Details of each item are as follows:
When you feed one- or two-sided prints into the machine, the method for delivering
paper inside the machine changes, which affects the printing speed. To maximize the
printing speed, load the paper manually as follows:
- One-Sided Print
Load the paper face up into a paper drawer, or face down into the stack bypass. The
side facing up in the paper drawer, and the side facing down in the stack bypass,
are the sides printed on.
- Two-Sided Print
Load the paper face down into a paper drawer, or face up into the stack bypass. The
side facing down in the paper drawer, and the side facing up in the stack bypass,
are the first sides that are printed on.
If you load paper into the paper drawer and select <Print Side>, no matter whether you
are printing one- or two-sided prints, the side of the paper facing down is always the
one printed on first. (The side facing up is the one printed on first for the stack bypass.)
However, some speed will be sacrificed when printing one-sided prints.
If <Print Side> is selected for a paper source, and <Auto Drawer Select> in Common
Settings (from the Additional Functions menu) is set to 'On', the Auto Paper Selection
(APS) and Auto Drawer Switching (ADS) functions are ignored. Printing may also
become slower when you print one-sided documents.
The selected mode is set.
(Reset) to return to the Standby display.
] or [
] to select <Speed
Priority> or <Print Side> ➞ press
Specifying Common Settings