Overview of Job Accounting
You can manage accounting the copy count incurred by individual departments by assigning a
unique ID code to each department.
Job accounting helps the following activities in business organizations.
IMPORTANT: To restrict the number of copies, printouts or scanned images using job accounting,
you must switch the Copy Job Accounting from [Off] to [On] as the default. If the copier is equipped
with the optional printer kit or scanner kit, also activate Printer Job Accounting and Scanner Job
Accounting as the default. Refer to Job Accounting Default Settings on page 4-19 for details.
Job accounting includes the following functions for managing printing counts.
Activating and Deactivating
Job Accounting Default
Integrated management of optional printing and scanning statistics through the use of an
identical department ID code.
Manageability of up to 1,000 individual departments.
Availability for department ID codes with as many as eight digits (between 0 and 99999999) for
Tracking the copy volume for each department and for all departments combined.
Restricting the copy count per department in one-page increments up to 999,999 copies.
Resetting the copy counter for each department or for all departments combined.
Accessing the departmental copy counter for reference without entering the management code.
New Account: Specifies new ID codes and restrictions
for usage. Up to 1,000 department ID codes can be
Delete Account: Deletes the registered departments.
Change Restrictions on Usage: Specifies restrictions on
usage for individual departments.
Total Copy Volume: For reading the total copy counts of
all departments, printing job accounting reports and
resetting the copy counter.
Copy Volume by Department: For reading copy counts of
various departments and resetting the copy counters.
Activates [On] or deactivates [Off] job accounting.
Changes the defaults for job accounting.