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Copying Guide
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  • Page 1 Copying Guide Copying Guide Please read this guide before operating this equipment. After you finish reading this guide, store it in a safe place for future reference.
  • Page 2 imageRUNNER 3320i/2220i 3320N/2220N 3320G Copying Guide...
  • Page 3: Manuals For The Machine

    Manuals for the Machine The manuals for this machine are divided as follows. Please refer to them for detailed information. The manuals supplied with optional equipment are included in the list below. Depending on the system configuration and product purchased, some manuals may not be needed. Guides with this symbol are PDF manuals included on the Guides with this symbol are printed manuals.
  • Page 4 • Installing MEAP Applications and MEAP SMS Administrator Using the Login Service CD-ROM Guide The machine illustration on the cover may differ slightly from your machine.
  • Page 5: How This Manual Is Organized

    Includes the combination of functions chart and index. A considerable effort has been made to make sure that this manual is free of inaccuracies and omissions. However, as we are constantly improving our products, if you need an exact specification, please contact Canon.
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Contents Preface ............viii How to Use This Manual .
  • Page 7 Making Copies with the Same XY Copy Ratio (Zoom) ....1-49 Making Copies with Different XY Copy Ratios (XY Zoom) ... 1-51 Reducing/Enlarging Originals by Setting X and Y Axes Independently (XY Zoom) .
  • Page 8 Recalling Copy Settings......... 2-66 Erasing Copy Settings .
  • Page 9: Preface

    Preface Thank you for purchasing the Canon imageRUNNER 3320i/2220i, imageRUNNER 3320N/ 2220N or imageRUNNER 3320G. Please read this manual thoroughly before operating the machine in order to familiarize yourself with its capabilities, and to make the most of its many functions.
  • Page 10: Displays Used In This Manual

    Displays Used in This Manual Screen shots of the touch panel display used in this manual are those taken when the Image Reader-B1, Super G3 Fax Board, Finisher-J1, and Cassette Feeding Unit-W1 are attached to the imageRUNNER 3320i. Note that functions that cannot be used depending on the model or options, are not displayed on the touch panel display.
  • Page 11: Legal Notices

    No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and recording, or by any information storage or retrieval system without the prior written permission of Canon Inc. Disclaimers The information in this document is subject to change without notice.
  • Page 12: Basic Copying

    Basic Copying CHAPTER This chapter is an introduction to the Copy function. What This Machine Can Do ..........1-3 Various Copying Features .
  • Page 13 1. Basic Copying Making Two-Sided Copies from Facing Pages in a Book (Book 2-Sided) ....1-85 Reserved Copying ........... . . 1-89 Interrupt Mode .
  • Page 14: What This Machine Can Do

    What This Machine Can Do Most operations of this machine are done from the touch panel display. To use the Copy function of this machine, press the appropriate keys in accordance with the messages displayed on the touch panel display. IMPORTANT •...
  • Page 15 ©p. 1-39 Press to make copies at a different copy ratio. When you select [Collate (Page order)] © p. 1-60 R E P O R T R E P O R T R E P O R T Press to select the Collate, Group, or R E P O R T Staple Collate modes.
  • Page 16 © p. 1-91 Press to interrupt a copy job when you need to make priority copies. © Chapter 2 Press to select the Special Features mode. ©The Reference Guide Press to check the progress of a copy job, change the order of printing, or cancel printing.
  • Page 17 When you select [Front Cover] © p. 2-5 R E P O R T R E P O R T Press to add covers, sheet insertions, or chapter pages between specified pages. © p. 2-13 Press to make copies of several originals to form a booklet.
  • Page 18 When you select [Original Frame Erase] © p. 2-30 Original Frame Erase Mode Press to select the Frame Erase mode. This mode enables you to eliminate dark borders and lines that appear around original images, or shadows from binding holes. Original Frame Erase Mode Not Selected When you select [2 On 1]...
  • Page 19 © p. 2-55 Press to divide the originals into several parts, scan them, and subsequently print them all together. This is convenient when you cannot place all of the originals that you want to copy at one time. © p. 2-59 Press to notify the user through e-mail that the copy job is complete.
  • Page 20 © p. 2-73 CITY CITY Press to copy an original with the image repeated in the vertical or CITY horizontal direction. © p. 2-77 Press to copy an original with the image reversed, as if it were a reflection in a mirror. ©...
  • Page 21: Flow Of Copy Operations

    Flow of Copy Operations This section describes the flow of basic copy operations. NOTE For the following items, see the Reference Guide: - Main Power and Control Panel Power (See Chapter 1, “Before You Start Using This Machine,” in the Reference Guide.) - Routine Maintenance (See Chapter 5, “Routine Maintenance,”...
  • Page 22 NOTE For instructions on using the control card, see Chapter 7, “Optional Equipment,” in the Reference Guide. G If the message <Enter the Dept. ID and Password using the numeric keys.> appears: ❑ Press [Dept. ID] © enter the Department ID using (numeric keys).
  • Page 23 NOTE • For instructions on placing originals, see Chapter 1, “Before You Start Using This Machine,” in the Reference Guide. • If Auto Collate is set to ‘On’, the Collate mode or the Offset Collate mode is automatically set when the original is placed in the feeder. (See “Setting Automatic Collate,”...
  • Page 24 For more information on the other available functions on the Special Features screen, see Chapter 2, “Additional Copy Functions.” Enter the copy quantity. Clear Reset Guide Additional Functions OPER NOTE For instructions on setting the number of copies, see “Entering the Copy Quantity,” on p.
  • Page 25 NOTE • If there is a current job, the machine scans the original, and waits to print it. Printing starts when the current job is complete. • When the copy has been made, remove it from the output tray. • If the Card Reader-C1 (optional) is attached, remove the control card.
  • Page 26 G If you want to copy a different original while a previous original is printing: ❑ Press [Done] © place the new originals © press (Start). NOTE For instructions on reserving a copy job, see “Reserved Copying,” on p. 1-89. G If you want to stop a copy job: ❑...
  • Page 27 G If you want to interrupt a copy job: ❑ To interrupt a copy job when you need to make priority copies, press [Interrupt]. NOTE For instructions on interrupting a copy job, see “Interrupt Mode,” on p. 1-91. When copying is complete, remove your originals. 1-16 Flow of Copy Operations...
  • Page 28: Entering The Copy Quantity

    Entering the Copy Quantity You can make up to 999 copies for each copy job. However, this maximum number of copies can also be changed. For details, contact your local authorized Canon dealer. Specifying the Required Number of Copies Press (numeric keys) to enter the desired copy quantity (1 to 999).
  • Page 29: Changing The Copy Quantity

    Changing the Copy Quantity Press (Clear) to clear the entered number. Clear eset Start uide al Functions OPER Press (numeric keys) to enter the desired copy quantity (1 to 999). The copy quantity appears in the upper right side of the touch panel display. IMPORTANT You cannot change the copy quantity during copying.
  • Page 30: Selecting An Output Device (select Output Device)

    Selecting an Output Device (Select Output Device) If a remote copy printer is connected to a network, this machine and a remote copy printer can be used for copying. For example, the original scanned by this machine can be printed by the remote copy printer independently (remote copying) or simultaneously (cascade copying).
  • Page 31 Job/Print monitor area of the touch panel display of this machine and the remote copy printer. • If you experience any problems when using the Remote or Cascade Copy modes, contact your local authorized Canon dealer. 1-20 Selecting an Output Device (Select Output Device)
  • Page 32: Selecting A Printing Destination; Giving Priority To The Copy Mode

    Selecting a Printing Destination; Giving Priority to the Copy Mode Use this procedure for selecting copy settings before selecting a remote copying device. You can select only a remote copy printer that supports the selected copy settings. Place your originals © select a copy mode © press [Select Output Device].
  • Page 33 To use the machine for cascade copying, press [Cascade Copy], and decide whether to execute Error Recovery. [On]: Assigns the remaining copy jobs to the printer that is operating normally if an error occurs in either this machine or the remote copy printer. [Off]: Does not assign the remaining pages of a copy job to another printer if an error occurs in either this machine or the remote copy printer.
  • Page 34 NOTE • You must select a remote copy printer that supports the selected copy settings. The printers that do not support the selected settings are shown, but are grayed out. Even if the remote copy printer supports the Copy mode, and if you select settings other than Collate and Group, you can select only a remote copy printer equipped with the same finisher as the original copy machine.
  • Page 35: Selecting A Printing Destination; Giving Priority To The Output Device

