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Canon Color imageCLASS MF8450c Basic Operation Manual

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Basic Operation Guide

Please read this guide before operating this product.
After you fi nish reading this guide, store it in a safe place for future reference.
Before Using the Machine
Originals and Print Media
Registering Destinations in the Address Book
Copying
Fax
E-mail
Printing
Scanning
Network
Setting from a PC
Maintenance
Troubleshooting
Machine Settings
Appendix

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Table of Contents

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  • Page 1: Basic Operation Guide

    Basic Operation Guide Please read this guide before operating this product. After you fi nish reading this guide, store it in a safe place for future reference. Before Using the Machine Originals and Print Media Registering Destinations in the Address Book Copying E-mail Printing...
  • Page 2: Manuals For The Machine

    Considerable effort has been made to make sure that the manuals for the machine are free of inaccuracies ● and omissions. However, as we are constantly improving our products, if you need an exact specification, please contact Canon. The machine illustration on the cover may differ slightly from your machine. ●...
  • Page 3: Overview Of Machine Functions

    Overview of Machine Functions Depending on the system configuration and product purchased, some functions may not be available. Copying In addition to the Color and B/W copying, you can use various copy functions. Basic Operation Guide Copying (see on p. 4-1) e-Manual Copying Printing...
  • Page 4 Network This machine can be connected to a network. Connecting to a network enables you to use various functions. Basic Operation Guide Network (see on p. 9-1) e-Manual Network Settings Remote User Interface You can set and manage this machine easily and quickly from a computer.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Rights of the Telephone Company ... xix FCC Notice ... xx Users n Canada ... xx Pre-Installation Requirements for Canon Facsimile Equipment ... xxi Notice ... xxii Laser Safety ... xxv CDRH Regulations ...xxiv 1 Before Using the Machine ...1-1 Machne Components ...1-2...
  • Page 6 On the Platen Glass ... 2-4 In the Feeder ... 2-5 Paper Requrements ...2-7 Prntable Area ...2-9 Loadng Paper ... 2-10 In the Paper Drawer ...2-10 In the Stack Bypass Tray ...2-15 Settng Paper Sze and Type ... 2-20 For the Stack Bypass Tray ...2-20 For the Paper Drawer ...2-22 Relatonshp between Orgnal Orentaton and Preprnted Paper...
  • Page 7 Contents Deleting Color Balance ...4-56 Collatng Copes ... 4-57 Makng Multple Copes ... 4-59 Checkng Current Settngs ... 4-60 Frequently Used Settngs (Mode Memory) ... 4-61 Registering Mode Memory ...4-61 Recalling Mode Memory...4-63 Checking Mode Memory ...4-64 Deleting Mode Memory...4-65 Changng Standard Mode ...
  • Page 8 Reducng a Receved Document ... 5-93 Prntng Footer Informaton on a Receved Document ... 5-96 Specfyng the Way of Prntng When Toner Is Low ... 5-98 ECM Recepton ... 5-100 Settng the Incomng Rng Tone ... 5-102 Recevng Documents Manually wth an External Telephone (Remote Recepton) ...
  • Page 9 Contents Scanning Documents from a Networked Computer ... 8-9 9 Network ...9-1 Flowchart for Settng Up Network ...9-2 What s the Network? ...9-3 Overvew of Network Functons ...9-4 10 Settings from a PC ...10-1 Overvew of Remote UI ... 10-2 Startng the Remote UI ...
  • Page 10: Preface

    Preface Thank you for choosing a Canon product. Before using the machine, please read the following instructions for your safety. Important Safety Instructions Except as specifically described in this guide, do not attempt to service the machine yourself. Never attempt to disassemble the machine: opening and removing its interior covers will expose you to dangerous voltages and other risks.
  • Page 11: Location

    Preface Adjust only those controls that are covered by the instructions in this guide. Improper adjustment of • other controls may result in damage and may require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the product to normal operation. If the machine has been dropped.
  • Page 12: Power Supply

    If you notice anything unusual (smoke, strange odors, noises) around the machine, unplug the power cord immediately. Contact Canon Customer Care Center. Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord, and do not place the machine where the cord will be –...
  • Page 13: Telephone Equipment

    Chapter 12. If you cannot solve the problem or if you think your machine needs servicing, contact Canon Customer Care Center at 1- 800-828-4040 between the hours of 8:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. EST for U.S.A. and 9:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. EST for Canada Monday through Friday and 10:00 A.M.
  • Page 14: How To Use This Guide

    How to Use This Guide Symbols Used in This Manual The following symbols are used throughout the manuals for the machine and indicate the warnings, cautions and notes you should keep in mind when using the machine. Indicates a warning that may lead to death or serious injury if not observed. Explains how to avoid actions that could injure you or damage your machine.
  • Page 15: Illustrations Used In This Manual

    How to Use This Guide Illustrations Used in This Manual Illustrations used in this manual are the model Color imageCLASS MF9170c (with no optional equipment). When there is any difference among Color imageCLASS MF9170c, Color imageCLASS MF9150c and Color imageCLASS MF8450c, it is clearly indicated in the text, e.g., ”Color imageCLASS MF9170c Only. ”...
  • Page 16: Legal Notices

    Copyright Copyright © 2008 by Canon Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any language or computer language in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, magnetic, optical, chemical, manual, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of Canon Inc.
  • Page 17: Third Party Software

    Canon’s licenser to you for any intellectual property of LICENSORS. (3) You may use the SOFTWARE solely for use with the Canon product you purchased (the “PRODUCT”). (4) You may not assign, sublicense, market, distribute, or transfer the SOFTWARE to any third party without prior written consent of Canon and LICENSORS.
  • Page 18: Legal Limitations On The Usage Of Your Product And The Use Of Images

    Legal Limitations on the Usage of Your Product and the Use of Images Using your product to scan, print or otherwise reproduce certain documents, and the use of such images as scanned, printed or otherwise reproduced by your product, may be prohibited by law and may result in criminal and/or civil liability.
  • Page 19: Users n The U.s.a

    IDDD (INTERNATIONAL DIRECT DISTANCE DIAL) LINE IF YOU COMMUNICATE OVERSEAS Canon recommends an individual line following industry standards, e.g. the 2500 (Touch Tone) or 500 (Rotary/ Pulse Dial) telephones. A dedicated extension off a PBX machine without “Call Waiting” can be used with the machine.
  • Page 20: Connection Of The Equipment

    The telephone line should not be reconnected or the power cord plugged in until the problem is completely resolved. Users should contact Canon Authorized Service Facilities for servicing of equipment. Information regarding Authorized Service Facility locations can be obtained by calling Canon Customer Care Center (1-800-828-4040).
  • Page 21: Fcc Notice

    Canon U.S.A., Inc. One Canon Plaza, Lake Success, NY 11042, U.S.A. TEL No. 1-516-328-5600 The Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 makes it unlawful for any person to use a computer or other...
  • Page 22: Users In Canada

    IDDD (INTERNATIONAL DIRECT DISTANCE DIAL) LINE IF YOU COMMUNICATE OVERSEAS Canon recommends an individual line following industry standards, e.g., the 2500 (touch tone) or 500 (rotary/pulse dial) telephones. A dedicated extension off a PBX machine without “Camp On” signals is also permissible with the machine.
  • Page 23: Notice

    Users in the U.S.A. Notice This equipment meets the applicable Industry Canada Terminal Equipment Technical Specifications. This is confirmed by the registration number. The abbreviation, IC, before the registration number signifies that registration was performed based on a Declaration of Conformity indicating that Industry Canada technical specifications were met.
  • Page 24 La terminaison sur une interface peut consister en n’importe quelle combinaison d’appareils, à la condition seulement que la somme des Nombres d’équivalence Ringer de tous les appareils ne soit pas supérieure à 5. CANON CANADA INC. 1-800-652-2666 9 A.M. to 8 P.M. EST Monday through Friday (excluding holidays)
  • Page 25: Laser Safety

    Laser Safety Laser Safety This machine complies with 21 CFR Chapter 1 Subchapter J as a Class 1 laser product under the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Radiation Performance Standard according to the Radiation Control for Health and Safety Act of 1968. This means that the machine does not produce hazardous radiation.
  • Page 26: Before Using The Machine

    Before Using the Machine This chapter describes what you should know before using this machine, such as the names of the parts and their functions, and how to set up the machine to send/receive faxes. Machine Components ...1-2 External View (Front) ...1-2 External View (Back) ...1-4 Internal View ...1-5 Control Panel ...1-6...
  • Page 27: Machine Components

    Machine Components Machine Components This section describes the names and functions of all the parts on the outside and inside of the machine. External View (Front)
  • Page 28: Ethernet Port

    ①Feeder Originals placed in the Feeder are automatically fed sheet by sheet to the scanning area. The feeder also automatically turns over two-sided originals to make one- or two-sided copies. ②Slide Guides Adjust the slide guides to match the width of the originals.
  • Page 29: External View (back)

    Machine Components External View (Back) ⑲Back Cover Open this cover to clear paper jams. ⑳Power Socket Connect the power cord.
  • Page 30: Internal View

    Internal View ㉑Scanning Area Originals placed in the feeder are scanned here. ㉒Platen Glass Place originals here when scanning books, thick originals, thin originals, transparencies, etc. ㉓Toner Cartridges When toner runs out, pull out the empty toner cartridges, and replace them with new ones. ㉔Delivery Feeder Unit (Electrostatic Transfer Belt) Transfers toner to paper.
  • Page 31: Control Panel

    Blinks or lights up if there is an error with the machine. When the Error indicator flashes, follow the instructions that appear on the display. When the Error indicator maintains a steady red light, contact your local authorized Canon dealer. ⑨[Start] key Press to start an operation. ⑩Processing/Data Indicator Blinks or lights up green when the machine is performing operations.
  • Page 32 ⑪[Reset] key Press to restore the current settings to the Standard mode. ⑫[OK] key Press to confirm the settings and proceed to the next screen. ⑬Scroll Wheel Turn left and right to select menu items or setting items. ⑭[▼], [▲], [◀], [▶] keys Press to move the cursor position.
  • Page 33: Registering The Custom Keys

    Control Panel Registering the Custom Keys You can assign frequently used functions to two custom keys located on the left of the display. The default settings are as follows: – <Key 1>: Copy <Key 2>: Store on Memory Media* – * The default setting for the Color imageCLASS MF8450c is <Send/Fax>.
  • Page 34 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Key 1> or <Key 2>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the function you want to assign, then press [OK]. You can select from <Copy>, <Send/Fax>, <Fax>, <E-mail>, <I-Fax>, <File Server>, <Send Log>, <Address Book>* , <Favorites>, <One- touch>, <Scan to Store>, <Store on Memory...
  • Page 35: Left Side Of The Control Panel

    Control Panel Left Side of the Control Panel Color imageCLASS MF9170c/MF9150c ㉒SD/MS Card Slot Insert an SD/MS Card when using the Direct Print function. ㉓CF Card Slot Insert a CF Card when using the Direct Print function. When two different types of cards are inserted, the machine only recognizes the one that was inserted first.
  • Page 36: Main Menu Screen

    Display Parts and Functions The settings screen for each function is shown on the display on the control panel. For details about each setting, refer to the pages on corresponding function. For instructions on how to display each screen, refer to “Main Control Panel,” on p. 1-6. –...
  • Page 37: Copy Top Screen

    Display Parts and Functions Copy Top Screen ①Selected item and its description Shows the highlighted item and its description. ②Current Setting Lists the current settings. ③Scroll Bar Indicates that more items can be viewed using [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel). ④Quantity Displays the copy quantity.
  • Page 38: Send Type Selection Screen

    ⑪Frame Erase Settings Erases shadows and lines that appear when using various types of originals. ⑫Color Balance Adjusts color balance depending on the color of the originals. ⑬Collate Settings Sorts copies into sets arranged in page order. ⑭Copies Sets the number of copies. ⑮Standard Settings Changes the Standard mode.
  • Page 39: Store Type Selection Screen

    Display Parts and Functions Store Type Selection Screen ①Store on File Server Stores the scanned originals on the specified file server. (See ”Scan to File Server, ” in the e-Manual.) ②Store on Memory Media Stores the scanned originals in the memory media.
  • Page 40: Toner Cartridges

    Toner Cartridges The lifetime of the Canon genuine toner cartridges used in this machine (Color imageCLASS MF9170c / Color imageCLASS MF9150c) is approximately 6000 pages for K (Black) and is approximately 6000 pages for each C (Cyan), M (Magenta) and Y (Yellow). The lifetime of the...
  • Page 41: Maintaining The Toner Cartridges

    • It has been confirmed that there are counterfeit Canon toner in the marketplace. Using a counterfeit toner may cause poor print quality or poor printer performance. Please be advised that Canon is not responsible for any malfunction, accident, or damage caused by using non-genuine toner, including counterfeits.
  • Page 42: Checking The Toner Level

    Checking the Toner Level The Device Info. screen indicates one of three levels for the amount of toner remaining in the toner cartridges. If the toner gauge indicates that the toner is empty, it is recommended that the toner cartridges be replaced. (See “Replacing the Toner Cartridges, ”...
  • Page 43: Checking The Device Information

    Checking the Device Information Checking the Device Information On the Device Information screen you can check the current machine status. Press (Main Menu). Press the left Any key to select <Device Info.>. ① Toner The status of toner is displayed. ②...
  • Page 44: Entering Characters

    Entering Characters For screens that require alphanumeric entries, follow the procedure below to enter characters. ● Use [◀], [▶], or (Scroll Wheel) to move the cursor position left or right. Use [▼] and [▲] to move the cursor position up ●...
  • Page 45: Telephone Line Setting

    Telephone Line Setting Telephone Line Setting The machine is set to automatic detection mode. With some environments and telephone lines, the machine may not detect the proper telephone line type. If this happens, follow the procedure below to set the telephone line type. The default setting is <Auto>. Connect the telephone line cable before turning ON the machine, if you use the automatic detection mode.
  • Page 46 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Tel. Line Type Selection>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Manual>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the type of telephone line that is connected to the machine, then press [OK].
  • Page 47: Setting The Sleep Mode

    Timer Settings Timer Settings Setting the Sleep Mode When the machine remains idle for a certain period of time, it automatically enters the Sleep mode. The default settings are <On> and <15 Minutes.>. Press (Main Menu). Press the right Any key to select <Additional Func.>.
  • Page 48: Setting Auto Clear Time

    Press (Main Menu) to return to the Main Menu screen. – To enter the Sleep mode manually, press [Power] on the operation panel. – The machine will not enter the Sleep mode when: • the machine is in operation • the Processing/Data indicator is lit or flashing •...
  • Page 49: Setting The Daylight Saving Time

    Timer Settings Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Auto Clear Time>, then press [OK]. Setting the Daylight Saving Time In some countries or areas, time is advanced throughout the summer season. This is called “Daylight Saving Time. ” The default setting is <On>.
  • Page 50 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Date/Time Settings>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Daylight Saving Time Set.>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <On>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Month>, then press [OK].
  • Page 51 Timer Settings Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the day of the Week, then press [OK]. Press the right Any key to select <Set>. The End Date Month to End DST screen appears. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Month>, then press [OK].
  • Page 52 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the day of the Week, then press [OK]. Press the right Any key to select <Set>. Press (Main Menu) to return to the Main Menu screen. Timer Settings 1-27...
  • Page 53 Timer Settings 1-28...
  • Page 54: Originals And Print Media

    Originals and Print Media This chapter describes the types of paper and originals that can be used with the machine and how to load paper into the stack bypass tray. Originals Requirements ...2-2 Scanning Area ...2-3 Placing Originals ...2-4 On the Platen Glass ...2-4 In the Feeder ...2-5 Paper Requirements ...2-7 Printable Area ...2-9...
  • Page 55: Originals Requirements

    Originals Requirements Originals Requirements Available original type, size, weight and quantity are shown in the table below. Type Sheet* , book, three-dimensional objects Size (W × L) Max. 8 1/2" × 14" (Max. 215.9 mm × 355.6 mm) Weight Max. 4.4 lb (2 kg) Quantity 1 sheet When copying transparent originals such as tracing paper or transparencies, use a piece of plain white paper to cover the...
  • Page 56: Scanning Area

    Scanning Area Make sure your originals' text and graphics fall within the shaded area in the following diagram. Note that the margin widths listed are approximate and there may be slight variations in actual use. Copy Scanning Area ● Fax Scanning Area ●...
  • Page 57: On The Platen Glass

    Placing Originals Placing Originals Place your originals on the platen glass or into the feeder, depending on the size and type of the original, and the copy modes that you want to use. On the Platen Glass Place the originals on the platen glass when copying bound originals (such as books and magazines), heavy or lightweight originals, and transparencies.
  • Page 58: In The Feeder

