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  • Page 1 MULTIFUNCTIONAL DIGITAL SYSTEMS Printing Guide...
  • Page 3: Software License Agreement

    ELECTRONIC FILE INCLUDED ON THE USER DOCUMENTATION CD-ROM INCLUDED HEREWITH; HOWEVER, ALL SOFTWARE AND DOCUMENTATION DEVELOPED OR CRE- ATED BY OR FOR TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION (“TTEC”) ARE PROPRIETARY PROD- UCTS OF TTEC AND ARE PROTECTED BY COPYRIGHT LAWS, INTERNATIONAL TREATY PROVISIONS, AND OTHER APPLICABLE LAWS.
  • Page 4: Limitation Of Liability

    U.S. Government is subject to restrictions set forth in subdivision (b) (3) (ii) or (c) (i) (ii) of the Rights in Technical Data and Computer Software Clause set forth in 252.227-7013, or 52.227-19 (c) (2) of the DOD FAR, as appropriate. Contractor/Manufacturer is TOSHIBA TEC Corporation, 6-78, Minami-cho, Mishima-shi, Shizuoka-ken, 411-8520, Japan.
  • Page 5: Trademarks And Copyright

    Copyright © 2005 TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION All rights reserved Under the copyright laws, this manual cannot be reproduced in any form without prior written permission of TTEC. No patent liability is assumed, however, with respect to the use of the infor- mation contained herein.
  • Page 6: Preface

    The term “e-Filing” in this manual is an abbreviation of “electronic filing”. Lineup of Our Manuals Thank you for purchasing the TOSHIBA multifunctional digital systems e-STUDIO452 Series or e-STUDIO282 Series. We have provided you with these manuals for the operation of this equipment. Select and read the manual best suited to your needs.
  • Page 7 Operator’s Manual Basic Functions This Operator’s Manual Basic Functions describes how to use the basic functions of this equipment mainly focusing on the copying function. Also this manual contains safety precautions for users to be observed. Be sure to read it first carefully. User Functions Guide This User Functions Guide describes the functions and settings under the [USER FUNCTIONS] button on the control panel of this equipment.
  • Page 8 Network Administration Guide This Network Administration Guide explains the guidelines for setting up network servers to provide various network services, and troubleshoot- ing for network administrators. Printing Guide This Printing Guide explains how to install the client software for printing from Microsoft Windows, Apple Mac OS, and UNIX computers, and print to the equipment.
  • Page 9 Viewer The e-BRIDGE Viewer provides the functions to view and find the docu- ments in e-Filing boxes on the TOSHIBA e-STUDIO MULTIFUNC- TIONAL DIGITAL SYSTEMS from a client computer via TCP/IP network, and also it can view and find the files in your computer.
  • Page 10: Precautions In This Manual

    Precautions in this manual To ensure correct and safe use of this equipment, this operator’s manual describes safety pre- cautions according to the three levels shown below. You should fully understand the meaning and importance of these items before reading this manual.
  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT ............3 TRADEMARKS AND COPYRIGHT ...............5 Preface......................6 Chapter 1 Overview Features and Functions ................16 About the Client CD-ROM ................17 For Windows....................17 For Macintosh..................18 For UNIX....................18 Chapter 2 Installing Client Software for Windows About the Installation.................20 About Client Software for Windows ............20 Planning for Installation ................20 Installing Client Software for USB Printing..........27...
  • Page 12 Chapter 3 Installing Client Software for Macintosh About the Installation................140 About Client Software for Macintosh .............140 Planning for Installation .................140 Installing the Printer on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.4.x....141 Installing the Macintosh PPD File............141 Configuring the Printer on Mac OS X 10.4.x .........144 Configuring the Printer on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.3.x ..157 Installing the Printer on Mac OS 8.6/9.x ..........168 Installing the Macintosh PPD File............168...
  • Page 13: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 6 Printing from Macintosh Printing from Application on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.4.x ..276 Considerations and Limitations .............276 How to Print from Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.4.x ......276 Page Setup Dialog on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.4.x ....277 Print Dialog on Mac OS X 10.3.x to Mac OS X 10.4.x......278 Print Dialog on Mac OS X 10.2.x............292 Printing from Application on Mac OS 8.6 to 9.x ........304...
  • Page 14 Device Status Indicators................382 Chapter 11 Appendix Managing Fonts with Font Manager ............386 Installing Font Manager .................386 Searching Fonts ..................386 Installing Fonts in Windows ..............386 Uninstalling Fonts in Windows...............387 Removing Fonts from the Computer .............387 Displaying Font Preview ................387 Creating a Font Group................388 Sorting Fonts in the List.................388 Internal Fonts List ..................390 Internal PCL Fonts List ................390...
  • Page 15: Overview

    Overview This section describes the overview of the printing functions. Features and Functions ..................16 About the Client CD-ROM ..................17 For Windows .............................17 For Macintosh ...........................18 For UNIX ............................18...
  • Page 16: Features And Functions

    1 Overview Features and Functions The printing features are available only when the Printer Kit or Printer/Scanner Kit is installed. Extensive Client Platform Support This equipment supports printing from IBM-compatible PC, Macintosh, and UNIX workstations. Not all features are supported on all platforms, however. Various Port Options You can map this equipment to print to a SMB, IPP, Raw TCP, or LPR port.
  • Page 17: About The Client Cd-rom

    About the Client CD-ROM For Windows The contents of the Client Utilities CD-ROM: Client Software Installer [Client Utilities CD-ROM]:\Client\setup.exe This is the setup program to install the printer drivers, and TopAccessDocMon on your com- puter. The Font Manager is provided in the Font CD-ROM that comes with the Printer Kit or Printer/Scanner Kit.
  • Page 18: For Macintosh

    1 Overview For Macintosh The contents of the Client Utilities CD-ROM: Macintosh PPD files [Client Utilities CD-ROM]:Client:MacPPD:OS9:<language> This includes the PPD file for Apple LaserWriter8 to enable printing from Macintosh on the Mac OS 8.6, Mac OS 9.x, and Mac OS X 10.1/10.2 Classic Mode [Client Utilities CD-ROM]:Client:MacPPD:OSX This includes the PPD file to enable printing from Macintosh on the Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.4.x.
  • Page 19: Installing Client Software For Windows

    Installing Client Software for Windows This section describes the instructions on how to install the client software on Windows. About the Installation .....................20 About Client Software for Windows....................20 Planning for Installation........................20 Installing Client Software for USB Printing ............27 Installation for USB Printing by Plug and Play ..................27 Installing Client Software for Raw TCP/LPR Printing ..........38 Installation for Raw TCP/LPR Printing Using the Installer ..............38 Installation for Raw TCP/LPR Printing by Add Printer Wizard ............51...
  • Page 20: About The Installation

    2 Installing Client Software for Windows About the Installation About Client Software for Windows Printer Drivers Printer drivers are software components that enable application programs to interact with the printer. The e-STUDIO452 Series or e-STUDIO282 Series comes with two printer drivers, PCL6 and PS3 (PostScript) printer drivers.
  • Page 21 — When TopAccessDocMon Has Been Installed Previously If the TopAccessDocMon have been installed from other e-STUDIO Client Utilities CD-ROM, uninstall the TopAccessDocMon then install them from the e-STUDIO452 Series or e- STUDIO282 Series Client Utilities CD-ROM. TopAccessDocMon can be used for e- STUDIO3510c Series, e-STUDIO451c Series, e-STUDIO850 Series, e-STUDIO452 Series, e- STUDIO282 Series, e-STUDIO4511 Series, e-STUDIO450 Series, and e-STUDIO280 Series.
  • Page 22: About Installation Procedure

    2 Installing Client Software for Windows About Installation Procedure Please find the installation procedure suited to your environment from the following: P.22 “USB Connection” P.22 “Local Area Network over TCP/IP” P.24 “Internet Connection” P.25 “Novell Printing” — USB Connection Available for: Windows Me, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Win- dows Vista Connecting with USB...
  • Page 23: Smb Printing

    You can also perform FTP printing over the TCP/IP network. For more information about FTP printing, please refer to the following section. P.338 “FTP Printing” Raw TCP/LPR Printing Available for: Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista Connecting over TCP/IP Network Windows NT 4.0...
  • Page 24: Internet Connection

    2 Installing Client Software for Windows This equipment can be used with an SMB printer connection that allows you to connect to this equipment using File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks service. SMB printing is the common method used to set up the printer. However, SMB printing is not suitable for printing a large amount of documents.
  • Page 25: Novell Printing

    — Novell Printing Available for: Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003 Connecting with a NetWare Environment over TCP/IP or IPX/SPX Network NetWare 5.1 NetWare 6.0 NetWare 6.5 Setting up the Novell printer connection Setting up the SMB printer connection to Novell print queue...
  • Page 26 2 Installing Client Software for Windows — Novell iPrint Available for: Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003 Connecting with a Novell iPrint Environment over TCP/IP Network NetWare 6.0 NetWare 6.5 Setting up the Novell iPrint connection Setting up the iPrint printer connection...
  • Page 27: Installing Client Software For Usb Printing

    Installing Client Software for USB Printing This section describes how to set up the printer drivers when this equipment is connected with USB cable. To set up the printer drivers for USB printing, you must install the printer drivers by Plug and Play functions instead of installing the client software using the installer in the Client Utilities CD- ROM.
  • Page 28 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Select "Install from a list or specific location (Advanced)" and click [Next]. Select “Search for the best driver in these locations.” and check only the “Include this location in the search” check box. Then click [Browse].
  • Page 29 Locate the directory where the printer driver for Windows XP/ Server 2003/Vista is located and click [OK]. To install the PCL6 printer driver, locate "[CD-ROM drive]:\Client\W2K_XP_VISTA\PCL6\<language>". To install the PS3 printer driver, locate "[CD-ROM drive]:\Client\W2K_XP_VISTA\PS\<language>". When using Windows XP x64 or Windows Vista x64, select the following folder. To install the PCL6 printer driver, locate "[CD-ROM drive]:\Client\XP_VISTA_X64\PCL6\<language>".
  • Page 30: Windows 2000

    2 Installing Client Software for Windows Click [Finish]. The installation is completed. Before using the printer driver for printing, please configure the installed options of the equipment and department code (if required) on the printer driver. P.206 “Before Using the Printer Driver” Windows 2000 Installing the printer driver for USB printing by Plug and Play You must log into Windows as a user who has the “Administrators”...
  • Page 31 Select "Search for a suitable driver for my device (recommended)" and click [Next]. Insert the Client Utilities CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. When inserting the Client Utilities CD-ROM, the installer may automatically start. Click [Cancel] to exit the installer and continue the operation. Select only “Specify a location”...
  • Page 32 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Locate the directory where the printer driver for Windows 2000 is located, select a inf file, and click [Open]. To install the PCL6 printer driver, locate "[CD-ROM drive]:\Client\W2K_XP_VISTA\PCL6\<language>". To install the PS3 printer driver, locate "[CD-ROM drive]:\Client\W2K_XP_VISTA\PS\<language>".
  • Page 33 Click [Finish]. The installation is completed. Before using the printer driver for printing, please configure the installed options of the equipment and department code (if required) on the printer driver. P.206 “Before Using the Printer Driver” Windows Me Installing the printer driver for USB printing by Plug and Play Power on this equipment and your computer.
  • Page 34 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Select “Automatic search for a better driver (Recommended)” and click [Next]. It starts searching the USB driver. When the USB port driver is found in the Client Utilities CD-ROM, it automatically installs the USB port driver. If the USB port driver cannot be installed automatically, click [Back] in the displayed dia- log box, make sure the Client Utilities CD-ROM is inserted in the CD-ROM drive, and then click [Next] to install the USB port driver again.
  • Page 35 Select "Search for the best driver for your device (Recommended)" and click [Next]. Check only the “Specify a location” check box and click [Browse]. The Browse for Folder dialog box appears. Locate the directory where the printer driver for Windows 98/Me is located and click [OK].
  • Page 36 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Click [Next]. Click [Next]. Change the name if desired and click [Next]. If any printer drivers have installed on the computer, select whether using this printer as a default printer. Installing Client Software for USB Printing...
  • Page 37 Select "Yes (recommended)" to print a test page and click [Finish]. Start copying files. Make sure the test page is successfully printed and click [Yes]. Click [Finish]. The installation is completed. Before using the printer driver for printing, please configure the installed options of the equipment and department code (if required) on the printer driver.
  • Page 38: Installing Client Software For Raw Tcp/lpr Printing

    2 Installing Client Software for Windows Installing Client Software for Raw TCP/LPR Printing This section describes how to set up the printer drivers for Raw TCP/LPR printing which is avail- able for the local area network over TCP/IP. There are Two ways to set up the printer drivers for Raw TCP/LPR printing: Using the installer in the Client Utilities CD-ROM You can set up the printer drivers for Raw TCP/LPR printing by installing the printer drivers using the installer in the Client Utilities CD-ROM.
  • Page 39 Select your language and click [OK]. The License Agreement screen is displayed. Select “I accept the terms of the license agreement” and click [Next]. The Setup Type screen is displayed. Select “Custom” and click [Next]. The Select Components screen is displayed. Installing Client Software for Raw TCP/LPR Printing...
  • Page 40 For e-STUDIO452 Series TopAccessDocMon — Check this to install the Document Monitor. TOSHIBA e-STUDIO452 Series PCL6 — Check this to install the PCL6 printer driver. TOSHIBA e-STUDIO452 Series PSL3 — Check this to install the PS3 printer driver. For e-STUDIO282 Series TopAccessDocMon —...
  • Page 41 Click [Next]. If you want to change the location where the programs are installed, click [Browse]. In the dialog box that appears, select the folder and click [OK]. The Select Port screen is displayed. If the following dialog box appears, click [Continue] to proceed the operation. Select “Local Port”...
  • Page 42 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Click [Next]. If you want to change the program folder, rename the folder in the “Program Folder” field. Starts copying files and the InstallShield Wizard Complete screen is displayed when copying files are completed. When you select to install the N/W-Fax driver, the Digital Signature Not Found dialog box appears while copying files.
  • Page 43 Continue to configure the Raw TCP or LPR port. The procedure to configure the Raw TCP or LPR port differs depending on the version of Windows used. P.43 “Configuring the Raw TCP/LPR port for Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista” P.48 “Configuring the LPR port for Windows NT 4.0” Configuring the Raw TCP/LPR port for Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista After you install the client software using the installer in the Client Utilities CD-ROM, create the Raw TCP or LPR port.
  • Page 44 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Select the printer driver and select [Properties] in the [File] menu. The printer driver properties dialog box appears. When using Windows Vista, click the [Delete] in the Organize tab. Display the [Ports] tab and click [Add Port...]. The Printer Ports dialog box appears.
  • Page 45 Click [Next]. Enter the IP address of this equipment in the “Printer Name or IP Address” field and click [Next]. If your network uses a DNS or WINS server, enter the printer name of this equipment provided from DNS or WINS in the “Printer Name or IP Address” field. In the “Port Name”...
  • Page 46 2 Installing Client Software for Windows When the LPD Print setting is enabled, you can also configure LPR printing. When you want to configure LPR printing, follow the procedure below. Select “Custom” and click [Settings...]. Select “LPR” at the “Protocol” option, enter “Print” in the “Queue Name” field at the “LPR Settings”...
  • Page 47 Click [Finish]. The screen returns to the Printer Ports dialog box. Click [Close] to close the Printer Ports dialog box. Make sure the created Raw TCP or LPR port is checked in the “Print to the following port(s)” list and click [Close]. Before using the printer driver for printing, please configure the installed options of the equipment and department code (if required) on the printer driver.
  • Page 48 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Configuring the LPR port for Windows NT 4.0 After you install the client software using the installer in the Client Utilities CD-ROM, create the LPR port. For instructions on how to install the client software, see the following section. P.38 “Installing the client software for Raw TCP/LPR printing using the installer”...
  • Page 49 Display the [Ports] tab and click [Add Port...]. The Printer Ports dialog box appears. Select “LPR Port” and click [New Port...]. The Add LPR compatible printer dialog box appears. If “LPR Port” is not listed, make sure the TCP/IP Printing Service is installed on your Win- dows NT 4.0.
  • Page 50 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Click [Close] to close the Printer Ports dialog box. Make sure the created LPR port is checked in the “Print to the fol- lowing port(s)” list and click [OK] to save settings. Before using the printer driver for printing, please configure the installed options of the equipment and department code (if required) on the printer driver.
  • Page 51: Installation For Raw Tcp/lpr Printing By Add Printer Wizard

