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MULTIFUNCTIONAL DIGITAL SYSTEMS
Copying Guide

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  • Page 1 MULTIFUNCTIONAL DIGITAL SYSTEMS Copying Guide...
  • Page 2 ©2014 TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION All rights reserved Under the copyright laws, this manual cannot be reproduced in any form without prior written permission of TTEC.
  • Page 3: Preface

    Preface Thank you for purchasing TOSHIBA Multifunctional Digital Systems. This manual describes how to use the copying functions. Read this manual before using this equipment. Keep this manual within easy reach, and use it to configure an environment that makes the best use of the e-STUDIO’s functions.
  • Page 4  Description of original/paper direction Paper or originals of A4, B5 or LT size can be placed either in a portrait direction or in a landscape direction. In this manual, “-R” is added to this paper size when this size of paper or original is placed in a landscape direction.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS Preface............................1 Chapter 1 BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT BASIC Menu for the Copier Function ..................8 Placing Paper.......................... 11 Acceptable copy paper ......................11 Placing paper in drawers ..................... 13 Registering paper size......................16 Setting paper type ....................... 17 Placing paper in the Large Capacity Feeder (optional) ............19 Chapter 2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES Placing Originals ........................
  • Page 6 Rotate sort mode ......................... 72 Staple sort mode ......................... 73 Magazine sort / Center fold / Saddle stitch................75 Hole punch mode ........................ 78 Manual staple mode ......................80 Duplex Copying ........................82 Making a 1-sided copy......................83 Making a 2-sided copy......................84 Making a 2-sided copy from a book-type original ..............
  • Page 7 Chapter 6 TEMPLATES Templates..........................132 Displaying template menu ....................132 Using “Useful Templates” ....................133 Registering Templates ......................135 Registering templates into the public template group............135 Creating a new private group .................... 138 Registering templates into a private group ................ 140 Recalling Templates......................
  • Page 8 CONTENTS...
  • Page 9 BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT This chapter describes what you need to know before using this equipment, such as the composition of the BASIC menu for the copying functions and how to place copy paper. BASIC Menu for the Copier Function ..................8 Placing Paper..........................
  • Page 10: Basic Menu For The Copier Function

    1 BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT BASIC Menu for the Copier Function The BASIC menu for the copier function shows the following information: 1. Message indication area This shows a brief description of the functions or the current status of this equipment in message form. 2.
  • Page 11 1 BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT 1.BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT 9. [ORIGINAL MODE] button ( P.58) This is for selecting an original mode. 10.Date and time 11.[JOB STATUS] button ( P.150) This is for confirming the processing status of copy, fax, scan or print jobs, and also for viewing their performing history.
  • Page 12 10 mm (0.40") No paper Approx. 100 sheets of plain paper recommended by TOSHIBA 4. [BYPASS FEED] button ( P.36) When this button is pressed with paper set in the bypass tray, it will be selected as the paper source.
  • Page 13: Placing Paper

     Acceptable copy paper The following paper can be placed and used for copying. The values are valid only when Toshiba-recommended paper is used. For the recommended paper, refer to the Quick Start Guide.  Do not place paper with mixed sizes or types in the same drawer.
  • Page 14 *2 When the Saddle Stitch Finisher MJ-1108 (optional) is installed, the paper exits on the upper tray. *3 For making copies on the tracing paper, select “PLAIN” for the paper type. *4 For making copies on the sticker labels, select “THICK 2” for the paper type. Only Toshiba-recommended sticker labels should be used.
  • Page 15: Placing Paper In Drawers

    1 BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT 1.BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT  Placing paper in drawers Follow the procedure below to place paper in a drawer. For acceptable copy paper, see the following page:  P.11 “Acceptable copy paper” Turn the power of this equipment ON. Pull out a drawer carefully until it comes to a stop.
  • Page 16 1 BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT Confirm that there is no extra gap between the paper and the side or end guides. If the gap between the paper and the side or end guides is too big, this would result in paper misfeeding. Gap between the paper and the side guides (“A”...
  • Page 17 1 BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT 1.BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT Select the size and type of the paper placed in the drawer on the touch panel. 1) Select the paper size. 2) Select the paper type. 3) Press [OK]. Placing Paper...
  • Page 18: Registering Paper Size

    1 BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT  Registering paper size When you place paper for the first time or you replace the paper with that of a different size, you need to register the size to this equipment. Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button on the control panel.
  • Page 19: Setting Paper Type

    1 BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT 1.BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT  Setting paper type When you place any special paper other than plain paper or that not used for normal copying, you need to set the thickness and attribute into this equipment.  The thickness and attribute can be set together. ...
  • Page 20 1 BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT Press the [USER FUNCTIONS] button on the control panel. Press the [USER] tab on the touch panel to display the user setting menu, and then press [DRAWER]. Press [PAPER TYPE]. Select the paper type. 1) Select the drawer in which you placed paper. 2) Select the paper type.
  • Page 21: Placing Paper In The Large Capacity Feeder (optional)

    1 BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT 1.BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT Press [CLOSE] on the touch panel or the [USER FUNCTIONS] button on the control panel. Clearing the set paper type Press the drawer button on the menu in step 4, and then press the paper type whose setting you want to clear.
  • Page 22 1 BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT Push the drawer of the Large Capacity Feeder straight into this equipment carefully. When the drawer is completely inserted, the right-hand tray will move up to the paper feeding position. Do not slam the drawer shut. Stacked sheets may collapse and they cannot be transported correctly. Be careful not to let your fingers be caught when pushing the drawer into this equipment.
  • Page 23 HOW TO MAKE COPIES This chapter explains the basic copying procedures. Placing Originals ........................22 Acceptable originals .............................22 Forgery prevention function..........................22 Placing originals on the original glass ........................23 Book-type originals...............................24 Using the RADF (Reversing Automatic Document Feeder, optional)..............25 Making Copies ........................28 Basic copying procedure ............................28 Scanning the next original during copying......................31 Interrupting copying and making other copies......................32...
  • Page 24: Placing Originals

    2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES Placing Originals  Acceptable originals When the RADF (Reversing Automatic Document Feeder, optional) is used, 2-sided originals can be automatically scanned one sheet after another. When the original glass is used, originals such as OHP films, tracing paper, booklet or 3-dimensional objects, that cannot be placed on the RADF can be scanned, as well as plain paper.
  • Page 25: Placing Originals On The Original Glass

