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MULTIFUNCTIONAL DIGITAL SYSTEMS
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  • Page 1 MULTIFUNCTIONAL DIGITAL SYSTEMS User’s Guide...
  • Page 2 ©2015 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  How to read this manual Thank you for purchasing the TOSHIBA multifunctional digital systems. This manual describes how to use, perform maintenance, and fix problems for this equipment. Be sure to read this manual before using this equipment. Keep this manual handy and retain it for future reference.
  • Page 4  Other company and product names given in this manual or displayed in this software may be the trademarks of their respective companies.  Lineup of our manuals These manuals are provided for the operation of the e-STUDIO2309A/2809A. Select and read the manual best suited to your needs. This manual is the User’s Guide. Safety Information (Printouts) This manual describes the necessary precautions for use.
  • Page 5  Recommended toner cartridges To assure optimal printing performance, we recommend that you use only genuine TOSHIBA toner cartridges. If you use a TOSHIBA-recommended toner cartridge, you can utilize the following three functions of this equipment: Cartridge detecting function: This function checks if the toner cartridge is correctly installed and notifies you if it is not.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS Preface............................1 Chapter 1 PREPARATION Components..........................10 Front/Left side/Inner side..................... 10 Right side ..........................12 Configuration of options....................... 13 Control panel ........................14 Main screen (Copy) ......................17 Preparation 1 - Turning Power ON..................18 Turning on ........................... 18 Saving energy when not in use - Energy saving mode - .............
  • Page 8 Configuring the options......................74 Setting the department code ....................78 Printing From Application ..................... 80 Considerations and limitations..................... 80 How to print ......................... 80 Status Monitor ........................82 Monitoring the print status and reporting print errors............82 Setting up Print Options ......................83 How to set up ........................
  • Page 9 Selecting the original mode ....................161 Selecting the orientation ....................162 Selecting the compression ratio ..................162 Removing blank pages ...................... 163 Adjusting the exposure ...................... 163 Continuing the scanning ....................164 Specifying E-mail Addresses..................... 164 Character entry........................167 Scan speed ........................168 Using Templates (Scan).......................
  • Page 10 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION Regular Cleaning ........................218 Cleaning Charger........................219 Chapter 9 Appendix e-STUDIO2309A/2809A Specifications ................222 Continuous copying speed ....................223 Specifications of Options ....................224 Packing List .......................... 226 Copying Function Combination Matrix ................227 Combination matrix......................227 INDEX ...................................
  • Page 11 PREPARATION Components ........................... 10 Front/Left side/Inner side............................10 Right side ................................12 Configuration of options ............................13 Control panel ................................14 Main screen (Copy) ..............................17 Preparation 1 - Turning Power ON ..................18 Turning on ................................18 Saving energy when not in use - Energy saving mode - ..................19 Preparation 2 - Loading Paper ....................
  • Page 12: Preparation

    1 PREPARATION Components  Front/Left side/Inner side 1. Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (RADF) (optional) The stack of originals is scanned one sheet at a time. Both sides of the originals can be scanned. A maximum of 50 sheets (80 g/m or 20 lb.
  • Page 13 1 PREPARATION 1.PREPARATION 9. Paper Feed Pedestal (optional) Use the Paper Feed Pedestal to add one drawer. The Drawer Module can be installed in this device. A maximum of 550 sheets (80 g/m2 or 20 lb. Bond) can be placed in one go. 10.Drawer Module (optional) Use this to add one more drawer to the Paper Feed Pedestal (optional).
  • Page 14: Right Side

    1 PREPARATION  Right side 1. Platen Cover (optional) Close this before start copying or scanning. 2. Side cover 3. Bypass tray Place special paper such as thick paper, overhead transparencies, or tracing paper.  P.30 “Loading paper on the bypass tray” ...
  • Page 15: Configuration Of Options

    1 PREPARATION 1.PREPARATION  Configuration of options The available options are listed below. Contact your service technician or service representative for details. Platen Cover Reversing Automatic (KA-2507PC) Document Feeder (MR-3029) Main body Wireless LAN Module (GN-1080) Fax Kit (GD-1360) PostScript Kit (GA-1340) Paper Feed Unit (MY-1043)
  • Page 16: Control Panel

    1 PREPARATION  Control panel The functions and indications of the button vary depending on the region. The illustrations show the control panel for Europe and the Americas unless they are specified. For Europe and the Americas For regions other than Europe and the Americas 1.
  • Page 17 1 PREPARATION 1.PREPARATION 3. [ADDRESS BOOK] button Use this to display the Address book. Available only when the Fax Unit (optional) is installed. 4. [RESOLUTION] button Use this to select the resolution for sending a fax. Available only when the Fax Unit (optional) is installed. 5.
  • Page 18 1 PREPARATION button - Press this button on menu screens to move to an item on the right or increase the setting. - Press this button once on the main screen (Copy) to show the “EXPOSURE” screen for Europe and the Americas, or the “ID CARD”...
  • Page 19: Main Screen (Copy)

    1 PREPARATION 1.PREPARATION  Main screen (Copy) Appears after the power of the equipment is turned ON and the warm-up is finished. This screen is called “main screen (Copy)”. This screen also appears when the AUTO CLEAR function has worked. READY 100% AUTO EXPOSURE...
  • Page 20: Preparation 1 - Turning Power On

    1 PREPARATION Preparation 1 - Turning Power ON  Turning on Press the power switch to “ ” (on). Starts warming up, which takes approx. 20 seconds. When the warm-up has finished, the equipment is ready. READY 100% AUTO EXPOSURE TEXT/PHOTO If you press [START] during the warm-up, copying automatically starts after it has finished.
  • Page 21: Saving Energy When Not In Use - Energy Saving Mode

    1 PREPARATION 1.PREPARATION  Saving energy when not in use - Energy saving mode - To reduce power consumption, the equipment automatically enters into the energy saving mode when a specified period of time has passed since its last use. ...
  • Page 22: Preparation 2 - Loading Paper

    1 PREPARATION Preparation 2 - Loading Paper Load an appropriate type of paper.  Acceptable paper types Acceptable paper types differ depending on its paper source. See the table below for more details. Maximum sheet Paper Paper type Paper size source capacity Drawer...
  • Page 23 1 PREPARATION 1.PREPARATION *4 Be sure to use the recommended overhead transparencies. Using other transparencies could cause an equipment malfunction. *5 Printing on the back side of an envelope is not possible. *6 Envelope can be used when printing from your PC. *7 For printing the tracing paper, select "THICK1"...
  • Page 24: Recommended Paper

    1 PREPARATION  Recommended paper To ensure the best copy performance, the paper types listed below are recommended. If you want to use paper other than that we recommend, contact your service technician. Paper type Product name Plain paper A/B format: TGIS Paper/Mondi 80 g/m , 20 lb.
  • Page 25: Storing Paper

    1 PREPARATION 1.PREPARATION  Paper types not acceptable Do not use the types of paper listed below since they may cause paper misfeeds or an equipment malfunction. If you use these types of paper, paper misfeeding may occur frequently, a paper misfeeding in which you cannot easily remove paper from this equipment may occur, or images may continually become dirty.
  • Page 26: Loading Paper In The Drawer/Paper Feed Unit

    1 PREPARATION  Loading paper in the drawer/Paper Feed Unit You can load paper in the drawer and Paper Feed Unit in the same procedure. For the acceptable paper, see the following page:  P.20 “Acceptable paper types” Turn the power of the equipment ON. Pull out the drawer carefully.
  • Page 27 1 PREPARATION 1.PREPARATION Load paper face up in the drawer.  Up to 250 sheets (80 g/m or 20 lb. Bond) can be loaded. Be sure that the height of the stacked paper does not exceed the line indicated inside of the side guides. ...
  • Page 28 1 PREPARATION While holding the green lever of the front side guide, adjust the side guides to the paper size. Push the drawer straight into the equipment slowly until it stops. Do not catch your fingers in the drawer when closing it. This could cause injury.
  • Page 29: Loading Paper In The Drawers Of Paper Feed Pedestal

    1 PREPARATION 1.PREPARATION  Loading paper in the drawers of Paper Feed Pedestal For the acceptable paper, see the following page:  P.20 “Acceptable paper types” Turn the power of the equipment ON. Pull out the drawer carefully. Pull out the trailing guide while pushing its lower part to the direction of the arrow. Then reinstall the guide at the position of the desired paper size.
  • Page 30 1 PREPARATION While pushing the green knob of the side guides, adjust the side guides at the position of the desired paper size. Adjust the side guides with both hands. Load paper face up in the drawer.  Up to 550 sheets (80 g/m or 20 lb.
  • Page 31 1 PREPARATION 1.PREPARATION Push the left side of the side guide lock to lock it. Preparation 2 - Loading Paper...
  • Page 32: Loading Paper On The Bypass Tray