    Installation for Raw TCP/LPR Printing by Add Printer Wizard The procedure to install the printer driver for Raw TCP/LPR printing by Add Printer Wizard dif- fers depending on the version of the Windows being used. P.51 “Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista” P.59 “Windows NT 4.0” TopAccessDocMon is also available for Raw TCP/LPR printing.
  • Page 52 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Click the [Add a printer] in the Printer Tasks menu. When using the Windows 2000, double-click [Add Printer] icon. The Add Printer Wizard dialog box appears. When using the Windows Vista, Add Printer dialog box appears. Click [Next].
  • Page 53 Select “Create a new port” and select “Standard TCP/IP Port” in the “Type of port” drop down menu. Then click [Next]. The Add Standard TCP/IP Printer Port Wizard dialog box appears. Click [Next]. Enter the IP address of this equipment in the “Printer Name or IP Address”...
  • Page 54 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Select “Standard” and click [Next]. When the LPD Print setting is enabled, you can also configure LPR printing. When you want to configure LPR printing, follow the procedure below. Select “Custom” and click [Settings...]. Select “LPR”...
  • Page 55 Click [Next]. Click [Finish]. Click [Have Disk...]. The Install From Disk dialog box appears. Installing Client Software for Raw TCP/LPR Printing...
  • Page 56 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Click [Browse...]. The Locate File dialog box appears. Insert the Client Utilities CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. When inserting the Client Utilities CD-ROM, the installer may automatically start. Click [Cancel] to exit the installer and continue the operation. Locate the directory where the printer driver for Windows 2000/XP/ Server 2003 is located and click [Open].
  • Page 57 Select the printer driver and click [Next]. If the same printer driver has been installed, the following dialog box appears. If it appears, select “Replace existing driver” and click [Next]. Change the name if desired and click [Next]. If any printer drivers have installed on the computer, select whether using this printer as a default printer.
  • Page 58 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Select whether this printer is shared or not, and click [Next]. Select "Yes" to print a test page and click [Next]. Click [Finish]. Start copying files. The installation is completed. Before using the printer driver for printing, please configure the installed options of the equipment and department code (if required) on the printer driver.
  • Page 59 Windows NT 4.0 Installing the printer driver for LPR printing by Add Printer Wizard You must log into Windows NT 4.0 as a user who has the “Administrators” or “Power Users” priv- ilege. Click [Start], select [Settings], and click [Printers] to open the Print- ers folder.
  • Page 60 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Click [Add Port...]. The Printer Ports dialog box appears. Select “LPR Port” and click [New Port...]. The Add LPR compatible printer dialog box appears. If “LPR Port” is not listed, make sure the TCP/IP Printing Service is installed on your Win- dows NT 4.0.
  • Page 61 Make sure that the created LPR Port is selected in the “Available ports” list and click [Next]. Click [Have Disk...]. The Install From Disk dialog box appears. Click [Browse...]. The “A:\ is not accessible” message appears. Click [Cancel]. The Locate File dialog box appears. Insert the Client Utilities CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.
  • Page 62 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Locate the directory where the printer driver for Windows NT 4.0 is located and click [Open]. To install the PCL6 printer driver, locate "[CD-ROM drive]:\Client\NT\PCL6\<language>". To install the PS3 printer driver, locate "[CD-ROM drive]:\Client\NT\PS\<language>". Click [OK].
  • Page 63 Change the name if desired and click [Next]. If any printer drivers have installed on the computer, select whether using this printer as a default printer. Select whether this printer is shared or not, and click [Next]. When you select “Shared”, you can also select the operating systems of printer driv- ers that you want to install for clients.
  • Page 64: Installing Client Software For Smb Printing

    2 Installing Client Software for Windows Installing Client Software for SMB Printing This section describes how to set up the client software for SMB printing which is available for the local area network over TCP/IP. There are three ways to set up the printer drivers for SMB printing: Using the installer in the Client Utilities CD-ROM When you insert the Client Utilities CD-ROM into your CD-ROM drive, the installer automati- cally starts.
  • Page 65 Insert the Client Utilities CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. The installer automatically starts and the Choose Setup Language dialog box appears. If the installer does not automatically start, double-click “Setup.exe” in the Client Utili- ties CD-ROM. Select your language and click [OK]. The License Agreement screen is displayed.
  • Page 66 For e-STUDIO452 Series TopAccessDocMon — Check this to install the Document Monitor. TOSHIBA e-STUDIO452 Series PCL6 — Check this to install the PCL6 printer driver. TOSHIBA e-STUDIO452 Series PSL3 — Check this to install the PS3 printer driver. For e-STUDIO282 Series TopAccessDocMon —...
  • Page 67 Click [Next]. If you want to change the location where the programs are installed, click [Browse]. In the dialog box that appears, select the folder and click [OK]. The Select Port screen is displayed. Installing Client Software for SMB Printing...
  • Page 68 2 Installing Client Software for Windows When the equipment is automatically found in the network, the “Device on Network” option is selected and the found devices are displayed in the list. Select the equipment that you want to connect and click [Next]. The Select Program Folder screen is displayed.
  • Page 69 3. The Browse for Folder dialog box appears. Locate this equipment in your network, select the “print” queue, and click [OK]. - Do not select “pcl6”, or “ps3” queue. These queues only accept the print job in each emulation. If you install several printer drivers and specify one of these queues, the print job may not be printed properly due to mismatch of the emula- tions between the print job and queue.
  • Page 70 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Click [Next]. If you want to change the program folder, rename the folder in the “Program Folder” field. Starts copying files and the InstallShield Wizard Complete screen is displayed when copying files are completed. When you select to install the N/W-Fax driver, the Digital Signature Not Found dialog box appears while copying files.
  • Page 71: Installation For Smb Printing By Point And Print

    The installation is completed. Before using the printer driver for printing, please configure the installed options of the equipment and department code (if required) on the printer driver. P.206 “Before Using the Printer Driver” Installation for SMB Printing by Point and Print The procedure to install the printer driver for SMB printing by Point and Print differs depending on the version of Windows used.
  • Page 72 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Open this equipment in the network with Windows Explorer, and double-click a queue in which the printer driver should be installed (see below). pcl6 — Double-click this queue to install the PCL6 printer driver. ps3 —...
  • Page 73 Windows 98/Me Installing the printer drivers for SMB printing by Point and Print Open this equipment in the network with Windows Explorer, and double-click a queue in which the printer driver should be installed (see below). pcl6 — Double-click this queue to install the PCL6 printer driver. ps3 —...
  • Page 74 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Change the name if desired, select whether you are using this printer as a default printer, and click [Next]. Select “Yes” to print a test page and click [Finish]. Make sure a test page is printed successfully and click [Yes] to close the dialog box.
  • Page 75: Installation For Smb Printing By Add Printer Wizard

    Installation for SMB Printing by Add Printer Wizard The procedure to install the printer driver for SMB printing by Add Printer Wizard differs depend- ing on the version of the Windows being used. P.75 “Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista” P.81 “Windows NT 4.0” P.86 “Windows 98/Me”...
  • Page 76 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Click [Start] and click [Printers and Faxes] to open the Printers and Faxes folder. If you are using the Windows 2000, click [Start], select [Settings], and click [Printers] to open the Printers folder. If you are using the Windows Vista, click [Start], select [Control Panel], and click [Printers] under [Hardware and Sound] to open the Printers folder.
  • Page 77 Click [Next]. Select “Local printer”, uncheck the “Automatically detect and install my Plug and Play printer”, and click [Next]. When using the Windows Vista, select “Add a local printer“ and click [Next]. Select “Create a new port” and select “Local Port” in the “Type of port”...
  • Page 78 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Enter “\\<NetBIOS Name>\print” in the field and click [OK]. Example: NetBIOS Name = Mfp-04587704 \\Mfp-04587704\print You can also enter the IP address instead of the NetBIOS Name. Example: \\10.10.70.120\print Click [Have Disk...]. The Install From Disk dialog box appears. Click [Browse...].
  • Page 79 Locate the directory where the printer driver for Windows 2000/XP/ Server 2003/Vista is located and click [Open]. To install the PCL6 printer driver, locate "[CD-ROM drive]:\Client\W2K_XP_VISTA\PCL6\<language>". To install the PS3 printer driver, locate "[CD-ROM drive]:\Client\W2K_XP_VISTA\PS\<language>". When using Windows XP x64 or Windows Vista x64, select the following folder. To install the PCL6 printer driver, locate "[CD-ROM drive]:\Client\XP_VISTA_X64\PCL6\<language>".
  • Page 80 2 Installing Client Software for Windows If the same printer driver has been installed, the following dialog box appears. If it appears, select “Replace existing driver” and click [Next]. Change the name if desired and click [Next]. If any printer drivers have installed on the computer, select whether using this printer as a default printer.
  • Page 81 Select "Yes" to print a test page and click [Next]. Click [Finish]. Start copying files. The installation is completed. Before using the printer driver for printing, please configure the installed options of the equipment and department code (if required) on the printer driver. P.206 “Before Using the Printer Driver”...
  • Page 82 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Click [Start], select [Settings], and click [Printers] to open the Print- ers folder. Double-click the [Add Printer] icon. The Add Printer Wizard dialog box appears. Select “My Computer” and click [Next]. Click [Add Port...]. The Printer Ports dialog box appears.
  • Page 83 Select “Local Port” and click [New Port...]. The Port Name dialog box appears. Enter “\\<NetBIOS Name>\print” in the field and click [OK]. Example: NetBIOS Name = Mfp-04998820 \\Mfp-04998820\print You can also enter the IP address instead of the NetBIOS Name. Example: \\10.10.70.120\print Click [Close].
  • Page 84 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Click [Have Disk...]. The Install From Disk dialog box appears. Click [Browse...]. The “A:\ is not accessible” message appears. Click [Cancel]. The Locate File dialog box appears. Insert the Client Utilities CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. When inserting the Client Utilities CD-ROM, the installer may automatically start.
  • Page 85 Click [OK]. Select the printer driver and click [Next]. If the same printer driver has been installed, the following dialog box appears. If it appears, select “Replace existing driver” and click [Next]. Change the name if desired and click [Next]. If any printer drivers have installed on the computer, select whether using this printer as a default printer.
  • Page 86 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Select whether this printer is shared or not, and click [Next]. When you select “Shared”, you can also select the operating systems of printer drivers that you want to install for clients. If you select any operating systems, repeat the proce- dure from Step 9 to 15 to install the printer drivers for selected operating systems.
  • Page 87 Click [Start], select [Settings], and click [Printers] to open the Print- ers folder. Double-click the [Add Printer] icon. The Add Printer Wizard dialog box appears. Click [Next]. Installing Client Software for SMB Printing...
  • Page 88 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Select “Local printer” and click [Next]. Click [Have Disk...]. The Install From Disk dialog box appears. Click [Browse...]. The Open dialog box appears. Insert the Client Utilities CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. When inserting the Client Utilities CD-ROM, the installer may automatically start. Click [Cancel] to exit the installer and continue the operation.
  • Page 89 Click [OK]. Select the printer driver and click [Next]. Select “LPT1:” and click [Next]. Change the name if desired and click [Next]. If any printer drivers have installed on the computer, select whether using this printer as a default printer. Installing Client Software for SMB Printing...
  • Page 90 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Select "No" and click [Finish]. Start copying files. The printer driver is installed and appears in the Printers folder. Select the printer driver and select [Properties] in the [File] menu. The printer driver properties dialog box appears. Display the [Details] tab and click [Add Port...].
  • Page 91 Select “Other” and “Local Port”, and click [OK]. The Port Name dialog box appears. Enter “\\<NetBIOS Name>\print” in the field and click [OK]. Example: NetBIOS Name = MFP-04998820 \\Mfp-04998820\print You can also enter the IP address instead of the NetBIOS Name. Example: \\10.10.70.120\print Click [OK] to save settings.
  • Page 92: Installing Client Software For Ipp Printing

    2 Installing Client Software for Windows Installing Client Software for IPP Printing This section describes how to set up the printer drivers for IPP printing which is available for Internet connection. To set up the printer drivers for IPP printing, install the printer drivers by Add Printer Wizard, and then install the other software that you require.
  • Page 93 Click the [Add a printer] in the Printer Tasks menu. When using the Windows 2000, double-click [Add Printer] icon. The Add Printer Wizard dialog box appears. Click [Next]. Select “Network printer” and click [Next]. Installing Client Software for IPP Printing...
  • Page 94 When you connect from the Internet, enter the FQDN of this equipment provided from DNS instead of [IP address]. Example: URL = mfp_00c67861.toshiba.com http://mfp_00c67861.toshiba.com:631/Print “P” for “Print” in the IPP URL must be capitalized. When you are using on Windows XP, the IPP port can be created by entering “print”...
  • Page 95 Click [Next]. The Add Printer Wizard dialog box appears. When the Authentication setting for IPP Print is enabled, the dialog box to enter a user name and password appears. If this dialog box appears, enter the user name and pass- word and click [OK].
  • Page 96 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Locate the directory where the printer driver for your Windows ver- sion is located, select the inf file, and click [Open]. To install the PCL6 printer driver for Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003 locate "[CD-ROM drive]:\Client\W2K_XP_VISTA\PCL6\<language>". To install the PS3 printer driver for Windows 2000/XP/ Server 2003, locate "[CD-ROM drive]:\Client\W2K_XP_VISTA\PS\<language>".
  • Page 97 If the same printer driver has been installed, the following dialog box appears. If it appears, select “Replace existing driver” and click [Next]. Select whether using this printer as a default printer and click [Next]. Click [Finish]. Installing Client Software for IPP Printing...
  • Page 98: Windows Vista

