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Canon MX860 series On-screen Manual
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How to Use This Manual
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MC-3456-V1.00
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  • Page 1 Canon MX860 series On-screen Manual Page 1 of 997 pages How to Use This Manual Printing This Manual MC-3456-V1.00 Basic Guide Advanced Guide Troubleshooting Describes the summary of Describes the detailed this product. function of this product.
  • Page 2 MX860 series Basic Guide Page 2 of 997 pages How to Use This Manual Printing This Manual MP-2951-V1.10 Advanced Guide Contents Faxing Safety Precautions Sending Faxes Overview of the Machine Using Various Sending Functions Main Components Receiving Faxes How to Navigate Menus on the LCD Using Various Receiving Functions Using Useful Fax Functions Setting Up the Machine...
  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions Page 3 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting Contents > Safety Precautions Safety Precautions Please read the safety warnings and cautions provided in this manual to ensure that you use the machine safely. Do not attempt to use the machine in any way not described in this manual. It causes unexpected accident, fire, or electric shock.
  • Page 4 Safety Precautions Page 4 of 997 pages cleaning the machine. If you accidentally switch the machine on while cleaning it, you could injure yourself or damage the machine. Maintaining Do not attempt to disassemble or modify the machine. There are no user serviceable parts inside the machine. the machine The machine contains high-voltage components.
  • Page 5 Safety Precautions Page 5 of 997 pages Do not transport or use the machine on a slant, vertically or upside-down, as the ink may leak and damage the machine. When loading a thick book on the Platen Glass, do not press hard on the Document Cover.
  • Page 6: Overview Of The Machine

    Overview of the Machine Page 6 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting Contents > Overview of the Machine Overview of the Machine This section shows the component names of the machine and describes the basic operations you need to know before using it. Main Components Front View Rear View...
  • Page 7: Main Components

    Main Components Page 7 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting > > Main Components Contents Overview of the Machine Main Components Front View Rear View Inside View Operation Panel Front View ADF (Auto Document Feeder) Load a document to copy, scan, or fax. The document loaded in the Document Tray are scanned automatically one sheet at a time.
  • Page 8: Rear View

    Main Components Page 8 of 997 pages (11) Paper Output Tray Opens automatically when printing or copying starts and printed papers are ejected. (12) Output Tray Extension Open to support the printouts. Open it when printing or copying. (13) Operation Panel Use to change the settings of the machine or to operate it.
  • Page 9: Inside View

    Main Components Page 9 of 997 pages (18) Wired LAN Connector Plug in the LAN cable to connect the machine to a LAN. Important Do not touch the metal casing. (19) USB Port Plug in the USB cable to connect the machine with a computer. Important Do not touch the metal casing.
  • Page 10: Operation Panel

    Main Components Page 10 of 997 pages Ink lamp (24) Lights or flashes red to indicate the ink tank status. Checking the Ink Status (25) Print Head Lock Lever Locks the Print Head into place. Important Do not raise this lever after installing the Print Head. (26) Print Head Holder Install the Print Head.
  • Page 11: Scan Button

    Main Components Page 11 of 997 pages Important Disconnecting the power plug When disconnecting the power plug after turning off the power, be sure to confirm that all lamps on the Operation Panel are not lit. If the power plug is disconnected from the wall outlet while any lamp on the Operation Panel is lit or flashing, the machine may become unable to print properly since the Print Head is not protected.
  • Page 12 Main Components Page 12 of 997 pages (15) Color button Starts to make color print, copy, scan, fax, etc. (16) Hook button Connects or disconnects the telephone line. (17) Tone button In the fax mode, switches to tone dialing temporarily or used to dial with the Numeric buttons, and also changes the input mode when entering characters.
  • Page 13: How To Navigate Menus On The Lcd

    How to Navigate Menus on the LCD Page 13 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting > Contents Overview of the Machine > How to Navigate Menus on the LCD How to Navigate Menus on the LCD You can use the machine to print photos in a memory card, make copies, send/receive faxes, or scan originals without a computer.
  • Page 14: Fax Mode

