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  • Page 2 , the stylized X, and all Xerox product names and product numbers mentioned in this publication are registered trademarks of Xerox Corporation. Xerox Canada is a licensee of all the trademarks. Other company brands and product names may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies and are also acknowledged.
  • Page 3: Safety Notes

    Safety Notes The Xerox DocuColor 12 copier/printer and the Document Centre ColorSeries 50 and the recommended maintenance supplies have been designed and tested to meet strict safety requirements. Attention to the following notes will ensure the continued safe operation of your copier/printer.
  • Page 4: Disconnect Device

    If any of the following conditions occur, switch off the power to the machine immediately and disconnect the power cord from the electrical outlet. Call an authorized Xerox service representative to correct the problem. – The machine emits unusual noises or odors.
  • Page 5: Laser Safety

    Laser safety CAUTION: Use of controls, adjustments, or procedures other than those specified in this documentation may result in a hazardous exposure to laser radiation. This equipment complies with international safety standards. With specific regard to laser safety, the equipment complies with performance standards for laser products set by government, national, and international agencies as a Class 1 laser product.
  • Page 6: Maintenance Safety

    Do not perform any maintenance procedures unless you have been trained to do them by a Xerox representative or unless a procedure is specifically described in one of the copier/printer manuals. SAFETY NOTES...
  • Page 7: Operational Safety

    Operational safety Your Xerox equipment and supplies were designed and tested to meet strict safety requirements. These include safety agency examination, approval, and compliance with established environmental standards. Your attention to the following safety guidelines will help ensure the continued safe operation of your copier/printer: •...
  • Page 8: Ozone Safety

    The ozone is heavier than air, and the quantity is dependent on copy volume. Providing the correct environmental parameters, as specified in the Xerox installation procedures, ensures that concentration levels meet safe limits. If you need additional information about ozone,...
  • Page 9: Notices

    • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Changes or modifications to this equipment not specifically approved by the Xerox Corporation may void the authority granted by the FCC to operate this equipment. EDIT PAD USER GUIDE...
  • Page 10: In Canada

    Changes or modifications to this equipment not specifically approved by the Xerox Corporation may void the user’s authority to operate this equipment. Shielded cables must be used with this equipment to maintain compliance with FCC regulations.
  • Page 11: Safety Extra Low Voltage Approval

    Safety Extra Low Voltage Approval The Xerox DocuColor 12 copier/printer and Document Centre ColorSeries 50 copier/printer are in compliance with various governmental agencies and national safety regulations. All system ports meet the Safety Extra Low Voltage (SELV) circuits for connection to customer-owned devices and networks.
  • Page 12: Certifications

    Changes or modifications to this equipment not specifically approved by Xerox Europe may void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. Shielded cables must be used with this equipment to maintain compliance with the EMC Directive 89/ 336/EEC.
  • Page 13 Changes or modifications to this equipment not specifically approved by Xerox Europe may void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. Shielded cables must be used with this equipment to maintain compliance with the EMC Directive 89/ 336/EEC.
  • Page 14: It's Illegal

    It’s Illegal . . . in the USA Congress, by statute, has forbidden the copying of the following subjects under certain circumstances. Penalties of fine or imprisonment may be imposed on those guilty of making such copies. 1. Obligations or Securities of the United States Govern- ment, such as: Certificates of Indebtedness National Bank Currency Coupons from Bonds...
  • Page 15 2. Adjusted Compensation Certificates for Veter- ans of the World Wars. 3. Obligations or Securities of any Foreign Gov- ernment, Bank, or Corporation. 4. Copyrighted material, unless permission of the copyright owner has been obtained or the copying falls within the “fair use” or library reproduction rights provisions of the copyright law.
  • Page 16 It’s Illegal . . . in Canada Parliament, by statute, has forbidden the copying of the following subjects under certain circumstances. Penalties of fines or imprisonment may be imposed on those guilty of making such copies. 1. Current bank notes or current paper money. 2.
  • Page 17: Environmental Notices