    2 Installing Client Software for Windows The printer driver is installed. Before using the printer driver for printing, please configure the installed options of the equipment and department code (if required) on the printer driver. P.206 “Before Using the Printer Driver” If you want to install TopAccessDocMon, you must install it from the Client Utilities CD-ROM separately.
  • Page 99 Click [Add a printer]. The Add Printer dialog box appears. Click [Add a local printer]. Select “Create a new port” and select “Standard TCP/IP Port” in the “Type of port” drop down menu. Then click [Next]. Installing Client Software for IPP Printing...
  • Page 100 When you connect from the Internet, enter the FQDN of this equipment provided from DNS instead of [IP address]. Example: URL = mfp_00c67861.toshiba.com http://mfp_00c67861.toshiba.com:631/Print “P” for “Print” in the IPP URL must be capitalized. When you are using on Windows Vista, the IPP port can be created by entering “print”...
  • Page 101 Select “Device Type” in the “Type of port” drop down menu. Then click [Next]. Click [Have Disk...]. The Install From Disk dialog box appears. Click [Browse...]. The Locate File dialog box appears. Insert the Client Utilities CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. When inserting the Client Utilities CD-ROM, the installer may automatically start.
  • Page 102 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Locate the directory where the printer driver for your Windows ver- sion is located, select the inf file, and click [Open]. To install the PCL6 printer driver for Windows Vista, locate "[CD-ROM drive]:\Client\W2K_XP_VISTA\PCL6\<language>". To install the PS3 printer driver for Windows Vista, locate "[CD-ROM drive]:\Client\W2K_XP_VISTA\PS\<language>".
  • Page 103 Select the printer driver and click [OK]. If any other printer driver(s) had already been installed on your computer, the Default Printer screen is displayed. Continue to next step. If no printer driver had been installed on your computer, the complete screen is dis- played.
  • Page 104 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Click [Finish]. The printer driver is installed. Before using the printer driver for printing, please configure the installed options of the equipment and department code (if required) on the printer driver. P.206 “Before Using the Printer Driver” If you want to install TopAccessDocMon, you must install it from the Client Utilities CD-ROM separately.
  • Page 105: Installing Client Software For Novell Printing

    Installing Client Software for Novell Printing This section describes how to install the client software for Novell printing on NetWare print server environments. There are two ways to set up the printer drivers for Novell printing: Using the installer in the Client Utilities CD-ROM When you insert the Client Utilities CD-ROM into your CD-ROM drive, the installer automati- cally starts.
  • Page 106 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Installing the client software for Novell printing using the installer The following describes an installation on Windows XP. The procedure is the same when other versions of Windows are used. You must log into Windows as a user who has the “Administrators” or “Power Users” privi- lege.
  • Page 107 Select “Custom” and click [Next]. The Select Components screen is displayed. Installing Client Software for Novell Printing...
  • Page 108 For e-STUDIO452 Series TopAccessDocMon — Check this to install the Document Monitor. TOSHIBA e-STUDIO452 Series PCL6 — Check this to install the PCL6 printer driver. TOSHIBA e-STUDIO452 Series PSL3 — Check this to install the PS3 printer driver. For e-STUDIO282 Series TopAccessDocMon —...
  • Page 109 Click [Next]. If you want to change the location where the programs are installed, click [Browse]. In the dialog box that appears, select the folder and click [OK]. The Select Port screen is displayed. If the following dialog box appears, click [Continue] to proceed the operation. Installing Client Software for Novell Printing...
  • Page 110 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Enter the queue name in the “Network path or queue name” field, and click [Next]. For NDS/NDPS Mode Example: Root=Org, Context=dept1, queue name=mfp_queue \\Org\mfp_queue.dept1 For Bindery Mode Example: NetWare file server name=Nwsrv, queue name=mfp_queue \\Nwsrv\mfp_queue The queue for this equipment should be set up by an administrator.
  • Page 111 Click [Next]. If you want to change the program folder, rename the folder in the “Program Folder” field. Starts copying files and the InstallShield Wizard Complete screen is displayed when copying files are completed. When you select to install the N/W-Fax driver, the Digital Signature Not Found dialog box appears while copying files.
  • Page 112: Installation For Novell Printing By Point And Print

    2 Installing Client Software for Windows The installation is completed. Before using the printer driver for printing, please configure the installed options of the equipment and department code (if required) on the printer driver. P.206 “Before Using the Printer Driver” Installation for Novell Printing by Point and Print The procedure to install the printer driver for Novell printing by Point and Print differs depending on the version of Windows used.
  • Page 113 Open the NetWare queue for the equipment in the network with Windows Explorer, and double-click a queue. When the NetWare has been set up for the Bindery mode, open the NetWare file server and double-click the queue for the equipment. When the NetWare has been set up for the NDS or NDPS mode, browse the NDS tree and context, and double-click the queue for the equipment.
  • Page 114 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Click [Have Disk...]. The Install From Disk dialog box appears. Click [Browse...]. The Locate File dialog box appears. Insert the Client Utilities CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. When inserting the Client Utilities CD-ROM, the installer may automatically start. Click [Cancel] to exit the installer and continue the operation.
  • Page 115 Select the printer driver and click [OK]. The installation is completed. Before using the printer driver for printing, please configure the installed options of the equipment and department code (if required) on the printer driver. P.206 “Before Using the Printer Driver” Installing Client Software for Novell Printing...
  • Page 116 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Windows 98/Me Installing the printer drivers for Novell printing by Point and Print Open the NetWare queue for the equipment in the network with Windows Explorer, and double-click a queue. When the NetWare has been set up for the Bindery mode, open the NetWare file server and double-click the queue for the equipment.
  • Page 117 Select whether printing MS-DOS-based programs and click [Next]. When using the NetWare in NDPS mode and the printer drivers for each Operating System are installed to a NDPS broker, the printer driver is automatically installed. Skip to Step 10. Unless using the NetWare in NDPS mode and printer drivers for each Operating Sys- tem are installed to a NDPS broker, the Add Printer Wizard dialog box appears.
  • Page 118 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Locate the directory where the printer driver for Windows 98/Me is located and click [OK]. To install the PCL6 printer driver, locate "[CD-ROM drive]:\Client\9X_ME\PCL6\<language>". To install the PS3 printer driver, locate "[CD-ROM drive]:\Client\9X_ME\PS\<language>". Click [OK]. Select the printer driver and click [Next].
  • Page 119 Change the name if desired, select whether you are using this printer as a default printer, and click [Next]. Select “Yes” to print a test page and click [Finish]. Make sure a test page is printed successfully and click [Yes] to close the dialog box.
  • Page 120: Installing Client Software For Web Services Print

    2 Installing Client Software for Windows Installing Client Software for Web Services Print Web Services Print is operated at the client computer using the function of Windows Vista via a network. You must log into Windows as a user who has the “Administrators” privilege. Web Services Print is the function of Windows Vista.
  • Page 121 Click [Network discovery is turned off, Network computers and devices are not visible. Click to change…]. Then select [Turn on network discovery and file sharing]. The User account control dialog box appears. If the User account control is disabled, the Network discovery and file sharing screen is displayed.
  • Page 122 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Select the desired device and right-click to make the menu appear. Click [Install]. You can narrow down devices by checking [Multifunction Devices] on the [Category] drop down menu. [PnPX Device Association] is displayed on the task bar. If the User account control is disabled, [Found New Hardware] is displayed on the task bar.
  • Page 123 Click [Locate and install driver software (recommended)]. The Found New Hardware-Unknown Device dialog box appears. If the user account control is enabled, the [Installing device driver] dialog box is displayed. Click [Continue] to continue the installation. Click [Browse my computer for driver software (advanced)]. Installing Client Software for Web Services Print...
  • Page 124 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Set the Client Utilities CD-ROM to the CD-ROM drive, click [Browse...] to specify the position of the CD-ROM drive and then click [Next]. When inserting the Client Utilities CD-ROM, the installer may automatically start. Click [Cancel] to exit the installer and continue the operation.
  • Page 125 The installation is completed. Installing Client Software for Web Services Print...
  • Page 126: Installing Client Software For Novell Iprint

    2 Installing Client Software for Windows Installing Client Software for Novell iPrint This section describes how to install the printer drivers for Novell iPrint. To set up the iPrint in the client computers, the NetWare server must be configured for iPrint first.
  • Page 127: Installing Client Software From Topaccess

    Installing Client Software from TopAccess If the system administrator has uploaded the driver software to this equipment, you can use TopAccess to install the software on your workstation. When using Windows Server 2003 that the Service Pack is installed, the installation from TopAccess cannot be performed.
  • Page 128 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Follow the installation procedure using the Client Utilities CD-ROM described in following section. P.38 “Installation for Raw TCP/LPR Printing Using the Installer” P.64 “Installation for SMB Printing Using the Installer” P.105 “Installation for Novell Printing Using the Installer” Installing Client Software from TopAccess...
  • Page 129: Uninstalling Client Utilities Software

    Uninstalling Client Utilities Software The following instructions describe how to uninstall the client software. The uninstallation proce- dure is different how you installed the client software. P.129 “When Installed Using the Installer” P.134 “When Installed Using Add Printer Wizard” When Installed Using the Installer When the client software was installed using the Installer in the Client Utilities CD-ROM or down- loaded from TopAccess, you can delete all files using the Add/Remove Programs function.
  • Page 130 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Select “TOSHIBA e-STUDIO452 Series Client” or “TOSHIBA e- STUDIO282 Series Client” and click [Change/Remove]. The InstallShield Wizard dialog box appears. Select “Remove” and click [Next]. The Confirm Uninstall dialog box appears. Click [OK]. Uninstalling Client Utilities Software...
  • Page 131 Click [Yes] to delete the setting files. Deleting files starts. If you want to re-install the client software later, click [No] to remain the setting files. You can restore the data and settings when you re-install the client software. Select “Yes, I want to restart my computer now.” and click [Finish] to restart your computer.
  • Page 132 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Open “Control Panel” and click the “Add/Remove Programs” icon. The Add/Remove Programs dialog box appears. Select “TOSHIBA e-STUDIO452 Series Client” or “TOSHIBA e- STUDIO282 Series Client” and click [Change/Remove]. The InstallShield Wizard dialog box appears.
  • Page 133 Select “Modify” and click [Next]. Uncheck the components that you want to uninstall and click [Next]. Click [Next]. Uninstalling Client Utilities Software...
  • Page 134: When Installed Using Add Printer Wizard

    2 Installing Client Software for Windows Click [Yes] to delete the setting files. Deleting files starts. If you want to re-install the client software later, click [No] to remain the setting files. You can restore the data and settings when you re-install the client software. Click [Finish].
  • Page 135 Click [Start] and click [Printers and Faxes] to open the Printers and Faxes folder. If you are using the Windows 2000/NT 4.0/Me/98, click [Start], select [Settings], and click [Printers] to open the Printers folder. When using Windows Vista, click [Start], select [Control Panel], and click [Printers] to open the Printers folder.
  • Page 136 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Click the [File] menu and select [Server Properties]. The Print Server Properties dialog box appears. Display the Drivers tab. Select the printer drivers that you want to delete, and click [Remove]. The Printer Server Properties dialog box appears. Click [Yes].
  • Page 137: Repairing Client Software

    Repairing Client Software When the client software will not work correctly, you can repair the client software. Repairing Client Utilities Software The following describes an installation on Windows XP. The procedure is the same when other versions of Windows are used. Do not perform preparing the client software on Windows XP that the Service Pack 2 is not installed.
  • Page 138 2 Installing Client Software for Windows Select “Yes, I want to restart my computer now.” and click [Finish] to restart your computer. Repairing Client Software...
  • Page 139 Installing Client Software for Macintosh This section describes the instructions on how to install the client software on Macintosh. About the Installation ...................140 About Client Software for Macintosh....................140 Planning for Installation........................140 Installing the Printer on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.4.x ......141 Installing the Macintosh PPD File ....................141 Configuring the Printer on Mac OS X 10.4.x ...................144 Configuring the Printer on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.3.x...........157...
  • Page 140: Chapter 3 Installing Client Software For Macintosh

    3 Installing Client Software for Macintosh About the Installation Please refer to following instructions for configuring printing systems on Macintosh computers. P.140 “About Client Software for Macintosh” P.140 “Planning for Installation” P.141 “Installing the Printer on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.4.x” P.168 “Installing the Printer on Mac OS 8.6/9.x”...
  • Page 141: Installing The Printer On Mac Os X 10.2.4 To Mac Os X 10.4.x

    Installing the Printer on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.4.x Install and configure the printer by the following steps: P.141 “Installing the Macintosh PPD File” P.157 “Configuring the Printer on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.3.x” P.165 “Configuring the installable options”...
  • Page 142 3 Installing Client Software for Macintosh Click [Continue]. The Software License Agreement window is displayed. Click [Continue]. Click [Agree]. The Select a Destination window is displayed. Installing the Printer on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.4.x...
  • Page 143 Select the boot hard disk of your Mac OS X and click [Continue]. The Easy Install window is displayed. Click [Install] (or [Upgrade]). The Authenticate dialog box appears. Enter the name and password, and click [OK]. It start copying the PPD files for each language. When you install the PPD file to Mac OS 10.2.4 to 10.2.8, the Authenticate dialog box does not appear in this step.
  • Page 144: Configuring The Printer On Mac Os X 10.4.x

