All other brand and product names herein are registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective companies. • Examples of the operations given in this guide support the Microsoft Windows XP printing environment. Essentially the same operations are used for MIcrosoft Windows 95/98/Me/2000 environments. Models supported by the KX printer driver Copier/ KM- 1650 KM- 1815...
Once the printer driver is installed, you can add more components. For detailed information on installing components, see The Welcome to the Kyocera Printer Installation Wizard dialog box appears. Click Next. The Local or Network Connection dialog box appears. Select Local connection, and click Next.
Next. The Select the Printer Port dialog box appears. If the port you want to use appears in the Use the following port: list, select the port, click Next, and then proceed to...
Connections If you are connecting your device to your computer with a parallel cable, select LPT1: from Use the following port:, then click Next, and then proceed to page 1-7. If the port is not in the list, select Create a new port, select the port type from the menu, and click Next.
Network Connection The Local or Network Connection dialog box appears. Select Network Connection and click Next. The Locate Your Printer dialog box appears. Select one of the following search methods: • Type the printer name...: Leave the printer name blank and click Next. All printing systems available on network servers appear.
• Connect to a printer on the Internet or...: Search by URL for printing systems that operate with the Internet print protocol. Find and select the printing system URL and click Next. Create a New Network Port The Select the Printer Port dialog box appears. Select KPrint Port: from the Create a new port: Type list, and then click Next.
Click Search... if the IP Address or Host Name is not known. A list of available network printing systems displays. Select the network printing system, then click OK. Click Next to continue. Confirm the destination printer port name and click Next. User Guide...
Confirm the settings, and click Finish. That completes the setup of a network port. Proceed to The Name Your Printer dialog box appears. Select Yes or No to use the printing system as the default printing system for Windows-based programs. Click Next.
Select No if you do not wish to print a test page and click Next. The Confirm Settings dialog box appears. Verify the settings and click Install. The printer driver installation begins. Once the installation is complete, the Printer Installed Successfully dialog box appears. •...
Installing Components You can expand the functions of your printer driver by installing components that compliment the ways in which you utilize your printing system. For more information on profiles, refer to Note: The displayed components may vary based on the printing system model.
Windows 98/Me/2000: Open the Start menu, and click Settings and Printers in sequence to display the Printers window. Right-click the printer icon in the Printers and Faxes window. A list appears. Click Properties in the list. The Properties dialog box appears.
PDL (Page Description Language), settings for the user, administrator settings for operation panel messages, passwords, and more. Note: The printer image shown in the Printer Properties dialog box and the list of Device options will vary depending on the printing system you have.
select this option from operation panel. See more information. Punch Settings When you select the check box for a finishing device shown in blue in the Device options list, such as Finisher or Multi-Finisher, the Punch Unit Settings dialog box appears.
RAM Disk The RAM disk functions as a hard disk saving print requests into the printing system’s memory if a hard disk for printing is not installed. When a hard disk is installed, the RAM disk function is inactive. Note: Since the RAM disk is volatile memory, all data sent to the printing system is lost if the power is turned off.
Language Preference Selection The Language preference option specifies the interface language of the Device Settings tab of Printer Properties and all tabs of Printing Preferences. Available languages will vary depending on your locale and your computer settings. Select the preferred language from the Language preferences list. To activate the new language, click OK in the User Settings and then in the Properties dialog box.
PDL in the Device Settings tab. Available PDLs vary based on the printing system. You can choose from PCL XL, PCL 5e, PCL 5c, or KPDL (Kyocera Page Description Language). We recommend PCL XL for most printing purposes. After you select a PDL, the selection appears in the lower corner of the 3-D image.
PostScript 2 or • An optional KPDL upgrade kit may be required for some models. • Kyocera’s emulation of PostScript printing • Strong graphics reproduction • Print speeds may be slower than PCL 5e/c •...
KPDL Option Allow data passthrough Administrator Settings The following settings can be specified by clicking Administrator in the Device Settings tab. We recommend that the Administrator Settings should only be changed by the system administrator or authorized users. • Job Accounting •...