    Environmental Notices . . . in the USA ® As an ENERGY STAR partner, Xerox Corporation has determined that this copier/printer ® model meets the ENERGY STAR guidelines for energy efficiency. ® ENERGY STAR is a US registered trademark. The ENERGY STAR program is a team effort...
  • Page 18 Currently, Environmental Choice has more than 1600 approved products and 140 licensees. Xerox has been a leader in offering EcoLogo approved products. In 1996, Xerox became the first company licensed to use the Environmental Choice EcoLogo for its copiers printers, and fax machines.
  • Page 19: Table Of Contents

    Contents Safety Notes Electrical safety ........... . .III Laser safety .
  • Page 20 3. Basic Edit Pad Procedure Overview ............3-1 Basic procedure for using the Edit Pad .
  • Page 21 8. System Administration Functions Overview ............8-1 Custom Palette Setup .
  • Page 22 CONTENTS XXII EDIT PAD USER GUIDE...
  • Page 23: Overview

    1. Overview Introduction The Edit Pad is an optional accessory for your DocuColor 12 copier/ printer or Document Centre ColorSeries 50. Use the Edit Pad features when you want to add, delete, or change parts of the original document before copying.
  • Page 24 This Edit Pad manual includes the following chapters: • Overview • Getting to know your Edit Pad • Basic Edit Pad Procedure • Selecting a Feature • Selecting an Area Shape • Selecting a Color • Cancelling Selections • System Administration functions •...
  • Page 25: Conventions Used In This Manual

    Conventions used in this manual In this manual, descriptions of features and options generally follow procedure steps. You may need to combine several procedures to achieve the results you desire. This manual uses a number of symbols to help you identify various kinds of information. These symbols are described below.
  • Page 26 OVERVIEW 1–4 EDIT PAD USER GUIDE...
  • Page 27: Getting To Know Your Edit Pad

    2. Getting to Know Your Edit Pad Overview This chapter provides an introduction to the copier/printer Edit Pad applications and Edit Pad components and shows an example of how to use the Edit Pad features. NOTE: Some graphics may not appear in the manual exactly as they would appear after actual copying.
  • Page 28: Edit Pad Features

    Edit Pad Features The copier/printer Edit Pad has a variety of features to help you edit original documents. You can take black and white originals and colorize them, highlight areas of an original for emphasis, or delete unwanted text or graphics from your original.
  • Page 29: Enhancing Documents With Erase Outside And Erase Inside

    Enhancing documents with Erase Outside and Erase Inside Use the Erase Outside and Erase Inside features to edit unwanted text or graphics from your documents.The edited samples displayed below show unwanted text edited out of original documents. EDIT PAD USER GUIDE 2–3 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR EDIT PAD...
  • Page 30: Filling Enclosed Areas With Color Using Highlight

    Filling enclosed areas with color using Highlight To make your copies visually appealing, add highlight colors to the background. GETTING TO KNOW YOUR EDIT PAD 2–4 EDIT PAD USER GUIDE...
  • Page 31: Color Conversion

    Color Conversion Add special effects to your copies by changing one or more colors to other colors. EDIT PAD USER GUIDE 2–5 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR EDIT PAD...
  • Page 32: Using Negative Image To Change Colors

    Using Negative Image to change colors Change the appearance of your copies by changing dark or colored text. The graphic displayed below shows a negative image of the sailboat and text. In the edited document, background color has been added using the Color Conversion feature.
  • Page 33: Key Components Of The Edit Pad

