner sheet setting ...9-8 Basic tab ...5-7 Bindery ...3-21 Bindery emulation ...3-21 Binding direction ...9-10 Binding margin ...5-19 Binding position...

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    Index Folding ... 4-19 5-23 6-23 Font list ...11-4 Font settings ... 5-40 Font size ...9-23 Front cover ... 4-20 5-24 6-24 General settings ...7-8 Glossy mode ... 5-39 6-40 Hole punching ... 4-18 5-22 6-22 7-10 I/F timeout ...9-40 Image compression ...5-39 Importing ...5-53 Installer ...2-4...

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    Index Paper tray ... 4-11 6-46 8-25 9-12 Paper type ...4-11 Pattern ...5-39 PCL driver ...2-1 PCL font list ...9-31 PDL setting ...9-2 Per page setting ... 4-21 5-25 Plug and play ...2-18 Port 9100 printing ...3-12 Poster mode ...4-14 PostScript ...2-1 PostScript driver ...2-1 PostScript options ...7-7...

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    Index Test printing ...4-2 Time ... 4-23 5-37 Transparency interleave ... 4-20 5-26 6-27 Troubleshooting ...10-1 Unable to print ...10-1 Unable to specify desired settings ...10-3 Uninstalling ...2-21 USB ...1-6 USB connection ...2-3 User authentication ... 4-12 5-13 6-13 User settings ...9-1 User’s guides ...x-29 Utility mode ...9-1 Various settings ...9-1...

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