    Selecting a Printing Destination; Giving Priority to the Output Device Use this procedure to select an output device for remote copying, before you select the copy settings. The available copy settings will include only those settings supported by the machines you have selected. Place your originals ©...
  • Page 36 To use the machine for cascade copying, press [Cascade Copy], and decide whether to execute Error Recovery. [On]: Assigns the remaining copy jobs to the printer that is operating normally if an error occurs in either this machine or the remote copy printer. [Off]: Does not assign the remaining page of a copy job to another printer if an error occurs in either this machine or the remote copy printer.
  • Page 37 NOTE • It is impossible to select two different machines other than your own for cascade copying. You must include your own machine as one of the output devices. • If Error Recovery for Cascade Copy is set to 'On', the remaining copy job is not processed in the following cases: - The machine is scanning originals for the Cascade Copy mode.
  • Page 38: Selecting The Copy Paper Size (paper Select)

    Selecting the Copy Paper Size (Paper Select) You can set the machine to automatically select the paper size, or you can manually specify a paper size for a copy job. NOTE • When copying an original onto the same size paper at a copy ratio of 100%, the periphery of the original may be cut off slightly on the copy.
  • Page 39: Automatic Paper Selection

    Automatic Paper Selection Once you place your original on the platen glass or in the feeder, the machine automatically selects the appropriate paper size for copying. IMPORTANT • When the machine is operating in the Automatic Paper Selection mode, you cannot use the Auto Copy Ratio, Auto XY Zoom, Saddle Stitch, Image Combination, Image Separation, Booklet, or Image Repeat (Auto) modes.
  • Page 40 Press [Auto] © [Done]. The following screen is displayed. Press (Start). Copying starts. Selecting the Copy Paper Size (Paper Select) 1-29...
  • Page 41: Manual Paper Selection

    Manual Paper Selection You can make copies after manually selecting the paper size and type of paper (such as color or recycled) that is loaded in a paper drawer. NOTE The default setting is ‘Auto’. Place your originals © press [Paper Select]. Select the desired paper size.
  • Page 42 Saddle Finisher-G1, Cassette Feeding Unit-W1, and Paper Deck-L1 are attached. To select the stack bypass for the current job, or to reserve the stack bypass for a reserved job, press [Stack Bypass Settings]. NOTE • The paper sizes are displayed in the order in which they are loaded in the paper drawers.
  • Page 43 NOTE • When placing paper other than a standard size, press [Free Size]. • When loading envelopes, press [Envelope]. • To select an A or B series paper size, press [A/B-size]. ❑ Select the paper type © press [OK]. Press [Done]. The display returns to the Copy Basic Features screen, and the selected paper size and type are displayed.
  • Page 44: Adjusting Exposure And Image Quality (copy Exposure)

    Adjusting Exposure and Image Quality (Copy Exposure) The exposure and image quality can be adjusted when the original is scanned. NOTE You can also change the exposure while printing. (See “Changing the Exposure while Printing,” on p. 1-38.) Copy Exposure Adjustment Use this procedure to manually adjust the copy exposure to the most appropriate level for the original.
  • Page 45: Selecting The Image Quality

    Selecting the Image Quality You can adjust image quality to the level best suited for the quality of text or photo originals. The following three modes are available for adjusting the image quality: Text Mode Text/Photo Mode Photo Mode The world’s coral reefs, where The world’s coral reefs, where brilliantly colored fish and a myriad brilliantly colored fish and a myriad...
  • Page 46 Place your originals © press the original type drop-down list © select the type of originals ([Text], [Text/Photo], or [Photo]). Original Type NOTE When the Photo Mode in Copy Settings is set to ‘On’, you can select [Printed Image] or [Photo]. (See “Setting the Photo Mode,” on p. 3-14.) Adjusting Exposure and Image Quality (Copy Exposure) 1-35...
  • Page 47 Press [ ] or [ ] to adjust the copy exposure. Press [ ] to move the indicator to the left to make the exposure lighter, or press ] to move it to the right to make the exposure darker. Press (Start).
  • Page 48: Automatic Exposure And Image Quality Adjustment

    Automatic Exposure and Image Quality Adjustment Place your originals © press [A]. The exposure is automatically adjusted to the level best suited to the quality of the original. NOTE If the original is a transparency, you may not be able to use the Automatic Exposure Control.
  • Page 49: Changing The Exposure While Printing

    Changing the Exposure while Printing The copy exposure can be changed while printing. Press [ ] or [ ] on the pop-up screen displayed while printing. Press [ ] to move the indicator to the left to make the exposure lighter, or press ] to move it to the right to make the exposure darker.
  • Page 50: Changing The Copy Ratio (copy Ratio)

    Changing the Copy Ratio (Copy Ratio) You can set the machine to adjust the copy ratio automatically, or you can manually specify the copy ratio for a copy job. Enlarging/Reducing Originals to a Standard Size (Preset Zoom) You can enlarge or reduce standard sized originals to a different standard paper size.
  • Page 51 Place your originals © press [Paper Select]. Press [Auto] © [Done]. The display returns to the Copy Basic Features screen. NOTE The default setting is ‘Auto’. 1-40 Changing the Copy Ratio (Copy Ratio)
  • Page 52 Press [Copy Ratio]. To reduce, select a preset reduction ratio. To enlarge, select a preset enlargement ratio. Following your selection, press [Done]. Reduction Ratio Enlargement Ratio The display returns to the Copy Basic Features screen, and the selected copy ratio is displayed. Press (Start).
  • Page 53: Specifying The Copy Ratio By Percentage (zoom Designation)

    Specifying the Copy Ratio by Percentage (Zoom Designation) You can reduce or enlarge images by any copy ratio, in 1% increments. The available copy ratios are from 25% to 800% when the original is placed on the platen glass, and from 25% to 400% when the original is placed in the feeder. Original Copy CITY...
  • Page 54 Set the copy ratio by pressing [–] or [+] © press [Done]. You can also enter values using (numeric keys). If you enter the value using (numeric keys), you can change the entered value by pressing [–] or [+]. If you enter a value outside the setting range, a message prompting you to enter the appropriate value appears on the screen.
  • Page 55: Automatically Setting The Copy Ratio Based On The Original And Copy Paper Sizes (auto)

    Automatically Setting the Copy Ratio Based on the Original and Copy Paper Sizes (Auto) The machine automatically selects the appropriate copy ratio based on the size of the originals and the selected copy paper. The available copy ratios are from 25% to 800% when the original is placed on the platen glass, and from 25% to 400% when the original is placed in the feeder.
  • Page 56 Place your originals © press [Paper Select]. Select the desired paper size © press [Done]. The display returns to the Copy Basic Features screen. IMPORTANT Select a paper size other than [Auto]. If you select [Auto], the copy ratio will automatically be set to match the paper size loaded in paper drawer 1.
  • Page 57 Press [Copy Ratio]. Press [Auto] © [Done]. The display returns to the Copy Basic Features screen, and the copy ratio generated by the machine is displayed. Press (Start). Copying starts. NOTE • To return the copy ratio to 100%, press [Direct]. To cancel this setting, press [Copy Ratio] ©...
  • Page 58: Entire Image

    Entire Image When copying an original onto the same size paper at a copy ratio of 100%, the original image may be trimmed slightly on the copy. However, if you set the Entire Image mode, the copied image is slightly reduced proportionately to the paper and image size.
  • Page 59: Reducing/enlarging Using The Original And Copy Paper Sizes

    Press (Start). Copying starts. NOTE To cancel this setting, press [Copy Ratio] © [Entire Image]. • • To cancel all settings and return the machine to the Standard mode, press (Reset). • Also, the Center Shift mode is automatically set when you set the Entire Image mode.
  • Page 60: Making Copies With The Same Xy Copy Ratio (zoom)

    Original Copy Y = 4 3/4" (120 mm) Y = 5 1/2" (140 mm) X = 3 1/8" (80 mm) X = 4" (100 mm) Making Copies with the Same XY Copy Ratio (Zoom) Place your originals © press [Copy Ratio]. Changing the Copy Ratio (Copy Ratio) 1-49...
  • Page 61 Press [Zoom Program]. Use the numeric keys on the touch panel display to enter values for the original size and copy size. ❑ Press [Original Size] © enter a value. ❑ Press [Copy Size] © enter a value. ❑ Press [OK]. You can enter either the width or the length of the original size.
  • Page 62: Making Copies With Different Xy Copy Ratios (xy Zoom)