    Key components of the Edit Pad Use the optional Edit Pad to select points or areas on a document where you want to apply the features available with the Edit Pad. The key components of the Edit Pad are identified in the illustration and list below: 1.
  • Page 34 The following illustration and table show and define the various Edit Pad Control Panel and Edit Number features: Call-out No. Name Function Select Edit Number indica- These indicators flash to inform you that you must select an Edit Number. One of these indicators lights after you select an Edit Number.
  • Page 35 The following illustration and table describe the Area Shapes, Select Area, and Cancel Areas features on the Edit Pad Control Panel: Call-out No. Name Function Select Area Shape indica- These indicators flash when you must select an area type. tors When you select an area type, only that specific indicator remains lit.
  • Page 36 The following illustration defines the Color Palette, Customer Palette, and Cancel Edit Number features: Call-out No. Name Function Select Color indicator Flashes to indicate a color should be selected from the Color Palette or Customer Palette. Color Palette You can select 27 individual colors from the Color Palette to add effect to your documents.
  • Page 37: An Example Of Using The Edit Pad

    An example of using the Edit Pad The following illustration demonstrates the copy results after selecting four types of Edit Pad features for one document. Edit Number 1 Document Copy result Edit Number 2 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXXXX XXXXX Edit Number 3 XXXXX XXXX XXXXX XXXX XXX XXX...
  • Page 38 Edit Number 1 Document Copy result Edit Number 2 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXXXX XXXXX Edit Number 3 XXXXX XXXX XXXXX XXXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX Edit Number 4 XXXXX XXXXX Applying colors to the text: • For Edit Number 3, select Color Conversion and Point Whole Area.
  • Page 39: Basic Edit Pad Procedure

    3. Basic Edit Pad Procedure Overview This chapter tells you how to select and combine the Edit Pad features. Also included is a basic Edit Pad procedure you can use to edit your original documents. Copier/printer features that cannot be used with the Edit Pad are listed in this section.
  • Page 40: Basic Procedure For Using The Edit Pad

    Basic procedure for using the Edit Pad Use the following basic procedure to edit your documents using the Edit Pad. KEY POINT: Editing thick documents To edit books or thick documents, make a copy of the desired page or pages and use the copy for editing when using the Edit Pad.
  • Page 41 From the copier/printer Control Panel, touch Editing on the Job Assembly tab: Touch Areas Edited on the Editing screen. EDIT PAD USER GUIDE BASIC EDIT PAD PROCEDURE...
  • Page 42 Place your original document face-up on the Edit Pad underneath the Clear Plastic Overlay. KEY POINT: Be sure that the document touches the upper right corner of the Edit Pad. Edit Place the Clear Plastic Overlay over the original document. BASIC EDIT PAD PROCEDURE EDIT PAD USER GUIDE...
  • Page 43 Select an Edit Number with the Edit Pen. The edit feature indicators of the selected number flashes. • You can use up to four Edit Numbers on the same original. Use one feature, one area type, and one color selection for each Edit Number.
  • Page 44 Select an Area Shape with the Edit Pen. • You can select only one Area Shape for each Edit Number. NOTE: At this point, you can change your selection to another Area Shape by selecting the new Area Shape. The selected Area Shape lights.
  • Page 45 Use the Edit Pen to define the area on the original by touching the pen on the Edit Pad in the desired locations. • If you selected Freehand, touch Enter Freehand Area with the Edit Pen to save the area. NOTE: The copy may reflect a 0.5 mm misregistration.
  • Page 46 Select a color (if applicable) with the Edit Pen from any of the 45 color selections. • To change to a different color, touch a new color with the Edit Pen. Edit NOTE: You may select another Edit Number to continue editing your document.
  • Page 47 Remove the document from the Edit Pad and place it face down on the Document Glass in the top left corner. Close the Document Cover. Touch Save on the copier/printer Control Panel. Enter the number of desired copies and other features for the job, and touch the Start button.
  • Page 48: Features You Cannot Use With The Edit Pad

    Features you cannot use with the Edit Pad The following copier/printer features cannot be used in combination with the Edit Pad: • You cannot use the document feeder (DADF) to make copies of documents that were edited with the Edit Pad. To make a copy, place the document on the Document Glass.
  • Page 49: Selecting A Feature

