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  • Page 1: User Guide

    Kyocera Extended Driver User Guide...

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    All other brand and product names herein are registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective companies. Examples of the operations given in this guide are for the Windows XP printing environment. Essentially the same operations are used for Windows 95/98/Me/2000 environments. Models supported by the KX printer driver Copier/MFP KM- 1510...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 1 Installation ... 1 Installing the Printer Driver in Windows Local Connection ... 1 USB Connection ... 7 Network Connection ... 14 LPR Connection ... 18 Installing Components ... 25 Installing the Latest Printer Driver Chapter 2 Printer Properties...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 4 Using Optional Equipment Staple ... 89 Using the Stapler ... 89 Offset ... 91 Punch ... 92 Cover Mode, Page Insert, and Transparency Interleaving Printing with Covers ... 93 Cover Printing Options ... 94 Page Insert ... 97 Combinations ...

  • Page 5: Chapter 1 Installation, Installing The Printer Driver In Windows, Local Connection

    Installing the Printer Driver in Windows A printer driver is an application that sends documents to the printer. Install the printer driver from the supplied Kyocera Software Library CD-ROM. Once installed, a variety of printer settings can be configured. In Windows XP or 2000, you must be logged into the system with administrator privileges to install the printer driver.

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    Ensure the printer is ready to print (remove packing materials, insert paper and any toner or ink cartridges) before connecting the cable. • For further details on connecting using a parallel cable, refer to the printer's Operation Guide. • If the...

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    6 Click Install KX Driver 7 The Welcome to the Kyocera Printer Installation Wizard 8 The Local or Network Connection click Next. dialog box appears. Click dialog box appears. Select Local connection, Installation Next...

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    Found New Hardware • If the Hardware Installation • If the Network Printer Port Monitor • printer port for network printing and click Next dialog box appears, click Cancel warning dialog box appears, click dialog box appears, select Next Manufacturer...

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    Windows-based programs. Click Next 12 The Printer Sharing dialog box appears. If you do not want to share the printer, select Do not share this printer and click Next. Installation LPT1: from Use the following...

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    • 14 The Confirm Settings dialog box appears. Verify the settings and click The printer driver installation begins. 15 Once the installation is complete, the Select Yes (recommended) •...

  • Page 11: Usb Connection

    The installation of the printer is now complete. If prompted, restart your system. USB Connection This section describes how to install the printer driver when the printer and computer are connected using a USB connection. To install using a USB Connection: 1 Ensure the power for the computer and printer are turned off.

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    Windows Explorer, access the CD-ROM, and double-click the Setup.exe file. 6 Click Install KX Driver 7 The Welcome to the Kyocera Printer Installation Wizard License Agreement to display and read the License Agreement. Main Menu dialog box.

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    8 The Local or Network Connection click Next 9 The Select Printer Model corresponding Printers • If Found New Hardware dialog box appears, click • If the Hardware Installation warning dialog box appears, click Continue Anyway. dialog box appears. Select dialog box appears.

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    If the Network Printer Port Monitor • Next 10 The Select the Printer Port dialog box appears. Select (for example, USB001 or KMUSB001) to step 14. If there are no USB ports listed under dialog box appears, select USB port from the listed ports, then click , proceed to step 11.

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    13 The Serial number list appears. Confirm the serial number and click If the Serial number list is blank, cancel the installation procedure. Turn off the printer and return to step 1. 14 The dialog box appears. Name Your Printer...

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    Select to determine whether to use the printer as the default printer for Windows-based programs. Click 15 The dialog box appears. Choose from one of the following options. Printer Sharing Select Do not share this printer • Select to share this printer and enter a share name. Click Share as •...

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    17 The Confirm Settings dialog box appears. Verify the printer settings and click printer driver installation begins. 18 Once the installation is complete, the Choose from one of the following options. Select Yes (recommended) • Installing Components on page 25.

  • Page 18: Network Connection

    Kyocera Software Library CD-ROM. To install using a Network Connection: 1 Ensure the computer and printer are turned off. 2 Connect to the computer and printer using a network cable. Once connected, turn on both devices. •...

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    View License Agreement 5 Click to proceed to the Accept 6 Click Install KX Driver 7 The Welcome to the Kyocera Printer Installation Wizard to display and read the License Agreement. dialog box. Main Menu dialog box appears. Click Installation Next...