    1 PREPARATION  Loading paper on the bypass tray The contents of the original(s) are rotated when copied on paper of the following sizes fed from the bypass tray. A/B format: A3, A4-R, A5-R, B4, B5-R, FOLIO LT format: LD, LG, LT-R, ST-R, COMP, 13"LG, 8.5"SQ K format: 8K, 16K-R For example, to copy an A5-size original, place the original on the original glass in A5 portrait orientation and paper on the bypass tray in A5 landscape orientation (A5-R).
  • Page 33 1 PREPARATION 1.PREPARATION Align the side guides with the edges of the paper, and then push back the lever.  Up to 100 sheets of plain paper (80 g/m or 20 lb. Bond) can be loaded. Be sure that the height of the stacked paper does not exceed the indicators of the side guides.
  • Page 34: Loading An Envelope On The Bypass Tray

    1 PREPARATION  Loading an envelope on the bypass tray For the acceptable envelope sizes, see the following page:  P.20 “Acceptable paper types” Notes for using envelopes Do not use the following envelopes, otherwise they may cause a paper misfeed or damage to the equipment. 1.
  • Page 35 1 PREPARATION 1.PREPARATION Place an envelope on a flat clean surface and press it with your hands in the arrow directions as shown below to expel air from the inside. Press it well to prevent the flap from rolling upward. Correct bent corners of the envelope.
  • Page 36 1 PREPARATION Pull the paper holding lever out, and then load the envelope face down on the bypass tray. Place the envelope with its flap side at the front as shown below.  Do not copy or print on the back of envelopes, otherwise it may cause a paper misfeed or soil them or the inside of the equipment.
  • Page 37: Preparation 3 - Registering Paper Size And Type

    1 PREPARATION Preparation 3 - Registering Paper Size and Type When you load or change paper, a pop-up window appears. Follow the instructions to register the items below in the equipment.  For the drawer: the paper size  For the bypass tray: the paper size and type ...
  • Page 39: Copy Functions

    COPY FUNCTIONS Basic Copy Procedure ......................38 Acceptable originals .............................38 Copying originals..............................39 Copy Settings ......................... 45 Adjusting the exposure............................45 Selecting the original mode ..........................46 Selecting the paper...............................47 Enlarging or reducing the copy size ........................49 Sorting pages ...............................54 Copying two or four pages on each sheet ......................56 Copying both sides of a card on a sheet ......................58 Erasing the shadow on edges ..........................60 Copying right and left pages separately .......................61...
  • Page 40: Basic Copy Procedure

    2 COPY FUNCTIONS Basic Copy Procedure Learn the basic copy procedure in this section. For the other various functions, see the following page:  P.45 “Copy Settings” Make sure that the equipment is ready to copy.  P.18 “Preparation 1 - Turning Power ON” ...
  • Page 41: Copying Originals

    2 COPY FUNCTIONS 2.COPY FUNCTIONS The following types of originals can be used but need extra care:  Originals that you cannot slide with your fingers or whose surface is specially treated: They should be fanned well before loading since they may not be able to be separated from each other at feeding. ...
  • Page 42 2 COPY FUNCTIONS  Placing originals on the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder 1) Align all the originals. 2) Place them face up and align the side guides to the original length.  The top sheet of the originals will be scanned first. ...
  • Page 43 2 COPY FUNCTIONS 2.COPY FUNCTIONS Enter the number of copies with the digital keys. Make the copy settings as required.  P.45 “Copy Settings” You may not be able to use some combinations of functions.  P.227 “Copying Function Combination Matrix” Press [START] to start copying.
  • Page 44 2 COPY FUNCTIONS If originals remain on the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder after pressing [FINISHED] on the CONTINUE SCAN screen, remove all the originals. Leaving them may cause a paper jam. When the copying has finished, press [FUNCTION CLEAR] to clear the set copy functions and return to the main screen (Copy).
  • Page 45 2 COPY FUNCTIONS 2.COPY FUNCTIONS For regions other than Europe and the Americas READY SET FRONT OF ID CARD 100% AUTO EXPOSURE TEXT/PHOTO [START] Basic Copy Procedure...
  • Page 46 2 COPY FUNCTIONS Selecting “ORIGINAL MODE” quickly On the first screen of Copy mode, the button can work as the [ORIGINAL MODE] button. Just press the button to access the “ORIGINAL MODE” function so that you can change the original mode. ...
  • Page 47: Copy Settings

    2 COPY FUNCTIONS Copy Settings You can make the copy settings on the copy functions menu. Press [CANCEL] to exit from the setting without making any changes.  Adjusting the exposure You can adjust the density to make copies lighter or darker in nine levels from -4 to +4. The auto density setting can represent the copy image in the middle density status.
  • Page 48: Selecting The Original Mode

    2 COPY FUNCTIONS  Selecting the original mode You can select suitable original image to copy. You can directly access this function by pressing  P.44 “Selecting “ORIGINAL MODE” quickly” READY 100% AUTO EXPOSURE TEXT/PHOTO Menu Functions Settings Description ORIGINAL MODE TEXT/PHOTO Text and photographs mixed.
  • Page 49: Selecting The Paper

    2 COPY FUNCTIONS 2.COPY FUNCTIONS  Selecting the paper You can select the paper source in which the paper of the desired size and type is loaded.  P.20 “Acceptable paper types”  Selecting the paper source READY 100% TEXT/PHOTO Menu Functions Settings Description...
  • Page 50 2 COPY FUNCTIONS  Selecting the bypass tray automatically When you load paper into the bypass tray, the paper source automatically changes from the drawer to the bypass tray. The LCD screen automatically changes so that you can easily set the paper size and type for the bypass tray.
  • Page 51: Enlarging Or Reducing The Copy Size

    2 COPY FUNCTIONS 2.COPY FUNCTIONS  Enlarging or reducing the copy size You can enlarge or reduce the size of copies in the following three ways.  Specify the ratio manually ( P.49)  Select a fixed zoom ratio ( P.50) ...
  • Page 52 2 COPY FUNCTIONS Press to increase or decrease the zoom ratio, and then press [OK]. You can keep pressing the button to adjust the ratio quickly. ZOOM - 100% + FIXED ZOOM To make an enlarged or reduced copy of an original placed in portrait direction onto a paper in landscape direction, select “AMS”...
  • Page 53 2 COPY FUNCTIONS 2.COPY FUNCTIONS Press to select “FIXED ZOOM”, and then press . ZOOM 100% FIXED ZOOM Press to select a zoom ratio, and then press [OK]. To make an enlarged or reduced copy of an original placed in portrait direction onto a paper in landscape direction, select “AMS”...
  • Page 54 2 COPY FUNCTIONS  Automatic magnification selection (AMS) READY 100% 100% Menu Settings Description Functions ZOOM Manual zoom (25 - 100 - 400%)  P.49 “Specifying the ratio manually” FIXED ZOOM A/B format:  P.50 “Selecting a fixed 50% (A3 -> A5), 71% (A3 -> A4), zoom ratio”...
  • Page 55 2 COPY FUNCTIONS 2.COPY FUNCTIONS Press to select “AMS”, and then press [OK]. ZOOM 100% FIXED ZOOM To make an enlarged or reduced copy of an original placed in portrait direction onto a paper in landscape direction, select “AMS” for zoom ratio. ...
  • Page 56: Sorting

    2 COPY FUNCTIONS  Sorting pages You can sort a number of copied pages in the same order as the original. NON SORT: Not to sort the copied pages. All copies of the first page are ejected first and then all copies of subsequent pages are ejected in sequence.
  • Page 57 2 COPY FUNCTIONS 2.COPY FUNCTIONS When an original is placed on the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder, “SORT” is automatically set. READY 100% 100% NON SORT Menu Functions Settings FINISHING NON SORT SORT ROTATE SORT Press [COPY]. Press to select the item displayed on the LCD screen, and then press . Press to select the setting item, and then press [OK].
  • Page 58: Copying Two Or Four Pages On Each Sheet

    2 COPY FUNCTIONS  Copying two or four pages on each sheet You can copy two or four original pages on each sheet of paper. OFF: Disables this function. 2IN1: Copies two pages on a sheet of paper. 4IN1: Copies four pages on a sheet of paper. ...
  • Page 59 2 COPY FUNCTIONS 2.COPY FUNCTIONS Follow the instructions on the LCD screen to use the “2IN1/4IN1” function. You are instructed to make the following settings.  ORIGINAL SIZE Press to select the size of the original.  ORIGINAL ORIENTATION Press to select the portrait or landscape orientation of the original.
  • Page 60: Copying Both Sides Of A Card On A Sheet