    3 Installing Client Software for Macintosh Click [Close] to close the installer window. Delete the GZIP files and Installer files created from the desktop. Continue the procedure for configuring the printer. P.157 “Configuring the Printer on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.3.x” P.144 “Configuring the Printer on Mac OS X 10.4.x”...
  • Page 145 Configuring Macintosh LPR printing Start the Printer Setup Utility, located in the “Applications:Utilities” folder in the Boot Disk. The Printer List dialog box appears. Click [Add]. Installing the Printer on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.4.x...
  • Page 146 PPD file is automatically selected in the “Print Using” drop down menu. If the correct PPD is not automatically selected, select “TOSHIBA” in the “Print Using” drop down menu and select the PPD file displayed in the list.
  • Page 147 Set the following options. Finisher Not Installed — Select this if a finisher is not installed. Single-Position Stapler — Select this when the Hanging Finisher is installed. Multi-Position Stapler — Select this when the Finisher or Saddle Stitch Finisher is installed.
  • Page 148 3 Installing Client Software for Macintosh Click [Continue]. The printer is added to the Printer List. Configuring Macintosh AppleTalk printing Start the Printer Setup Utility, located “Applications:Utilities” folder in the Boot Disk. The Printer List dialog box appears. Click [Add]. Installing the Printer on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.4.x...
  • Page 149 When you select the equipment in the list, the correct PPD file is automatically selected in the “Print Using” drop down menu. If the correct PPD is not automatically selected, select “TOSHIBA” in the “Print Using” drop down menu and select the PPD file displayed in the list.
  • Page 150 3 Installing Client Software for Macintosh Set the following options. Finisher Not Installed — Select this if a finisher is not installed. Single-Position Stapler — Select this when the Hanging Finisher is installed. Multi-Position Stapler — Select this when the Finisher or Saddle Stitch Finisher is installed.
  • Page 151 Click [Continue]. The printer is added to the Printer List. Configuring Macintosh IPP Printing When you want to setup IPP print queue in the Mac OS X, follow the procedures here. Start the Printer Setup Utility, located “Applications:Utilities” folder in the Boot Disk. The Printer List dialog box appears.
  • Page 152 PPD file is automatically selected in the “Print Using” drop down menu. If the correct PPD is not automatically selected, select “TOSHIBA” in the “Print Using” drop down menu and select the PPD file displayed in the list.
  • Page 153 Device URI: https://<IP address>:443/Print Printer Model: TOSHIBA PPD: TOSHIBA e-ST450/452 Series PS (or UK PS) TOSHIBA e-ST280/282 Series PS (or UK PS) Click [Add]. The Installable Options window appears. Set the following options. Finisher Not Installed — Select this if a finisher is not installed.
  • Page 154 3 Installing Client Software for Macintosh Drawers For e-STUDIO452 Series: Not Installed — Select this when no optional drawer is installed. Drawer 3 — Select this when the drawer 3 is installed. Drawer 3 and 4 — Select this when the drawer 3 and 4 are installed. LCF —...
  • Page 155 When you select the equipment in the list, the correct PPD file is automatically selected in the “Print Using” drop down menu. If the correct PPD is not automatically selected, select “TOSHIBA” in the “Print Using” drop down menu and select the PPD file displayed in the list.
  • Page 156 3 Installing Client Software for Macintosh Set the following options. Finisher Not Installed — Select this if a finisher is not installed. Single-Position Stapler — Select this when the Hanging Finisher is installed. Multi-Position Stapler — Select this when the Finisher or Saddle Stitch Finisher is installed.
  • Page 157: Configuring The Printer On Mac Os X 10.2.4 To Mac Os X 10.3.x

    Click [Continue]. The printer is added to the Printer List. Configuring the Printer on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.3.x After you copy the PPD file to the library folder in the System Folder, you can configure the printer.
  • Page 158 3 Installing Client Software for Macintosh Start the Print Center (for Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.2.8) or Printer Setup Utility (for Mac OS X 10.3.x), located in the “Applications:Utilities” folder in the Boot Disk. Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.2.8 Mac OS X 10.3.x The Printer List dialog box appears.
  • Page 159 Printer’s Address: <IP address or DNS name of this equipment> Queue Name: print Printer Model: TOSHIBA PPD: TOSHIBA e-ST450/452 Series PS (or UK PS) TOSHIBA e-ST280/282 Series PS (or UK PS) For Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.2.8, the “Printer Type” drop down menu does not dis- played.
  • Page 160 3 Installing Client Software for Macintosh Start the Print Center (for Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.2.8) or Printer Setup Utility (for Mac OS X 10.3.x), located “Applications:Utilities” folder in the Boot Disk. Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.2.8 Mac OS X 10.3.x The Printer List dialog box appears.
  • Page 161 Select “TOSHIBA” at the “Printer Model” drop down menu, and select the PPD file. Click [Add]. The printer is added to the Printer List. Continue the procedure to configure the installable options. P.165 “Configuring the installable options” Configuring Macintosh IPP Printing When you want to setup IPP print queue in the Mac OS X, follow the procedures here.
  • Page 162 3 Installing Client Software for Macintosh Start the Print Center (for Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.2.8) or Printer Setup Utility (for Mac OS X 10.3.x), located “Applications:Utilities” folder in the Boot Disk. Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.2.8 Mac OS X 10.3.x The Printer List dialog box appears.
  • Page 163 Mac OS 10.3.x: Internet Printing Protocol using HTTP Device Name: <Any Name> Device URI: http://<IP address>:631/Print Printer Model: TOSHIBA PPD: TOSHIBA e-ST450/452 Series PS (or UK PS) TOSHIBA e-ST280/282 Series PS (or UK PS) When IPP/SSL is enabled, specify as followings: Device: Internet Printing Protocol (https) Device URL: https://<IP address>:443/Print...
  • Page 164 3 Installing Client Software for Macintosh Start the Print Center (for Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.2.8) or Printer Setup Utility (for Mac OS X 10.3.x), located in the “Applications:Utilities” folder in the Boot Disk. Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.2.8 Mac OS X 10.3.x The Printer List dialog box appears.
  • Page 165 Select “Rendezvous” in the drop down menu and select the equip- ment displayed in the list. In Mac OS X 10.2.4 to 10.3.x, the “Bonjour” is named as “Rendezvous”. Select “TOSHIBA” at the “Printer Model” drop down menu, and select the PPD file. Click [Add].
  • Page 166 3 Installing Client Software for Macintosh In the Printer List dialog box, select the printer and, then, select [Show Info] in the [Printers] menu. The Printer Info dialog box appears. Select “Installable Options” in the drop down menu. The Installable Options window is displayed. Installing the Printer on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.4.x...
  • Page 167 Set the following options. Finisher Not Installed — Select this if a finisher is not installed. Single-Position Stapler — Select this when the Hanging Finisher is installed. Multi-Position Stapler — Select this when the Finisher or Saddle Stitch Finisher is installed.
  • Page 168: Installing The Printer On Mac Os 8.6/9.x

    3 Installing Client Software for Macintosh Installing the Printer on Mac OS 8.6/9.x Installing the Macintosh PPD File The Macintosh PPD file that is provided in the Client Utilities CD-ROM can be installed by copy- ing it to the System Folder: Extensions: Printer Descriptions folder. This PPD file supports printing from Mac OS X 8.6 or 9.x.
  • Page 169: Installing The Printer On Mac Os 8.6/9.x

    Start the Desktop Printer Utility. The folder containing the Desktop Printer Utility differs depending on the Mac OS ver- sion. If you cannot locate the Desktop Printer Utility, search it in the boot disk. The New Desktop Printer dialog box appears. Make sure “LaserWriter 8”...
  • Page 170 3 Installing Client Software for Macintosh Click [Change...] in the LPR Printer Selection area. The Internet Printer dialog box appears. Enter the IP Address of this equipment in the “Printer Address” field and “Print” in the “Queue” field. Then click [OK]. Click [Create...].
  • Page 171 Click the [Printing] menu and select [Change Setup...]. The LaserWriter setup dialog box appears. Select each option item in the “Change” drop down menu and select installed option in the “To” drop down menu according to the configuration of this equipment. Finisher Not Installed —...
  • Page 172 3 Installing Client Software for Macintosh Drawers For e-STUDIO452 Series: Not Installed — Select this when no optional drawer is installed. Drawer 3 — Select this when the drawer 3 is installed. Drawer 3 and 4 — Select this when the drawer 3 and 4 are installed. LCF —...
  • Page 173 Select the LaserWriter 8 icon (and select the AppleTalk zone if con- figured). Then select this equipment displayed in the list, and click [Create]. The Select a PostScript Printer Description File dialog box appears. Select the PPD file (TOSHIBA_e-ST450_452Series) or (TOSHIBA_e- ST280_282Series) for the equipment and click [Select].
  • Page 174 3 Installing Client Software for Macintosh Drawers For e-STUDIO452 Series: Not Installed — Select this when no optional drawer is installed. Drawer 3 — Select this when the drawer 3 is installed. Drawer 3 and 4 — Select this when the drawer 3 and 4 are installed. LCF —...
  • Page 175: Installing Client Software From Topaccess

    Installing Client Software from TopAccess If the system administrator has uploaded the driver software to this equipment, you can use TopAccess to install the software on your workstation. When using Windows Server 2003 that the Service Pack is installed, the installation from TopAccess cannot be performed.
  • Page 176 3 Installing Client Software for Macintosh Click the File Name link that you want to download. For e-STUDIO452 Series TOSHIBA_e-ST450_452Srs.sit — Click this link to download the PPD file for Mac OS 8.6/9.x and Mac OS X 10.1/10.2 Classic mode. TOSHIBAeST450_452Srs.dmg.gz —...
  • Page 177: Installing Client Software For Unix

    Installing Client Software for UNIX This section describes the instructions on how to install the client software on UNIX. Setting Up the UNIX Filters ..................178 About UNIX Filters ..........................178 System Requirements........................178 Configuring UNIX Printing Using UNIX Filters ................179 Setting Up the CUPS.....................187 About CUPS............................187 Configuring UNIX Printing Using CUPS..................187 Installing Client Software from TopAccess ............202...
  • Page 178: Setting Up The Unix Filters

    System V print filter. This file is installed in “/opt/toshiba/tap/bin”. A symbolic link to this file will be installed in the “/ usr/local/bin” directory as lptap.
  • Page 179: Configuring Unix Printing Using Unix Filters

    Module: Python must be installed. The “Python” module must be installed on your UNIX workstation to enable printing. The “Python” module is usually installed in the “/usr/bin/” directory. Check this directory whether the “Python” module is installed. Configuring UNIX Printing Using UNIX Filters When you want to configure the UNIX printing using the UNIX filters, install the UNIX filters and configure the LPR queue.
  • Page 180: Configuring The Print Queue

    4 Installing Client Software for UNIX Copy the TAR file onto the root. A TAR file for each operating system is included in following folders: For Solaris: [CD-ROM]/Admin/SolarisFilter/Usa/ For HP-UX:[CD-ROM]/Admin/HP-UXFilter/Usa/ For AIX:[CD-ROM]/Admin/AixFilter/Usa/ For Linux: [CD-ROM]/Admin/LinuxFilter/Usa/ For OpenUNIX: [CD-ROM]/Admin/OpenUnixFilter/Usa/ Change to the root directory. Enter the following command: For Solaris: tar xvf solaris.tar...
  • Page 181: Creating A Print Queue Manually

    Enter the following command: estbwadd <queue name> <host name or IP address> This command creates a print queue using the system’s lpadmin command. It also creates a configuration file that has the destination IP address or host name. Use the configuration file to change print queue parameters.
  • Page 182 Enter the following command: /usr/lpsched > /dev/null 2>&1 Creating a print queue manually on IBX AIX Enter the following command: ls /opt/toshiba/tap/filter If the above directory does not exist, enter the following command: mkdir /opt/toshiba/tap/filter Log on to the root account.
  • Page 183 -a s_statfilter = /usr/lib/lpd/bsdshort \ -a up = TRUE -a host = <IP address> -a rq = dssc Enter the following command: mkquedev -q <queue name> -d dev_<queue name> \ -a backend = /opt/toshiba/tap/bin/estbwBackend Enter the following command: cp /usr/lib/lpd/pio/predef/net_estbw \ /opt/toshiba/tap/filter/<queue name>...
  • Page 184: Changing The Default Values

    4 Installing Client Software for UNIX Creating a print queue manually on OpenUNIX Log on to the root account. Open your Linux/UNIX editor. Create the following file. /etc/lp/interfaces/<queue name>.conf Add a line as below in the <queue name>.conf. dest=<IP address> Save the file.
  • Page 185: Deleting A Print Queue Manually

    — Deleting a Print Queue Using estbwrm When you want to delete the queue using estbwrm, perform the following procedure. Deleting a print queue Log on to the root account. Enter the following command: estbwrm <queue name> This command uses the system’s lpadmin command to delete the print queue and configuration file.
  • Page 186 Enter the following command: rm /opt/toshiba/tap/interface/<queue name> Enter the following command: rm /opt/toshiba/tap/interface/<queue name>.conf Enter the following command: /opt/toshiba/tap/bin/modPrintcap -d <queue name> Enter the following command: ls /opt/toshiba/tap/bin/flag_<queue name> If the above file exists, enter the following command: /opt/toshiba/tap/bin/printconf_import \ -d <queue name>...
  • Page 187: Setting Up The Cups

    The printer is then installed and configured using CUPS via the browser. The PPD is placed in the “/usr/share/cups/model/Toshiba” directory (which will require root privi- leges and the Toshiba directory may need to be created). The PPD can be simply copied to the appropriate directory and the CUPS daemon re-started.
  • Page 188 4 Installing Client Software for UNIX Log on to the root account and create “Toshiba” directory in the “/usr/share/cups/model” directory. Copy the GZIP file into the “/usr/share/cups/model/Toshiba” direc- tory or enter the following command: cp TOSHIBA_EST450_452_CUPS.gz /usr/share/cups/model/Toshiba cp TOSHIBA_EST280_282_CUPS.gz /usr/share/cups/model/Toshiba A GZIP file is included in the “Admin/CUPS/Usa”...
  • Page 189 Click the “Manage Printers” link. The Printer page is displayed. Click [Add Printer]. The Admin page is displayed. Enter the printer name, location, and description of the printer in each field and click [Continue]. If a new printer name is a duplicate of a name already in the printer list, the new printer will replace the original printer.
  • Page 190 Enter “lpd://<IP address>/Print” in the “Device URI” field and click [Continue]. Make sure to capitalize the “P” in “Print” for the device URI. Select “TOSHIBA” at the “Make” list and click [Continue]. If you do not see “TOSHIBA” in the “Make” list, restart CUPS. Setting Up the CUPS...
  • Page 191 Select the PPD in the “Model” list and click [Continue]. Confirm that the message notifying that the new printer has been properly added appears. Go to the following page for configuring the print options: P.193 “Configuring print options” Installing the CUPS for IPP Printing When you want to setup IPP print queue in the Linux OS, follow the procedures here.
  • Page 192 IPP printing from Linux OS is done from the CUPS server as a backend. Insert the Client Utilities CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. Log on to the root account and create “Toshiba” directory in the “/usr/share/cups/model” directory. Copy the GZIP file into the “/usr/share/cups/model/Toshiba” direc- tory or enter the following command: cp TOSHIBA_EST450_452_CUPS.gz /usr/share/cups/model/Toshiba...
  • Page 193 Location: <Optional> Description: <Optional> Device: Internet Printing Protocol (http) Device URL: http://<IP address>:631/Print Model/Driver: TOSHIBA When IPP/SSL is enabled, specify as followings: Device: Internet Printing Protocol (https) Device URL: https://<IP address>:443/Print Using CUPS Client (print commands lp, lpr, etc.) with -e option, the connection can be encrypted and printing can be done in the above configured printer.
  • Page 194 4 Installing Client Software for UNIX Print option configuration Click the “Manage Printers” link in the startup page. The Printer page is displayed. Select this equipment and then click [Configure Printer]. Configure the print options on the displayed page. Setting Up the CUPS...
  • Page 195 The underscored items are set by default. Booklet Option Value Alternative Value Description Booklet Center Margin 0 to 36 (in unit of 3 points) Select the center margin. Booklet Outer Margin 0 to 72 (in unit of 6 points) Select the outer margin. Booklet Paper Size None (Off) Select a paper size for the booklet.
  • Page 196 4 Installing Client Software for UNIX Option Value Alternative Value Description Private Print Document 0 to 9 Specify the 5-digit document pass- ID - Digit 1 to Digit 5 word when “Private - Password” is selected for “Print Modes”. [Continue] button Determines the selected items.
  • Page 197: Options Installed

