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Xerox 2006NPC - DocuColor Color Laser User Manual

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  • Page 1 DocuColor 2006 Documentation The Document Company XEROX...
  • Page 2 ® ® 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

    Xerox shall not be liable for any loss or damage, including consequential or special damages, resulting from the use of this information, even if loss or damage is caused by Xerox negligence or other fault. For the latest information, go to www.xerox.com.
  • Page 4: Maintenance Safety

    Ensure that you read all Warnings and Cautions, and follow each step in the instructions exactly as they are written. Never attempt any activity that is not specified in the Xerox DocuColor 2006 User Information, or on the User Interface, or that is not specifically directed by an authorized Xerox Representative.
  • Page 5: Ozone Safety

    If the DocuColor 2006 is producing unusual noises or odors If the system does not work or continues to malfunction after following the Problem Solving procedures in the Xerox DocuColor 2006 User Information, call your local Xerox Service Representative. For additional safety information concerning the DocuColor 2006 or Xerox...
  • Page 6: European Union

    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 7 Council Directive 89/336/EEC, approximation of the laws of the member states related to electromagnetic compatibility. A full declaration, defining the relevant directives and referenced standards can be obtained from your XEROX Limited representative or by contacting: • Environment, Health and Safety, •...
  • Page 8 Changes or modifications to this equipment not specifically approved by Fuji Xerox Environmental Health and Safety or Xerox Corporation Environmental Health and Safety may void the user’s authority to operate this equipment. Shielded cables must be used with this equipment to maintain compliance with the Radio Communications Act of 1992.
  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    2. Getting to know the DocuColor 2006 ..............2-1 Printer, Front View ....................2-1 Printer, Rear View.....................2-2 Printer, Internal View....................2-3 Printer Control Panel....................2-4 Scanner and Document Feeder components ............2-5 Scanner Control Panel....................2-7 Accessories.......................2-9 Accessories ordering information ................2-9 Supplies reorder numbers..................2-10 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 10 Windows computers in a Novell environment............5-7 Windows NT 4.0 server environment ..............5-8 Windows computers using Windows printing ............5-9 Unix and Windows NT. 4.0 workstations on a TCP/IP network ...................5-10 Parallel Port connection ..................5-11 Connecting the DocuColor 2006 to the network............5-12 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 11 Configuring a NetWare 3.x, 4.x, or 5.x server for printing .........8-4 Setting up an NDS connection ................8-6 Setting the NetWare 4.x or 5.x bindery context .............8-6 Setting up a NetWare print queue for bindery ............8-7 Setting up NetWare Windows clients for printing ............8-7 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 12 Setting up SMB printing on Windows 95/98 ............9-17 Setting printer options .....................9-22 Installing additional software for Windows 95/98 ............9-23 Copying printer description files ................9-24 Installing the ICM profile ..................9-24 Loading the working space profile using Photoshop 5.0........9-25 Loading the ICM profile..................9-26 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 13 Installing additional software for Windows NT 4.0..........11-25 Copying printer description files ................11-26 Installing the ICM profile ..................11-26 Installing the ICM profile on Windows NT 4.0 ..........11-26 Loading the working space profileusing Photoshop 5.0.........11-27 Loading the ICM profile..................11-28 xiii Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 14 Configuring a connection for ColorWise Pro Tools..........13-12 Modifying the configuration................13-14 Downloading Installers with Fiery WebTools ............13-15 Setting up Fiery WebTools ................13-15 Setting up Fiery WebTools on the printer............13-15 Setting up Client Workstations to use Fiery WebTools ...................13-16 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 15 15 Printing from the Macintosh OS workstations..........15-1 Printing from applications..................15-1 Selecting the printer in the Chooser ..............15-1 Setting options and printing from Mac OS workstations ........15-3 Printing from an application .................15-5 Defining a custom page size ...................15-6 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 16 Updating, printing and deleting the Job Log ............18-8 19. Performing the setup from WebSetup .............19-1 Accessing Setup .....................19-1 Enabling Java services ...................19-2 Accessing Fiery WebSetup ..................19-3 General Setup options ....................19-4 Server Setup ......................19-5 Network Setup ......................19-8 Printer Setup ......................19-20 Exiting Setup......................19-24 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 17 Setting the Default Profiles ................20-12 To Specify a Default Profile ................20-12 Downloading Profiles..................20-13 To Download a Profile ...................20-13 Editing Profiles ....................20-14 Managing Profiles....................20-15 To Back Up Profiles ..................20-15 To Delete Profiles from the Fiery Hard Disk...........20-15 Defining Profiles ....................20-16 xvii Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 18 Making a Copy Using the Bypass Tray ............22-11 Color Mode ......................22-12 Using the Color Mode feature................22-14 Lighten/Darken......................22-15 Using the Lighten/Darken feature..............22-15 Quality Adjustment....................22-16 Using the Sharpness option ................22-16 Using the Color Level option ................22-17 Using the Background Suppression option ............22-18 Advanced Features....................22-19 xviii Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 19 Document Feeder jam clearance area..............24-3 Clearing a paper tray jam..................24-5 Clearing a Duplex Tray jam ..................24-7 Clearing Area 1 jams ....................24-9 Clearing Area 2 jams ....................24-13 Clearing Area 3 jams ....................24-15 Clearing Area 4 jams ....................24-17 Clearing Area 5 jams ....................24-19 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 20 On a Mac OS workstation..................24-57 General printing problems .................24-58 Problems with print quality.................24-61 Job Management Problem Solving ...............24-63 Job management error messages..............24-63 Unexpected printing results ................24-65 Clearing the Printer ...................24-66 Users are unable to connect to the DocuColor 2006.........24-66 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 21 Printer specifications....................26-1 Electrical specifications...................26-3 Emissions .......................26-3 Interface specifications ...................26-4 Reorder numbers ....................26-4 Fiery Server hardware components ................26-5 Font list ........................26-6 PostScript printer fonts ..................26-6 Adobe Type 1 fonts..................26-6 PostScript TrueType fonts .................26-12 PCL printer fonts ....................26-13 Sorter/Stacker specifications.................26-14 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 22 More about print options..................B-9 Black Overprint ....................B-9 CMYK Simulation Profile................. B-10 Electronic Collation ..................B-11 Custom Output Direction................. B-11 Duplex......................B-12 Output Profile....................B-13 Page Range....................B-13 Rendering Style ....................B-13 RGB Source Profile ..................B-14 xxii Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 23: Setting Up The Docucolor 2006

    Do not connect any other devices to the wall outlet designated for the Xerox DocuColor 2006. Install the Xerox DocuColor 2006 in a location that meets the following conditions: •...
  • Page 24: Space Requirements For The Docucolor 2006 Printer

    Space requirements for the DocuColor 2006 Printer CAUTION The Xerox DocuColor 2006 has ventilation grilles on the side and rear, which must remain unobstructed for safe operation. The Printer should be located at least 6 and 1/2 inches (165 mm) from the wall. Obstructing the grilles could present a fire hazard.
  • Page 25: Space Requirements With The Optional Sorter/Stacker

    Duplex Module and Sorter/Stacker. 6.5 inches 165 mm 67 inches 1702 mm 22.75 inches 578 mm 36 inches 23 inches 36 inches 914.4 mm 584.2 mm 14.4 mm 81 inches 2057 mm Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 26: Checking The Installation Components

    Client Software (customer installed) The first step If the DocuColor 2006 was installed for you, go to Chapter 2. Getting to know the Xerox DocuColor 2006. If you ordered the optional 2 Tray Module, go to the Installing the 2 Tray Module procedure.
  • Page 27: Setting Up The 2 Tray Module

    With a person on each side of the box, grasp the crossbars in the locations indicated by the labels. 0301098a Lift the 2 Tray Module from the box and place it the selected location. Lock the front casters as shown below. 301007B-WOL Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 28 Close the top tray and repeat step 7 for the lower paper tray. Open both the paper trays. WARNING Use care when removing the packing from connectors and wire harnesses. 10. Remove the cardboard protector from the rear post shown below. 301009B-WOL 11. Close the two paper trays. Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 29 12. Remove the tape from the paper feed area access door, and then open the door. 301010B-WOL 13. Remove the cardboard packing shown below. 301011B-WOL 14. Close the paper feed area access door. The next step Go to the Unpacking the Printer procedure in this section. Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 30 1. Setting up the DocuColor 2006 Installing the 2 Tray Module Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 31: Unpacking The Printer

    The Printer weighs 153 pounds (69.5 kg) without the dry ink or print/copy cartridges installed. ALWAYS USE FOUR PEOPLE TO LIFT THE PRINTER. Ensure that you keep the Printer LEVEL. Please note that the rear of the Printer is heavier than the front. REAR FRONT 301013 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 32 If you are installing the Printer on the optional 2 Tray Module, go to step 8 on the next page. • If you did not order the 2 Tray Module, skip step 8 and go to step 9. 1-10 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 33 Aligning the pins and the left rear covers is shown below. Partially open Paper Tray 2, and tighten the two thumbscrews shown below. Do not over tighten the thumbscrews. 301016B-WOL Close Paper Tray 2. Xerox DocuColor 2006 1-11...
  • Page 34 1. Setting up the DocuColor 2006 Unpacking the Printer Remove all the tape from the exterior of the Printer: Left side Right Side 301018A-WOL Inside the Front Cover 301019B-WOL 1-12 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 35 10. Remove all the internal packing from the Printer by performing steps a through m. Remove the spacer labeled B. 301025B-WOL Remove the cardboard collar from the knob shown below. 301245A-WOL Pull the narrow strip labeled G from the Dry Ink chamber. 301026B-WOL Xerox DocuColor 2006 1-13...
  • Page 36 Repeat steps c through e until all four of the strips labeled G are removed from the Dry Ink carrousel. Pull open Paper Tray 1 until it stops. Remove the two spacers labeled C and E, shown below. 301023B-WOL 1-14 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 37 Open the Bypass Tray and remove the spacer labeled F. 301020B-WOL Gently pull the Bypass Tray in order to open the Bypass Transport, and remove the two spacers labeled D. 301021B-WOL Close the Bypass Transport and Bypass Tray. Xerox DocuColor 2006 1-15...
  • Page 38 If you installed the Printer on the 2 Tray Module, perform the following steps: Remove the small cover from the rear of the Printer. 301029A-WOL Connect the two small connectors from the 2 Tray Module into the jacks in the Printer. 301030A-WOL 1-16 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 39 1. Setting up the DocuColor 2006 While holding the cover on the 2 Tray Module closed, align the small cover to the plastic rails, and slide it into the Printer. 301136A-WOL The next step Go to the Printer installation procedure. Xerox DocuColor 2006 1-17...
  • Page 40 1. Setting up the DocuColor 2006 Unpacking the Printer 1-18 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 41: Printer Installation

    Do not place the metal spring into the hole. Ensure that the metal spring extends down against the outside of the cover. Place the right-hand arm of the tray into the corresponding hole as shown. 301032b 301032B-WOL Xerox DocuColor 2006 1-19...
  • Page 42 301033B-WOL Install the Copy Print Cartridge: Open the Front Cover of the Printer. 301034b 301034B-WOL Rotate the yellow lever A in the direction of the arrows, until the dot is aligned with the Unlocked symbol. 301034b 1-20 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 43 Tear open the notched end of the silver protective bag and remove the cartridge. 301081b CAUTION DO NOT touch the blue surface of the drum. If the drum is scratched, or contaminated with oil from your hand, the output can be degraded. Xerox DocuColor 2006 1-21...
  • Page 44 0301037C - W O L Push the cartridge all the way into the Printer until it snaps into place. Rotate lever B in the direction of the arrow until the dot is aligned with the Locked symbol. 301038b 1-22 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 45 Locate the correct Dry Ink Cartridge box for the color of the current chamber. Remove the Dry Ink Cartridge from the box. Shake the cartridge seven or eight times as shown below. 301040a 301040A-WOL Xerox DocuColor 2006 1-23...
  • Page 46 Ensure that the dot on the cartridge is aligned with the Locked symbol as shown. 301119b CAUTION Ensure that the cartridge is in the Locked position. If the cartridge is NOT in the Locked position, Dry Ink can spill into the Printer. 1-24 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 47 If the Dry Ink Cartridge is not in the Printer all the way, the knob will not rotate. Repeat step 5 for the three remaining Dry Ink Cartridges. Rotate the carrousel again to ensure that the last cartridge is in the Printer all the way. Xerox DocuColor 2006 1-25...
  • Page 48 The next step If you have ordered the optional Duplex Tray, go to the Installing the Duplex Tray procedure. If you do not have a Duplex Tray, go to Loading paper in the Paper Tray procedure. 1-26 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 49: Installing The Duplex Tray

    Small Connector Cover with cutout • Special Tool Remove the Duplex Tray from the plastic wrap. Remove the packing from the tray Ensure that all the packing is removed from the tray. 301043b Open Paper Tray 1. 301128a 301128A-WOL Xerox DocuColor 2006 1-27...
  • Page 50 To remove the cover, shift it to the right then pull it away from the Printer. Discard the cover. 301051b Install the Duplex Tray: Align the rails on the tray with the rails in the Printer. 301052b Partially close the Duplex Tray and the paper tray. 1-28 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 51 Using a screwdriver, remove the two screws from lower left-hand cover of the Printer as shown below. 301054b 301054B-WOL Remove the cover by shifting it to the right then pulling it away from the Printer. Discard the cover. 301055a Xerox DocuColor 2006 1-29...
  • Page 52 Using the Special Tool from the contents of the Printer carton, remove the two small covers from the left-hand side of the Printer. Discard the two covers. 301204a Remove the Access Cover located on the lower left-hand side of the Printer. DO NOT discard this cover. 301056d 1-30 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 53 10. Install the Lower Inverter as shown below. SMALL CONNECTOR AND CABLE 301057b 301057B-WOL The Lower Inverter does not install flush with the Printer covers. Install the two thumbscrews from the contents of the box. 301058a 301058B-WOL Xerox DocuColor 2006 1-31...
  • Page 54 Printer. 301059a 301059A-WOL Reinstall the small Access Cover. 301060b 301060B-WOL 11. Install the Upper Inverter: Install the Upper Inverter into the Printer as shown. 301061b 301061B-WOL 1-32 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 55 Install the new Connector Cover with the cutout into the access hole, guiding the wires through the cutout in the cover. 301063b 301133A-WOL CAUTION Use caution if you must rearrange the tiny wires on the connector in order to close the Connector Cover. Xerox DocuColor 2006 1-33...
  • Page 56 Installing the Duplex Tray 12. Reinstall the Output Tray. 301064b 301064B-WOL 13. Connect the power cord to the Printer and the wall outlet. 0301070b 301071B-WOL The next step Go to the Loading the paper in the paper tray procedure. 1-34 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 57: Loading Paper In The Paper Tray

    If you are loading paper in the 2 Tray Feeder paper trays, skip step 2. It is not necessary to press down on the metal plate in Tray 2 or Tray3. Press down on the metal plate in the tray until it latches. 301066b 301066B-WOL Xerox DocuColor 2006 1-35...
  • Page 58 301068B-WOL To avoid jams, load paper with the long edge against the side of the tray when possible. Adjust the two Paper Guides so that they lightly touch the edges of the paper stack. 0301101a 301102a 1-36 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 59 If there are additional paper trays installed in your DocuColor 2006, repeat this procedure until all the trays are loaded with the desired paper stock. The next step Go to the section Installing the Scanner Stand. Xerox DocuColor 2006 1-37...
  • Page 60 1. Setting up the DocuColor 2006 Loading paper in the paper tray 1-38 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 61: Installing The Scanner Stand