User Guide Description Displays the job name during printing. The job name is the name sent from the application to the printer driver or it can be selected in the dialog box before printing. Displays the user name during printing. The user name is...
Options can include: Combine source and media type lists This option changes the Basic tab of Printer Properties so that Media type and Source are combined into one box, labelled Source. Enable manual duplex on network port Use this option if you do not have a...
TCP/IP port can be either an IP address or the printing system name (Host name). Note: Auto Configuration is not supported for Microsoft Windows 95. Click Auto Configure. An “in progress” message will appear. The check box settings in the Device options list will be changed and the 3D image will be updated according to the device options installed.
Printer Properties The Microsoft Windows XP Firewall settings can be changed to allow communication between the printing system and your computer. The default setting for Windows XP Service Pack 2 is for the Windows Firewall to be set to On.
3 Printing Basics This section describes the following printing tasks when printing from Microsoft Windows applications. • • • • • Basic Printing Tasks The steps required to print a document created with an application are explained below. You can select the printing paper size and output destination. Note: The Print dialog box does not look the same in every application.
When using Microsoft Word, we recommend that you click Options and for default tray select Use printer settings. Click OK. Click Properties to open the Properties dialog box. User Guide...
In the Basic tab, click Page Sizes to open the Page Sizes dialog box. In the Select page size list, select a page size for the print job. Click OK to return to the Basic tab. Click OK to return to the Properties dialog For best results when printing on transparencies or recycled paper (the back side of paper which has already been printed on), from the Media type list select the media type.
In the Page Sizes list, select the document’s paper size and click OK. In the Basic tab, click the Print Size list and select the preferred output paper Confirm that the proper paper size is loaded. Click OK to return to the Print dialog box.
Click the Multiple pages per sheet check box. Specify the number of source pages in the Pages per sheet list. You can select the horizontal direction for the page layout using Layout. If you select six pages per sheet, then six pages are printed on a single sheet as shown in the dialog box in the example above.
Note: The default setting is for Source and Media type to be separate, but it is possible to combine them using a setting in Compatibility Settings. If they are combined, the Media type list is not available. To change this setting, open Printer Properties from the Microsoft Windows Printer and Faxes window, go to Device settings and then Compatibility Settings, and then uncheck Combine source and media type lists.
Click Start in the Windows taskbar and then select Printers and Faxes. The Printers and Faxes window appears. Note: Windows 98/Me/2000: Open the printer driver properties by clicking Start in the Windows taskbar and then selecting the Printers window. Right-click the printer icon and select Properties to open the Properties dialog box.
Click Page Sizes. The Page Sizes dialog box appears. Click New. “Custom_size_1” will appear in the Name field. Replace Custom_size_1 with the name for your new custom paper size. The name can be up to 31 characters. Enter the measurements in the Height and Width boxes in millimeters or inches. Size limits for custom paper are listed in the table below.
Printing with Custom Paper Sizes Select Print from the File menu. From the applications’s Print dialog box, open Print Properties. In the Basic tab, select the name of your saved paper size in the Print Size list. Select the source cassette for the custom page size from the Source list. Click OK to return to the Print dialog box.
From the Basic tab, select Print on Both Sides. Choose Flip on Long Edge or Flip on Short Edge. Portrait Landscape Click OK to return to the Print dialog box. Click OK to start printing. Manual Duplex Manual duplex enables printing on both sides of a sheet by ordering the print job so that after the first half of the print job has been printed, the job can be flipped over and fed from the cassette for the second side printing.
(shown below) appears telling the user to flip the printed pages over and re-insert them in the input bin of the printing system. Some Kyocera printing systems have a manual duplex setting in Printing Properties, in the Basic tab. Instructions for using this method for manual duplex printing are below.
When using a network port, select Enable manual duplex on network port in the Compatibility Settings dialog box, accessed from the Device Settings tab. Manual Duplex cannot be used on a network port in Windows 9x. See on page 2-10 for instructions on changing compatibility settings. Print on Both Sides In the Basic tab, select Cassette 1 or Cassette 2 from the Source list.