    2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES 2.HOW TO MAKE COPIES  Placing originals on the original glass The original glass can be used for originals such as OHP films or tracing paper, as well as plain paper, that cannot be placed on the RADF (optional). Do not place any heavy objects (4 kg (9 lb.) or over) on the original glass and do not press on it with force.
  • Page 26: Book-type Originals

    2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES  Book-type originals You can place book-type originals on the original glass. Do not place any heavy objects (4 kg (9 lb.) or over) on the original glass and do not press on it with force.
  • Page 27: Using The Radf (reversing Automatic Document Feeder, Optional)

    2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES 2.HOW TO MAKE COPIES  Using the RADF (Reversing Automatic Document Feeder, optional)  Precautions Do not use the types of originals 1 to 9 shown below because such originals may cause misfeeding or damage to the equipment. 1.
  • Page 28 2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES  Continuous feed mode The feeding mode is set at “continuous feed mode” by default. Once you set the originals and then press the [START] button, they are scanned page by page continuously. It is useful when you want to copy more than one original at one time.
  • Page 29 2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES 2.HOW TO MAKE COPIES  Single feed mode When the feeding mode is set at “single feed mode”, an original is fed automatically as it is placed on the RADF (optional). It is useful when you want to copy only 1 original sheet. ...
  • Page 30: Making Copies

    2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES Making Copies  Basic copying procedure Make copies following the procedure below. RADF ( optional ) Original glass Make sure that paper is placed in the drawer(s). For the types and sizes of acceptable paper and how to place it, see the following pages: ...
  • Page 31 2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES 2.HOW TO MAKE COPIES Press the [START] button on the control panel. Copying starts. The paper exits with its copied side down. Be careful because the paper exiting area and the paper itself are hot. The menu shown below may appear when you are using particular modes.
  • Page 32 2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES  Stopping and restarting copying Press the [STOP] button on the control panel. Copying or scanning stops. Press [JOB CANCEL] on the touch panel to stop copying. Press [NEXT COPY] on the touch panel or the [START] button on the control panel to restart. When you press [JOB CANCEL], the scanned data will be deleted and any waiting jobs will be performed.
  • Page 33: Scanning The Next Original During Copying

    2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES 2.HOW TO MAKE COPIES  Scanning the next original during copying Even if copying is in progress or “READY (WARMING UP)” is displayed on the touch panel, you can scan the next original (auto job start). Place the original(s).
  • Page 34: Interrupting Copying And Making Other Copies

    2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES  Interrupting copying and making other copies You can interrupt the copy job in progress to make other copies (interrupt copying). When restarting the interrupted job, you do not have to reselect copy modes that have been set because they are memorized in this equipment.
  • Page 35: Proof Copy

    2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES 2.HOW TO MAKE COPIES  Proof copy When you make a large amount of copies, you can check if they will be made exactly as you desire by copying only one set before copying them all (proof copy). Then you can change the modes or settings (e.g. the number of copy sets, receiving tray, page number, time stamp, sort/stapling, hole punching) after checking the proof copy.
  • Page 36 2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES Press the [START] button on the control panel. If you did not change the number of copies in step 6 above, the number of copies printed out will be one fewer than that previously set because you have already copied one as a proof copy. (However, if the number of copies you previously set was 1, another set of copies will be printed out besides the proof copy.) Making Copies...
  • Page 37: Selecting Exit Tray

    2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES 2.HOW TO MAKE COPIES  Selecting exit tray You can select the exit tray if an optional finisher or the Inner Tray is installed.  The available exit tray may be restricted depending on copy modes and paper sizes. ...
  • Page 38: Bypass Copying

    2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES Bypass Copying When you make copies on OHP film, sticker labels, envelopes or non-standard size paper, place the copy paper on the bypass tray. Bypass copying is also recommended for copying on standard size paper which is not set in any of the drawers.
  • Page 39: Bypass Copying On Standard Size Paper

    2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES 2.HOW TO MAKE COPIES Be sure to place the paper so that the gaps between the side guides (“A” in the figure on the right) become 0.5 mm or less (0.02") on one side, or 1.0 mm or less (0.04") on both sides in total. However, if a paper misfeed occurs due to the paper type you used, make a gap of approx.
  • Page 40 2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES  The height of the paper must not exceed the indicator on the side guides.  When you use more than one sheet of paper, fan the sheets well before placing them on the bypass tray. Be careful not to cut your fingers when fanning. ...
  • Page 41 2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES 2.HOW TO MAKE COPIES Press the button of the same paper type as the paper you placed on the bypass tray. Then press [OK].  If you select a wrong paper type, this could cause a paper misfeed or significant image trouble. ...
  • Page 42 2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES Select other copy modes as required, and then press the [START] button on the control panel. When you copy on sheets of OHP film, remove the copied OHP film one sheet at a time as they exit onto the receiving tray.
  • Page 43 2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES 2.HOW TO MAKE COPIES  Copying on other than the above standard sizes of paper Place the original(s) and paper in the same procedure noted in steps 1 to 3 in “Copying on A3, A4, B4 and B5 size paper (in equipment other than for North America) / LD, LT, LG and ST-R size paper (in equipment for North America)”...
  • Page 44 2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES Press [PAPER TYPE] if the paper you placed on the bypass tray is other than plain paper. Press the button of the same paper type as the paper you placed on the bypass tray. Then press [OK]. ...
  • Page 45 2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES 2.HOW TO MAKE COPIES  Copying on an envelope  The acceptable envelope sizes are as follows: DL (110 mm x 220 mm), COM10 (4 1/8" x 9 1/2"), Monarch (3 7/8" x 7 1/2"), CHO-3 (120 mm x 235 mm), YOU-4 (105 mm x 235 mm) ...
  • Page 46 2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES Place the envelope on a flat clean surface and press it with your hands in the direction of the arrow to expel any air. Press it well to prevent the flap from rolling upward. Correct any bent corners on the envelope. Move the paper holding lever toward the outside.
  • Page 47 2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES 2.HOW TO MAKE COPIES Press the button of the same size as the envelope you placed on the bypass tray. The size of the selected envelope will be registered as an “OTHER” size. Press [OTHER] under “COPY”. The paper size is now set to the size of the envelope placed on the bypass tray.
  • Page 48: Bypass Copying On Non-standard Size Paper