    Rear/Bottom Plate with casters Left Leg Spacer Bar Right Support 2 Braces Left Support 2 Stabilizing Feet Table Top 10. 2 Bumpers 6mm Allen Wrench, not shown 32 Screws, not shown 8 Allen Screws with washers, not shown Xerox DocuColor 2006 1-39...
  • Page 62 Install the Spacer Bar between the tops of the two legs using four screws. You have just completed the Lower Assembly. 301151a Turn the Lower Assembly over. Install the two Stabalizing Feet, using four screws as shown. 301130a 1-40 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 63 Place the Left Support and the Right Support into the table top and install the two screws. This is the Upper Assembly 301202 Install four screws through the supports and into the top of the table. Install the two braces into the positions shown below. 301137 Xerox DocuColor 2006 1-41...
  • Page 64 Turn the Upper Assembly over, and slide it into the legs of the Lower Assembly until it stops. 301140a Attach the two assemblies together using eight Allen Screws and the Allen Wrench. 301139a 10. Install the two Bumpers into the rear slots of the bottom plate. 301141a 1-42 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 65 Installing the Scanner Stand 1. Setting up the DocuColor 2006 11. Move the Scanner Table around the Printer as shown. 301152a Xerox DocuColor 2006 1-43...
  • Page 66 1. Setting up the DocuColor 2006 Installing the Scanner Stand The next step Go to the Installing the Scanner procedure. 1-44 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 67: Installing The Scanner

    301049a Lift the Scanner from the box and place it on the Scanner Stand. Ensure that the front Scanner feet are placed into the round recessed areas on the top front of the Scanner Stand. 301045a Xerox DocuColor 2006 1-45...
  • Page 68 Please store these screws in a safe place, or tape them to the rear of the Scanner Stand. The screws lock the Scanner Drive into a secure position. You will need them if the Scanner has to be moved. 1-46 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 69 Install one end of the Interface Cable to the rear of the Scanner, and the other end to the left-hand side of the Printer. 301131a Connect the power cable between the Printer and the Scanner as shown. 301228a Xerox DocuColor 2006 1-47...
  • Page 70 1. Setting up the DocuColor 2006 Installing the Scanner Connect the Scanner power cord to the wall outlet and to the rear of the Scanner. 301080 The next step Go to the Installing the Document Feeder procedure. 1-48 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 71: Installing The Document Feeder

    Check the contents of the kit for the following parts: • Feeder Assembly • Exit Tray • Two Knobs Ensure that the Scanner power is OFF, and that the power cord is disconnected. 301125a Raise the Document Glass Cover. 0301220A- W O L Xerox DocuColor 2006 1-49...
  • Page 72 Using both hands, lift the cover straight up and remove. This cover may be discarded. 301222a Use a screwdriver to loosen and remove the two small covers shown below. Discard the covers and screws. 0301223A- W O L 1-50 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 73 Remove the protective packing from the front edge of the Document Feeder. 03301227A -W O L From the back of the Scanner, align the holes in the Document Feeder hinges to the alignment posts on the Scanner. 0301229A- W O L Xerox DocuColor 2006 1-51...
  • Page 74 Using both hands, push the Document Feeder toward the front of the Scanner. This secures the Feeder to the posts. 0301230A- W O L Install the two knobs from the kit and tighten. 0301230a- W O L 1-52 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 75 Connect the cable to the back of the Scanner and tighten the two screws. 0301249A- W O L Install the Exit Tray. 0301250A- W O L 301250a Reconnect the power cord, and switch ON the Scanner. 301085a Xerox DocuColor 2006 1-53...
  • Page 76 1. Setting up the DocuColor 2006 Installing the Document Feeder The next step If you are installing the optional Sorter/Stacker, go to the Installing the Sorter/Stacker procedure. Otherwise, go to the Printing the Test Page procedure. 1-54 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 77: Installing The Sorter/Stacker

    1. Setting up the DocuColor 2006 Installing the Sorter/Stacker The Sorter/Stacker is an optional accessory for the Xerox DocuColor 2006. It attaches to the left side of the unit and consists of 10 bins and a high capacity bin. Xerox service personnel or installation personnel or the customer may install it.
  • Page 78 1. Setting up the DocuColor 2006 Installing the Sorter/Stacker Review the Sorter/Stacker components before installing the unit. Sorter bins High capacity bin Attachment plate Jam clearance cover Connector cord 1-56 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 79 Installing the Sorter/Stacker 1. Setting up the DocuColor 2006 Unpacking the Sorter/Stacker Read all the steps before performing this procedure. Open the box. Remove the instruction sheet. Remove the plastic bag with the new connector cover. Xerox DocuColor 2006 1-57...
  • Page 80 Installing the Sorter/Stacker Remove the cardboard inserts that hold the unit in place. Move any plastic away from the bottom wheels of the Sorter/Stacker. Gently tip the box so the Sorter/Stacker is standing on its wheels 1-58 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 81 Do not press down on the attachment plate as this may cause the unit to tip. Carefully roll the Sorter/Stacker out of the box. Remove the plastic wrapping from around the Sorter/Stacker. Xerox DocuColor 2006 1-59...
  • Page 82 Remove the strap around the high capacity bin. Remove any tape or cardboard from the outboard side of the Stacker/Sorter. Open the cover and remove any packing material inside it. 1-60 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 83 10. Remove the tape that is holding the connector cord in place. Keep the cord wrapped to protect the connector. 11. Ensure that any remaining tape is removed from the unit. Xerox DocuColor 2006 1-61...
  • Page 84 Sorter/Stacker. Switch off the copier/printer. Remove the output tray from the copier/printer. At the Sorter/Stacker, extend the attachment plate. CAUTION Do not press down on the attachment plate as this may cause the unit to tip. 1-62 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 85 Position the plate so its vertical edge is to the left and thumbscrews align with the holes in the base of the extension. Ensure that the duplex tray icon is visible in the spacer plate cut out. Tighten the thumbscrews. Xerox DocuColor 2006 1-63...
  • Page 86 The upper horizontal edges of the alignment plate should fit under Jam Clearance Area 5. Tighten the thumbscrews on the front and rear of the alignment plate. 1-64 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 87 1. Setting up the DocuColor 2006 Remove the connector cover that is below the power plug on the left side of the copier/printer. Remove the protective plastic wrap from the Sorter/Stacker cord and connector. Plug in the connector. Xerox DocuColor 2006 1-65...
  • Page 88 10. Remove the new connector cover from its wrapping. Holding the cord to the left cut out side of the opening, place the lower edge into the opening and push the new cover up and into place. 1-66 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 89 Installing the Sorter/Stacker 1. Setting up the DocuColor 2006 11. Slide the Sorter/Stacker to the right into position. Xerox DocuColor 2006 1-67...
  • Page 90 1. Setting up the DocuColor 2006 Installing the Sorter/Stacker The next step Go to the Printing the Test Page procedure. 1-68 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 91: Switching On The Power

    0301232A - W O L The DocuColor 2006 performs a registration setup, then after a few moments messages indicating the Scanner is ready are displayed on the Printer Control Panel and on the Scanner Control Panel. Xerox DocuColor 2006 1-69...
  • Page 92: Switching Off The Power

    DocuColor 2006 is networked, it may be receiving data. Press the 0 on the ON/OFF button on the Scanner only. 301086 The Scanner controls the power for the Printer, therefore it is not necessary to switch off the power on the Printer. 1-70 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 93: Printing A Test Page From The Printer Control Panel

    Press the up arrow button until PRINT TEST PAGE appears on the Control Panel. Press the Item/Enter button. PROCESSING JOB FROM TRAY 1 is displayed. After a moment the test page is delivered to the Output Tray on the top of the Printer. Xerox DocuColor 2006 1-71...
  • Page 94: Making A Test Copy From The Scanner

    Adding memory to the Printer procedure. • If you are adding memory to the Scanner, go to the Adding memory to the Scanner procedure. • If you are not adding memory, go to Getting to know the DocuColor 2006. 1-72 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 95: Adding Memory To The Printer

    Avoid exposing the card to direct sunlight, high temperatures, or humidity. Switch OFF the power to the Printer and to the Scanner. 301186 301073A-WOL Remove the three screws from the upper right-hand side panel of the Printer. 301083 Xerox DocuColor 2006 1-73...
  • Page 96 Remove the additional memory card from the anti-static bag. 301214a Slide the card into the lower slot below the 64MB memory card. Using your thumbs, press the card into the slot until it clicks. 0301063A- W O L 301233a Go to step 7. 1-74 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 97 Slide the new memory card into the upper slot. Using your thumbs, press the card into the slot until it clicks. 301213a If you are installing a second card, slide it into the lower slot and press it into place. 301214a Xerox DocuColor 2006 1-75...
  • Page 98 Adding memory to the Printer Insert the left-hand side Printer panel into place as shown below. 301215a Press the panel closed and slide it to the left. 301216 Reinstall the three screws into the side panel. 301070 1-76 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 99 Adding memory to the Printer 1. Setting up the DocuColor 2006 10. Switch ON the Printer and the Scanner power. 0301072a 0301232a 301072A-WOL 0301232A - W O L 11. After a few moments, READY is displayed on the control panel. Xerox DocuColor 2006 1-77...
  • Page 100 If you are adding memory to the Scanner, go to Adding memory to the Scanner procedure. • If you are not installing memory to the Scanner, go to the Getting to know the Xerox DocuColor 2006 section. 1-78 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 101: Adding Memory To The Scanner

    Avoid placing the memory card near magnetic devices, such as a pc monitor. Avoid exposing the memory card to direct sunlight, high temperatures, or humidity. Switch OFF the power to the Scanner. 301125 Locate the access cover on the left side of the Scanner. 301219a Xerox DocuColor 2006 1-79...
  • Page 102 Printer. 301206 Remove the memory card from the anti-static bag. 301207 Align the card to the rails in the access slot, then push the memory card into the Scanner as far as it will go. 301208 1-80 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 103 Align the screws on the end of the memory card to the holes in the rear Printer cover. Use a screw driver to tighten the screws. 301209 Replace the access cover and switch ON the power. 301085 After a few moments, READY is displayed on the printer control panel. Xerox DocuColor 2006 1-81...
  • Page 104 1. Setting up the DocuColor 2006 Adding memory to the Scanner The next step Go to the Getting to know the Xerox DocuColor 2006 section. 1-82 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 105: Getting To Know The Docucolor 2006

    Top Right-hand Cover – open to add additional memory Bypass Tray – use for transparencies, envelopes, postcards, or other stock Bypass Transport – open to access paper jams 10. Paper Feed Area – open to access paper jams Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 106: Printer, Rear View

    14. Printer Side Output Tray – copies are delivered to this tray 15. Printer Power Switch – use to switch OFF and ON the Printer power 16. Printer power cord connector – connect the Printer power cord here Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 107: Printer, Internal View

    21. Print/Copy Cartridge – use to transfer copy/print image to media 22. Knob – use to manually turn the carrousel in order to access the Dry Ink Cartridges 23. Lever A – the Copy/Print Cartridge is accessed through here Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 108: Printer Control Panel

    Error Indicator – this indicator is lit when an error has occurred Processing Indicator – this indicator is lit when Printer is processing a On-line Indicator – this indicator is lit when the system is on-line. Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 109: Scanner And Document Feeder Components

    Document Input Tray – place the originals to be scanned here Original Exit Tray – scanned originals are delivered here Document Cover handle – use to access the Document Glass Access cover – raise to access the feed rollers and to clear jams Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 110 Getting to know the DocuColor 2006 0301221A- W O L Document Cover without Document Feeder – raise to access the Document Glass Registration corner – place the top right-hand corner of your original here Document Glass – supports the original for scanning Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 111: Scanner Control Panel

    13. Contrast Dial – use to lighten or darken the Control Panel Screen 14. Paper Supply Arrow buttons – use to select the desired paper tray 15. Zoom Arrow buttons – use to select Reduce/Enlarge from 25-400% Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 112 17. Reduce/Enlarge indicators – indicates which setting is currently selected 18. Paper Supply indicators – indicates which paper tray is currently selected 19. Color Mode button – use to access color mode options 20. Lighten/Darken button – use to lighten or darken the output Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 113: Accessories

    Universal Paper Tray This tray allows you to print on envelopes and other odd-sized stock. ZMB64 64MB Memory Add up to 512 megabytes of memory to Upgrade the Printer. ZMB128 128MB Memory Upgrade ZMB256 256MB Memory Upgrade Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 114: Supplies Reorder Numbers

    Description Number Description 006R90307 1Black Dry Ink 006R90310 1 Yellow Dry Ink Cartridge Cartridge 006R90308 1 Cyan Dry Ink 013R90140 1 Print/Copy Cartridge Cartridge 006R90309 1 Magenta Dry Ink 008R12571 1 Dry Ink Waste Cartridge Container 2-10 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 115: Network Setup

    • Handle the card by the top or side edges only. Do not touch the card components or the gold connector edge. • Avoid placing the card near magnetic devices, such as a PC monitor. • Avoid exposing the card to direct sunlight, high temperatures, or humidity. Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 116 Slide the panel to the left and lift to remove. 301210 301217 Remove the Token Ring card from the anti-static bag. Install the card as shown below. Ensure that the jacks are accessible through the rear frame of the Printer. 301252 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 117 Token Ring Network Kit 3. Network Setup Insert the left-hand side Printer panel into place as shown. 301218a Press the panel closed and slide it to the left. 301216 Reinstall the three screws into the side panel. 301070a Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 118 3. Network Setup Token Ring Network Kit Connect the network cable. 301254a 10. Switch ON the Printer power. After a few moments, READY is displayed on the control panel. Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 119: Windows 95/98

    D:\) from the drop-down box and select the Browse button. • If you are installing from files you downloaded using the Installer WebTool, type the name of your hard disk drive (for example, C:\) and select the Browse button. Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 120 Verify the path is correct and select OK. In the Printers box, select Xerox DocuColor 2006 and Next. 10. Select LPT1: ECP Printer Port and Next. 11. Using a maximum of 31 characters, enter a name for the printer or leave the default name in the Printer name box.
  • Page 121: Windows 2000

    The Install From Disk dialog box prompts you for the disk. Browse to the English\Prntdrvr\Ps_drvr\Win_2000 folder and ensure that oemsetup.inf or oemsetup is selected. Select Open. Verify the path is correct and select OK. 10. In the Printers box, select Xerox DocuColor 2006 and Next. Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 122 For detailed information about setting up parallel port printing, TCP/IP, IPX/SPX, SPM, or SMB printing, or setting printer options and installing additional software, refer to Installing the user software in a Windows 2000 environment on the user CD. Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 123: Windows Nt 4.0

    If you are installing from the CD, type the name of the CD-ROM drive (for example, D:\) and select Browse. • If you are installing from files you downloaded using the Installer WebTool, type the name of your hard disk drive (for example, C:\) and select Browse. Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 124 Select OK and ensure that oemsetup.inf or oemsetup is selected. Verify the path is correct and select OK. 10. In the Printers box, select Xerox DocuColor 2006 and Next. 11. Using a maximum of 31 characters, enter a name for the printer or leave the default name in the Printer Name box.
  • Page 125: Macintosh Os

    To install from files you downloaded using the Installer WebTool, open the Printer Driver folder on your hard disk. Double-click the AdobePS 8.6 Installer icon. When the Warning dialog box is displayed, select Yes. Select Restart when the installation is complete. Xerox DocuColor 2006 3-11...
  • Page 126: Setting Up The Docucolor 2006 In The Chooser

    For detailed information about installing Fiery software and fonts; configuring connections for ColorWise ProTools, Fiery Spooler or Fiery Link; or installing fonts or additional software, refer to the Installing user software in a Macintosh OS environment chapter on the user CD. 3-12 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 127: System Administrator Functions

    Using the Fiery WebTools. You should also refer to the table of contents and index for assistance in locating information. The DocuColor 2006 is referred to as a printer in chapters that refer primarily to its printing capabilities. Xerox DocuColor 2006 4–1...
  • Page 128: Map To The Networking Chapters

    Using the Fiery WebTools Performing the setup from Using Fiery WebSpooler Using Fiery Link WebSetup (remote) Using ColorWise Pro Tools Technical information, to calibrate the printer including fonts list System Administrator tips Problem solving Print options 4–2 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 129: Guide To The Networking Chapters

    Installing user software in a pages (CMYK swatches, Macintosh OS environment PANTONE Reference, color Installing the Fiery software for sample pages) Windows and Macintosh Preparing users to access Setting up the network server Fiery WebTools. Novell documentation 4–3 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 130 2006. Printing color samples swatch pages. Installing the color profiles. Maintaining optimum Tips System Administrator tips DocuColor 2006 performance Deleting jobs and clearing queues Problem solving Solving Setup Problems Problem solving Printing, printer, and user software troubleshooting. 4–4 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 131: Connecting To The Network