    2 COPY FUNCTIONS  Copying both sides of a card on a sheet You can copy the front and back of a card on a sheet of paper. Front side Back side You can directly enable this function by pressing .
  • Page 61 2 COPY FUNCTIONS 2.COPY FUNCTIONS Follow the instructions on the LCD screen to use the “ON” function. You are instructed to make the following settings.  SET FRONT OF ID CARD Place the front of a card face down at the upper left on the original glass, and then press [START]. ...
  • Page 62: Erasing The Shadow On Edges

    2 COPY FUNCTIONS  Erasing the shadow on edges You can erase the shadow on the edges of copies. When you copy thick books, you can erase the surrounding shadow with this function. The area to erase can be changed from 4 to 15 mm (0.2 to 0.6") in increments of 1 mm (0.04").
  • Page 63: Copying Right And Left Pages Separately

    2 COPY FUNCTIONS 2.COPY FUNCTIONS  Copying right and left pages separately When you place a booklet-type original on the original glass while it is being opened, the right and left pages of the opened section can be copied separately on different paper. Also, they can be copied on both sides of paper.
  • Page 64: Shifting The Pages To The Right Or Left

    2 COPY FUNCTIONS  Shifting the pages to the right or left You can shift pages to the right or left. The shifted area can be used as a margin for punching holes or stapling. The margin can be changed from 4 to 15 mm (0.2 to 0.6") in increments of 1 mm (0.04"). READY 100% DUAL PAGE:OFF...
  • Page 65: Copying On One Or Both Sides

    2 COPY FUNCTIONS 2.COPY FUNCTIONS  Copying on one or both sides You can select whether originals and paper are 1-sided or 2-sided individually. You can make copies of 1- sided originals into the both sides of paper so that you can save paper. 1 >...
  • Page 66 2 COPY FUNCTIONS  Copying on one side You can copy 1-sided or 2-sided originals on the one side of paper. READY 100% IMAGE SHIFT:OFF 1 > 1 SIMPLEX Menu Functions Settings Description 2-SIDED 1 > 1 SIMPLEX 1-sided original -> 1-sided copy. 1 >...
  • Page 67 2 COPY FUNCTIONS 2.COPY FUNCTIONS  Copying on both sides You can copy 1-sided or 2-sided originals on the both side of paper. For double-sided printing, use plain paper (64 to 80g/m READY 100% IMAGE SHIFT:OFF 1 > 1 SIMPLEX Menu Functions Settings Description...
  • Page 68: Adding A Page Number And Date/Time On The Copied Paper

    2 COPY FUNCTIONS  Adding a page number and date/time on the copied paper You can add a page number and date/time on the copied paper. READY 100% 1 > 1 SIMPLEX ANNOTATION:OFF Menu Functions Settings ANNOTATION PAGE NO. PAGE No.+DATE/TIME Press [COPY].
  • Page 69: Copying Different Sizes In One Go

    2 COPY FUNCTIONS 2.COPY FUNCTIONS  Copying different sizes in one go When different sizes of originals are mixed and placed on the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder, some combinations of sizes can be copied in one go. The combination of the original sizes that can be mixed are as follows: Other than North America: A3 and A4 or B4 and B5 North America: LD and LT or LG and LT-R When this function sets to “ON”, the equipment is switched to the automatic paper selection mode.
  • Page 70: Image Direction

    2 COPY 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 71: Continuing The Scanning For A Copy

    2 COPY FUNCTIONS 2.COPY FUNCTIONS  Continuing the scanning for a copy When you copy with the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (RADF), you can select whether you continue scanning the next originals after the last loaded original is scanned. READY 100% IMAGE DIRECTION:OFF CONTINUE SCAN:ON...
  • Page 72: Confirming The Current Function Settings

    2 COPY FUNCTIONS  Confirming the current function settings Press [SETTINGS]. Press to scroll through the menu. For details on the displayed functions and settings, see the pages below.  P.172 “Copy menu items” When you are finished with confirmation, press [SETTINGS] again. Copy Settings...
  • Page 73: Using Templates (Copy)

    2 COPY FUNCTIONS Using Templates (Copy) Once you have set the several functions and settings, you can register up to three of them as “templates” and recall one of them for frequent use.  Registering the templates Make settings for the functions to register as a template. Press [TEMPLATE].
  • Page 74: Recalling A Template

    2 COPY FUNCTIONS Item Name Settings 2-Sided 1>1 SIMPLEX, 1>2 DUPLEX, 2>2 DUPLEX, 2>1 SPLIT 2-Sided BOOK, TABLET Annotation OFF, PAGE NO., PAGENO.+DATE/TIME Omit Blank Page OFF, ON Mixed Size Original OFF, ON Image Direction OFF, ON OFF, ON Continue Scan This item is available only when the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (RADF) is installed.
  • Page 75 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) Before Using the Printer Driver..................... 74 Configuring the options ............................74 Setting the department code ..........................78 Printing From Application ..................... 80 Considerations and limitations..........................80 How to print ................................80 Status Monitor ........................82 Monitoring the print status and reporting print errors....................82 Setting up Print Options ......................
  • Page 76: Before Using The Printer Driver

    3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) Before Using the Printer Driver Before printing, you have to configure the following options:  Configuration Settings To use devices installed in this equipment, you must first configure their options on the [Configuration] tab of the printer driver. ...
  • Page 77 3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) 3.PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) Select your printer, and then click [Printer properties] in the [File] menu. The printer driver properties dialog box appears.  For Windows Vista / Windows Server 2008, click [Properties] in the [File] menu and select your printer.
  • Page 78 3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) Click [Drawer Settings]. The [Drawer Settings] dialog box appears. Set the following options and click [OK]. Drawer 1 — Select the size of paper that is loaded in the Drawer 1. The paper type for the drawer is fixed to [Plain].
  • Page 79 3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) 3.PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) Accessing the printers folder on Windows 8 / Windows Server 2012 Follow the steps below to access the printers folder on Windows 8 / Windows Server 2012. Move the cursor to the upper right corner or lower right corner of the computer screen, and then select [Start] in the menu that appears.
  • Page 80: Setting The Department Code

    3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) Click [Control Panel]. The [All Control Panel Items] screen appears. Click [Devices and Printers]. The [Devices and Printers] folder appears.  Setting the department code When the department code function is enabled on this equipment, you have to enter your department code to the printer driver.
  • Page 81 3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) 3.PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) Entering department code Click [Start] and select [Devices and Printers]. The Printers folder appears.  For Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008 Click [Start] menu, [Control Panel], [Hardware and Sound] and select [Printers]. ...
  • Page 82: Printing From Application

    3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) Printing From Application This section describes how to print a document from application.  P.80 “Considerations and limitations”  P.80 “How to print”  Considerations and limitations  Some print options can be set from both the application and the printer driver, such as collation. If the collation is set from the application, documents may not be properly printed.
  • Page 83 3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) 3.PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) Set the print options on each tab according to how you want to print.  Setting the print options varies depending on how you want to print a document.  P.87 “Print options” Click [OK] to save the settings.
  • Page 84: Status Monitor

    3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) Status Monitor The status monitor is utility software that is installed with the printer driver. It can monitor the current print job and the current status of the equipment.  P.82 “Monitoring the print status and reporting print errors” ...
  • Page 85: Setting Up Print Options

    3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) Setting up Print Options Print Options are the attributes you set to define the way a print job is processed.  P.83 “How to set up”  P.87 “Print options” To find the printing instructions for your specific needs, see the procedures in the following section. ...
  • Page 86 3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows)  Setting print options using profiles Using profiles, you can save the print settings or apply the saved settings to a print job. In order to print a document using profiles, you must first create the saved profile. ...
  • Page 87 3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) 3.PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) Loading profile Select a profile in the [Profile] box. The setting options in the profile are reflected on each tab. To restore the default settings after you select the profile, click [Restore Defaults] on each tab. Selecting [None] on the [Profile] box will not restore them.
  • Page 88 3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) Click [Yes] to delete the selected profile. Setting up Print Options...
  • Page 89: Print Options