    How to Navigate Menus on the LCD Page 14 of 997 pages 4-on-1 copy Borderless copy Image repeat Collated copy Faded-restored copy Frame erase Sticker copy Binding margin copy Punch hole removal copy Settings: See Settings Copy settings screen (See Changing the Settings Fax mode Fax menu screen...
  • Page 15: Scan Mode

    How to Navigate Menus on the LCD Page 15 of 997 pages Scan mode Scanned data processing screen PC: See Using Various Scan Functions USB flash drive: Refer to the on-screen manual: Advanced Guide Memory card: Refer to the on-screen manual: Advanced Guide Settings: See Settings...
  • Page 16 How to Navigate Menus on the LCD Page 16 of 997 pages Nozzle check Cleaning Deep cleaning Manual head align Head alignment print Roller cleaning Bottom plate cleaning: Refer to the on-screen manual: Advanced Guide Device settings screen Plain paper feed settings: See Plain paper feed settings FAX settings FAX settings: See...
  • Page 17 How to Navigate Menus on the LCD Page 17 of 997 pages Appears only when the optional Bluetooth unit is attached to the machine. Select template screen (See Printing the Notebook or Graph Paper Basic Operation on the Settings Screen You can change the settings in each mode by pressing the Settings button, when printing in the copy mode, fax mode, or memory card mode, or when saving scanned data on a USB flash drive in the scan mode.
  • Page 18 How to Navigate Menus on the LCD Page 18 of 997 pages Change the setting. Use the (Left) or (Right) button to change the setting. Example: Change to 4"x6"(10x15cm) here. Complete setting. Press the Settings button. Note For details on the setting Items For the settings in the copy mode, see Changing the Settings For the settings in the memory card mode, see...
  • Page 19: Setting Up The Machine

    Setting Up the Machine Page 19 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting > Setting Up the Machine Contents Setting Up the Machine This section describes typical examples of connecting and setting up the machine before using the faxing functions. Confirming the Telephone Line Connection Connecting Various Lines Setting the Telephone Line Type Specifying the Basic Settings for the Machine...
  • Page 20 Confirming the Telephone Line Connection Page 20 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting > Setting Up the Machine > Confirming the Telephone Line Connection Contents Confirming the Telephone Line Connection For the basic connection of the machine, refer to the printed manual: Getting Started . This guide describes other typical connections.
  • Page 21: Setting The Telephone Line Type

    Confirming the Telephone Line Connection Page 21 of 997 pages (A) Telephone or answering machine Note Before connecting a telephone or answering machine, remove the Telephone connector cap. (B) Splitter (C) Digital Subscriber Line (D) Computer (E) xDSL modem (splitter may be built-in to the modem) Important Do not branch the telephone line before the splitter (wall side).
  • Page 22 Confirming the Telephone Line Connection Page 22 of 997 pages Use the (Up) or (Down) button to select FAX settings, and press the OK button. Use the (Up) or (Down) button to select User settings, and press the OK button. Use the (Up) or (Down) button to select Telephone line type, and press the...
  • Page 23 Specifying the Basic Settings for the Machine Page 23 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting > Setting Up the Machine Contents > Specifying the Basic Settings for the Machine Specifying the Basic Settings for the Machine This section describes the basic settings for the machine such as how to register the sender information, to enter numbers and letters, to set daylight saving time, etc.
  • Page 24: Registering Sender Information