    General Option Value Alternative Value Description Collate Yes, No Select whether exited sheets are collated or not. Duplex 1-Sided 1-sided printing 2-Sided, No Tumble 2-sided printing (Long-edge binding) (Long-Edge Binding) 2-Sided, Tumble 2-sided printing (Short-edge binding) (Short-Edge Binding) Media Size A3, A4, A5, A6, B4, B5, Select the paper size.
  • Page 198: Printing Modes

    4 Installing Client Software for UNIX Printing Modes Option Value Alternative Value Description Department Code Disabled Select whether to use the department Enabled codes for printing or not. When this equipment is managed under the department codes, this option should be enabled. Distinguish Thin Lines Off, On Select whether to distinguish thin...
  • Page 199: Ps Binary Protocol

    Banners Option Value Alternative Value Description Starting Banner none Select whether banner pages are printed before printing documents or not. If they are, select among the items below. classified Classified information confidential Confidential information secret Secret information standard Standard information topsecret Top secret unclassified...
  • Page 200 4 Installing Client Software for UNIX Click the “Manage Printers” link in the startup page. The Printer page is displayed. Click [Modify Printer]. Modify the location and description in each field and click [Con- tinue]. Uninstalling Printer To uninstall the printer that you create, perform the following procedure. Setting Up the CUPS...
  • Page 201 Uninstalling Printer Click the “Manage Printers” link in the startup page. The Printer page is displayed. Click [Delete Printer]. The printer is deleted. Then delete the PPD file “TOSHIBA_EST450_452_CUPS.gz” or “TOSHIBA_EST280_282_CUPS.gz” from the “/usr/share/cups/ model/Toshiba” directory. Setting Up the CUPS...
  • Page 202: Installing Client Software From Topaccess

    4 Installing Client Software for UNIX Installing Client Software from TopAccess If the system administrator has uploaded the driver software to this equipment, you can use TopAccess to install the software on your workstation. When using Windows Server 2003 that the Service Pack is installed, the installation from TopAccess cannot be performed.
  • Page 203 Click the UNIX filter link that you want to install. Download the UNIX tar file containing the UNIX filters on your desk- top by following the prompts. After you download the UNIX tar file, refer to the installation proce- dure for UNIX to set up the printer. P.178 “Setting Up the UNIX Filters”...
  • Page 205 Printing from Windows This describes the instructions on how to print from Windows computer. Before Using the Printer Driver ................206 Configuring the Options ........................206 Setting the Department Code......................211 Copying the PPD File for Windows ....................213 Printing from Application..................214 Considerations and Limitations .......................214 How to Print.............................214 Setting Up Print Options ..................217 How to Setup...........................217...
  • Page 206: Chapter 5 Printing From Windows

    5 Printing from Windows Before Using the Printer Driver Before printing, you have to configure the following options: Configuration Settings You have to configure such options as optional drawers, finisher, and hole punch unit. The features of these optional devices are not available unless you tell the system that the optional devices are installed.
  • Page 207 Select the printer driver in the Printers and Faxes folder. Then click [File] and select [Properties]. When you are operating under Windows 98/Me/NT 4.0/2000, open the Printers folder to access the printer driver. When using Windows Vista, click [Start], select [Control Panel], and click [Printers] to open the Printers folder.
  • Page 208 5 Printing from Windows Display the [Configuration] tab, check off the “Enable SNMP Com- munication” option, and set the following options. Model Selection — This sets the model type of the equipment. Automatic Duplexing Unit — This sets whether or not optional automatic duplexing unit is installed.
  • Page 209: Configuring The Options Automatically

    Set the following options and click [OK]. Drawer 1 — Select the paper size and paper type of paper that is loaded in the 1st Drawer. Drawer 2 — Select the paper size and paper type of paper that is loaded in the 2nd Drawer.
  • Page 210 5 Printing from Windows Select the printer driver in the Printers and Faxes folder. Then click [File] and select [Properties]. When you are operating under Windows 98/Me/NT 4.0/2000/Vista, open the Printers folder to access the printer driver. When using Windows Vista, click [Start], select [Control Panel], and click [Printers] to open the Printers folder.
  • Page 211: Setting The Department Code

    If you want to update option settings automatically when the [Con- figuration] tab is opened, select on “Update Automatically”. Click [Apply] and [OK] to save settings. For more information about each item, see descriptions about the Configuration Tab. Setting the Department Code When this equipment is managed by department codes, you have to enter your department code on the printer driver.
  • Page 212 5 Printing from Windows How the equipment performs printing for an invalid department code print job, which no department code or invalid department code is specified, varies depending on the Depart- ment Code Enforcement setting that can be set from TopAccess Administrator mode and whether SNMP communication is enabled or not.
  • Page 213: Copying The Ppd File For Windows

    Display the [Others] tab and enter your department code in the “Department Code” field. In the Department field, only numeric characters can be entered. The Department Code must be 5-digit number. Click [Apply] and [OK] to save settings. Copying the PPD File for Windows The Client Utilities CD-ROM contains a printer description file for popular Windows applications.
  • Page 214: Printing From Application

    5 Printing from Windows Printing from Application This section describes how to print a document from an application. P.214 “Considerations and Limitations” P.214 “How to Print” Considerations and Limitations When the User Management Setting is enabled on the equipment, the user name that is entered to login to your computer is used for the authentication of the print job.
  • Page 215 Select the printer driver of the equipment to be used and Click [Preferences]. The Printing Preferences dialog box appears. The procedures for displaying the properties dialog for the printer driver may be different depending on an application that you are using. See your application’s manual about displaying the printer properties dialog box.
  • Page 216 5 Printing from Windows Click [Print] to print a document. Printing from Application...
  • Page 217: Setting Up Print Options

    Setting Up Print Options Print Options are the attributes you set to define the way a print job is processed. For example, the private print and proof print options determine how the copier manages your print job. To find the printing instructions for your specific needs, refer to the procedures in the following section.
  • Page 218: Setting Print Options For Each Print Job

    5 Printing from Windows Setting Print Options for Each Print Job Setting the print options by displaying the printer properties from the Print dialog box within an application will establish the values for the current print job. The print option settings specific to each print job are set using this method.
  • Page 219 Click [Save Profile] at the Profile group. The Profile Name dialog box appears. Enter the profile name and click [OK]. The file name can be up to 63 characters long. If you enter the existing profile name, it prompts whether overwrite the existing profile or not.
  • Page 220 5 Printing from Windows Loading profile Select a profile in the “Profile” drop down menu. The settings profile is loaded from the file and apply to the printer options. Selecting “None” in the “Profile” drop down menu cannot restore the initial settings on the printer driver.
  • Page 221: Print Options

    Click [Yes] to delete the selected profile. Print Options This section describes print options in each tab of the printer driver. This section will help you to find the description of specific print options, or understand the functions for each print option. 1) Printer Name Displays the name given to the printer driver when it was installed, or the name it displays on the icon in the Printer folder.
  • Page 222 5 Printing from Windows - Effect Tab The Effect Tab contains print options that add the effects to your print jobs such as Water- marks, Overlay Image printing and so on. P.238 “Effect Tab” - Others Tab The Others Tab contains special features such as toner save, custom pager size, and so P.242 “Others Tab”...
  • Page 223 If the print job has several pages in the document, only the first page of the document will be saved as an overlay file. Both the overlay file and the documents on which you superimpose the overlay image must be created at the same size. When creating an overlay file using the PS3 printer driver from an application that can create the PS command directly, the overlay file will not be created properly.
  • Page 224: Basic Tab

    5 Printing from Windows 10) [Help] Click this to browse the HELP for the printer driver. Basic Tab The Basic tab contains basic print operation settings, such as original paper size, print paper size, paper source, paper type, orientation, number of copies, and so on. 1) Original Paper Size This selects the size of a document to be printed.
  • Page 225 — Primary Tab Dialog Tab Manufacturer Select the product name of the tab paper that you use. This equipment supports following tab paper. For Letter Tab: Blanks USA copy Tabs (5 Banks) LT + 1/2” Tab Blanks USA copy Tabs (8 Banks) LT + 1/2” Tab For A4 Tab: KOKUYO A4-S (5 Banks) King JIM A4-S (5Banks)
  • Page 226 5 Printing from Windows When you place the tab paper on the Bypass Tray, make sure the tab side of the paper becomes outside. Place the tab paper so that the tab side becomes outside. If the document for tab printing is not created properly or the Image Shift Width is not set properly, the image will not be printed in the correct position within the tab extension.
  • Page 227: Finishing Tab

    5) Paper Type This sets the media type of the paper. - Plain — Select this when printing on 20 lbs plain paper (64-80 g/m2 plain paper). - Thick1 — Select this when printing on 24-28 lbs thick paper (81-105 g/m2 thick paper). - Thick2 —...
  • Page 228 5 Printing from Windows - Rotated Sort Copies — Select this for rotate sort-printing. “Group Copies” and “Rotated Sort Copies” can be selected only when more than 2 cop- ies are entered at the Number of Copies option. “Rotated Sort Copies” can be selected only when “Letter”, “A4”, “B5”, or “16K” is selected at the Output Paper Size option.
  • Page 229 2-Sided printing cannot be set when the following paper size in selected at the “Print Paper Size” drop down menu in the Basic Tab. - A5 - A6 - A4 Tab - Letter Tab 2-Sided printing cannot be set when the following paper type in selected at the “Paper Type”...
  • Page 230 5 Printing from Windows - 1/2 Comp on Comp — Select this to print a 1/2 Computer size booklet. Every 2 pages are printed on Computer paper to fit on half a sheet. - 1/2 Folio on Folio — Select this to print a 1/2 Folio size booklet. Every 2 pages are printed on Folio paper to fit on half a sheet.
  • Page 231 - Right to Left by column — Select this to arrange pages vertically from the top and printed right to left on one sheet. Draw Borders Around Pages Check this to print borders around each page. 4) Staple This sets whether a print job is printed with staples. - Upper Left —...
  • Page 232 5 Printing from Windows The selectable options vary depending on the paper size. “Center Double” can be selected only when the Saddle Stitch Finisher is installed. 2-Sided printing cannot be set when the following paper size in selected at the “Print Paper Size”...
  • Page 233 Paper Handling Tab The Paper Handling tab allows you to enable Front Cover printing, Back Cover printing, Insert- ing Pages, and Interleaving Pages. 1) Destination This selects the destination tray to which jobs will be output. - Inner Tray — Select this to route the output to the inner tray. - Tray 1 —...
  • Page 234 5 Printing from Windows The selectable values in the Source drop down menu vary depending on the optional devices installed on this equipment and their configuration on the Configuration tab. Print Style This selects how you want to print a cover. - Do not print on page —...
  • Page 235 4) Insert Pages This sets sheet insertion printing which allows you to insert a sheet between pages, or print a specific page on a sheet fed from a tray other than the Paper Source option selected on the Basic tab. This option is useful when you want to insert a blank sheet between chapters, or when you want to print chapter cover pages on the different paper.
  • Page 236 5 Printing from Windows The selectable values in the Paper Source drop down menu vary depending on the optional devices installed on this equipment and their configuration on the Configuration tab. Paper Type Select the paper type to be inserted. If “Blank”...
  • Page 237: Image Quality Tab

    5) Interleave Pages This sets the interleaving page feature that is useful when you want to insert paper of a dif- ferent type (or from another source) between every page of your print job. For example, you could use this option to insert blank, colored sheets between overhead transparencies. To enable interleaving pages, check on the box and select the location from where sheets are to be fed.
  • Page 238: Effect Tab

    5 Printing from Windows - Auto — Select this to print using proper halftone depending on the contents in the docu- ment automatically. When this is selected, the halftone is printed in detail for the texts, and smoothly for the graphics. - Detail —...
  • Page 239 Effect Tab for PS3 1) Watermark This selects the watermark to be used or edited. The following values except “None” are the default watermarks that have been registered in the printer driver. New watermarks you cre- ate are added to the drop down menu list. - None —...
  • Page 240 5 Printing from Windows If the print job has several pages in the document, only the first page of the document will be saved as an overlay file. Both the overlay file and the documents on which you superimpose the overlay image must be created at the same size orientation.
  • Page 241 — Add/Edit Watermark When you click [Add] or [Edit], the Watermark dialog box appears and you can create new watermark or edit selected watermarks. 1) X Position The horizontal position of a watermark is displayed. You can change the position using the horizontal scroll bar.
  • Page 242: Others Tab

    5 Printing from Windows 11) Draw as Outline Select this to print outline type of watermark. 12) Transparency Select this to print a transparent watermark. When you select this, set the brightness from 0 (darker) to 100% (lighter) in units of 1%. You can also set the brightness using the scroll bar. Others Tab The Others tab contains print options such as toner saving, custom paper size and so on.
  • Page 243 When the toner save mode is enabled, printing may become light. 3) Do not Print Blank Pages Check this ignore blank pages for printing. If Watermark feature is enabled all pages will be printed even when the content is blank. The pages that the header or footer exists will be printed even if the content are blank.
  • Page 244: Postscript Settings

    5 Printing from Windows — PostScript Settings 1) Output Format This selects the output format for printing. - ASCII — The job is sent in ASCII data format. - Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) — The job is sent in EPS format. - Tagged BCP —...
  • Page 245 The Fonts tab can be displayed only from the Printers folder (and not displayed when displaying the properties from the application’s Print dialog box). When using Windows Vista In order to open the Fonts tab, right-click the printer icon and select [Run as administrator]. Then enter the administrator's password of the client computer to operate with an administrator's privilege.
  • Page 246: Configuration Tab

    5 Printing from Windows 3) [Run Font Manager] Click this to run the Font Manager. This is not available if the Font Manager is not installed. The [Run Font Manager] button is not displayed for the PCL6 printer driver. Configuration Tab The Configuration Tab allows you to configure options.
  • Page 247 - Drawer 1 & LCF — Select this when the Drawer 1 and LCF are installed. - Drawer 1 & Drawer3 — Select this when the Drawer 1 and Drawer 3 are installed. - Drawer 1,3 & Drawer4 — Select this when the Drawer 1, Drawer 3 and Drawer 4 are installed.
  • Page 248 5 Printing from Windows If the connection to the equipment has not been configured correctly, the message “The address of your printer could not be located. Would you like to find it?” will be displayed when the Configuration tab is displayed. If it is displayed, click [Yes] and search for the equipment using the TopAccessDocMon Local Discovery dialog box.
  • Page 249: Printing With Extended Print Functionality