    4. Selecting a Feature Overview This chapter provides information on the following Edit Pad features: • Erase Outside • Erase Inside • Highlight • Color Conversion • Negative Image KEY POINT: Only one feature can be used with each Edit Number. KEY POINT: For more information about selecting an Area Shape or a Color, refer to Chapter 5, “Selecting an Area Shape,”...
  • Page 50: Erase Outside

    Erase Outside The Erase Outside feature deletes the images outside of the selected area. You can extract a selected area and make a copy. All areas on which Erase Outside are applied are deleted, regardless of the selection order of other Edit Features.
  • Page 51 Place your original document face-up on the Edit Pad underneath the Clear Plastic Overlay. Select an Edit Number. The Edit Feature indicators of the selected number flashes. Select Erase Outside. The available Area Shapes flash. To change a feature, select another feature. The Edit selected feature lights.
  • Page 52: Erase Outside With Auto Center

    Touch Save on the copier/printer Touch Screen to save the edit settings. NOTE: To continue defining Erase Outside using different shapes or other features, select a new Edit Number that is not used and repeat the selection process. To select features other than Erase Outside, Edit follow the procedure for each feature.
  • Page 53: Erase Inside

    Erase Inside The Erase Inside feature deletes the images inside the selected area. Edit NOTE: For additional information on combining Edit Pad features and the Basic Edit Pad Procedures, see Chapter 3, “Basic Edit Pad Procedure.” KEY POINT: When the Erase Inside area and Erase Outside area overlap, Erase Inside has priority.
  • Page 54 Place your original document face-up on the Edit Pad underneath the Clear Plastic Overlay. Select an Edit Number. The Edit Feature indicators of the selected number flashes. Select Erase Inside. The available Area Shapes flash. Select an Area Shape. The Select Area indicator Edit flashes.
  • Page 55 Touch Save on the copier/printer Touch Screen to save the edit settings. NOTE: To continue defining Erase Inside using different shapes or other features, select a new Edit Number and repeat the selection process. To select features other than Erase Inside, follow the procedure for each feature.
  • Page 56: Highlight

    Highlight The Highlight feature allows you to add a selected color to the background of an area without changing the color of the text and illustrations. Edit NOTE: For additional information on combining Edit Pad features and the Basic Edit Pad Procedures, see Chapter 3, “Basic Edit Pad Procedure.”...
  • Page 57 Place your original document face-up on the Edit Pad underneath the Clear Plastic Overlay. Select an Edit Number. The Edit Feature indicators of the selected number flashes. Select Highlight. The available Area Shapes flash. Select an Area Shape. The Select Area indicator Edit flashes.
  • Page 58 Touch Save on the copier/printer Touch Screen to save the edit settings. NOTE: To continue defining Highlight using different area selection methods, select a new Edit Number and repeat the selection process. To select features other than Highlight, follow the procedure for each feature.
  • Page 59: Color Conversion

    Color Conversion The Color Conversion feature allows you to change the color of text or the color within a specified area by selecting colors from the Color Palette. Edit NOTE: For additional information on combining Edit Pad features and the Basic Edit Pad Procedures, see Chapter 3, “Basic Edit Pad Procedure.”...
  • Page 60 Place your original document face-up on the Edit Pad underneath the Clear Plastic Overlay. Select an Edit Number. The Edit Feature indicators of the selected number flashes. Select Color Conversion. The available Area Shapes flash. Select an Area Shape. The Select Area indicator Edit flashes.
  • Page 61 Touch Save on the copier/printer Touch Screen to save the edit settings. NOTE: To continue defining Color Conversion using different shapes or other features, select a new Edit Number and repeat the selection process. To select features other than Color Conversion, follow the procedure for each feature.
  • Page 62: Negative Image