    Printer Setup. You can then configure the remaining setup options from the Printer Control Panel or remote workstation with WebSetup. You can also calibrate the DocuColor 2006. Refer to the chapters, Performing the setup from the Printer Control Panel and Using ColorWise Pro Tools. Xerox DocuColor 2006 5–1...
  • Page 132 Installing user software chapter for your operating system. The system administrator is responsible for monitoring and maintaining system performance and troubleshooting any network problems that arise. For more information, refer to the chapter Problem solving. 5–2 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 133: Supported Network Protocols And Frame Types

    9100. TCP/IP SMB (Server Message Ethernet_II Windows NT Block), the nbt protocol Token Ring SNAP Windows 95/98 that supports Windows Windows 2000 AppleTalk PAP (Printer Access Ethernet SNAP Macintosh Protocol) (EtherTalk Phase 2 Windows 2000 only) 5–3 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 134: Quick Path To Installation

    The diagrams on the following pages illustrate typical system installations. Refer to the page with your preferred platform and network type. For actual installation and setup, refer to the chapters that are appropriate to your system. 5–4 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 135 The IPX/SPX and TCP/IP functionality outlined in this section is available on both Ethernet and Token Ring networks. AppleTalk is supported on Ethernet only. The protocols used in these diagrams are illustrated as follows: IPX (Novell) Parallel AppleTalk Other TCP/IP (lpd, nbt, or http) 5–5 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 136: Mac Os Environment With Appletalk

    5. Connecting to the network Mac OS environment with AppleTalk Another supported protocol Printer AppleTalk Mac OS workstation Mac OS workstation Mac OS workstation Mac OS workstations can print AppleTalk protocol directly and use Fiery utilities 5–6 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 137: Windows Computers In A Novell Environment

    Windows workstation: SPX protocol NetWare client running SPX (TCP/IP or AppleTalk possible) Printing on this network: All Windows workstations can print through the NetWare server For using Fiery WebTools: A Windows 95/98 workstation with TCP/IP (http) loaded 5–7 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 138: Windows Nt 4.0 Server Environment

    Windows 95/98 workstations can print using a protocol available on the Windows NT 4.0 print server. Windows 4.0 machines can print using TCP/IP with the lpd protocol. For using Fiery utilities and WebTools: A Windows NT 4.0 workstation with TCP/IP loaded 5–8 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 139: Windows Computers Using Windows Printing

    5. Connecting to the network Windows computers using Windows printing Another supported protocol Printer TCP/IP (nbt) Windows workstation Windows workstation Windows workstation TCP/IP (nbt) protocol For Windows printing: Windows 95/98 and NT 4.0 workstations Window (SMB) printing enabled 5–9 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 140: Unix And Windows Nt 4.0 Workstations On A Tcp/Ip Network

    TCP/IP workstations can print through UNIX server or directly; requires TCP/IP and the lpr print service loaded For running Fiery utilities and WebTools: Only a Windows 95/98, NT 4.0, or Mac OS workstation with TCP/IP loaded can use these applications 5–10 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 141: Parallel Port Connection

    Parallel port connection A supported network protocol Parallel input Printer Protocol not directly supported PC workstation, server or laptop With the parallel port enabled, the printer can accept and print jobs Parallel sent to its parallel port 5–11 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 142: Connecting The Docucolor 2006 To The Network

    Connect the other end of the cable to the parallel port on the Windows workstation. Power on the workstation and the DocuColor 2006. Configure network servers for printing. Refer to the chapter Setting up the network server. 5–12 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 143: Preparing For The Setup

    Although there may be an administrator or operator charged with certain duties, all users have equal access to the system and job management tools. Xerox DocuColor 2006 6–1...
  • Page 144: Printer Connections

    In addition, you can enable the Printed queue, a storage area for the most recent jobs from the Print queue, and specify the maximum number of jobs retained. Using jobs management tools, a user can reprint jobs in the Printed queue. 6–2 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 145: Passwords

    Setup. Where to set passwords Administrator passwords can be set at the Printer Control Panel or in Fiery WebSetup. Operator passwords can be set at the Printer Control Panel or in Fiery WebSetup. 6–3 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 146: Control Level Scenarios

    A designated administrator and a superuser operator Only an administrator can perform Setup and other administrator functions, and only an operator or administrator can perform calibration and control jobs from the job management tools. Users can print to all print connections. 6–4 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 147 Hold queue; the administrator and the operator have complete control of job flow; no access to Fiery WebTools. Setup values (Least) (Strictest) Set an Administrator Password (strongly recommended) Set an Operator password 6–5 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 148: Fiery Webtools

    Fiery WebTools functions. Fiery WebTools include Status, WebInstall, Web Setup, WebDownloader, WebSpooler, and WebLink. For more information, refer to the chapter Using the Fiery WebTools. 6–6 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 149: Network Server Setup Requirements

    Whenever the configuration of the server, the printer, or the network itself changes at your site, you can modify individual settings to correspond to the changed environment. Changing network or port settings may require that you make changes to other Setup options. 6–7 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 150: Ensuring The Printer Connection

    Prepare network servers to share printer software and to enable networked users to print to the DocuColor 2006. Refer to the chapter Setting up the network server for details. Perform Printer Setup as described in the chapter Performing the setup from the Printer Control Panel. 6–8 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 151: Performing The Setup From The Printer Control Panel

    Press the Menu button on the printer control panel until the message Print Pages from List is displayed. Press the Item/Enter button to display Print Configuration. Press Item/Enter to print the page. Xerox DocuColor 2006 7–1...
  • Page 152: Top-Level Menus

    Information about the printer and to set a password to Network Services Setup limit access to printer Setup menus. VisualCal Calibration of the printer color production. Color Adjustment Adjustment of the density and brightness of Dry Ink. 7–2 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 153: System Setup

    In most cases, only the system administrator should have access to this password. If you select Yes, you are prompted to enter the new printer password. The scanner has its own password that is independent of the printer. 7–3 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 154: Printer Setup

    Select Continue to print until there is no more Dry Ink or Stop to cease printing immediately until the Dry Ink has been replaced. Replace Dry Ink soon after the Dry Ink Low/Replace [Dry Ink Color] message is displayed. 7–4 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 155: Postscript Setup

    If a PostScript error occurred and Print To PS ERR is set to Yes, the error message will be printed on the Cover page, along with the job status. 7–5 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 156: Pcl Setup

    PCL characters per horizontal inch to print • Symbol Set Specify the PCL Symbol Set to print. A symbol set is specific to a font and is generally designed for a single application. 7–6 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 157: Specify Network Information

    (not ASCII), set this option to Yes. When the option is set to Yes, the printer uses the value you entered for the parallel port timeout to determine when it has reached the end of the file. 7–7 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 158: Specify Network Protocol Options

    RFC 1542, allows clients to query for IP addresses and additional information. • Enable Rarp—Yes/No. The Reverse Address Resolution Protocol (RARP) is specified in RFC 903. It enables a client to query for its IP address. This protocol is rarely used. 7–8 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 159 • Ethernet 802.2—Yes/No (The default is No). Select Yes to enable Ethernet 802.2. • Ethernet II—Yes/No (The default is No). Select Yes to enable Ethernet II. • Ethernet SNAP—Yes/No (The default is No). Select Yes to enable Ethernet SNAP. 7–9 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 160: Perform Network Services Setup

    Select Yes to delete Bindery settings. Another message is displayed, asking if a login is required to browse. Select No if a login is not required. Select Yes if a login is required to browse the NDS tree. 7–10 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 161 Select .. and press Item/Enter to move up the tree. 13. When you see the name of the desired print server, press Item/Enter. Print Server will display in the first line, indicating that the listed entry has been selected. 7–11 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 162 18. When you see the print queue subtree object in the second line, press Item/Enter. 19. In the next screen, scroll to display the period in the second line and press Item/Enter to end the search. The selected object is displayed. 20. Press Item/Enter to accept the object. 7–12 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 163: Bindery Setup

    Skip disregards bindery options and advances to the Polling Int screen. Use the up and down arrow buttons to view the list of servers. Press Item/Enter to skip the remaining options and advance to the Polling Int screen. 7–13 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 164 (from 1-999 seconds) at which the printer communicates with the Novell Server. (15 is the default interval.) If you select a short interval, the amount of network traffic increases; this may slow down other network jobs. Press Item/Enter. 7–14 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 165: Smb Setup

    Use the up and down arrow buttons to enter the IP address of the desired WINS server. A message prompts you to enter the Server Name (the default is XEROX DC 2006). Use the up and down arrow buttons to enter a name for the printer (SMB server).
  • Page 166: Print Information Pages

    Press the Item/Enter button to display the first information page option (the Print Configuration Page). Press the up and down arrow buttons to see other information page options to print. Press the Item/Enter button to print the desired page. The printer prints your selection. 7–16 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 167: Setting Up The Network Server

    The Fiery utilities (ColorWise Pro Tools and Fiery Link) are supported over the TCP/IP platform on Windows 95/98, Windows 2000 and Windows NT 4.0 platforms. More information is provided in later chapters, according to network type. Xerox DocuColor 2006 8–1...
  • Page 168: Printing On A Netware 3.X, 4.X Or 5.X Network

    NetWare server (or any other workstation) loads its network drivers. IPX-supported client workstations running Windows 95/98 and Windows NT 4.0 communicate directly to the printer, not through the NetWare server. Windows 2000 does not support the web-based Fiery utilities. 8–2 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 169: Overview Of Ipx Printing To The Docucolor 2006

    The queues on the NetWare server must be named to match the Direct connection, Print queue, and Hold queue on the printer. The NetWare queue names should be given one of the following lower case extensions in English: _print _hold _direct 8–3 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 170: Configuring A Netware 3.X, 4.X Or 5.X Server For Printing

    The functions you perform on the Novell server, on the DocuColor 2006 and on the client workstation, are summarized in the following tables. Complete the operations on the server first, then at the DocuColor 2006, and finally at the client workstation. 8–4 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 171 • Configure the print queue Bindery Setup For running the server utilities: • Configure the users of the • Add up to 8 file servers Configure the connection to print queue the printer. • Set Polling Interval 8–5 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 172: Setting Up An Nds Connection

    DocuColor 2006 will be created. The container defines the bindery context for the network structure. • Edit the network startup file to set the bindery context. • Activate the new bindery context. 8–6 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 173: Setting Up A Netware Print Queue For Bindery

    Refer to the chapter Connecting to the network for details on how to connect to Windows 95/98 and Windows NT 4.0 workstations • Installing other Fiery software, such as Color Reference files. Refer to the chapter Installing the Fiery Software for Windows and Macintosh for details. 8–7 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 174: The Docucolor 2006 On A Tcp/Ip Network With Windows Nt 4.0

    PCL printer driver files on the Windows NT 4.0 server from the User Software CD. • Repeat the installation for everyone who prints to the DocuColor 2006. Each server and workstation running the Fiery utilities with TCP/IP also needs the TCP/IP protocol and the Fiery utility software. 8–8 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 175: Configuring A Windows Nt 4.0 Server

    Windows NT 4.0 server. Add the printer to the hosts file on any workstations that have TCP/IP loaded and will use the Fiery utilities. 8–9 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 176: Installing The Docucolor 2006 As A Shared Printer

    DocuColor 2006 printer files on the Windows NT 4.0 print server, do so now. If you have already installed the printer files on the Windows NT 4.0 server, refer to your Windows documentation for information about sharing the server. 8–10 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 177: Configuring Clients Of A Windows Nt 4.0 Or Windows 2000 Server

    DocuColor 2006. The job is listed in the Print Manager on the client workstation, and the administrator can track it in the DocuColor 2006 window in the Print Manager on the Windows NT 4.0 or Windows 2000 print server. 8–11 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 178: Configuring The Server And Client Workstations For Fiery Webtools

    Enter a valid, unique IP Address for the printer and Subnet Mask for the workstation. If necessary, enter a Gateway Address. Install an Internet browser that supports the Java language and frames, such as Internet Explorer 4.x or higher or Netscape Navigator 4.x or higher. 8–12 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 179: Accessing The Fiery Webtools

    Enter the IP Address or DNS name of the printer. Enter the Administrator password (if required) and select OK. Press the Control key (Mac OS) or CTRL key (Windows) as you select the WebLink button. Enter the new WebLink address (URL) and select OK. 8–13 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 180: The Printer On A Network With Unix Workstations

    The IP address of the printer must be registered for the network in a host database and also on the printer itself. • The Print queue or the Hold queue (or both) must be published. lpd printing to the Direct connection is not supported. 8–14 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 181: Setting Up The Printer On Tcp/Ip Networks

    Specify the appropriate settings in Server Setup. Specify the appropriate settings in Network Setup. Enter a valid IP address, Subnet Mask, and Gateway Address for the printer. Specify the appropriate settings in Printer Setup. Publish the Print queue and/or Hold queue. 8–15 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 182: Setting Up Tcp/Ip For Communication With The Printer

    The server should respond with a reply that includes the printer IP address. Some systems will respond with a continuous display of output from the IP address. To stop the output, press Control-C. You can use the ping command at any time. 8–16 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 183: Installing User Software In A Windows 95/98 Environment

    You can then install the drivers from your workstation. For instructions, refer to the section Using the Installer WebTool in the chapter Using the Fiery WebTools. After you download the printer files, the installation process is identical to installing from the User Software CD. Xerox DocuColor 2006 9–1...
  • Page 184: Overview Of Installation

    If you are uncertain what type of network you have, contact your system administrator. Print a configuration sheet at the printer to obtain the name of the printer and settings that will be used in the following procedures. 9–2 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 185: Installing Postscript Or Pcl Print Drivers

    Refer to the section Completing the connection in this chapter. In the dialog box displaying lists of manufacturers and printers, select the Have Disk button. 9–3 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 186 The path is copied to the Install From Disk dialog box. Verify the path is correct and select OK. In the Printers box, select the Xerox DocuColor 2006 option. Select Next. If you are adding a second printer or performing an upgrade, you will be asked if you want to keep the existing driver or replace it.
  • Page 187 10. Using a maximum of 31 characters, enter a name for the printer or leave the default name in the Printer name box. This name will be used in the Printers and queue windows. Entering more than 31 characters may cause printing problems with some network applications. 9–5 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 188 Yes radio button; if not, select No. Select Next. 12. Select No in the next dialog box to postpone printing a test page and select Finish. When installation is complete, the Printers window is displayed with an icon for the newly installed printer. 9–6 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 189: Completing The Connection

    Perform this procedure in Windows 95 only if the LPT1 port is not currently set to ECP Printer Port. Select the Start button, Settings, and Control Panel. Double-click the System icon to display the System Properties window. Select the Device Manager tab. 9–7 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 190 Select No when asked if you want windows to search for a driver. Select Next. Select the Show all hardware radio button. From the Manufacturers list, select the (Standard port types) option. From the Models list, select ECP Printer Port (not Printer Port). Select OK and Finish. 9–8 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 191: To Prepare The Port For Parallel Port Printing In Windows 98

    Perform this procedure in Windows 98 only if the LPT1 port is not currently set to ECP Printer Port. Select the Start button, Settings, and Control Panel. Double-click the System icon to display the System Properties window. Select the Device Manager tab. Double-click the Ports option. 9–9 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 192 Update Driver option. The Update Device Driver Wizard is displayed. Select Next. Select the Display a list of all the drivers in a specific location, so you can select the driver you want radio button and then select Next. 9–10 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 193 Models list, select ECP Printer Port (not Printer Port). Select Next. 11. Select Finish. 12. When prompted to restart the workstation, select Yes. After Windows 98 restarts, complete the procedure described in the section Setting up parallel port printing. 9–11 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 194: Setting Up Parallel Port Printing

    If this box does not read LPT1: (ECP Printer Port), change the port setting now, as described in the section To prepare the port for parallel port printing and then return to this step. You may need your Windows 95/98 system CD. 9–12 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 195 10. To confirm the connection, print a test page. Select the General tab in the Properties dialog box. Select the Print Test Page button and OK. You are now ready to print from your applications through the parallel port. 9–13 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 196: Setting Up Ipx/Spx Printing With Windows 95/98