    Registering Sender Information Page 24 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting > Setting Up the Machine > Contents Specifying the Basic Settings for the Machine > Registering Sender Information Registering Sender Information A fax you receive may have information, such as the sender's name or the company name, the sender's phone or fax number, and the date and time of the transmission, printed in small type at the top of each page.
  • Page 25 Guidelines for Entering Numbers, Letters, and Symbols Page 25 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting > Setting Up the Machine > Contents Specifying the Basic Settings for the Machine > Guidelines for Entering Numbers, Letters, and Symbols Guidelines for Entering Numbers, Letters, and Symbols The following characters are assigned to the Numeric buttons.
  • Page 26 Guidelines for Entering Numbers, Letters, and Symbols Page 26 of 997 pages Use the Numeric buttons to enter a character. Press the button repeatedly until the character you want to enter appears. To enter a character that is assigned to the same button as the previous entry (ex., to enter "A"...
  • Page 27: Entering The Date And Time

    Entering the Date and Time Page 27 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting > Setting Up the Machine > > Entering the Date and Time Contents Specifying the Basic Settings for the Machine Entering the Date and Time Note Three date display formats are available: YYYY/MM/DD, MM/DD/YYYY, and DD/MM/YYYY. For details, refer to the on-screen manual: Advanced Guide When the machine is connected to a computer with the MP Drivers installed, the date and time...
  • Page 28 Entering the Date and Time Page 28 of 997 pages Page top...
  • Page 29: Setting Daylight Saving Time (Summer Time)

    Setting Daylight Saving Time (Summer Time) Page 29 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting > Setting Up the Machine > > Setting Daylight Saving Time Contents Specifying the Basic Settings for the Machine (Summer Time) Setting Daylight Saving Time (Summer Time) Some countries adopt the daylight saving time (summer time) system that shifts the clock time forward at certain periods of the year.
  • Page 30 Setting Daylight Saving Time (Summer Time) Page 30 of 997 pages Use the (Up) or (Down) button to select the month when summer time starts, and press the OK button. (Up) or Use the (Down) button to select the week when summer time starts, and press the OK button.
  • Page 31 Setting Daylight Saving Time (Summer Time) Page 31 of 997 pages ends, and press the OK button. Use the (Up) or (Down) button to select the week when summer time ends, and press the OK button. Use the (Up) or (Down) button to select the day of the week when summer time ends, and press the OK button.
  • Page 32 Registering Your Name and Fax/Telephone Number Page 32 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting > Setting Up the Machine > Contents Specifying the Basic Settings for the Machine > Registering Your Name and Fax/ Telephone Number Registering Your Name and Fax/Telephone Number Important Before sending a fax, be sure to enter your fax/telephone number in Unit TEL in the Unit name/TEL no.
  • Page 33 Registering Your Name and Fax/Telephone Number Page 33 of 997 pages Note For details on how to enter or delete numbers, see Guidelines for Entering Numbers, Letters, and Symbols Press the OK button. Return to the fax standby screen. Press the FAX button. Page top...
  • Page 34: Auto Print

    Other Basic Setting Items Page 34 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting > Setting Up the Machine > > Other Basic Setting Items Contents Specifying the Basic Settings for the Machine Other Basic Setting Items You can select the following items in User settings of FAX settings. For details, refer to the on-screen manual: Advanced Guide Auto print...
  • Page 35: Setting The Receive Mode

    Setting the Receive Mode Page 35 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting > Setting Up the Machine > Setting the Receive Mode Contents Setting the Receive Mode Selecting a Receive Mode There are four receive modes as follows. Select a receive mode according to your needs. You receive mainly faxes and sometimes voice calls: Select Fax priority mode.
  • Page 36 Setting the Receive Mode Page 36 of 997 pages The selected receive mode will appear on the LCD. You Receive Mainly Faxes and Sometimes Voice Calls: You want to receive faxes automatically (Fax priority mode). (A) Incoming call (B) Voice call: The machine will ring.
  • Page 37 Setting the Receive Mode Page 37 of 997 pages (A) Incoming call (B) Voice call: The telephone will ring. Pick up the handset to answer the call. (C) Fax: The telephone will ring. If you pick up the handset and hear the fax tone, the machine will switch to the fax automatically and receive the fax.
  • Page 38 Setting the Receive Mode Page 38 of 997 pages (A) Incoming call: The machine judges whether call is voice or fax by the ringing pattern. In the meanwhile the telephone rings. (B) Voice call: The telephone continues to ring. Pick up the handset to answer the call. (C) Fax: The fax is received automatically when the machine detects the fax ring pattern.
  • Page 39 Setting the Receive Mode Page 39 of 997 pages Press the OK button. Return to the fax standby screen. Press the FAX button. Page top...
  • Page 40: Printing From A Memory Card