    2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES  Bypass copying on non-standard size paper You can use non-standard size paper within the sizes shown on the 148 - 432 mm right. ( 5.8" - 17" ) 100 - 297 mm ( 3.9" - 11.7" ) Place the original on the original glass.
  • Page 49 2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES 2.HOW TO MAKE COPIES Press [CUSTOM PAPER] on the touch panel. Key in the dimension. 1) Press [Length] and key in the value. (100 mm to 297 mm (3.94" to 11.69")) 2) Press [Width] and key in the value. (148 mm to 432 mm (5.83" to 17.01")) 3) Press [OK].
  • Page 50 2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES To register dimension data into the memory, see the following page:  P.49 “Registering non-standard size in the memory” Select other copy modes as required, and then press the [START] button on the control panel. Bypass Copying...
  • Page 51 2 HOW TO MAKE COPIES 2.HOW TO MAKE COPIES  Registering non-standard size in the memory Follow the same procedure noted in steps 1 to 4 in “Bypass copying on non-standard size paper” ( P.46). Register dimensions. 1) Select a desired memory number. 2) Press [Length] and key in the value.
  • Page 53 BASIC COPY MODES This chapter describes the basic copying functions including how to change the reproduction ratio, how to set sorting modes or how to perform duplex copying. Before Using Copying Functions ..................52 Default settings..............................52 Confirming the set functions..........................52 Clearing the set functions .............................53 Restrictions on function combinations ........................53 Paper Selection ........................
  • Page 54: Before Using Copying Functions

    3 BASIC COPY MODES Before Using Copying Functions  Default settings This equipment is under its “default settings” when the power is turned ON, namely, if no setting change has been applied yet, the equipment’s settings return to the default ones when the energy saving mode is cleared or the [FUNCTION CLEAR] button on the control panel is pressed.
  • Page 55: Clearing The Set Functions

    3 BASIC COPY MODES 3.BASIC COPY MODES Switching to the function setting menu To change the functions on the current menu, press the corresponding buttons. The desired setting menu will then appear.  Clearing the set functions If you want to clear any copy function setting, press [RESET] on the corresponding setting menu. Clearing all settings changed When you press the [FUNCTION CLEAR] button on the control panel, all the function changes will be cleared.
  • Page 56: Paper Selection

    3 BASIC COPY MODES Paper Selection  Automatic Paper Selection (APS) This equipment detects the size of an original and selects paper of the same size automatically. This function is called Automatic Paper Selection (APS).  For the original sizes detectable, see the following page: ...
  • Page 57: Selecting Desired Paper Manually

    3 BASIC COPY MODES 3.BASIC COPY MODES  Selecting desired paper manually You need to select paper by yourself when copying the following originals whose sizes cannot be detected correctly:  Highly transparent originals (e.g. OHP film, tracing paper)  Totally dark originals or originals with dark borders ...
  • Page 58: Copying Mixed-size Originals In One Operation

    3 BASIC COPY MODES  Copying mixed-size originals in one operation You can copy a set of originals whose sizes are individually different, using the RADF (Reversing Automatic Document Feeder, optional). The original sizes that can be mixed are as follows: North America: LD, LG, LT, LT-R, COMP Other than North America: A3, A4, A4-R, B4, B5, FOLIO Place paper in the drawer(s).
  • Page 59 3 BASIC COPY MODES 3.BASIC COPY MODES Press [AMS] to make copies on paper in one size. To make copies on paper of the same size as the originals, press [OK] or [CANCEL] so that the menu returns to the BASIC menu, and then press [APS].
  • Page 60: Setting Original Modes

    3 BASIC COPY MODES Setting Original Modes You can make copies with the optimal image quality by selecting the following modes for your original. TEXT/PHOTO: Originals with text and photographs mixed TEXT: Originals with text (or text and line art) only PHOTO: Originals with photographs Press [ORIGINAL MODE] on the touch panel.
  • Page 61: Density Adjustment

    3 BASIC COPY MODES Density Adjustment This equipment detects the density level of originals and automatically adjusts the density level of the copied image to the optimal one. Alternatively, you can manually adjust it to the desired level. Adjusting automatically (automatic density adjustment) Press [AUTO] on the touch panel.
  • Page 62: Enlargement And Reduction Copying

    3 BASIC COPY MODES Enlargement and Reduction Copying You can change the reproduction ratio of copied images in the following procedures: Automatic Magnification Selection (AMS): You need to specify the copy paper size in advance. Then this equipment will detect the original size and automatically select the optimal reproduction ratio for the copy paper size.
  • Page 63 3 BASIC COPY MODES 3.BASIC COPY MODES Select the desired paper size, press [AMS] and then [OK].  If you want to select a paper size other than the following, you need to register the size as “OTHER”. Once you register this size, it will be specified every time you press [OTHER] on the touch panel.
  • Page 64: Specifying Both The Original Size And The Copy Paper Size Separately

    3 BASIC COPY MODES  Specifying both the original size and the copy paper size separately Place paper in the drawer(s). Place the original(s). Press [ZOOM] on the touch panel. Select the desired sizes for the original and copy paper, and then press [OK]. ...
  • Page 65 3 BASIC COPY MODES 3.BASIC COPY MODES  Registering paper sizes to “OTHER” size If you want to select a size other than the following for the original size and copy paper size, you need to register the size as “OTHER” following the procedures below. Once you register this size, it will be specified every time you press [OTHER] on the touch panel.
  • Page 66: Specifying Reproduction Ratio Manually

    3 BASIC COPY MODES  Specifying reproduction ratio manually Place paper in the drawer(s). Place the original(s). Press [ZOOM] on the touch panel. Press the buttons below to select the desired reproduction ratio. UP] and [ DOWN] buttons The reproduction ratio changes by 1% every time either of them is pressed. When you hold either down, the ratio goes up or down automatically.
  • Page 67 3 BASIC COPY MODES 3.BASIC COPY MODES Select the desired size, and then press [OK].  If you want to select a paper size other than the following, you need to register the size as “OTHER”. Once you register this size, it will be specified every time you press [OTHER] on the touch panel.
  • Page 68: Selecting Finishing Mode