Click OK in the Properties dialog and Print dialog. The even-numbered pages will be printed. When printing stops, remove all printed sheets from the output tray. With Flip on Long Edge selected, turn the stack over on the long edge and put the pages into the cassette.
Select Reverse page order. If Reverse page order is not present, you can change the Destination output tray to enable this feature. Click OK to return to the Print dialog box. Click OK to start printing. Collating Modes By attaching a sorter to your printing system, you can specify how printed documents are stacked in the output trays after printing.
Collate Open the Properties dialog box. From the Destination list, select a face-down destination, such as Finisher (face- down) or Top Tray (face-down). Select the Collate check box. Select the number of complete sets in the Number of copies box. When printing using the collate option, specify the number of copies not to exceed the number of trays.
4 Layout In the Layout tab you can arrange document data on printed pages without changing the original document. • • • • • Booklet Use the Booklet option to print a two-page layout on both sides of each sheet of paper.
Left Edge and Right Edge Binding Select left edge or right edge binding of the booklet to match the direction of your written language: • Select Left edge binding for languages that read left to right. • Select Right edge binding for languages that read right to left. Outside Outside Booklet Printing...
Select Booklet. Choose either Left edge binding or Right edge binding. Complete the following steps to use the stapling feature: Click the Basic tab, and under Destination, select a face down finishing tray. If the Staple check box is not available in the Finishing tab, change the setting for Destination in the Basic tab to an output tray that has a stapler.
Select the number of source pages in the Pages per sheet list, from 2 to 25 Select the horizontal and vertical direction for the page layout from the Layout Examples: If you select six pages per sheet and select Top to bottom and left, the pages will be arranged from the top right corner to the bottom left corner.
document on several sheets of paper, then assemble the sheets into a large banner, up to 25 times larger than the original document. Sheets Per Page In the Sheets per page list, select the size of the desired poster, in relation to the original document size.
The unit (inches or millimeters) is selected in the User Settings dialog box, accessed from the Device Settings tab. For further details on changing the unit, refer to Settings Print Format If you are new to poster printing, you may want to print a proof sheet, in addition to the poster, to guide you in assembling the printed poster sheets.
edge on another sheet. For a large poster with many sheets, this option ensures that the poster will be assembled correctly. Scaling And Gutters Based on the page size and print size specified in the Basic tab, you can reduce or enlarge the image from 20% to 500% of the original size, or increase the top or left margin, before printing.
• To increase outside margins at the top of the page, enter a number into the Top box. The Top option may not be available, depending on your Orientation and Print on both sides settings in the Basic tab. • Since the Gutter feature shifts document data to the right or down, select the Reduce image to fit check box if the printed data extends beyond the edge of the paper when changing the gutter setting.
If a Booklet stitcher is installed, the Booklet printing feature is available. For further details, refer to After installation, optional equipment must be selected in the printer driver in the Device Settings tab. For further details, refer to page 2-1.
Using the Stapler From the application’s Print dialog box, open Properties. (Select Print from the File menu, and select Properties.) In the Basic tab, under Destination, select a face down finishing tray, such as Finisher (face down) or Tray A (face down). Click the Finishing tab, then select Staple.
Using Hole Punch From the application’s Print dialog box, open Properties. (Select Print from the File menu, and select Properties.) In the Basic tab, under Destination, select a face up or face down finishing tray. Click the Finishing tab, then select Punch. Select the number of hole punches: 2 hole, 3 hole, or 4 hole.
Note: To ensure consistent offset stacking, all users printing to the same printing system should select Offset jobs as the default setting. For further details, refer to Printer Properties on page 2-1. From the application’s Print dialog box, open Properties. (Select Print from the File menu, and select Properties.)
Properties.) In the Basic tab, under Destination, select an option that is not a finishing tray, for example: Printer default or Inner tray. Select a number of copies greater than 1. Click the Finishing tab, then select Separation. The Rotate copies option is selected.