    Select the Start button, Settings, and Control Panel. Double-click the Network icon. Ensure that an entry for IPX/SPX-compatible Protocol is listed in the Installed Network Components section. For additional information, refer to the Windows 95/98 documentation. Double-click the IPX/SPX-compatible Protocol icon. 9–14 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 197 Frame Type(s) are configured. Do not select Auto because you may not be able to select the Frame Type specified on the DocuColor 2006. Select OK to close the window. When prompted to restart your workstation, select Yes. 9–15 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 198 • Select Yes if the job printed normally. • Select No if the page did not print or did not print correctly. Follow the troubleshooting wizard to diagnose and solve the problem. When setup is complete, you are ready to print your jobs. 9–16 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 199: Setting Up Smb Printing On Windows 95/98

    Ensure that the printer is configured for SMB printing. For more information, refer to the chapter Performing the setup from the Printer Control Panel. At the workstation, double-click the Network Neighborhood icon to display your network environment. 9–17 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 200 The Printers dialog box is displayed, asking whether you would like to set up the printer. Select Yes to install the PostScript or PCL printer driver and printer description file for the selected connection. The Add Printer Wizard is displayed. 9–18 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 201 D:\) from the drop-down box and select the Browse button. • If you are installing from files you downloaded using the Installer WebTool, type the name of your hard disk drive (for example, C:\) and select the Browse button. 9–19 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 202 The path is copied to the Install From Disk dialog box. 11. Verify the path is correct and select OK. In the Printers box, select the Xerox DocuColor 2006 option. Select Next. If you are adding a second printer or performing an upgrade, you will be asked if you want to keep the existing driver or replace it.
  • Page 203 Entering more than 31 characters may cause printing problems with some network applications. 13. Select Yes to print a test page and select Finish. The DocuColor 2006 will print a test page. You are ready to print from your workstation. 9–21 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 204: Setting Printer Options

    • Optional 2-Tray Module • To delete an option, select the desired option from the Installed Options list and select the Remove button. Select Apply to activate the current settings, and then select OK. Close the printer window. 9–22 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 205: Installing Additional Software For Windows 95/98

    These files are provided for expert users and should not be used for day-to- day calibration. 9–23 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 206: Copying Printer Description Files

    ICC standards. For most ICC aware applications, the files must be installed into a folder named Color in the System folder. For use with ColorWise Pro Tools, the files can be copied to a folder of your choice. 9–24 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 207: Loading The Working Space Profile Using Photoshop 5.0

    In the RGB Setup dialog box, select the Load button. Browse to the Windows\System\Color folder. Select the Efirgb v1f file and the Load button. Select OK. For more information about ICM profiles, refer to the application documentation. 9–25 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 208: Loading The Icm Profile

    In the CMYK Setup dialog box, select the ICC radio button as the CMYK Model. Select the profile that corresponds to the printer or the device you would like to simulate from the Profile drop-down menu. Select OK. 9–26 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 209: Installing User Software In A Windows 2000 Environment

    • SMB printing • Specify printer options with the section Setting the printer options. • If necessary, refer to the section Installing additional software for Windows 2000. All necessary files are included on the User Software CD. Xerox DocuColor 2006 10–1...
  • Page 210: Overview Of Installation

    If you are uncertain what type of network you have, contact your system administrator. Print a configuration sheet at the printer to obtain the name of the printer and settings that will be used in the following procedures. 10–2 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 211: Installing The User Software For Parallel Port Printing

    Double-click the Add Printer icon to display the Add Printer Wizard and select Next. Select the Local printer radio button and Next. Ensure that the Automatically detect and install my Plug and Play printer check box is not selected. 10–3 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 212 10. Installing user software in a Windows 2000 environment Select LPT1: Printer Port and Next. In the dialog box displaying lists of manufacturers and printers, select Have Disk. 10–4 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 213 The path is copied to the Install from Disk dialog box. Verify the path is correct and select OK. 10. In the Printers box, select the Xerox DocuColor 2006 option and select Next. 11. Using a maximum of 31 characters, enter a name for the printer or leave the default name in the Printer Name box.
  • Page 214 If you select Share as, you must also enter a Share Name for the printer (or leave the default name) and make selections from the list of operating systems used by client workstations. Select Next. 10–6 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 215 14. Select the No button to printing a test page and select Next. 15. Verify the printer settings specified, and select Finish. The Digital Signature Not Found window indicates that the printer driver for Windows 2000 does not have a Microsoft digital signature. However, printing is processed correctly. 10–7 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 216 General tab. Select the Print Test Page button and OK. You are now ready to print from your applications through the parallel port. Configure any options installed on your printer. Refer to the section Setting the printer options. 10–8 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 217: Installing The Software For Tcp/Ip And Lpr Printing (New Installation Of Windows 2000)

    Right-click the DocuColor 2006 icon and select Properties to open the ppd window. Select the Ports tab to display the Printer Ports window. Select Standard TCP/IP Port and New Port to start the Add Standard TCP/IP Printer Port Wizard. 10–9 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 218 Port Name field. Select Next to display the Additional Port Information screen. Select the Custom radio button and the Settings button. The Configure Standard TCP/IP Port Monitor screen is displayed. 10–10 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 219 Select the LPR radio button in the Protocol section to activate the LPR Settings fields. Enter one of the names listed below in lowercase letters in the Queue Name field: • print (generally used) • hold • direct 10–11 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 220 16. Select Close to exit the Printer Properties dialog box. Configure any options installed on your printer. Refer to the section Setting the printer options. After setup is complete, you are ready to print your jobs. 10–12 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 221: Installing Tcp/Ip And Lpr Printing (Upgrade Installation Of Windows Nt 4.0 To Windows 2000)

    Right-click the DocuColor 2006 icon and select Properties to open the ppd window. Select the Ports tab to display the Printer Ports window. Ensure that you are connected to LPT1 and select the Add Port option to display a list of available ports. 10–13 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 222 Print Test Page button. When you print, your files are transmitted over the LPR Port connection to the printer. With setup complete, you are ready to print your jobs. 10. Select Close to exit the Printer Properties dialog box. 10–14 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 223: Installing The User Software For Ipx/Spx Printing

    The Local Area Connection Properties screen is displayed. Ensure that IPX/SPX-compatible Protocol is listed in the network components section. For additional information, refer to the Windows 2000 documentation. Double-click the NWLink IPX/SPX/NetBIOS Compatible Transport Protocol icon. 10–15 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 224 Frame Type specified on the DocuColor 2006. Select OK. Select OK to close the Local Area Connection Properties screen Restart your workstation. After your workstation reboots, ensure that your workstation is connected to the Novell Network servers required for your configuration. 10–16 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 225 Have Disk. 16. Insert the CD in the CD-ROM drive, select the CD-ROM drive (for example, D:\) from the drop-down box and select Browse. The Install From Disk dialog box prompts you for the disk. 10–17 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 226 The path is copied to the Install from Disk dialog box. 19. Verify the path is correct and select OK. 20. In the Printers box, select the Xerox DocuColor 2006 option and select Next. 21. Using a maximum of 31 characters, enter a name for the printer or leave the default name in the Printer Name box.
  • Page 227 (or leave the default name) and make selections from the list of operating systems used by client workstations. Select Next. 24. Select the No button to printing a test page and select Next. 25. Verify the printer settings specified, and select Finish. 10–19 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 228 CD-ROM drive, browse to the i386 folder, and then select OK. When installation is complete, the Printers window is displayed with an icon for the newly installed printer. 27. Right-click the printer icon and select Properties. 28. Select the Advanced tab to display Spool Settings. 10–20 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 229 32. Select Close to exit the Printer Properties dialog box. Configure any options installed on your printer. Refer to the section Setting the printer options. After setup is complete, you are ready to print your jobs. 10–21 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 230: Installing The User Software For Spm Printing

    When installation is complete, the Printers window is displayed with an icon for the newly installed printer. Double-click the Add Printer icon to display the Add Printer Wizard and select Next. 10–22 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 231 14. To confirm the connection, print a test page. Select the General tab and select the Print Test Page button. When you print, your files are transmitted over the SNMP connection to the printer. With setup complete, you are ready to print your jobs. 10–23 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 232: Installing The User Software For Smb Printing

    DocuColor 2006 for SMB printing. Specify whether to install the PostScript or PCL driver. Refer to the chapter Performing the setup from the Printer Control Panel. At the workstation, double-click the My Network Places icon to display your network environment. 10–24 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 233 Depending on the Point and Print Drivers option specified in Network Setup, the PostScript or the PCL printer driver and printer driver files are automatically installed. The Add Printer Wizard is displayed. 10–25 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 234 The Install From Disk dialog box prompts you for the disk. 10. Browse to the English\Prntdrvr\Ps_drvr\Win_2000 folder and ensure that oemsetup.inf or oemsetup is selected. 11. Select Open. The path is copied to the Install from Disk dialog box. 10–26 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 235 10. Installing user software in a Windows 2000 environment 12. Verify the path is correct and select OK. 13. In the Printers box, select the Xerox DocuColor 2006 option and select Next. 14. Using a maximum of 31 characters, enter a name for the printer or leave the default name in the Printer Name box.
  • Page 236 (or leave the default name) and make selections from the list of operating systems used by client workstations. Select Next. 17. Select the No button to printing a test page and select Next. 18. Verify the printer settings specified, and select Finish. 10–28 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 237 General tab. Select the Print Test Page button and OK. You are now ready to print from your applications through the SMB connection. Configure any options installed on your printer. Refer to the section Setting the printer options. 10–29 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 238: Setting Printer Options

    • Duplex Unit For the Printer Memory option, select the amount of memory installed in the printer: 64, 128, 192, 256, 320, 384 or 512 MB. Select Apply to activate the current settings, and then select OK. 10–30 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 239: Installing Additional Software For Windows 2000

    These files are provided for expert users and should not be used for day-to- day calibration. 10–31 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 240: Copying Printer Description Files

    ICC standards. For most ICC aware applications, the files must be installed into a folder named Color in the System folder. For use with ColorWise Pro Tools, the files can be copied to a folder of your choice. 10–32 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 241: Loading The Working Space Profileusing Photoshop 5.0

    In the RGB Setup dialog box, select the Load button. Browse to the Windows\System\Color folder. Select the Efirgb v1f file and the Load button. Select OK. For more information about ICM profiles, refer to the application documentation. 10–33 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 242: Loading The Icm Profile

    In the CMYK Setup dialog box, select the ICC radio button as the CMYK Model. Select the profile that corresponds to the printer or the device you would like to simulate from the Profile drop-down menu. Select OK. 10–34 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 243: Installing User Software In A Windows Nt 4.0 Environment

    You can then install the drivers from your workstation. For instructions, refer to the section Using the Installer WebTool in the chapter Using the Fiery WebTools. After you download the printer files, the installation process is identical to installing from the User Software CD. Xerox DocuColor 2006 11–1...
  • Page 244: Overview Of Installation

    If you are uncertain what type of network you have, contact your system administrator. Print a configuration sheet at the printer to obtain the name of the printer and settings that will be used in the following procedures. 11–2 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 245: Installing The User Software For Parallel Port Printing (Windows Nt 4.0)

    Administrator privileges. If it is not available, add a network printer and follow the procedure for adding a port. Refer to the section Installing the user software for TCP/IP and LPR printing for Windows NT 4.0 in this chapter. 11–3 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 246 This is a general installation that works for the parallel port connection. You can add a network port later, according to your network type. In the dialog box displaying lists of manufacturers and printers, select Have Disk. 11–4 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 247 • If you are installing from files you downloaded using the Installer WebTool, browse to the Prntdrvr folder. Select OK and ensure that oemsetup.inf or oemsetup is selected. The path is copied to the Install from Disk dialog box. 11–5 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 248 11. Installing user software in a Windows NT 4.0 environment Verify the path is correct and select OK. 10. In the Printers box, select the Xerox DocuColor 2006 printer. Select Next. 11–6 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 249 This name will be used in the Printers and queue windows. Entering more than 31 characters may cause printing problems with some network applications. 12. If you want the DocuColor 2006 to be the default printer, select Yes; if not, select No. Select Next. 11–7 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 250 Finish. When installation is complete, the Printers window is displayed with an icon for the newly installed printer. When you select print, your files are transmitted over the parallel port connection to the printer. 11–8 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 251: Installing The User Software For Ipx Printing (Windows Nt 4.0)

    Check with your system administrator to ensure the printer is set up to accept this type of printing. You may have to log in to the file server to view the print connections. Double-click the print connection defined for the DocuColor 2006. 11–9 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 252 DocuColor 2006, you may be asked if you want to set up the printer on your workstation. Select Yes. Select OK. The Add Printer Wizard displays. In the dialog box displaying lists of manufacturers and printers, select Have Disk. 11–10 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 253 • If you are installing from files you downloaded using the Installer WebTool, browse to the Prntdrvr folder. Select OK and ensure that Oemsetup.inf or Oemsetup is selected. The path is copied to the Install from Disk dialog box. 11–11 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 254 11. Installing user software in a Windows NT 4.0 environment Verify the path is correct and select OK. 10. In the Printers box, select the Xerox DocuColor 2006 printer. Select Next. 11–12 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 255 This name will be used in the Printers and queue windows. Entering more than 31 characters may cause printing problems with some network applications. 12. If you want the DocuColor 2006 to be the default printer, select Yes; if not, select No. Select Next. 11–13 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 256 14. Select Yes in the next dialog box to postpone printing a test page and select Finish. When installation is complete, the Printers window is displayed with an icon for the newly installed printer. When you select print, your files are transmitted over the IPX connection to the printer. 11–14 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 257: Installing The User Software For Tcp/Ip And Lpr Printing

    When installation is complete, the Printers window is displayed with an icon for the newly installed printer. Right-click the DocuColor 2006 icon and select Properties to open the ppd window. Select the Ports tab to display the Ports properties. 11–15 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 258 • If your network uses IP addresses, enter the Ethernet TCP/IP IP address of the DocuColor 2006 in the Add LPR compatible printer dialog box. • If your network uses Domain Name Services (DNS), enter the DNS name assigned to the printer. 11–16 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 259 When you print, your PostScript or PCL files are transmitted over the LPR Port connection to the printer. With setup complete, you are ready to print your jobs on the DocuColor 2006. 10. Select OK to close the Printer Properties dialog box. 11–17 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 260 Ensure the printer is configured for SMB printing. For more information, refer to the chapter Performing the setup from the Printer Control Panel. At your workstation, double-click the Network Neighborhood icon to display your network environment. 11–18 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 261 In the Printers dialog box, select Yes to install the PostScript or PCL printer driver and printer description file for the selected connection. A message is displayed, indicating that the correct printer driver is not available. 11–19 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 262 (for example, D:\) from the drop-down box and select the Browse button. • If you are installing from files you downloaded using the Installer WebTool, type the name of your hard disk drive (for example, C:\) and select Browse. 11–20 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 263 Installer WebTool, browse to the Prntdrvr folder. Select OK and ensure that Oemsetup.inf or Oemsetup is selected. The path is copied to the Install from Disk dialog box. 11. Verify the path is correct and select OK. 11–21 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 264 11. Installing user software in a Windows NT 4.0 environment 12. In the Printers box, select the Xerox DocuColor 2006 printer. Select Next. 13. Using a maximum of 31 characters, enter a name for the printer or leave the default name in the Printer Name box.
  • Page 265 16. To confirm the connection, right-click the printer icon and select Properties. Select the General tab and Print Test Page. If the test page prints successfully, you are ready to print from your workstation. 17. Select OK to close the Printer Properties dialogue box. 11–23 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 266: Setting Printer Options

    Installed or Not Installed. • 64 (default), 128, 192, 256, 320, 384 or 512 MB • A3 Oversize Tray • Optional 2-Tray Module • Duplex Unit Select Apply to activate the current settings, and then select OK. 11–24 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 267: Installing Additional Software For Windows Nt 4.0

    These files are provided for expert users and should not be used for day-to- day calibration. 11–25 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 268: Copying Printer Description Files

    On the User Software CD, open the Icm folder. Copy the profiles to the Windows NT\System32\Color folder. If a folder named Color does not exist in the System32 folder, create one and install the profiles into it. 11–26 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 269: Loading The Working Space Profileusing Photoshop 5.0