    Negative Image The Negative Image feature allows you to apply color to the background within a specified area. Dark text becomes light and light text becomes dark. For example, whenever an original contains black text, the Negative Image feature changes the text to white.
  • Page 63 Place your original document face-up on the Edit Pad underneath the Clear Plastic Overlay. Select an Edit Number. The Edit Feature indicators of the selected number flashes. Select Negative Image. The available Area Shapes flash. Select an Area Shape. The Select Area indicator Edit flashes.
  • Page 64 Select a color from the Color Palette. Touch Save on the copier/printer Touch Screen to save the edit settings. NOTE: To continue defining Negative Image using different area selection methods, select a new Edit Number and repeat the selection Edit process.
  • Page 65: Selecting An Area Shape

    5. Selecting an Area Shape Edit Overview This chapter tells you how to define shapes for editing your document using the four Edit Pad Area Shapes: Rectangle Area, Freehand, Point Outside Area, and Point Whole Area. KEY POINT: Only one feature can be used with each Edit Number.
  • Page 66: Defining An Area Shape

    You can select only one Area Shape for each Edit Number. However, you can define multiple areas of the same type. Keep in mind the following Area Shape rules: NOTE: You can define a maximum of 200 areas for each original document. •...
  • Page 67 Methods for defining a shape: You can define the following shapes: • Define a Rectangle Area by touching the Edit Pen to opposite corners of the shape. • Define a Freehand area by drawing around the area with the Edit Pen or by making a series of points to define the shape.
  • Page 68 Using the Edit Pen Keep in mind the following when using the Edit Pen: • Always hold the Edit Pen perpendicular (straight up) to the Edit Pad. If you hold the pen at an angle, the point may not be entered correctly.
  • Page 69 Overlapping areas When you define two or more areas and they overlap each other, the options you select for the area you defined last are applied over the previous areas. Priority of areas This illustration shows the priority given when you Edit define multiple areas.
  • Page 70 Combining Erase Outside and Erase Inside This illustration shows the results on the copy when an Erase Outside area and an Erase Inside area overlap. Image area Edit Results on Erase Erase copy Inside Outside area area SELECTING AN AREA SHAPE EDIT PAD USER GUIDE...
  • Page 71: Rectangle Area

    Rectangle Area NOTE: For more information on basic editing procedures, see Chapter 3, “Basic Edit Pad Procedure.” Edit From the copier/printer Control Panel, touch Editing on the Job Assembly tab. Touch Areas Edited on the Editing screen. Place your original document face-up on the Edit Pad underneath the Clear Plastic Overlay.
  • Page 72 Select Rectangle Area. NOTE: To select a different Area Shape, select the desired Area Shape. The selected Area Shape lights. Mark two points using the Edit Pen. These points must be the opposite corners of the area to be Edit edited.
  • Page 73 Select a color from the Color Palette. NOTE: You can apply only one color to the areas defined for each Edit Number. To select a different color, select the new color with the Edit Pen. When you are finished editing the original, remove it from the Edit Pad and place it face down in the Edit top left corner of the Document Glass.
  • Page 74: Freehand Area

    Freehand Area NOTE: For more information on basic editing procedures, see Chapter 3, “Basic Edit Pad Procedure.” Edit From the copier/printer Control Panel, touch Editing on the Job Assembly tab. Touch Areas Edited on the Editing screen. Place your original document face-up on the Edit Pad underneath the Clear Plastic Overlay.
  • Page 75 Select an Edit Number. The Edit Feature indicators of the selected number flashes. Select the Edit Feature. The available Area Shapes flash. Select Freehand area. You can create a Freehand area by drawing a line to define the shape or by making a series of dots Edit to define the shape.
  • Page 76 Dot method Place a series of dots around the area to be defined. You must make a minimum of three dots. (You can make a maximum of 4,000.) Line Method Edit Dot Method KEY POINT: Do not cross lines when using either the line method or the dot method, otherwise, the area will not be defined correctly.
  • Page 77 Select Enter Freehand Area to save the defined area. Edit • A single tone indicates that the area has been saved. • You can continue to enter more Freehand areas without selecting Freehand Area again. Simply use the Edit Pad and draw another Freehand shape on the original.
  • Page 78 Select a color from the Color Palette. NOTE: You can apply only one color to the areas defined for each Edit Number. To select a different color, select the new color with the Edit Pen. When you are finished editing the original, remove it from the Edit Pad and place it face down in the Edit top left corner of the Document Glass.
  • Page 79: Point Outside Area