    Printing from a Memory Card Page 40 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting > Printing from a Memory Card Contents Printing from a Memory Card You can preview each photo taken with the digital camera on the LCD of the machine, and print the photos.
  • Page 41 Printing Photos Saved on the Memory Card Page 41 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting > Printing from a Memory Card > Printing Photos Saved on the Memory Card Contents Printing Photos Saved on the Memory Card Preview each photo saved on the memory card on the LCD of the machine, and print the photos. This section describes the basic operation, using the settings to print borderless photos on 4"...
  • Page 42: Insert A Memory Card

    Printing Photos Saved on the Memory Card Page 42 of 997 pages Insert a memory card. Press the MEMORY CARD button. The Card menu screen will appear. Insert a memory card WITH THE LABELED SIDE FACING TO THE LEFT into the Card Slot.
  • Page 43: Changing The Settings

    Printing Photos Saved on the Memory Card Page 43 of 997 pages Use the (Up) or (Down) button or Numeric button to specify the number of copies. Repeat the procedures of (1) and (2) to specify the number of copies for each photo.
  • Page 44: Settings Tab

    Printing Photos Saved on the Memory Card Page 44 of 997 pages Settings Tab 1 Page size Select the page size of the paper to print: 4"x6"(10x15cm), A4, etc. Media type Select the media type of the paper to print: Plus Glossy II, Plain paper, etc. Note If you do not select the page size and media type correctly, the machine may feed paper from the wrong paper source or may not print with the proper print quality.
  • Page 45 Printing Photos Saved on the Memory Card Page 45 of 997 pages Page top...
  • Page 46: Using Various Functions

    Using Various Functions Page 46 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting > Printing from a Memory Card Contents > Using Various Functions Using Various Functions You can print photos on a memory card in various ways when you select Special photo print in the Card menu screen.
  • Page 47 Using Various Functions Page 47 of 997 pages Trimming Correcting Images In Settings Tab 2 of the Memory card settings screen displayed by pressing the Settings button, you can correct photos automatically. You can also correct manually; adjusting brightness, contrast, or color hue, or enhancing photos.
  • Page 48: Inserting The Memory Card

    Inserting the Memory Card Page 48 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting > Printing from a Memory Card > Inserting the Memory Card Contents Inserting the Memory Card Before Inserting the Memory Card The following types of memory cards and image data are compatible with the machine. Important If you took and saved photos on a type of memory card that does not guarantee the operation on your digital camera, the image data may be unreadable on the machine or damaged.
  • Page 49: Printable Image Data

    Inserting the Memory Card Page 49 of 997 pages Use the special "SD Card Adapter". Requires purchase of a separate compact flash card adapter for xD-Picture Card. Use the special card adapter. Use the special Duo size adapter or full size adapter. Printable Image Data This machine accepts images taken with a camera compliant with the Design rule for Camera File system (Exif 2.2/2.21 compliant), TIFF (Exif 2.2/2.21 compliant).
  • Page 50: Removing The Memory Card

    Inserting the Memory Card Page 50 of 997 pages For SD Secure Digital memory card, SDHC memory card, miniSD Card miniSDHC Card , microSD Card , microSDHC Card , Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO, Memory Stick Micro (with the full size adapter) , MultiMediaCard (ver.
  • Page 51 Inserting the Memory Card Page 51 of 997 pages Make sure that the Access lamp is lit, and remove the memory card. Hold the part of the memory card that is protruding and remove it straightforward from the machine. Important Do not remove the memory card while the Access lamp is flashing.
  • Page 52 Copying Page 52 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting > Copying Contents Copying You can copy in the various methods such as enlarging/reducing or copying two original pages onto a single sheet of paper. Making Copies Changing the Settings Using Various Copy Functions Page top...
  • Page 53: Making Copies