    From the File menu, select Color Settings and RGB Setup. In the RGB Setup dialog box, select Load. Browse to the Windows NT\System32\Color folder. Select the Efirgb v1f file and Open. Select OK. For more information about ICM profiles, refer to the application documentation. 11–27 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 270: Loading The Icm Profile

    In the CMYK Setup dialog box, select ICC as the CMYK color model. Select the profile that corresponds to the printer or the device you would like to simulate from the Profile drop-down box. Select OK. 11–28 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 271: Installing User Software In A Macintosh Os Environment

    Internet access to the Fiery). For instructions, refer to the section Using the Installer WebTool in the chapter Using the Fiery WebTools. After you download the printer files, the installation process is identical to installing from the User Software CD. Xerox DocuColor 2006 12–1...
  • Page 272: Setting Up The Docucolor 2006 As A Postscript Printer

    English: Printer Driver folder. • To install from files you downloaded using the Installer WebTool, open the Printer Driver folder on your hard disk. Double-click the AdobePS 8.6 Installer icon. A Warning dialog box is displayed. 12–2 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 273 PPD file, any ICC profiles or separation tables used in conjunction with the image, and relevant documentation to customers. This ensures that jobs they create and print to files are properly formatted for printing. 12–3 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 274: Setting Up The Docucolor 2006 In The Chooser

    • If Desktop printing is not on, select the Setup button. The Adobe PS printer driver automatically selects the correct PPD file for your DocuColor 2006. You must set up each print connection separately. Repeat this step for all enabled connections. 12–4 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 275 Chooser list. Select the printer icon and select the Setup button. To configure the printer, double-click the printer from the PostScript Printer list. Select the Configure button and select available options. Select OK twice. Close the Chooser. 12–5 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 276: Installing Fiery Software And Fonts

    Loading profiles. • Specify a hard disk location for the Fiery Link software or the ColorWise Pro Tools software. Refer to the chapter Installing the Fiery software for Windows and Macintosh. 12–6 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 277: Installing Mac Os Runtime For Java

    Installing Mac OS Runtime for Java Read the Apple Computer, Inc. License Agreement and select Agree to install the software. Select Install. Select Quit. You are now ready to configure the ColorWise Pro Tools connection to the printer. 12–7 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 278: Installing Additional Software

    These files are provided for expert users and should not be used for day-to- day calibration. 12–8 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 279: Loading Profiles

    EFIRGB setting of the RGB Source Profile print option. The RGB Source Profile print option setting overrides the ColorSync system profile setting. Close the ColorSync window. For more information about ICC profiles, refer to the application documentation. 12–9 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 280: Loading The Monitor Settings File Using Photoshop 5.0

    If you are using ColorSync 2.5 or later, ColorSync profiles are located in the System:ColorSync Profiles folder. The EFIRGB ICC v1f file is displayed as the selection in the RGB drop-down list of the RGB Setup dialog box. Select OK. 12–10 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 281: Loading The Icc Printer Profile In Photoshop 4.0

    Loading the ICC printer profile in Photoshop 4.0 Launch Photoshop. From the File menu, select Color Settings and Separation Tables. Select Build Tables Using Apple ColorSync. In the CMS Settings dialog box, select a profile and a render intent. 12–11 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 282: Loading The Icc Printer Profile In Photoshop 5.0

    Select ICC as the CMYK color model. In the CMYK Setup dialog box, select the profile that corresponds to the Fiery from the Profile drop-down list. Select OK. For more information about ICC profiles, refer to the application documentation. 12–12 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 283: Installing The Fiery Software For Windows And Macintosh

    By default, the installer names the folder Fiery. Insert the User Software CD in your CD-ROM drive. Open the CD-ROM drive icon. Double-click Fiery Link and the Setup.exe file. Follow the instructions in the Setup dialog boxes to complete installation. Xerox DocuColor 2006 13–1...
  • Page 284: Using The Software For The First Time

    The following procedures describe locating and connecting to a Printer server using manual and advanced search methods. Fiery Link is supported only over TCP/IP. 13–2 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 285: Configuring The Connection To Fiery Servers In A Local Subnet

    Error dialog box is displayed. Select OK to dismiss the dialogue box and perform the Advanced IP search or Advanced Subnet search. Only servers that support Fiery Link are displayed in the Available Fierys area. 13–3 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 286: Manually Configuring The Connection To Fiery Printers

    My Fiery List. Select Apply to accept the changes to the My Fiery List. Select OK. Manually configuring the connection to Fiery printers Select the Manual tab. 13–4 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 287 To give the server a nickname, select it in the My Fiery List and select Modify. Select Use Nickname and enter a nickname for the printer. Select OK. Select Apply to accept the changes to My Fiery List. Select OK. 13–5 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 288: Configuring The Connection For Fiery Link Using An Advanced Ip Search

    13. Installing the Fiery software for Windows and Macintosh Configuring the connection for Fiery Link using an Advanced IP search Select the AutoSearch tab. Select the Advanced button. 13–6 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 289 IP Range/Subnet Addr Window and select the Remove button. You can also search for the printer using a range of subnet values. For more information, refer to the section Configuring the connection for Fiery Link using an advanced subnet search. 13–7 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 290 To add a printer to the My Fiery List, select the printer and the arrow button. The printer is displayed in the My Fiery List. Repeat this step for each printer you want to add to the My Fiery List. 13–8 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 291: Configuring The Connection For Fiery Link Using An Advanced Subnet Search

    Select Apply to accept the changes to the My Fiery List. Select OK. Configuring the connection for Fiery Link using an Advanced Subnet search Select the AutoSearch tab. Select the Advanced button and the Subnet Addr tab. 13–9 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 292 When the search is complete, all found printers are displayed in the Available Fierys area of the dialog box. If the printer was not found and you would like to search again using the same parameters, select Refresh. 13–10 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 293 The printer is displayed in the My Fiery List. Repeat this step for each printer you want to add to the My Fiery List. Select Apply to accept the changes to the My Fiery List. Select OK. 13–11 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 294: Installing Colorwise Pro Tools For Windows And Macintosh Os

    You can also set up a Domain Name Server (DNS) for the IP address of the printer. Refer to the Windows system documentation for information. Double-click the ColorWise Pro Tools icon to display the Choose Printer Device dialog box. 13–12 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 295 • Protocol—Select the type of network protocol (TCP/IP) you are using from the drop-down list. • Server Name—Enter the IP address (or DNS name) of the printer. • New Device—Enter DC2006 After you have added all the information, select Add. 13–13 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 296: Modifying The Configuration

    Configure the printer in the Add New Server dialog box as outlined in the previous procedure Configuring a connection for ColorWise Pro Tools. To remove a printer, select the printer by its nickname and select Remove. 13–14 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 297: Downloading Installers With Fiery Webtools

    In Network Setup>TCP/IP Ethernet Setup, set Enable TCP/IP to Yes. In Network Setup>Network Service Setup>Web Services Setup, set Enable Web Services to Yes. Exit Network Setup and select OK to save changes. Exit Printer Setup and select OK to save changes. 13–15 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 298: Setting Up Client Workstations To Use Fiery Webtools

    Internet Explorer v4.0.1 or later with Java enabled Netscape and Microsoft continue to release frequent updates to their browsers. As support cannot be guaranteed for all versions, use the versions specified above for best results. Ensure that Java is enabled in your browser. 13–16 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 299: Printing From The Windows Workstations

    Format (PDF) files using WebDownloader. Basic instructions are provided at the end of this chapter. For information on connecting to the printer over the network, installing printer drivers, and installing the Fiery utilities, refer to the appropriate Windows installation chapter. Xerox DocuColor 2006 14–1...
  • Page 300: Printing From Applications

    Installing user software for your system. The procedures for setting options and printing are different depending on which printer driver (PCL or PostScript) you use. Ensure that you are using the correct procedures for your needs. 14–2 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 301: Configuring The Postscript Print Options For Windows 95/98

    The application may not set up the file properly for printing on the DocuColor 2006 and may also take longer to process. If you specify incompatible print settings, the Conflict dialog box may be displayed. Follow the on-screen instructions to resolve the conflict. 14–3 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 302 To use the new settings as default settings for this workstation, select Apply. Refer to the section Using saved settings in this chapter for more information about saved settings. Select OK to close the properties window. Select OK or Close to exit the print window. 14–4 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 303: Configuring The Pcl Print Options For Windows 95/98

    14. Printing from the Windows workstations Configuring the PCL print options for Windows 95/98 Select Start, Settings, and Printers. Select the Xerox DocuColor 2006 PCL printer icon and select Properties from the File menu. The Printer PCL5 Properties dialog box displays.
  • Page 304 Save and manage list of settings button. Browse for the desired job and select OK. This action retains the settings. 11. Select OK to close the properties window. 12. Select OK or Close to exit the print window. 14–6 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 305: Setting Options And Printing From Windows 2000

    As you select print options, incompatible print settings are displayed with a caution icon next to their names. If you specify incompatible print settings the Incompatible Print Settings dialog box is displayed. Follow the on-screen instructions to resolve the conflict. 14–7 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 306 Select OK. Depending on the application, you will see one of two dialog boxes. Select OK, then OK again to print; or, if the Print button is available, select Print. The job prints with the specified settings. 14–8 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 307: Using Saved Settings (Windows 95/98 And Windows Nt 4.0)

    Enter a Settings Name and select OK. Loading Saved Settings Ensure that the Default Settings are displayed in the Saved Settings drop-down list. Select the settings you want to use. The options are automatically configured with the saved settings. 14–9 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 308: Deleting Saved Settings

    Select the settings you want to modify. The options are automatically configured with the saved settings. Configure your new settings from the print option bars, then select the Save current setting button. Select OK to save the modified settings. 14–10 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 309: Exporting Saved Settings

    When you import saved settings, they are displayed in the Saved Settings menu under their Settings Name, not the file name. For example, the file named present.sav would be imported, but it would be displayed in the Saved Settings menu as Presentation (Settings Name). 14–11 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 310: Using Shortcuts

    Page shortcuts are only available from the PostScript drivers. Specify the appropriate settings for the print options. Select Apply to make the new settings the default. Select OK. 14–12 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 311: Working With Custom Page Sizesin Windows 95/98 Or Windows 2000

    The new custom page name is displayed in the Page Size drop- down list. Select OK. After you define a custom page size, you can use it from within an application, without having to redefine it each time you print. 14–13 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 312: Printing A Custom Page Size

    14. Printing from the Windows workstations Printing a custom page size Select Print in your application. Ensure the Xerox DocuColor 2006 is selected as the printer, then select Properties from the File menu. Select the Fiery Printing tab. Select the Paper Source print option bar.
  • Page 313: Saving Files To Print At A Remote Location

    This section describes configuring print options for Windows NT 4.0 using the PostScript printer driver and the PCL printer driver. Custom print options available from the PostScript and PCL printer drivers are described in the chapter Print options. 14–15 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 314: Setting Print Options For A Postscript Job (Windows Nt 4.0)

    If paper loaded in the selected tray is a different size, orientation, and/or media type than that of the job you are sending, the printer displays an error message and the job might not print. Load the correct paper in the selected tray or cancel the job. 14–16 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 315 The application may not set up the file properly for printing on the DocuColor 2006 and may also take longer to process. Select OK. Select OK again to close the Print dialog box. 14–17 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 316: Setting Print Options For All Postscript Jobs (Windows Nt 4.0)

    Setting print options for all PostScript jobs (Windows NT 4.0) Select Start, Settings, and Printers. Right-click to select the Xerox DocuColor 2006 PCL printer icon and select Document Defaults. Select the Fiery Printing tab. Specify the appropriate default settings for all print jobs as described in the previous procedure.
  • Page 317: Setting Print Options For All Pcl Jobs (Windows Nt 4.0)

    Select OK in the Print dialog box. Setting print options for all PCL jobs (Windows NT 4.0) Select Start, Settings, and Printers. Right-click to select the Xerox DocuColor 2006 PCL printer icon and select Document Defaults. Select the Fiery Printing tab.
  • Page 318: Printing With Webdownloader

    Enter the desired number of copies to print. If you want a specific page range to print, enter the first page and last page of the range. Select the Browse button to search for the file to download. Select the file and Open. Select the Send File button. 14–20 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 319: Printing From The Macintosh Os Workstations

    Before you print a job, ensure that the DocuColor 2006 is the currently selected printer. Ensure that the DocuColor 2006 is connected to the network and switched on. Select the Chooser from the Apple menu. Select the AdobePS icon and ensure that AppleTalk is set to Active. Xerox DocuColor 2006 15–1...
  • Page 320 Print queue or the Direct connection, the corresponding names will not appear in this list. Close the Chooser window. The printer remains selected as the current printer until you select a new printer in the Chooser. 15–2 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 321: Setting Options And Printing From Mac Os Workstations

    In the dialog box that is displayed, specify the Page Attributes settings for your print job. Ensure that the DocuColor 2006 is displayed as your printer. Page Setup dialog boxes vary across applications. Select OK. 15–3 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 322 You should then load the correct paper in the selected tray or cancel the job. 15–4 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 323: Printing From An Application

    Although printing may vary slightly within applications, the general procedure is as follows: After you have created a document, select Print from the File menu. Select the DocuColor 2006 from the Printer drop-down menu and select printing options. Select OK to print the job. 15–5 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 324: Defining A Custom Page Size

    Saved custom page sizes are displayed in the menu of page sizes at the top right of the dialog box. To remove a custom page size, select it from the menu and select Remove. Select OK. 15–6 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 325: Using The Fiery Webtools

    The Status, WebLink, and WebDownloader WebTools do not require any special access privileges. As long as the administrator has enabled Web Services in Setup and has provided users with the IP address of the printer, anyone can use these WebTools. 16–1 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 326 Enables user to view, print, and delete the Job Log. WebLink Provides a link to another web page, provided you have a valid Internet connection. The initial WebLink destination is www.xerox.com. The destination can be changed by the Administrator. Installer Enables downloading of the printer file installers directly from the server.
  • Page 327: Accessing The Fiery Webtools

    The Fiery WebTools home page is displayed, with the individual Fiery WebTools listed on the left. To launch one of the Fiery WebTools, select the name of the tool you want to access. Move the cursor over the buttons to display information about the selections. 16–3 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 328: Using The Status Webtool

    WebLink connects you to a help page or multiple web pages, provided you have a valid Internet connection. The administrator at your site can set the WebLink destination. Access the Fiery WebTools home page Select the WebLink button and view the information available there. 16–4 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 329: Using The Installer Webtool

    The Log In dialog box is displayed only if the administrator has set a password. No password is required to log in as a Guest. Guests have full access to the Installer WebTool. Select the Installer button. 16–5 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 330 For Windows workstations, double-click the Prntdrve.exe file or browse to the location where you want to install the folder and select Next. Install the appropriate printer driver for your operating system. Refer to the chapter Installing the user software for your operating system. 16–6 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 331: Using Webdownloader

    12. Select the Browse button to search for the file to download. Select the file and Open. 13. Select the Send File button. 16–7 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 332: Font Manager

    To retain the downloaded font, select the Validate Only check box. Select the Browse button and search for the desired Font Backup File. Select the Download Font Backup File button. 14. To restore the backup font, select the Get Font Backup File button. 16–8 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 333: Using Fiery Link

    Where both windows or dialog boxes are illustrated, the Windows version comes first, followed by the Mac OS version. Fiery Link WebTools does not require any special access privileges. 17–1 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 334 • Note that the right display window indicates the selected server or print job. • Press the Alt and F4 keys (Windows) or the Command and Q keys (Mac OS) to exit Fiery Link. 17–2 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 335 From this list, select the DocuColor 2006 or the job about which you want information. Select the currently selected Fiery Link tool to display a list of all the tools (as shown below), and select a tool. 17–3 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 336: Fiery Link Tools

    Support Lists the contact names Lists the contact names and and information for the information for the printer. printer. 17–4 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 337 Up and down arrows allow you to scroll through the available paper trays. Dry Ink— The Dry Ink tool indicates the amount of dry ink in the printer. A warning is displayed if the Dry Ink is low. 17–5 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 338: Setting Preferences