Finishing Your print job will be stacked in the output tray with each copy alternating horizontally and vertically. User Guide...
Draft Custom User Guide Description Prints using the highest printing system resolution. Prints using the second highest printing system resolution. Prints at a resolution of 600 dpi. Choose your own combination of settings for Resolution, Kyocera Image Refinement, and EcoPrint.
The Fonts feature lets you specify how TrueType fonts are sent to the printing system. The chosen method will affect the speed and quality of the print job. Note: All of Kyocera's device fonts are TrueType fonts: do not disable them in the driver.
Click Fonts to open the Font Settings dialog box. Select one of the methods for sending TrueType fonts, and then click OK to save your selection: Fonts Option Download as outlines Allow native download Download as bitmaps Substitute with device fonts User Guide Description...
Office 2000, select Disable device fonts to overcome device font limitations with these applications. Device fonts are normally visible in application font lists as printer icons next to the font name, unless there are equivalent system fonts, in which case the "TT" TrueType icon remains.
for your printing system and select Properties. Click the Device Settings tab, then click PDL. Pattern Scaling Adjust the pattern scaling to improve visual compatibility between screen and print output. If printed patterns and fills do not match the appearance of that on the screen, use this feature to select a different print density.
PDL Settings. If GDI compatible mode is selected in the PDL Settings dialog box, Halftone Screen is unavailable. From the Graphic Settings dialog box, click Halftone Screen. Clear the Use printer’s default screens check box. Select from the list for each option, or enter the values: Halftone Screen...
Print graphics as black Gloss mode Grayscale adjustment settings let you change the Brightness and Contrast of graphics for monochrome printers. This feature is also available on color printer models when the monochrome option is selected. Grayscale adjustment settings are User Guide Description Select the angle at which rows are aligned.
useful if graphic images are printing too light, too gray, or too dark. Text remains unaffected. Click Adjustment to open the Adjustment Settings dialog box. A preview image in the dialog box illustrates any brightness and contrast changes. Drag the Brightness slider right to lighten, or left to darken the graphic images of the print job.
Color mode offers the following options: Color Mode Option Color (CMYK) Monochrome Custom Continuous Tone For color models, the Continuous tone setting is available in addition to Print text as black, Print graphics as black, and Gloss mode. Select Continuous tone to print a wide range of color with every shade of gray represented.
Click the arrow buttons beneath the photograph to select one of three different images. Since different colors are emphasized in each of the photographs, they can aid in the color adjustment process. HSL (Hue, Saturation, Lightness) Under Select color space, select HSL (hue, saturation, lightness). HSL lets you adjust the full spectrum, brightness, contrast, and vividness of the color.
clicking ICM Settings. For more information see the section on ICM Color Correction. Color Correction Option Automatic ICM (system corrected) None (application corrected) Color Reproduction In the Color Correction dialog box, select Automatic, then click Color Reproduction. (The Color Reproduction button is enabled only when Automatic is selected.) In the Color Reproduction dialog box, select one Mode, then click OK to save the selection.
Color Reproduction Option Text Chart (graphic) ICM Color Correction In the Color Correction dialog box, select ICM (system corrected), then click ICM Settings. In the ICM Settings dialog box, select one Rendering intent, then click OK to save the selection. ICM Settings Option Optimize for exact color...
This section describes the Cover mode, Page insert, and Transparency interleaving features of the printer driver. When these options are used with the MP tray, cassette mode (the default setting), must be set. For further details, refer to the print system's Operation Guide.
Select the Cover mode check box. Select from the page arrangements described in the table below. Cover Printing Options Check Box Selection Front Front Front Outside Cover Insertion Type Inserts a blank front cover. Front cover Prints on the outside surface of the front cover. Front cover KX Driver...
Check Box Selection Front Front Inside Duplex Printing Front Front Outside Front Inside Duplex Printing Front and Back Front and Back Front Outside Front and Back Front Inside Duplex Printing User Guide Cover Insertion Type Prints on the inside surface of the front cover. (page 3-9) Front...