    Point Outside Area NOTE: For more information on basic editing procedures, see Chapter 3, “Basic Edit Pad Procedure.” Edit From the copier/printer Control Panel, touch Editing on the Job Assembly tab. Touch Areas Edited on the Editing screen. Place your original document face-up on the Edit Pad underneath the Clear Plastic Overlay.
  • Page 80 Select Point Outside Area with the Edit Pen. Use the Point Outside Area feature when you have two enclosed areas and you want to copy only the outside area and thereby leaving the inside area white. To select a different Area Shape, select the desired Area Shape.
  • Page 81 • If there is a break in the line enclosing the inside area, or if the line is too thin, the inside area is colored the same as the outside area. • If a point is placed in an area where a portion of the area has less than 0.5 mm between lines, the copier/printer is unable to recognize the area.
  • Page 82: Point Whole Area

    Point Whole Area NOTE: For more information on basic editing procedures, see Chapter 3, “Basic Edit Pad Procedure.” Edit From the copier/printer Control Panel, touch Editing on the Job Assembly tab. Touch Areas Edited on the Editing screen. Place your original document face-up on the Edit Pad underneath the Clear Plastic Overlay.
  • Page 83 Select Point Whole Area with the Edit Pen. Use the Point Whole Area feature when you want to apply a color to the entire area within an enclosed frame. Examples: Pie charts and bar graphs. To select a different Area Shape, select the desired Area Shape.
  • Page 84 Select a color from the Color Palette. You can apply only one color to the areas defined for each Edit Number. To select a different color, select the new color with the Edit Pen. When you are finished editing the original, remove it from the Edit Pad and place it face down in the Edit top left corner of the Document Glass.
  • Page 85: Selecting A Color

    6. Selecting a Color Edit Overview The Color Palette is divided into two sections. The left side of the Color Palette consists of 27 individual colors. The 18 colors in the Customer Palette on the right side can be registered in the Tools Mode (as described in chapter 7) as 18 different colors or remain at the factory default of six colors of three densities each.
  • Page 86: Customer Palette

    Customer Palette The default settings for the Customer Palette provides six columns of colors with three rows, One row contains high density colors, the second medium density colors and the third row contains low density colors. For example, the default settings show one Edit column containing yellow at 3 levels of density.
  • Page 87: Medium Density Colors

    Medium Density Colors Medium density colors are suitable for graphs or illustrations. (Highlight) Edit Low Density Colors Low density colors are suitable for background of text or lines and can also be used as light colors. (Highlight) EDIT PAD USER GUIDE SELECTING A COLOR...
  • Page 88: Selecting A Color

    Selecting a color NOTE: For more information on basic editing procedures, see Chapter 3, “Basic Edit Pad Procedure.” Edit From the copier/printer Control Panel, touch Editing on the Job Assembly tab. Touch Areas Edited on the Editing screen. Place your original document face-up on the Edit Pad underneath the Clear Plastic Overlay.
  • Page 89 Select a color with the Edit Pen. Edit • The Select Color indicator flashes to indicate when you can select a color. • To select a different color, select the new color with the Edit Pen. When you are finished editing the original, remove it from the Edit Pad and place it face down in the top left corner of the Document Glass.
  • Page 90: Selecting A Single Color (Output Color)