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    Select one of the following search methods: Locate Your Printer Type the printer name... : Leave the printer name blank and click • available on network servers appear. If you have directly typed in the print server name, click Connect to a printer on the Internet or...

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    10 The Default Printer dialog box appears. Select the selected printer as the default printer for all Windows-based applications. 11 The Confirm Settings dialog box appears. Verify the printer settings and click printer driver installation begins. 12 Once the installation is complete, the...

  • Page 22: Lpr Connection

    The installation of the printer is now complete. If prompted, restart your system. LPR Connection When the printer has a built-in network interface, you can print over a network using an LPR port. This section describes how to install the printer driver when the computer and printer are connected using a LPR port connection.

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    Windows Explorer, access the CD-ROM, and double-click the Setup.exe file. 6 Click Install KX Driver 7 The Welcome to the Kyocera Printer Installation Wizard License Agreement to display and read the License Agreement. dialog box. Main Menu Installation dialog box displays.

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    8 The Local or Network Connection click Next For further details on connecting a network printing environment, refer to the IB- 21E/IB-22 User's Manual on the CD-ROM supplied with your printer. 9 The Select Printer Model corresponding Printers • If Found New Hardware dialog box appears, click •...

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    Type 11 The KPrint Add Port Wizard and click Remote) Next dialog box appears, select KPrint Port: Next dialog box appears. Select Print using LPR (Line Printer Installation and click Next from the Create a...

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    Enter the IP address or host name of the print server Address or Host Name Click Search... • network printers displays. Select the network printer, then click continue 13 Confirm the destination printer port name and click 14 Confirm the settings, and click 15 The...

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    Select to determine whether to use the printer as the default printer for Windows-based programs. Click 16 The Printer Sharing dialog box appears. Choose from one of the following options. Select Do not share this printer • click Next Select to share this printer and enter a share name.

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    New Printer Installation Select to complete the installation and click • The installation of the printer is now complete. If prompted, restart your system. Printer Installed Successfully to install optional components and click dialog box. Choose from one of the following options.

  • Page 29: Installing Components

    Installation Installing Components You can expand the functions of your printer driver by installing components that compliment the ways in which you utilize your printer. For more information on profiles, refer to Saving Profiles on page 125. The displayed components may vary based on the printer model.

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    • Refer to the Local and Network Connection to prepare for the installation of an additional printer driver. 4 Continue the installation as describe above.Click selected component items dialog box appears. Choose from one of...

  • Page 31: Installing The Latest Printer Driver

    The latest Kyocera printer driver can be obtained from download/, and can be installed using the Windows To install using the Add Printer Wizard This section describes how to install a printer driver using the 1 Click and Faxes Windows 95/98/2000: Click Start in the Windows taskbar, click Settings-Printers in sequence to open the Printer dialog box.

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    Completing the Add Printer Wizard 5 The Hardware Installation message may display. If the warning message appears, click Installation of the printer driver is now complete. If prompted, restart your system. in the Add a printer File dialog box appears. Click...

  • Page 33: Chapter 2 Printer Properties, Accessing Printer Properties

    Page Description Language (PDL) Settings • Administrator Settings • Compatibility Settings • Follow the steps below to set your preferred options as the default settings.These printer settings can be changed temporarily when printing from within other Windows-based applications. Accessing Printer Properties 1 Click Faxes...

  • Page 34: Installing Optional Devices

    PDL (Page Description Language) settings for the user, administrator settings for front panel messages, passwords, and more. The printer pictured in the Printer Properties dialog box and the list of Device Options will vary depending on the printer you have.

  • Page 35: Punch Settings

    Hard Disk Settings dialog box appears if you select the Assigning Virtual Mailboxes box, select the memory capacity of your printer. This setting is required to Memory dialog box appears. Double-click the option to Punch Unit Setting Punch Unit Setting dialog box if the device listing is already enabled.

  • Page 36: Booklet Stitcher Punch Settings, Assigning Virtual Mailboxes

    Booklet Stitcher The Booklet Stitcher feature allows you to set the number of holes punched in each printed page. If you enable the Punch Settings Setting display the Select the 2 Hole, 2 & 3 Hole, or 4 Hole option depending on the optional punch unit of your finisher to enable punching of the pages you print.