    If the zoom ratio is less than 25%, a message appears telling you that the ratio will be adjusted to 25%. If it is greater than 800%, a message appears telling you that the ratio will be adjusted to 800%. The display returns to the Copy Basic Features screen, and the copy ratio generated by the machine is displayed.
  • Page 63 Press [Zoom Program]. Press [XY Zoom]. 1-52 Changing the Copy Ratio (Copy Ratio)
  • Page 64 Use the numeric keys on the touch panel display to enter values for the original size and copy size. ❑ Press [X] (horizontal axis) for Original Size © enter a value. ❑ Press [Y] (vertical axis) for Original Size © enter a value. ❑...
  • Page 65 NOTE • If you make a mistake when entering values, press [C] on the touch panel display © enter the correct values. • To specify the same values for the X and Y axes, press [Zoom]. • If you want to enter values in millimeters, press [mm]. •...
  • Page 66: Reducing/enlarging Originals By Setting X And Y Axes Independently

    Reducing/Enlarging Originals by Setting X and Y Axes Independently (XY Zoom) If you set the XY Zoom mode, you can make enlarged or reduced copies with different XY copy ratios. The available copy ratios are from 25% to 800% when the original is placed on the platen glass, and from 25% to 400% when the original is placed in the feeder.
  • Page 67 I Automatically Specifying the Copy Ratio (Auto XY Zoom) : The XY copy ratio is automatically set to suit the size of the selected paper. Original Copy LTRR Selected LTRR IMPORTANT • You cannot set the Auto XY Zoom mode in combination with the Image Repeat (Auto) mode.
  • Page 68 Place your originals © press [Copy Ratio]. Press [XY Zoom]. Changing the Copy Ratio (Copy Ratio) 1-57...
  • Page 69 Specify the desired copy ratios. G To manually specify the copy ratios (XY Zoom): ❑ Use the numeric keys or press [–] or [+] on the touch panel display to enter values. ❑ Press [X] (horizontal axis) © enter a value. ❑...
  • Page 70 IMPORTANT If you select [Auto XY Zoom], select a paper size other than [Auto]. If you do not specify a paper size, the copy ratio is automatically set to the size of the paper loaded in paper drawer 1. NOTE If you select [Auto XY Zoom], <X: Auto%>...
  • Page 71: Collating Copies (finisher)

    Collating Copies (Finisher) The Finisher mode can be selected to collate copies in various ways, either by pages or copy sets. The copied paper is output face down. NOTE • When envelopes, tracing paper, transparencies, or labels are selected, the Finisher functions cannot be set.
  • Page 72 I If the Collate Mode Is Set: The copies are automatically collated into sets arranged in page order. The output is as follows: Originals Copy Set 1 Copy Set 2 Copy Set 3 Three Copies of Each Page Collated in Page Order I If the Group Mode Is Set: All copies of the same original page are automatically collated and grouped together.
  • Page 73 • If you select [Double] (Left Staple): Originals Copy Set 1 Copy Set 2 Copy Set 3 Three Copies of Each Page Collated in Page Order • If you select [Saddle Stitch]: Originals Copy Set 1 Copy Set 2 Copy Set 3 Three Copies of Each Page Collated in Page Order...
  • Page 74 I If No Finisher Mode Is Set: If the Collate, Group, and Staple modes are not set, copies are output as shown below. Originals Copies I If the Hole Punch Mode Is Set: The machine punches two or three holes in the copied sheets. The example below illustrates punched holes in LTR paper: Originals Copies...
  • Page 75: Collating Copies Into Sets In Page Order (collate)

    Collating Copies into Sets in Page Order (Collate) Place your originals in the feeder © press [Finisher]. NOTE If Auto Collate is set to ‘On’, the Collate mode or Offset Collate mode is automatically set when you place the originals in the feeder. (See “Setting Automatic Collate,”...
  • Page 76 Saddle Finisher-G1 and Puncher Unit-K1 (optional) are attached, and Tray A exit slot is selected. Saddle Finisher-G1 and Puncher Unit-K1 (optional) are attached, and Tray A exit slot is not selected. Finisher (optional) is not attached, or when only Inner 2way Tray-A1 is attached. Collating Copies (Finisher) 1-65...
  • Page 77 When you want hole punches made, press [Hole Punch]. G If you select [Rotate]: ❑ Press [Next] © select [Auto], [LTR], [LTRR], [STMT], or [STMTR] paper. IMPORTANT [Rotate] can only be selected in the following cases: - When the available paper size is selected manually - When the available paper size is loaded in both the horizontal and vertical directions - The selected paper source must have Drawer Eligibility for APS/ADS set to ‘On’.
  • Page 78: Collating Copies Into Groups Of The Same Page (group)

    Collating Copies into Groups of the Same Page (Group) Place your originals in the feeder © press [Finisher]. NOTE If Auto Collate is set to ‘On’, the Collate mode or Offset Collate mode is automatically set when you place the originals in the feeder. (See “Setting Automatic Collate,”...
  • Page 79 Saddle Finisher-G1 and Puncher Unit-K1 (optional) are attached, and Tray A exit slot is selected. Saddle Finisher-G1 and Puncher Unit-K1 (optional) are attached, and Tray A exit slot is not selected. Finisher (optional) is not attached, or when only Inner 2way Tray-A1 is attached. 1-68 Collating Copies (Finisher)
  • Page 80 When you want hole punches made, press [Hole Punch]. G If you select [Rotate]: ❑ Press [Next] © select [Auto], [LTR], [LTRR], [STMT], or [STMTR] paper. IMPORTANT [Rotate] can only be selected in the following cases: - When the available paper size is selected manually - When the available paper size is loaded in both the horizontal and vertical directions - The selected paper source must have Drawer Eligibility for APS/ADS set to ‘On’.
  • Page 81: Collating And Stapling Pages (staple)

    Collating and Stapling Pages (Staple) Place your originals in the feeder © press [Finisher]. NOTE If Auto Collate is set to ‘On’, the Collate mode or Offset Collate mode is automatically set when you place the originals in the feeder. (See “Setting Automatic Collate,”...
  • Page 82 Saddle Finisher-G1 and Puncher Unit-K1 (optional) are attached, and Tray A exit slot is selected. Saddle Finisher-G1 and Puncher Unit-K1 (optional) are attached, and Tray A exit slot is not selected. When you want hole punches made, press [Hole Punch]. Collating Copies (Finisher) 1-71...
  • Page 83 If you select [Staple] with the Finisher-J1 attached: ❑ Press [OK]. When the Finisher-J1 is attached, the saddle stitch position cannot be selected. For details of the saddle stitch position, see Chapter 8, “Appendix,” in the Reference Guide. G If you select [Staple] with the Saddle Finisher-G1 attached: ❑...
  • Page 84 If you select [Saddle Stitch]: Press [Saddle Stitch] © [Next]. • Select the paper size © press [OK]. • The selected mode is set, and the display returns to the Copy Basic Features screen. Collating Copies (Finisher) 1-73...
  • Page 85 NOTE You can adjust the saddle stitch position. (See Chapter 3, “Customizing Settings,” in the Reference Guide.) Press (Start). If the original is placed on the platen glass, follow the instructions that appear on the touch panel display © press (Start) once for each original.
  • Page 86: Two-sided Copying (two-sided)

    Two-Sided Copying (Two-Sided) This mode enables you to make two-sided copies from one-sided originals or make one-sided copies from two-sided originals. IMPORTANT • When the machine is operating in the Two-sided mode, you cannot use the Two-page Separation, Image Combination, Image Separation, Booklet, or Transparency Interleaving modes.
  • Page 87: Making Two-sided Copies From One-sided Originals (1 2-sided)

    I Making Two-Sided Copies from Facing Pages in a Book (Book 2-Sided) This feature enables you to make two-sided copies from facing pages, or from the front and back sides of a page in a bound original, such as a book or a magazine. Making Two-Sided Copies from One-Sided Originals (1 2-Sided) This feature enables you to make two-sided copies from one-sided originals.
  • Page 88 Press [1 2-Sided]. To set the orientation of the two-sided copies, press [Option] © select the type of two-sided orientation © press [Done]. [Book Type]: The front and back sides of the copy will have the same top- bottom orientation. [Calendar Type]: The front and back sides of the copy will have opposite top- bottom orientations.
  • Page 89 Press [OK]. The display returns to the Copy Basic Features screen, and <1 2-Sided> is displayed above [Two-sided]. Press (Start). If the original is placed on the platen glass, follow the instructions that appear on the touch panel display © press (Start) once for each original.
  • Page 90: Making Two-sided Copies From Two-sided Originals (2 2-sided)