    3 BASIC COPY MODES Selecting Finishing Mode  Finishing modes and optional finishing devices See the table below for each finishing mode. Finishing mode Description Non-sort Non-staple Copies exit without being sorted or stapled. Sort ( P.71) Copies exit in the same page order as the originals one set after another.
  • Page 69 3 BASIC COPY MODES 3.BASIC COPY MODES Check the finishing modes enabled with each finishing device. Devices MJ-1032N Finishing mode MJ-1107 & MJ-1108 & MJ-1107 MJ-1108 & MJ-1032N MJ-6104 MJ-6104 MJ-6007 Non-sort Non-staple Sort Group Rotate sort Staple sort Magazine sort Center fold —...
  • Page 70 3 BASIC COPY MODES  Name of each part of the finishers (optional) MJ-1107 1. Upper receiving tray 2. Tray holder 3. Lower receiving tray 4. Sub-tray 5. Front cover 6. Hole Punch Unit MJ-6104 7. Stapling control section MJ-1108 1.
  • Page 71 3 BASIC COPY MODES 3.BASIC COPY MODES MJ-1032N 1. Upper cover 2. Receiving tray 3. Sub-tray 4. Hole Punch Unit MJ-6007 5. Front cover MJ-1033 1. Upper cover 2. Tray 3. Sub-tray 4. Saddle stitch tray 5. Front cover 6. Hole Punch Unit MJ-6008 ...
  • Page 72 3 BASIC COPY MODES MJ-5005 1. Tray MJ-5006 1. Tray Selecting Finishing Mode...
  • Page 73: Sort/group Mode

    3 BASIC COPY MODES 3.BASIC COPY MODES  Sort/Group mode When you make more than one set of copies, they can be made to exit in the same page order as that of the originals. This mode is called the sort mode. Copies can also be made to exit grouped by page. This mode is called the group mode.
  • Page 74: Rotate Sort Mode

    3 BASIC COPY MODES Select other copy modes as required, and then press the [START] button on the control panel.  Rotate sort mode When you make more than one set of copies, one set can be made to exit on top of another set, alternating in portrait and landscape directions.
  • Page 75: Staple Sort Mode

    3 BASIC COPY MODES 3.BASIC COPY MODES  Staple sort mode When you make more than one set of copies, the copied paper can be automatically stapled set by set. This mode is called the staple sort mode. You can choose from 3 different stapling positions. Example: When [FRONT STAPLE] is selected ...
  • Page 76 3 BASIC COPY MODES  Maximum number of sheets available for stapling The maximum number of sheets available for stapling differs depending on the type of the finishing device installed, paper size or paper weight. Finisher MJ-1107 Paper weight Paper size 64 - 80 g/m 81 - 90 g/m 91 - 105 g/m...
  • Page 77: Magazine Sort / Center Fold / Saddle Stitch

    3 BASIC COPY MODES 3.BASIC COPY MODES  Magazine sort / Center fold / Saddle stitch You can copy more than one original and bind them in a booklet format (Magazine sort). With the Saddle Stitch Finisher, you can also have the copied booklet folded at its center (Center fold) and stapled (Saddle stitch).
  • Page 78 3 BASIC COPY MODES Requirements for center folding Saddle Stitch Finisher MJ-1108 Maximum number of Maximum number of sets loadable sheets available for Paper size Paper weight on the saddle stitch tray center folding 21 - 25 sheets/set: 5 sets A3, A4-R, 16 - 20 sheets/set: 6 sets 64 - 80 g/m...
  • Page 79 3 BASIC COPY MODES 3.BASIC COPY MODES When placing portrait originals in a landscape direction as shown on the right in the magazine sort mode, magazine sort & center fold mode or the magazine sort & saddle stitch mode, set the image direction function to ON on the EDIT menu.
  • Page 80: Hole Punch Mode

    3 BASIC COPY MODES Select the desired mode from [MAGAZINE SORT], [MAGAZINE SORT & CENTER FOLD], [MAGAZINE SORT & SADDLE STITCH], [CENTER FOLD] or [SADDLE STITCH]. Then press [OK].  [MAGAZINE SORT & SADDLE STITCH] and [SADDLE STITCH] are selectable only when the Saddle Stitch Finisher MJ-1108/MJ-1033 (optional) is installed.
  • Page 81 3 BASIC COPY MODES 3.BASIC COPY MODES Press [FINISHING] on the touch panel. Select [HOLE PUNCH], and then press [OK]. Select other copy modes as required, and then press the [START] button on the control panel. Selecting Finishing Mode...
  • Page 82: Manual Staple Mode

    3 BASIC COPY MODES  Manual staple mode You can staple copied paper manually without any copying operation. This is useful when you have forgotten to set the staple sort mode before starting copying, or when you want to staple originals. (Available only with the Finisher MJ-1107 or Saddle Stitch Finisher MJ-1108) Maximum number of sheets available for manual stapling Paper weight...
  • Page 83 3 BASIC COPY MODES 3.BASIC COPY MODES Let go of the paper, and then press the stapling button. Stapling starts. When the stapling position switching lamps start blinking, it means the stapling has finished. Then remove the stapled paper. Be sure that your hands are away from the paper while stapling is in progress. Finishing the manual staple mode Remove the stapled paper from the lower receiving tray, and then press the stapling button.
  • Page 84: Duplex Copying

    3 BASIC COPY MODES Duplex Copying You can copy a 1-sided original to a 2-sided copy or vice versa, or copy a 2-sided original to a 2-sided copy. This is useful when you want to save the paper, or when you want to copy a book-type original maintaining the same page order.
  • Page 85: Making A 1-sided Copy

    3 BASIC COPY MODES 3.BASIC COPY MODES  Making a 1-sided copy When you copy 2-sided portrait originals which open to the left/right on only 1 side of the paper, use the image direction function on the EDIT menu so that all the copied paper will exit in the proper direction. ...
  • Page 86: Making A 2-sided Copy

    3 BASIC COPY MODES  Making a 2-sided copy If 1-sided portrait originals have been placed in a landscape direction and you copy them on both sides of the paper, copied sheets are usually in the open to top/bottom direction. You can make copies in the open to left/right direction with the image direction function.
  • Page 87: Making A 2-sided Copy From A Book-type Original