    Select the Preferences check mark in the main window to view the Preferences dialog box. Set the My Fiery List Options preferences: • If Track my print jobs is selected and you select the current print job, the Active Job List window is displayed. 17–6 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 339 • Show/hide tool tips • Show/hide animations • Enable/disable audible alerts • Enable/disable stack alerts • Enable/disable processing error notification • Enable/disable printing error notification • Enable/disable file printed notification • Enable/disable consumable warnings notification 17–7 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 340: Using My Fiery List Of Fiery Link

    If this option is disabled, you can position the Fiery Link window anywhere on the screen. Select Exit to exit Fiery Link. 17–8 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 341: Using Fiery Webspooler

    RIP a job and hold the raster data • Hold jobs in the spooled area or the RIPped area • Remove raster data from RIPped files • Change the priority of jobs • Display, print, or delete the Job Log Xerox DocuColor 2006 18–1...
  • Page 342: Accessing The Fiery Webspooler Window

    18. Using Fiery WebSpooler Accessing the Fiery WebSpooler window Launch your Internet or Intranet browser. Access the Fiery WebTools home page. From the Fiery home page, select WebSpooler. The Fiery WebSpooler window is displayed in a new browser window. 18–2 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 343: About The Fiery Webspooler Window

    Printed jobs—Jobs listed in the area below the Print status bar have already been printed. Printed jobs can be stored on the printer. The number of jobs that can be stored (from 1 to 99) is defined in Setup. 18–3 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 344: Manipulating Job Options And Job Flow

    Duplicate one or more selected PostScript or PCL data jobs in the (The Duplicate command is Spool or Print areas (creates a not available for raster jobs) reference to the original job, with the same name). 18–4 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 345 Thumbnail A window where you can view a full- screen preview of the job. Thumbnail B Open the selected raster data job Unchanged (not necessarily a held job) in the Thumbnail B window for viewing. 18–5 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 346: Overriding Job Option Settings

    The options you set here are the same ones you set from the Print dialog box when you print from an application. For information about setting and overriding these print options, refer to the chapter Print options. 18–6 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 347: Using The Job Log

    Displaying the Job Log Select Show Job Log from the Fiery WebSpooler Window menu. The Job Log is displayed in a new browser window. The Delete button is displayed only if you logged in as Administrator. 18–7 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 348: Updating, Printing And Deleting The Job Log

    If you logged in as Administrator, you can select Delete Job Log from the File menu or select the Delete button to clear the Job Log. To redisplay the job list, select Show Job List from the Window menu. 18–8 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 349: Performing The Setup From Websetup

    To use Fiery WebSetup, you must enter the Administrator password. This is set either from the Printer Control Panel or Fiery WebSetup. Fiery WebSetup is supported for Windows 95/98, Windows 2000, and Windows NT4.0 workstations only. Xerox DocuColor 2006 19–1...
  • Page 350: Enabling Java Services

    19. Performing the setup from WebSetup Enabling Java services When you access WebSetup for the first time, the Accessing WebSetup screen may display, indicating Java is not enabled. Follow the instructions on the screen to enable Java services. 19–2 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 351: Accessing Fiery Websetup

    Enter the IP address of the printer in the URL line of the browser. This information is available from your system administrator. Log in as the Administrator. The DocuColor 2006 welcome page displays. The individual Fiery WebTools are listed on the left. Select the WebSetup button. 19–3 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 352: General Setup Options

    Setup category. You must select Save or Cancel before you can proceed to another Setup Category or exit Fiery WebSetup. If necessary, the system will display a prompt to reboot the server to apply the changes. 19–4 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 353: Server Setup

    The Start Page lists server name, current date and time, amount of installed memory, last calibration date, network protocols enabled, and print connections published. To deselect the option, ensure there is no check mark in the box (default). 19–5 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 354 Administrator or Operator box, as is appropriate. Entries are limited to 19 characters. The Administrator password controls access to Setup privileges and all operator privileges. Operator passwords control access to job management functions through the job management tools. 19–6 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 355 New Password and the Verify New Password fields. Select the Support tab from the Server Setup tab and type in the relevant names, phone numbers, and e-mail addresses for your internal support personnel. Entries are limited to 18 characters. 19–7 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 356: Network Setup

    TCP/IP. If you need to assign the printer IP address to another drive, set the address to a null address. In Network Setup, you can specify settings on the following tabs: Port, Protocol1, Protocol2, Service1, and Service2. 19–8 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 357 (10 Mbps or 100 Mbps) of the network to which the printer is attached. Changing the speed requires rebooting the server. To deselect the option, ensure there is no check mark in the box. 19–9 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 358 The server can, however, continue receiving network print jobs. To deselect the option (default), ensure there is no check mark in the box. 19–10 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 359 • Step 4 if you have an Ethernet network. • Step 5 if you have a Token Ring network. • Step 6 if you have an AppleTalk network. • Step 7 if you have an IPX/SPX frame type. 19–11 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 360 Enter the DocuColor 2006 unique IP address for Ethernet in the IP Address text boxes (default address used for network checking is 127.000.000.001). The values in each field are limited to a range of 0-255. 19–12 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 361 • Select the IP Static radio button and type the address in the Gateway text boxes (the default address is 127.000.000.001). In Remote Setup, Token Ring information displays even if you have not enabled Token Ring. 19–13 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 362 • 255.0.0.0 if the IP address starts with a number less than 128 • 255.255.0.0 if the IP address starts with a number in the range of 128—191 • 255.255.255.0 if the IP address starts with a number greater than 191 (network defined) 19–14 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 363 If there is only one zone, the printer is assigned to that zone automatically. If you cannot find an AppleTalk zone, your network may have no defined zones or the network cable is not connected. 19–15 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 364 From the Select Frames drop down list, select the frame type and the Add button. The selected frame type will be added to list. To remove a frame type, select the frame type and the Remove button. 19–16 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 365 From the Bindery Setup… drop down list, select a server to add to the polling list and the Add button. The server will be added to the Selected Servers list. To remove a server, select the server name and the Remove button. 19–17 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 366 NDS Configuration section of the dialog and the in the NDS Configuration section under the Service tab. To remove a tree, select the tree and the Remove button. 19–18 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 367 TCP/IP must be configured on the Windows client workstation and the print server. Type the name (up to 15 characters) that enables you to access the server on the network in the Server Name text box. 19–19 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 368 Perform one of the following: • If you are using Ethernet or Token Ring, check the Auto IP radio button. • If you are using a WINS Server, enter the WINS Server IP address in the IP Address text boxes 19–20 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 369: Printer Setup

    (pdl), paper size, and ability to print when Dry Ink is low. You can also set options for PostScript and PCL printing. Select the Printer Setup button from the WebSetup screen. Select the Paper Setup tab to specify PostScript printing options. 19–21 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 370 If a PostScript error occurs and the Print to PS Error option is set to Yes, the PS error message replaces the job status. 19–22 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 371 Select a PCL Symbol Set to print from the drop down box. A symbol set is specific to a font and is generally designed for a single application. For a complete list of available PCL Symbol Sets and their corresponding font numbers, refer to the Fonts List. 19–23 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 372: Exiting Setup

    Refer to the chapter Installing user software that is appropriate to your system. To confirm the network connection and your Setup, print a test job from a remote workstation. 19–24 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 373: Using Colorwise Pro Tools

    Fiery. This calibration set will be used when it is associated with an output profile. Every output profile has an associated calibration set. If you have not specified one, the calibration set associated with the default output profile is used. Xerox DocuColor 2006 20–1...
  • Page 374: Understanding Calibration

    Transfer functions are often graphed as input or output curves. The Fiery generates calibration curves after comparing measured values to the final target values for each of the four toner colors. The target values are based on the output profile specified. 20–2 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 375: Scheduling Calibration

    If there is a noticeable change in appearance, you should calibrate the Fiery. If the solid density patches (100% cyan, magenta, yellow or black) look less saturated with time, show the pages to your copier service technician to find out whether adjusting the copier can improve output. 20–3 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 376: Checking Calibration Status

    Plug the small connector on the adapter cable into the side of the X-Rite DTP32 and plug the adapter into a wall outlet. Turn on the computer Calibrate the densitometer. Use ColorWise Pro Tools to calibrate the Fiery. 20–4 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 377: Calibrating With Colorwise Pro Tools

    In the Paper size pop-up menu, specify the paper size for the measurement page: For densitometer, the menu will automatically select LTR/A4 for 21 Sorted Patches or 11x17/A3 for 34 Sorted Patches. In the Input Tray pop-up menu, specify the paper source. Under Get measurements, click Measure. 20–5 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 378: To Restore Default Calibration Measurements

    Color Editor Color Editor is used to customize simulation and output profiles and can be accessed either directly by clicking its icon in the ColorWise Pro Tools main window, or indirectly through the Profile Manager. 20–6 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 379: Editing Profiles

    Simulation lists the simulation profiles resident on the Fiery, and Output lists the output profiles resident on the Fiery. Choose a profile to edit and click Select. You can also open the Profile Manager, select a profile, and click Edit. 20–7 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 380 CMYK halftone dots). The curve you selected appears, and points along the curve are marked so you can adjust them. You should adjust points in this way only after you have entered the Dot Gain and Brightness values. 20–8 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 381: To Edit A Simulation In Quick Or Full Mode

    Fiery using the previous version of ColorWise. The current version of ColorWise does not allow you to save custom Quick or Full Simulation independently; rather, they are saved as components of the same profile. 20–9 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 382: Undoing Simulation Edits

    OK. If you choose “For all Edit Modes and all Profile Links,” a warning dialog box appears. Click OK. The curves for the linked simulation(s) now match the last saved master simulation exactly. 20–10 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 383: Checking Edited Profiles

    Administrator password. Several profiles are provided with the fiery, and you can create additional ones as needed by modifying the existing ones. You can also download profiles from any workstation to the Fiery. The profiles provided are: 20–11 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 384: Setting The Default Profiles

    The lock icon to the left of a profile name indicates that the profiles cannot be deleted and can be edited only if it is saved under a new name. Only Simulation and Output profiles can be edited. 20–12 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 385: Downloading Profiles

    For Windows 95/98, the default directory is \Windows\System\Color. For Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 2000, the default directory is \Winnt\System32\Color. For Mac OS, the default directory is System Folder:Preferences:ColorSyncProfiles for ColorSync, and SystemFolder:ColorSyncProfiles if you have ColorSync 2.5 or later. 20–13 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 386: Editing Profiles

    When an output profile is downloaded, it inherits the calibration target of the current default output profile. Editing Profiles The profiles on the Fiery can be customized to meet your specific needs and the characteristics of your copiers using Color Editor either directly or through Profile Manager. 20–14 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 387: Managing Profiles

    Simulation – 1. Click Yes to delete the profile. If you want to delete a profile that is currently set as the default or associated with a custom name, click Profile Settings and uncheck the default option. 20–15 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 388: Defining Profiles

    If you do not define a custom simulation profile, your job will print with CMYK Simulation Profile set to None. If you do not define a custom RGB Source or Output profile, the default profile is used. 20–16 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 389: Changing Global Settings

    (?) button at the bottom left-hand side. The diagram is illustrative and does not include selectable options. Click OK to close. Click Apply to apply any changes you have made. Click OK to close the window. 20–17 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 390 20. Using ColorWise Pro Tools 20–18 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 391: Basic Copying

    Stop: Press the Stop button to stop the copy operation. You can not restart a job after you press the Stop button. To complete a job, you must reprogram the copier/printer settings and reload any uncopied originals. Xerox DocuColor 2006 21–1...
  • Page 392 More information on the copy features introduced above is given in the Copy Features chapter. More information on the Tools option is given in the Tools Mode chapter. 21–2 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 393: Copy Mode

    Using the Auto Mode Change feature enables the DocuColor 2006 copier/printer to automatically enter the copy mode when originals are loaded in the Document Feeder. For more information on the Auto Mode Change feature, go to the Tools Mode chapter. 21–3 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 394: Auto Start

    To view any changes made to the other features available through the DocuColor 2006 copier/printer, access the corresponding feature screen. For information on the available features and for directions on accessing feature screens, go to the Copy Features screen. 21–4 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 395: Positioning The Originals

    A3 (297 mm x 420 mm). If you should try to register an original document larger than the maximum size on the Document Feeder, the image will be cut off on your copy output. 21–5 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 396 Copier Screen. The error message appears each time you attempt to copy the original until you enter a specific Paper Supply option. For directions on using the Paper Supply feature, go to the Copy Features chapter. 21–6 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 397: The Document Feeder

    Getting to Know the DocuColor 2006 chapter. To use the Document Feeder perform the following steps: Raise the document handler to the right. Place the originals into the Document Feeder face up and in the same orientation as your selected paper tray. 21–7 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 398 Feeder Light Adjust the Document Guide to gently touch the edges of the originals, as shown below. Pushing the Document Guide too tightly against the originals may cause a Document Feeder jam. 0302512A- W O L 21–8 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 399 10 lb. and 34 lb. To copy an original that is not with in these specifications, you must use the Document Glass. For specific information on media regulations for the Document Feeder, go to the Technical Data chapter. The Document Feeder does not accept jobs with mixed size originals. 21–9 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 400: Making A Copy

    Select the desired number of copies using the Numeric Keypad. If you enter the wrong number, press the Clear button. Press the Start button. For directions on applying additional copy features, go to the Copy Features chapter. 21–10 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 401: Copy Features

    100 % - The copy image will be the same size as the original image. • Auto % - The DocuColor 2006 copier/printer automatically detects original document size. After you select your desired paper output size, the copier/printer reduces or enlarges the image to fit onto the output paper. Xerox DocuColor 2006 22–1...
  • Page 402: Using The Reduce/Enlarge Feature

    Press the Clear All button to restore default settings. Position the original on the Document Glass or in the Document Feeder. For information on positioning documents on the Document Glass or using the Document Feeder, go to the Basic Copying chapter. 22–2 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 403 You cannot select an Enlarge value greater than 100% when Auto Paper selected. You must select a paper size. Select the desired number of copies using the Numeric Keypad. Press the Start button. 22–3 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 404: Paper Supply

    Press the Clear All button to restore all default settings. Position the original on the Document Glass or in the Document Feeder. For more information on positioning original documents, go to the “Basic Copying” chapter. 22–4 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 405: Using The Bypass Tray

    Use the Bypass Tray to copy onto unconventional paper sizes or weights, such as postcards, transparencies or envelopes. Loading the Bypass Tray Use the following procedure to load the Bypass Tray: Lower the Bypass Tray. 0302500A- W O L 22–5 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 406 0302501A- W O L Slide the right-hand paper guide all the way to the right. 0302502A- W O L If you are printing on longer paper, pull out the Tray Extender. 0302503A- W O L 22–6 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 407 When paper stock is first loaded in the Bypass Tray, the Bypass Tray paper selection screen automatically is displayed on the Copier Screen. For further directions on using the Bypass Tray, go to the “Making a Copy Using the Bypass Tray” procedure. 22–7 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 408: Loading Transparencies Into The Bypass Tray

    Fan the transparency sheets a few at a time to separate them and prevent static. Insert transparencies into the Bypass Tray until they are touching the feeding slot. Slide the right-hand paper guide against the transparency stack. 0302514A- W O L 22–8 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 409: Loading Postcards Into The Bypass Tray

    Load a postcard into the Bypass Tray with the copy side face up. Adjust the paper guides to fit snuggly against the postcard stack. 0302507A- W O L Use the Reduce/Enlarge feature to copy larger images onto a postcard. 22–9 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 410: Loading Envelopes In The Bypass Tray

    90 mm wide, and more than 143 mm long with the flap open). Portrait (vertical) type envelopes may not be used. • Insert envelopes with the flap facing out and the glue side down. • Poor quality envelopes may crease, and may not print properly. 22–10 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 411: Making A Copy Using The Bypass Tray

    Side 2 if you are printing onto one of the following paper types and the paper has already been printed on. • Plain • Postcard (Pcard) • Coated • Glossy • Thick Use the Side 2 option to create a 2-Sided copy manually. 22–11 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 412: Color Mode