    Making Copies Page 53 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting > Copying > Making Copies Contents Making Copies This section describes the basic operation, using the settings to copy an original of A4 size on plain paper as an example. For the operation, see the notes and operation procedure described in the reference page.
  • Page 54: Start Copying

    Making Copies Page 54 of 997 pages Load an original on the Platen Glass or in the ADF. Load the original with the copying side FACING DOWN and align it with the alignment mark as shown below. Note For details on the type and condition of an original which you can copy and how to load Loading a Document in the ADF the original in the ADF, see Start copying.
  • Page 55: Paper Source

    Making Copies Page 55 of 997 pages Press the Color button for color copying, or the Black button for black & white copying. The machine starts copying. Remove the original on the Platen Glass after copying is completed. Important Do not open the Document Cover or move the loaded original until copying is completed. Note Press the Stop button to cancel copying.
  • Page 56 Making Copies Page 56 of 997 pages Note The settings of the page size, media type, print quality, automatic intensity, etc. are retained, and these settings will appear next time when the Copy menu is selected even if the power is turned off and on.
  • Page 57: Using Various Copy Functions

    Using Various Copy Functions Page 57 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting > Copying Contents > Using Various Copy Functions Using Various Copy Functions You can make a copy in various ways when you select Special copy in the Copy menu screen. For details, refer to the on-screen manual: Advanced Guide Two-sided copy...
  • Page 58 Using Various Copy Functions Page 58 of 997 pages Frame erase Sticker copy Binding margin copy Punch hole removal copy Note Printing the date & page Number: Settings button, you can In Settings Tab 2 of the Copy settings screen displayed by pressing the specify whether to print date/page number.
  • Page 59 Scanning Page 59 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting Contents > Scanning Scanning You can send scanned data to your computer, edit or process them with the supplied software application, then save them. You can also save scanned data on a USB flash drive inserted into the machine.
  • Page 60 Advanced Guide Important Please note that Canon shall not be liable for any damage or loss of the data for any reason whatsoever, even within the warranty period of the machine. Note The machine can detect the types of original with Auto detect: photo, Hagaki, business card, magazine, newspaper, text document, and DVD/CD.
  • Page 61 Saving Scanned Data Page 61 of 997 pages Select Applications on the Go menu, then double-click the Image Capture icon. Click Options at lower left of the scanner window, select MP Navigator EX 2 in Application to launch when scanner button is pressed, then click OK. To quit Image Capture, select Quit Image Capture on the Image Capture menu.
  • Page 62 - Canon IJ Network Scan Utility is installed on the computer. - This machine is selected in the settings screen of the Canon IJ Network Scan Utility. Note The operation after scanning the original depends on the scan operation setting you have selected in (4) of step 2.
  • Page 63 Using Various Scan Functions Page 63 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting > Contents Scanning > Using Various Scan Functions Using Various Scan Functions In the scan menu, you can save scanned data on a USB flash drive, memory card, or a computer. For details, refer to the on-screen manual: Advanced Guide Selecting a Place to Save the Scanned Data...
  • Page 64: Printing From Your Computer