  • Page 37: Ram Disk Settings

    Permanent Storage RAM Disk The RAM Disk functions as a hard disk saving print requests into the printer’s memory if a hard disk for printing is not installed. When a hard disk is installed, the RAM Disk function is Settings inactive.

  • Page 38: User Settings, Identification, Unit Of Measurement

    Language Preference Selection • Simplified User Interface • Identification You can display the user information for the current print job on the printer operator panel. For further details, refer to 1 On the 2 The to 31 characters. Enter the preferred name in •...

  • Page 39: Language Preference Selection, Simplified User Interface

    Preference Selection Select the Language Preferences Properties dialog box. Simplified User For printer FS-1018 Printer Properties. Interface dialog box choose from inches or millimeters. check box and select the preferred language from the Language Preference list. To activate the new language, click...

  • Page 40: Page Description Language (pdl) Settings

    When this option is checked, Printer Properties appears in a simplified version when accessed from the Print dialog box of an application. The simplified user interface is shown below. Page Description Language (PDL) Settings You have the option to change the Page Description Language (PDL) by clicking on the tab.

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    Select select the desired languatge from the list. Refer to the table below for options and descriptions. Descriptions The most recent version of HP PCL and PCL 6. This PDL includes PCL 5e features. Specifies HP PCL 5c as the PDL.

  • Page 42: Administrator Settings, Job Accounting

    • To change the Administrator Password: Administrator Settings depending on your printer. The range of settings is shown on the two versions of Administrator Settings Job Accounting Job Accounting settings are specified by the system administrator to implement an accounting system for assessing charges or other budgetary applications.

  • Page 43: Job Name Display, Setting The Administrator Password

    Description Displays the job name during printing. The job name is the name sent from the application to the printer driver or it can be selected in the Job Settings dialog box before printing. Displays the user name during printing. The user name is the information entered according to the instructions in Displays the user group during printing.

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    To set the Administrator password: 1 Select the Lock these Settings 2 In the Set Password Re-enter the password in the The password must be between 4 to 16 characters. To change the Administrator Password: 1 On the Device Settings check box to access the dialog box, enter the new password in the Confirm new password...

  • Page 45: Compatibility Settings

    This feature allows you to change values for media sources, such as cassettes or the Multi- Purpose Feeder, so that the Kyocera Extended Driver is compatible with previous drivers of other manufacturers or older Kyocera printers. This alignment of old and new media sources allows all macros created under previous drivers to maintain compatibility under the new Kyocera Extended Driver.

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    2 The dialog box appears. From the list in the Compatibility Settings area, select the paper supply method. Enumeration The current value is listed in the 3 Enter the new value for the Enumerated Value and click parameters to the default by clicking 4 Select the Disable Face-up Reverse Page Order when output is face up.

  • Page 47: Auto Configuration

    Auto Configuration The Auto Configuration Tool lets users automatically configure the physical device settings of a printer through the Device Settings properties page if they are connected to the printer over a network. Auto Configure can detect printer devices such as input devices, output devices, RAM disk size, and hard disk size.

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    When completed, the following message will appear: The Auto Configure tool can not communicate with a printer if the printer is powered off or • in the middle of booting up process. In such cases, Auto Configure will display the following message after the time out.

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    1 When the Windows Security alert shown above appears, click Unblock to allow communication between the printer and your computer. When you click Unblock, Auto Configure is added to the Windows Firewall exception list, as shown in the example below. The Windows Firewall is accessed through the Control Panel.

  • Page 51: Chapter 3 Printing From Applications, Basic Printing Tasks

    Print Basic Printing 1 Insert the proper paper size (such as A4) into the printer's paper cassette. 2 From the application’s dialog box does not look the same in every application.

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    Print Collate ® When using Microsoft Word for the default tray. Use printer settings to open a list of installed printers. Select the desired printer. Number of copies is selected in the Compatibility Settings ® , we recommend that you click field.

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    5 Click 6 Click to access the Properties... tab, click the Media Page Size Printing from Applications dialog box. Properties list and select the appropriate page size.

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    For further details, refer to Size before Printing • The printer automatically selects paper size that matches the size specified above. A message appears requesting you to fill the multi-purpose tray if the proper paper size is not available.

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    Using a Different Print Size This section describes how to print documents of different sizes than the original document. The document image is automatically adjusted to match the output page size. 1 In the Properties dialog box, click the 2 In the list, select the original paper size.