    3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) 3.PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows)  Print options This section describes print options in each tab of the printer driver. This section will help you to find the description of specific print options, or understand their individual functions. ...
  • Page 90 3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) 1) Printer Name Displays the name given to the printer driver when it was installed, or the name it displays on the icon in the Printer folder. 2) Menu Tabs The menu items of the printer driver are displayed as tabs. Clicking on a tab will display the contents of the selected tab.
  • Page 91 3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) 3.PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows)  [Basic] tab The [Basic] tab contains basic print operation settings, such as the original paper size, print paper size, paper source, paper type, orientation, and so on. 1) Original Paper Size Selects the size of a document to be printed. Available original paper sizes are listed below: ...
  • Page 92 3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) 4) Paper Source Selects a paper source to print a job in the most suitable paper size. The figure on the right indicates the paper size set for each paper source. When you select a paper source, the chosen one is indicated with a green square in the figure.
  • Page 93 3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) 3.PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows)  [Finishing] tab The [Finishing] tab allows you to enable sort printing and N-up printing. 1) Copy Handling Sets how to sort the printed sheets when numerous copies are made for printing. - Sort Copies — Select this for sort-printing (1, 2, 3... 1, 2, 3...). - Group Copies —...
  • Page 94 3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) - Long Edge — Select this to print on both sides of the paper with a margin on the long edge. Portrait Landscape - Short Edge — Select this to print on both sides of the paper with a margin on the short edge. Portrait Landscape - Booklet —...
  • Page 95 3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) 3.PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) 4) Use Custom Margin Enables you to set the custom margins. You usually set margins in your application. If you cannot set them in the application, use this option. Select the check box and click [Details] to open the dialog box. Select [Units], set the left, right, top, and bottom margins, and then click [OK] to enable them.
  • Page 96 3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) Booklet Details In the [Booklet Details] dialog box, you can specify how Booklet printing is performed. 1) Output Document Layout Select the booklet size to be made. - A5 on A4 — Select this to print an A5 size booklet. Every 2 pages are printed on A4 paper to fit on half a sheet (A5).
  • Page 97 3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) 3.PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) For detailed instructions on how to print with the [Booklet] setting, see the following page:  P.108 “Making a booklet”  [Image Quality] tab The [Image Quality] tab allows you to select how images are printed. 1) Halftone This sets how halftones are printed.
  • Page 98 3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows)  [Effect] tab The [Effect] tab contains print options that add effects to your print jobs such as Watermarks and Rotate printing. 1) Watermark Selects the watermark to be used or edited. The following values except [None] are the default watermarks that have been registered in the printer driver.
  • Page 99 3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) 3.PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) Print on First Page Only Prints a watermark on the first page only. This setting will become available when any watermark is selected from the [Watermark] box. 2) Rotate 180 Degrees Performs rotation printing of an image. Add/Edit Watermark When you click [Add] or [Edit], the [Watermark] dialog box appears and you can create new watermark or edit selected watermarks.
  • Page 100 3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) 11)Draw as Outline Prints a outline type of watermark. 12)Transparency Prints a transparent watermark. When you select this, set the brightness from 0 (darker) to 100% (lighter) in units of 1%. You can also set the brightness using the scroll bar. 13)[Restore Defaults] Restores the settings displayed in the [Watermark] dialog box to the original factory defaults.
  • Page 101 3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) 3.PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows)  [Others] tab The [Others] tab contains print options such as toner saving, and so on. 1) Default Menu Setting Select the default tab that is displayed when you open the printing preferences of the printer driver. Set frequently used functions as a default menu setting for your convenience.
  • Page 102 3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) 4) Custom Paper Size Click this to specify the custom paper size. The [Custom Paper Size] dialog box appears when you click this.  P.100 “Custom Paper Size”  In order to set [Custom Paper Size], you must access the printer driver properties from the [Devices and Printers] folder (Windows Vista / Windows Server 2008: [Printer]), but not from the [Print] dialog box in the application.
  • Page 103 3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) 3.PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) The [Custom Paper Size - Name] dialog box 1) Paper Size List Select the custom paper size that you want to modify. 2) [Add] Click this to display the [Custom Paper Size - Name] dialog box. 3) [Delete] Click this to clear and restore the default settings of the selected custom paper size that you selected in the [Paper Size List].
  • Page 104 3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows)  [Configuration] tab The [Configuration] tab allows you to configure options. When any optional unit is installed in this equipment, set the configuration of the machine on this tab. The [Configuration] tab can be displayed only from the Printers folder (and not when displaying the properties from the application’s print dialog box).
  • Page 105 3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) 3.PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) In order to set [SNMP Settings], you must access the printer driver properties from the [Devices and Printers] folder (Windows Vista / Windows Server 2008: [Printer]), but not from the [Print] dialog box in the application.
  • Page 106 Community Name — If a community name other than “private” (default) is set for the SNMP community name for your TOSHIBA MFP, enter its community name.  To find your TOSHIBA MFP under the SNMP V1/V2 environment, the community names set for the target TOSHIBA MFP must be specified correctly. For help, consult your administrator.
  • Page 107: Printing With Best Functions For Your Needs

    3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) Printing With Best Functions for Your Needs In this section, procedures are given to print various types of print jobs, using the layout and finishing options. Read this section before starting printing and select the procedure best suited for your needs. ...
  • Page 108: Layout And Finishing Options In [Finishing] Tab Menu

    3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows)  Layout and finishing options in [Finishing] tab menu Using the printer driver, you can set various layout options to suit your preferences. In this section various printing functions enabled with the [Finishing] tab menu are explained. ...
  • Page 109 3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) 3.PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) Sorting printed documents horizontally and vertically for each copy  Rotated Sort Copies can be enabled only when printing on A4, B5, Letter, or 16K.  To make Rotated Sort Copies, sheets to be used must be placed both horizontally and vertically (example: A4 and A4-R).
  • Page 110 3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows)  Making a booklet You can create a document in a book- or magazine-style publication by selecting the Booklet option. Creating a booklet Display the [Finishing] tab menu. Select the [2-Sided Printing] check box and select the [Booklet] icon. Click [Details].
  • Page 111 3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) 3.PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) If you want to add a margin space between facing pages, enter a width in the [Center] box, and if you want to add a margin on the outside edge, enter a width in the [Outer] box.
  • Page 112: Finishing Options In [Effect] Tab Menu

    3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) Set any other print options and click [OK]. Click [OK] or [Print] to send the print job.  Finishing options in [Effect] tab menu Using the printer driver, you can set various layout options to suit your preferences. In this section various printing functions enabled with the [Effect] tab menu are explained.
  • Page 113 3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) 3.PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) Creating or editing a watermark Click [Add] to create a new watermark, or select one that you want to edit and click [Edit] to edit a watermark. The [Watermark] dialog box appears. Enter the watermark text in the [Caption] box. You can enter up to 63 characters for the [Caption] box.
  • Page 114 3 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Windows) Deleting a watermark You can delete the default watermarks. However, they cannot be restored by clicking [Restore Defaults]. Select the watermark that you want to delete at the [Watermark] box. Click [Delete]. The [Confirm Delete] dialog box appears. Click [Yes].
  • Page 115 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Mac OS X) Printing from Application ....................114 Considerations and limitations..........................114 How to print ................................ 114 Setting up Print Options ...................... 116 [Page Setup] options ............................116 [Print] options ..............................119...
  • Page 116: Printing From Application

    4 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Mac OS X) Printing from Application This section explains printing from Mac OS X 10.6.x to Mac OS X 10.10.x.  P.114 “Considerations and limitations”  P.114 “How to print”  Considerations and limitations Some print options can be set from both the application and the printer driver, such as collation. If the collation is set from the application, documents may not be properly printed.
  • Page 117 4 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Mac OS X) 4.PRINT FUNCTIONS (Mac OS X) Make sure of your printer name at [Printer] and set the options to print the file.  P.119 “[Print] options” You can preset the options set in the [Print] dialog box. Select [Save as] from the [Presets] menu and save them under a new name.
  • Page 118: Setting Up Print Options

    4 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Mac OS X) Setting up Print Options When you print a document from Mac OS X, you need to set up page and print options.  P.116 “[Page Setup] options”  P.119 “[Print] options”  [Page Setup] options When you create a document to print, select [Page Setup] from the [File] menu of your application to open the [Page Setup] dialog box and set the page attributes.
  • Page 119 4 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Mac OS X) 4.PRINT FUNCTIONS (Mac OS X) 4) Scale Change an image size to print on a page. Enter a scale to enlarge or reduce an image. You can set any integer from 1% to 999%. ...
  • Page 120 4 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Mac OS X) Double-click the added custom page size name on the list and rename the custom page size. Enter the width and height in the [Paper Size] boxes and select a name of your printer from the [Non-Printable Area] menu. ...
  • Page 121: [Print] Options

    4 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Mac OS X) 4.PRINT FUNCTIONS (Mac OS X)  [Print] options When you print a document, select [Print] from the [File] menu of your application. You can set the following print options.  P.119 “Copies & Pages” ...
  • Page 122 4 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Mac OS X) 1) Copies Set the number of copies to print a document. 2) Collated Select this check box to collate pages in order when printing two or more copies: all the pages of one copy are printed before the next copy is printed.
  • Page 123 4 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Mac OS X) 4.PRINT FUNCTIONS (Mac OS X) - Down Before Across Right to Left — Pages are arranged vertically from top to down and then right to left on a sheet. 3) Border Select a type of the border line around each page for N-up printing. - None —...
  • Page 124: Paper Handling