Check Box Selection Front and Back Front Outside Front Inside Duplex Printing Front and Back Back Inside Front and Back Back Outside Duplex Printing Front and Back Back Inside Back Outside Duplex Printing Front and Back Front Outside Front Inside Back Inside Back Outside Duplex Printing...
Edit Cover Printing Options From the Media for cover list, select the media type or source cassette for the front and back covers. When you choose the media type, a source cassette matching that media is automatically selected. Note: Heavy, thin, or other special papers must be supplied from the MP tray. Media type selections are not supported for KM-1510.
Select the Page insert check box. Select the option corresponding to your desired page arrangement as shown in the table below. To print on both the front and back of the inserted page, enable the Print onto front and Print onto back check Check Box Options Page insert Page insert...
Check Box Options Page insert Print onto Back Duplex Printing Page insert Print onto Front Print onto Back Duplex Printing Combinations Adjust Media Combination Settings Enter the page number to insert. A page will be inserted between the page number you entered and the page before it.
From the Media for page list, select the media type of the inserted page or the source paper cassette. When you choose the media type, a source cassette that matches that media is automatically selected. Heavy, thin, or other special papers must be supplied from the MP tray.
Click the Publishing tab. Select the Transparency interleaving check box. To print the transparency content on the inserted pages as well, select the Print onto backing check box. From the Media for backing list, select the media type of the backing sheet or the source paper cassette.
RAM disk. For further details on hard disk installation and setup, refer to a RAM Disk. Job Storage (e-MPS) The Job tab offers a variety of features, as listed below. Printer Driver Function Menu Options Temporary and Stores print jobs for...
Sometimes the application settings are given priority over the printer driver settings, causing a change in the output method. If you select one of the Job options, the hard disk icon appears in the lower corner of the 3-D image.
Use KM-NET for Clients to Print Saved Jobs Again To print out jobs, the KM-NET for Clients utility must first be installed on your computer. The utility is located on the supplied Kyocera Software Library CD-ROM. Print a Barcode on a Print Job on page 8-6.
After installation, follow these steps to launch the KM-NET Job Manager utility: Click Start in the Windows taskbar and All Programs. Windows 98/Me: Click Programs, Kyocera, and then KM Net for Clients. Click Add. Depending on your printing system connections, select either the Local printer (for Parallel Connection) or Network printer.
Select the printing system to connect and click Finish to return to the main dialog box of the KM-NET for Clients. Select the printer icon displayed in the main dialog box and click the Job Manager icon. Print jobs saved in the printing system are displayed.
When initially printing a job, follow the steps below to print a barcode representing the job ID on each page or on the cover page only. By simply reading the barcode with the barcode reader, you can reprint either a page or the entire job.
If you want to print the job ID as characters with the barcode, as shown in the diagram below, enable the Print Barcode ID check box. From the Position list, select the barcode position on the page. From the Orientation list, select the direction of the barcode. Click OK.
Use the Barcode Reader When the printed barcode is read by the barcode reader, the printing system outputs that page. Barcode Reader Using the Barcode Reader to Read the barcode • If the barcode on the front cover is read, all pages are printed. •...
Create a virtual mail box by specifying a mail box name and number. The figure below illustrates the virtual mailbox option. For further details, refer to Mailboxes Use the printer driver to select a virtual mailbox for saving a job. You can group multiple mailboxes and identify the group with a unique name. You can save jobs into multiple mailboxes, or save it into all the mailboxes at the same time.
Click Properties in the list. The Properties dialog box appears. Click the Device Settings tab. Select the Hard Disk check box. The Hard Disk Settings dialog box appears. Click New and enter any name into Mailbox name. For example, name the mailbox after the user or department. The name can be up to 31 characters in length.
These sections explain how to import and export your virtual mailbox lists. You can save the list of virtual mailboxes created in the previous section onto your personal computer or network. Once saved, the list can be imported into other printer drivers. Export Click Start in the Windows taskbar, and click Printers and Faxes to open the Printers and Faxes window.