    3 BASIC COPY MODES 3.BASIC COPY MODES  Making a 2-sided copy from a book-type original You can make 2-sided copies from book-type originals such as books or catalog as in the same page order. A4, B5 and LT sizes are applicable. Place paper in the drawer(s).
  • Page 88 3 BASIC COPY MODES Press the drawer button corresponding to the desired paper size. Only A4, B5 and LT sizes are applicable. Select other copy modes as required. If the copy needs a binding space, select the book margin mode on the EDIT menu. ...
  • Page 89: Performing Copy & File

    3 BASIC COPY MODES Performing Copy & File With the Copy & File function, you can store the copied data in the share folder of the hard disk of this equipment or a specified PC on a network. The data can be stored in any of PDF, TIFF and XPS formats. ...
  • Page 90 3 BASIC COPY MODES Press the necessary buttons for entering information about the data to be stored. Then press [OK]. MFP LOCAL: Press this to store the data into the share folder of this equipment. REMOTE 1, REMOTE 2: Press either of them to store the data into the share folder of a PC that is connected with this equipment via a network.
  • Page 91: Setting Share Folder

    3 BASIC COPY MODES 3.BASIC COPY MODES  Setting share folder When a user who has the privilege of setting a share folder has pressed [REMOTE 1] or [REMOTE 2], the menu for specifying a directory appears. The setting items differ depending on the file transfer protocol to be used. FTP, SMB, NetWare IPX/SPX, NetWare TCP/IP and FTPS are selectable for a file transfer protocol.
  • Page 92 3 BASIC COPY MODES If you selected [SMB], the settings for [SERVER NAME] and [COMMAND PORT] are not required. NetWare IPX / NetWare IP When you press any of the buttons below, the on-screen keyboard appears. Enter with the buttons on the touch panel or the digital keys on the control panel.
  • Page 93 EDITING FUNCTIONS This chapter describes how to use various copying functions on the EDIT menu. Displaying EDIT Menu......................92 Image Shift ..........................93 Creating top/bottom margin or left/right margin ....................93 Creating bookbinding margin ..........................95 Edge Erase..........................96 Book Center Erase ......................... 97 Dual Page ..........................
  • Page 94: Displaying Edit Menu

    4 EDITING FUNCTIONS Displaying EDIT Menu You can display the EDIT menu by pressing the [EDIT] tab on the touch panel when you want to use various editing functions. The EDIT menu has 2 pages. To switch the pages, press Displaying EDIT Menu...
  • Page 95: Image Shift

    4 EDITING FUNCTIONS Image Shift You can create a binding margin by shifting an image to the left, right, top or bottom of the copy paper. This function is called “image shift”. It is useful when you wish to punch or staple a stack of paper after copying it. With this function you can easily make a binding margin when you copy a book-type original on both sides of the paper.
  • Page 96 4 EDITING FUNCTIONS Adjust the width of the binding margin. 1) Press [FRONT MARGIN] and adjust the binding margin width on the front side using [ 0 mm] (0") and [ 100 mm] (3.94"). (The width on the back side will be also adjusted in the same way.) 2) Press [BACK MARGIN] and adjust the binding margin width on the back side using [ 0 mm] (0") and [...
  • Page 97: Creating Bookbinding Margin

    4 EDITING FUNCTIONS 4.EDITING FUNCTIONS  Creating bookbinding margin You can easily make a binding margin when you copy a book-type original on both sides of the paper.  P.85 “Making a 2-sided copy from a book-type original” Press [IMAGE SHIFT] on the EDIT menu. Press [BOOK].
  • Page 98: Edge Erase

    4 EDITING FUNCTIONS Edge Erase You can whiten the edge of the copied image when a shadow-like dark part appears on it. This function is called “edge erase”. It is useful when you want to make the copied image neat and clear if the edge of the original is dirty or torn.
  • Page 99: Book Center Erase

    4 EDITING FUNCTIONS Book Center Erase You can whiten the center of the copied image when a shadow-like part appears on it. This function is called “book center erase”. It is useful when you copy book-type originals. Book center erase set No setting Place paper in the drawer(s).
  • Page 100 4 EDITING FUNCTIONS Adjust the width of the part to be erased. 1) Press either [ 2 mm] (0.08") or [ 50 mm] (1.97"). 2) Press [OK]. Place the original on the original glass. Place the original with its bottom toward you, aligning its center with the yellow indicator under the original glass.
  • Page 101: Dual Page

    4 EDITING FUNCTIONS Dual Page You can copy the 2 facing pages of a book-type original or 2 original sheets placed side by side onto 2 separate sheets of paper or on both sides of 1 sheet of paper. This function is called “dual page”. You do not have to shift the original on the original glass.
  • Page 102 4 EDITING FUNCTIONS Press the [BASIC] tab to display the BASIC menu, and then select A4, B5 or LT as the copy paper size. When using bypass copying, be sure to set the paper size. Open the desired page of the original and place it on the original glass.
  • Page 103: 2in1 / 4in1

    4 EDITING FUNCTIONS 2IN1 / 4IN1 You can copy 2 or 4 originals to 1 sheet of paper by shrinking them. This function is called “2IN1” or “4IN1”. If you use this function together with duplex copying, you can make a total of 8 images on 1 sheet of paper. The illustrations below show how you can arrange the images.
  • Page 104 4 EDITING FUNCTIONS Place paper in the drawer(s). When using bypass copying, be sure to set the paper size. If you select paper of a different size to that of the original, press [ZOOM] on the BASIC menu. Next select the desired paper size, press [AMS] and then [OK] in the menu shown below. Place the original(s).
  • Page 105: Magazine Sort Mode

    4 EDITING FUNCTIONS Magazine Sort Mode You can copy more than one original in the book-type page order. This mode is called the magazine sort mode. Also you can do this as well as fold and staple the copied sheets at their center. This mode is called the magazine sort &...
  • Page 106 4 EDITING FUNCTIONS Set the saddle stitch mode and the binding margin width as required. 1) When setting the saddle stitch mode, press [STAPLE ON]. If not required, press [STAPLE OFF]. 2) Press either [ 2 mm] (0.08") or [ 30 mm] (1.18") to adjust the binding margin width.
  • Page 107: Image Editing