    Printing with Extended Print Functionality In this section, procedures are given to print various types of print jobs, using the layout and fin- ishing options. Printing Various Print Job Types The printer drivers provide various ways to handle such jobs as Scheduled Print, Private Print, Proof Print, Overlay Image file, and Store to e-Filing.
  • Page 250: Printing Private Print Jobs

    5 Printing from Windows Click [OK] or [Print] to send the print job. The document will be queued to print at the specified time and date. Printing Private Print Jobs The private print feature permits sensitive or confidential documents to be printed only in the presence of the person who sent the job.
  • Page 251 Press the [JOB STATUS] button on the control panel. The print job list is displayed. Press the [PRIVATE] button. Select the appropriate user name and press the [PASSWORD] but- ton. The letter entry menu is displayed. Key in the password, which has previously been set from the client PC, and then press the [ENTER] button.
  • Page 252: Printing Proof Print Jobs

    5 Printing from Windows Select the job you want to print on the private print job list. If the corresponding job is not displayed on the page, press the [Prev] or [Next] button to switch the page. To select all jobs on the private print job list, press the [SELECT ALL] button. To clear the selection, press the [ALL CLEAR] button.
  • Page 253 Click [OK] or [Print] to send the print job. One copy of the document is printed and the print job is stored in the Proof Job list in the Touch Panel Display. Press the [JOB STATUS] button on the control panel. The print job list is displayed.
  • Page 254: Creating An Overlay File

    5 Printing from Windows Press the [RELEASE] button. Printing starts. The printing status can be confirmed on the print job list. When you want to change the number of sets When you want to change the number of sets, press the [EDIT] button and key in the desired number.
  • Page 255 Click [...]. The Overlay Image Name dialog box appears. Enter a overlay image name and then click [OK]. You can enter up to 63 characters. Set any other print options you require and click [OK]. The Overlay Image Name dialog box appears. Click [OK] or [Print] to send the print job.
  • Page 256: Printing With Various Layout And Finishing Options

    5 Printing from Windows Click [OK] or [Print] to send the print job. The print job is saved to a public box. Select “Public Box” to save a print job to a public box. If you print a job as well as saving to the public box, check the “Print”...
  • Page 257 Output each copy separately Display the Basic tab and enter the number of copies to be printed at the “Number of Copies” field. Display the Finishing tab and select “Sort Copies” icon at “Copy Handling”. Set any other print options you require and click [OK]. Click [OK] or [Print] to send the print job.
  • Page 258 5 Printing from Windows Display the Basic tab and enter the number of copies to be printed at the “Number of Copies” field. Display the Finishing tab and select “Rotated Sort” icon at “Copy Handling”. Set any other print options you require and click [OK]. Click [OK] or [Print] to send the print job.
  • Page 259: Stapling And Hole Punching

    Printing an enlarged or reduced image by specifying the zoom ratio manually Display the Basic tab and check the “Manual Scale” box. Then enter the percentage of zoom ratio. The zoom ratio can be set from 25% to 400% in units of 1%. Set any other print options you require and click [OK].
  • Page 260 5 Printing from Windows Punching holes Display the Finishing tab and check the “Hole Punch” check box. Then select how to hole punching. Center Top — Select this to create holes along the top edge. Middle Left — Select this to create holes along the left side. Set any other print options you require and click [OK].
  • Page 261: Printing On Both Sides Of A Sheet

    Printing on Both Sides of a Sheet You can print on both sides of the paper. Printing both sides of paper Display the Finishing tab, check the “2-Sided Printing” check box and select the direction to be printed. Book — Select this to print on both sides of the paper in a vertical direction, so the pages can be bound and turned over right and left.
  • Page 262 5 Printing from Windows To print or insert a front cover, check the “Use Front Cover” box and select the drawer where the cover paper is loaded at the “Source” drop down menu. Then select whether inserting a blank cover or printed front cover at the “Print Style” drop down menu. Do not print on page —...
  • Page 263 Enter the page numbers the sheet will be inserted in each “Page” field and select the “Print Style”, “Paper Source”, and “Paper Type” options as you require. Then click [OK].Select the Use Tab Paper check box and make settings when you want to insert the tab paper. Set any other print options you require and click [OK].
  • Page 264: Printing Booklets

    5 Printing from Windows To print the previous page on interleaved sheets, check on “Dupli- cate” box. This equipment prints every previous page on interleaved sheets which are inserted after the page so that you can duplicate a document. Set any other print options you require and click [OK]. Click [OK] or [Print] to send the print job.
  • Page 265 Select the a booklet size at the “Output Document Layout” drop down menu. Letter-Half on Letter — Select this to print a 1/2 Letter size booklet. Every 2 pages are printed on Letter paper to fit on half a sheet. LT on LD —...
  • Page 266 5 Printing from Windows Select the page order for booklet in the “In page of the order” option. From Left to Right — Select this to print the pages from left to right. From Right to Left — Select this to print the pages from right to left. If you want to add a margin space between facing pages, enter a width in the “Center”...
  • Page 267: Printing Several Reduced Pages Per Sheet

    Printing Several Reduced Pages per Sheet The N-up feature allows you to condense and print several pages of a document on one sheet of paper. This feature is very useful for browsing a large number of pages for appearance or page order.
  • Page 268: Using Watermarks

    5 Printing from Windows Using Watermarks Watermarks overprint your document with useful information, such as “Confidential,” “Draft,” or “Original.” You can choose from several predefined watermarks or you can create and save your own custom watermarks. Watermarks are text only. To add graphics or other document elements, use image overlays instead.
  • Page 269 Creating or editing a watermark Click [Add] to create new watermark, or select a watermark that you want to edit and click [Edit] to edit a watermark. The Watermark dialog box appears. Enter the watermark text in the “Caption” field. You can enter up to 63 characters for the “Caption”...
  • Page 270: Deleting A Watermark

    5 Printing from Windows Deleting a watermark You can delete the default watermarks. However, they cannot be restored by clicking the [Restore Defaults] button. Select a watermark that you want to delete at the “Watermark” drop down menu. Click [Delete]. Printing with an Overlay File Using image overlays ensures that widely-used images are readily available and consistently reproduced.
  • Page 271: Printing On A Tab Paper

    Printing on a Tab Paper This equipment supports tab printing, which can print in the tab extension of the tab paper. This equipment can print only on the Letter sized or A4 sized tab paper. If mis-printing occurs while multiple tab pages are printed continuously, toner may adhere to the reverse side of a paper.
  • Page 272 5 Printing from Windows When printing a document, display the Basic tab of the printer driver properties, select document size in the “Original Paper Size” drop down menu, and select either “Letter Tab” or “A4 Tab” (according to the document size) in the “Print Paper Size” drop down menu.
  • Page 273 Click [OK] or [Print] to send the print job. The print job is printed on the tab paper. Printing with Extended Print Functionality...
  • Page 275 Printing from Macintosh This describes the instructions on how to print from client computer. Printing from Application on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.4.x....276 Considerations and Limitations .......................276 How to Print from Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.4.x..............276 Page Setup Dialog on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.4.x............277 Print Dialog on Mac OS X 10.3.x to Mac OS X 10.4.x ..............278 Print Dialog on Mac OS X 10.2.x ....................292...
  • Page 276: Chapter 6 Printing From Macintosh

    6 Printing from Macintosh Printing from Application on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.4.x Once you have installed the PPD file as described in "Installing the Printer on Mac OS X 10.2.4 to Mac OS X 10.4.x" on page 141, you can print directly from most Mac OS applications. When the User Management Setting is enabled on the equipment, the print jobs that are sent from Macintosh computers are processed as invalid jobs according to the Department Code Enforcement setting.
  • Page 277: Page Setup Dialog On Mac Os X 10.2.4 To Mac Os X 10.4.x

    In the dialog box that appears, make sure the name of the equip- ment is selected at the “Printer” menu and specify the Print set- tings for your print job. Setting the Print Setup varies depending on how you want to print a document. P.292 “Print Dialog on Mac OS X 10.2.x”...
  • Page 278: Print Dialog On Mac Os X 10.3.x To Mac Os X 10.4.x

    6 Printing from Macintosh 2) Paper Size This selects the size of a document to be printed. Available original paper sizes are listed below: US Letter Tabloid (Ledger) US Legal Statement Computer 13”LG Folio 8.5”SQ The default paper size is “Letter” for the United States, and “A4” for the other countries. 3) Orientation This sets the paper printing direction.
  • Page 279 Copies & Pages In the Copies & Pages menu, you can set general print options such as number of copies, and sort printing. 1) Copies This sets the number of printed copies. You can set any integer from 1 to 999. 2) Collated Check this for sort-printing (1, 2, 3...
  • Page 280: Output Options

    6 Printing from Macintosh - 6 — Select this to print images from 6 pages arranged on one sheet. - 9 — Select this to print images from 9 pages arranged on one sheet. - 16 — Select this to print images from 16 pages arranged on one sheet. 2) Layout Direction This sets how pages are arranged on one sheet.
  • Page 281 This menu is displayed only for Mac OS X 10.3.x. 1) Save as File Check this to save a print job as a file. When this is checked, select the file type at the “For- mat” drop down menu. 2) Format This sets the format of a file to be saved.
  • Page 282: Paper Handling

    6 Printing from Macintosh Scheduler In the Scheduler menu, you can set when a print job will be sent to the equipment. 1) Print Document This sets when a print job will be sent to the equipment. - Now — Select this to send a print job now. - At —...
  • Page 283 Mac OS X 10.4.x 1) Page Order Select the page order for printing. 2) Print Select whether all pages will be printed or only odd or even pages will be printed. 3) Destination Paper Size Select the output paper size. - Use documents paper size —...
  • Page 284: Cover Page

    6 Printing from Macintosh Cover Page In the Cover Page menu, you can set whether a print job is sent with a banner page. The ban- ner page includes information about owner of the job, job name, application name, date and time, and printer name.
  • Page 285: Paper Feed

    1) PostScript Errors This sets whether or not you want to print a PostScript error report. - No special reporting — Select this if you do not want to print PostScript error informa- tion. - Print detailed report — Select this to print PostScript error information. 2) Tray Switching This is not supported by this equipment.
  • Page 286: Print Mode

    6 Printing from Macintosh Print Mode In the Print Mode menu, you can set the way this equipment handles the print job. This menu allows you to enable various job types such as Private Print and Proof Print. 1) Print Mode This sets the type of print job.
  • Page 287 — Quality In the Quality menu, you can specify various image quality features. 1) Halftone This sets how halftone is printed. - Auto — Select this to print using proper halftone depending on the contents in the docu- ment automatically. When this is selected, the halftone is printed in detail for the texts, and smoothly for the graphics.
  • Page 288 6 Printing from Macintosh — Finishing In the Finishing menu, you can set destination, hole punching and stapling. 1) Destination This selects the destination tray. - Printer’s Default — Select this to route the output to the default tray (that is set as the default tray for raw job in the Printer setting page of TopAccess Administrator’s page).
  • Page 289 - Long Edge Punch without rotation — Select this to create holes on the left side for the portrait document, or on the top for the landscape document. - Short Edge Punch without rotation — Select this to create holes on the top for the por- trait document, or on the right for the landscape document.
  • Page 290 6 Printing from Macintosh - Middle Left (Portrait)/Middle Top (Landscape) — Select this to staple double in the left for the portrait document, or in the top for the landscape document. - Lower Left (Portrait)/Upper Left (Landscape) — Select this to staple in the lower left for the portrait document, or in the upper left for the landscape document.
  • Page 291 - Middle Bottom (Portrait)/Middle Left (Landscape) — Select this to staple double in the bottom for the portrait document, or in the left for the landscape document. - Saddle Stitch (Portrait)/Saddle Stitch (Landscape) — Select this to staple double in the center for a booklet to be printed.
  • Page 292: Print Dialog On Mac Os X 10.2.x

    6 Printing from Macintosh 4) Booklet Outer Margin Select the width of space added short edge side of a sheet. Print Dialog on Mac OS X 10.2.x The Print dialog boxes can be displayed by selecting the [Print] command from the [File] menu of the application.
  • Page 293 Layout In the Layout menu, you can set N-up printing (multiple pages per sheets). The items in the Lay- out menu vary depending on the Mac OS version. 1) Pages per Sheet This sets the number of multiple pages printed on one sheet. The pages are reduced to fit the selected paper size automatically and are printed.
  • Page 294 6 Printing from Macintosh Duplex In the Duplex menu, you can set 2-Sided printing (printing on both sides of a sheet). 1) Print on Both Sides Check this to print on both sides of the paper. When this is checked, select the binding direc- tion at the “Binding”...
  • Page 295 2) Format This sets the format of a file to be saved. - PDF — Select this to save a print job as a PDF file. - PostScript — Select this to save a print job as a PS file. Error Handling In the Error Handling menu, you can set how to report a PostScript error.
  • Page 296: Printer Features

    6 Printing from Macintosh 2) First page from Select the option button when you want to specify different paper source for a first page and remaining pages. When this selected, select the paper source or paper type to be used for a first page at the drop down menu.
  • Page 297 - Private - Password — Select this to print a private job. When this is selected, specify the 5-digit password in the Private Document Password menu. The print job is saved in the private job queue on this equipment, and not printed until you activate printing from the Touch Panel Display of this equipment.
  • Page 298 6 Printing from Macintosh 3) Toner Save Select this to print in the toner save mode. — Private Document Password In the Private Document Password menu, you can specify the Document ID number for the pri- vate job. It is recommended to specify the Private Document Password when you select to print a private job.
  • Page 299 — Finishing In the Finishing menu, you can set destination, hole punching and stapling. 1) Destination This selects the destination tray. - Auto — Select this to route the output to the default tray (that is set as the default tray for raw job in the Printer setting page of TopAccess Administrator’s page).
  • Page 300 6 Printing from Macintosh - Long Edge Punch without rotation — Select this to create holes on the left side for the portrait document, or on the top for the landscape document. - Short Edge Punch without rotation — Select this to create holes on the top for the por- trait document, or on the right for the landscape document.
  • Page 301 - Middle Left (Portrait)/Middle Top (Landscape) — Select this to staple double in the left for the portrait document, or in the top for the landscape document. - Lower Left (Portrait)/Upper Left (Landscape) — Select this to staple in the lower left for the portrait document, or in the upper left for the landscape document.
  • Page 302 6 Printing from Macintosh - Middle Bottom (Portrait)/Middle Left (Landscape) — Select this to staple double in the bottom for the portrait document, or in the left for the landscape document. - Saddle Stitch (Portrait)/Saddle Stitch (Landscape) — Select this to staple double in the center for a booklet to be printed.
  • Page 303 How the equipment performs printing for an invalid department code print job, which no depart- ment code or invalid department code is specified, varies depending on the Department Code Enforcement setting that can be set from TopAccess Administrator mode. When the Depart- ment Code Enforcement is set to "ON", the invalid department code print job will be stored in the invalid department code print job list without printing.
  • Page 304: Printing From Application On Mac Os 8.6 To 9.x