    4 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Mac OS X)  Paper Handling In the [Paper Handling] menu, you can set the options to handle paper such as reversing the order of pages, printing odd or even pages, and printing by enlargement/reduction. In addition, the option to collate pages is also available in Mac OS X 10.8.x or later Mac OS X 10.6.x 1) Pages to Print...
  • Page 125 4 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Mac OS X) 4.PRINT FUNCTIONS (Mac OS X) Mac OS X 10.8.x or later 1) Collate pages Select this check box to collate pages in order when printing two or more copies: all the pages of one copy are printed before the next copy is printed.
  • Page 126: Paper Feed

    4 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Mac OS X)  Paper Feed In the Paper Feed menu, you can set the paper source. 1) All pages from Select this when you want to use the same paper source for all pages. When this is selected, select the paper source to be used at the box.
  • Page 127: Cover Page

    4 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Mac OS X) 4.PRINT FUNCTIONS (Mac OS X)  Cover Page In the [Cover Page] menu, you can set the options to print a cover page. The cover page includes information such as job ID, title, print owner, print source, and billing information. 1) Print Cover Page Select a position to print a cover page.
  • Page 128: Printer Features

    4 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Mac OS X)  Printer Features In the [Printer Features] menu, you can select the following sets from the [Feature Sets] menu and set the options that control the printer features.  P.126 “General”  P.127 “Printing Modes” ...
  • Page 129 4 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Mac OS X) 4.PRINT FUNCTIONS (Mac OS X) Printing Modes You can set the printing modes for department codes, thin lines, and no blank pages. 1) Department Code Select [Enable] if the equipment is managed with specific department codes and you need one for printing. Select [Printing Modes DC] and set the department code that you need for printing.
  • Page 130 4 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Mac OS X) Printing Modes DC You can set a department code to print documents. For the necessary department code, consult your administrator. Select [Printing Modes] and set [Department Code] to print documents with the department code. 1) Department Code(DC) - Digit 1 Select the first digit of your department code from 0 to 9.
  • Page 131 4 PRINT FUNCTIONS (Mac OS X) 4.PRINT FUNCTIONS (Mac OS X) Quality You can set print quality. 1) Halftone This sets how halftones are printed. - Detail — Select this to print halftone in detail. - Smooth — Select this to print halftone smoothly. 2) Smoothing Select [On] to print text and graphics smoothly.
  • Page 133 SCAN FUNCTIONS Scanning From Application....................132 How to scan................................132 Setting up Scan Options...................... 134 Scan options...............................134 Scanning from the equipment on the network....................136 Scanning from the equipment connected by USB cable ..................137 Using the Easy Set feature..........................137 Scanning from e-STUDIO Scan Editor ................139 Features of e-STUDIO Scan Editor ........................139 Application window.............................139 File window for the scanned images ........................143...
  • Page 134: Scanning From Application

    5 SCAN FUNCTIONS Scanning From Application This equipment supports scanning from TWAIN-compatible applications. TWAIN is the standard that links applications and scanners that acquire images. For TWAIN support, see your application’s manual. You can make use of e-STUDIO Scan Editor bundled with the equipment. It helps you scan and edit images.
  • Page 135 5 SCAN FUNCTIONS 5.SCAN FUNCTIONS Click [Pre-Scan] to preview the original. If you are not satisfied with the preview image, change the scan settings and preview the image again. Click [Scan] to scan the original. While scanning, you can stop scanning by clicking [CANCEL]. When the authentication screen appears, enter the department code that is required to log in to this equipment.
  • Page 136: Setting Up Scan Options

    5 SCAN FUNCTIONS Setting up Scan Options You can make various options to affect the scanning status. You can save different sets of options in files and recall one of them for frequent use.  P.134 “Scan options”  P.136 “Scanning from the equipment on the network” ...
  • Page 137 5 SCAN FUNCTIONS 5.SCAN FUNCTIONS Shows the version information of the scanner driver. Shows the Help information about this scanner driver. 7) [Close] Quits the scanning operation. 8) [Pre-Scan] Pre-scans the original. 9) [Scan] Scans the original. 10)Measurement unit Select [Inch], [mm], or [Pixel] to change the measurement unit. Opens the advanced scan dialog.
  • Page 138: Scanning From The Equipment On The Network

    5 SCAN FUNCTIONS  When [600 x 600 dpi] is selected in [Resolution] and [Color] is selected in [Original Mode], only [A5- R] or [ST-R] can be selected.  When [400 x 400 dpi] is selected in [Resolution] and [Color] is selected in [Original Mode], paper size larger than [A4] or [LT] cannot be selected.
  • Page 139: Scanning From The Equipment Connected By Usb Cable

    5 SCAN FUNCTIONS 5.SCAN FUNCTIONS Click [Search], and then confirm the displayed IP address and device name. If you set the IP address manually, input the address in the text box. Click [OK].  Scanning from the equipment connected by USB cable Click on the basic scan dialog box.
  • Page 140 5 SCAN FUNCTIONS  Using the Easy Set file Select the pre-defined Easy Set file, or click next to the Easy Set menu to select your Easy Set file.  The following two pre-defined files are available. Pre-defined File Resolution Original Mode Other Scan Options Picture...
  • Page 141: Scanning From E-Studio Scan Editor

    5 SCAN FUNCTIONS Scanning from e-STUDIO Scan Editor e-STUDIO Scan Editor is an application to scan images with the equipment and edit them in Windows. From this application, you can use the scanner driver to scan images. When you have followed the standard steps to install the software such as a printer driver for the equipment, you also have installed this application.
  • Page 142 5 SCAN FUNCTIONS  Menu bar The following menus are available on the menu bar located at the top of the application window. You can select commands from them.  P.140 “[File] menu”  P.141 “[Edit] menu”  P.141 “[Insert] menu” ...
  • Page 143 5 SCAN FUNCTIONS 5.SCAN FUNCTIONS [Edit] menu You can select common commands to handle images.  Undo Undoes the last deleting operation.  Cut Cuts the selected image.  Copy Copy the selected image.  Paste Pastes the cut or copied image at any position. ...
  • Page 144: Tool Bar

    5 SCAN FUNCTIONS [Help] menu You can select the commands show the help or information window of this application.  Contents Opens the help window of this application.  About Open the information window of this application.  Tool bar The following tool icons are available on the tool bar located under the menu bar at the top of the application window.
  • Page 145: File Window For The Scanned Images

    5 SCAN FUNCTIONS 5.SCAN FUNCTIONS Arrange Pages Opens the [Arrange Pages] dialog box to arrange the images in a file window.  P.145 “Arranging the images”  File window for the scanned images A scanned image appears as a thumbnail in a file window. When two or more images are scanned, all of them appear in a single file window.
  • Page 146 5 SCAN FUNCTIONS  Editing an image When you double-click a thumbnail, an edit window opens. You can edit the image using the following icons at the bottom of the edit window. Click the [Previous Page] icon, the [Next Page] icon, or the Close button to save the edited image.
  • Page 147 5 SCAN FUNCTIONS 5.SCAN FUNCTIONS Zoom In Zooms in on an image. Zoom Out Zooms out from an image. Fit to Width Fits an image to the width of the window. Best Fit Fits an image within the window. Edit Page Opens an image in another application to edit it.
  • Page 148: Setting The Preferences

    5 SCAN FUNCTIONS  Setting the preferences You can set the preferences to use the basic functions of e-STUDIO Scan Editor. Select [Preferences] from the [Tools] menu or click the [Preferences] icon on the too bar to open the [Preferences] dialog box. Click the icons at the top of the dialog box to set the following functions.
  • Page 149 5 SCAN FUNCTIONS 5.SCAN FUNCTIONS  Scanner You can set the following scan functions on [Scanner].  Current Scanner Shows the current scanner (TWAIN source/driver). When you click [Select], the dialog box opens so that you can select any one source from the list. ...
  • Page 150 5 SCAN FUNCTIONS  Send You can set the following e-mail functions on [Send].  System used to send image files Shows an e-mail application. When you select [Send] from the [File] menu or click the [Send] icon on the tool bar, you can attach a file to an e-mail and send it with the selected application.
  • Page 151 5 SCAN FUNCTIONS 5.SCAN FUNCTIONS  Editor Options You can set the following editor functions on [Editor Options].  Select the program you want to use for editing images. Shows an application to edit images. When you click [Browse], the dialog box opens so that you can select an application that you use to edit images.
  • Page 152: Scan To E-Mail

    5 SCAN FUNCTIONS Scan to E-Mail Scan to E-mail allows you to send your scans to specified e-mail addresses. The scanned image is converted to a PDF, TIFF, or JPEG file and sent as an e-mail attachment. Scan to E-mail Send E-mail to the Internet Internet via SMTP server...
  • Page 153 5 SCAN FUNCTIONS 5.SCAN FUNCTIONS Press to select “TO (ADDRESS)” or “CC (ADDRESS)”, and then press . E-MAIL ADDRESS TO(ADDRESS) CC(ADDRESS) Select from the Address Book or enter the address directly.  P.164 “Specifying E-mail Addresses”  P.167 “Character entry” Press to return to the E-MAIL screen.
  • Page 154 5 SCAN FUNCTIONS If there are more originals, place the next ones.  When you place originals on the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (RADF), select “SCAN NEXT” using and press [OK]. (Only when “CONTINUE SCAN” is set to “ON”)  When you place an original on the original glass, select “SCAN NEXT PAGE” using press [OK].
  • Page 155: Scan To File