    Selecting a single color (Output Color) When using the Basic Copying, Output Color feature, you can select a single color from the Edit Pad Color Palette. Use the following procedure when selecting a single color from the Basic Copying, Output Color screen. NOTE: For more information on basic editing Edit procedures, see Chapter 3, “Basic Edit Pad...
  • Page 91 Select a color with the Edit Pen. Edit • The Select Color indicator flashes to indicate when a color should be selected. • To select a different color, select the new color with the Edit Pen. Select any other desired features (Reduce/ Enlarge, Paper Tray, etc.) and enter the desired number of copies.
  • Page 92 Edit SELECTING A COLOR EDIT PAD USER GUIDE...
  • Page 93: Cancelling Selections

    7. Cancelling Selections Overview This chapter tells you how to cancel features, shapes or color selections you make on the Edit Pad. EDIT PAD USER GUIDE CANCELLING SELECTIONS...
  • Page 94: Making Cancellations And Changes

    Making Cancellations and Changes You can cancel or correct a selected area, feature, or color. When you select an Edit Number, the indicator flashes, and you can correct or cancel the selected area, feature or color. Edit Cancelling Edit Number settings To cancel the features after you define the area, select Cancel Edit Number on the right side of the Edit Pad Control Panel.
  • Page 95: Cancelling All Settings

    Cancelling all settings • Select No Edits on the Touch screen to cancel all the selected settings. NOTE: When Job Completion Timeout is set, the selected features are reset automatically after a fixed time. The Timeout features can be adjusted in Tools Mode. For more information refer to Chapter 8, System Administration Functions.
  • Page 96 Edit CANCELLING SELECTIONS EDIT PAD USER GUIDE...
  • Page 97: System Administration Functions

    8. System Administration Functions Figure 1: Tools screen Overview When the Edit Pad is installed, the Custom Palette Set-up and Print Palette features are available in Tools Mode. These options which you can access by touching the Edit Pad Set-up button, are set by the Administrator.
  • Page 98: Custom Palette Setup

    Custom Palette Setup If the color you want to use is not available on the Color Palette, change the Custom Palette Set- up to register the desired color. The System Administrator may print the Custom Palette and place it on the Edit Pad to allow you to select colors from the new palette.
  • Page 99: Using Tools Mode

    Using Tools Mode To change Edit Pad default settings you must have the Administrator password and enter Tools Mode. The procedures for entering and exiting Tools Mode are described here. Entering Tools Mode KEY POINT: All previous programming selections are canceled when you press the Clear All button in the Tools Mode.
  • Page 100 Touch the Tools button to display the Tools Access Number screen, as illustrated in Figure 4. Figure 4: Tools Access Number screen If you make a mistake, press the C button to clear your selections. Touch Cancel to end the operation and display the Tools screen.
  • Page 101: Customer Palette

    Customer Palette You may change the colors of the Customer Palette colors from their factory defaults. You may change any of the eighteen Customer Palette settings if the color you wish to use is not available. NOTE: Only those knowledgeable regarding color management should change the Customer Palette percentages.
  • Page 102 Touch the Edit Pad Set-up button to display the Edit Pad Set-up screen (Figure 7). Figure 7: Edit Pad Set-up screen Touch the Custom Palette Set-up button to display the Custom Palette Set-up screen (Figure 8). Figure 8: Custom Palette Set-up screen The first of three pages of Custom Palette settings are listed.
  • Page 103 Touch the Change Settings button to edit the settings for the selected Custom Palette Number. The Custom Color Setup screen for that color is shown.(Figure 9) The Title bar lists the Custom Color Set-up number that you are changing. Figure 9: Custom Color Set-up screen Define the color contents of Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow by using the up and down arrows.
  • Page 104 Touch Save to confirm the new Custom Color settings. Touch Cancel to exit without saving your changes. Repeat steps 4 and 5 if you wish to change the color content of other colors after selecting the correct Custom Palette Number. From the Edit Pad Set-up screen (Figure 10) touch Print Palette to print the color palette of the registered colors.
  • Page 105 One copy of each Color Palette is printed in order. The printed copies can be trimmed and pasted on to the Color Palette of the Edit Pad to be used as samples. NOTE: The Customer Palette default settings contain three rows of colors. One row contains high density colors, the second medium density colors and the third row contains low density colors.
  • Page 106: Exiting Tools Mode

