Selects the paper feed method for the paper to print the adjustment pattern on. You can split the usage between
printing adjustment patterns on cut paper (manual feed) and printing work pieces on roll paper.
Use Paper Size
Selects the paper size to print the adjustment pattern on.
The adjustment pattern is printed so that it fits into the selected paper size.
If the image size is large and Dimensions is selected in Pattern Size, the pattern display might not fit within the vertical
direction of the paper size. In this case, select Auto in Pattern Size.
The printed paper size is displayed in Paper Size.
Since the length in the vertical direction may differ between the Use Paper Size and actual printed material, this
displays the actual output paper size.
No Space at Paper Bottom (Conserve Paper)
If a margin appears at the bottom of the paper with the paper size selected in Use Paper Size, you can conserve
paper by selecting this check box to print excluding the margin area. The state of the length in the vertical direction
being shortened to conserve the margin area is reflected in the displayed Paper Size.
Horizontal Axis/Vertical Axis
Configures settings such as the items that change in steps and the number of patterns when multiple adjustment
patterns are arranged horizontally or vertically.
Selects the items to change in steps.
For color, you can select Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Gray Tone, Brightness, Contrast, or Saturation.
For monochrome, you can select X Color Balance, Y Color Balance, Tone, Brightness, Contrast, High-
light, Shadow, or Tint.
The icons for Horizontal Axis Adjustment Item are displayed above the preview area and the icons for Ver-
tical Axis Adjustment Item are displayed on the left of the preview area.
None can only be selected for Vertical Axis in both color and monochrome.
Number of Patterns
You can select the number of images to display in the pattern in the horizontal or vertical direction from 3, 5,
and 7. If the adjustment item is Tone, you can select 3 or 5. When Tone is selected as the adjustment value,
-1 is Soft tone, 0 is Middle tone, 2 is Medium-hard tone, 3 is Hard tone, and 5 is Strong-hard tone.
Adjustment Value Spacing
You can select the interval of the variation in adjustment values between neighboring adjustment pattern im-
ages from the range of 1 to 10. The larger the value, the greater the differences between the states of the
adjustment pattern images. Note that if the adjustment item is Tone, the Adjustment Value Spacing cannot
Rearranges the adjustment pattern with the Horizontal Axis and Vertical Axis adjustment items swapped.
Rotate 90 degrees
Rotating the image may make it easier to conserve paper and compare images.
Select Per Image to rotate each of the images in the adjustment pattern by 90 degrees.
Select Entire Image after layout to rotate the entire adjustment pattern by 90 degrees.
Adjustment pattern setting dialog box