    4 EDITING FUNCTIONS Image Editing You can select the various editing functions shown below for scanned images. Trimming: You can select a certain area of an original and copy only the selected area. Masking: You can mask a certain area of an original and copy only the unmasked area. Mirror image: You can reverse a page like a mirror.
  • Page 108 4 EDITING FUNCTIONS Select [TRIM] or [MASK]. Place the original on the original glass with its face Place it with its bottom toward you. Align its top left corner against that of the original glass so that the original will be aligned with the original scales.
  • Page 109 4 EDITING FUNCTIONS 4.EDITING FUNCTIONS Key in the read values. 1) Press [X1], [X2], [Y1] and [Y2], and then key in the read values correspondingly. 2) You can specify up to 4 areas on 1 page. When you want to specify more than one area, press [AREA 1] to [AREA 4] to switch the area, and then key in the values correspondingly.
  • Page 110: Mirror Image / Negative/positive Reversal

    4 EDITING FUNCTIONS  Mirror image / Negative/Positive reversal You can reverse a page like a mirror (mirror image), or you can reverse the black-and-white of a page (negative/positive reversal). Mirror image Negative/Positive reversal Place paper in the drawer(s). When using bypass copying, be sure to set the paper size. Place the original(s).
  • Page 111: Xy Zoom

    4 EDITING FUNCTIONS XY Zoom You can change the reproduction ratio in both vertical and horizontal directions separately. This function is called “XY zoom”. 100% 200% 100% 200% The reproduction ratio is changeable from 25 to 400%. However when the original is placed on the RADF (optional), this range is 25 to 200%.
  • Page 112: Cover Sheet

    4 EDITING FUNCTIONS Cover Sheet You can add a special type of paper such as colored paper as a front cover sheet or a back cover sheet. This function is called “cover sheet”. In the cover sheet mode, you can select whether or not to copy the front or back cover sheet as shown in the table below.
  • Page 113 4 EDITING FUNCTIONS 4.EDITING FUNCTIONS Select the front and back cover settings, and then press [OK]. You can select [BOTH COPIED] for the front or back cover sheet only when [1->2 DUPLEX] or [2->2 DUPLEX] is set for the 2-sided copy mode on the basic menu. Press the [BASIC] tab to display the BASIC menu.
  • Page 114: Sheet Insertion

    4 EDITING FUNCTIONS Sheet Insertion You can insert a special type of paper such as colored paper at the desired page. This function is called “sheet insertion”. You can insert up to 2 types of sheets for a total of 50 pages. The sheet insertion mode has the following 2 types: COPIED: Inserts a copied sheet, replacing the specified page.
  • Page 115 4 EDITING FUNCTIONS 4.EDITING FUNCTIONS Select either [COPIED] or [BLANK]. Select the page where the insertion sheets will be inserted. 1) Select the type of the insertion sheets ([INSERT SOURCE 1] or [INSERT SOURCE 2]). 2) Key in page numbers (1 to 1000) where the insertion sheets will be inserted, and then press [SET]. Repeat steps 1) and 2) if you want to insert sheets at more than one page.
  • Page 116 4 EDITING FUNCTIONS Select other copy modes as required, and then press the [START] button on the control panel. When the originals are placed on the RADF (optional), scanning and copying start. When they are placed on the original glass, follow steps 9 and 10. Place the next original, and then press [NEXT COPY] on the touch panel or the [START] button on the control panel.
  • Page 117: Time Stamp

    4 EDITING FUNCTIONS Time Stamp You can add the date and time on the copied paper. Printed at the bottom of a portrait copy Printed at the top of a landscape copy MM.DD.YYYY 14:54 MM.DD.YYYY 14:54 Place paper in the drawer(s). Place the original(s).
  • Page 118: Page Number

    4 EDITING FUNCTIONS Page Number You can add a page number on the copied paper. Printed at the bottom center Printed at the top right of a portrait copy of a landscape copy Place paper in the drawer(s). Place the original(s). Press [PAGE NUMBER] on the EDIT menu.
  • Page 119: Job Build

    4 EDITING FUNCTIONS Job Build You can scan several stacks of originals whose settings are individually different, and then copy or store them in one operation. This function is called “job build”. For example, news clips (in the TEXT mode) and photographs in magazines (in the PHOTO mode) in A3 size and photographs in A4 size can be scanned in the optimal settings for each, and copied in one operation.
  • Page 120 4 EDITING FUNCTIONS Press [OK]. Job build is now set and the message below appears. Place the first stack of originals, and then select settings.  When placing the original on the original glass, remember that 1 page is equal to 1 job. ...
  • Page 121 4 EDITING FUNCTIONS 4.EDITING FUNCTIONS When the scanning of all the originals is finished, change the number of copy sets as required. Then press [JOB FINISH] on the touch panel. Copying starts. If any storing function is set, that will also start. Job Build...
  • Page 122: Image Direction

    4 EDITING FUNCTIONS Image Direction When you make 1-sided portrait originals to 2-sided copy by placing them in a landscape direction, normally the copied pages are “open to top”. With this function you can make them “open to left”. This function is called “image direction”.
  • Page 123: Book - Tablet

    4 EDITING FUNCTIONS Book - Tablet As for the directions of originals or copied images, “open to left” is called “book” and “open to top” is called “tablet”. To make 1-sided originals to 2-sided copies, you can choose “tablet” or “book” copy. To make 2-sided originals to 2-sided copies, you can switch “book”...
  • Page 124: Adf -> Sadf

    4 EDITING FUNCTIONS ADF -> SADF You can switch the feeding mode when the RADF (Reversing Automatic Document Feeder, optional) is used, from “ADF” to “SADF”. The paper feeding mode has 2 types as follows: ADF (Continuous feed mode): Feeds originals continuously when you press the [START] button on the control panel while originals are being placed on the RADF (optional).
  • Page 125: Omit Blank Page

    4 EDITING FUNCTIONS Omit Blank Page You can remove blank sheets included in the scanned originals before copying is started. This function is called “omit blank page”.  This function may not properly detect blank sheets included in the following types of originals: - Half-tone originals - Originals including sheets almost blank (e.g.
  • Page 126: Outside Erase