    Making Two-Sided Copies from Two-Sided Originals (2 2-Sided) This feature automatically turns over two-sided originals that are placed in the feeder to make two-sided copies. Original Copy Place your originals in the feeder © press [Two-sided]. NOTE If Auto Collate is set to ‘On’, the Collate mode or Offset Collate mode is automatically set when you place the originals in the feeder.
  • Page 91 Press [2 2-Sided]. To set the orientation of the originals and the copies, press [Option] © select the type of two-sided orientation for the originals and the copies © press [Done]. Original [Book Type]: The front and back sides of the original have the same top- bottom orientation.
  • Page 92 Press [OK]. The display returns to the Copy Basic Features screen, and <2 2-Sided> is displayed above [Two-sided]. Press (Start). If the original is placed on the platen glass, follow the instructions that appear on the touch panel display © press (Start) once for each original.
  • Page 93: Making One-sided Copies From Two-sided Originals (2 1-sided)

    Making One-Sided Copies from Two-Sided Originals (2 1-Sided) This feature automatically turns over two-sided originals that are placed in the feeder, to make one-sided copies. Original Copies IMPORTANT Place the originals horizontally when copying LTRR and STMTR originals. If these originals are placed vertically, the back sides of the copies will be printed upside down.
  • Page 94 Press [2 1-Sided]. To set the orientation of the originals, press [Option] © select the orientation of the originals © press [Done]. [Book Type]: The front and back sides of the original have the same top- bottom orientation. [Calendar Type]: The front and back sides of the original have opposite top- bottom orientations.
  • Page 95 Press [OK]. The display returns to the Copy Basic Features screen, and <2 1-Sided> is displayed above [Two-sided]. Press (Start). Copying starts. NOTE To cancel this setting, press [Two-sided] © [Cancel]. • • To cancel all settings and return the machine to the Standard mode, press (Reset).
  • Page 96: Making Two-sided Copies From Facing Pages In A Book (book 2-sided)

    Making Two-Sided Copies from Facing Pages in a Book (Book 2-Sided) This feature enables you to make two-sided copies from facing pages or the front and back sides of a page in a bound original, such as a book or a magazine. IMPORTANT •...
  • Page 97 Place your original on the platen glass © press [Two-sided]. If you want to make copies in page order, begin copying from the first page and work your way forward. Place the original face down, so that its top edge is aligned with the back edge of the platen glass (by the arrow in the top left corner).
  • Page 98 Select the desired type of two-sided layout © press [OK]. [Left/Right Two-sided]: The facing pages of a book or bound original are copied onto the front and back sides of a single sheet of paper. [Front/Back Two-sided]: The front and back sides of the left page, are copied onto the front and back sides of a single sheet of paper.
  • Page 99 When scanning is complete, press [Done]. Copying starts. NOTE To cancel this setting, press [Two-sided] © [Cancel]. • • To cancel all settings and return the machine to the Standard mode, press (Reset). 1-88 Two-Sided Copying (Two-Sided)
  • Page 100: Reserved Copying

    Reserved Copying You can select copy settings and scan originals even if the machine is currently printing. Your scanned documents are processed after the current job is completed. NOTE • You can reserve up to five copy jobs, including the current job. However, remote copy and interrupt copy jobs are not included in this count.
  • Page 101 Press (Start) to scan your originals. If the following screen is displayed, press [OK]. After the current job is complete, repeat the operation. Scanning starts. 1-90 Reserved Copying...
  • Page 102: Interrupt Mode

    Interrupt Mode The Interrupt mode enables you to interrupt a reserved or current job long enough to make higher priority copies. This mode is useful if you need to make a rush copy during a long copy job. IMPORTANT If you select the Interrupt mode, you cannot use the Remote or Cascade Copy mode. NOTE You can make interrupt copies whenever the machine is ready to scan.
  • Page 103 Place your originals © select the desired copy modes. NOTE • To cancel the Interrupt mode, press [Interrupt]. • To cancel the copy mode only, press (Reset). (The Interrupt mode will not be canceled.) Press (Start). When the Interrupt mode starts, [Interrupt] is grayed out. Once the original is scanned, remove it from the machine.
  • Page 104: Checking A Sample Set Before Copying (sample Set)

    Checking a Sample Set before Copying (Sample Set) Before making multiple copies, you can check the copy result by using the Sample Set mode. IMPORTANT • [Sample Set] is displayed only when you set to make multiple copies in the Collate, Offset Collate, Rotate Collating, Staple, Cover/Sheet Insertion, or Booklet modes.
  • Page 105 Check the output sheet to make sure it has been copied correctly © select [Start Print], [Cancel], or [Change Settings]. To print the remaining prints, press [Start Print]. To cancel copying, press [Cancel]. To change the settings, press [Change Settings] © change the necessary settings ©...
  • Page 106 To copy another sample set, press [Sample Set] © repeat the procedure. Checking a Sample Set before Copying (Sample Set) 1-95...
  • Page 107: Checking The Copy Mode Settings (setting Confirmation)

    Checking the Copy Mode Settings (Setting Confirmation) When copy mode settings are selected, you can check the current settings in a list. Press [Setting Confirmation] on the Copy Basic Features screen. The Setting Confirmation screen and the selected copy mode settings are displayed.
  • Page 108 Check the settings © press [Done]. When 10 or more copy modes have been set, press [M] to display the next screen. To return to the previous screen, press [L]. The display returns to the Copy Basic Features screen. NOTE The right triangle ( ) on some keys indicates there are additional screens for setting their functions.
  • Page 109: Changing Or Canceling A Selected Copy Mode

    Changing or Canceling a Selected Copy Mode (Setting Confirmation/Cancel) Use the Setting Confirmation screen to change or cancel selected functions. Press [Setting Confirmation] on the Copy Basic Features screen. The Setting Confirmation screen and the selected copy mode settings are displayed.
  • Page 110 Press the copy mode key that you want to change or cancel. When 10 or more copy modes have been set, press [M] to display the next screen. To return to the previous screen, press [L]. The selected copy mode settings screen appears. NOTE •...
  • Page 111 To cancel a mode: ❑ Press [Cancel]. The display returns to the Setting Confirmation screen. Press [Done]. The display returns to the Copy Basic Features screen. 1-100 Changing or Canceling a Selected Copy Mode (Setting Confirmation/Cancel)
  • Page 112 Additional Copy Functions CHAPTER This chapter describes more advanced copy functions. Two-Page Separation ........... . 2-3 Cover/Sheet Insertion .
  • Page 113 2. Additional Copy Functions Page Numbering ............2-86...
  • Page 114: Two-page Separation

    Two-Page Separation This mode enables you to copy facing pages in a book or bound original to fit onto separate sheets of paper. Copies Originals IMPORTANT • When the machine is operating in the Two-page Separation mode, you cannot use the Saddle Stitch, Two-sided, Cover/Sheet Insertion, Image Combination, Image Separation, Booklet, Transparency Interleaving, Different Size Originals, Binding Erase, or Image Repeat modes.
  • Page 115 Press [Two-page Separation] © [Done]. The selected mode is set, and the display returns to the Copy Basic Features screen. NOTE If the desired setting is not displayed, press [M] or [L] to scroll to the desired setting. Press (Start). Copying starts.
  • Page 116: Cover/sheet Insertion

    Cover/Sheet Insertion This mode enables you to program the machine to automatically add front and back covers, sheet insertions, or chapter pages using a different type of paper stock from that used for the document. In addition, you may also copy on the front and back covers and the sheet insertions.
  • Page 117: Front Cover