    Gently close the feeder. The original is ready for scanning. – When closing the feeder, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as this may result in personal injury. – Do not press down the feeder forcefully, as this may damage the platen glass and cause personal injury.
  • Page 59 Placing Originals Neatly place the originals face up in the original supply tray. The originals are ready for scanning. – Do not add or remove originals while they are being scanned. – When scanning is complete, remove the originals from the originals delivery tray to avoid paper jams.
  • Page 60: Paper Requirements

    Paper Requirements The paper size and types that can be used with this machine are shown in the following table. Size (W × L) Weight Quantity Type Plain * Plain H * Color * Recycled * Heavy 1 * Heavy 2 * Bond * Transparency * Labels...
  • Page 61 Store all paper wrapped and on a flat surface until ready for use. Keep opened packs in their original packaging in a cool, dry location. ● Store paper at 64.4°F–75.2°F (18°C–24°C), 40%–60% relative humidity. Use only the transparencies designed for laser printers. Canon recommends you to use Canon type ● transparencies with this machine.
  • Page 62: Printable Area

    Printable Area Printable Area The shaded area indicates the approximate printable area of LTR paper. Note that the margin widths listed are approximate and there may be slight variations in actual use.
  • Page 63: In The Paper Drawer

    Loading Paper Loading Paper This section describes how to load paper in the paper drawers and stack bypass tray. In the Paper Drawer This section describes how to load paper in the paper drawer or in the optional paper drawer. Pull out the paper drawer until it stops.
  • Page 64 Hold the lock release lever of the rear paper guides (A) and slide the guides to the mark for the size of the paper to be loaded. Make sure to set the guides to the mark for the size of the paper to be loaded correctly. If the guides are positioned incorrectly, it may cause paper jams, dirty prints, etc.
  • Page 65 Loading Paper Hold the paper drawer with both hands and set it back into the machine. ● In the Optonal Paper Drawer (Paper Drawer 2) When the optional drawer is installed in the machine, follow the procedure described below. Pull out the optional paper drawer until it stops.
  • Page 66 Hold the lock release lever of the side paper guides (A) and slide the guides to the mark for the size of the paper to be loaded. The side paper guides move together. Make sure to set the guides to the mark for the size of the paper to be loaded correctly.
  • Page 67 Loading Paper Load the paper stack of the appropriate size with the print side facing up. Align the rear edge of paper stack with the rear paper guide. – When loading paper, be careful not to cut your fingers on the edges of the paper. –...
  • Page 68: In The Stack Bypass Tray

    • Envelopes may be creased in the printing process. • For high quality printouts, use paper recommended by Canon. • For more information on paper types that can be used with this machine, see “Paper Requirements, ” on p. 2-7.
  • Page 69 Loading Paper Open the stack bypass tray. If the paper size you are going to load into the stack bypass tray is different from the paper size stored in stack bypass tray Standard Settings, set stack bypass tray Standard Settings to ‘Off’ in Common Settings (from the Additional Functions screen).
  • Page 70 ■ To print on the back side of preprinted paper ① Load the preprinted paper face up into the stack bypass tray, as shown in the illustration below. The screen for selecting the paper size appears. Loading Paper – When loading paper into the stack bypass tray, align the paper stack neatly between the slide guides.
  • Page 71 Loading Paper ■ If you are loading envelopes into the stack bypass tray: ① Take five envelopes, loosen them as shown, and then stack them together. Repeat this step five times for each set of five envelopes. ② Place the envelopes on a clean, level surface, and press all the way around the envelopes by hand, in the direction of the arrows, to remove any curls.
  • Page 72 Load the envelopes, as shown below. The screen for selecting the paper size appears. – The stack bypass tray can hold 10 envelopes at a time. – Envelopes may be creased in the printing process. Loading Paper 2-19...
  • Page 73: Setting Paper Size And Type

    Setting Paper Size and Type Setting Paper Size and Type This section describes how to set paper size and type loaded into the paper drawer(s) and stack bypass tray. For the Stack Bypass Tray You can register a frequently used paper size and type for the stack bypass tray. The default setting is <Off>.
  • Page 74 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Stack Bypass Paper (Std.)>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <On>, then press the right Any key to select <Option>. If you do not want to set the stack bypass standard settings, select <Off>, then press [OK], and press (Main Menu) to return to the...
  • Page 75: For The Paper Drawer

    Setting Paper Size and Type For the Paper Drawer When you place other sizes and/or types of paper, follow this procedure to change the settings. The default settings are <LTR> and <PLAIN PAPER>. Press (Main Menu). Press the right Any key to select <Additional Func.>.
  • Page 76 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select paper size, then press [OK]. – You can select from the following paper sizes: <LTR>, <LGL>, <EXEC>, <FLSC>, <OFI>, <B- OFI>, <M-OFI> – If you use A/B size paper, press the right Any key to select <A/B Sizes>...
  • Page 77: Output Chart

    Relationship between Original Orientation and Preprinted Paper Output Chart Relationship between Original Orientation and Preprinted Paper Output Chart Please use this chart when printing on preprinted paper (i.e., paper with logos). If you want to copy on the back side of preprinted paper, place the side you want to copy on: –...
  • Page 78: Registering Destinations In The Address Book

    Registering Destinations in the Address Book This chapter describes how to register destinations in the Address Book, and how to edit and erase registered information. Storing/Editing Address Book ...3-2 Registering Fax Numbers in the Address Book ...3-2 Registering E-Mail Addresses in the Address Book ...3-7 Registering I-Fax Addresses in the Address Book ...
  • Page 79: Book

    Storing/Editing Address Book Storing/Editing Address Book The Address Book is a feature used for storing fax numbers, e-mail addresses, I-fax addresses, and file server addresses. You can also register multiple destinations for a group address. Registering a destination in the Address Book saves you the effort of entering that destination’s address each time you send a job.
  • Page 80 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Address Book Settings>, then press [OK]. If a password has been set for the Address Book, enter the password to enter Address Book Settings menu. Enter the password using (numeric keys), then press [OK]. (For details about the Address Book password, see “Security, ”...
  • Page 81 Storing/Editing Address Book If you are finished, press the right Any key to select <Set>. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Destination Registration>, then press [OK]. – (numeric keys) to enter the fax number. – You can enter up to 120 characters for fax number.
  • Page 82 If you want to set the ECM TX, sending speed, and long distance settings, press the right Any key to select <Option>. These settings are optional. If you do not want to set the optional settings, skip to step 20. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <ECM TX>, then press [OK].
  • Page 83 Storing/Editing Address Book Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the long distance setting, then press [OK]. Select <Domestic> for dialing domestic (local) telephone numbers. Select <Long Distance (1)> if communication errors frequently occur when you make overseas calls (when the overseas telephone number is registered in the Address Book).
  • Page 84: Registering E-mail Addresses In The Address Book

    Registering E-Mail Addresses in the Address Book This section describes the procedure for registering e-mail addresses in the Address Book. – By storing your own e-mail address, you can specify a reply e-mail address. – This section describes how to register destinations from the Additional Functions screen. You can also register destinations from the Select Send Type screen, as follows: •...
  • Page 85 Storing/Editing Address Book Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <E-mail>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Register Name>, then press [OK]. Use the software keyboard to enter the recipient’s name. – You can enter up to 16 characters for the recipient’s name.
  • Page 86 If you are finished, press the right Any key to select <Set>. Press the right Any key to select <Register>. If you want to register another e-mail address, repeat from step 6. Storing/Editing Address Book Press the right Any key to select <Done>. Press (Main Menu) to return to the Main Menu screen.
  • Page 87: Registering I-fax Addresses In The Address Book

    Storing/Editing Address Book Registering I-Fax Addresses in the Address Book This section describes the procedure for registering I-fax addresses in the Address Book. This section describes how to register destinations from the Additional Functions screen. You can also register destinations from the Select Send Type screen, as follows: –...
  • Page 88 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Register Name>, then press [OK]. Use the software keyboard to enter the recipient’s name. – You can enter up to 16 characters for the recipient’s name. – For information on how to use the software keyboard, see “Entering Characters, ”...
  • Page 89: Registering File Server Addresses In The Address Book

    Storing/Editing Address Book Press the right Any key to select <Register>. If you want to register another I-fax address, repeat from step 6. Registering File Server Addresses in the Address Book This section describes the procedure for registering file server addresses in the Address Book. –...
  • Page 90 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Register Address>, then press [OK]. Press the right Any key to select <Register New>. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <File>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Register Name>, then press [OK].
  • Page 91 Storing/Editing Address Book Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select a server protocol, then press [OK]. – <FTP>: Select this protocol if you are sending documents to a computer running Sun Solaris 2.6 or later, Mac OS X, Internet Information Services 5.0 on Windows 2000 Server, Internet Information Services 5.1 on Windows XP Professional, Internet Information Services 6.0...
  • Page 92 ④ Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Folder Path>, then press [OK]. ⑤ Use the software keyboard to enter the path to the folder. – You can enter up to 120 characters for the folder path. – For information on how to use the software keyboard, see “Entering Characters, ”...
  • Page 93 Storing/Editing Address Book ⑨ If you are finished, press the right Any key to select <Set>. ⑩ Use [▼], [▲] or <Password>, then press [OK]. ⑪ Use the software keyboard to enter the password. – You can enter up to 24 characters when <FTP>...
  • Page 94 ■ If you select <Windows (SMB): Browse>: ① Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the desired workgroup, then press [OK]. If the desired workgroup is not displayed, use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to scroll to the desired workgroup.
  • Page 95: Registering Group Addresses In The Address Book

    Storing/Editing Address Book ⑥ Press the right Any key to select <Register>. If you want to register another file server address, repeat from step 6. Registering Group Addresses in the Address Book The Group Address feature enables you to create a group of up to 299 stored destinations as a single destination.
  • Page 96 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Register Address>, then press [OK]. Press the right Any key to select <Register New>. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Group>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Register Name>, then press [OK].
  • Page 97 Storing/Editing Address Book Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the destination to store in the group address, then press [OK]. – To cancel a selected destination, select the destination again and press [OK] to clear the check mark. –...
  • Page 98: Checking/editing Addresses Registered In The Address Book

    Checking/Editing Addresses Registered in the Address Book This section describes the procedure for checking and editing the details of the destinations registered in the Address Book. This section describes how to check and edit the details of the destinations from the Additional Functions screen. You can also check and edit the details from the Select Send Type screen, as follows: –...
  • Page 99 Storing/Editing Address Book Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the destination you want to check or edit, then press the left Any key to select <Edit/Erase>. – You cannot check or edit multiple destinations at the same time. –...
  • Page 100 ③ Edit the address details. Follow the same procedure as you used when registering destinations. – For information on how to register fax numbers, see “Registering Fax Numbers in the Address Book, ” on p. 3-2. – For information on how to register e-mail addresses, see “Registering E-Mail Addresses in the Address Book, ”...
  • Page 101: Erasing Addresses From The Address Book

    Storing/Editing Address Book Erasing Addresses from the Address Book This section describes the procedure for erasing addresses from the Address Book. This section describes how to erase the destinations registered in the Address Book from the Additional Functions screen. You can also erase them from the Select Send Type screen, as follows: –...
  • Page 102 – You cannot erase multiple destinations at the same time. – Use [◀] or [▶] to select the index key (e.g., [ABC]) to restrict the display range of entries. Select [All] to return to the full address list. – If the desired destination is not displayed, use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to scroll to the desired destination.
  • Page 103: Storng/edtng One-touch

    Storing/Editing One-Touch Storing/Editing One-Touch You can register up to 200 destinations in one-touch. – Since each address entry is treated as a single entry, if a destination is registered in a group address, that destination and the group address are counted as two entries. –...
  • Page 104 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Register One-touch>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the one-touch you want to register, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Fax>, then press [OK]. Storing/Editing One-Touch Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select...
  • Page 105 Storing/Editing One-Touch Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Register One-touch Name>, then press [OK]. Use the software keyboard to enter the one-touch name. – You can enter up to 12 characters for the one- touch name. – For information on how to use the software keyboard, see “Entering Characters, ”...
  • Page 106 – If you want to delete the entire number you entered, press (Clear). – For information on how to set the length of a pause, see “Communications Settings, ” on p. 13-8. – For information on how to insert a pause for an overseas number, see “Dialing an Overseas Number (With Pauses), ”...
  • Page 107 Storing/Editing One-Touch Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the sending speed, then press [OK]. If your document transmissions are slow to start, it may mean that the telephone lines in your area are in poor condition. Select a slower speed.
  • Page 108: Registering E-mail Addresses In One-touch

    Press the right Any key to select <Done>. Registering E-Mail Addresses in One-Touch This section describes the procedure for registering e-mail addresses in one-touch. – By storing your own e-mail address, you can specify a reply e-mail address. – This section describes how to register destinations from the Additional Functions screen. You can also register destinations from the Select Send Type screen, as follows: •...
  • Page 109 Storing/Editing One-Touch Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Register One-touch>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the one-touch you want to register, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <E-mail>, then press [OK].
  • Page 110 Use the software keyboard to enter the one-touch name. – You can enter up to 12 characters for the one- touch name. – For information on how to use the software keyboard, see “Entering Characters, ” on p. 1-19. If you are finished, press the right Any key to select <Set>.
  • Page 111: Registering I-fax Addresses In One-touch

    Storing/Editing One-Touch Press the right Any key to select <Done>. Registering I-Fax Addresses in One-Touch This section describes the procedure for registering I-fax addresses in one-touch. This section describes how to register destinations from the Additional Functions screen. You can also register destinations from the Select Send Type screen, as follows: –...
  • Page 112 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Register One-touch>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the one-touch you want to register, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <I-Fax>, then press [OK]. Storing/Editing One-Touch Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select...
  • Page 113 Storing/Editing One-Touch Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Register One-touch Name>, then press [OK]. Use the software keyboard to enter the one-touch name. – You can enter up to 12 characters for the one- touch name. – For information on how to use the software keyboard, see “Entering Characters, ”...
  • Page 114: Registering File Server Addresses In One-touch

    Press the right Any key to select <Register>. If you want to register another I-fax address, repeat from step 5. Registering File Server Addresses in One-Touch This section describes the procedure for registering file server addresses in one-touch. – If <Language Switch> in Common Settings is set to <On>, the Host Name and File Path of the file server destination may not be displayed correctly, so you may not be able to refer to them.
  • Page 115 Storing/Editing One-Touch Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Register One-touch>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the one-touch you want to register, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <File>, then press [OK].
  • Page 116 Use the software keyboard to enter the one-touch name. – You can enter up to 12 characters for the one- touch name. – For information on how to use the software keyboard, see “Entering Characters, ” on p. 1-19. If you are finished, press the right Any key to select <Set>.
  • Page 117 Storing/Editing One-Touch ■ If you select <FTP> or <Windows (SMB)>: ① Use [▼], [▲] or <Host Name>, then press [OK]. ② Use the software keyboard to enter the host name. – You can enter up to 120 characters for the host name.
  • Page 118 ⑥ If you are finished, press the right Any key to select <Set>. ⑦ Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <User Name>, then press [OK]. ⑧ Use the software keyboard to enter the user name. – You can enter up to 24 characters for the user name.
  • Page 119 Storing/Editing One-Touch ⑫ If you are finished, press the right Any key to select <Set>. ⑬ Press the right Any key to select <Set>. ⑭ Press the right Any key to select <Register>. 3-42 ■ If you select <Windows (SMB): Browse>: ①...
  • Page 120 ③ Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the desired file server, then press the right Any key to select <Set>. To enter the user name and the network password, select a file server from the list and press [OK]. Enter the user name (up to 24 character) and network password (up to 14 characters), then press the right Any key to select <Set>.
  • Page 121: Registering Group Addresses In One-touch

    Storing/Editing One-Touch Registering Group Addresses in One-Touch The Group Address feature enables you to create a group of up to 299 stored destinations (199 for the Color imageCLASS MF8450c) as a single destination. – You cannot register new destinations in a group address. New destinations need to be registered in the Address Book before you can register them as part of a group address.
  • Page 122 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the one-touch you want to register, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Group>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Register Name>, then press [OK]. Storing/Editing One-Touch Use the software keyboard to enter the group name.
  • Page 123 Storing/Editing One-Touch Use the software keyboard to enter the one-touch name. – You can enter up to 12 characters for the one- touch name. – For information on how to use the software keyboard, see “Entering Characters, ” on p. 1-19. If you are finished, press the right Any key to select <Set>.
  • Page 124: Checking/editing Addresses Registered In One-touch

    Press the right Any key to select <Register>. If you want to register another group address, repeat from step 5. Checking/Editing Addresses Registered in One-Touch This section describes the procedure for checking and editing the details of the destinations registered in one-touch.
  • Page 125 Storing/Editing One-Touch Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Register One-touch>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the one-touch you want to check or edit, then press [OK]. – You cannot check or edit multiple one-touch destinations at the same time.
  • Page 126 ③ Edit the address details. Follow the same procedure as you used when registering destinations. – For information on how to register fax numbers, see “Registering Fax Numbers in One- Touch, ” on p. 3-26. – For information on how to register e-mail addresses, see “Registering E-Mail Addresses in One-Touch, ”...
  • Page 127: Erasing Addresses Registered In One-touch