    6 Printing from Macintosh Printing from Application on Mac OS 8.6 to 9.x Once you have installed the PPD file as described in the section "Installing the Printer on Mac OS 8.6/9.x" on page 168, you can print directly from most Mac OS applications. When the User Management Setting is enabled on the equipment, the print jobs that are sent from Macintosh computers are processed as invalid jobs according to the Department Code Enforcement setting.
  • Page 305: Printing From Application On Mac Os 8.6 To 9.x

    In the dialog box that appears, make sure the printer name is selected at the “Printer” menu and specify the Print settings for your print job. Setting the Print Setup varies depending on how you want to print a document. P.306 “Print Dialog on Mac OS 8.6/9.x”...
  • Page 306: Print Dialog On Mac Os 8.6/9.x

    6 Printing from Macintosh 2) Paper This selects the size of a document to be printed. Available original paper sizes are listed below: Letter Ledger Legal Statement Computer 13”LG Folio 8.5”SQ The default paper size is “Letter” for the United States, and “A4” for the other countries. 3) Orientation This sets the paper printing direction.
  • Page 307 General In the General menu, you can set the general print options such as number of copies, sort print- ing. 1) Copies This sets the number of printed copies. You can set any integer from 1 to 999. 2) Collated Check this for sort-printing (1, 2, 3...
  • Page 308: Background Printing

    6 Printing from Macintosh Background Printing In the Background Printing menu, you can set how the print job is spooled. 1) Print in This sets how the print job is spooled. - Foreground (no spool file) — Select this to disable any operation on the computer until printing is completed.
  • Page 309 2) Intent Do not specify this because “ColorSync Color Matching” and “PostScript Color Matching” at the “Print Color” drop down menu are not supported. 3) Printer Profile Do not specify this because “ColorSync Color Matching” and “PostScript Color Matching” at the “Print Color”...
  • Page 310: Font Settings

    6 Printing from Macintosh Font Settings In the Font Settings menu, you can set how the fonts are printed. 1) Annotate Font Keys Check this to annotate font keys for printing. 2) Preferred Format This sets the whether Type 1 fonts or TrueType fonts are used for printing. - Type 1 —...
  • Page 311 2) Job Documentation This sets whether job logs or job copies are generated or not. - Generate Job Copy — Check this to generate a job copy. If enabled, a job copy is gen- erated in the folder which is specified at the “Job Documentation Folder”. - Generate Job Log —...
  • Page 312: Finishing Options

    6 Printing from Macintosh 3) Border Select whether a border line is to be drawn on each page. It is available only when the N-up printing (printing a page on multiple sheets) is set. - None — Select this if no border line to be drawn. - Single hairline —...
  • Page 313 - Job Separator Lower — Select this to route the output to the lower tray of the Job Sep- arator. “Stapling and hole punching cannot be performed according to the type of the Finisher installed and the destination setting. When "Auto" is select at the Destination option, the paper might be delivered to a tray which cannot carry out stapling or hole punching according to the setting of the equip- ment.
  • Page 314 6 Printing from Macintosh - Short Edge Punch with 180 degree rotation — Select this to create holes on the bot- tom for the portrait document, or on the left for the landscape document. This option cannot be selected if a hole punch unit is not installed. 3) Stapling This sets whether a print job is stapled.
  • Page 315 - Middle Right (Portrait)/Middle Bottom (Landscape) — Select this to staple double in the right for the portrait document, or in the bottom for the landscape document. - Lower Right (Portrait)/Lower Left (Landscape) — Select this to staple in the lower right for the portrait document, or in the lower left for the landscape document.
  • Page 316 6 Printing from Macintosh Printing Modes In the Printing Mode menu, you can set the way this equipment handles the print job. This menu allows you to enable various system features such as Private Print and Proof Print. 1) Print Job This sets the type of print job.
  • Page 317: Booklet Mode Options

    4) Do not Print Blank Pages Select whether you require printing blank pages. Booklet Mode Options In the Booklet Mode Options menu, you can set booklet printing. 1) Booklet Paper Size Select a paper size to print a booklet. Each two pages are printed on both side of a sheet before folding.
  • Page 318: Watermark Options

    6 Printing from Macintosh Watermark Options In the Watermark Options (A) and Watermark Options (B) menu, you can enable watermark printing. 1) Watermarking This sets the printing of a watermark. 2) Watermark Text Select the watermark text to be printed. If there is not a preferred watermark in the list, enter the watermark text in the field displayed.
  • Page 319 8) Watermark Outline Select the outline points or “Filled” to print a watermark as a solid text. If there is not a pre- ferred point listed, enter from 0.1 points to 20 points in units of 0.1 points. Quality In the Quality menu, you can specify various image quality features. 1) Halftone This sets how halftone is printed.
  • Page 321 Printing from UNIX This describes the instructions on how to print from UNIX workstation. Printing from an Application................322 Considerations and Limitations .......................322 Printing Using LP Command......................322 Generic “lp” and “lptap” Options......................322 General Options ..........................323 PCL5e Specific Options ........................333...
  • Page 322: Chapter 7 Printing From Unix

    7 Printing from UNIX Printing from an Application This section describes how to print from a UNIX workstation. When the User Management Setting is enabled on the equipment, the print jobs that are sent from UNIX workstations are processed as invalid jobs according to the Department Code Enforcement setting.
  • Page 323: General Options

    Title The title that is printed on the banner page can be specified using the “-t title” parameter with the “lp” command. The default value is determined by the “lp” command and it is often the name of the print file. If multiple files are printed using the same “lp” command the default title is set to the name of the first file by the “lp”...
  • Page 324: Output Bin

    7 Printing from UNIX Alternate Option Value Description Value staple=2 Put two staples on the left side of a portrait page or the top side of a landscape page printed on long-edge-feed paper. This command has no affect when the paper is fed from the short-edge side.
  • Page 325: Hole Punching

    Example: The command to specify output bin 1 is “lp -o bin1 filename”. Hole Punching When the hole punch option is installed it can be activated using the following option. Alternate Option Value Description Value punch=0 nopunch Hole punching is turned off. punch=1 Hole punch long edge without rotation.
  • Page 326: Paper Source

    7 Printing from UNIX Paper Source The paper source can be selected using the following options. Alternate Option Value Description Value auto-source Select auto paper tray selection. manual Select Bypass Tray. drawer1 upper Select the 1st drawer. cas1 drawer2 lower Select the 2nd drawer.
  • Page 327: Paper Size

    Paper Size The current paper size can be specified using the following options. Alternate Option Value Description Value letter Select letter size paper. Select A4 size paper. legal Select legal size paper. statement Select statement size paper. ledger Select ledger size paper. ledgerwode ldwide Select ledger wide size paper.
  • Page 328: Department Code

    7 Printing from UNIX Alternate Option Value Description Value private=din Process as a private print job. The din is up to 63-digit (between 1 to 63) password. If this option is not specified, the printer’s default value will be used. A private printing job requires the user to enter a maximum number of 63 character long string.
  • Page 329: Toner Save

    Do not Print Blank Pages The Blank page mode can be selected using the following option. Alternate Option Value Description Value blankpage=0 Set the blank page mode (disable Do not Print Blank Pages). blankpage=1 Cancel the blank page mode (enable Do not Print Blank Pages).
  • Page 330: Page Layout

    7 Printing from UNIX Alternate Option Value Description Value booklet=B5 Select JIS B5 size paper for booklet printing mode. B5-JIS b5-jis booklet= Select computer size paper for booklet printing mode. computer booklet=legal13 lg13 Select legal-13 size paper for booklet printing mode. LG13 booklet=SQ85 sq85...
  • Page 331: Center Margin

    Alternate Option Value Description Value left2right=on Select left to right page layout for booklet printing mode. This is the default setting. If the value is ON then the layout of the pages is from Left to Right as shown in the figure below. If left2right=off then long edge binding is selected, otherwise if left2right=on then short edge binding is used.
  • Page 332: Font Pitch

    7 Printing from UNIX Collate The collate option can be selected using the following options. Alternate Option Value Description Value collate=off Cancel the collate printing mode. collate=on Set the collate printing mode. Example: The command to select collate off is “lp -o collate=off filename”. Orientation The following orientation options are available.
  • Page 333: Pcl5e Specific Options

    As this equipment is a page printer we cannot change the physical length of a piece of paper so the actual effect of this command is to change the value for lines per inch so that the requested number of lines is printed on the page. The actual page length may differ from this value if the top margin or the text length option is used.
  • Page 334: Right Margin

    7 Printing from UNIX Right Margin The right margin position can be specified with the following option. Alternate Option Value Description Value rm=value Set the right margin to value columns. If the right margin is set to the left of the left margin or if it is set to a position wider than the logi- cal page it will be ignored.
  • Page 335 The title of the job. This title can be specified using the “-t” option. The same title is used for every file within a job. The default title is controlled by the “lp” command. The name of the printer or its IP address. The date and time when the job was printed according to the print server.
  • Page 336 7 Printing from UNIX — Banner Paper Source The banner paper source can be specified using the following option. Alternate Option Value Description Value bauto-source Select the auto paper tray selection. bdrawer1 bupper Select the 1st drawer. bcas1 bdrawer2 blower Select the 2nd drawer.
  • Page 337: Other Printing Methods

    Other Printing Methods This equipment also supports following printing methods: FTP Printing......................338 Email Printing......................340...
  • Page 338: Ftp Printing

    8 Other Printing Methods FTP Printing FTP printing is available when the FTP print service is enabled on this equipment. You can print a document by sending the print file to this equipment using the FTP. This equip- ment can accept following files for printing: PCL file PS file Text file...
  • Page 339 Type the following command and press the [Enter] key: put <file name> For example of the print file name is “sample.ps”: put sample.ps The file is sent to this equipment and spooled in the queue. FTP Printing...
  • Page 340: Email Printing

    8 Other Printing Methods Email Printing Email printing is available when enabled on this equipment. You can print a document by sending the print file, as an email attachment, to this equipment using the mail client software. This equipment can accept only TIFF-S, TIFF-F and TIFF-J files for printing: When the User Management Setting is enabled on the equipment, the print jobs that are sent by Email printing are processed as invalid jobs according to the Department Code...
  • Page 341 Monitoring Print Jobs This section describes how to monitor print jobs using TopAccessDocMon. Monitoring Print Jobs with TopAccessDocMon ..........342 Features and Functions ........................342 How to Use TopAccessDocMon......................342 Monitoring the Printer........................348...
  • Page 342: Chapter 9 Monitoring Print Jobs

    Monitoring Print Jobs with TopAccessDocMon TopAccessDocMon is a job monitoring tool that can remotely display and manage print jobs on the queues of the equipment and other compatible TOSHIBA printer controllers from the client computer. TopAccessDocMon supports device and job monitoring the following TOSHIBA controllers:...
  • Page 343: Document Monitor Taskbar Menu

    First, load TopAccessDocMon so its icon appears on the Windows operating system taskbar. You only need to do this once. Starting TopAccessDocMon Click the [Start] menu. Select [TOSHIBA e-STUDIO Client] in the [All Programs] menu, and click [TopAccessDocMon]. The TopAccessDocMon icon appears in the taskbar. — Document Monitor Taskbar Menu After TopAccessDocMon is activated, you can access its functions from the Document Monitor menu (displayed by right-clicking on the TopAccessDocMon icon in the taskbar).
  • Page 344: Configuring The Start Up Options

    9 Monitoring Print Jobs Configure — This allows you to configure how TopAccessDocMon monitors the devices. When this is selected, the configuration dialog box appears. P.344 “Configuring TopAccessDocMon” Exit — This allows you to exit TopAccessDocMon. TopAccessDocMon — This allows you to display the TopAccessDocMon window for the default printer.
  • Page 345 — Configuring the Notification In the Notification tab, you can enable or disable the events notified by TopAccessDocMon. If you disable SNMP communication in the printer driver, the notification of the TopAccessDoc- Mon also will be disabled. 1) Events This sets the events which are notified. To enable or disable the notification of each event, click the arrow button in the right.
  • Page 346 9 Monitoring Print Jobs - Printer door is open — Check this to notify you when the cover on the printer is open. - Printer requires attention — Check this to notify you when the printer requires immedi- ate attention. - Toner is Empty —...
  • Page 347 Document Notification You can set the refresh rate from 0 second to 1 minute in units of 10 seconds. The default refresh rate for the document notification is 30 seconds. Printer Status You can set the refresh rate from 0 second to 5 minute in units of 30 seconds. The default refresh rate for the document notification is 1 minute.
  • Page 348: Monitoring The Printer

    9 Monitoring Print Jobs — Finding the Printer Address The Installed tab displays the network IP address of each device on your computer that has a printer driver installed. 1) Printer Name This displays the printer driver name. 2) Port This displays the port on your computer to which the printer driver is connected.
  • Page 349: Accessing From The Printers File Menu

    TopAccessDocMon displays the TopAccessDocMon window for the printer set as a default printer in the Printers folder. If the default printer is set to other than the TOSHIBA printer driver, it displays the error message and the TopAccessDocMon window cannot be displayed.
  • Page 350: Searching For A Printer

    9 Monitoring Print Jobs — Searching for a Printer When you activate TopAccessDocMon, if the printer driver you select is not connected correctly to the printer, a message dialog box appears. In this case, you can use the printer discovery functions to search the printer automatically in the network, or enter the printer address manually.
  • Page 351 Click [Start Discovery] to begin the process. TopAccessDocMon locates the compatible printers in your network. You can quit the process by clicking [Stop Discovery]. It may not find the device that is located in the different segment. If a device cannot be found, find a device manually from the [Manual Selection] button.
  • Page 352 9 Monitoring Print Jobs Select the printers that you want to monitor from the list and click [OK]. TopAccessDocMon connects to selected printer and displays the TopAccessDocMon window. If you select a different device from the default printer driver (when you run TopAccess- DocMon by selecting [TopAccessDocMon] from the Document Monitor menu in the task bar) or the selected printer driver (when you run TopAccessDocMon by selecting a printer driver in the Printers folder and selecting [TopAccessDocMon] in the File menu), the mes-...
  • Page 353 Click [Manual Selection]. The Manual Selection dialog box appears. Enter each item to specify the printer address and click [OK]. IPv4 Address — Enter the IPv4 address of the printer. IPv6 Address — Enter the IPv6 address of the printer. IPX Address —...
  • Page 354 9 Monitoring Print Jobs Entered printer is added in the list. Select a printer that you want to monitor from the list and click [OK]. TopAccessDocMon connects to selected printer and display the TopAccessDocMon window. If you select a different device from the default printer driver (when you run TopAccess- DocMon by selecting [TopAccessDocMon] from the Document Monitor menu in the task bar) or the selected printer driver (when you run TopAccessDocMon by selecting a printer driver in the Printers folder and selecting [TopAccessDocMon] in the File menu), the mes-...
  • Page 355 3) Network - Enable TCP/IP Search Check on this to search for printers connected to the TCP/IP network. This is available only when the TCP/IP protocol is installed in your computer. When this is enabled, select how TopAccessDocMon should search for printers in the TCP/ IP network.
  • Page 356 9 Monitoring Print Jobs Document > Print Now — This menu is displayed under the Scheduled Print tab. This item overrides the assigned print schedule order for a particular job and prints the selected job immediately. P.363 “Monitoring Queues” Document > Invalid Release — This menu is displayed under the Invalid tab. This item dis- plays the Invalid Release dialog box where the department code is entered and the job is released for printing.
  • Page 357: Checking Device Status