    4 EDITING FUNCTIONS Outside Erase You can whiten a shadow-like dark part which has appeared outside of the copied image; this has been caused by a gap between the original glass and the platen sheet. This function is called “outside erase”. It is useful when you place thick originals such as booklets on the original glass.
  • Page 127 4 EDITING FUNCTIONS 4.EDITING FUNCTIONS 3) Press [OK]. Place the original on the original glass.  When placing the original, be sure that the Original Cover (optional) or the RADF (optional) is fully raised. If not, this function may not properly be able to detect the border between the original and areas not belonging to it.
  • Page 129 IMAGE ADJUSTMENT This chapter describes the image adjustment functions of this equipment. Displaying IMAGE Menu ...................... 128 Using Image Adjustment Functions ................... 129 Background adjustment............................129 Sharpness ................................130...
  • Page 130: Displaying Image Menu

    5 IMAGE ADJUSTMENT Displaying IMAGE Menu You can display the IMAGE menu by pressing the [IMAGE] tab on the touch panel when you want to use various image adjustment functions. Displaying IMAGE Menu...
  • Page 131: Using Image Adjustment Functions

    5 IMAGE ADJUSTMENT Using Image Adjustment Functions  Background adjustment This function allows you to adjust the density of the original’s background. It avoids the back side of a 2-sided original becoming visible on its front side. Adjusted to have a lightened Front Back...
  • Page 132: Sharpness

    5 IMAGE ADJUSTMENT  Sharpness This function allows you to emphasize or blur the outline of the image. Press [SHARPNESS] in the IMAGE menu. Press [SOFT] or [SHARP] to adjust the sharpness, and then press [OK]. When the sharpness level is adjusted to the [SOFT] side, the moire fringes on the printed photos, etc. are softened.
  • Page 133 TEMPLATES This chapter describes how to use templates. Templates..........................132 Displaying template menu ..........................132 Using “Useful Templates” ...........................133 Registering Templates ......................135 Registering templates into the public template group ..................135 Creating a new private group ..........................138 Registering templates into a private group ......................140 Recalling Templates......................
  • Page 134: Templates

    6 TEMPLATES Templates You can create a template with several functions that are frequently used so that they can be employed whenever you want by recalling the template, thus eliminating the need to perform complicated settings every time. Templates can be used in copying, scanning and sending a fax. Fax functions are available only when the Fax Unit (optional) is installed.
  • Page 135: Using "useful Templates

    6 TEMPLATES 6.TEMPLATES  Using “Useful Templates” This equipment has 12 default templates that can be used immediately. They are registered to the group number 001 “Useful Templates”. For how to recall them, see the following page:  P.141 “Recalling Templates” Templates with copying functions Button Function...
  • Page 136 6 TEMPLATES Button Function Original: 1-sided Color mode: AUTO COLOR Original mode: TEXT Resolution: 300 dpi Storing method: Stored in the e-Filing box (public box) *3 Templates with e-Filing functions Button Function Original mode: TEXT/PHOTO Simplex/Duplex: 1 -> 1 SIMPLEX Storing method: Stored in the e-Filing box (public box) No copying Original mode: TEXT/PHOTO...
  • Page 137: Registering Templates

    6 TEMPLATES Registering Templates Templates must be registered to either the “public template group” or “private groups”. You can set a password to restrict the use of registered templates. Public template group: Provided by default. Templates in this group can be used by everyone. It is useful to register several combinations of functions frequently used in the entire office or department.
  • Page 138 6 TEMPLATES Select a template. 1) Press a blank button. 2) Press [SAVE]. To switch the menu Press Enter the necessary information about the template. NAME 1 & 2: Enter the name of the template. NAME 1 appears above the template button and NAME 2 appears below.
  • Page 139 6 TEMPLATES 6.TEMPLATES 1) Press [PASSWORD] and then enter the password (up to 20 characters) with the buttons on the touch panel or the digital keys on the control panel. The characters keyed in appear as asterisks (*). 2) Press [RETYPE PASSWORD], and then key in the password again. 3) Press [OK].
  • Page 140: Creating A New Private Group

    6 TEMPLATES  Creating a new private group Press [TEMPLATE] on the touch panel. The template menu appears. Select a group. 1) Press the [REGISTRATION] tab. 2) Select the desired group by pressing its button or keying in its group number (3 digits). 3) Press [OPEN].
  • Page 141 6 TEMPLATES 6.TEMPLATES 1) Press [PASSWORD] and then enter the password (up to 20 characters) with the buttons on the touch panel or the digital keys on the control panel. The characters keyed in appear as asterisks (*). 2) Press [RETYPE PASSWORD], and then key in the password again. 3) Press [OK].
  • Page 142: Registering Templates Into A Private Group

    6 TEMPLATES  Registering templates into a private group Set all the required functions. Example: Editing function – image shift, reproduction ratio – 90%, number of copy sets – 10 Press [TEMPLATE] on the touch panel. The template menu appears. Select the desired group.
  • Page 143: Recalling Templates

    6 TEMPLATES Recalling Templates When you recall a template, the functions set in the template will be available automatically. If automatic start function is enabled, this equipment will automatically start the operation of each function when you press the button for the corresponding template. Place paper in the drawer(s).
  • Page 144 6 TEMPLATES Press the button for the desired template. To switch the menu Press Templates with the automatic start function enabled can be identified with . If this mark is displayed, you can press it to immediately start the operation of the functions set in the template. Key in the password for the selected template.
  • Page 145: Changing Data

    6 TEMPLATES Changing Data You can change the data of templates or private groups that are already registered, such as the template name, user name, password and setting of the automatic start function. The data of the public template group can be changed from the TopAccess menu but this cannot be done from the control panel.
  • Page 146: Changing Template Data

    6 TEMPLATES  Changing template data In the template menu, select the group to which the desired template is registered. 1) Press the [REGISTRATION] tab. 2) Select the desired group by pressing its button or keying in its group number (3 digits). 3) Press [OPEN].
  • Page 147 6 TEMPLATES 6.TEMPLATES Select the desired template. 1) Press the button for the corresponding template. 2) Press [EDIT]. To switch the menu Press Key in the password for the selected template. (If no password is set, go to step 5.) 1) Press [PASSWORD] and then enter the password with the buttons on the touch panel or the digital keys on the control panel.
  • Page 148: Deleting Groups Or Templates

    6 TEMPLATES Deleting Groups or Templates You can delete private groups or templates no longer needed. If a private group is deleted, all the templates in the private group are also deleted. The public template group cannot be deleted.  Deleting private groups In the template menu, select the desired private group.
  • Page 149: Deleting Templates