    Storing/Editing One-Touch Erasing Addresses Registered in One-Touch This section describes the procedure for erasing addresses registered in one-touch. This section describes how to erase one-touch destinations from the Additional Functions screen. You can also erase them from the Select Send Type screen, as follows: –...
  • Page 128 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Erase>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Yes>, then press [OK]. If you want to cancel erasing the destination, select <No>. Press (Main Menu) to return to the Main Menu screen.
  • Page 129 Storing/Editing One-Touch 3-52...
  • Page 130: Copying

    Copying This chapter describes the copying features. Overview of Copy Functions ...4-2 Basic Copying Method ...4-4 Canceling Copy Jobs ...4-6 Selecting Color Mode ...4-7 Selecting Paper Source ...4-9 Copying on Papers in Drawers ...4-9 Using Stack Bypass Tray with Standard Paper Sizes ...
  • Page 131: Overview Of Copy Functions

    Overview of Copy Functions Overview of Copy Functions In addition to the enlarging/reducing the copy, you can make 2-sided copies or use the N on 1 mode, which reduces multiple originals to fit on one sheet of paper. (p. 4-11) (p.
  • Page 132 Overview of Copy Functions (p. 4-30) (p. 4-22) (p. 4-36)
  • Page 133: Basic Copying Method

    Basic Copying Method Basic Copying Method This section describes the basic procedure for copying. Place originals on the platen glass or load it them in the feeder. – For details, see “Placing Originals, ” on p. 2-4. – Close the feeder after placing your originals. –...
  • Page 134 – <Number of Copies Settings>: Makes multiple copies. (See “Making Multiple Copies, ” on p. 4- 59.) – When you press (Reset), all settings will return to the Standard mode. If you want to keep your own settings as the Standard mode, see “Changing Standard Mode, ”...
  • Page 135: Canceling Copy Jobs

    Canceling Copy Jobs Canceling Copy Jobs You can cancel scanning or ongoing jobs. If you cancel a copy job during scanning, make sure to remove the original. Press the left Any key to select <Cancel>. The display will return to the Copy top screen. While the machine is scanning, printing, or waiting to print, you can cancel a copy job by pressing...
  • Page 136: Selecting Color Mode

    Selecting Color Mode This section describes how to select the color mode (color/B&W). The default setting is <Auto-color Select>. Set originals. For details, see “Placing Originals, ” on p. 2-4. Press (Main Menu). Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Copy>, then press [OK].
  • Page 137 Selecting Color Mode – (numeric keys) to enter the desired copy quantity (1 to 99). Press (Start). If you want to copy multiple originals using the platen glass, set an original and press once for each page. Press (Main Menu) to return to the Main Menu screen.
  • Page 138: Selecting Paper Source

    Selecting Paper Source You can manually specify a paper source. The default setting is <Drawer1: LTR>. – If you are copying an original with an image that extends all the way to the edges onto the same size paper at a copy ratio of 100%, the periphery of the original image may be cut off slightly on the copy.
  • Page 139 Selecting Paper Source Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the desired paper source, then press [OK]. – (numeric keys) to enter the desired copy quantity (1 to 99). 4-10 Press (Start). If you want to copy multiple originals using the platen glass, set an original and press once for each page.
  • Page 140: Using Stack Bypass Tray With Standard Paper Sizes

    Using Stack Bypass Tray with Standard Paper Sizes This section describes how to copy onto standard-sized paper using the stack bypass tray. If <Stack Bypass Paper> setting in <Paper Settings> from the Additional Functions screen is set to <Off>, the paper size/type setting screen appears when you load a paper in the stack bypass tray.
  • Page 141 Selecting Paper Source Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the desired paper type, then press [OK]. You can select from the following paper types: <Plain>, <Plain H>, <Recycled Paper>, <Color>, <Bond>, <Heavy 1>, <Heavy 2>, <Transparencies>, <Labels>, <Rough> For details, see “Paper Requirements, ”...
  • Page 142: Using Stack Bypass Tray With Irregular Sizes Of Paper

    Using Stack Bypass Tray with Irregular Sizes of Paper This section describes how to copy onto non-standard-sized paper using the stack bypass tray. – If <Stack Bypass Paper> setting in <Paper Settings> from the Additional Functions screen is set to <Off>, the paper size/type setting screen appears when you load a paper in the stack bypass tray.
  • Page 143 Selecting Paper Source Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to specify the length of X, then press [OK]. You can adjust values for <X> between 3" and 8 1/2". Use [▼] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the vertical length <Y>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to specify the length of Y, then press [OK].
  • Page 144: Using Stack Bypass Tray With Envelopes

    – (numeric keys) to enter the desired copy quantity (1 to 99). Using Stack Bypass Tray with Envelopes This section describes how to copy onto envelopes using the stack bypass tray. If <Stack Bypass Paper> setting in <Paper Settings> from the Additional Functions screen is set to <Off>, the paper size/type setting screen appears when you load a paper in the stack bypass tray.
  • Page 145 Selecting Paper Source Load envelopes into the stack bypass. For details, see “In the Stack Bypass Tray, ” on p. 2- Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the desired size of envelopes, then press [OK]. You can select from the following sizes of envelopes: <COM10>, <Monarch>, <DL>, <ISO-C5>, <ISO- B5>...
  • Page 146: Adjusting Density

    Adjusting Density You can manually adjust the copy exposure to the most appropriate level for the original. The copy tone becomes lighter as the indicator moves to the left, and darker as it moves to the right. The default setting is <0>. Set originals.
  • Page 147 Adjusting Density Use [▼], [▲], [◀], [▶], or Wheel) to adjust the copy density, then press [OK]. – To make dark originals lighter, move the density scale to the left. – To make light originals darker, move the density scale to the right. –...
  • Page 148: Adjusting Base Color

    Adjusting Base Color This mode enables you to adjust or remove the base color of the originals. The default setting is <Off>. Set originals. For details, see “Placing Originals, ” on p. 2-4. Press (Main Menu). Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Copy>, then press [OK].
  • Page 149 Adjusting Density Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the background setting, then press [OK]. ■ If you select <Background Removal>: ① Use [▼], [▲] or <Background Removal>, then press [OK]. ② Press [OK], then skip to step 7. ■...
  • Page 150 Press (Start). If you want to copy multiple originals using the platen glass, set an original and press once for each page. Press (Main Menu) to return to the Main Menu screen. (Start) Adjusting Density 4-21...
  • Page 151: Sided Copying

    2-Sided Copying 2-Sided Copying This mode enables you to make two-sided copies from one-sided or two-sided originals, or make one-sided copies from two-sided originals. This enables you to cut print costs in half when copying in large quantities. The default setting is <Off>. –...
  • Page 152: To 2-sided Copying

    1 to 2-Sided Copying Set originals. For details, see “Placing Originals, ” on p. 2-4. Press (Main Menu). Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Copy>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to display <Various 2-Sided Settings>, then press [OK].
  • Page 153 2-Sided Copying Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Book Type Copy> or <Calendar Type Copy>, then press [OK]. – <Book Type Copy>: The front and back sides of the copy will have the same top-bottom orientation. – <Calendar Type Copy>: The front and back sides of the copy will have the opposite top- bottom orientation.
  • Page 154: To 2-sided Copying

    2 to 2-Sided Copying When you use the feeder to make two-sided copies from two-sided originals, the original size must be LTR, LGL, FLSC, or A4. Set originals. For details, see “Placing Originals, ” on p. 2-4. Press (Main Menu). Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Copy>, then press [OK].
  • Page 155 2-Sided Copying Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Vertical Original> or <Horizontal Original>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Book Type Original> or <Calendar Type Original> for the original layout, then press [OK]. –...
  • Page 156: To 1-sided Copying

    Press (Start). If you want to copy multiple originals using the platen glass, set an original and press once for each page. After scanning all originals, press the right Any key to select <Done>. 2 to 1-Sided Copying When you use the feeder to make one-sided copies from two-sided originals, the original size must be LTR, LGL, FLSC, or A4. Set originals.
  • Page 157 2-Sided Copying Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <2-Sided to 1-Sided>. Press the right Any key to select <Layout Settings>. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Vertical Original> or <Horizontal Original>, then press [OK]. 4-28 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Book Type Original>...
  • Page 158 Press (Start). If you want to copy multiple originals using the platen glass, set an original and press once for each page. After scanning all originals, press the right Any key to select <Done>. Press (Main Menu) to return to the Main Menu screen.
  • Page 159: Enlarge/reduce Images

    Enlarge/Reduce Images Enlarge/Reduce Images You can convert a standard-sized original to a different standard-sized copy (preset zoom), or you can also enlarge or reduce images in 1% increments (custom copy ratio). The default setting is <100% 1:1>. Preset Zoom You can enlarge or reduce originals from one standard paper size to another. Set originals.
  • Page 160 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to display <Copy Ratio Settings>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the zoom ratio, then press [OK]. You can select the preset zoom from the following: – <100% Direct> –...
  • Page 161: Custom Copy Ratio

    Enlarge/Reduce Images Custom Copy Ratio You can reduce or enlarge images by any copy ratio in 1% increments. The available copy ratios are from 50% to 200%. Set originals. For details, see “Placing Originals, ” on p. 2-4. Press (Main Menu). Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Copy>, then press [OK].
  • Page 162 Press (Start). If you want to copy multiple originals using the platen glass, set an original and press once for each page. Press (Main Menu) to return to the Main Menu screen. (Start) Enlarge/Reduce Images 4-33...
  • Page 163: Selecting Image Quality

    Selecting Image Quality Selecting Image Quality You can adjust the image quality of copies according to the types of originals. A correct selection is necessary for the optimal reproduction of the colors of the original. The default setting is <Text/Photo/Map>. –...
  • Page 164 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to display <Original Image Quality Settings>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the image quality, then press [OK]. – <Text/Photo/Map>: For originals that contain text, photos, and maps If you select <Text/Photo/Map>, you can set priority on <Text>...
  • Page 165: Multple Orgnals Onto One Sheet (n On 1)

    Multiple Originals onto One Sheet (N on 1) Multiple Originals onto One Sheet (N on 1) This mode enables you to reduce multiple originals to fit on one sheet of paper (one-sided/ two-sided). You can make well-organized copies by copying multiple originals onto one sheet.
  • Page 166 Set originals. For details, see “Placing Originals, ” on p. 2-4. When placing horizontal (landscape) originals into the feeder in the 2 on 1 mode, place the originals bottom side up. Press (Main Menu). Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Copy>, then press [OK].
  • Page 167 Multiple Originals onto One Sheet (N on 1) Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the original size, then press [OK]. To switch to the A/B Sizes, press the left Any key to select <A/B Sizes>. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the paper source, then press [OK].
  • Page 168: Adjusting Sharpness

    Adjusting Sharpness You can set the sharpness of the copied image. If you want to copy text and lines more clearly, move the sharpness scale to the right. If you want to copy a halftone original such as a picture, move the sharpness scale to the left. The default setting is <0>.
  • Page 169 Adjusting Sharpness – (numeric keys) to enter the desired copy quantity (1 to 99). Press (Start). If you want to copy multiple originals using the platen glass, set an original and press once for each page. Press (Main Menu) to return to the Main Menu screen.
  • Page 170: Erasing Shadows/lines

    Erasing Shadows/Lines Erasing Shadows/Lines This mode enables you to erase shadows and lines that appear when using various types of originals. The following three Frame Erase modes are available: Original Frame Erase, Book Frame Erase, and Binding Erase. The default setting is <Off>. Combinations of the three Frame Erase modes cannot be set.
  • Page 171: Original Frame Erase

    Erasing Shadows/Lines Original Frame Erase This mode erases the dark borders and frame lines that appear around the copy if the original is smaller than the selected paper size. You can also use this mode to create a blank border around the edge of the copy. The Original Frame Erase mode cannot be used with the N on 1 mode.
  • Page 172 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the original size, then press [OK]. To switch to the A/B Sizes, press the left Any key to select <A/B Sizes>. ■ If you want to set the same width for all four borders: ①...
  • Page 173 Erasing Shadows/Lines ③ Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to enter a frame erase width value, then press [OK]. – The default setting is <3/16" (6 mm)>. The maximum original frame erase width that you can set is <1 15/16" (50 mm)>. –...
  • Page 174: Book Frame Erase

    Book Frame Erase This mode erases the dark borders and the center and contour lines that appear when you copy facing pages in a book or bound original onto a single sheet of paper. – The Book Frame Erase mode cannot be used with the N on 1. –...
  • Page 175 Erasing Shadows/Lines Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the original size, then press [OK]. To switch to the A/B Sizes, press the left Any key to select <A/B Sizes>. Enter the each erase width value: ■ If you want to specify the erase width value for center: ①...
  • Page 176 ② Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to enter a frame erase width value, then press [OK]. The default setting is <3/16" (6 mm)>. The maximum original frame erase width that you can set is <1 15/16" (50 mm)>. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Apply Settings>, then press [OK].
  • Page 177: Binding Erase

    Erasing Shadows/Lines Binding Erase This mode erases the shadows that appear on copies from binding holes on originals. – Do not place originals with binding holes into the feeder, as this may damage the originals. – The borders you do not select are attenuated when using this function. –...
  • Page 178 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the original size, then press [OK]. To switch to the inch sizes, press the left Any key to select <A/B Sizes>. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the hole punch location, then press [OK]. To enter values in millimeters, press the left Any key to select <Enter mm>.
  • Page 179 Erasing Shadows/Lines Press (Start). If you want to copy multiple originals using the platen glass, set an original and press once for each page. Press (Main Menu) to return to the Main Menu screen. 4-50 (Start)
  • Page 180: Adjusting Color Balance

    Adjusting Color Balance This mode enables you to adjust the color balance depending on the color of the originals. The adjusted color balance can be stored and named so that you can use them repeatedly. Set documents. For details, see “Placing Originals, ” on p. 2-4. Press (Main Menu).
  • Page 181 Adjusting Color Balance Use [▼], [▲], [◀], [▶] or Wheel) to adjust the strength of each color then, press [OK]. – To weaken the selected color, move the adjust scale to the left. – To heighten the selected color, move the adjust scale to the right.
  • Page 182: Registering Color Balance

    Registering Color Balance This section describes how to register the color balance setting. Up to four different settings can be stored. Press (Main Menu). Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Copy>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to display <Color Adjustment>, then press [OK].
  • Page 183 Adjusting Color Balance Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the memory key that you want to store the color balance setting under, then press the right Any key to select <Register/Erase>. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Register Settings>.
  • Page 184: Recalling Registered Color Balance

    Recalling Registered Color Balance This section describes how to recall registered Color Balance. Press (Main Menu). Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Copy>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to display <Color Adjustment>, then press [OK].
  • Page 185: Deleting Color Balance

    Adjusting Color Balance Deleting Color Balance This section describes how to delete the color balance setting. Press (Main Menu). Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Copy>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to display <Color Adjustment>, then press [OK].
  • Page 186: Collatng Copes

    Collating Copies Collating Copies You can sort copies into sets arranged in page order. This function is useful when making handouts for meetings. The default setting is <Off>. The Collate mode cannot be set if Envelope, Transparency, or Labels is selected as the paper type. 4-57...
  • Page 187 Collating Copies Set originals. For details, see “Placing Originals, ” on p. 2-4. Press (Main Menu). Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Copy>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select display <Finishing Settings>, then press [OK].
  • Page 188: Making Multiple Copies

    Making Multiple Copies This section describes how to make multiple copies. Set documents. For details, see “Placing Originals, ” on p. 2-4. Press (Main Menu). Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Copy>, then press [OK]. Making Multiple Copies Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to display <Number of Copies Settings>,...
  • Page 189: Checkng Current Settngs

    Checking Current Settings Checking Current Settings This section describes how to confirm the current settings. Press (Main Menu). Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Copy>, then press [OK]. Press the right Any key to select <Preview Img.>. Check the current settings, then press the right Any key to select <Done>.
  • Page 190: Frequently Used Settngs

    Frequently Used Settings (Mode Memory) You can set any possible combination of copy modes and store them as a mode memory. There are four mode memories, and they can be assigned names for increased convenience. This feature is useful for storing frequently used copy settings. Even if the power is turned OFF, the copy settings stored in memory keys are not deleted.
  • Page 191 Frequently Used Settings (Mode Memory) Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the mode memory key that you want to store the copy settings under, then press the right Any key to select <Register/ Erase>. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Register Settings>.
  • Page 192: Recalling Mode Memory

