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  • Page 1 MAINTENANCE RELEASE/V000/08-98...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Removing the Desktop Manager ... Removing Other Software ... Preparing for the Installation ... Installing the Maintenance Release Software ... MultiPASS C3000 Users ... MultiPASS C5000 Users ... MultiPASS L6000 Users ... Following the Installation ... Windows 98 Users ...
  • Page 3 Updated Setup Options ... Preferences ... Send Fax Options ... Receive Fax Options ... Advanced: Receive Fax Options ... MAINTENANCE RELEASE/V000/08-98...
  • Page 4 MAINTENANCE RELEASE/V000/08-98...
  • Page 5: Installing The Maintenance Release

    Installing the Maintenance Release Before you begin installing the maintenance release, you must first uninstall your current MultiPASS™ installation. Once you complete the uninstallation, installing the maintenance release is very similar to the original installation process. Preparing for the Uninstallation Before you uninstall the current version of your MultiPASS software, decide what data, if any, you want to preserve.
  • Page 6: Uninstalling The Current Multipass Software

    1. On the Windows desktop, click Start, and then point to Settings. 2. On the Settings menu, click Printers. 3. In the Printers dialog box, click the Canon MultiPASS C5000 Printer icon and press the Repeat this step for the Canon MultiPASS C5000 Fax icon.
  • Page 7: Removing The Desktop Manager

    (such as the Cover Page Designer). 2. Close the MultiPASS Background. 3. On the Windows desktop, click Start, and then point to Programs. 4. From the Programs menu, point to Canon MultiPASS C5000, and then click MultiPASS Uninstaller. 5. Follow the on-screen instructions.
  • Page 8: Installing The Maintenance Release Software

    (such as LPT1) and click Next. 7. On the next Add Printer Wizard screen, you can change the printer name or leave it as Canon MultiPASS C3000 Printer. You can also specify whether or not you want the MultiPASS C3000 to be your default printer.
  • Page 9: Multipass C5000 Users

    9. In the Copying Files dialog box, type d:\mpc3000\winbj\ disk2 (where d: is your CD driver; most CD drives are d: or e:) and click OK. 10. When you see the Setup screen that asks you to insert Disk 1 of the MultiPASS Desktop Manager, type d:\mpc3000\mpassdtm\ disk1\setup.exe (where d: is your CD driver;...
  • Page 10: Following The Installation

    Following the Installation After you have completed the installation of the maintenance release software, you can import and reenter your saved data. 1. In the Desktop Manager, re-create any user-defined folders. 2. In the Desktop Manager, import any desired documents. You can import .TIF files to your In Box or to any user-defined folders.
  • Page 11: Multipass Desktop Manager Update

    MultiPASS Desktop Manager Update This section is a supplement to your existing user documentation for the Canon MultiPASS C3000 or MultiPASS C5000 and accompanying MultiPASS Desktop Manager for Windows software. Several features have been updated or added to increase the productivity and efficiency of your MultiPASS.
  • Page 12: Viewing Documents In The Desktop Manager

    The Desktop Manager Window The Desktop Manager window now has an Origin column. The information displayed in this column refers to the original form of the document listed. The Origin column is available only in List View. The Origin column is available in all Desktop Manager folders (whether system- or user-defined) when viewed in List View.
  • Page 13: Document View

    Document View Document View presents each individual document as a thumbnail of the document. Each document thumbnail displays the document name at the top. For multiple page documents, the thumbnail also displays the page count and scroll arrows at the bottom, and a scroll box at the right side.
  • Page 14: Selecting Documents In Document View

    The icon designates the document type as fax, scan, or modified. A modified document is a document where the fax cover page has been removed from a fax, a scan that has been annotated, or a multi-page document that has been split into multiple documents. List View is available for all folders, both system- and user-defined.
  • Page 15: Working With Documents In The Desktop Manager

    Working With Documents in the Desktop Manager The maintenance release software allows you to perform many new tasks in the Desktop Manager. Printing a Document in the Desktop Manager You can print a document in either Document View or List View from any folder in the Desktop Manager (except the Trash folder).
  • Page 16: Working With Jobs In The Out Box Folder

    Working With Jobs in the Out Box Folder While in the Out Box, you can now view a PC fax that has been stopped, held, or has failed. New columns have also been added to give you more detailed descriptions of jobs in the Out Box. Moving a Document You can move a document from: A system-defined folder (except the Out Box folder) to a user-...
  • Page 17: Copying A Document

    To move a document: 1. O pen the folder containing the document you want to move. 2. Drag the document to the desired folder. In Document View, the document is placed in the first available grid space. In List View, it is placed in the appropriate sort order. Copying a Document A document can be copied within the same user-defined folder, or from one folder to a different (user-defined) folder.
  • Page 18: Restoring A Deleted Document

    To delete a folder: 1. Delete all documents from the folder you want to delete. 2. After you have deleted all the documents in the folder, click the folder. Then, on the Edit menu, click Delete. Restoring a Deleted Document If a document is in the Trash folder, you can restore it to its original folder.
  • Page 19: Arranging The Documents In Document View

    Arranging the Documents in Document View A document thumbnail in Document View retains its position until you rearrange it. You can arrange one or more documents manually or automatically by clicking a command. When you arrange the documents automatically, the documents are positioned within a grid, with row positions filling from left to right.
  • Page 20: Removing A Page From A Document

    Removing a Page From a Document You can remove the current top page of a document. For example, you may want to remove the cover page from a received fax. 1. Scroll through the document until the page you want to remove is on top.
  • Page 21: Updated Setup Options

    Updated Setup Options The Desktop Manager contains setup options that define the operation of your MultiPASS C5000 or MultiPASS C3000. Some of the options have been updated and the appearance of the tabs or windows may have changed. Preferences For the MultiPASS C3000, the Printing option on the Preferences tab has been removed.
  • Page 22 Paper Size You select the size of the paper you are using for printing a fax. Answer Receive Mode You select the mode by which you want the MultiPASS to receive incoming calls: • Automatically switch for receiving a call either as a fax or telephone call •...
  • Page 23: Advanced: Receive Fax Options

    Advanced: Receive Fax Options The following change has been made to the Advanced: Receive Fax options—the feature formerly labeled Ink Saver is labeled now Ink/Toner Saver. Ink/Toner Saver You select this option if you want to print documents in the Desktop Manager using a reduced amount of ink or toner, thereby saving printer ink or toner.

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