    Front Cover Adds a front cover sheet to each set of copies. You may also copy on the front cover sheet. Originals Copies Printed Front R E P O R T R E P O R T Cover Back Cover Adds a back cover sheet to each set of copies.
  • Page 118 Chapter Page Adds chapter pages between the pages of copy sets. Since a chapter page is always copied on one side, this feature is useful when you want to organize the copies by chapter. Originals Copies R E P O R T R E P O R T Printed Chapter Page...
  • Page 119 Select the desired Cover/Sheet Insertion feature. You cannot select [Sheet Insertion] and [Chapter Page] at the same time. NOTE To cancel a selected feature, press the mode key again. Press [Paper Select] for each selected feature. Cover/Sheet Insertion...
  • Page 120 Select the paper source © press [Done]. IMPORTANT • Select the same paper sizes for the front and back covers, sheet insertions, or chapter pages. • If you try to set a different paper size for one feature, the paper size for the other features is automatically changed to the new size.
  • Page 121 Select whether to copy onto the front cover, back cover, or sheet insertion © press [Next]. If either [Sheet Insertion] or [Chapter Page] is not selected, press [OK] © proceed to step 8. If you have set the Two-sided Mode beforehand, press [Option] to select the sides to be copied on ©...
  • Page 122 NOTE • The display will vary depending on the settings set in step 2. • A chapter page is always copied on only one side. • If you select [Blank] for the front and/or back cover, the machine inserts an additional sheet of paper from the paper source you selected in step 4 to be used as the copy’s front and/or back cover.
  • Page 123 G If you select to copy onto the sheet insertions or chapter pages: ❑ Specify the sheet insertion or chapter page positions using (numeric keys) © press [OK]. IMPORTANT You cannot set the sheet insertion or chapter page position on the first page. Set the position starting from the second page.
  • Page 124: Making Copies For Use As A Booklet (booklet)

    Making Copies for Use as a Booklet (Booklet) You can copy one-sided or two-sided originals in such a way that the copies can be made into a booklet. Originals Copies SaddleFinisher-G1 is attached. IMPORTANT • When the machine is operating in the Booklet mode, you cannot use the Remote or Cascade Copy, Entire Image, Finisher, Two-sided, Two-page Separation, Cover/Sheet Insertion, Image Combination, Image Separation, Shift (No.
  • Page 125 Place your originals in the feeder © press [Special Features] © [Booklet]. NOTE • If the desired setting is not displayed, press [M] or [L] to scroll to the desired setting. • If Auto Collate is set to ‘On’, the Collate mode or Offset Collate mode is automatically set when you place the originals in the feeder.
  • Page 126 [Book Type]: The front and back sides of the original have the same top- bottom orientation. [Calendar Type]: The front and back sides of the original have opposite top- bottom orientations. NOTE • To select an A or B series paper size, press [A/B-size]. •...
  • Page 127 G If you want to add a cover: ❑ Press [Add Cover] © [Next]. ❑ Select whether to print on the cover pages. ❑ Select the paper type for the cover page © press [Next]. If the Saddle Finisher-G1 (optional) is not attached, press [OK] © proceed to step 5.
  • Page 128 Select whether to saddle stitch the booklet © press [OK] © [Done]. The selected mode is set, and the display returns to the Copy Basic Features screen. IMPORTANT Saddle stitching cannot be performed if the Saddle Finisher-G1 (optional) is not attached.
  • Page 129: Transparency Interleaving

    Transparency Interleaving Use this mode when copying onto transparencies which are fed from the stack bypass. The machine automatically interleaves a sheet of paper between each transparency. The interleaf sheets protect the copied surface of the transparencies. They can also be printed with the same images as the transparencies or left blank. IMPORTANT •...
  • Page 130 Printed Interleaf Sheets Selected in the Transparency Interleaving Mode: The machine alternately outputs a printed transparency and a printed interleaf sheet. Copies Originals Transparencies R E P O R T R E P O R T R E P O R T Printed Interleaf Sheets Place your originals in the feeder ©...
  • Page 131 Load the transparencies into the stack bypass. For instructions on how to load paper into the stack bypass, see Chapter 1, “Before You Start Using This Machine,” in the Reference Guide. Select the transparency size © select whether to copy on the interleaf sheet or leave the interleaf sheet blank ©...
  • Page 132 Select the size of the interleaf sheets © press [OK] © [Done]. The selected mode is set, and the display returns to the Copy Basic Features screen. NOTE When copying onto interleaf sheets, these sheets are included in the count of the total number of copies.
  • Page 133: Making Copies With The Original Image Shifted (shift)

    Making Copies with the Original Image Shifted (Shift) This mode enables you to make copies with the entire image shifted to the center or a corner. IMPORTANT • When the machine is operating in the Shift mode, you cannot use the Image Repeat or Mirror Image modes.
  • Page 134: Using The Arrow Keys

    Using the Arrow Keys Place your originals © press [Special Features] © [Shift]. NOTE If the desired settng is not displayed, press [M] or [L] to scroll to the desired setting. Press [Center/Corner Shift] © select the shift direction with an arrow key.
  • Page 135: Using The Numeric Keys

    Press [OK] © [Done]. The selected mode is set, and the display returns to the Copy Basic Features screen. Press (Start). Copying starts. NOTE To cancel this setting, press [Special Features] © [Shift] © [Cancel]. • • To cancel all settings and return the machine to the Standard mode, press (Reset).
  • Page 136 G Example: To move the image to the left: ❑ ] on the left © enter the shift value © press [Done]. Press [ G Example: To move the image in a diagonal direction: ❑ ] on the upper or lower side © enter the shift value © press [Done]. Press [ ❑...
  • Page 137: Making Copies With Margins (margin)

    Making Copies with Margins (Margin) This mode enables you to make copies with the entire original image shifted by a designated width to the left, right, top, or bottom to create a margin on the copies. Use this mode when you want the copies placed in a ring binder. Left Bottom Right...
  • Page 138 NOTE If the desired setting is not displayed, press [M] or [L] to scroll to the desired setting. Select the desired margin type © enter the margin width. IMPORTANT • If you are using the Margin and Two-sided modes together and copying an original that already has a margin, follow the instructions below: - 1 2-Sided: Set the margin for the back only.
  • Page 139 G If you select [Left Margin] or [Right Margin]: ❑ Press [–] or [+] to set the margin width for the front and back (0" to 13/16" or 0 mm to 20 mm) © press [OK] © [Done]. The selected mode is set, and the display returns to the Copy Basic Features screen.
  • Page 140 Press (Start). Copying starts. NOTE To cancel this setting, press [Special Features] © [Margin] © [Cancel]. • • To cancel all settings and return the machine to the Standard mode, press (Reset). Making Copies with Margins (Margin) 2-29...
  • Page 141: Erasing Shadows And Frame Lines From Copies (frame Erase)

    Erasing Shadows and Frame Lines from Copies (Frame Erase) This mode enables you to erase shadows and lines that appear when copying various types of originals. The following three Frame Erase modes are available. IMPORTANT A combination of the following three modes cannot be set. If you select one of these modes, the previously set mode is canceled.
  • Page 142 Book Frame Erase Erases the dark borders, as well as, the center and contour lines that appear when copying facing pages in a bound original onto a single sheet of paper. Copy Book Frame Erase Original Selected Copy Book Frame Erase Not Selected IMPORTANT...
  • Page 143: Original Frame Erase

    Original Frame Erase Place your originals © press [Special Features] © [Frame Erase]. NOTE If the desired setting is not displayed, press [M] or [L] to scroll to the desired setting. Press [Original Frame Erase] © set the frame erase width by pressing [–] or [+] ©...
  • Page 144 If you press [Adjust Each Dim.], select the frame erase border(s) © press [–] or [+] to set their respective frame erase width(s) © press [Next]. To return to the screen for setting the same width for all four borders, press [Adjust All At Once].
  • Page 145: Book Frame Erase

    Select the original paper size © press [OK] © [Done]. The selected mode is set, and the display returns to the Copy Basic Features screen. IMPORTANT You can set the Original Frame Erase mode only for the original paper sizes shown on the touch panel display.
  • Page 146 Press [–] or [+] to set the frame erase widths. NOTE • If you want to enter values in millimeters, press [mm]. • The default settings are ‘3/8" (10 mm)’ for [Center], and ‘1/8" (4 mm)’ for [Top], [Left], [Right], [Bottom], and [Sides]. The maximum frame erase width is ‘1 15/16" (50 mm)’.
  • Page 147 ❑ Select the frame erase border(s) © press [–] or [+] to set their respective frame erase width(s) © press [Next]. Select the size of the bound original when it is open © press [OK] © [Done]. The selected mode is set, and the display returns to the Copy Basic Features screen.
  • Page 148: Binding Erase

    Binding Erase Place your original on the platen glass © press [Special Features] © [Frame Erase]. IMPORTANT Do not place originals with binding holes in the feeder, as this may damage the originals. NOTE If the desired setting is not displayed, press [M] or [L] to scroll to the desired setting.
  • Page 149 Press [–] or [+] to set the frame erase width © press [OK] © [Done]. The selected mode is set, and the display returns to the Copy Basic Features screen. NOTE • If you want to enter values in millimeters, press [mm]. •...
  • Page 150: Image Combination