    Recalling Mode Memory This section describes how to recall the registered mode memories. Press (Main Menu). Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Copy>, then press [OK]. Press the left Any key to select <Mode Memory>. Frequently Used Settings (Mode Memory) Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the desired mode memory, then press...
  • Page 193: Checking Mode Memory

    Frequently Used Settings (Mode Memory) Checking Mode Memory This section describes how to confirm the registered mode memories. Press (Main Menu). Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Copy>, then press [OK]. Press the left Any key to select <Mode Memory>.
  • Page 194: Deleting Mode Memory

    Deleting Mode Memory This section describes how to delete the copy settings from the mode memory list. Press (Main Menu). Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Copy>, then press [OK]. Press the left Any key to select <Mode Memory>.
  • Page 195: Changng Standard Mode

    Changing Standard Mode Changing Standard Mode The Standard mode is the combination of copy modes that the machine automatically applies when the power is turned ON, or when Standard mode to suit your needs. The default settings are as follows: –...
  • Page 196 Press [OK] to select <Register>. Use [▼] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Yes>, then press [OK]. Press (Main Menu) to return to the Main Menu screen. Changing Standard Mode 4-67...
  • Page 197: Initializing Standard Mode

    Initializing Standard Mode Initializing Standard Mode This section describes how to initialize the current standard mode. Press (Main Menu). Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Copy>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to display <Standard Mode Reg./Initialize>, then press [OK].
  • Page 198: Checkng And Cancelng Copy Jobs/checkng Copy Logs

    Checking and Canceling Copy Jobs/Checking Copy Logs This section describes how to confirm copy jobs/logs, or cancel copy jobs. Checking Copy Jobs You can check the status of a copy job while it is printing or waiting to be processed. Press (Status Monitor/Cancel).
  • Page 199: Canceling Copy Jobs

    Confirming and Canceling Copy Jobs/Confirming Copy Logs Canceling Copy Jobs You can cancel a copy job while it is printing or waiting to be processed. Press (Status Monitor/Cancel). Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Copy>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Job Status>, then press [OK].
  • Page 200: Checking Copy Logs

    Checking Copy Logs You can check copy logs that contain detailed information of finished copy jobs. Press (Status Monitor/Cancel). Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Copy>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Log>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the desired job, then press the left Any...
  • Page 201 Confirming and Canceling Copy Jobs/Confirming Copy Logs 4-72...
  • Page 202: Fax

    Overview of Fax Functions ...5-2 Introduction to Using Fax Functions ...5-4 Methods for Receiving Faxes ...5-4 Selecting the Receive Mode ...5-9 Setting the Current Date and Time ... 5-12 Setting the Type of Telephone Line ... 5-13 Registering the Machine’s Name ... 5-14 Registering Your Machine’s Fax Number...
  • Page 203: Overvew Of Fax Functons

    Overview of Fax Functions Overview of Fax Functions You can send faxes/I-faxes from your computer and use, including using the fax function that supports Super G3. You can also forward received fax/I-fax documents to specified destinations. (p. 5-17) (p. 5-25) (p.
  • Page 204 Overview of Fax Functions (p. 5-30) (p. 5-47) (p. 5-54) (p. 5-49) (p. 5-112) (p. 5-104)
  • Page 205: Introducton To Usng Fax Functons

    Introduction to Using Fax Functions Introduction to Using Fax Functions This section describes the things that you must do before using fax functions. Be sure to set the following items first: Your fax number ● Register your machine’s fax number. (See “Registering Your Machine’s Fax Number, ” on p. 5-16.) Your personal name or company name ●...
  • Page 206 ● Auto RX Mode In this mode, the machine receives documents automatically. Select this mode if you use the machine for fax operations only, and not for voice communications using an external telephone. Before using this mode ● Simply set the receive mode to <Auto RX>. (See “Selecting the Receive Mode, ” on p. 5-9.) When an incoming call is received ●...
  • Page 207 Introduction to Using Fax Functions ● Fax/Tel Auto Swtch Mode In this mode, the machine receives documents automatically for fax calls and the external telephone connected to the machine rings for telephone calls. (If <Incoming Ring> is set to <On>, the external telephone rings for both fax and telephone calls.
  • Page 208: Answer Mode

    ● Answer Mode In this mode, the machine receives documents automatically for fax calls and your answering machine records a message for telephone calls. Before using this mode ● Make sure to do the following: – Connect your external telephone with built-in answering machine to the machine. (See “Introduction of the Machine, ”...
  • Page 209: Manual Rx Mode

    Introduction to Using Fax Functions ● Manual RX Mode In this mode, you can monitor all incoming calls by picking up the handset each time your telephone rings. This mode is a suitable option if you expect to use the machine mainly as a telephone, and only occasionally receive fax documents.
  • Page 210: Selecting The Receive Mode

    ● DRPD Mode DRPD (Distinctive Ring Pattern Detection) service assigns two or more telephone numbers with distinctive ring patterns to a single telephone line, allowing you to have both a fax number(s) and a telephone number(s) using only one telephone line. Your fax will automatically monitor incoming calls and based on the ring pattern, will let you know if the call is a fax or voice call.
  • Page 211 Introduction to Using Fax Functions Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <RX Settings>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Reception Mode Selection>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the desired receive mode, then press [OK].
  • Page 212 ④ Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Fax/Tel Ring Time>, then press [OK]. ⑤ Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to specify the duration (15 to 300 seconds) of ringing, then press [OK]. – You can also use –...
  • Page 213: Setting The Current Date And Time

    Introduction to Using Fax Functions Setting the Current Date and Time You can set the current date and time. The current date and time settings are used as standard timer settings for functions that require them. Press (Main Menu). Press the right Any key to select <Additional Func.>.
  • Page 214: Setting The Type Of Telephone Line

    Setting the Type of Telephone Line Set the type of telephone line that is connected to the machine. If this setting is incorrect, you will be unable to communicate with other machines. Be sure to check the type of telephone line that you are using, and make the correct setting. The default setting is <Tone>.
  • Page 215: Registering The Machine's Name

    Introduction to Using Fax Functions Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Manual>, then press [OK]. Registering the Machine’s Name Your name or company’s name must be registered as the machine’s name. When you send a document, the name that you registered is printed as the sender’s name on the recipient’s paper.
  • Page 216 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Common Settings>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <TX Settings>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Register Unit Name>, then press [OK]. Introduction to Using Fax Functions Use the software keyboard to enter the machine’s name, then press the right Any...
  • Page 217: Registering Your Machine's Fax Number

    Introduction to Using Fax Functions Registering Your Machine’s Fax Number Your machine’s fax number must be registered. When you send a document, the number that you registered is printed on the recipient’s paper. Press (Main Menu). Press the right Any key to select <Additional Func.>.
  • Page 218: Basic Methods For Sending Faxes

    Sending Fax Documents This section describes the settings and procedures for sending fax documents. Basic Methods for Sending Faxes This section describes the flow of sending faxes. Place your originals. Press (Main Menu). Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Send/FAX>, then press [OK].
  • Page 219 Sending Fax Documents Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Set Destination>, then press [OK]. Make the scan settings you require. You can specify the following settings: – <Resolution Settings>: Adjusts the resolution of originals. (See “Selecting Resolution, ” on p.
  • Page 220: Calling The Recipient Before Sending Fax Documents (manual Sending)

    Follow the instructions on the display, then press (Start) once for each original. Calling the Recipient before Sending Fax Documents (Manual Sending) Use manual sending when you want to talk to the recipient before sending a document, or if the recipient does not have a fax machine that can receive automatically.
  • Page 221 Sending Fax Documents Press (Main Menu). Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Send/FAX>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Enter Fax (New)>, then press [OK]. Press the left Any key to select <Hook> or pick up the handset of your external telephone.
  • Page 222: Switching Temporarily To Tone Dialing

    Switching Temporarily to Tone Dialing If your machine is set for pulse dialing, use the procedure below to switch to tone dialing to use information services (e.g., banks, airline reservations, and hotel reservations). To talk to the other party, you will need to connect an external telephone to the machine. Press (Main Menu).
  • Page 223: Dialing An Overseas Number (with Pauses)

    Sending Fax Documents When the recorded message of the information service answers, use [▼], [▲] (Scroll Wheel) to select <Tone> to switch to tone dialing, then press [OK]. – If you are already using this machine with tone dialing, this step is not necessary. –...
  • Page 224 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Enter Fax (New)>, then press [OK]. Enter the international access code using – (numeric keys). If necessary, use [▼], [▲] or Wheel) to select <Pause>, then press [OK]. – You can enter successive pauses within the fax number to make the pause time longer.
  • Page 225 Sending Fax Documents Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the original size, then press [OK]. Press (Start). 5-24 Follow the instructions on the display, then press (Start) once for each original. When scanning is complete, press the right Any key to select <Done>. –...
  • Page 226: Basic Methods For Sending I-faxes

    Basic Methods for Sending I-Faxes This section describes the flow of sending I-faxes. The following conditions are always selected: – Paper Size: LTR This is because the sender does not know whether the recipient’s machine can receive sizes other than LTR. Originals larger than LTR are reduced to LTR size.
  • Page 227 Sending Fax Documents Make the scan settings you require. You can specify the following settings: – <Color/File Format Settings>: Sets <B&W TIFF (Divide into Pages)> or <B&W TIFF (Do Not Divide into Pages)>.* – <Resolution Settings>: Adjusts the resolution of originals. (See “Fax, ” in the e-Manual.) –...
  • Page 228: Basic Methods For Sending Pc Faxes

    Follow the instructions on the display, then press (Start) once for each original. Basic Methods for Sending PC Faxes This section describes the flow of sending PC faxes. Faxing methods may differ depending on the application you are using. For details, see the instruction manuals provided with the application software.
  • Page 229 Sending Fax Documents Specify recipient name and fax number in the [Sending Settings] sheet → click [Add to Recipient List]. – The number of recipients to which you can send simultaneously depends on the conditions of cover sheet attachment. For more information, click [Help] in the bottom right- hand corner of the fax driver window to view the online help.
  • Page 230: Cancelng Sendng Fax Documents

    Canceling Sending Fax Documents Follow this procedure to cancel a transmission in progress. Press (Status Monitor/Cancel) during transmission. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Fax>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Send Job Status>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the job you want to cancel, then press the...
  • Page 231: Specifying A New Fax Number

    Specifying Destinations Specifying Destinations This section describes how to specify a fax destination. You can select a destination stored in the Address Book or a one-touch, or specify a new destination. – If <Restrict New Addresses> in <Restrict the Send Function> in <System Management Set.> under <Additional Func.> is set to <On>, you can only specify a destination using <Address Book>...
  • Page 232 Enter a fax number using (numeric keys). You can enter up to 120 characters for the fax number. Details of each item are shown below. – <Set Destination>: Set the desired destination. – <Backspace>: Delete the last number entered. – <Pause>: Insert a pause of several seconds in the fax number you are dialing.
  • Page 233: Using The Address Book

    Specifying Destinations ② Check the destination you want to clear is selected, then press the left Any key to select <Erase>. Using the Address Book You must specify the destination to send documents. A maximum of 300 (200 for the Color imageCLASS MF8450c) destinations (including 200 one-touch destinations) can be stored.
  • Page 234 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the desired destination, then press [OK]. The icons displayed on the Address Book are: – : Fax – : E-mail – : I-Fax – : File Server : Group – You can select multiple destinations at a time. –...
  • Page 235: Using The One-touch

    Specifying Destinations ③ Specify a destination again. Using the One-Touch You can specify up to 200 destinations in one-touch. Follow the procedure below to start a transmission and send a document using one-touch. – To use this feature, you must first register destinations in one-touch. (See “Registering Fax Numbers in One-Touch, ” on p. 3-26.) –...
  • Page 236 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the desired destination, then press [OK]. You can select multiple destinations at a time. To cancel a selected destination, select the destination again to clear the check mark. Press the right Any key to select <Set>. ■...
  • Page 237: Using The Group Addresses

    Specifying Destinations Using the Group Addresses Group address enables you to specify a group of registered destinations in the Address Book or one-touch. This is useful if you want to send the same document to several destinations. You can register up to 299 (199 for the Color imageCLASS MF8450c) destinations in one group.
  • Page 238 ■ If you want to clear the specified destination: ① Press the left Any key to select <Confirm/ Erase>. ● Specfyng a Group from the One-Touch Press (Main Menu). Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Send/FAX>, then press [OK]. Specifying Destinations ②...
  • Page 239 Specifying Destinations Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the desired group which is made up of several destinations, then press [OK]. You can select multiple destinations at a time. To cancel a selected destination, select the destination again to clear the check mark. Press the right Any key to select <Set>.
  • Page 240: Sending Originals To More Than One Location (broadcasting)

    Sending Originals to More Than One Location (Broadcasting) Broadcasting enables you to send the same document to multiple recipients. – A maximum of 301 (201 for the Color imageCLASS MF8450c) destinations can be specified at the same time. (Out of the 301 or 201 destinations, one new destination can be specified.) If you specify a group of several destinations, each destination is counted as a separate address.
  • Page 241 Specifying Destinations Repeat step 4 and 5 until all the destinations are set. – Only one new destination can be specified. If you add destinations, specify them from Address Book. – You cannot specify the detail settings for each destination. Press (Start).
  • Page 242: Selectng Resoluton

    Selecting Resolution You can specify the resolution before scanning the original. The default setting is <200 × 200 dpi (Fine)>. – The maximum size of an image that you can send at a resolution of 400 x 400 dpi is LGL. –...
  • Page 243: Adjustng Densty

    Adjusting Density Adjusting Density You can adjust the density to the most appropriate level for the original manually. Manual Exposure Adjustment You can manually adjust the scan exposure to the most appropriate level for the original. For details on how to send the documents, see “Basic Methods for Sending Faxes, ” on p. 5-17. Press (Main Menu).
  • Page 244: Adjusting Base Color

    Adjusting Base Color This mode enables you to erase the background color of the original when scanning. This mode is especially useful for scanning originals such as catalogs and paper, that have turned yellow from age. For details on how to send the documents, see “Basic Methods for Sending Faxes, ” on p. 5-17. Press (Main Menu).
  • Page 245 Adjusting Density Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select background setting, then press [OK]. – <Off>: Does not erase the background color of the original. – <Background Removal>: If you want to erase the background color of the original, following step is not necessary.
  • Page 246: Selectng Image Qualty

    Selecting Image Quality You can manually select the original type according to the type of image that you are scanning. The default setting is <Text/Photo>. – Combinations of these three modes (Text/Photo, Photo, and Text) cannot be selected at the same time. If you select one of these modes, the previously set mode is canceled.
  • Page 247 Selecting Image Quality Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the image quality, then press [OK]. – <Text/Photo>: This mode is best suited for scanning originals containing both text and photos such as magazines or catalogs. – <Text>: This mode is best suited for scanning text originals.
  • Page 248: 2-sided Original

    2-Sided Original You can set the machine to automatically turn over 2-sided originals that are placed in the feeder, and scan each side separately. The default setting is <Off>. – The 2-sided original mode cannot be used when sending a fax document in the direct sending or manual sending mode. –...
  • Page 249 2-Sided Original Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the type of original, then press [OK]. – <Off>: 1-sided originals are scanned. – <Book Type Original>: The front and back sides of the original have the same top- bottom orientation. –...
  • Page 250: Sending Originals At A Preset Time (delayed Sending)

    Sending Originals at a Preset Time (Delayed Sending) The delayed sending mode enables you to store a send job in memory, and have it sent at a later time. The default setting is <Off>. – You can reserve up to 70 jobs for the delayed sending. However, the actual number of jobs that can be reserved may be less than 70, depending on the following conditions: •...
  • Page 251 Sending Originals at a Preset Time (Delayed Sending) Specify a destination. For details about how to specify destinations, see “Specifying Destinations, ” on p. 5-30. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to display <Delayed TX Settings>, then press [OK]. Enter the send time using (numeric keys), then press [OK].
  • Page 252 Press (Start). Follow the instructions on the display, then press (Start) once for each original. When scanning is complete, press the right Any key to select <Done>. – Scanning starts, and the scanned data is sent to the specified destination when scanning is complete.
  • Page 253: Direct Sending

    Direct Sending Direct Sending The machine sends each page of the document to the destination as it is scanned. The default setting is <Off>. – If you do not select direct sending mode, memory sending mode is used. – With direct sending mode, you can send a document of two or more pages only when using the feeder. You can only send one page at a time when you place your original on the platen glass.
  • Page 254 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Off> or <On>, then press [OK]. – <Off>: Send after all pages are scanned. – <On>: Send each page as it is scanned. Press (Start). – Scanning starts if the original is placed in the feeder, and the scanned data is sent to the specified destination when scanning is complete.
  • Page 255: Favortes