    • Text/Photo – Use this setting when the original is black and white and contains both text and printed photographs. • Photograph – Use this setting when the original is a black and white photograph. 22–12 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 413 2 Color – Use this setting to produce two color output; black and one of the following: • • Green • Blue • Yellow • Purple • Brown • Yellow Green • Light Blue • Pink 22–13 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 414: Using The Color Mode Feature

    Press the Exit button. The Main Menu is displayed on the Copier Screen. Your Color Mode setting displays on the main screen. 10. Enter your desired number of copies using the Numeric Keypad. 11. Press the Start button. 22–14 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 415: Lighten/Darken

    Use the down arrow button to return to Auto mode from manual mode selection. Press the Select button. The Copier Screen returns to the main menu. Enter your desired number of copies using the Numeric Keypad. Press the Start button. 22–15 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 416: Quality Adjustment

    Press the Select button. Sharpness selection is displayed on the Copier Screen. Use the Arrow Buttons to highlight a sharpness level between Lighter and Darker. A lighter sharpness level produces softer lines. A heavier sharpness level produces more distinct lines. 22–16 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 417: Using The Color Level Option

    Press the Select button. Quality Adjustment selection is displayed on the Copier Screen. Press the Exit button. The Main Screen is displayed on the Copier Screen. 10. Enter your desired number of copies using the Numeric Keypad. 11. Press the Start button. 22–17 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 418 Press the Select button. Quality Adjustment selection is displayed on the Copier Screen. Press the Exit button. The Main Screen is displayed on the Copier Screen. 10. Enter your desired number of copies using the Numeric Keypad. 11. Press the Start button. 22–18 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 419: Advanced Features

    You can not use the 2 Up feature with the following: • 2-Sided option • Auto Paper Supply option • Auto Reduce/Enlarge option The 2-Sided feature and the 2 Up feature are available only if you have a Document Feeder. 22–19 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 420: Using The Output Option

    Press the Select button. Advanced Features selection is displayed on the Copier Screen. Press the Exit button. The Main Screen is displayed on the Copier Screen. 10. Enter your desired number of copies using the Numeric Keypad. 11. Press the Start button. 22–20 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 421 2 sent to bin 2 and all copies of page 1 sent to the top bin. Press Select, then Exit to continue programming the job. After the job completes, select the Clear All button to return the settings to the default. 22–21 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 422: Using The Erase Option

    Screen. Use the Arrow Buttons to highlight an erase dimension. Use the Numeric Keypad to enter an erase value between 0 mm and 50 mm. Vertical Horizontal Center If you enter an incorrect value, press the Clear (C) button to delete it. 22–22 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 423: Using The 2-Sided Feature

    Copying chapter. Press the Advanced Features button. Advanced Features selection is displayed on the Copier Screen. Use the Arrow Buttons to highlight the 2-Sided option. Press the Select button. 2-Sided selection is displayed on the Copier Screen. 22–23 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 424 11. Press the Select button. 2-Sided selection is displayed on the Copier Screen. 12. Press the Exit button. The Main Screen is displayed on the Copier Screen. 13. Enter your desired number of copies using the Numeric Keypad. 14. Press the Start button. 22–24 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 425: Using The 2 Up Option

    Press the Advanced Features button to display the Advanced Features selections on the Copier Screen. Use the arrow buttons to highlight the 2 Up option. Press the Select button to display the 2 Up selection on the Copier Screen. 22–25 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 426 Auto or if the Paper Supply feature is set at Auto. For information on using the Reduce/Enlarge feature go to the “Using the Reduce/Enlarge feature” section. For information on using the Paper Supply feature go to the “Using the Paper Supply feature” section. 22–26 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 427: Tools Mode

    For example, if Meter 2 readings are always higher than Meter 1 readings, your copier/printer is used more for color images than for black and white images. You may change your default settings to reflect this function. Xerox DocuColor 2006 23–1...
  • Page 428: Administrative Features

    Auto Color Adjust • Detect Doc. Size • Auto Mode Change • Limit Copy Set Size • Timer Preset • Sound Preset • User Password • Admin Password • Version Info • Self Diag • Transporting Scanner 23–2 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 429 Specific information on each of the available Administrative features is discussed in the following sections. To exit the Administrator Menu, press the Exit button. The Tools Main Menu is displayed on the Copier Screen. To exit Tools Mode, press the Tools button. 23–3 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 430: Defaults For Copy

    Auto. • Density: This option allows you to change the default setting for the Lighten/Darken feature. The Lighten/Darken default can be set to Auto or any of the five density levels between Darken and Lighten. 23–4 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 431 Erase feature is on. The default setting for the Erase option is Off. Changing the dimensional values does not set the default to On; it only changes the default dimensional values when the Erase feature is switched on. 23–5 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 432 12. To change the default for another feature, repeat steps 8 through 11. 13. Press the Exit button. The Tools Main Menu is displayed on the Copier Screen. 14. To exit Tools Mode, press the Tools button. 23–6 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 433: Color

    Using the Arrow Buttons, highlight one of the following: • Text/Photo • Print Photo for documents that are printed photographs, photographs printed in magazines or newspapers. • Photograph for documents that are photographs on photographic paper. 23–7 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 434 16. Press the Exit button. The Administrator Menu is displayed on the Copier Screen. 17. Press the Exit button. The Tools Main Menu is displayed on the Copier Screen. 18. Press the Tools button to exit Tools Mode. 23–8 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 435: Auto Color Adjust

    Using the Arrow Buttons highlight one of the following document types: • Text/Photo • Print Photo for originals that are photographs printed in magazines or newspapers. • Photograph for originals that are photographs on photographic paper. Press the Select button. 23–9 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 436 22. Press the Exit button. The Administrator Menu is displayed on the Copier Screen. 23. Press the Exit button. The Tools Main Menu is displayed on the Copier Screen. 24. Press the Tools button to exit Tools Mode. 23–10 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 437: Detect Doc Size

    Press the Select button. The Administrator Menu is displayed on the Copier Screen. 10. Press the Exit button. The Tools Main Menu is displayed on the Copier Screen. 11. Press the Tools button to exit Tools Mode. 23–11 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 438: Auto Mode Change

    Press the Select button. The Administrator Menu is displayed on the Copier Screen. 10. Press the Exit button. The Tools Main Menu is displayed on the Copier Screen. 11. Press the Tools button to exit Tools Mode. 23–12 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 439: Limit Copy Set

    Press the Select button. The Administrator Menu is displayed on the Copier Screen. 10. Press the Exit button. The Tool Main Menu is displayed on the Copier Screen. 11. Press the Tools button to exit Tools Mode. 23–13 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 440: Timer Preset

    Using the Numeric Keypad, enter your Administrator Password. The numbers display as asterisks (*). If you make a mistake while entering a password, press the Clear (C) button. Once the correct password is entered, the Admin Menu is displayed on the Copier Screen. 23–14 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 441 8 through 10. 12. Press the Exit button. The Administrator Menu is displayed. 13. Press the Exit button. The Tools Main Menu is displayed on the Copier Screen. 14. Press the Tools button to exit Tools Mode. 23–15 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 442: Sound Preset

    Using the Numeric Keypad, enter your Administrator Password. The numbers display as asterisks (*). If you make a mistake while entering a password, press the Clear (C) button. Once the correct password is entered, the Administrator Menu is displayed on the Copier Screen. 23–16 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 443: User Password

    Basic Copying chapter. Use the following procedure to set up a user password: Press the Tools button to display the Tools Main Menu on the Copier Screen. Using the Arrow Buttons highlight the Admin Menu option. 23–17 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 444 11. Press the Select button. When the change is confirmed the Administrator Menu is displayed on the Copier Screen. 12. Press the Exit button. The Tools Main Menu is displayed on the Copier Screen. 13. Press the Tools button to exit Tools Mode. 23–18 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 445: Admin Password

    Repeat steps 8 and 9. 10. Press the Exit button. The Tools Main Menu is displayed on the Copier Screen. 11. Press the Tools button to exit Tools Mode. 23–19 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 446: Version Info

    Version Information screen. Press the Exit button. The Administrator Menu is displayed. 10. Press the Exit button. The Tools Main Menu is displayed on the Copier Screen. 11. Press the Tools button to exit Tools Mode. 23–20 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 447: Self Diag

    For information on calling for service, go to the Problem Solving chapter. 11. Press the Exit button. The Administrator Menu is displayed. 12. Press the Exit button. The Tools Main Menu is displayed on the Copier Screen. 13. Press the Tools button to exit Tools Mode. 23–21 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 448: Transporting The Scanner

    2006 chapter. Once the scanner module is locked, you cannot return to any copy functions until the scanner power is switched off and then on again. This is the only way to unlock the scanner module. 23–22 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 449: Problem Solving

    Whenever possible, load paper to feed long edge first. CAUTION DO NOT open the Duplex Tray unless directed to do so from the Printer Control Panel. Opening the Duplex Tray at any other time could create a paper jam. Xerox DocuColor 2006 24-1...
  • Page 450: Printer Jam Clearance Areas

    Area 5: Upper Inverter, if installed. Also provides access to the Fuser area. Area 6: Lower Inverter, if installed A: Duplex Tray, if installed B: Paper Tray 1 C: Paper Tray 3, in the 2 Tray Module D: Paper Tray 2, in the 2 Tray Module 24-2 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 451: Document Feeder Jam Clearance Area

    Clearing paper jams 24. Problem Solving Document Feeder jam clearance area 301270a Lift to open the left-hand Document Feeder cover. 24-3 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 452 24. Problem Solving Clearing paper jams 24-4 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 453: Clearing A Paper Tray Jam

    If this is Paper Tray 1, press down on the paper stack until the metal plate on the bottom of the tray latches into place. 301145 It is not necessary to perform step 4 on Paper Tray 2 and Paper Tray 3, if installed. Xerox DocuColor 2006 24-5...
  • Page 454 Clearing a Paper Tray jam Firmly close the paper tray. 301065b Try running the job again. If the problem still exists, open the tray and turn the stack of paper over. Firmly close the paper tray. 24-6 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 455: Clearing A Duplex Tray Jam

    Slowly open the Duplex Tray all the way. 0301266A- W O L Remove the jammed paper and any paper that is creased or torn. Ensure that there are no pieces of torn paper remaining in the tray. t301267a Xerox DocuColor 2006 24-7...
  • Page 456 24. Problem Solving Clearing a Duplex Tray jam Firmly close the Duplex Tray. 301268a 24-8 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 457: Clearing Area 1 Jams

    Tray. Ensure that there are no pieces of torn stock remaining in the tray. 301088a Remove any stock loaded in the Bypass Tray. 301089a In order to access a jam in the transport, pull the Bypass Tray all the way out of the Pinter. 301090a Xerox DocuColor 2006 24-9...
  • Page 458 0301091A- W O L Remove any jammed or torn paper as shown below. Ensure that there are no pieces of torn paper remaining in the transport. 0301092A - W O L Close the transport cover. 0301093B- W O L 24-10 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 459 Close the Bypass Tray transport. 0301084A - W O L Reload the Bypass Tray with the desired stock and ensure that the width guide is adjusted to the size of the stock. 0301095A- W O L Xerox DocuColor 2006 24-11...
  • Page 460 24. Problem Solving Clearing Area 1 jams 24-12 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 461: Clearing Area 2 Jams

    Control Panel. Lower the Area 2 access cover. 301096 Remove any jammed or torn stock from Area 2. Ensure that there are no pieces of torn stock remaining in the area. 301097 Close the access cover. 301082 Xerox DocuColor 2006 24-13...
  • Page 462 24. Problem Solving Clearing Area 2 jams 24-14 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 463: Clearing Area 3 Jams

    Open the Area 3 access door. 301099 Remove any jammed or torn paper as shown below. Ensure that there are no pieces of torn paper remaining in the feed area. 301100 Close the access door. 0301200A- W O L Xerox DocuColor 2006 24-15...
  • Page 464 24. Problem Solving Clearing Area 3 jams 24-16 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 465: Clearing Area 4 Jams

    Control Panel. Open the Area 4 cover. 301201 Remove the jammed paper. If the paper is torn ensure that there are no pieces of torn paper remaining in the Printer. 301103 Close the Top Left-hand Cover. 301104 Xerox DocuColor 2006 24-17...
  • Page 466 24. Problem Solving Clearing Area 4 jams 24-18 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 467: Clearing Area 5 Jams

    WARNING The Fuser may be hot. Use care when reaching into the Fuser area. To release any paper, lift the green lever as shown, and gently pull the paper in the direction of the arrow. 301106a Xerox DocuColor 2006 24-19...
  • Page 468 0301107A - W O L Ensure that there are no pieces of torn paper remaining in the Fuser Area. Return the green handle to the original position. 301257a 0301257A- W O L Firmly close the Fuser Area. 301114a 24-20 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 469: Clearing The Upper Inverter

    To release any paper, lift the green lever, and gently pull the paper in the direction of the arrow. If the paper is not visible, turn the green knob in the direction of the arrow. 0301115A- W O L Xerox DocuColor 2006 24-21...
  • Page 470 Open the small, clear, cover and ensure that all the paper and paper bits are removed. 0301109A- W O L If paper is visible under the clear cover, hold the cover open and push the paper toward the paper exit with your fingers. 0301110A- W O L 24-22 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 471 Pull the paper in the direction of the arrow shown below. 0301111A - W O L If paper is only partially visible under the cover, check under the tray for access to the paper. Pull the paper down and remove. 0301112A- W O L Xerox DocuColor 2006 24-23...
  • Page 472 24. Problem Solving Clearing Area 5 jams Close the small clear cover and move the green lever to the lower position. 301113a 0301113A- W O L Firmly close the Upper Inverter. 30164 24-24 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 473: Clearing Area 6 Jams

    In order to access Area 6, open the Lower Inverter cover. 301127a Remove the jammed paper. Ensure that there are no pieces of torn paper remaining in the Lower Inverter. 301116a Close the Lower Inverter cover. 301117a Xerox DocuColor 2006 24-25...
  • Page 474: Clearing Jams In The Sorter/Stacker

    Lift the green handle and gently remove any sheets that are jammed in the output area. Close the Jam Clearance Cover. Continue to follow the messages that display in the copier and printer control panels and clear any additional jams that have occurred in the DocuColor 2006. 24-26 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 475: Copy/Print Quality Problems

    Copy/print quality problems 24. Problem Solving Copy/print quality problems If the problem still exists after following the instructions in this table, call your supplier or Xerox for service. Description Possible Cause Action Faded print/copy Printer out of adjustment Go to Adjusting the color this section.
  • Page 476 Document Feeder procedure in the Accessories section. Go to the Adjusting the The color is too light or too Color is out of adjustment. dark. color procedure in this section. 24-28 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 477: Adjusting The Color

    Black End, and draw a circle around it. If you cannot see any circle in the row, write 9 next to the row. If you see all the circles in a row, write 0 next to the row. Xerox DocuColor 2006 24-29...
  • Page 478 Perform step 8 again until you are able to select circles within the desired 1 to 8 range. 10. When all the values are entered and accepted by VisualCal, PRINT GRAYS YES is displayed on the Control Panel. 24-30 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 479: Gray Balance Page

    If you enter 0, PRINT COLOR TEST YES appears on the Control Panel. Press the Item/Enter button and, after a moment, the Comparison Page is delivered to the output tray. Go to part 3 Comparison Page. Xerox DocuColor 2006 24-31...
  • Page 480: Comparison Page

    Press the Item/Enter button again. The system erases your adjustments and returns to the color default settings. After a moment READY is displayed. To adjust the Scanner Color, refer to the section Auto Color Adjust in the Tools Mode chapter. 24-32 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 481: Printer Error Messages

    Close the Area 2 access cover. is open. Close Area 3 The Area 3 access cover Close the Area 3 access cover. is open. Close Area 4 The Area 4 access cover Close the Area 4 access cover. is open. Xerox DocuColor 2006 24-33...
  • Page 482 The Yellow Dry Ink Replace the Yellow Dry Ink Cartridge Cartridge is empty Cartridge. Load [stock size] in Tray 1 is low on the Fill the Paper Tray with the Tray 1 specified stock. appropriate stock. 24-34 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 483 [stock type] in empty. appropriate stock. Bypass Tray Replace Copy/Print The Copy/Print Cartridge Replace Copy/Print Cartridge. Cartridge has failed. Yellow Ink Low The Yellow Dry Ink When prompted, replace the Yellow Cartridge is low. Dry Ink Cartridge. Xerox DocuColor 2006 24-35...
  • Page 484 24. Problem Solving Printer Error messages 24-36 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 485: Printer Error Codes