    - Device Status tab — shows the condition of the printer. - Print Queue tab — shows the number of documents in the print queue. - Private Print tab — shows the number of private print jobs. - Proof Print tab — shows the number of proof print jobs. - Scheduled Print tab —...
  • Page 358: Changing Monitoring Devices

    9 Monitoring Print Jobs 2) Name This displays the name of the printer. 3) Model This displays the printer model name. 4) Location This displays the printer’s physical location. 5) Status This tells you if the machine is ready for printing. 6) Hole Punch This displays the type of hole punch unit installed.
  • Page 359 Adding new device by searching the printer automatically Click [Add Device] in the Device Status tab. The TopAccessDocMon Network Discovery dialog box appears. Click [Start Discovery] to begin the process. TopAccessDocMon locates the compatible printers in your network. You can quit the process by clicking [Stop Discovery]. It may not find the device that is located in the different segment.
  • Page 360 9 Monitoring Print Jobs When the process is complete, the printers that have been found are listed in the “Discovered Device” list. If the process continues for a long time, it is because too many network clients are on the network.
  • Page 361 Adding new device by entering the printer address manually Click [Add Device] in the Device Status tab. The TopAccessDocMon Network Discovery dialog box appears. Click [Manual Selection]. The Manual Selection dialog box appears. Monitoring Print Jobs with TopAccessDocMon...
  • Page 362 9 Monitoring Print Jobs Enter each item to specify the printer address. IPv4 Address — Enter the IPv4 address of the printer. IPv6 Address — Enter the IPv6 address of the printer. IPX Address — Enter the IPX address of the printer. This is available only when the IPX/SPX protocol and Novell Client are installed in your computer, and the computer is connected to the NetWare server.
  • Page 363: Monitoring Queues

    You can configure the discovery settings for the Network Discovery in the Discovery Settings dialog box. 1) Devices - Find TOSHIBA Devices Check on this to search only for TOSHIBA devices in your network, such as the e-STUDIO3510c Series, e-STUDIO451c Series, e-STUDIO850 Series, e-STUDIO452 Series, e-STUDIO282 Series, e-STUDIO4511 Series, e-STUDIO450 Series, e-STUDIO280 Series, GL-1020, GL-1010 and SC-2.
  • Page 364: Deleting Print Jobs

    9 Monitoring Print Jobs Status — is the state or condition of the job. Scheduled — for Scheduled Print jobs, this item displays the date and time the job is sched- uled to print in localized form. User Name — identifies who submitted the job. Pages —...
  • Page 365 Click [Document] menu and select [Release Proof]. The Release Proof dialog box appears. Enter the number of copies and click [OK]. The remaining copies of the proof print job are printed. Releasing scheduled print documents immediately Display the Scheduled Print tab and select a scheduled print job that you want to print immediately.
  • Page 366: Event Notification

    9 Monitoring Print Jobs Releasing invalid print documents Display the Invalid Print tab and select a print job that you want to print. You can release the print job only that you originally submitted. The invalid jobs for exceeding the limitation for number of copies cannot be released. Click [Document] menu and select [Invalid Release].
  • Page 367 If you did not select Popup Message as the notification method, you will not see a popup notifi- cation dialog box. Date/Time — displays the date and time of the document. Document — displays the name of the document. Message — displays the event notification message. Notification Number —...
  • Page 369 Troubleshooting This section describes about troubleshooting for printing features. When Printing cannot be Performed..............370 Printer Driver Errors .....................371 Printer Driver Installation Error Messages ..................371 Printer Driver General Errors ......................372 TopAccessDocMon Errors ...................375 TopAccessDocMon Error Conditions ....................375 TopAccessDocMon Error Messages ....................376 Device Status Indicators........................382...
  • Page 370: When Printing Cannot Be Performed

    10 Troubleshooting When Printing cannot be Performed This problem can arise as the result of a hardware malfunction, a network communication or configuration problem. Before troubleshooting the client error, ask your administrator to trouble- shoot the hardware or network errors. Those troubleshooting are described in the Network Administration Guide.
  • Page 371: Printer Driver Errors

    Printer Driver Errors Printer Driver Installation Error Messages Setup Needs to Copy Windows NT Files Problem Description The wrong port type was selected from the Printer Ports dialog. Corrective Action 1. Click Cancel until the Add Printer Wizard terminates. 2. Double-click Add Printer from the Printers folder but, when prompted to select a port, choose Local Port.
  • Page 372: Printer Driver General Errors

    10 Troubleshooting This Port is Currently in Use Problem Description The driver was either open, printing a job, or is in use by another printer or application, when you attempted to delete it. Corrective Action Make sure all print jobs have completed before deleting a port. If there are still problems, exit all applications and try again.
  • Page 373: Cannot Remember Document Password

    Corrective Action Change the properties in the document you want to print and recreate the print file. Submit the print job using the LP command without setting additional parameters. Cannot Remember Document Password Problem Description There is no way to obtain the password for a Private Print job after it has been sent. A private print job remains in the queue until the correct Document Password is entered.
  • Page 374 10 Troubleshooting User Back Cover Interleave Pages Insert Pages Booklet Multiple Pages per Sheet All options in the Effect tab All options in the Image Quality tab Corrective Action Disable “Use PostScript Passthrough” in the PostScript Settings dialog box and print a docu- ment.
  • Page 375: Topaccessdocmon Errors

    TopAccessDocMon Errors This section describes about the error conditions and messages of TopAccessDocMon. P.375 “TopAccessDocMon Error Conditions” P.376 “TopAccessDocMon Error Messages” P.382 “Device Status Indicators” TopAccessDocMon Error Conditions Refer to the corrective action for the following error conditions. P.375 “The Device is Not Responding” P.375 “Cannot View Job in TopAccessDocMon Print Queue”...
  • Page 376: Topaccessdocmon Error Messages

    10 Troubleshooting In a Peer to Peer environment, the job may be queued on the Microsoft Windows operating system print spooler and, consequently, not available in Current Jobs or the Jobs Log. If you do not see any error messages and the printer seems to be working fine, resubmit the job. The job may be in the Novell print queue and thus, not visible for the moment.
  • Page 377 A paper jam has occurred. Remove the jam and resubmit the job. The printer is offline. The printer is offline. This may be displayed by monitoring other TOSHIBA device, such as GL-1020, GL-1010, SC-2, so on. Turn the printer online and resubmit the job.
  • Page 378 10 Troubleshooting Status Details Description Cover Open Platen Cover Open - Please Close Cover Close the Platen Cover. Front Cover Open - Please Close Cover. Close the Front Cover. Paper Feeding Cover Open - Please Close Cover. Close the Paper Feeding Cover. Transfer/Transport Unit Open - Please Close Close the Transfer/Transport Unit.
  • Page 379 Status Details Description Paper Jam Paper Jam in Automatic Document Feeder - Refer to the HELP on the Touch Panel Display to Please Clear Paper Path remove jammed paper. Paper Jam in Bypass Tray - Please Clear Paper Refer to the HELP on the Touch Panel Display to Path remove jammed paper.
  • Page 380 10 Troubleshooting Status Details Description Toner Empty Black Toner Empty - Please Replace. Refer to the HELP on the Touch Panel Display to replace the Black Toner. Cyan Toner Empty - Please Replace. Refer to the HELP on the Touch Panel Display to replace the Cyan Toner.
  • Page 381 Status Details Description Printer Error Finisher Disconnected - Please Join Finisher to Join the Finisher to the copier stably. Copier. Hole Punch Jam in Finisher - Please Clear Hole Clear hole punches from the Finisher. Refer to the Punch Operator’s Manual for Basic Function for instruction.
  • Page 382: Device Status Indicators

    10 Troubleshooting Status Details Description Contact Ser- Automatic Document Feeder Error - Please Con- Contact your service representative. vice Techni- tact Service Technician. cian Alignment Error in Automatic Document Feeder - Contact your service representative. Please Contact Service Technician. Motor Error in Automatic Document Feeder - Contact your service representative.
  • Page 383 - Non-recommended toner is being used. For information on resolving the error condition, refer to “REPLACE TONER CARTRIDGE SYMBOL” in Operator’s Manual for Basic Function. - You need to remove excess staples from the Saddle Stitch Finisher. - You performed saddle stitch printing using mixed paper sizes. - Cannot load paper from the LCF.
  • Page 384 10 Troubleshooting Paper Jam The Paper Jam icon indicates that you need to remove jammed paper from the equipment. For information on resolving the error condition, refer to “CLEAR PAPER SYMBOL” in Oper- ator’s Manual for Basic Function. Staple Empty The Add Staples error icon indicates you need to add staples to the finisher.
  • Page 385 Appendix This section describe about the following contents. Managing Fonts with Font Manager..............386 Installing Font Manager........................386 Searching Fonts ..........................386 Installing Fonts in Windows......................386 Uninstalling Fonts in Windows ......................387 Removing Fonts from the Computer ....................387 Displaying Font Preview........................387 Creating a Font Group ........................388 Sorting Fonts in the List ........................388 Internal Fonts List....................390 Internal PCL Fonts List........................390...
  • Page 386: Managing Fonts With Font Manager

    11 Appendix Managing Fonts with Font Manager The Font Manager program can be used to manage your fonts in Windows. This program can be launch by clicking [Run Font Manager] on the Fonts tab of the printer driver. It can: Search your local and network drives for fonts.
  • Page 387: Uninstalling Fonts In Windows

    Installing the TrueType fonts Highlight the fonts you want to install in Windows from the “Avail- able Font List”. Click the [Fonts] menu and select [Install]. The fonts are installed in Windows and added to the installed fonts list. Uninstalling Fonts in Windows You can uninstall the fonts in Windows.
  • Page 388: Creating A Font Group

    11 Appendix Previewing fonts Highlight a font you want to preview from the Available Font List or the installed fonts list. Click [Fonts] menu and select [Preview]. The Preview dialog box appears. The sample font is displayed on the dialog box. Point Size —...
  • Page 389: Inverting The Alphabetical Order

    Inverting the Alphabetical Order The lists can be inverted by clicking on the [Sort] menu and [Inverse Sort]. Managing Fonts with Font Manager...
  • Page 390: Internal Fonts List

    11 Appendix Internal Fonts List Internal PCL Fonts List Courier Helvetica-BoldOblique CG-Times Helvetica-Narrow CG-Times Bold Helvetica-Narrow-Bold CG-Times Italic Helvetica-Narrow-Oblique CG-Times Bold Italic Helvetica-Narrow-BoldOblique CG Omega Palatino-Roman CG Omega Bold Palatino-Bold CG Omega Italic Palatino-Italic CG Omega Bold Italic Palatino-BoldItalic Coronet ITC AvantGarde-Book Clarendon Condensed ITC AvantGarde-BookOblique...
  • Page 391: Internal Ps Fonts List

    Internal PS Fonts List AlbertusMT-Light Eurostile-ExtendedTwo AlbertusMT Eurostile-BoldExtendedTwo AlbertusMT-Italic Geneva AntiqueOlive-Roman GillSans-Light AntiqueOlive-Italic GillSans-LightItalic AntiqueOlive-Bold GillSans AntiqueOlive-Compact GillSans-Italic Apple-Chancery GillSans-Bold ArialMT GillSans-BoldItalic Arial-ItalicMT GillSans-ExtraBold Arial-BoldMT GillSans-BoldCondensed Arial-BoldItalicMT GillSans-Condensed AvantGarde-Book Goudy AvantGarde-BookOblique Goudy-Italic AvantGarde-Demi Goudy-Bold AvantGarde-DemiOblique Goudy-BoldItalic Bodoni Goudy-ExtraBold Bodoni-Italic Helvetica Bodoni-Bold Helvetica-Oblique Bodoni-BoldItalic...
  • Page 392 11 Appendix LubalinGraph-Book Univers-CondensedBold LubalinGraph-BookOblique Univers-CondensedBoldOblique LubalinGraph-Demi Univers-Extended LubalinGraph-DemiOblique Univers-ExtendedObl Marigold Univers-BoldExt Monaco Univers-BoldExtObl MonaLisa-Recut Wingdings-Regular NewCenturySchlbk-Roman ZapfChancery-MediumItalic NewCenturySchlbk-Italic ZapfDingbats NewCenturySchlbk-Bold NewCenturySchlbk-BoldItalic NewYork Optima Optima-Italic Optima-Bold Optima-BoldItalic Oxford Palatino-Roman Palatino-Italic Palatino-Bold Palatino-BoldItalic StempelGaramond-Roman StempelGaramond-Italic StempelGaramond-Bold StempelGaramond-BoldItalic Symbol Taffy Times-Roman Times-Italic Times-Bold Times-BoldItalic TimesNewRomanPSMT...
  • Page 393: Index

    .............16 Features ....291 Booklet Paper Size ............18 Filter ........280 Border ....363 Find All Devices on the Network ......363 Find TOSHIBA Devices ........... 208 Finisher ..........241 Caption ..........221 Finishing Tab ........241 Center Watermark ......... 285 First page from .........
  • Page 394 ........371 ....224 Installation Error Original Paper Size ...........344 ........222 Installed Others Tab ............17 ....229 Installer Output Document Layout ............309 ...........244 Intent Output Format .......237 ......... 239 Interleave Pages Overlay Image ........... 390 ... 209 Internal Fonts Override Application Paper Settings ........
  • Page 395 ..........391 ........232 PS Fonts Use Custom Margin ....... 233 Use Front Cover .......244 Use PostScript Passthrough .........23 Raw TCP Printing ........344 Refresh Rates ........285 ......243 Remaining from Version Information .......223 Restore Defaults ......282 Reverse page order ........240 ........
  • Page 396 INDEX...
  • Page 397 DP-3540/4540 DP-2050/2340/2840 OME050105C0...
  • Page 398 MULTIFUNCTIONAL DIGITAL SYSTEMS Printing Guide 2-17-2, HIGASHIGOTANDA, SHINAGAWA-KU, TOKYO, 141-8664, JAPAN R05092093203-TTEC Ver03 2007-03 ©2005 TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION All rights reserved...

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