    6 TEMPLATES 6.TEMPLATES  Deleting templates In the template menu, select the group to which the desired template is registered. 1) Press the [REGISTRATION] tab. 2) Select the desired group by pressing its button or keying in its group number (3 digits). 3) Press [OPEN].
  • Page 150 6 TEMPLATES Select the desired template. 1) Press the button for the desired template. 2) Press [DELETE]. To switch the menu Press Key in the password for the selected template. (If no password is set, go to step 5.) 1) Press [PASSWORD] and then enter the password with the buttons on the touch panel or the digital keys on the control panel.
  • Page 151 CONFIRMING JOB STATUS This chapter describes how to confirm the processing status and the history of copy jobs performed. Confirming Copy Job Status ....................150 Confirming jobs in progress or ones in waiting....................150 Confirming copy job history ..........................155 Confirming drawers ............................156 Confirming amount of toner remaining .......................157...
  • Page 152: Chapter 7 Confirming Job Status

    7 CONFIRMING JOB STATUS Confirming Copy Job Status You can confirm jobs in progress or ones in waiting, on the touch panel. Also you can delete, pause or resume jobs in waiting, and change their order. You can also confirm the history of copy jobs performed, the status of drawers and the amount of toner remaining in the toner cartridges.
  • Page 153: Deleting Jobs

    7 CONFIRMING JOB STATUS 7.CONFIRMING JOB STATUS  Deleting jobs You can delete jobs that you no longer need to print. Select the desired job on the print job list, and then press [DELETE]. You can select more than one job. Press [DELETE].
  • Page 154: Pausing Jobs

    7 CONFIRMING JOB STATUS  Pausing jobs Jobs whose status is “Wait” can be held in the queue (Pausing). Select the desired job on the print job list, and then press [PAUSE]. The job is now paused. The paused job is not printed even when its turn comes. Printing of the next job starts. Resuming the paused job Select the desired job, and then press [RESUME].
  • Page 155 7 CONFIRMING JOB STATUS 7.CONFIRMING JOB STATUS  Moving jobs You can change the order of the jobs in waiting by moving them within the list. You can only move jobs from and to those whose status is “Wait”. Select the desired job on the print job list, and then press [MOVE]. Select the position that you want the job to move to.
  • Page 156 7 CONFIRMING JOB STATUS  Confirming the information of a skipped job Copy jobs may not be performed because the specified paper or staples have run out, etc. These will be suspended and the next job will be performed (Job Skip function). Check on the touch panel how you can recover the suspended jobs.
  • Page 157: Confirming Copy Job History

    7 CONFIRMING JOB STATUS 7.CONFIRMING JOB STATUS  Confirming copy job history You can confirm the history of copy jobs performed on the touch panel. Press [JOB STATUS] on the touch panel. Press the [LOG] tab. Press [PRINT]. The print log list appears. Copy jobs appear on the print log list as well as print jobs. On the print log list, you can confirm the icon of the job type, the name of the user who performed the job, the date and time the job was printed, the paper size and the number of pages or copy sets.
  • Page 158: Confirming Drawers

    7 CONFIRMING JOB STATUS  Confirming drawers You can confirm the size and type-setting of the paper or the amount remaining in the drawers. During printing you can confirm which drawer is feeding paper. Press [JOB STATUS] on the touch panel. Press the [SUPPLY] tab.
  • Page 159: Confirming Amount Of Toner Remaining

    7 CONFIRMING JOB STATUS 7.CONFIRMING JOB STATUS  Confirming amount of toner remaining You can confirm the approximate amount of toner remaining in the toner cartridge. Press [JOB STATUS] on the touch panel. Press the [TONER] tab. Press [CLOSE] when you finish the confirmation. The menu returns to the one shown before you pressed [JOB STATUS].
  • Page 161 OTHER INFORMATION Continuous Copying Speed ....................160 Copying Function Combination Matrix ................162 Combination matrix 1/2 ............................162 Combination matrix 2/2 ............................163...
  • Page 162: Continuous Copying Speed

    8 OTHER INFORMATION Continuous Copying Speed Copy speeds under the condition in which originals are placed on the original glass and single-side copies are made continuously with 100% reproduction ratio in the non-sort mode (unit: sheet/minute). e-STUDIO207L Paper type Paper size Feeder PLAIN THICK1...
  • Page 163 *1 The Finisher MJ-1033 is installed: The copying speed is reduced to 45.3 (sheets/minute).  The bypass copying speed when the paper size is specified is as listed above.  TOSHIBA-recommended paper is used for the values of the specifications above.  These specifications vary depending on the copying conditions and the environment.
  • Page 164: Copying Function Combination Matrix

    8 OTHER INFORMATION Copying Function Combination Matrix  Combination matrix 1/2 Copying Function Combination Matrix...
  • Page 165: Combination Matrix 2/2

    8 OTHER INFORMATION 8.OTHER INFORMATION  Combination matrix 2/2 Copying Function Combination Matrix...
  • Page 167: Index

    INDEX ..........52 Numerics Density adjustment .......... 9 Density adjustment buttons ..............101 2IN1 / 4IN1 ........ 8 Department management function ..............8 [2-SIDED] ............10 Drawer buttons Drawers ..............11 ..........11 A/B format acceptable copy paper ................122 ..............10 buttons ............122 ........
  • Page 168 ....... 66 Finishing mode Magazine sort & saddle stitch ............66 ............. 66 center fold Manual staple ............52 ..........8 finishing mode Message indication area .............. 66 group ............66 hole punch .............. 90 NetWare IP ..........66 magazine sort ............
  • Page 169 ..........11 Recommended paper ..........16 Registering paper size ..........52 Reproduction ratio Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (RADF) ............25 precautions ..........25 unacceptable originals ........25 using the RADF (optional) ............66 Rotate sort ............66 Saddle stitch ..............122 SADF ..............9 [SETTINGS] ..............89 Share folder ............130 SHARPNESS ..........112...
  • Page 170 INDEX...
  • Page 171 DP-2072/2572/3072/3572/4572/5072 OME14002500...
  • Page 172 MULTIFUNCTIONAL DIGITAL SYSTEMS Copying Guide 1-11-1, OSAKI, SHINAGAWA-KU, TOKYO, 141-8562, JAPAN R140120O6700-TTEC Ver00 F 2014-03 ©2014 TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION All rights reserved...

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