    Image Combination This mode automatically reduces two, four, or eight originals, two-sided originals, or the facing pages of a book to fit onto one side or both sides of a selected paper size. IMPORTANT • When the machine is operating in the Image Combination mode, you cannot use the Entire Image, Saddle Stitch, Two-sided, Two-page Separation, Cover/Sheet Insertion, Image Separation, Shift (No.
  • Page 151 4 On 1 Reduces four 1-sided or two 2-sided originals to fit onto one side or both sides of a copy sheet. Originals Copy 8 On 1 Reduces eight 1-sided or four 2-sided originals to fit onto one side or both sides of a copy sheet.
  • Page 152 Place your originals in the feeder © press [Special Features] © [Image Combination]. NOTE • If the desired setting is not displayed, press [M] or [L] to scroll to the desired setting. • If Auto Collate is set to ‘On’, the Collate mode or Offset Collate mode is automatically set when you place the originals in the feeder.
  • Page 153 If you are copying two-sided originals, press [2-Sided Original] © select the type of two-sided original © press [OK] © [Next]. [Book Type]: The front and back sides of the original have the same top- bottom orientation. [Calendar Type]: The front and back sides of the original have opposite top- bottom orientations.
  • Page 154 If you want to make two-sided copies, press [2-Sided copy] © select the type of two-sided orientation © press [OK] © [Next]. [Book Type]: The front and back sides of the copy will have the same top- bottom orientation. [Calendar Type]: The front and back sides of the copy will have opposite top- bottom orientations.
  • Page 155 4 On 1, 8 On 1 NOTE If you do not specify an image order by selecting [Option], the images are printed in the following order: - 2 on 1: Left © Right Upper Right © Lower Left © Lower Right ©...
  • Page 156 Press (Start). If the original is placed on the platen glass, follow the instructions that appear on the touch panel display © press (Start) once for each original. When scanning is complete, press [Done]. Copying starts. NOTE To cancel this setting, press [Special Features] © [Image Combination] ©[Cancel]. •...
  • Page 157: Image Separation

    Image Separation This mode automatically divides an original into equal sections, and copies each section in an enlarged form onto a separate sheet. The following two Image Separation features are available: 1 to 2 (1-sided and 2-sided copies), and 1 to 4 (1-sided and 2-sided copies). IMPORTANT •...
  • Page 158 1 To 4 Divides a one-sided original into four equal sections, and outputs the sections in an enlarged form as four 1-sided copies or two 2-sided copies. Original Copies NOTE You can place LTR originals horizontally or vertically when using this feature. Place your original on the platen glass ©...
  • Page 159 Select the type of enlarged layout © select the layout of the final page of the original © press [Next]. 1 To 2 1 To 4 You can reduce the output of pages without images (blank output) by setting the layout of the last original.
  • Page 160 If you want to make two-sided copies, press [2-Sided copy] © select the type of two-sided orientation © press [OK] © [Next]. [Book Type]: The front and back sides of the copy will have the same top- bottom orientation. [Calendar Type]: The front and back sides of the copy will have opposite top- bottom orientations.
  • Page 161 1 To 4 NOTE If you do not specify an image order by selecting [Option], the images are printed in the following order: - 1 To 2: Left © Right - 1 To 4: Upper Left © Upper Right © Lower Left © Lower Right Select the paper size ©...
  • Page 162 Press (Start). If there are multiple originals, follow the instructions that appear on the display © press (Start) once for each original. When scanning is complete, press [Done]. Copying starts. NOTE To cancel this setting, press [Special Features] © [Image Separation] © [Cancel]. •...
  • Page 163: Different Size Originals

    Different Size Originals This mode enables you to copy differently sized originals with the same widths or different widths, together as one group, by placing them in the feeder. IMPORTANT • When the machine is operating in the Different Size Originals mode, you cannot use the Book 2-Sided, Two-page Separation, Image Combination, Image Separation, Booklet, or Image Repeat modes.
  • Page 164 Place your originals in the feeder © press [Special Features] © [Different Size Originals]. NOTE • If the desired setting is not displayed, press [M] or [L] to scroll to the desired setting. • If Auto Collate is set to ‘On’, the Collate mode or Offset Collate mode is automatically set when you place the originals in the feeder.
  • Page 165 Press (Start). If the original is placed on the platen glass, follow the instructions that appear on the touch panel display © press (Start) once for each original. When scanning is complete, press [Done]. Copying starts. NOTE To cancel this setting, press [Special Features] © [Different Size Originals] © •...
  • Page 166: Job Build

    Job Build This mode enables you to scan originals that are too many to be placed at once by dividing them into multiple batches. You can use both the feeder and the platen glass for scanning. The originals are copied as one document after all of the batches have been scanned.
  • Page 167 Place your first original © press [Special Features]. Press [Job Build] © [Done]. The selected mode is set, and the display returns to the Copy Basic Features screen. NOTE If the desired setting is not displayed, press [M] or [L] to scroll to the desired setting.
  • Page 168 When scanning is complete, place your next batch of originals © press (Start). If you want to change the scan settings, make the changes before pressing (Start). • You can adjust the copy exposure and the image quality. (See “Adjusting Exposure and Image Quality (Copy Exposure),”...
  • Page 169 Select the type of two-sided original © press [OK]. Do not forget to set or cancel the 2-Sided Original mode, according to the type of originals you place next. Repeat this step as necessary. After the last batch of originals is scanned, press [Done]. NOTE To cancel this setting, press [Special Features] ©...
  • Page 170: E-mail Notification At The End Of A Copy Job (job Done Notice)

    E-mail Notification at the End of a Copy Job (Job Done Notice) This mode enables you to set the machine to notify you through e-mail when the current copy job is complete. This is useful when you are waiting for large copy jobs to complete, or when using the remote copying features.
  • Page 171 Select the destination of the Job Done Notice © press [OK] © [Done]. If Access Number Management for an Address Book is set to ‘On’, press [Access Number] © enter the access number using (numeric keys) © press [OK]. If you do not want to specify an access number, press [No Access Number].
  • Page 172: Storing/recalling Frequently Used Copy Settings (mode Memory)

    Storing/Recalling Frequently Used Copy Settings (Mode Memory) You can store any possible combination of copy modes in a memory key. There are nine memory keys, and they can be named for increased convenience. This is useful when you want to store the most frequently used copy settings. IMPORTANT Even if a remote copy printer is registered in Mode Memory, and the main power of this machine or the remote copy printer is turned OFF and ON again, the registered settings...
  • Page 173 NOTE In the example, the Finisher and Two-sided modes are specified. Press [Special Features] © press [M] or [L] until [Mode Memory] appears © press [Mode Memory]. Select a memory key ([M1] to [M9]) for storing the copy settings © press [Store]. NOTE •...
  • Page 174 G If you select an empty memory key (no settings have been stored): ❑ Press [Yes], when the confirmation message appears asking you to store the settings. Press [No], if you do not want to store the settings. When storing is complete, the message <Stored in memory.> appears for approximately two seconds on the touch panel display.
  • Page 175: Storing A Memory Key Name

    Press [OK] © [Done]. The display returns to the Copy Basic Features screen. Storing a Memory Key Name Press [Special Features] © press [M] or [L] until [Mode Memory] appears © press [Mode Memory]. Select a memory key ([M1] to [M9]) to name © press [Store Name].
  • Page 176 Enter a name © press [OK]. The name appears on the memory key. NOTE • For instructions on how to enter characters on the touch panel display, see Chapter 1, “Before You Start Using This Machine,” in the Reference Guide. •...
  • Page 177: Recalling Copy Settings

    Recalling Copy Settings Press [Special Features] © press [M] or [L] until [Mode Memory] appears © press [Mode Memory]. Select the key with the copy settings that you want to recall. Confirm the stored settings © press [OK] © [Done]. The selected mode is set, and the display returns to the Copy Basic Features screen.
  • Page 178: Erasing Copy Settings

    Erasing Copy Settings Press [Special Features] © press [M] or [L] until [Mode Memory] appears © press [Mode Memory]. Select the key with the copy settings that you want to erase © press [Erase]. A message appears to confirm that you want to erase the copy settings. IMPORTANT Make sure to check the copy settings before you erase them.
  • Page 179 Press [Yes]. If you do not want to erase the settings, press [No]. The message <Erased.> appears for approximately two seconds on the touch panel display. The stored copy settings are erased. NOTE The name of the memory key is not erased. For instructions on how to change the name, see “Storing a Memory Key Name,”...
  • Page 180: Recalling A Previous Copy Setting (recall)