  • Page 56: Scaling

    2 Specify the number of source pages in the horizontal direction for the page layout using • If you select four pages per sheet, then four pages are printed on a single sheet as shown in the dialog box in the example above. If as layout, pages are arranged from the top left corner to the bottom right corner.

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    Matching the Paper Size before Printing The printer automatically selects the paper size specified in the tab by default when you are printing on regular paper. However, the printer supports a wide variety of printing media depending on your printer model.

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    3 Access the printer Properties 4 Select the document paper size from the 5 From the list, select the type of media for printing, then click Media Type 6 Options available in the Media Type Media Type Usable Paper Cassettes...

  • Page 59: Printing On Paper Of Non-standard Sizes

    Printing on Paper of Non-Standard Sizes The printer can print on custom sizes of paper by defining them as custom paper sizes. For custom paper, supply the paper using the universal (adjustable) paper cassette or the multi-purpose tray.

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    5 Click Custom..The Custom Paper Sizes dialog box appears. 6 Click Add..Add Paper Size size in the Name field. The name can be up to 31 characters. 7 Enter the measurements in the selected from the User box.) 8 The following sizes are available for custom paper.

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    File 2 On the tab, select the name of your saved paper size in the Media Width = 150 mm Custom Paper Sizes Printer Properties , access the Print Printing from Applications dialog box. Confirm dialog box. (Select Print from list.

  • Page 62: Duplex Printing

    This section describes how to enable the duplex printing option. In order to activate this printing option, the duplex unit must be installed, and additional memory may be required depending on the printer model. For further details, refer to your printer's Operation Guide. For information on Booklet printing, see...

  • Page 63: Manual Duplex

    Manual Duplex is not available when settings are made in Advanced The steps for using Manual Duplex may vary, depending on your printer, what printer accessories you have installed, and what application you are printing from.

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    (shown below) appears telling the user to flip the printed pages over and re-insert them in the input bin of the printer. Some Kyocera printers have a manual duplex setting in Printer Preferences, on the Layout page.

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    When using a network port, select dialog box, accessed from the Compatibility Settings cannot be used on a network port in Windows 9x. To print on both sides, follow these steps: 1 In the tab, select Cassette 1. Media 2 In the Layout tab, select 3 Select...

  • Page 66: Reverse Order Printing, Prologue/epilogue

    Reverse Order Printing Prints document pages in reverse order, from the last page to the first. When heavy or other special papers are printed face up, the reverse order printing function places the order of pages into numerical order as shown below. Print pages in reverse order 1 Access the 2 Select the...

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    This function embeds the PRESCRIBE command in the document. This allows execution • of macros that contain settings such as printer emulation and foreign characters or overlays. specifies the location for burying the PRESCRIBE command, such as at Insert Location •...

  • Page 68: Printing Watermarks

    Printing Watermarks When printing using watermarks, your preferred text is printed in the document background. You can choose one of four standard watermarks or enter your own text. Selecting the Watermark 1 From the application’s menu and select 2 Click the 3 Clear the 4 Select from the Watermark Selection...

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    Adding Watermarks You can enter the text for a new watermark. The text font, color, size, and style can be adjusted. 1 From the application’s menu and select Properties 2 Click the tab. Watermark 3 Clear the Disable Feature 4 Click Add...

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    6 Enter a name for your watermark in the be printed as a watermark in the 7 In the Text Attributes section, specify the 8 In the area, specify the Text Attributes Monochrome printers: Select • down list. Color printers: Select from the •...

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    10 In the Text Attributes area regular, italic, bold, or bold and italic. 11 Click Selecting and Creating Custom Colors (Color printers only) In the setting, selecting the Color addition to the basic system colors, you can also create customized colors. 1 When you set the color in the click [...]...

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    3 On the color matrix, enter the numerical values for the hue, saturation, and luminosity levels. The created color appears in the Hue and Saturation (Sat) Adjustment: • Click and drag the pointer left/right or up/down to adjust the hue and saturation levels. Luminosity (Lum) Adjustment: •...

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    3 Specify the Text Angle right) or to select Angle counterclockwise from 0 to 360 degrees). Drag the slider horizontally or type the value. The angle of the text can be Angle: • manually adjusted by placing the mouse pointer on the center or end of the text and dragging it to the desired position.