    Printing from Your Computer Page 64 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting Contents > Printing from Your Computer Printing from Your Computer This section describes how to print documents or photos with a computer. You can easily print photos taken with your digital camera by using Easy-PhotoPrint EX supplied with your machine.
  • Page 65 Start Easy-PhotoPrint EX. Double-click (Easy-PhotoPrint EX) on the desktop. Click Here: Easy-PhotoPrint EX Select the Go menu, Applications, Canon Utilities, Easy-PhotoPrint EX, then double-click Easy- PhotoPrint EX. Note To start Easy-PhotoPrint EX from Solution Menu, double-click (Solution Menu) on the desktop and click (Print photos or albums, etc.).
  • Page 66 Page 66 of 997 pages To start Easy-PhotoPrint EX from the Start menu, select All Programs (Programs in Windows 2000), Canon Utilities, Easy-PhotoPrint EX, then Easy-PhotoPrint EX. To start Easy-PhotoPrint EX from Solution Menu, click (Solution Menu) in the Dock and click (Print photos or albums, etc.).
  • Page 67 Printing on the printer status monitor. After canceling the print job, blank sheets of paper may be ejected. To display the printer status monitor, click Canon XXX Printer (where " XXX " is your machine's name) on the taskbar. Click the printer icon in the Dock to display the list of print jobs in progress.
  • Page 68 Printing Photos (Easy-PhotoPrint EX) Page 68 of 997 pages To temporarily stop a job in progress, click Hold. To temporarily stop all the jobs in the list, click Pause Printer. After canceling the print job, blank sheets of paper may be ejected. Page top...
  • Page 69: Creating Your Own Prints

    Using Various Functions of Easy-PhotoPrint EX Page 69 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting > > Printing Photos (Easy-PhotoPrint EX) Contents Printing from Your Computer > Using Various Functions of Easy- PhotoPrint EX Using Various Functions of Easy-PhotoPrint EX This section describes a few of the useful functions of Easy-PhotoPrint EX. For details on the operation, refer to the on-screen manual: Advanced Guide Creating Your Own Prints...
  • Page 70 Printing Documents (Windows) Page 70 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting > Contents Printing from Your Computer > Printing Documents (Windows) Printing Documents (Windows) This section describes the procedure to print A4 document on plain papers. For details, refer to the on-screen manual: Advanced Guide Note Operations may vary depending on your software application.
  • Page 71 Printing Documents (Windows) Page 71 of 997 pages Specify the required print settings. Select Business Document in Commonly Used Settings. Note When the print object such as Business Document or Photo Printing is selected in Commonly Used Settings, the items in Additional Features will be selected automatically. The settings suitable for the print object such as media type or print quality will also appear.
  • Page 72 After canceling the print job, blank sheets of paper may be ejected. To display the printer status monitor, click Canon XXX Printer (where " XXX " is your machine's name) on the taskbar. If printed ruled lines are misaligned or print results are unsatisfactory, adjust the print head position.
  • Page 73 Printing Documents (Macintosh) Page 73 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting > Contents Printing from Your Computer > Printing Documents (Macintosh) Printing Documents (Macintosh) This section describes the procedure to print A4 document on plain papers. For details, refer to the on-screen manual: Advanced Guide Note Operations may vary depending on your software application.
  • Page 74 Printing Documents (Macintosh) Page 74 of 997 pages Select the media type of the loaded paper in Media Type. Here we select Plain Paper. Note If you select A4 or Letter-sized plain paper when Automatically Select is selected in Paper Source, the machine feeds the paper from the Cassette.
  • Page 75 Printing Documents (Macintosh) Page 75 of 997 pages Click the printer icon in the Dock to display the list of print jobs in progress. To cancel a print job in progress, select the desired job in the Name list and click Delete. To temporarily stop a job in progress, click Hold.
  • Page 76 Printing Documents (Macintosh) Page 76 of 997 pages Specify the required print settings. Select Print on the File menu in your software application. The Print dialog box will appear. Make sure that your machine's name is selected in Printer. Select Quality & Media in the pop-up menu. Select the media type of the loaded paper to print in Media Type.
  • Page 77 Printing Documents (Macintosh) Page 77 of 997 pages Page top...
  • Page 78 Faxing Page 78 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting > Faxing Contents Faxing This section describes the basic operation to send or receive faxes with the fax functions of the machine. Sending Faxes Sending a Fax with the Numeric Buttons Redialing the Number Dialed with the Numeric Buttons Sending a Fax with the One-Touch Speed Dial Registering Recipient's Numbers to the One-Touch Speed Dial...
  • Page 79: Sending Faxes