    Favorites Favorites You can set any possible combination of send settings and register them as favorites in memory. You can register up to 4 favorites. This feature is useful for registering frequently used send settings. – The send settings registered as favorites in memory are not erased, even if the power is turned OFF. –...
  • Page 256 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the favorites you want to register, then press the right Any key to select <Register/Erase>. Keys registered as favorites are displayed with icons. You can also check the settings stored in the favorites by pressing the left Any key to select <Details>.
  • Page 257 Favorites ● Regsterng Favortes from the Send Settngs Screen Press (Main Menu). Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Send/FAX>, then press [OK]. Specify a destination. For details about how to specify destinations, see “Specifying Destinations, ” on p. 5-30. 5-56 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to...
  • Page 258 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Register Settings>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <No> or <Yes> or <Details>, then press [OK]. To store the current settings, select <Yes>. To cancel storing the settings, select <No>. If you select a key that has settings stored, select <Yes>...
  • Page 259: Erasing Favorites

    Favorites Erasing Favorites You can erase the settings from the Select Send Type screen or from the Send Settings screen. ● Erasng Favortes from the Select Send Type Screen Press (Main Menu). Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel)) to select <Send/FAX>, then press [OK]. Press the left Any key to select <Favorites>.
  • Page 260 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel)) to select <Erase>, then press [OK]. Make sure to check the settings first before erasing them. ● Erasng Favortes from the Send Settngs Screen Press (Main Menu). Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Send/FAX>, then press [OK].
  • Page 261 Favorites Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to display <Register Favorites>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the favorites you want to erase, then press the right Any key to select <Register/Erase>. Keys registered as favorites are displayed with icons.
  • Page 262: Using The Favorites

    Using the Favorites If you frequently send documents with the same document settings to the same destination, store these settings in a favorites. Then, when you need to specify the destination, all you have to do is select the favorites containing your stored document settings and the desired destination, and send your document.
  • Page 263: Checking Settings For Recalled Favorites

    Favorites Checking Settings for Recalled Favorites This mode enables you to check detail settings for favorites. You can check the settings from the Select Send Type screen or from the Send Settings screen. – To use this feature, you must first register the desired document settings and destinations in favorites. (See “Registering Favorites, ” on p.
  • Page 264 ● Checkng Favortes from the Send Settngs Screen Press (Main Menu). Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Send/FAX>, then press [OK]. Specify a destination. For details about how to specify destinations, see “Specifying Destinations, ” on p. 5-30. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to display <Register Favorites >, then press...
  • Page 265: Job Recall

    Job Recall Job Recall You can recall the last three addresses, scan settings, and send settings which have been set in the <Log>, and then send your documents. – The settings such as destinations, scan settings and send settings are stored in a log. The actions below after you change settings are not recorded in a log: •...
  • Page 266 ■ If you select a log in which a destination is stored: The Send Settings screen appears. ① Confirm the settings. ■ If you select a log in which a destination is not stored: The Select Send Type screen appears. ①...
  • Page 267 Job Recall Follow the instructions on the display, then press (Start) once for each original. When scanning is complete, press the right Any key to select <Done>. – Scanning starts, and the scanned data is sent to the specified destination when scanning is complete.
  • Page 268: Ecm Transmsson

    ECM Transmission ECM (Error Correction Mode) is a mode that automatically detects and corrects fax transmission errors resulting from telephone line noise. ECM reduces errors when sending faxes in a poor telephone line condition. The default setting is <On>. – To communicate using ECM, make sure this mode is activated in both the sending and receiving machines.
  • Page 269 ECM Transmission Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <ECM TX>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Off> or <On>, then press [OK]. – <Off>: Does not use ECM. – <On>: Uses ECM. Press (Main Menu) to return to the Main Menu screen.
  • Page 270: Adjustng The Pause Tme

    Adjusting the Pause Time Some overseas dialing may be affected by the distance or complex routing of connections when dialing the international access code, country code, and the destination’s telephone number all at once. In such cases, insert a pause after the international access code. When the machine dials the number, it will pause where the pause was inserted in the number.
  • Page 271 Adjusting the Pause Time Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Set Pause Time>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to set the pause time, then press [OK]. You can also use – the pause time. Press (Main Menu) to return to the Main Menu screen.
  • Page 272: Redialing Automatically When The Line Is Busy (auto Redial)

    Redialing Automatically When the Line Is Busy (Auto Redial) Auto Redial enables the machine to automatically redial the recipient’s fax number if the recipient cannot be reached due to a busy line, or if a sending error occurs. Auto Redial can be turned on or off. If you set Auto Redial to on, you can set how many times the machine redials, the redial interval, and whether the document should be resent due to an error.
  • Page 273 Redialing Automatically When the Line Is Busy (Auto Redial) Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <TX Settings>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Auto-redial>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Off>...
  • Page 274 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Redial Time>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to set the redial interval, then press [OK]. You can also use – (numeric keys) to set the redial interval. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <TX Error Redial>, then press [OK].
  • Page 275: Checkng The Dal Tone Before Sendng

    If you are sending a fax document from your machine at the same time another fax machine (made by a company other than Canon) is trying to send you a fax, your fax document may end up being redirected to that fax machine, instead of the original destination you had intended.
  • Page 276 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Check Tone Before Sending>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Off> or <On>, then press [OK]. Press (Main Menu) to return to the Main Menu screen. Checking the Dial Tone before Sending 5-75...
  • Page 277: Standard Send Settngs

    Standard Send Settings Standard Send Settings This mode enables you to change the standard settings for the send function. Storing the Standard Send Settings You can store the standard send settings. The default settings are as follows: – <Resolution Settings>: 200 –...
  • Page 278 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Change Send Func. Mode>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Register>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the desired setting item, then press [OK]. You can specify the following settings: –...
  • Page 279: Restoring The Standard Send Settings To Their Default

    Standard Send Settings Restoring the Standard Send Settings to Their Default You can restore the standard send settings to their default settings. All settings including <Color/File Format Settings> are restored to their default settings. Press (Main Menu). Press the right Any key to select <Additional Func.>.
  • Page 280 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <No> or <Yes>, then press [OK]. Press (Main Menu) to return to the Main Menu screen. Standard Send Settings 5-79...
  • Page 281: Printing The Tx Terminal Id

    Printing the TX Terminal ID Printing the TX Terminal ID The TX Terminal ID setting enables you to specify whether the Terminal ID information is printed at the top of every document that you send via fax. Information such as your fax number and name is printed, enabling the recipient to know who sent the document.
  • Page 282 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <TX Terminal ID>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Off> or <On>, then press [OK]. – <Off>: Does not print the Terminal ID information. If you select <Off> and press [OK], go to step 13.
  • Page 283 Printing the TX Terminal ID Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <FAX> or <TEL>, then press [OK]. – <FAX>: “FAX” is printed before the fax number. – <TEL>: “TEL” is printed before the telephone number. Press (Main Menu) to return to the Main Menu screen.
  • Page 284: Adjustng Sharpness

    Adjusting Sharpness This mode enables you to scan original images with a sharper or softer contrast. The default setting is <0>. Press (Main Menu). Press the right Any key to select <Additional Func.>. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Communications Settings>, then press [OK].
  • Page 285 Adjusting Sharpness Use [◀], [▶] or (Scroll Wheel) to slide the indicator towards <Low> or <High>, then press [OK]. – <Low>: To scan originals containing printed images or other halftones, the setting should be towards <Low>. This setting lessens the moiré...
  • Page 286: Specifying What To Display On The Screen For A Send Operation

    Specifying What to Display on the Screen for a Send Operation This mode enables you to specify what screen is displayed for a send operation. When you select <Send/FAX> on the Main Menu screen and press [OK], the screen specified here is displayed for a send operation.
  • Page 287 Specifying What to Display on the Screen for a Send Operation Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Default Screen for Send>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the initial screen, then press [OK]. –...
  • Page 288: Restoring The Send Function Settings To Their Default

    Restoring the Send Function Settings to Their Default You can restore almost all of the Send Function Settings to their default settings. You cannot initialize <Register Unit Name> and <Retry Times>. (<Retry Times> is disabled for the fax functions.) Press (Main Menu).
  • Page 289 Restoring the Send Function Settings to Their Default Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Initialize TX Settings>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <No> or <Yes>, then press [OK]. Press (Main Menu) to return to the Main Menu screen.
  • Page 290: Send Start Speed

    Send Start Speed This function enables you to change the send start speeds, which is useful when there is difficulty initiating the sending of a document. The default setting is <33600 bps>. Press (Main Menu). Press the right Any key to select <Additional Func.>.
  • Page 291 Send Start Speed Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the desired start speed, then press [OK]. If your document transmission is slow in starting, this may mean that the telephone lines in your area are in poor condition. Select a slower speed.
  • Page 292: Sdes Of Paper

    Printing Received Documents on Both Sides of Paper You can print received documents on both sides of the paper you select. This enables you to save paper. The default setting is <Off>. Press (Main Menu). Press the right Any key to select <Additional Func.>.
  • Page 293 Printing Received Documents on Both Sides of Paper Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Off> or <On>, then press [OK]. Press (Main Menu) to return to the Main Menu screen. 5-92...
  • Page 294: Reducing A Received Document

    Reducing a Received Document You can set the machine to automatically reduce received documents so that the whole document is printed within the printable area of the paper. The default settings are as follows: – <Receive Reduction>: On – <RX Reduction>: Auto –...
  • Page 295 Reducing a Received Document Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Receive Reduction>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Off> or <On>. – <Off>: Does not reduce received documents. If you select <Off>, press [OK], then go to step –...
  • Page 296 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Reduce Direction>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Vertical and Horizontal> or <Vertical Only>, then press [OK]. – <Vertical and Horizontal>: The image is reduced in both the vertical and horizontal directions.
  • Page 297: Printing Footer Information On A Received Document

    Printing Footer Information on a Received Document Printing Footer Information on a Received Document You can set whether the machine prints the date, day, and time received, transaction number, and page number at the bottom of the received document. The default setting is <Off>. Press (Main Menu).
  • Page 298 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Off> or <On>, then press [OK]. Press (Main Menu) to return to the Main Menu screen. Printing Footer Information on a Received Document 5-97...
  • Page 299: Specifying The Way Of Printing When Toner Is Low

    Specifying the Way of Printing When Toner Is Low Specifying the Way of Printing When Toner Is This function enables you to continue printing your current jobs when the toner is low. The default setting is <Off>. When <Toner Out Continuous Print> is set to <On>, the printed documents may be light or blurred because of lack of toner. The data is erased when the documents are printed out, so you cannot print the same documents again.
  • Page 300 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Toner Out Continuous Print>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Off> or <On>, then press [OK]. Press (Main Menu) to return to the Main Menu screen. Specifying the Way of Printing When Toner Is Low 5-99...
  • Page 301: Ecm Reception

    ECM Reception ECM Reception ECM (Error Correction Mode) is a mode that automatically detects and corrects fax transmission errors resulting from telephone line noise. ECM reduces errors when receiving faxes in a poor telephone line condition. The default setting is <On>. –...
  • Page 302 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <ECM RX>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Off> or <On>, then press [OK]. Press (Main Menu) to return to the Main Menu screen. ECM Reception 5-101...
  • Page 303: Setting The Incoming Ring Tone

    Setting the Incoming Ring Tone Setting the Incoming Ring Tone This function enables you to activate the ring alert of the external telephone when the machine receives a fax or telephone call in the Auto RX or Fax/Tel Auto Switch mode. The default settings are as follows: –...
  • Page 304 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Incoming Ring>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Off> or <On>. – <Off>: Incoming tone does not ring. If you select <Off>, press [OK], then go to step 9. –...
  • Page 305: Receiving Documents Manually With An External Telephone (remote Reception)

    Receiving Documents Manually with an External Telephone (Remote Reception) Receiving Documents Manually with an External Telephone (Remote Reception) You can connect one external telephone to the machine. When the telephone rings with the machine in the Manual RX mode, you can use the external telephone to start receiving the document without walking over to the machine.
  • Page 306: Receiving Documents With The Remote Reception

    Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Remote RX>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <On>, then press [OK]. Receiving Documents with the Remote Reception Follow this procedure to receive fax documents using the remote reception. Before using the remote reception to receive fax documents, make sure the followings: –...
  • Page 307: Adjusting The Auto Switch Time For The Manual Rx Mode

    Adjusting the Auto Switch Time for the Manual RX Mode Adjusting the Auto Switch Time for the Manual RX Mode This function enables you to set the machine to switch to document receive mode after ringing for a specified length of time in the Manual RX mode. The default setting is <Off>.
  • Page 308 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <On>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to set the amount of time the machine waits before automatically switching to the document receive mode, then press [OK]. You can also use –...
  • Page 309: Rejecting Incoming Faxes From The Unidentified Senders

    Rejecting Incoming Faxes from the Unidentified Senders Rejecting Incoming Faxes from the Unidentified Senders This function enables you to reject incoming faxes from senders who do not transmit their fax numbers (telephone numbers) to your machine. This can be useful when you do not want to receive direct mail (DM).
  • Page 310 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Off> or <On>, then press [OK]. – <Off>: Does not reject to receive faxes from unknown senders. – <On>: Rejects to receive faxes from unknown senders. Press (Main Menu) to return to the Main Menu screen.
  • Page 311: Receive Start Speed

    Receive Start Speed Receive Start Speed This function enables you to change the receive start speeds, which is useful when there is difficulty initiating the receiving of a document. The default setting is <33600 bps>. Press (Main Menu). Press the right Any key to select <Additional Func.>.
  • Page 312 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the desired start speed, then press [OK]. If your document reception is slow in starting, this may mean that the telephone lines in your area are in poor condition. Select a slower speed.
  • Page 313: Receiving Documents In Memory Without Printing Out (memory Lock Reception)

    Receiving Documents in Memory without Printing Out (Memory Lock Reception) Receiving Documents in Memory without Printing Out (Memory Lock Reception) Normally a document prints as soon as you receive it. However, there may be occasions when you want the machine to store all documents in memory until you are ready to print them.
  • Page 314 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Off> or <On>. – <Off>: Does not use the memory lock reception mode. If you select <Off>, press [OK], then go to step 12. – <On>: Uses the memory lock reception mode. If you select <On>, press the right Any key to select <Option>, then go to the next step.
  • Page 315 Receiving Documents in Memory without Printing Out (Memory Lock Reception) Set the time for the machine to enter and leave the Memory Lock mode. If you want to specify the Memory Lock Time settings, use [▼], [▲] or select <Specify>, then press [OK]. If you do not want to specify the Memory Lock Time settings, select <No>, select <Do Not Specify>, then press [OK].
  • Page 316: Printing All Documents Stored In The Memory Lock Reception Mode

    Printing All Documents Stored in the Memory Lock Reception Mode Follow this procedure to print documents received when the machine is in the memory lock reception mode. Press (Main Menu). Press the right Any key to select <Additional Func.>. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <System Management Set.>, then press [OK].
  • Page 317 Printing All Documents Stored in the Memory Lock Reception Mode Use [▼], [▲] or <Off>, then press [OK]. The received documents are printed. Press (Main Menu) to return to the Main Menu screen. 5-116 (Scroll Wheel) to select...
  • Page 318: Forwarding Received Fax Documents

    Forwarding Received Fax Documents This machine enables you to automatically forward received fax documents to any desired destination. If a received document matches the specified forwarding conditions, it is forwarded to the specified destination. Received documents that do not match the forwarding conditions can also be forwarded to any desired destination.
  • Page 319 Forwarding Received Fax Documents Use [▼], [▲] or <Forwarding Settings>, then press [OK]. Press the left Any key to select <Menu>. Use [▼], [▲] or <Register>, then press [OK]. 5-118 (Scroll Wheel) to select (Scroll Wheel) to select Use the software keyboard to enter a name for the forwarding condition, then press the right Any key to select <Set>.
  • Page 320 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the forwarding condition, then press [OK]. The available forwarding conditions are: – <disregard>: Disregards the Fax Number information as a forwarding condition. – <Does Not Exist>: Forwards the document if the Fax Number information does not exist. –...
  • Page 321 Forwarding Received Fax Documents Use [▼], [▲] or the forwarding destination, then press [OK]. – You cannot select multiple destinations at the same time. To forward to multiple destinations, select a group address. – You can use [◀] or [▶] to restrict the displayed range of destinations.
  • Page 322 If you want to separate multiple images and send them as separate files, each of which consists of only one page, use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <On>, then press [OK] twice. If you want to send multiple images as a single file without dividing them, use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Off>, then press [OK] twice.
  • Page 323 Forwarding Received Fax Documents Use [▼], [▲] or <System Management Set.>, then press [OK]. If the System Manager ID and System Password have been set, enter the System Manager ID and System Password using then press (Log In/Out). Use [▼], [▲] or <Forwarding Settings>, then press [OK].
  • Page 324 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the forwarding destination, then press [OK]. – You cannot select multiple destinations at the same time. To forward to multiple destinations, select a group address. – You can use [◀] or [▶] to restrict the displayed range of destinations.
  • Page 325 Forwarding Received Fax Documents If you want to separate multiple images and send them as separate files, each of which consists of only one page, use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <On>, then press [OK] twice. If you want to send multiple images as a single file without dividing them, use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Off>, then press [OK] twice.
  • Page 326 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Forwarding Settings>, then press [OK]. ● Erasng Forwardng Settngs You can erase forwarding settings that have been stored. Press (Main Menu). Press the right Any key to select <Additional Func.>. Forwarding Received Fax Documents Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the desired forwarding setting, then press...
  • Page 327 Forwarding Received Fax Documents Use [▼], [▲] or <Forwarding Settings>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or the forwarding setting you want to erase. Press the left Any key to select <Menu>. Use [▼], [▲] or <Erase>, then press [OK]. 5-126 (Scroll Wheel) to select (Scroll Wheel) to select...
  • Page 328 ● Prntng Forwardng Settngs You can print a list of the stored forwarding settings. Press (Main Menu). Press the right Any key to select <Additional Func.>. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <System Management Set.>, then press [OK]. If the System Manager ID and System Password have been set, enter the System Manager ID and System Password using...
  • Page 329 Forwarding Received Fax Documents ● Checkng/Changng Forwardng Settngs You can check or change forwarding settings that have been stored. Press (Main Menu). Press the right Any key to select <Additional Func.>. Use [▼], [▲] or <System Management Set.>, then press [OK].
  • Page 330: Sending Documents In Memory To A Different Destination

    Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Details/Edit>, then press [OK]. Sending Documents in Memory to a Different Destination You can redirect the fax documents received in memory to the specified destination. Press (Status Monitor/Cancel). Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Fax>, then press [OK].
  • Page 331 Forwarding Received Fax Documents Press the left Any key to select <Details>. Press the left Any key to select <Forward>. Use [▼], [▲] or the destination, then press the right Any key to select <Start>. – You can use [◀] or [▶] to restrict the displayed range of destinations.
  • Page 332: Handling Documents With Forwarding Errors

    Handling Documents with Forwarding Errors You can set how the machine handles the documents that failed to be forwarded. The default settings are as follows: <Print Image>: On – – <Store Image to Memory>: Off – If a forwarding error occurs when all of <Print Image>, <Store Image to Memory>, and <Memory Lock Settings> are set to <Off>, the received documents will be lost.
  • Page 333 Forwarding Received Fax Documents Use [▼], [▲] or <Off> or <On>, then press [OK]. – <Off >: Does not print the image. – <On>: Prints out the image if forwarding fails. Use [▼], [▲] or <Store Image to Memory>, then press [OK].
  • Page 334: Resending Documents With Forwarding Errors

    Resending Documents with Forwarding Errors You can resend the fax documents that the machine failed to forward. Documents with forwarding errors are stored in memory only if <Store Image to Memory> is set to <On> in <Forwarding Error Settings> in <System Management Set.>. (See “Handling Documents with Forwarding Errors, ” on p. 5-131.) Press (Status Monitor/Cancel).
  • Page 335 Forwarding Received Fax Documents Use [▼], [▲] or the destination, then press the right Any key to select <Start>. – You can use [◀] or [▶] to restrict the displayed range of destinations. – To be able to select a forwarding destination, it is necessary to register destinations in the Address Book beforehand.
  • Page 336: Checking/changing The Status Of Documents With Forwarding Errors

    Checking/Changing the Status of Documents with Forwarding Errors You can check the details of fax documents that the machine failed to forward. You can also erase and print those documents. Documents with forwarding errors are stored in memory only if <Store Image to Memory> is set to <On> in <Forwarding Error Settings>...
  • Page 337 Forwarding Received Fax Documents ④ Check the details of the selected job, then press the right Any key to select <Done>. ■ If you want to erase a document with a forwarding error: ① Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the job you want to erase.
  • Page 338 ③ Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Print>, then press [OK]. ④ Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <No> or <Yes>, then press [OK]. To print multiple document, select and print one document at a time. Press (Main Menu) to return to the Main Menu screen.
  • Page 339: Checking/changing The Status Of Fax Documents In Memory

    Checking/Changing the Status of Fax Documents in Memory Checking/Changing the Status of Fax Documents in Memory The System Monitor screen enables you to view and change the status of fax documents in memory. Checking/Deleting Fax Transmission Documents You can check the detailed information of fax documents currently being sent or waiting to be sent, then delete unwanted documents as necessary.
  • Page 340 ■ If you want to erase the selected job: ① Press the right Any key to select <Done>, then go to the next step. ■ If you complete this procedure: ① Go to step 8. Make sure that the job you want to erase is selected, then press the right Any key to select <Cancel>.
  • Page 341: Checking/deleting Fax Reception Documents

    Checking/Changing the Status of Fax Documents in Memory Checking/Deleting Fax Reception Documents You can check the detailed information of fax documents currently being received or waiting to be received, then delete unwanted documents as necessary. You can also forward received documents in memory to a desired destination.
  • Page 342: Checking/printing The Fax Log

    ■ If you complete this procedure: ① Go to step 8. You can forward the selected job to another destination by pressing the left Any key to select <Forward>. For information on forwarding received documents, see “Sending Documents in Memory to a Different Destination, ” on p. 5-129. Make sure that the job you want to erase is selected, then press the right Any key to select <Erase>.
  • Page 343 Checking/Changing the Status of Fax Documents in Memory Use [▼], [▲] or the job whose detailed information you want to check, then press the left Any key to select <Details>. Check the details of the selected job, then press the right Any key to select <Done>. If you want to print a list of transaction results, press the right Any key to select <Print List>.
  • Page 344: E-mail

    E-mail This chapter describes how to use e-mail functions. Overview of E-Mail Functions ...6-2 Introduction to Using E-Mail Functions ...6-4 Basic E-Mail Operations ...6-5 Sending E-Mail Documents ...6-5 Canceling Sending E-Mail Documents ...6-7 Chapter...
  • Page 345: Overview Of E-mail Functions

    Overview of E-Mail Functions Overview of E-Mail Functions You can send scanned documents as e-mail attachments. You can also print out received e-mail messages.
  • Page 346 Overview of E-Mail Functions...
  • Page 347: Introduction To Using E-mail Functions

    Intrduction to Using E-Mail Functions Introduction to Using E-Mail Functions This machine enables you to send scanned documents to an e-mail application. Scanned documents are converted to file formats such as TIFF and are transmitted as an e-mail attachment to the recipient’s e-mail application. This section describes the things that you must do before using e-mail functions.
  • Page 348: Basic E-mail Operations

    Basic E-Mail Operations This section describes the basic procedures for sending e-mails and canceling a transmission in progress. Sending E-Mail Documents This section describes the flow of sending e-mails. Place your originals. Press (Main Menu). Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Send/FAX>, then press [OK].
  • Page 349 Basic E-Mail Operations Make the scan settings you require. You can specify the following settings: <Color/File Format Settings>: Specifies the – color type of originals and the file format for sending. (See “E-mail, ” in the e-Manual.) – <Resolution Settings>: Adjusts the resolution of originals.
  • Page 350: Canceling Sending E-mail Documents

    Follow the instructions on the display, then press (Start) once for each original. Canceling Sending E-Mail Documents Follow this procedure to cancel a transmission in progress. Press (Status Monitor/Cancel) during transmission. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Send/Store>, then press [OK]. Basic E-Mail Operations When scanning is complete, press the right Any key to select <Done>.
  • Page 351 Basic E-Mail Operations Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the job you want to cancel, then press the right Any key to select <Cancel>. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <No> or <Yes>, then press [OK]. Press (Main Menu) to return to the Main Menu screen.
  • Page 352 Printing This chapter describes the basic print features. Overview of Print Functions ...7-2 Introduction to Using Print Functions ...7-4 Printing Documents from Computer ...7-5 Scaling Documents ...7-7 Printing Multiple Pages on One Sheet ...7-9 2-Sided Printing ...7-10 Printing from Memory Media (Direct Print) ...7-11 Memory Media Supported by This Machine ...
  • Page 353: Overview Of Print Functions

    Overview of Print Functions Overview of Print Functions You can print on both sides of paper or use the mode that reduces multiple pages to fit onto one sheet of paper. You can also print out data from a memory medium inserted into the slot of the machine.
  • Page 354 Overview of Print Functions (p. 7-7) (p. 7-10) (p. 7-9)
  • Page 355: Introduction To Using Print Functions

    – If you are using a shared printer in the Print Server (Point and Print) environment, it is necessary to install the Canon Driver Information Assist Service in the server PC in order to set up the printer configuration automatically or to use the Job Accounting feature. For instructions on how to install the Canon Driver Information Assist Service, see “Set Up Computers and Software”...
  • Page 356: Printing Documents From Computer

    – If you are using a shared printer in the Print Server (Point and Print) environment, it is necessary to install the Canon Driver Information Assist Service in the server PC in order to set up the printer configuration automatically or to use the Job Accounting feature.
  • Page 357 Printing Documents from Computer Configure the required settings in the printer driver screen. Click [Print]. Printing begins.
  • Page 358: Scaling Documents

    Scaling Documents You can enlarge or reduce documents to match the output paper size, such as reducing a document created in LTR size to print on STMT, or enlarging a document created in STMT size to print on LTR. There are two methods for scaling a document: select the output size of the document to scale it automatically, or specify the scaling value manually.
  • Page 359 Scaling Documents Select output size of the document from [Output Size]. The document is scaled automatically according to the settings made in [Page Size] and [Output Size]. If you want to increase or decrease the magnification manually, select [Manual Scaling] → specify the scaling ratio for [Scaling].
  • Page 360: Printing Multiple Pages On One Sheet

    Printing Multiple Pages on One Sheet This mode enables you to reduce multiple pages to fit onto one sheet of paper. You can make well-organized documents by editing multiple materials onto one sheet. And you can cut down print costs by saving papers, and it is also useful for saving space. –...
  • Page 361: 2-sided Printing

    2-Sided Printing 2-Sided Printing This mode enables you to make two-sided printing. You can cut down print costs by half when copying in large quantities. – The page sizes for which two-sided printing is available differ according to printer model. For details, click [Help] in the bottom right-hand corner of the printer driver window to view the Online Help.
  • Page 362: Printing From Memory Media (direct Print)

    Printing from Memory Media (Direct Print) You can print data from a memory medium, such as a SD card by directly inserting it into the machine and selecting the desired image on the display. You do not need to connect the machine to your computer.
  • Page 363: Data Supported By This Machine

    Printing from Memory Media (Direct Print) USB Memory/Memory cards that can be directly inserted into the slot: Memory cards that can be inserted in the slot using an adapter: If one of the following memory cards is inserted without an adapter, the card may get stuck in the slot. Be sure to attach an adapter to the memory card before inserting it into the slot.
  • Page 364: Inserting Memory Media

    Inserting Memory Media – When a memory medium is inserted into the slot, the access lamp lights up. Do not touch the memory medium at this point because the machine is accessing to the data in the memory medium. Doing so may damage the machine and the memory media. –...
  • Page 365: Removing Memory Media

    Printing from Memory Media (Direct Print) Media Type – Compact Flash (CF) Card – Microdrive Be sure to attach the memory medium to the special adapter before inserting it into the slot. Use “SD Card Adapter” Provided with the card. Removing Memory Media Do not remove the memory medium when the access lamp is blinking.
  • Page 366 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the memory medium that stores the data that you want to print, then press [OK]. If you want to print an index of all the files in the selected memory medium, see “Index Printing, ”...
  • Page 367 Printing from Memory Media (Direct Print) Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the data that you want to print, then press [OK]. – In the <Image Display> mode, the screen below appears. Use [◀], [▶] or Wheel) to select the data that you want to print, then press [OK].
  • Page 368 – <Copies>: Selects print quantity. – <Print Date>: Prints the shooting date on data. To make this setting, see the detailed procedures in the next page. – <Print File Name>: Prints the file name on data. To make this setting, see the detailed procedures in the next page.
  • Page 369 Printing from Memory Media (Direct Print) ■ If you select <Print Date> or <Print File Name>: – Only JPEG data can be printed. Even if the selected files contain TIFF data, only JPEG data is printed. – The file name can consist of up to 20 characters.
  • Page 370 Press the right Any key to select <Index Print>. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the desired memory medium, then press [OK]. – You can not select multiple memory media or folders at once. – If you press the right Any key to select <Set>, only the data saved outside folders will be printed.
  • Page 371 Printing from Memory Media (Direct Print) ● Selectng All Fles n Folder You can print all files in the selected folder. Insert a memory medium into the slot. Confirm that the access lamp has lit up. Press (Main Menu). Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Direct Print>, then press [OK].
  • Page 372 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Specify Conditions>, then press [OK]. Press [OK] to select <Select All>. ● Selectng Fles by Date You can print only the selected files saved within the specified range of dates or all files on the specified dates. Insert a memory medium into the slot.
  • Page 373 Printing from Memory Media (Direct Print) Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the desired memory medium, then press [OK]. Press the left Any key to select <Display/ Select>. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Change File Selection>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Specify Conditions>, then press [OK].
  • Page 374 ④ Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the file that you want to print, then press [OK]. ⑤ Press the right Any key to select <Print Settings>. ■ If you want to print all files on the specified dates: ①...
  • Page 375 Printing from Memory Media (Direct Print) ● Selectng Fles by Extenson You can print only the selected files or all files of the specified extension. Insert a memory medium into the slot. Confirm that the access lamp has lit up. Press (Main Menu).
  • Page 376 Select the files by specifying extensions. ■ If you want to print only the selected files of the specified extension: ① Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Specify Extension>, then press [OK]. ② Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the desired extension, then press [OK].
  • Page 377 Printing from Memory Media (Direct Print) Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the desired setting, then press [OK]. For details about <Print Settings>, see step 9 in “Printing from Memory Media, ” on p. 7-14. Press (Start) to start printing. When printing is complete, remove the memory media.
  • Page 378: Checking And Canceling Print Jobs/checking Print Logs

    Checking and Canceling Print Jobs/Checking Print Logs You can check the numbers of prints and the print results, or you can cancel a print job before the printing starts. Checking Print Jobs Make sure that the Processing/Data indicator is on or blinking. When the Processing/Data indicator is off, there are no jobs in the memory of the print job status.
  • Page 379: Canceling Print Jobs

    Checking and Canceling Print Jobs/Checking Print Logs Canceling Print Jobs Make sure that the Processing/Data indicator is on or blinking. When the Processing/Data indicator is off, there are no print jobs in the memory. Press (Status Monitor/Cancel). Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Print>, then press [OK].
  • Page 380: Checking Print Logs

    Checking Print Logs Press (Status Monitor/Cancel). Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Print>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Log (Printer)>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the desired log, then press the left Any key to select <Details>.
  • Page 381 Checking and Canceling Print Jobs/Checking Print Logs 7-30...
  • Page 382 Scanning This chapter describes how to use scanner functions. Overview of Scanner Functions ...8-2 Introduction to Using Scanner Functions ...8-4 For Scanning Documents to a File Server ...8-4 For Scanning Documents from a Networked Computer ...8-4 Basic Scanning Operations ...8-5 Scanning Documents to a File Server ...8-5 Scanning Documents to a USB Memory ...8-7 Scanning Documents from a Networked...
  • Page 383: Overview Of Scanner Functions

    Overview of Scanner Functions Overview of Scanner Functions You can transmit scanned documents over the network to your computer. You also can store scanned documents in a file server or USB memory.
  • Page 384 Overview of Scanner Functions...
  • Page 385: Introduction To Using Scanner Functions

    Introduction to Using Scanner Functions Introduction to Using Scanner Functions This section describes the things that you must do before using scanner functions. Be sure to set the following items first: For Scanning Documents to a File Server ● Network settings Set the network settings to enable your machine to communicate over the network.
  • Page 386: Basic Scanning Operations

    Basic Scanning Operations This section describes the basic procedures for scanning documents. Scanning Documents to a File Server This section describes the basic procedure for sending scanned documents to a computer that acts as a file server on a network. Place your originals.
  • Page 387 Basic Scanning Operations Make the scan settings you require. You can specify the following settings: <Color/File Format Settings>: Specifies the – color type of originals and the file format for sending. (See “Scan, ” in the e-Manual.) – <Resolution Settings>: Adjusts the resolution of originals.
  • Page 388: Scanning Documents To A Usb Memory

    Follow the instructions on the display, then press (Start) once for each original. Scanning Documents to a USB Memory This section describes the basic procedure for storing scanned documents to a USB memory. Insert your USB memory to an appropriate slot on the right side of the control panel.
  • Page 389 Basic Scanning Operations Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Scan to Store>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Store on Memory Media>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the media you want to store in, then press the right Any key to select <Set>.
  • Page 390: Scanning Documents From A Networked Computer

    Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select the original size, then press [OK]. Scanning Documents from a Networked Computer This section describes the basic procedure for using Color Network ScanGear to scan over the network. Scanned documents are transmitted over the network to your computer. If you are using Color Network ScanGear for the first time after installing it, the network scanner to be used must be selected with the ScanGear Tool.
  • Page 391 Basic Scanning Operations 8-10...
  • Page 392: What s The Network?