    Recalling a Previous Copy Setting (Recall) You can recall the three most recent copy jobs, and make copies using these settings. IMPORTANT • The machine considers any one of the following operations a copy job: - When copy settings, such as the copy ratio, number of copies, and copy exposure are specified, and (Start) or (Reset) is pressed...
  • Page 181 Select [1 Before], [2 Before], or [3 Before]. Confirm the settings © press [OK] © [Done]. The selected mode is set, and the display returns to the Copy Basic Features screen. NOTE You can also check the other copy settings that are stored in memory in addition to the currently displayed copy settings by pressing [M] or [L].
  • Page 182: Inverting Original Images (nega/posi)

    Inverting Original Images (Nega/Posi) This mode enables you to make copies of the original image by inverting the black and white areas. Copy Original SCENE SCENE Place your originals © press [Special Features]. Press [M] or [L] until [Nega/Posi] appears © press [Nega/ Posi] ©...
  • Page 183 Press (Start). Copying starts. NOTE To cancel this setting, press [Special Features] © [M] © [Nega/Posi]. • • To cancel all settings and return the machine to the Standard mode, press (Reset). 2-72 Inverting Original Images (Nega/Posi)
  • Page 184: Image Repeat

    Image Repeat You can repeatedly copy the image of an original in either the vertical or horizontal direction. The following two setting methods are available for the Image Repeat mode: Automatic Setting The original image is copied so that the maximum number of repeated images fit onto the selected paper.
  • Page 185 IMPORTANT • When the machine is operating in the Image Repeat (manual setting) mode, you cannot use the Entire Image, Book 2-Sided, Two-page Separation, Cover/Sheet Insertion, Image Combination, Image Separation, Shift, Booklet, Transparency Interleaving, Margin, Different Size Originals, Frame Erase, Mirror Image, or Form Composition modes.
  • Page 186 Set the number of times that you want the image to repeat for both the horizontal and vertical directions. G Automatic Setting: ❑ Press [Auto]. To make repeated images with the number of repeats automatically set, select the paper size. The original image is then copied so that the maximum number of images possible fits onto the selected paper size.
  • Page 187 Press [OK] © [Done]. The selected mode is set, and the display returns to the Copy Basic Features screen. Press (Start). Copying starts. NOTE To cancel this setting, press [Special Features] © [M] © [Image Repeat] © • [Cancel]. • To cancel all settings and return the machine to the Standard mode, press (Reset).
  • Page 188: Mirror Image

    Mirror Image This mode enables you to copy the original image reversed, as if it were a reflection in a mirror. Copy Original IMPORTANT When the machine is operating in the Mirror Image mode, you cannot use the Remote or Cascade Copy, Entire Image, Cover/Sheet Insertion, Image Combination, Shift, Booklet, Transparency Interleaving, Margin, Frame Erase, Image Repeat, or Page Numbering modes.
  • Page 189 The selected mode is set, and the display returns to the Copy Basic Features screen. Press (Start). Copying starts. NOTE To cancel this setting, press [Special Features] © [M] © [Mirror Image]. • • To cancel all settings and return the machine to the Standard mode, press (Reset).
  • Page 190: Making Sharp Contrast Copies (sharpness)

    Making Sharp Contrast Copies (Sharpness) This mode enables you to make copies of original images with a sharper or softer contrast. To reproduce copies with text or lines with a sharper contrast, use [High] as the setting. To reproduce copies with photographs or other halftones with a softer contrast, use [Low] as the setting.
  • Page 191 Place your originals © press [Special Features]. Press [M] or [L] until [Sharpness] appears © press [Sharpness]. Adjust the sharpness by pressing [Low] or [High] © press [OK] © [Done]. To copy text and lines clearly, the setting should be towards [High]. To copy photographs, the setting should be towards [Low].
  • Page 192 NOTE To cancel this setting, press [Special Features] © [M] © [Sharpness] © [Cancel]. • • To cancel all settings and return the machine to the Standard mode, press (Reset). Making Sharp Contrast Copies (Sharpness) 2-81...
  • Page 193: Composing Images (form Composition)

    Composing Images (Form Composition) Form Composition is a mode that superimposes a previously scanned image (image form) stored in the machine’s memory, and places it on the image of the original. Stored in the Machine Entire Image Copy Original Composition Image Form Transparent Original...
  • Page 194: Form Composition

    Place your originals © press [Special Features]. Press [M] or [L] until [Form Composition] appears © press [Form Composition]. Select an image form to be superimposed over the original © press [OK]. When there are more than eight stored image forms, press [M] or [L] to display the other images.
  • Page 195 If you press [Details], the detailed information of the image form is displayed. Press [Done] to return to the Form Composition screen. G If you want to check the stored image form: ❑ Press [Check Print]. ❑ Select the paper size © press [Start Print]. Press [Cancel] to cancel the sample print.
  • Page 196 The following screen is displayed after the sample prints. Press [Yes], to set the sample image as the image form for composition. The display returns to the Special Features screen. Press [No], to select a different image form for composition. Press [Done].
  • Page 197: Page Numbering

    Page Numbering This mode enables you to superimpose page numbers onto a specified document and copy it. Original Copy R E P O R T R E P O R T Page Numbers Surrounded by Hyphens IMPORTANT When the machine is operating in the Page Numbering mode, you cannot use the Remote or Cascade Copy, Saddle Stitch, Entire Image, Shift (No.
  • Page 198 Press [M] or [L] until [Page Numbering] appears © press [Page Numbering]. Select the type of numbering ([Numbers Only] or [Numbers with Hyphens]). [Numbers Only]: Inserts only page numbers, such as <1>. [Numbers with Hyphens]: Inserts page numbers that are surrounded by hyphens, such as <-1->.
  • Page 199 Select the position of the page numbers © press [Next]. G If you press [Reverse Page Num.]: ❑ Select the desired position of the page numbers on the back side of the copies © press [Done]. G If you press [Inserted Sheets]: ❑...
  • Page 200 [Number]: Numbers the pages inserted after the first page in operations for sheet insertion, chapter page, and back cover, but only prints the page numbers on the body pages of the document. [Do not number]: Does not number the pages inserted after the first page in operations for sheet insertion, chapter page, and back cover, but still prints the page numbers on the body pages of the document.
  • Page 201 • To cancel all settings and return the machine to the Standard mode, press (Reset). 2-90 Page Numbering...
  • Page 202: Customizing Settings

    Customizing Settings CHAPTER This chapter describes how to store, change, and customize the default settings to suit your needs. Copy Settings Table ........... . . 3-2 Setting Standard Keys .
  • Page 203: Copy Settings Table

    Copy Settings Table The following items can be stored or set in Copy Settings from the Additional Functions screen. Additional Functions Available Settings Applicable Page Copy Settings Standard Key 1, 2 All modes (No settings*) p. 3-3 Settings** Auto Collate** On*/Off p.
  • Page 204: Setting Standard Keys

    Setting Standard Keys This feature is useful when you want to store frequently used copy settings on the Copy Basic Features screen. You can store up to two Standard keys in addition to the Copy Ratio, Finisher, and Two-Sided mode keys on the Copy Basic Features screen, the Special Features screen, or the memory keys containing copy settings stored in Mode Memory.
  • Page 205 Press [M] or [L] to display the desired setting group © select the desired group. NOTE To cancel a Standard Key setting, press [No Settings] © [OK] © press [Done] repeatedly until the Copy Basic Features screen appears. Select the desired setting that you want to store © press [OK]. The selected mode is set.
  • Page 206 Press [Done] repeatedly until the Copy Basic Features screen appears. Example: The stored Standard keys appear on the Copy Basic Features screen, as shown below. Standard Key 1 Standard Key 2 Setting Standard Keys...
  • Page 207: Setting Automatic Collate

    Setting Automatic Collate This function automatically selects the Collate (Offset Collate) mode when the originals are placed in the feeder. This is helpful when making multiple copies, because the user does not need to remember to select the Finisher mode. NOTE •...
  • Page 208 Select [On] or [Off] © press [OK]. The selected mode is set. Press [Done] repeatedly until the Copy Basic Features screen appears. Setting Automatic Collate...
  • Page 209: Setting The Image Orientation Priority