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    2 From the Watermark Selection Delete 3 Click OK to confirm the deletion Editing Added Watermarks Edit your own watermarks by following the steps below. When editing your added watermarks, you can change the watermark text, font, color, size, and style. 1 Clear the Disable Feature 2 From the...

  • Page 75: Adjusting Image Settings

    Watermark Page Settings 1 In the first page, Enter the pages in the box to print the watermark on specific pages. For example, to print the watermark on pages 1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12, enter [1,3,5-12]. 2 Select the Enable the Cover Mode option in the Advanced Media Settings on the to print the watermark text on the front or front and back covers.

  • Page 76: Print Quality

    Print Quality You can specify the printer settings for Resolution and EcoPrint. Options Resolution EcoPrint 1 From the 2 In the 3 Click to select the Print Quality Options High quality Proof (monochrome printers only) Draft Custom When you select Custom for the Print Quality, then click Print Quality Settings dialog box appears.

  • Page 77: Grayscale Adjustment

    For color printers, these options are only available for monochrome printing. Grayscale Grayscale Adjustment graphics produced by monochrome printers. This setting is available on color printer models Adjustment when the monochrome option is active. Text remains unchanged. To adjust grayscale settings:...

  • Page 78: Font Downloading

    Substitute with Device fonts Disable Device fonts 1 Even if you send the TrueType fonts to the printer as outline fonts or bitmap images, for common fonts, the printer substitutes fonts resident on the printer in certain cases. Descriptions Adjusts the contrast (the proportion of light to dark) of graphics. The faintest contrast setting is -100 and the strongest is +100.

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    Disable Device fonts Descriptions Determines the fonts that are substituted by the printer. Determines which printer fonts are used as substitutions. Select Substitute with Device fonts to activate Font Substitution. Displays the available fonts in the Font Substitution dialog box.

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    Advanced Graphic Settings -- PCL 1 On the Imaging tab, click appears. 2 Determine the Options Options Print Text as Black Print Graphics as Black (monochrome printers only) Mirror Print (Color Printers Only) 3 Click to save the settings. Detailed Graphics Settings -- KPDL 1 Click Graphics Settings...

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    3 Click the Optimization list and select options and descriptions below. Image Data Format Descriptions Options Fast Printing (Recommended) Delivers image data in binary format. You can reduce the amount of spooler data and raise printing speed. Document Portability Delivers image data in ASCII (7 bit) format. 4 Determine the Options settings.

  • Page 82: Adjusting Color, Color Mode

    Color (CMYK) Continuous Tone Gloss Mode table below. Print dialog box of the application, access the printer in the dialog box opened from the Print dialog box, click the Properties Color dialog box. The Halftone Screen check box.

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    3 Click the Color Mode below. Color Mode Settings Options Color (CMYK) Monochrome Custom Color Mode Definitions If you specify Custom as the settings. Detailed settings are available for Tone, Gloss Mode, Monochrome 1 For the , select Color Mode 2 Click next to [...]...

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    A set of parameters called a profile is selected and applied. The KX printer driver offers a variety of profiles for each simulation of Color matching options are described below.

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    Image Color Management (ICM) technology relies upon associating an output device like a printer with a Color Profile. An ICM Profile for a printer contains information about rendering accurate color information for that device. For further details about making these settings, refer to the next section, Settings.

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    2 Choose from the Rendering Intent options listed in the table below. ICM Setting Options Optimize for Exact Color (Colormetric) Optimize for Color Contrast (Best for Images) Optimize for Color Saturation (Best for Graphs) 3 Click to save the To make this function effective, set the Color Profile as the default on the Color Management tab.

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    2 The Color Reproduction to save the color reproduction settings. Mode Options Auto 1 Auto 2 Auto 3 Auto 4 Picture Image Text Chart (Graphics) Color Adjustment Settings -- HSL You can save the three Color Adjustment and saving instructions are described below. 1 From the Color Adjustment dialog box appears.

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    2 Click [...] next to the list to display the 3 In the Color Space area, select Color Space Option HSL (Hue, Saturation, and Lightness) 4 By clicking the buttons beneath the photograph, you can select from three different photographic images. Color Adjustment dialog box.

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    5 Since the colors emphasized by each of the photographs are different, this simplifies the color adjustment process. Crayons Saturation or RGB adjustment 6 Complete the Hue Adjustment Coordinated Hue Adjustment • slider to the right or left to increase or decrease the value between -180 and +180.