    Network Chapter This chapter describes what the network is, what you can do with the network, and what you have to do to use the machine with the network. Flowchart for Setting Up Network ...9-2 What is the Network? ...9-3 Overview of Network Functions ...9-4...
  • Page 393: Flowchart For Setting Up Network

    Flowchart for Setting Up Network Flowchart for Setting Up Network Follow the procedures in the flowchart below to set up each network function.
  • Page 394: What Is The Network

    What is the Network? What is the Network? In the computer field, a network is a system of interconnected computers that communicate with each other. “Internet” and “LAN” are the two most common words used to refer to networks. The Internet is the vast network to which computers all over the world are connected.
  • Page 395: Overview Of Network Functions

    Overview of Network Functions Overview of Network Functions This section describes actions you can perform using the network function.
  • Page 396 Settings from a Chapter This chapter describes how to use the Remote UI functions. Overview of Remote UI ...10-2 Starting the Remote UI...10-4 10-1...
  • Page 397: Overview Of Remote Ui

    Overview of Remote UI Overview of Remote UI Remote UI enables you to check the machine’s status and manage the machine’s functions from a computer on the network using a web browser. Using the computer keyboard, the management process, such as entering addresses to the address book will be easier. 10-2...
  • Page 398: Editing The Address Book

    By using remote UI you can set and confirm following functions. Checking the Device Information from a computer The Remote UI enables you to check the device information. Accessing to the device information from the distant place provides you with easy device management.
  • Page 399: Starting The Remote Ui

    Starting the Remote UI Starting the Remote UI To start the Remote UI, follow the procedure described below. Prepare the Network. Set up the machine for use in a network, then connect the machine and the computer to your network router or a hub. For details, see “Setup Computers and Software, ”...
  • Page 400 ② For System Manager Mode, click OK. For End-User Mode, enter the User Name and click OK. ■ In case system manager ID and password is set: ① Select [System Manager Mode] or [End-User Mode]. Starting the Remote UI ② For System Manager Mode enter the System Manager ID and the Password, and click OK.
  • Page 401 Starting the Remote UI ■ For User Management mode: ① Enter the User ID and Password, and click If no password is set, you can log on without entering a password. 10-6 Operate the Machine. Now you can manage the machine on the web browser.
  • Page 402: Maintenance

    Maintenance This chapter describes how to perform routine cleaning operations, and replace toner cartridges. Cleaning the Machine ...11-2 Exterior ... 11-2 Interior ... 11-3 Scanning Area ... 11-4 Replacing the Toner Cartridges ...11-7 When a Message Appears ... 11-7 Replacing the Toner Cartridge with a New One ... 11-8 Recycling Used Cartridges ...11-13 The Clean Earth Campaign ...11-13 U.S.A.
  • Page 403: Cleaning The Machine

    Cleaning the Machine Cleaning the Machine If the original is not copied clearly, clean the machine. For high-quality printouts, we recommend cleaning the machine once or twice a month. – Do not use alcohol, benzene, paint thinner, or other solvents for cleaning. Doing so may result in damage to the plastic parts.
  • Page 404: Interior

    Interior Clean the machine’s print area periodically to prevent toner powder and paper dust from accumulating inside. ● Cleanng the Fxng Unt If black streaks appear on printed output, the fixing unit may be dirty. Also, you should use the Fixing Unit Cleaning procedure every time the toner cartridge is replaced.
  • Page 405: Scanning Area

    Cleaning the Machine Confirm that <Start Cleaning> is displayed, then press [OK]. Printing starts. Discard the cleaning paper after use. The cleaning process cannot be canceled. Please wait until it is completed. Scanning Area Keep the scanning area clean to avoid dirty copies or faxes to be sent. ●...
  • Page 406 Do not dampen the cloth too much, as this may tear the document or damage the machine. ● Cleanng the Feeder Automatcally If your originals have black streaks or appear dirty after scanning them through the feeder, clean the rollers of the feeder.
  • Page 407 Cleaning the Machine Place 10 sheets of blank paper into the feeder. Confirm that <Start> is displayed, then press [OK]. The display returns to the Adjustment/Cleaning screen. Discard the cleaning paper after use. The cleaning process cannot be canceled. Please wait until it is completed.
  • Page 408: Replacing The Toner Cartridges

    Replacing the Toner Cartridges This section describes how to replace or handle the toner cartridges and precautions on storing them. When a Message Appears Toner cartridges are consumable products. If the toner is running out during printing, a message appears in the display.
  • Page 409: Replacing The Toner Cartridge With A New One

    Replacing the Toner Cartridges Replacing the Toner Cartridge with a New One If any of the following messages appears, replace the toner cartridge of the indicated color with a new one. – <Replace the toner cartridge. (Black)>: Replace the black toner cartridge. –...
  • Page 410 – When installing or removing the toner cartridges, be sure to place paper on the transfer belt of the delivery feeder unit to protect the belt. – Do not place any object on or touch the transfer belt (A) of the delivery feeder unit. The transfer belt of the delivery feeder unit has a self cleaning function, therefore, do not clean the belt even when the toner is on it.
  • Page 411 Replacing the Toner Cartridges Gently rock the toner cartridge several times to evenly distribute the toner inside. Place the toner cartridge on a flat surface, fold back the tab of the sealing tape (A) located at left side of the toner cartridge. Remove the sealing tape (approx.
  • Page 412 Hook your finger into the tab and remove the packing materials (A) located at right side of the toner cartridge. Hold the toner cartridge properly by the blue tabs on the both sides with the arrowed side facing up. Do not hold the toner cartridge in a manner that is not directed in this procedure.
  • Page 413 Recycling Used Cartridges Close the front cover. – Be careful not to get your fingers caught. – If the front cover does not close properly, do not force it to close. Open the cover and make sure the toner cartridge is properly set in the machine.
  • Page 414: Recycling Used Cartridges

    Complete details concerning this program are enclosed in each Cartridge box. The Clean Earth Campaign THE Canon CARTRIDGE RECYCLING PROGRAM ● The Canon Cartridge Recycling Program fulfills the first initiative of Canon’s Clean Earth Campaign, which supports four critical environmental areas: ● Recycling in the Workplace Conserving Environmental Resources ●...
  • Page 415: U.s.a. Program

    Recycling Used Cartridges Cartridges collected through this program are not refilled. ● ● You are not entitled to a tax deduction or rebate for the return of empty cartridges. This program may be modified or discontinued without notice. ● U.S.A. PROGRAM ●...
  • Page 416 Maximum length = 108 in. (2,743 mm) Maximum girth (length + 2 x width + 2 x height) = 130 in. (3,302 mm) If your shipment exceeds the above limits, please call 1-800-OK-Canon for special shipping information. Please Note: Do not send defective cartridges for replacement.
  • Page 417 Apply the UPS authorized returning label provided in this guide. Residents of Alaska and Hawaii: Do not use the UPS authorized returning label. For Alaska and Hawaii Canon set up alternative mail service with the U.S. Postal Service. Please call 1-800-OK-Canon to receive U.S. Postal Service merchandise returning label.
  • Page 418: Canada Program-canada Programme

    ● ● The collection box can accommodate eight individual cartridge boxes. Place your eight individually packaged boxes of empty cartridges into the Canon collection box. Seal the ● box. Apply the Canon Canada Inc./Canada Post label provided in this brochure.
  • Page 419 Transporting the Machine For further information about The Clean Earth Campaign in Canada, please call or write to Canon. ● 1-800-667-2666 Canon Canada Inc. Corporate Customer Relations 6390 Dixie Road Mississauga, ON L5T 1P7 11-18...
  • Page 420: Transporting The Machine

    Transporting the Machine Follow this procedure to avoid vibration damage to the machine when transporting it over a long distance. Turn OFF the main power switch. Disconnect the power cord and all the cables from the machine. ① Disconnect the power cord from the machine.
  • Page 421 Transporting the Machine If you are using the stack bypass tray, fold stack bypass tray extension, push back the auxiliary tray into place, and then close the stack bypass tray. Pull out the paper drawer gently. 11-20 Hold the paper drawer with both hands and remove it from the machine.
  • Page 422 Pick up the machine using the hand grips on the left, right and back of the machine. – Be sure at least two people carry the machine. – Do not lift the machine by any of its attachments. Dropping the machine can cause personal injury.
  • Page 423 Transporting the Machine 11-22...
  • Page 424: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting This chapter explains how to respond to paper and original jams, as well as to error messages. Clearing Jams ...12-2 Original Jams ... 12-3 Paper Delivery Tray ... 12-5 Duplex Unit ... 12-6 Stack Bypass Tray ... 12-8 Paper Drawer 1 ...12-10 Optional Paper Drawer (Paper Drawer 2) ...12-11 Inside of the Machine ...12-13 Fixing Unit ...12-16...
  • Page 425: Clearing Jams

    Clearing Jams Clearing Jams When <Check the originals.>, <The paper has jammed.>, or <Remove the jammed paper from...> appears on the display, remove the jammed paper from the machine. The screen indicating the location of the paper jam and the procedure for clearing the paper jam appears on the display, and it remains there until the paper jam is entirely cleared.
  • Page 426: Original Jams

    Original Jams If a screen similar to the one shown below appears on the display, remove the jammed original from the feeder. Then press the right Any key to display the next procedure. Open the feeder cover. Hold both sides of any jammed original and gently pull it out.
  • Page 427 Clearing Jams Remove the jammed original. Do not force a jammed paper out of the machine as it may tear. Return the release lever (A) to its original position. Close the inner cover. 12-4 Close the feeder cover. Load the original in the feeder again.
  • Page 428: Paper Delivery Tray

    Paper Delivery Tray If a screen similar to the one shown below appears on the display, remove the jammed paper from the output tray. Then press the right Any key to display the next procedure. Hold both sides of any jammed paper and gently pull it out.
  • Page 429: Duplex Unit

    Clearing Jams Duplex Unit If a screen similar to the one shown below appears on the display, remove the jammed paper from the duplex unit. Then press the right Any key to display the next procedure. Lift the scanning platform (A) until it is locked.
  • Page 430 Lower the scanning platform. Be careful not to get your fingers caught. Open and close the front cover to reset the machine. If you are using the stack bypass tray, close it before opening the front cover. Close the front cover gently holding the handle (A).
  • Page 431: Stack Bypass Tray

    Clearing Jams Stack Bypass Tray If a screen similar to the one shown below appears on the display, remove the jammed paper from the stack bypass tray. Then press the right Any key to display the next procedure. Hold both sides of any jammed paper and gently pull it out.
  • Page 432 Clearing Jams Open and close the front cover to reset the machine. Close the front cover gently holding the handle (A). Be careful not to get your fingers caught. 12-9...
  • Page 433: Paper Drawer 1

    Clearing Jams Paper Drawer 1 If a screen similar to the one shown below appears on the display, remove the jammed paper from the paper drawer. Then press the right Any key to display the next procedure. Using the handle, pull the paper drawer half way out.
  • Page 434: Optional Paper Drawer (paper Drawer 2)

    Optional Paper Drawer (Paper Drawer 2) If a screen similar to the one shown below appears on the display, remove the jammed paper from the optional paper drawer. Then press the right Any key to display the next procedure. Using the handle, pull the paper drawer half way out.
  • Page 435 Clearing Jams Gently push the optional paper drawer back into the machine until it clicks into place in the closed position. Open and close the front cover to reset the machine. If you are using the stack bypass tray, close it before opening the front cover.
  • Page 436: Inside Of The Machine

    Inside of the Machine If a screen similar to the one shown below appears on the display, remove the jammed paper from the inside of the machine. Then press the right Any key to display the next procedure. Open the front cover If you are using the stack bypass tray, close it before opening the front cover.
  • Page 437 Clearing Jams Hold both sides of any jammed paper and pull it out in the direction of the arrow. – Gently remove the jammed paper in the direction of the arrow to prevent unfixed toner from spilling. – When removing the paper, be careful not to touch the transfer belt of the delivery feeder unit or toner cartridge.
  • Page 438 Remove the jammed paper while lifting the duplex print transport guide. Do not force a jammed paper out of the machine. If the jammed paper cannot be removed easily, proceed to the next step. Lower the duplex print transport guide until it clicks into its original position.
  • Page 439: Fixing Unit

    Clearing Jams Close the front cover. Be careful not to get your fingers caught. Fixing Unit If a screen similar to the one shown below appears on the display, remove the jammed paper from the fixing unit. Then press the right Any key to display the next procedure. Lift the scanning platform (A) until it is locked.
  • Page 440 The fixing unit and its surroundings inside the machine are hot during use. Make sure the fixing unit is completely cool before removing the jammed paper. Touching the fixing unit when it is still hot may result in burns. Hold both sides of any jammed paper and gently pull it out.
  • Page 441: Back Cover

    Clearing Jams Back Cover If a screen similar to the one shown below appears on the LCD display, remove the jammed paper from the back side of the machine. Then press the right Any key to display the next procedure. Open the back cover.
  • Page 442: When The Message Does Not Disappear

    When the Message Does Not Disappear When the message that indicates a paper jam occurring inside the top cover does not disappear even after the jammed paper is removed, this indicates that the jammed paper still remains in the fixing unit. Remove the fixing unit using the following procedure to remove the jammed paper.
  • Page 443 When the Message Does Not Disappear Grasp and pull the tab (A) on the left side of the top cover to open the fixing cover. Move the control panel into the upright position. Press the blue tabs (A) and hold the fixing unit by the parts indicated with arrows.
  • Page 444 Remove the jammed paper. Install the fixing unit. Close the fixing cover. When the Message Does Not Disappear Lower the scanning platform. Be careful not to get your fingers caught. Reconnect the power cord and turn on the main power switch. 12-21...
  • Page 445: If The Delivery Feeder Unit Is Not Installed Correctly

    If the delivery feeder unit is not installed correctly, an error code <E00012> appears on the display. Follow the procedure below to install the delivery feeder unit correctly. If the error code does not disappear after the delivery feeder unit is installed correctly, contact Canon Customer Care Center.
  • Page 446 Push the levers (A) on both sides of the delivery feeder unit and remove the delivery feeder unit gently, holding it by the tabs (B). – Do not place any object on or touch the transfer belt (A) of the delivery feeder unit. The transfer belt of the delivery feeder unit is supplied with a function that cleans itself, therefore, do not clean the belt even when the...
  • Page 447 If the Delivery Feeder Unit Is Not Installed Correctly Close the front cover Close the front cover gently holding the handle. Be careful not to get your fingers caught. Reconnect the power cord and turn on the main power switch. 12-24...
  • Page 448: Error Messages

    Error Messages When a message appears on the display, please refer to the examples of error messages in the table below. Message Avail. Mem. Cannot find server. Cannot use this function at this time. Check TCP/IP. Check that all of the covers are closed.
  • Page 449 Error Messages Message Check the cable. Check the originals. Clean the scan area. Hang up the receiver. Insert the toner cartridge all the way holding the right & left grips. Load paper. No response from the destination. No response from the server. Check the settings.
  • Page 450 OFF the main power switch, disconnect the power cord, and contact Canon Customer Care Center. This error message appears with another message. When the error is resolved, the received data will be printed out.
  • Page 451 Error Messages Message Replace the toner cartridge. Return page 1 to the top, and then press the Start key. Set the correct paper. Set the IP Address. The counter has reached the set value. 12-28 Description Printing is not possible because the toner has run out.
  • Page 452 Message The memory is full. The original is too long. The scan area is dirty. The TEL number is not registered. This size cannot be used with 2- Sided unit modes. Wait a moment... Description – The machine is full of jobs. –...
  • Page 453: Error Codes

    Error Codes Error Codes If a job or operation does not complete successfully, check the error code, and perform the necessary operations according to the error code displayed. You can check the error code on the Details screen when you select <Log> on the System Monitor screen. If a send, receive, or fax job does not complete successfully, the error code is printed in the RESULT column on the Activity Report and TX Report.
  • Page 454: Error Code Description