    Switch OFF the Scanner power switch. Wait 20 seconds. Switch ON the Scanner power switch. • If the problem is resolved, resume printing. • If the problem is not resolved, call your service representative and report the error code. Xerox DocuColor 2006 24-37...
  • Page 486 24. Problem Solving Printer Error Codes 24-38 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 487: Scanner Error Messages

    Switch OFF the Scanner power switch. Wait 20 seconds. Switch ON the Scanner power switch. • If the problem is resolved, resume printing or copying. • If the problem is not resolved, call your service representative and report the error code. Xerox DocuColor 2006 24-39...
  • Page 488 24. Problem Solving Scanner Error messages 24-40 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 489: Sorter/Stacker Messages

    Invalid for Sort. The selections (such as paper size) you made for the job are not valid for sorting. Redirect the job to the top tray or change the selections so the job may be sent for sorting. Xerox DocuColor 2006 24-41...
  • Page 490 Bin capacity has been reached. Remove the sheets from the bins and continue copying Stacker is full. Bin capacity has been reached in the high capacity bin. Remove the sheets from the high capacity bin and continue copying. 24-42 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 491: Network Problem Solving

    Either the print driver is Check the settings on the not installed or a server host server. has not been correctly set up. Xerox DocuColor 2006 24-43...
  • Page 492: Network Protocol Setup Messages

    DocuColor 2006 tries to bind. When this occurs, the network number defaults to zero. Can’t detect Token Frame Type selection The Printer queries the Token Ring hardware. (Network Protocol Ring hardware. Either some 24-44 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 493 Press the Menu key or select OK and No when the message appears to avoid deleting the bindery settings. Continued… Repeat NDS Setup without changing the NDS Tree, or exit to Bindery Setup to review the current bindery settings. Xerox DocuColor 2006 24-45...
  • Page 494 No file server is View Server List, Edit No file server has been added selected. Connection in Bindery Setup. (Network Setup> Service Setup>PServer Setup> Bindery Setup) All connections Add File Server You have added the maximum 24-46 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 495 If the action cannot be completed, you are prompted to notify the Novell administrator to troubleshoot the error on the network. Consult NetWare Administrator documentation for further explanation of Novell error codes. Xerox DocuColor 2006 24-47...
  • Page 496: Novell Problems During Network Setup

    DocuColor 2006. You have the appropriate permissions and login information, including user name and password, if necessary. The DocuColor 2006 is configured with the correct frame types for communication with the desired Novell servers. 24-48 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 497: Novell Error Messages

    This error occurs while menu File server is down the server is trying to or out of connect to the connections. requested file server. Indicates other network Notify the Novell Administrator errors when the and report the error number. Xerox DocuColor 2006 24-49...
  • Page 498 Error #197 indicates that you have exceeded the number of login attempts permitted for this account on the NetWare file server. Error #255 usually indicates a hard failure. 24-50 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 499: Runtime Printer Error Messages

    Fiery utilities Printer Setup—the appropriate network protocol must be enabled, with the correct parameters (for example, TCP/IP, the IP address, etc.) and you must have published either the Print queue or the Hold queue. Continued… Xerox DocuColor 2006 24-51...
  • Page 500 Network Problem Solving Message Description and action Check these settings quickly by printing a Configuration page. At the client workstation, ensure that the appropriate network protocols are loaded, and that the Windows directory contains a configured Efinl.ini file. 24-52 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 501: Name Table

    _hold English) Add New Server New Device Utilities are not Printer name dialog box, when supported over configuring a IPX/SPX. Fiery utility Server Name Utilities are not DNS name supported over (TCP/IP host IPX/SPX. name) Xerox DocuColor 2006 24-53...
  • Page 502: Printing Problems

    To check the current configuration, launch a Fiery utility and select Open from the File menu. Select the Printer and Modify to see current settings. If the settings are incorrect, you can change them in this dialog box. 24-54 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 503: On A Mac Os Workstation

    If you have any applications running, you must quit and relaunch them in order to view and use the newly installed fonts. Alternately, you can try combining fonts from multiple suitcases into a single suitcase. Xerox DocuColor 2006 24-55...
  • Page 504: General Printing Problems

    Functions menu? If the administrator or operator has selected Suspend Printing on the Printer Control Panel to interrupt printing, your print job will not resume until someone selects Resume Printing from the Functions menu on 24-56 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 505 Ignore EOF Character setting on the Printer Control Panel. f you are printing in ASCII format PostScript only, set Ignore EOF Character to No; if you are printing in Binary format PostScript, set it to Yes. Continued… Xerox DocuColor 2006 24-57...
  • Page 506 Windows documentation. You cannot print with Quark Remove the file called Balloon Help XPress 3.32 using the PSPrinter from your Quark XPress application 8.5.1 driver on a Mac OS folder and relaunch Quark XPress. workstation. 24-58 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 507: Problems With Print Quality

    Printer is working properly, correct the problem within your application software. If the test page is wrong, your Printer may need to be calibrated or adjusted in some other way. Xerox DocuColor 2006 24-59...
  • Page 508 With Combine Separations Off, the low-resolution master file will print. QuickDraw fill patterns print as Use the Adobe PostScript Printer driver solids. (or the Apple LaserWriter 8.3 or later Printer driver. 24-60 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 509: Job Management Problem Solving

    Print/Copy Cartrdg. misplaced The print/copy cartridge is not correctly placed in the Printer. Check the cartridge and reinstall it as necessary. Print/Copy Cartrdg. type mismatched The print/copy cartridge installed is not the correct cartridge. Remove the Xerox DocuColor 2006 24-61...
  • Page 510 Warming Up . . . This is a normal status message. The print engine is powering up. It will be ready for printing in a few minutes. 24-62 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 511: Unexpected Printing Results

    Printer. Users can load fonts, provided the Direct connection is enabled. For more information, go to the chapter Using the Fiery WebTools. Xerox DocuColor 2006 24-63...
  • Page 512: Clearing The Printer

    (Novell) Setup to reflect the new configuration. Mac OS users may fail to see the DocuColor 2006 if a system administrator has assigned it to a different zone, or has added zones where previously there were none. 24-64 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 513: Maintenance

    Maintenance Cleaning procedures This section contains the recommended cleaning procedures for the Xerox DocuColor 2006. Cleaning the Printer covers The Printer does not require cleaning. However, if you wish to clean the outside covers, perform the following procedure. WARNING Always switch off the power and disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet in order to avoid an electrical shock when cleaning the DocuColor 2006.
  • Page 514: Cleaning The Scanner

    Moisten a clean, soft cloth with water and wipe the glass. Wipe dry with a clean, dry, soft cloth. 301265a Moisten another clean, soft cloth with water and wipe the white area under the Document Glass Cover. Wipe dry with a clean, dry, soft cloth. 301146a 25-2 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 515: Cleaning The Document Feeder

    When the visible area is clean, grasp the top and bottom edges of the feed belt and carefully pull it in the right-hand direction. 0301258A - W O L Clean the new area. Repeat step 3 until the entire belt is clean. 25-3 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 516 25. Maintenance Cleaning procedures Close the Document Feeder Cover. Open the jam access cover. 301270a Clean the feed rollers as shown. 301259a Close the access cover. 25-4 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 517: Replacing The Dry Ink Cartridges

    Dry Ink Cartridge is displayed on the Control Panel. Open the Printer Front Cover. 301034B-WOL If the cartridge to be replace is not visible in the opening perform the following steps: Press the Anti-rotation button. 0 301027C-WOL Xerox DocuColor 2006 25-5...
  • Page 518 DO NOT attempt to use old cartridges, as they could cause print quality problems. NEVER dispose of old dry ink cartridges in an open flame. Dry Ink is flammable and could explode, causing burns and other injuries. 25-6 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 519 Ensure that the arrow on the cartridge can be seen on the top, and insert the cartridge into the Printer as far as it will go. 301041c CAUTION If the cartridge is not all the way into the Printer, the knob cannot be turned to the next position. Xerox DocuColor 2006 25-7...
  • Page 520 If the knob can be rotated to the next cartridge, you have successfully installed the new cartridge. If required, repeat the procedure for any other Dry Ink Cartridges that need replacing. 10. When all the Dry Ink Cartridge replacements have been completed, close the Printer Front Cover. 301077b 25-8 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 521: Replacing The Copy/Print Cartridge

    Copy Print Cartridge. Open the Front Cover of the Printer. 301034B-WOL Rotate the yellow lever A in the direction of the arrow, until the dot is aligned with the Unlocked symbol. 301044 Xerox DocuColor 2006 25-9...
  • Page 522 Cartridge and pull it slowly toward you. DO NOT remove it from the Printer at this time. 0301120A- W O L Grasping the handle, remove the cartridge from the Printer. Ensure that the cartridge remains level. 0301121A- W O L 25-10 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 523 DO NOT touch the blue surface of the drum. If the drum is scratched, or contaminated with oil from your hand, the output can be degraded. Hold the cartridge by the handle. While keeping the cartridge level, remove the protective foam wrap. 301036c Xerox DocuColor 2006 25-11...
  • Page 524 11. Rotate lever B in the direction of the arrow until the dot is aligned with the Locked symbol. 301038b If lever B will not move to the Locked position, ensure that the cartridge is all the way into the machine. 25-12 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 525 25. Maintenance 12. Rotate lever A in the direction of the arrow until the dot is aligned with the Locked symbol. 301039b 13. Close the Printer Front Cover and switch on the DocuColor 2006 power. 301077b Xerox DocuColor 2006 25-13...
  • Page 526 25. Maintenance Replacing the Copy/Print Cartridge 25-14 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 527: Replacing The Dry Ink Waste Container

    0301122A- W O L Open the Printer Front Cover. 301034B-WOL Grasp the Waste Container handle, and pinch and hold the lever as shown below. Keeping the container level, pull it out of the Printer. 0301123A- W O L Xerox DocuColor 2006 25-15...
  • Page 528 DO NOT dispose of used Waste Containers in an open flame. Used Dry Ink could explode and cause burns. Push the new Waste Container into the Printer until it clicks into place. Close the Front Cover. 301077b 25-16 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 529: Storing The Supplies

    If moving Dry Ink from a cold area to a warm area, allow at least one hour for the cartridge temperature to equalize. If condensation occurs, wait for 12 hours before installing the cartridge in the Printer. Xerox DocuColor 2006 25-17...
  • Page 530: Copy/Print Cartridge

    Do not allow direct sunlight to strike the drum surface. • Do not attempt to reuse the Dry Ink collected in the waste container. • Always keep the Copy/Print Cartridge level. • Do not shake or tilt the cartridge. 25-18 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 531: Technical Data

    250 sheets Paper Tray 1 inches, 12 x 18 inches Tray Module: B4, B5, A3, A4. Letter, Legal, 11 x 17 500 sheets Paper Tray 2 inches, 12 x 18 inches per tray Paper Tray 3 Xerox DocuColor 2006 26-1...
  • Page 532 *with the Document Input Tray and the Side Output Tray retracted Scanner: 587 mm wide x 699 mm deep x 110 mm high Weight ....Printer: 153 pounds, 69.5 kilograms Scanner: 77 pounds, 35 kilograms Scanner Stand: 77 pounds, 35 kilograms Document Feeder: 24 pounds, 11 kilograms 26-2 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 533: Electrical Specifications

    0.01 ppm (parts per million). Dust = In accordance with the BAM (RAL-UZ 85) standard, the DocuColor does not emit more than 0.150 mg/m concentration of dust. BTUs = 4781 per hour Xerox DocuColor 2006 26-3...
  • Page 534: Interface Specifications

    Description Number Description 006R90307 1Black Dry Ink 006R90310 1 Yellow Dry Ink Cartridge Cartridge 006R90308 1 Cyan Dry Ink 013R90140 1 Print/Copy Cartridge Cartridge 006R90309 1 Magenta Dry Ink 008R12571 1 Dry Ink Waste Cartridge Container 26-4 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 535: Fiery Server Hardware Components

    Scanner For IEEE1394 card 32-bit PCI Token Ring (option) 64-bit PCI External Ports Video connector For copier/printer engine SCSI-II Serial RS422 for EPSV (TBD) RJ-45 Ethernet 10/100 BaseT Parallel (in) IEEE 1284 Type B Parallel (out) Xerox DocuColor 2006 26-5...
  • Page 536: Font List

    Antique Olive Roman, Bold AntiqueOlive-Italic Antique Olive Italic Antique Olive Roman, Italic AntiqueOlive-Compact Antique Olive Compact Antique Olive Compact Arial-BoldItalicMT Arial Bold Italic Arial, Bold Italic Arial-BoldMT Arial Bold Arial, Bold Arial-ItalicMT Arial Italic Arial, Italic 26-6 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 537 Clarendon Light Clarendon Clarendon Clarendon Clarendon-Bold Clarendon Bold Clarendon, Bold CooperBlack Cooper Black Cooper Black CooperBlack-Italic Cooper Black Italic Cooper Black, Italic Copperplate- Copperplate33bc Copperplate33bc ThirtyThreeBC Copperplate- Copperplate32bc Copperplate32bc ThirtyTwoBC Coronet-Regular Coronet Coronet Courier Courier Courier Xerox DocuColor 2006 26-7...
  • Page 538 Goudy Bold Italic Goudy-ExtraBold Goudy ExtraBold Goudy, ExtraBold Helvetica Helvetica Helvetica Helvetica-Bold Helvetica Bold Helvetica, Bold Helvetica-Oblique Helvetica Oblique Helvetica, Italic Helvetica-BoldOblique Helvetica BoldOblique Helvetica, Bold Italic Helvetica-Narrow Helvetica Narrow Helvetica-Narrow Helvetica-Narrow-Bold Helvetica Narrow Bold Helvetica Narrow, Bold 26-8 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 539 Lubalin Graph, Italic BookOblique BookOblique LubalinGraph- Lubalin Graph Lubalin Graph, Bold Italic DemiOblique DemiOblique Marigold Marigold Marigold MonaLisa-Recut Mona Lisa Recut Mona Lisa Recut NewCenturySchlbk- New Century Schlbk NewCenturySchlbk Roman NewCenturySchlbk-Bold New Century Schlbk Bd NewCenturySchlbk, Bold Xerox DocuColor 2006 26-9...
  • Page 540 Times Bold Times, Bold Times-Italic Times Italic Times, Italic Times-BoldItalic Times BoldItalic Times, Bold Italic TimesNewRomanPS- Times New Roman Bold Times New Roman, Bold BoldMT TimesNewRomanPS- Times New Roman Bold Times New Roman, Bold BoldItalicMT Italic Italic 26-10 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 541 CondensedBold CondensedLight, Bold Univers- Univers 67 Univers 47 CondensedBoldOblique CondensedBoldObl CondensedLight, Bold Italic Univers-Condensed Univers 57 Condensed Univers 57 Condensed Univers- Univers 57 Univers 57 Condensed, CondensedOblique CondensedOblique Italic ZapfChancery- ZapfChancery ZapfChancery MediumItalic ZapfDingbats ZapfDingbats ZapfDingbats Xerox DocuColor 2006 26-11...
  • Page 542: Postscript Truetype Fonts

    Hoefler Text Black Hoefler Text Black HoeflerText-BlackItalic Hoefler Text Black Hoefler Text Black, Italic HoeflerText-Italic Hoefler Text Hoefler Text, Italic HoeflerText-Regular Hoefler Text Hoefler Text Monaco Monaco Monaco New York New York New York Wingdings-Regular Wingdings Wingdings 26-12 Xerox DocuColor 2006...
  • Page 543: Pcl Printer Fonts

    Times New Roman, Times New Roman Bold, Times New Roman Italic, Times New Roman Bold Italic • Univers Medium, Univers Bold, Univers Medium Italic, Univers Bold Italic, Univers Medium Condensed, Univers Bold Condensed, Univers Medium Condensed Italic, Univers Bold Condensed Italic • Wingdings Xerox DocuColor 2006 26-13...