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    8 Click 9 Click to save the settings. Color Adjustment Settings -- RGB You can save the three Color Adjustment and saving instructions are described below. 1 From the Color Adjustment 2 Click [...] next to the list to display the settings as Custom selections.

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    3 In Color Space , select mode. Color Space Option 4 By clicking the buttons beneath the photograph, you can select from three different photographic images. 5 The color adjustment process is simplified since the colors emphasized by each of the photographs below varies.

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    7 Click to save the color adjustment settings. 8 Click...

  • Page 93: Chapter 4 Using Optional Equipment, Staple, Using The Stapler

    Booklet Printing feature is available. For further details, refer to Booklet Printing After installation, optional equipment must be selected by the printer driver (device settings). For further details, refer to Printed documents can be stapled in the positions shown below.

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    To set stapler settings: 1 From the application’s menu and select Properties 2 On the tab, select Output 3 Select the Staple check box in the the stapling position: Upper Left 4 Click on the right of the stapling position. The [...] Specify the number of pages to staple by adjusting the arrows in the All Sheets (maximum of 50):...

  • Page 95: Offset

    Offset output tray. is available on printers with a supported finisher (optional) installed. Offset After installation, optional equipment must be recognized by the printer driver (device settings). For further details, refer to Offset Using the Offset 1 From the application’s be printed.

  • Page 96: Punch

    After the first set is delivered, the second set will be delivered offset to the side. Then the printer delivers the third set in the same position as the first and the fourth set in the same position as the second.

  • Page 97: Cover Mode, Page Insert, And Transparency Interleaving, Printing With Covers

    This section describes the cover mode, page insert, and transparency interleaving features of the printer driver. When the Cover Mode, Page Insert, and Transparency Interleaving options are used with the multi-purpose tray, cassette mode (the default setting), must be set. For further details, refer to the print system's Operation Guide.

  • Page 98: Cover Printing Options

    3 Select the following table. Cover Printing Options Check Box Selection Front Front Front Outside Front Front Inside Duplex Printing (page 50). Cover Mode check box. Select your desired page arrangement as shown in the Cover Insertion Type • Inserts a blank front cover. Front cover •...

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    Check Box Selection Front Print Onto Front Outside Print Onto Front Inside Duplex Printing (page 50). Front and Back Front and Back Front Outside Front and Back Front Inside Duplex Printing (page 50). Front and Back Front Outside Front Inside Duplex Printing (page 50).

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    Check Box Selection Front and Back Back Inside Front and Back Back Outside Duplex Printing (page 50). Front and Back Back Inside Back Outside Duplex Printing (page 50). Front and Back Front Outside Front Inside Back Inside Back Outside Duplex Printing (page 50). Cover Insertion Type •...

  • Page 101: Page Insert

    Print to start printing. Page Insert Cover mode Transparency Interleaving dialog box, access the printer Print menu and select Properties Using Optional Equipment may be used simultaneously, they cannot be described in Transparency Interleaving .

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    2 In the Properties dialog box, click the 3 Select the check box. Select the check box corresponding to your desired page Page Insert arrangement as shown in the following table. To print on both the front and back of the inserted page, enable the Print onto Front Check Box Options...

  • Page 103: Combinations

    Check Box Options Page Insert Print onto Front Page Insert Print onto Back Duplex Printing (page 50). Page Insert Print onto Front Print onto Back Duplex Printing (page 50). Combinations To adjust media combination settings: 1 Enter the page number to insert. A page will be inserted between the page number you entered and the page before it.

  • Page 104: Transparency Interleaving

    File 2 From the to return to the dialog box. Media to return to the Print dialog box. and begin printing. dialog box, access the printer Print menu and select Properties Source list on the Media tab, select . Select...

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    Using Optional Equipment 3 From the Media Type list, select Transparency 4 Click to access the dialog box. Advanced... Advanced Media Settings...

  • Page 106: Booklet Printing

    5 Select the inserted pages as well, Select the 6 From the When you choose the media type, the source cassette where that media is loaded will be automatically selected. 7 Click 8 Click 9 Load transparency into the multi-purpose tray. 10 Click Booklet Printing Using the Booklet Printing option, you can print a two-page layout on both sides of single...

  • Page 107: Left-edge And Right-edge Binding

    4 Complete the following steps to utilize the stapling feature. Outside Outside Inside Outside Outside Inside Print dialog box, access the printer menu and select Properties and click the Properties check box. Choose either Booklet Mode Using Optional Equipment Outside...