    Error Code Description #0005 – The recipient did not answer within 35 seconds. – The recipient’s machine is not a G3 fax. #0009 – There is no paper. – The paper drawer is not correctly inserted into the machine. #0012 The document could not be sent because the recipient’s machine was out of paper.
  • Page 455 Error Codes Error Code #0403 The job was failed because the same file name existed. Generally, if the same file name exists, a file will be automatically renamed by adding a number, which ranges from 1 to 999, to the tail of its file name in order to avoid naming conflicts.
  • Page 456 Error Code Description #0752 The SMTP server name for e-mail or I-fax is not correct, or the server is not functioning. The domain name or e-mail address may not be set. The network is down. #0753 A TCP/IP error occurred while sending an e-mail message.
  • Page 457 Error Codes Error Code #0808 – A timeout error occurred while the machine was communicating with the FTP server. – The FTP server returned an error while trying to connect. The destination is not correct. An error occurred on the server side during transmission.
  • Page 458 Error Code Description #0821 – You have received data that cannot be processed (TIFF analysis error). – The read job failed because TIFF or JPEG files were not supported or the image data was corrupted. #0827 You have received data that cannot be processed (contains MIME information that is not supported).
  • Page 459: If Is Displayed

    If <Set the correct paper. > is displayed If <Set the correct paper. > is displayed When <Set the correct paper. > appears on the display, the size of the paper in the paper drawer or stack bypass tray is different from that of the paper specified in <Drawer 1>, <Drawer 2>*, or <Stack Bypass Paper>...
  • Page 460 Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Paper Settings>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Stack Bypass Paper (Std.)>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or (Scroll Wheel) to select <On>, then press the right Any key to select <Option>.
  • Page 461 If <Set the correct paper. > is displayed ● For the Paper Drawer Follow this procedure to change the paper size setting. Press (Main Menu). Press the right Any key to select <Additional Func.>. Use [▼], [▲] or <Paper Settings>, then press [OK]. Use [▼], [▲] or <Drawer 1>...
  • Page 462: If A Power Failure Occurs

    If a Power Failure Occurs If power is suddenly lost due to an outage or accidental unplugging, a built-in battery retains the user data settings and the Address Book settings. Any sent or received documents stored in memory are backed up for about 60 minutes. During a power cut, functions are limited as follows: –...
  • Page 463: If You Cannot Solve A Problem

    If You Cannot Solve a Problem Customer Support (U.S.A.) If you cannot solve the problem after having referred to the information in this chapter, contact Canon Customer Care Center at 1-800-828-4040 between the hours of 8:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. EST for U.S.A. and 9:00 A.M.
  • Page 464: Machine Settings

    Machine Settings This chapter explains how to change and check the machine settings. Machine Settings ...13-2 Printing USER’S DATA LIST ... 13-2 Accessing the Setting Menu ... 13-3 Setting Menu ...13-5 Paper Settings ... 13-5 Volume Settings ... 13-6 Common Settings ... 13-6 Communications Settings ...
  • Page 465: Printing User's Data List

    Machine Settings Machine Settings You can adjust the machine settings from the Setting Menu to customize the way the machine works. To see the list of current settings, print out USER’S DATA LIST. Printing USER’S DATA LIST Press (Main Menu). Press the right Any key to select <Additional Func>.
  • Page 466: Accessing The Setting Menu

    Use [▼], [▲], or (Scroll Wheel) to select <Yes>, then press [OK]. If you do not want to print the list, Use [▼], [▲], (Scroll Wheel) select <NO>, then press [OK]. Accessing the Setting Menu Press (Main Menu). Press the right Any key to select <Additional Func>.
  • Page 467 Machine Settings Use [▼], [▲], or select a submenu, then press [OK]. For details on the submenu, see “Setting Menu, ” on p. 13-5. To register the settings or go to a submenu item, press [OK]. Press (Main Menu) to return to the Main Menu screen.
  • Page 468: Setting Menu

    Setting Menu The default settings are indicated in bold text. – Depending on the country of purchase, some settings may not be available. – The menus described in this section are based on the model Color imageCLASS MF9170c. – Depending on the model of your machine, some settings may not be available. Paper Settings Item Stack Bypass Paper (Std.)
  • Page 469: Volume Settings

    Setting Menu Volume Settings Item Monitor Volume Settings Audible Tones Incoming Ring Entry Tone Error Tone TX Done Tone Receive Done Tone Print Done Tone Scan Done Tone Common Settings Item Initial Function Settings Select Initial Function Set System Monitor to Def. Status Monitor Device Custom Key Registration Key 1...
  • Page 470 Item Brightness Adjustment Reverse Color Display Auto Clear Settings Inch Entry Auto Drawer Selection Copy Stack Bypass Drawer 1 Drawer 2 Printer Drawer 1 Drawer 2 Receive Stack Bypass Drawer 1 Drawer 2 Other Stack Bypass Drawer 1 Drawer 2 Sleep Mode Energy Use Settings Darker - Brighter (5)
  • Page 471: Common Settings

    Setting Menu Item Paper Feed Method Switch Stack Bypass Drawer 1 Drawer 2 Language Switch Error when Feeder is Dirty Initialize Common Settings * Only for the Color imageCLASS MF9170c/MF9150c. Communications Settings Item Common Settings TX Settings Register Unit Name Data Compression Ratio Retry Times Change Send Func.
  • Page 472 Item Resolution Settings Density/Background Removal Background Original Type Priority level 2-sided Original Settings TX Terminal ID Printing Position Tel. Number Mark Color Send Gamma Value Sharpness PDF (Compact) Img. Quality Text/Photo, Photo Mode Text Mode Default Screen for Send Initialize TX Settings Settings 100 ×...
  • Page 473 Setting Menu Item RX Settings 2-sided Print Receive Reduction RX Reduction Reduce % Reduce Direction Received Page Footer Toner Out Continuous Print YCbCr Receive Gamma Val. Fax Settings User Settings Register Unit Telephone # Tel. Line Type Selection Manual TX Settings ECM TX Set Pause Time Auto-redial...
  • Page 474: Address Book Settings

    Item Reception Mode Selection Incoming Ring Remote RX Manual/Auto Switch RX Restriction Address Book Settings Item Register Address* Register Name Destination Registration ECM TX Sending Speed Long Distance E-Mail Register Name Destination Registration I-Fax Register Name Destination Registration Settings Auto RX –...
  • Page 475 Setting Menu Item File Register Name Destination Registration Host Name Folder Name User Name Password Group Register Name Destination Registration Register One-Touch Register Name Register One-Touch Name Destination Registration ECM TX Sending Speed Long Distance E-Mail Register Name Register One-Touch Name E-mail Address I-Fax Register Name...
  • Page 476: Printer Settings

    Item File Register Name Register One-Touch Name Protocol Host Name Folder Name User Name Password Group Register Name Register One-Touch Name Destination Registration * Only for the Color imageCLASS MF9170c and MF9150c. Printer Settings Item Number of Copies 2-sided Paper Feed Default Paper Size Default Paper Type Settings...
  • Page 477 Setting Menu Item Printing Quality Gradation level Toner Density Cyan (C) Magenta (M) Yellow (Y) Black (Bk) Save Toner Line Control Layout Margin Direction Unit of Measure Margin Auto Error Skip Collate Timeout Color Mode Gradation Settings Gradation Graphics Image Compressed Image Output Initialize Printer Settings 13-14...
  • Page 478 Item PCL Setting* Paper Save Orientation Font Number Point Size Pitch Form Lines Symbol Set Custom Paper Size Setting Unit of Measure Width Height Append CR to LF Enlarge A4 Print Width Halftones Text Graphics Image Settings – – – Portrait –...
  • Page 479 Setting Menu Item RGB Source Profile Text Graphics Image Output Profile Text Graphics Image Matching Method Text Graphics Image Gray Compensation Text Graphics Image CMS (Matching) Selection 13-16 Settings sRGB – – Gamma 1.5 – Gamma 1.8 – Gamma 2.4 –...
  • Page 480: Timer Settings

    Item CMS (Matching) / Gamma Text Graphics Image Gamma Correction Text Graphics Image Advanced Smoothing Advanced Smoothing Graphics Text * Only for the Color imageCLASS MF9170c. Timer Settings Item Date/Time Settings Current Time Settings Time Zone Settings Daylight Saving Time Set. Auto Sleep Time Auto Clear Time Settings...
  • Page 481: Adjustment/cleaning

    Setting Menu Adjustment/Cleaning Item Auto Gradation Correction Full Correction Quick Correction Copy Image Correction Feeder Dirty Auto Correct. First Calibration ACS Function Adjustment Feeder Platen Glass Color Black Char. Process Feeder Platen Glass Image Special Processing Paper Length Confirmation Special Mode P Fixing Unit Cleaning Feeder Cleaning 13-18...
  • Page 482: Report Settings

    Report Settings Item Settings TX Report Activity Report Display Send Original Color Send Original Display Auto Report Send/Receive Separate RX Report Print List Address Book List Address Book One-Touch User’s Data List System Management Settings Item System Manager Info. Set. System Mgmt.
  • Page 483 Setting Menu Item Register Dept.ID/Pass Register Dept. ID Password Limit On/Off & Page Limit Total Prints Total Color Print Total Black Color Copy Color Scan Color Print Black Copy Black Scan Black Print Page Totals Print List All Clear Allow Unknown ID Printing Allow Unknown ID R.
  • Page 484 – IP Address – – IP Address Max. 10 IPv4 Addresses IP Address (0.0.0.0) IP Address (0.0.0.0) Max. 47 characters (Canon****** (“******” represents the last six digits of a MAC address)) Max. 47 characters – – Setting Menu Applicable Page e-Manual “Network Settings”...
  • Page 485 Setting Menu Item IPv6 Settings Use IPv6 Stateless Address Settings Manual Address Settings Manual Address Prefix Length Default Router Address Use DHCP v6 PING Command IPv6 address Host Name IP Address Range Settings Register Single Address Multiple Destinations Prefix Address 13-22 Settings –...
  • Page 486 Use Multicast Discovery Use PASV Mode for FTP FTP Extension Use HTTP Settings IP Address IP Address – – Max. 47 characters (Canon****** (“******” represents the last six digits of a MAC address)) Max. 47 characters – – – – –...
  • Page 487 Setting Menu Item Port Number Settings HTTP SMTP Receive POP3 Receive FTP Sending SMTP Sending SNMP Proxy Settings Use Proxy HTTP Proxy Server Address HTTP Proxy Server Port Number Use Proxy within the Same Domain Use Proxy Authentication Settings User Name Password Receive MAC Address Confirm Dept.
  • Page 488 Item SNMP Settings Community Name 1 Community Name 2 Writable SNMP1 Writable SNMP2 Printer Mgt Info from Host Dedicated Port Settings Startup Time Settings Ethernet Driver Settings Auto Detect Communication Mode Ethernet Type E-mail/I-Fax SMTP Receive SMTP Server E-mail Address POP Server POP Address POP Password...
  • Page 489 Setting Menu Item Authentication/ Encryption POP Auth. before Send SMTP Authentication User Name Password Communication Settings E-mail / I-Fax Settings Send Data Size Limit Divide TX Data Oversize Default Subject Fax Settings Send Start Speed Receive Start Speed Memory Lock Settings Memory Lock Password Report Print Memory Lock Time Settings...
  • Page 490 Item Forwarding Settings Register Fowarding Cond. Name Forwarding Condition Setting Forwarding Condition Forwarding Destination File Format Divide Pages Forward w/o Condition Forwarding Destination File Format Divide Pages Erase Print List Settings Max. 50 characters – – I-Fax disregard, equals, differs from, begins with, ends with, contains, does not contain Select from the list of registered addresses When <Fax>...
  • Page 491 Setting Menu Item Forwarding Error Settings Print Image Store Image to Memory Remote UI Restrict the Send Function Address Book Password Restrict New Addresses Allow Fax Driver TX Restrict Sending From Log Confirm Entered Fax No. Restrict Seq. Broadcast Auto Online/Offline Auto Online Auto Offline Job Log Display...
  • Page 492: Appendix

    Appendix Specifications ...14-2 General ... 14-2 Copier ... 14-3 Printer ... 14-3 Facsimile ... 14-4 Telephone ... 14-4 Send ... 14-5 Cassette Feeding Unit-AC1 (Optional) ... 14-6 Index ...14-7 Chapter 14-1...
  • Page 493: Specifications

    Specifications Specifications General Type Power Source Power Consumption Weight Dimensions Installation Space Environmental Conditions Display Languages Acceptable Documents Acceptable Paper Stock Printable Area Scanning Area 14-2 Personal Desktop 120 V-127 V, 60 Hz (Power requirements differ depending on the country in which you purchased the product.) Max: Less than 1300 W, 1350 W (with optional Cassette Feeding Unit-AC1) Approx.
  • Page 494: Copier

    Copier Scanning Resolution Printing Resolution Magnification Copy Speed No. of Copies Warm-Up Time First Print Time Printer Printing Method Paper Handling Paper Delivery Print Speed Printing Resolution Number of Tones Toner Cartridge 600 dpi × 600 dpi 600 dpi × 600 dpi Direct 1:1 ±1.0% 1:0.78 (LGL →...
  • Page 495: Facsimile

    Specifications Facsimile Applicable Line Compatibility Data Compression Schemes Modem Speed Transmission Speed Transmission/Reception Memory Fax Resolution Dialing Receiving Report The Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) currently supports 28.8 Kbps modem speed or lower, depending on telephone line conditions. Based on ITU-T Standard Chart No. 1, JBIG standard mode. Telephone Connection 14-4...
  • Page 496: Send

    Send Send to file server Communication Protocol Data Format Resolution System Environment Interface Color Mode Original Type E-mail and I-Fax Features Communication Protocol Data Format Resolution System Environment Original Size Mail Forwarding Server Software Mail Receiving Server Software FTP (TCP/IP), SMB (TCP/IP) TIFF (B&W), PDF (B&W), JPEG (Color), PDF (Color) (Compact) TIFF, PDF (B&W): 100 ×...
  • Page 497: Cassette Feeding Unit-ac1 (optional)

    Specifications Cassette Feeding Unit-AC1 (Optional) Paper Feeding System Acceptable Paper Stock Power Source Dimensions Weight Specifications are subject to change without notice. 14-6 500 sheets × 1 drawer (20 lb (75 g/m See “Paper Requirements,” on p. 2-7. From the main unit 17 3/8"...
  • Page 498: Index

    Index Numerics 1 to 2-Sided 4-22, 4-23 2-Sided Copying 4-22 2-Sided Original 5-47 2-Sided Printing 7-10 2 to 1-Sided 4-22, 4-27 2 to 2-Sided 4-22, 4-25 Address Book Erasing 3-24 Registering e-mail addresses 3-7 Registering fax numbers 3-2 Registering group addresses 3-18 Registering I-fax addresses 3-10 Address Book Settings 13-11 Address details...
  • Page 499 Index Clearing jams 12-2 Back cover 12-18 Delivery Feeder Unit 12-22 Duplex unit 12-6 Fixing unit 12-16 Inside of the machine 12-13 Original jams 12-3 Paper delivery tray 12-5 Paper Drawer 1 12-10 Paper Drawer 2 12-11 Stack bypass tray 12-8 When the message does not disappear 12-19 [Clear] key 1-6 Collating 4-57...
  • Page 500 Facsimile Specifications 14-4 Favorites Erasing 5-58 Registering 5-54 Fax numbers Registering in One-Touch 3-26 Registering in the Address Book 3-2 Feeder 1-3 File server addresses Registering in One-Touch 3-37 Fixing unit 1-5 Clearing jams 12-16 Forwarding Activating settings 5-124 Checking/changing settings 5-128 Erasing settings 5-125 Printing settings 5-127 Storing settings 5-117...
  • Page 501 Index Machine components External view (back) 1-4 External view (front) 1-2 Internal view 1-5 Machine functions Overview ii Machine Setting 13-2 Printing 13-2 Main power indicator 1-6 Main power switch 1-3 Maintenance Replacing the Toner Cartridges 11-7 When a Message Appears 11-7 Manuals for the machine i Memory Media 7-11 Mode Memory 4-61...
  • Page 502 Printer Specifications 14-3 Printer Settings 13-13 Printing Documents from Computer 7-5 Printing from Memory Media 7-14 Printing from Memory Media (Direct Print) 7-11 Printing Multiple Pages on One Sheet 7-9 Printing USER DATA LIST 13-2 Processing/Data indicator 1-6 Receive mode Answer 5-7 Auto RX 5-5 DRPD 5-9...
  • Page 503 Index Storing/editing Address Book 3-2 Checking/editing address details 3-21 Erasing addresses from the Address Book 3-24 Registering e-mail addresses in the Address Book 3-7 Registering fax numbers in the Address Book Registering file server addresses in the Address Book 3-12 Registering group addresses in the Address Book 3-18 Registering I-fax addresses in the Address...
  • Page 504 CANON INC. 30-2, Shimomaruko 3-chome, Ohta-ku, Tokyo 146-8501, Japan CANON U.S.A., INC. One Canon Plaza, Lake Success, NY 11042, U.S.A. CANON CANADA INC. 6390 Dixie Road Mississauga, Ontario L5T 1P7, Canada CANON EUROPA N.V. Bovenkerkerweg 59-61 1185 XB Amstelveen, The Netherlands CANON FRANCE S.A.S.

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