    Sending Faxes Page 79 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting > Contents Faxing > Sending Faxes Sending Faxes This section describes the operation to send a fax with the Numeric buttons and to register the recipient's numbers to the one-touch speed dial and send a fax. For other operations, refer to the on- screen manual: Advanced Guide Sending a Fax with the Numeric Buttons...
  • Page 80 Sending Faxes Page 80 of 997 pages Press the Color button for color sending, or the Black button for black & white sending. Important Color sending requires that the recipient's fax machine supports color faxing. Press the OK button. The machine starts sending the fax. Note When sending two or more pages of document: Load the next page, and press the same button as you pressed in (2) of step 2.
  • Page 81 Sending Faxes Page 81 of 997 pages Select the telephone number in the redial list. Press the Redial/Pause button. The fax numbers dialed with the Numeric buttons will be listed. (Down) button to select the number to redial. Use the (Up) or Press the OK button.
  • Page 82 Sending Faxes Page 82 of 997 pages Display the One-touch speed dial screen. Press the FAX button, and press the Menu button. (Right) button to select TEL number registration , and Use the (Left) or press the OK button. Use the (Up) or (Down) button to select One-touch speed dial, and press button.
  • Page 83 Sending Faxes Page 83 of 997 pages Select the image quality (fax resolution). Use the (Up) or (Down) button to select FAX resolution. Use the (Left) or (Right) button to select the image quality. Standard: Suitable for text-only documents. Fine: Suitable for fine-print documents. Extra fine: Suitable for detailed illustration or fine-print quality documents.
  • Page 84: Sending A Fax After Speaking On Telephone

    Using Various Sending Functions Page 84 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting > Contents Faxing > Using Various Sending Functions Using Various Sending Functions You can send a fax in various ways as follows. For details, refer to the on-screen manual: Advanced Guide Sending a Fax after Speaking on Telephone You can send a fax manually after speaking on telephone if you want to talk to the recipient before...
  • Page 85 Using Various Sending Functions Page 85 of 997 pages Fax Number Re-entry (Prevent Dialing Wrong Number) To prevent dialing a wrong number, the machine allows you to enter the recipient's number with the Color or Black button or the OK Numerical buttons, press the button, and reenter the recipient's number again for confirmation.
  • Page 86: Tx Start Speed

    Using Various Sending Functions Page 86 of 997 pages Sends faxes in ECM (Error Correction Mode). When the recipient's fax machine is compatible with ECM, the machine resends the fax after correcting errors automatically. Pause time settings Sets the length of time paused for each press of the Redial/Pause button when entering fax/ telephone number.
  • Page 87: Receiving Faxes

    Receiving Faxes Page 87 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting > Contents Faxing > Receiving Faxes Receiving Faxes This section describes the operation to receive a fax with the machine depending on the receive mode. This section also describes the operation to print documents stored in the memory of the machine such as when an error occurred.
  • Page 88 Receiving Faxes Page 88 of 997 pages telephone or an answering machine to the External Device Jack of this machine. The operation for receiving a fax varies depending on the receive mode. For the receive mode, see Setting the Receive Mode When Fax priority mode is selected: When the receive mode is in Fax priority mode, receive a call as follows.
  • Page 89 Receiving Faxes Page 89 of 997 pages Note The machine will not ring when it receives faxes. If you want to use the machine with a telephone or answering machine, connect it to the machine and change to Fax priority mode or TEL priority mode. When TEL priority mode is selected: When the receive mode is in TEL priority mode, receive a call as follows.
  • Page 90 Receiving Faxes Page 90 of 997 pages then specify the automatic reception start time. Refer to the on-screen manual: Advanced Guide If the telephone connecting to the machine is located away from the machine, pick up the handset of the telephone connecting to the machine and dial 25 (the remote reception ID) to receive faxes (remote reception).
  • Page 91 Receiving Faxes Page 91 of 997 pages A fax or voice call incomes. The machine judges whether call is voice or fax by the ringing pattern. In the meanwhile the telephone rings. Receive the fax or voice call. Fax: The machine will receive it automatically when the machine detects the registered fax ring pattern. Voice call: The telephone continues to ring.
  • Page 92 Receiving Faxes Page 92 of 997 pages memory. When OFF is selected for Auto print in User settings, print the faxes stored in the memory from the Memory reference screen. Other Basic Setting Items For details, see If the memory becomes full, the machine cannot receive any more faxes. Print or delete the Printing Faxes in the documents stored in memory, and make the sender resend the faxes.
  • Page 93: Remote Reception