  • Page 108: Collating Modes, Sorter Modes

    8 Click 9 Click Collating Modes By attaching a sorter to your printer, you can specify how printed documents are stacked in the output trays after printing. The number of output trays and their receiving capacity (the number of sheets) varies depending on the sorter model, refer to your sorter's Operation Guide.

  • Page 109: Sorter Mode Differences

    This function requires a hard disk installed • in the printer or a RAM Disk. For setup information, refer to RAM Disk Settings page 33. Collating produces the specified number of •...

  • Page 110: Non-collating

    2 From the 3 Select the 4 Select the number of complete sets in the option, specify the number of copies not to exceed the number of trays. The document page length must not exceed the tray capacity (for example, 200 sheets). 5 Click number of copies are produced in separate trays.

  • Page 111: Mailbox Mode

    3 Clear the 4 Click number of copies of each page of the document are delivered to each tray. Mailbox Mode 1 From the 2 Select the Mailbox 1) 3 Click delivered to the specified tray, (for example Collate check box. to return to the application’s Print list, select...

  • Page 112: Rotate Collate, Job Settings

    (A4) and Landscape (A4-R) would be used when printing onto A4 paper. The MP tray can also be used as a paper source. This function requires a hard disk installed in the printer or a RAM Disk. For further details on Hard Disk settings, refer to...

  • Page 113: Quick Copy

    • Sometimes the application settings are given priority over the printer driver settings, causing a change in the output method. • If you select one of the Job Settings options, the hard disk icon appears in the lower corner of the 3-D image.

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    Printing Additional Copies of Quick Copy Jobs The actual key operation may differ depending on the model. 1 Press the MENU key on the printer operator panel. 2 Press the key repeatedly until 3 Press the key to access the submenu.

  • Page 115: Printing The Remaining Copies Of Proof And Hold Jobs, Private Print

    The printed jobs will and Hold Jobs remain saved on the hard disk until the printer is turned off. To delete jobs manually, use the same key operations as explained in...

  • Page 116: Printing Private Print Jobs, Job Storage

    Job Storage The Job Storage feature saves jobs on the hard disk for future printing, even if the printer is switched off. You can also use access codes to restrict the printing of forms.

  • Page 117: Printing Jobs Saved Using Job Storage, Virtual Mailbox

    You must create and setup your virtual mailboxes prior to utilizing this feature. The Virtual Mailbox feature is available when the printer is set to emulate HP PCL 5e, PCL XL, or PCL 5c. For information on emulation settings, refer to...

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    • Up to 255 mailboxes can be created. The total mailbox capacity varies depending on the printer model and the size of the hard disk installed. For example, an ECOSYS FS-1800 printer with a 1 GB microdrive offers an initial mailbox capacity of 50 MB. For further details on virtual mailbox capacities of each model, refer to the printer’s Operation Guide.

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    3 Click Properties in the list. The tab. 4 Select the check box. The Hard Disk 5 Click and enter any name into For example, name the mailbox after the user or department. The name can be up to 31 characters in length.

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    Once saved, the list can be read by other printer drivers. 1 Follow the instructions in the previous section to display the printer driver that will be the source of the list. Click 2 The Export VMB List...

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    Properties 3 Click Job Settings... 4 Select the Job Storage (e-MPS) Hard Disk Settings of the printer driver that are the dialog box appears. Select the virtual mailbox data file you wish to list. Open Print dialog box, access the...

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    Follow these steps to print the jobs lists of virtual mailboxes. You can print a list if there is at least one job saved in the virtual mailbox. The list is printed from the printer operator panel. 1 On the printer operator panel, press the...

  • Page 123: Temporary And Permanent Jobs

    The job list information shows the number of saved jobs, number of pages, size, and other specific details for each virtual mailbox. The symbol indicates jobs in the mailbox. Printing Jobs in Virtual Mailboxes 1 On the printer operator panel, press the 2 Press the 3 Press the 4 Press the This menu is not available if all virtual mailboxes are empty.

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    Permanent jobs remain saved until removed by the user. Printing and Saving Temporary and Permanent Jobs Check that your printer has an optional hard disk installed. 1 From the application’s menu).