    5 SCAN FUNCTIONS Scan to File Scan to File allows you to store scans as PDF, TIFF or JPEG files in a network folder. From these folders, you can copy the saved data and use it on your computer. If you choose to store your scans in the network folder, the type of operating system, such as Windows or Macintosh, does not matter;...
  • Page 156 5 SCAN FUNCTIONS Press to select “REMOTE1” or “REMOTE2”, and then press . FILE REMOTE1 REMOTE2 DocYYMMDD Press to select the item, press , and then make the scan settings as required. FILE REMOTE1 REMOTE2 DocYYMMDD The settings available for Scan to FILE are as follows: Menu Functions Settings Description...
  • Page 157 5 SCAN FUNCTIONS 5.SCAN FUNCTIONS If there are more originals, place the next ones.  When you place originals on the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (RADF), select “SCAN NEXT” using and press [OK]. (Only when “CONTINUE SCAN” is set to “ON”) ...
  • Page 158: Scan To Usb Memory

    5 SCAN FUNCTIONS Scan to USB Memory Scan to USB allows you to save scanned images as PDF, TIFF, or JPEG files in a USB storage device. Scan to USB USB Media USB Media  Procedure for Scan to USB Memory USB storage devices must meet requirements below.
  • Page 159 5 SCAN FUNCTIONS 5.SCAN FUNCTIONS To store scans in a USB storage device, connect the device to the equipment and wait a few seconds. Press to select “USB”, and then press [OK]. SELECT SCAN TYPE BLACK 300dpi Press , and then make the scan settings as required. DocYYMMDD The settings available for Scan to USB Memory are as follows: Menu Functions...
  • Page 160 5 SCAN FUNCTIONS Press [START]. When you store scans in a USB storage device, never attempt to remove the device from the equipment until data transmission is completed. Removing the USB storage device during data transmission may corrupt the device. If there are more originals, place the next ones.
  • Page 161: Scan Settings

    5 SCAN FUNCTIONS Scan Settings You can make the scan settings on the scan functions menu. Press [CANCEL] to exit from the setting without making any changes. You can also exit by pressing if it is active.  Selecting the color mode You can select the color mode best suited to your scan job.
  • Page 162: Scanning The 2-Sided Originals

    5 SCAN FUNCTIONS  Scanning the 2-sided originals With the single/2-sided scan setting, you can choose whether to scan your originals on both sides. To scan 2-sided originals automatically, the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder is required. SELECT SCAN TYPE BLACK 300dpi SINGLE Menu Functions...
  • Page 163: Scanning Different Sizes In One Go

    5 SCAN FUNCTIONS 5.SCAN FUNCTIONS  Scanning different sizes in one go When different sizes of originals are mixed and placed on the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder, some combinations of sizes can be scanned in one go. The combination of the original sizes that can be mixed are as follows: Other than North America: A3 and A4 or B4 and B5 North America: LD and LT or LG and LT-R SELECT SCAN TYPE...
  • Page 164: Selecting The Orientation

    5 SCAN FUNCTIONS  Selecting the orientation You can change the orientation of your scans. Select the desired rotation pattern. SELECT SCAN TYPE MIX-ORIGINAL:OFF TEXT/PHOTO Menu Functions Settings Description ROTATION Scans originals without a change in orientation. Rotates your scans 90 degrees to the right. Press [SCAN].
  • Page 165: Removing Blank

    5 SCAN FUNCTIONS 5.SCAN FUNCTIONS  Removing blank pages If your original contains blank pages, you can remove them from the scan result. SELECT SCAN TYPE COMPRESS:LOW OMIT BLANK:OFF This function is available only when “BLACK” is selected in the “COLOR MODE” function. Menu Functions Settings OMIT BLANK...
  • Page 166: Continuing The Scanning

    5 SCAN FUNCTIONS  Continuing the scanning When you scan with the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (RADF), you can select whether you continue scanning the next originals after the last loaded original is scanned. SELECT SCAN TYPE OMIT BLANK:OFF AUTO EXPOSURE CONTINUE SCAN:ON Menu Functions Settings...
  • Page 167 5 SCAN FUNCTIONS 5.SCAN FUNCTIONS Selecting from the address book Press to select “SEARCH”, and then press . TO(ADDRESS) REVIEW LIST INPUT ADDRESS SEARCH Using or , select letters tab that you want to display. Using or , select the desired contact, and then press [OK].
  • Page 168 5 SCAN FUNCTIONS Searching the address book with group numbers Press to select “GROUP NUMBER”, and then press . TO(ADDRESS) SEARCH SINGLE NUMBER GROUP NUMBER Using the digital keys, enter the group number for the desired contact. TO:ADDRESS GROUP DIAL(01-20) Press [OK].
  • Page 169: Character Entry

    5 SCAN FUNCTIONS 5.SCAN FUNCTIONS  Character entry The character entry screen is for entering characters when you are setting and entering items. You can enter the following: Alphabet characters, numbers and symbols. Enter the characters using the digital keys and , or , after switching the type of the character with the [✱] digital key.
  • Page 170: Scan Speed

    5 SCAN FUNCTIONS  Relationship between the digital keys and the input character The character entered by each digital key differs depending on the input mode. The assignment of characters in the character input mode is as follows. Characters entered in the character input mode You can enter the characters displayed on the upper side of the digital keys.
  • Page 171: Using Templates (Scan)

    5 SCAN FUNCTIONS Using Templates (Scan) Once you have set the several functions and settings, you can register up to three of them as “templates” and recall one of them for frequent use.  Registering the templates Make settings for the functions to register as a template. Press [TEMPLATE].
  • Page 172: Recalling A Template

    5 SCAN FUNCTIONS Scan to E-mail Item Name Settings Destination TO, CC File Format PDF(SINGLE), PDF(MULTI), TIFF(SINGLE), TIFF(MULTI), JPEG File Name The default value or the file name entered from the control panel. Message size NONE, 64, 128, 256, 512, 1024, 2048 Subject Specify with the administrator privilege or enter from the control From Address...
  • Page 173 VARIOUS FUNCTIONS Copy Menu List........................172 Copy menu items ...............................172 Scan Menu List ........................173 Scan menu items..............................173 Network Menu List ....................... 176 NIC status................................176 Setting the Ethernet speed..........................176 Setting the TCP/IP protocol..........................177 Setting the HTTP network service ........................178 User Functions Menu List ....................179 User functions menu items ..........................180 Department Management ....................
  • Page 174: Copy Menu List

    6 VARIOUS FUNCTIONS Copy Menu List See the following page for information on using the copy menu.  P.37 “COPY FUNCTIONS”  Copy menu items When you press on the main screen (Copy), you enter the copy menu which allows you to use copy functions.
  • Page 175: Scan Menu List

    6 VARIOUS FUNCTIONS Scan Menu List See the following page for information on using the scan menu.  P.131 “SCAN FUNCTIONS”  Scan menu items When you press on the main screen (Scan), you enter the scan menu which allows you to use basic and advanced scan functions.
  • Page 176 6 VARIOUS FUNCTIONS  E-mail functions Menu Functions Settings Description and Reference Pages E-MAIL ADDRESS TO (ADDRESS) REVIEW LIST You can select from the Address Book or CC (ADDRESS) directly enter the address. INPUT ADDRESS  P.150 “Procedure for Scan to E-Mail” SEARCH ...
  • Page 177 6 VARIOUS FUNCTIONS 6.VARIOUS FUNCTIONS  Basic setting functions Menu Functions Settings Description and Reference Pages COLOR MODE BLACK, GRAY SCALE, FULL COLOR Sets the color mode to scan the data.  P.159 “Selecting the color mode” RESOLUTION Sets the resolution for the data to scan. 600dpi , 400dpi , 300dpi, 200dpi,...
  • Page 178: Network Menu List

    6 VARIOUS FUNCTIONS Network Menu List You can set various network functions. For instructions on how to display the NETWORK menu, see the following page:  P.179 “User Functions Menu List” NETWORK COMPLETE NIC STATUS ETHERNET  P.176 “NIC status” ...
  • Page 179: Setting The Tcp/Ip Protocol

    6 VARIOUS FUNCTIONS 6.VARIOUS FUNCTIONS  Setting the TCP/IP protocol You can set the TCP/IP protocol that is commonly used in most network systems. When using Web-based utilities such as TopAccess or network features of this equipment such as network printing and network scanning, you are required to set the TCP/IP protocol.
  • Page 180: Setting The Http Network Service