    Using Various Receiving Functions Page 93 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting > Contents Faxing > Using Various Receiving Functions Using Various Receiving Functions The machine has various receiving functions as follows. For details, refer to the on-screen manual: Advanced Guide Fax Reception Rejection Select ON in Fax reception reject to reject faxes from the uninformed numbers, the numbers which are not registered to the coded speed dial, or the numbers registered as reject number.
  • Page 94: Incoming Ring

    Using Various Receiving Functions Page 94 of 997 pages Incoming ring Makes the external device ring with an incoming call when the receive mode is set to Fax only mode or Fax priority mode. Manual/auto switch Receives faxes automatically after the external device rang a specified length of time when the receive mode is set to TEL priority mode.
  • Page 95 Using Useful Fax Functions Page 95 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting > Contents Faxing > Using Useful Fax Functions Using Useful Fax Functions The machine has various fax functions as follows. For details, refer to the on-screen manual: Advanced Guide Memory reference Print memory list: Prints a list of documents in the memory.
  • Page 96 Using Useful Fax Functions Page 96 of 997 pages OFF is selected for Auto Print in User Settings . You pressed the Stop button to cancel printing of a fax. Make sure that the plain paper is loaded in the Cassette. Loading Paper Display the Memory reference screen.
  • Page 97 Using Useful Fax Functions Page 97 of 997 pages Page top...
  • Page 98 Other Usages Page 98 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting Contents > Other Usages Other Usages This section describes the operation to print the notebook or graph paper, the setting items of the machine, and the function to print directly from a digital camera or mobile phone. This section also introduces other useful functions;...
  • Page 99 Printing the Notebook or Graph Paper Page 99 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting > > Printing the Notebook or Graph Paper Contents Other Usages Printing the Notebook or Graph Paper This section describes the operation to select and print the template forms. You need to prepare: A4, B5, or Letter-sized plain paper.
  • Page 100 Printing the Notebook or Graph Paper Page 100 of 997 pages Note Printing the Various Template Forms For details on the available template forms, see Start printing. Use the (Up) or (Down) button to select No. of copies, and use the (Left) (Right) button to specify the number of copies.
  • Page 101 Printing the Notebook or Graph Paper Page 101 of 997 pages Staff paper 1 Staff paper 2 Staff paper 10 staves Staff paper 12 staves Page top...
  • Page 102: Printing Photos From A Wireless Communication Device

    Printing Photos Directly from Your Digital Camera or Mobile Phone Page 102 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting > > Printing Photos Directly from Your Digital Camera or Mobile Phone Contents Other Usages Printing Photos Directly from Your Digital Camera or Mobile Phone Printing Photos from a PictBridge Compliant Device Connecting the PictBridge compliant device to this machine with a USB cable that is recommended by...
  • Page 103 Printing Photos Directly from Your Digital Camera or Mobile Phone Page 103 of 997 pages Page top...
  • Page 104: Machine Settings

    Machine Settings Page 104 of 997 pages Advanced Guide Troubleshooting > > Machine Settings Contents Other Usages Machine Settings This section describes the items you ca