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    Kyocera Software Library CD-ROM. The KM-NET for Clients communicates with the printer using TCP/IP protocol. To make a local connection with your computer, the KX printer driver must be installed on it. Local connection cannot be used in Windows 2000.

  • Page 126: Printing Additional Copies Of Saved Jobs

    To delete jobs manually, right-click on the job name and select For further details, refer to KM-NET for Clients Operation Guide. Printing You can reprint saved print jobs using the optional barcode reader. Use the printer’s serial interface to connect the barcode reader to the printer. Additional...

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    By simply reading the barcode with the barcode reader, you can reprint either a page or the entire job. Printing a barcode on a print job 1 From the application’s menu). 2 Open the dialog box, and click the Properties 3 Click Job Settings...

  • Page 128: Reading With The Barcode Reader

    When printing, the barcode is printed in the designated position. Reading with the When the printed job ID is read by the barcode reader, the printer outputs that page. Barcode Reader If the barcode on the front cover is read, all pages are printed.

  • Page 129: Saving Profiles, Creating Profiles

    Profiles can be easily added, edited, or deleted. Profiles from other printers can also be read. If a shared profile is installed when printer driver option settings are being set, its icon is displayed in the list on the...

  • Page 130

    4 Click to access the Add Profile 5 Enter a Name for the Profile Information 31 characters. 6 Select a color for the Profile Information to sort icons by color. 7 Enter comments about the settings into the 256 characters can be entered for the comments. 8 Click to save the profile.

  • Page 131: Editing Profiles

    Print Properties tab in the Profile Properties Using Optional Equipment Profile Information to activate the displayed printer settings. . (Select Properties dialog box. Profile Selections , and click Edit displays from the...

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    Importing and Exporting Profiles You can save your profile on your personal computer and have it read by other printers. The profiles on several printers can be shared. Print results may vary depending on the printer model. 1 From the application’s...

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    Save the profile. 5 Specify the save location in the and click . Close the Save Properties Read source 6 In the destination printer driver, click the Import... Read Destination Using Optional Equipment Profile Selections , and click Save in list, enter a name for the file in the dialog box.

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    Do you want to continue?”, to return to the Profile tab. Read destination 9 The profile read by the printer driver displays in the is finished. Read destination Look in “Some profile settings are not applicable to there are unusable functions in this profile. Click...

  • Page 135: Setting Information

    Using Optional Equipment Setting Information You can confirm settings made on the Media, Layout, Imaging, Color, Output, Prologue/ tabs. Epilogue, Watermark, Device Settings By simply clicking Setting Information... on the Printing Preferences/Properties dialog box, current driver settings can be displayed in a tree view. Displayed settings may vary depending on the PDL...

  • Page 137: Appendix A Available Fonts

    Font Name Albertus Extra Bold Albertus Medium Antique Olive Antique Olive Bold Antique Olive Italic Arial Arial Bold Arial Italic Arial Bold Italic CG Times CG Times Bold CG Times Italic CG Times Bold Italic CG Omega CG Omega Bold CG Omega Italic CG Omega Bold Italic Clarendon Condensed Bold...

  • Page 139: Index

    Accessing Printer Properties Adjusting Color Administrator Password Administrator Settings Applications, printing from Assigning Virtual Mailboxes Auto Configuration Barcode Reader reading with Basic Printing Tasks Binding Left-Edge and Right-Edge Booklet Printing – Booklet Stitcher Punch Settings Cassettes Collate, rotate Collating Modes...

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    Grayscale Adjustment Half Tone Screen Settings Halftone Screen ICM Settings Identification Image Settings Image Data Format Options Image Refinement Inserting a page – Installation Installing Components Installing Optional Devices Job Accounting Job Name Display Job Settings Job Storage – Jobs temporary and permanent KM-NET for Clients using to print saved jobs...

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    PRESCRIBE Print and Hold printing remaining copies Print Borders Print Quality Print Size Printer Driver updating Printer Properties accessing Printing basic tasks booklet covers – duplex from Applications Job ID using the barcode reader multiple pages on Paper of Non-Standard Sizes...

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    – using Subsitution of fonts Temporary and Permanent Jobs printing transparencies Transparency Interleaving True Type Options TrueType Unit of Measurement USB Connection User Interface simplified User Settings Virtual Mailbox assigning printing job lists printing jobs in saving jobs – – Watermarks adding deleting text...

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    Revision 1.3 2005.2...

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