Select the Hard Disk check box. The Hard Disk Settings dialog box appears. Click Export. The Export VMB List dialog box appears. Select save location from the Save in list. Enter a name in the File name field and click Save. Close the Properties dialog Import Click Start in the Windows taskbar, and click Printers and Faxes to open the Printers and Faxes window.
Select the Hard Disk check box. The Hard Disk Settings dialog box appears. Click Import. The Import VMB List dialog box appears. Select the virtual mailbox data file to read from the Look in list. Click the virtual mailbox list name and click Open. The virtual mailbox list is opened and displayed in the Defined Names area.
Open the Properties dialog box, and click the Job tab. Select the Job storage (e-MPS) check box. Select Virtual mail box (VMB) and click Selection. If Virtual mail box (VMB) is inactive, no virtual mailboxes have been created yet. Click Cancel in the screen above, and create a virtual mailbox while referring to Create Virtual Mailboxes The Virtual Mailbox Selection dialog box appears.
The list is printed from the printing system’s operation panel. Note: The actual key operation may differ depending on the model. At the printing system’s operation panel, press the MENU key. Press the Press the Press the This menu is not displayed if all virtual mailboxes are empty. Press the ENTER key.
This menu is not available if all virtual mailboxes are empty. >Print VMB Data Tray 001: Tray 001: Represents Virtual Mailbox 1. Press the ENTER key. A blinking question mark [ ? ] is displayed. Note: At this point, if there are jobs in other virtual mailboxes, you can select them (Tray) by pressing the To print the jobs in those virtual mailboxes, press the ENTER key.
When you Print from the application, the job will be saved to the hard disk while the specified number of copies prints. For further details on printing additional copies of a Quick copy job, see below. Printing Additional Copies of Quick Copy Jobs Note: The actual key operation may differ depending on the model.
Name the job for future reference when printing from the print operation panel. • If you select Application defined in Job name, the application automatically names the document. • In the Job name area, select Custom to enter a name of your choice. The name can be up to 31 characters in length.
Press the ENTER key, the user name displays with a blinking question mark [ ? ]. If the user name is correct, press the ENTER key. Otherwise, press the until the correct name is displayed. The job name is displayed with a blinking question mark [ ? ]. Press the ENTER The user name displayed is specified following the instructions in page 2-5.
Job Storage The Job storage feature saves jobs on the hard disk for future printing, even if the printing system is switched off. You can also use access codes to restrict the printing of forms. In the Job tab, click Job storage (e-MPS) and then select Job Storage. Select the Access code check box and enter the desired four-digit access code using numbers between 0 and 9.
Synergy Print Box Synergy print box (SPB) combines electronic and copier data into one document and stores them in your choice of virtual output print boxes. Copier documents and print jobs from various applications can be combined. This feature is available on KM-4530, KM-5530, KM-6230, KM-6330, and KM-7530. See your printing system’s Operation Guide for more information on this feature.
Scan a Document into a Print Box At the printing system’s operation panel, press the Document Management key. The Document Management menu appears. Under Synergy Print Box, select Document reg. Select a print box from the list. (Optional) To give a custom name to the document, touch Change name, and then enter the name on the typepad that appears.
Print the Documents in a Print Box At the printing system’s operation panel, press the Document Management key. The Document Management menu appears. Under Synergy Print Box, select Document printing. From the list of print boxes, select the print box you want to print. The list of documents in the print box appears.
Select Conf/Crrt details. Select Print from list. The selected document will print. Edit a Print Box At the printing system’s operation panel, press the Document Management key. The Document Management menu appears. Under Synergy Print Box, select Box Editing. Here your options are: Order of indication Use this option to sort the contents of the print box.
modify image information, or delete images. A stored form can be combined with an image scanned in at the printing system. This feature is available on KM-4530, KM-5530, KM-6230, KM-6330, and KM-7530. See your printing system’s Operation Guide for more information on this feature. To use the Form gallery, select High quality in the Imaging tab;...