    6 VARIOUS FUNCTIONS  Setting the HTTP network service You can enable or disable the HTTP network server service that provides web-based utilities on this equipment, such as TopAccess. HTTP HTTP SERVER PRIMARY PORT NUMBER Item name Description HTTP SERVER ...
  • Page 181: User Functions Menu List

    6 VARIOUS FUNCTIONS User Functions Menu List Before you start operating the “USER FUNCTIONS” menu, learn the general procedure below.  Press [CANCEL] to exit from the setting without making any changes. You can also exit with the button if it is active. ...
  • Page 182: User Functions Menu Items

    6 VARIOUS FUNCTIONS  User functions menu items When you press [USER FUNCTIONS] on the main screen (Copy), you enter the “USER FUNCTIONS” menu which enables you to change each setting and execute the device functions. The table below shows the functions and reference pages available in the “USER FUNCTIONS” menu. Menu Functions Reference Pages GENERAL...
  • Page 183 6 VARIOUS FUNCTIONS 6.VARIOUS FUNCTIONS Menu Functions Reference Pages SCAN COLOR MODE  P.187 “SCAN” COMPRESS 2-SIDED SCAN ROTATION BLACK SETTING RESOLUTION ORIGINAL MODE EXPOSURE GRAY SETTING RESOLUTION FULL COLOR SETTING RESOLUTION ORIGINAL MODE OMIT BLANK PAGE CONTINUE SCAN TERMINAL ID For details of the fax settings, see the Fax INITIAL SETUP...
  • Page 184 6 VARIOUS FUNCTIONS  GENERAL Menu Functions Settings Description CHANGE LANGUAGE S-CHINESE (SIMPLIFIED Sets the default language. The CHINESE), T-CHINESE default language and the (TRADITIONAL CHINESE), appearance order vary JAPANESE, ENGLISH, depending on the region. FRENCH, ITALIAN, GERMAN, POLISH, RUSSIAN, SPANISH, SWEDISH, NORWEGIAN, FINNISH, DANISH, DUTCH, PORTUGUESE, CZECH,...
  • Page 185 6 VARIOUS FUNCTIONS 6.VARIOUS FUNCTIONS Menu Functions Settings Description DEPART MASTER NUMBER (01 to 99) Sets the department number in MENT CODE/ the range from "2" to "99". ("01" CODE DEPARTMEN is already registered as the T CODE master code (administrator's code).) NAME (max 20 characters) Enter the department name.
  • Page 186 6 VARIOUS FUNCTIONS Menu Functions Settings Description NETWOR COMPLETE Completes the network settings. NIC STATUS Displays the current network communication status. ETHERNET AUTO, 10MBPS HALF Select the desired combination DUPLEX, 10MBPS FULL of communication speed and DUPLEX, 100MBPS HALF transmission method. DUPLEX, 100MBPS FULL DUPLEX TCP/IP...
  • Page 187 6 VARIOUS FUNCTIONS 6.VARIOUS FUNCTIONS Menu Functions Settings Description SUPPLY DESTINATI Sets the contact information for ON SETUP NUMBER ordering supplies. NOTICE E-MAIL AUTO DETECT OFF, ON Sets whether to detect information automatically. OTHER CUSTOMER Sets other various contact INFORMATI NUMBER information.
  • Page 188 6 VARIOUS FUNCTIONS  COPY Menu Functions Settings Description EXPOSURE AUTO, Manual Sets the default setting for the density. You can change the exposure from lighter to darker in nine steps from -4 to +4. EXPOSURE AUTO LEVEL -2 to +2 Sets the center value for LEVEL adjusting the density with...
  • Page 189 6 VARIOUS FUNCTIONS 6.VARIOUS FUNCTIONS  SCAN Menu Functions Settings Description COLOR MODE BLACK, GRAY SCALE, FULL Sets the default setting for the COLOR color mode. COMPRESS LOW, MID, HIGH Sets the default setting for the compression ratio. 2-SIDED SCAN SINGLE, DUPLEX Sets the default setting for the 2- sided scan mode.
  • Page 190 6 VARIOUS FUNCTIONS  USB PRINT The following functions and settings are available on the “USB PRINT” menu. Menu Functions Settings Description PAPER SIZE A3, A4, B4, B5, A5-R, FOLIO, Sets the paper size to print files LD, LG, LT, COMP, 13"LG, ST- from a USB storage device.
  • Page 191 6 VARIOUS FUNCTIONS 6.VARIOUS FUNCTIONS  WIRELESS SETTING You can configure the Wireless LAN Module if it is installed. Select Infrastructure Mode or Ad Hoc Mode to specify the security mode.  If you do not set no security, anyone knows how the SSID can connect to the wireless network. Therefore, it is recommended to set the security if it is possible.
  • Page 192: Address Book

    6 VARIOUS FUNCTIONS The following functions are available on the “WIRELESS SETTING” menu. Menu Functions Settings Description INFRASTRU Selects the connection method CTURE from [PBC] or [PIN]. Press the WPS button on the Access Point within 2 minutes of selecting the PBC method.
  • Page 193 6 VARIOUS FUNCTIONS 6.VARIOUS FUNCTIONS  INFORMATION Menu Functions Settings Description COUNTER TOTAL COUNTER - Displays the total counter. TONER REMAIN Displays the toner remaining information. SERIAL NUMBER Displays the serial number. User Functions Menu List...
  • Page 194: Department Management

    6 VARIOUS FUNCTIONS Department Management You can identify the number of output pages by copying, transmitting and receiving faxes, printing, and scanning by user groups (departments) using the department management function. When the department management function is enabled the department code entry screen is displayed before using this equipment.
  • Page 195 6 VARIOUS FUNCTIONS 6.VARIOUS FUNCTIONS Specify the department number, name, and code.  P.179 “User Functions Menu List” DEPARTMENT CODE (NUMBER) (NAME) (CODE) You need to set the master code (department number: 01) before entering the department code. The master code registration screen is displayed if you have not set the master code. MASTER CODE (NAME) (CODE)
  • Page 196: Job Status

    6 VARIOUS FUNCTIONS Job Status You can confirm the status of jobs, delete jobs, and print files stored in a USB storage device. Press the [JOB STATUS] button. Press to scroll the menu and then press to enter the function menu. ...
  • Page 197 6 VARIOUS FUNCTIONS 6.VARIOUS FUNCTIONS  Confirming the job status and deleting jobs You can confirm the statuses of print, scan, and fax jobs and delete jobs. Confirming the job status Press to select [JOBS] and then press Press to select [PRINT], [SCAN] or [FAX] and then press Press to select [CONFIRM] and then press Jobs in progress or those on the waiting list appear.
  • Page 198 6 VARIOUS FUNCTIONS  Printing from a USB storage device You can print PDF, JPEG or TIFF files saved in a USB storage device connected to this equipment.  USB storage devices must meet the requirements below. However, some USB storage devices may not be used with this equipment even though the requirements below are met.
  • Page 199 6 VARIOUS FUNCTIONS 6.VARIOUS FUNCTIONS Press the [JOB STATUS] button. Press to select [JOBS] and then press Press to select [USB PRINT] and then press Press to select the file you want to print and then press [OK]. Printing starts. Do not remove the USB storage device until printing finishes.
  • Page 201: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING When This Message Appears....................200 Paper Misfeed ........................202 Find the position of paper misfeeds........................202 When paper misfeeds occur frequently ......................202 When removing misfed paper..........................202 Paper misfeeds on the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (RADF) ............203 Paper misfeeds on the bypass tray ........................205 Paper misfeeds inside of the side cover......................206 Paper misfeeds within the Paper Feed Unit .......................209 Replacing Toner Cartridge ....................
  • Page 202: When This Message Appears

    7 TROUBLESHOOTING When This Message Appears A message appears when a problem occurs on the equipment. Find the message on the list below and follow the instructions in the Countermeasure. Message Meaning Countermeasure MISFEED xxxx An error code “xxxx” and a Remove any misfed paper.
  • Page 203 7 TROUBLESHOOTING Message Meaning Countermeasure CLEAR PAPER Approx. 100 maximum sheets Remove the paper from the receiving tray, and OUTPUT TRAY of paper have continuously then press [START] to resume copying. PRESS [START] KEY exited and the equipment Press [CLEAR/STOP] to end the copy. When stops copying to prevent the “MEMORY CLEAR?”...
  • Page 204: Paper Misfeed

    7 TROUBLESHOOTING Paper Misfeed  Find the position of paper misfeeds When a paper misfeed occurs in the equipment, the operation stops, the alert lamp blinks on the control panel, and a message appears on the LCD screen to indicate the positions where the paper is misfed. Check the message, remove any misfed paper, and then press [START] to resume copying.
  • Page 205: Paper Misfeeds On The Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (Radf)