    Setting the Image Orientation Priority If [Image Orientation Priority] is set to ‘On’, the machine always copies an image in the same orientation as the original image. This is because the images on originals may be copied upside down, depending on the copy mode set. IMPORTANT This setting is not available when the Finisher-J1 is attached.
  • Page 210 Select [On] or [Off] © press [OK]. The selected mode is set. Press [Done] repeatedly until the Copy Basic Features screen appears. Setting the Image Orientation Priority...
  • Page 211: Setting The Job Duration Display

    Setting the Job Duration Display If Job Duration Display is set to ‘On’, the time remaining to complete the copy job (Job Duration Time) is displayed in minutes on the touch panel display. (The job duration time is not displayed for some copy modes.) NOTE •...
  • Page 212 Select [On] or [Off] © press [OK]. The selected mode is set. Press [Done] repeatedly until the Copy Basic Features screen appears. Setting the Job Duration Display 3-11...
  • Page 213: Setting Auto Orientation

    Setting Auto Orientation Using parameters, such as the original size and zoom ratio, this function automatically rotates the image to the most suitable position for the specified paper size. NOTE The default setting is ‘On’. (Additional Functions) © [Copy Settings]. Press Press [M] or [L] until [Auto Orientation] appears ©...
  • Page 214 Select [On] or [Off] © press [OK]. The selected mode is set. NOTE • If you enlarge LTR or STMT originals to 11" x 17" or LGL paper, Auto Orientation is not performed even if it is set to ‘On’. •...
  • Page 215: Setting The Photo Mode

    Setting the Photo Mode You can set whether to use the Photo mode in the Copy function. When the Photo Mode is ‘On’, you can select [Printed Image] or [Photo] when making copies with the image quality setting on the Copy Basic Features screen. NOTE The default setting is ‘Off’.
  • Page 216 Select [On] or [Off] © press [OK]. The selected mode is set. Press [Done] repeatedly until the Copy Basic Features screen appears. Setting the Photo Mode 3-15...
  • Page 217: Changing The Current Standard Settings

    Changing the Current Standard Settings Standard Settings refers to a combination of copy modes that the machine automatically sets after the power is turned ON or when (Reset) is pressed. This section describes how to customize the Standard Settings to suit your needs, or return the Standard Settings to their default settings.
  • Page 218 Press [M] or [L] until [Standard Settings] appears © press [Standard Settings]. Press [Store]. Press [Yes]. Changing the Current Standard Settings 3-17...
  • Page 219: Initializing The Standard Settings

    The settings displayed are the currently set copy settings. Press [M] or [L] to display other copy settings that do not fit in the display area. Press [No], if you do not want to store the displayed settings as the Standard Settings.
  • Page 220 Press [Initialize]. Check the settings © press [Yes]. Press [No], if you do not want to initialize the Standard Settings. Changing the Current Standard Settings 3-19...
  • Page 221 The message <Initialized.> appears for approximately two seconds on the touch panel display. The Standard Settings are initialized. Press [Done] repeatedly until the Copy Basic Features screen appears. 3-20 Changing the Current Standard Settings...
  • Page 222: Specifying The Remote Copy Printer Settings

    Specifying the Remote Copy Printer Settings Details on printer names and IP addresses for remote copy printers can be confirmed, added, or deleted. You can set up to seven remote copy printers on this machine. NOTE If you set Department IDs and passwords for the registered remote copy printers, make sure that their settings are the same as this machine.
  • Page 223 Press [Store]. Enter the IP address of the remote copy printer that you want (numeric keys) © press [OK]. to store using NOTE If you make a mistake when entering values, press [ ], [ ], or [Backspace] © • enter the correct values.
  • Page 224: Confirming A Remote Device

    To move the remote copy printer you are registering to the top of the list box, select the printer in the list box © press [Move To Top]. The information about the selected remote copy printer is displayed at the top of the list box.
  • Page 225 Select the remote copy printer that you want to check © press [Details]. If the desired remote copy printer is not displayed, press [M] or [L] to scroll to the desired remote copy printer. Confirm the information © press [OK]. 3-24 Specifying the Remote Copy Printer Settings...
  • Page 226: Deleting A Remote Device

    If you power the remote copy printer back ON or reattach the Finisher (optional), you need to refresh the information of the remote copy printer by pressing [Get Information]. Press [Done] repeatedly until the Copy Basic Features screen appears. Deleting a Remote Device (Additional Functions) ©...
  • Page 227 Select the remote copy printer that you want to delete © press [Erase]. If the desired remote copy printer is not displayed, press [M] or [L] to scroll to the desired remote copy printer. NOTE When you set the Remote or Cascade Copy mode, the remote copy printer cannot be deleted.
  • Page 228: Setting The Remote Device Transmission Timeout

    Setting the Remote Device Transmission Timeout A remote copy job is canceled if there is no response from the remote copy printer within a given time. Select a timeout setting from 5 to 30 seconds in one second increments. NOTE •...
  • Page 229 Press [–] and [+] to set the Remote Device Transmission Timeout © press [OK]. You can also enter values using (numeric keys). The selected mode is set. Press [Done] repeatedly until the Copy Basic Features screen appears. 3-28 Setting the Remote Device Transmission Timeout...
  • Page 230: Restoring The Default Copy Settings

    Restoring the Default Copy Settings Settings that have been changed from the Copy Settings screen can be returned to their default settings. NOTE • When the Copy Settings of this machine are initialized, the settings stored in the other remote copy printers are also initialized. •...
  • Page 231 Press [Yes]. Press [No], if you do not want to initialize the copy settings. The message <Initialized.> appears for approximately two seconds on the touch panel display. Press [Done] repeatedly until the Copy Basic Features screen appears. 3-30 Restoring the Default Copy Settings...
  • Page 232: Appendix

    Appendix CHAPTER This chapter includes the Available Combination of Functions Chart and the index. Available Combination of Functions Chart ........4-2 Index .
  • Page 233: Available Combination Of Functions Chart

    Available Combination of Functions Chart This chart shows the available combination of settings when you want to set more than one function at a time. Combination Available ✕ Combination Unavailable Priority to Latest Set Mode Priority to Image Combination, Image Separation, and Booklet modes (Ratio can be changed) Function to Be Set Preset Zoom...
  • Page 234 Combination Available ✕ Combination Unavailable Priority to Latest Set Mode Priority to Image Combination, Image Separation, and Booklet modes (Ratio can be changed) Function to Be Set ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ Two-page Separation ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕...
  • Page 235 Combination Available ✕ Combination Unavailable Priority to Latest Set Mode Priority to Image Combination, Image Separation, and Booklet modes (Ratio can be changed) Function to Be Set Preset Zoom Zoom Designation XY Zoom Auto Zoom Zoom Program ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕...
  • Page 236 Combination Available ✕ Combination Unavailable Priority to Latest Set Mode Priority to Image Combination, Image Separation, and Booklet modes (Ratio can be changed) Function to Be Set ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ ✕ Two-page Separation ✕...
  • Page 237: Index

    Index Numerics ....................1 2-Sided 1-76 ...................... 1 To 2 2-46 ...................... 1 To 4 2-47 ....................2 1-Sided 1-82 ....................2 2-Sided 1-79 ..................... 2 On 1 2-39 ..................... 4 On 1 2-40 ..................... 8 On 1 2-40 ................. A (Automatic Exposure) 1-37 ......................
  • Page 238 ....................Copy Ratio 1-39 ....................Copy Settings ..................Cover/Sheet Insertion .................. Different Size Originals 2-52 ....................Entire Image 1-47 ....................Finisher 1-60 ..................Form Composition 2-82 ....................Frame Erase 2-30 ....................Front Cover ...................... Group 1-61 ....................Hole Punch 1-63 ..................
  • Page 239 ....................Job Build 2-55 ..................Job Done Notice 2-59 ..................Job Duration Display 3-10 ................. Manual Paper Selection 1-30 ..................... Margin 2-26 ....................Mirror Image 2-77 .................... Mode Memory 2-61 ....................Nega/Posi 2-71 ....................Non-Collate 1-63 ...................... Offset 1-63 ..................Original Frame Erase 2-32 ..................
  • Page 240 ..................... Saddle Stitch 1-62 ....................Sample Set 1-93 ..................Select Output Device 1-19 ..................Setting Confirmation 1-96 ....................Sharpness 2-79 ..................... Sheet Insertion ......................Shift 2-22 ................Special Features Screen 1/2 ................Special Features Screen 2/2 .................. Stack Bypass Settings 1-31 ....................
  • Page 241 4-10 Index...
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