Press the Form Selected key and then the Loading Form key. The list of forms in the form box will appear. Select the form that you want to Select Close. The overlay screen appears. Here you can adjust the exposure of the selected form by pressing the + and - keys.
KX printer drivers on your computer and to other computers. A maximum 25 profiles can be saved in one driver, including the default profile. A set of common profiles can be installed as optional components from the Kyocera Printer Installation Wizard.
Delete Profile Click Profile in the Printing Preferences dialog box. Select profiles and click Delete. Click Yes to delete the profiles. Import and Export Profile You can export and save a profile on your computer and transfer it to other computers, then use it with other printing systems.
10 Advanced The Advanced tab contains special features that extend the capabilities of the printing system. Click the button at the left of the feature name to open a dialog box containing options for that feature. • • Prologue/Epilogue Prologue/Epilogue lets an experienced PRESCRIBE user insert one or more printing system language command files into specific locations of a print job.
Click Add to browse your computer or network for command files. The files are plain text format and typically have a file name extension of either .txt, or .log. Edit Select a file name in the list, then click Edit. Microsoft Notepad opens for editing the file text.
End of the page The command file is inserted at the bottom of each page of the print job. With Start of the page or End of the page selected, choose one of the following page options: Only on odd pages The command file is inserted into all odd-numbered pages.
Page selection Page selection options are enabled after a watermark is selected from the list. Choose one of the following: All pages The watermark prints on every page of the document. First page only The watermark prints only on the first page of the document. All pages except first page The watermark prints on all pages of the document except the first page.
Additional Text Options Fonts Select a font for the new watermark from the Font list, and select a font style, color, and size. In the Count box, enter the number of watermarks to appear on a page, from 1 to 20.
Angle Click the angle button anywhere in the preview area. Click and hold as you move the mouse, rotating the watermark image to as you want it to appear on the printed page The method of rotation is determined by selecting or clearing the Rotate around center check box at the far right of the dialog box.
Edit Watermark The Edit Watermark feature lets you select an existing watermark and make changes to its appearance and properties. For standard watermarks, the Watermark name and Watermark text cannot be changed. From the Select watermark list, select a watermark to edit. Click Edit to open the Edit Watermark dialog box.
Glossary Access code print a Private Print job. An access code can also be used with the Job storage feature. Auto Configure work and automatically retrieves settings for optional devices, memory, and RAM disk. Driver settings will be updated with information received from the physical printing system. Installed devices will be displayed in the 3-D image.
Secure print jobs cannot be printed until requested, using the Access code, at the print- ing system's operation panel. KM-NET Software that provides network-wide management of printers and copiers. Kyocera image refinement (KIR) vector graphics. Mailbox Print job destination option that distributes print jobs to output trays when an op- tional device such as a Sorter stacker, Document finisher, or Mailbox is installed.
Layout feature for printing a document in a larger size than the maximum supported by the printer so the cumulative sheets can be assembled as a poster. Use this feature to print a document in a large, eye-catching poster format, up to 25 times larger than the original document size.
Synergy print box (SPB) document and stores it in your choice of virtual output print boxes. Copier documents and print jobs from various applications can be combined. The job is printed out at the operation panel by selecting the Synergy print box ID number. Tandem print effectively doubling print speed and providing backup printing support.
Appendix Available Fonts Font Name Albertus Extra Bold Albertus Medium Antique Olive Antique Olive Bold Antique Olive Italic Arial Arial Bold Arial Italic Arial Bold Italic CG Times CG Times Bold CG Times Italic CG Times Bold Italic CG Omega CG Omega Bold CG Omega Italic CG Omega Bold Italic...
Garamond Halbfett Kursiv Helvetica Helvetica Bold Helvetica Oblique Helvetica Bold Oblique Helvetica Narrow Helvetica Narrow Bold Helvetica Narrow Oblique Helvetica Narrow Bold Oblique ITC Avant Garde Gothic Book Times New Roman Bold Italic KYCW1_18.TTF Univers Bold KYCW1_59.TTF Univers Bold Condensed KYCW1_61.TTF KYCW1_60.TTF Univers Bold Italic...