    7 TROUBLESHOOTING 7.TROUBLESHOOTING  Paper misfeeds on the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (RADF) Open the upper cover. Open the transport guide and remove the original. Open the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder. Turn the dial to remove the misfed original. Paper Misfeed...
  • Page 206 7 TROUBLESHOOTING Close the Reversing Automatic Document Feeder. Raise the feeder tray. Turn the dial to remove the misfed original. Lower the feeder tray. Paper Misfeed...
  • Page 207: Paper Misfeeds On The Bypass Tray

    7 TROUBLESHOOTING 7.TROUBLESHOOTING Close the upper cover.  Paper misfeeds on the bypass tray Pull the paper holding lever out, and then pull out the misfed paper on the bypass tray. Check beneath the transport guide inside of the side cover. Check if any paper is misfed under the transport guide behind the transfer unit.
  • Page 208: Paper Misfeeds Inside Of The Side Cover

    7 TROUBLESHOOTING  Paper misfeeds inside of the side cover  Be careful not to catch your fingers between the equipment and the side cover. This could injure you.  Do not touch the fuser unit or the metal part around the unit. If you touch the inside of the equipment, this could cause burns or any injury to your hands.
  • Page 209 7 TROUBLESHOOTING 7.TROUBLESHOOTING If you cannot see the misfed paper or it is difficult to remove, open the drawer in which you have loaded paper and remove it. Be sure that the height of the stacked paper does not exceed the line indicated inside of the side guides.
  • Page 210 7 TROUBLESHOOTING Release the misfed paper within the fuser unit. Pull the misfed paper up or down as shown below depending on its position. Be sure not to touch the photoconductive drum when releasing the misfed paper. Pulling it up Pulling it down Return the transport guide and transfer unit to their original positions, and then close the side cover.
  • Page 211: Paper Misfeeds Within The Paper Feed Unit

    7 TROUBLESHOOTING 7.TROUBLESHOOTING  Paper misfeeds within the Paper Feed Unit Open the side cover and check if any paper is misfed behind the transfer unit.  P.206 “Paper misfeeds inside of the side cover” Open the paper feed cover of the unit. Release the misfed paper.
  • Page 212: Paper Misfeeds Within The Paper Feed Pedestal

    7 TROUBLESHOOTING Check that the guide width is correct, there is no folded/curled paper or overloading, and then close the drawer.  Be sure that the height of the stacked paper does not exceed the line indicated inside of the side guides.
  • Page 213: Replacing Toner Cartridge

    7 TROUBLESHOOTING Replacing Toner Cartridge  When a message for replacement appears When the toner cartridge runs out of toner, the message appears on the LCD screen and the alert lamp blinks on the control panel. Never attempt to incinerate toner cartridges. Dispose of used toner cartridges in accordance with local regulations.
  • Page 214 7 TROUBLESHOOTING Shake the new toner cartridge strongly with the label surface down to loosen the toner inside. Pull out the seal in the direction of the arrow. Insert the toner cartridge along the rail. Insert the toner cartridge until you hear a click sound. Replacing Toner Cartridge...
  • Page 215 7 TROUBLESHOOTING 7.TROUBLESHOOTING Clean the charger. Hold the cleaning knob of the charger and pull it out toward you carefully until it stops. Then reinsert it in its original position carefully. Repeat this procedure two to three times. Check if the cleaning knob is fully inserted after cleaning. Close the front cover.
  • Page 216: Before Calling Service Technician

    7 TROUBLESHOOTING Before Calling Service Technician When you encounter troubles, find the symptom listed below and follow the instructions in the Countermeasure.  General operation Phenomenon Usual cause Countermeasure The equipment does not The power is not turned Turn ON the power of the equipment. work at all.
  • Page 217: Toner-Related Items

    7 TROUBLESHOOTING 7.TROUBLESHOOTING  Toner-related items Phenomenon Usual cause Countermeasure “TONER IS LOW” appears Toner is running out. There is still a little toner remaining in the toner on the LCD screen. cartridge. Do not replace the toner cartridge until “TONER EMPTY”...
  • Page 218: Image Trouble

    7 TROUBLESHOOTING  Image trouble Phenomenon Usual cause Countermeasure The copy image is light. Toner has run out. Replace the toner cartridge if the “TONER EMPTY” message appears on the LCD screen.  P.211 “Replacing Toner Cartridge” The copy density is set Make the density darker if you use the manual lighter.
  • Page 219: Maintenance And Inspection

    MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION Regular Cleaning........................218 Cleaning Charger ......................... 219...
  • Page 220: Regular Cleaning

    8 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION Regular Cleaning We recommend you to clean the following items weekly, so that the originals can be scanned in unsoiled conditions.  Be careful not to scratch the portions in cleaning.  When cleaning the surface of the equipment, do not use such organic solvents as thinner or benzine. This could warp the shape of the surface or leave it discolored.
  • Page 221: Cleaning Charger

    8 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION Cleaning Charger If the inside of the charger is dirty, staining may appear on the copied image. Clean the charger following the procedure below. Open the front cover. Clean the charger. Hold the cleaning knob of the charger and pull it out toward you carefully until it stops. Then reinsert it in its original position carefully.
  • Page 223 Appendix e-STUDIO2309A/2809A Specifications ................222 Continuous copying speed ..........................223 Specifications of Options ....................224 Packing List .......................... 226 Copying Function Combination Matrix ................227 Combination matrix ............................227...
  • Page 224: Chapter 9 Appendix

    Both edges: 5.0±3.0 mm (0.20"±0.12") Reproduction ratio Actual size 100±0.5% Zoom 25 - 400% (in 1% increments) Storage capacity Max. 150 sheets or until the memory is full (TOSHIBA’s own chart) Paper supply Drawer 250 sheets (80 g/m , 20 lb. Bond)
  • Page 225: Continuous Copying Speed

    Bypass tray *1 ST-R can be loaded only on the bypass tray.  TOSHIBA-recommended paper is used for the values of the specifications above.  The bypass copying speed is as listed above when specifying the paper size.  This specification varies depending on the copying conditions and the environment.
  • Page 226: Specifications Of Options

    9 Appendix Specifications of Options Reversing Automatic Document Feeder Model name MR-3029 Copy sides 1-side, duplex Number of originals 50 originals (80 g/m , 20 lb. Bond) or 9.5 mm or less in height (more than 80 g/m (A4) 20 lb. Bond) Feeding speed 37-111 mm/s Acceptable originals...
  • Page 227 FAX Unit Model name GD-1360 For detail specifications, see the following manual.  Fax Guide TOSHIBA-recommended paper is used for the values above. Specifications and appearance are subject to change without notice in the interest of product improvement. Specifications of Options...
  • Page 228: Packing List

    9 Appendix Packing List Packing list Safety Information Quick Guide Power cable Packing List...
  • Page 229: Copying Function Combination Matrix

    9 Appendix Copying Function Combination Matrix  Combination matrix Copying Function Combination Matrix...
  • Page 231: Index

    INDEX ............180 Numerics COPY ............15 [COPY] button ........56 2IN1/4IN1 ..........91 Copy Handling ..........172 2-SIDED ............17 Copy quantity ..........91 2-Sided Printing ..........181 COUNTER ..........181 2-SIDED SCAN ............125 Cover Page ............ 125 Cover Page Type ............11 ..........
  • Page 232 ..............17 Exposure ..........42 [EXPOSURE] button ........... 17 Main screen (Copy) ........180 EXPOSURE LEVEL ..............190 MANUAL ...........136 Exposure/Contrast ..............103 Manual ..........180 MANUAL LEVEL ............ 89 Manual Scale ................181 Margin ..............15 [FAX] button ..............94 Center ............185 FAX NUMBER ..............
  • Page 233 ........... 11 ..............136 Paper Feed Pedestal Rotation ..........10 .............. 181 Paper Feed Unit RX PRINT ............122 Paper Handling ........ 180 PAPER JAM RECOVERY .............. 136 Saturation ........205 Paper misfeed (bypass tray) ..............117 Scale ..........203 Paper misfeed (RADF) ........
  • Page 234 ............20 Transparencies ........... 98 Transparency ..............132 TWAIN ...........121 Two Sided Printing ...............120 Two-Sided .................97 Units ..........103 Update Automatically ............103 Update Now ...............173 ..............12 USB port ............ 181 USB PRINT .............11 USB terminal ..........180 USB WAKEUP ..........95 Use Black for All Text ...........93 Use Custom Margin .......
  • Page 235 DP-2309A/2809A OME150006A0...
  • Page 236 MULTIFUNCTIONAL DIGITAL SYSTEMS User’s Guide 1-11-1, OSAKI, SHINAGAWA-KU, TOKYO, 141-8562, JAPAN ©2015 TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION All rights reserved R150120P6501-TTEC Patent; http://www.toshibatec.co.jp/en/patent/ Ver01 F 2015-11...

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