    Exiting Tools Mode To exit the Tools Mode, touch the Close button on the Tools screen (Figure 12). KEY POINT: Touch Close to exit any screen within Tools Mode without making changes and to display the previous screen. Figure 12: Tools screen NOTE: For further information on accessing Tools mode, see the copier/printer System Administration Guide, Chapter 3.
  • Page 107: Default Customer Palette Color Content

    Default Customer Palette Color Content The default settings for the Customer Palette provides six columns of colors with three rows (Table 1.) One row contains high density colors, the second medium density colors and the third row contains low density colors. If you alter the settings and then wish to change back to the default settings, change the correct Custom Palette Number using the Custom Color Setup...
  • Page 108: Major Color Contents

    Major Color Contents Major color contents are displayed here. Use this table to help you change the Custom Colors to the new color you desire. NOTE: The colors displayed here may appear slightly different from the actual printed colors. SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION FUNCTIONS 8-12 EDIT PAD USER GUIDE...
  • Page 109: Editing Tips And Problem-Solving

    Editing Tips And Problem-Solving Overview This section contains tips and problem-solving techniques to help you use the Edit Pad features effectively. EDIT PAD USER GUIDE EDITING TIPS AND PROBLEM-SOLVING...
  • Page 110: Application Tips

    Application Tips The application tips described here will help you to use the Edit Pad features effectively. You will learn about: • Applying colors to graphs and charts • Defining shapes to apply colors to text • Applying colors to areas difficult to define or to small areas •...
  • Page 111: Defining And Applying Colors To Text

    Key Procedures When applying colors to bar graphs and charts, use Point Whole Area to define the areas within the boundaries. Select Highlight, then select Point Whole Area. Mark a point within the bars or the chart to define the area. Select a color from the Color Palette.
  • Page 112 Key Procedures When applying colors to text that is not enclosed within boundaries, you must define the Area Shape with Rectangle Area. Select Highlight, then select Rectangle Area. To define the area, mark two points diagonally with the text enclosed. Select a color from the Color Palette.
  • Page 113: Applying Colors To Areas Difficult To Define

    Applying colors to areas difficult to define When applying colors to areas that are difficult to define or are small (such as maps), first apply colors to the whole document, then apply white or the desired color to the areas outside. Key Procedure When applying colors to the whole area (in this case the map), you must define the whole area...
  • Page 114: Enlarging And Centering An Area Of A Document

    Enlarging and centering an area of a document To enlarge and center an area of a document, select Auto Center for copy position, and enlarge the area for copying. The Auto Center option is found on the Added Features tab under Margin Shift.
  • Page 115: Problem-Solving

    Problem-Solving Occasionally you may experience unexpected results. NOTE: This section discusses problems you may experience when you have not applied highlighting correctly. Colors are not applied to all areas Parts of the text or small areas may not reflect highlighting even though Highlight is applied for all areas.
  • Page 116: Colors Applied To Areas Not Defined

    Apply the same color to the whole area. Using Highlight again, the output will have no missing colored areas. You must select Highlight, then mark a point within the boundary defined with Point Whole Area. Select another edit number. Select Highlight, then select Point Whole Area.
  • Page 117 Problem: When Highlight is selected for an area within the boundary but only part of the text is colored Reason: The point you marked may be too close to the text or the document may be out of position on the document glass. Corrective Action: Correct this problem by: •...
  • Page 118 EDITING TIPS AND PROBLEM-SOLVING 9-10 EDIT PAD USER GUIDE...
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