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CANON INC.
30-2, Shimomaruko 3-chome, Ohta-ku, Tokyo 146-8501, Japan
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Easy
Operation
Guide
Store this guide next to the machine for future reference.
CONTENTS
Preface
How the Manuals Are Divided ..................... 1
The Control Panel ....................................... 5
Making a Copy............................................. 7
Features Screen ................................ 9
Screen) ............................................ 11
(Special Features Screen) .............. 13
Over view of Copy Features....................... 21
Sending a Fax ........................................... 23
(Fax Screen) .................................... 25
Sending a Document (E-mail, I-fax, File
Ser ver) ............................................ 27
Features Screen)............................. 29
(Scan Settings Screen) ................... 31
(Send Settings Screen)................... 33
Storing Originals in an Inbox ................... 39
in a User Inbox ................................ 41
(Scan Screen) ................................. 43
Mail Box Function Over view ..................... 47
Additional Functions ................................ 53
(Remote UI) ..................................... 79
(Printer Driver) ................................ 81
Troubleshooting ............................................. 85

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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    30-2, Shimomaruko 3-chome, Ohta-ku, Tokyo 146-8501, Japan Sending a Document (E-mail, I-fax, File CANON U.S.A., INC. Ser ver) ..........27 One Canon Plaza, Lake Success, NY 11042, U.S.A. What You Can Do with This Machine (Address Book/Send Basic CANON CANADA INC.
  • Page 2: How The Manuals Are Divided

    How the Manuals Are Divided How the Manuals Are Divided Remote UI Guide The manuals for the machine are divided as follows. Please read them accordingly to make full use of the machine. Read this manual to learn how to access the machine from a computer to operate and Manuals included with optional equipment are included in the list below.
  • Page 3: What You Can Do With This Machine

    What You Can Do with This Machine What You Can Do with This Machine Refer to this manual for examples of the useful ways in which you can use your machine. To Enlarge/Reduce an Image to Copy The imageRUNNER 5075/5065/5055/5050 to a Different Size Paper ..........P.11 Fax Function To Staple Sets of Output Together ..........P.11...
  • Page 4: The Control Panel

    The Control Panel The Control Panel To Switch Functions If the Touch Panel Display is Turned Off If nothing is displayed on the touch panel display even when the main Use these keys to swich functions power switch is ON, follow the procedures below: The control panel consists of a touch panel display, When (Energy Saver) maintains a...
  • Page 5: Copying Function

    Copying Function Making a Copy Making a Copy The following is an explanation of the basic procedure for copying a document. For more detailed procedures, see the references to other guides. Preparations Place Your Originals Specify the Number of Copies Start Copying Placed in the feeder Placed on the platen glass...
  • Page 6: Operating The Express Copy Basic Features Screen

    Copying Function The Control Panel Operating the Express Copy Basic Features Switching between the Copy and Express Copy Basic Features Screen Screen You can press [Copy] This machine includes an Express Copy function. The Express Copy function is useful for advanced users, as it allows or [Express Copy], you to set the various copying modes with fewer steps than the Regular Copy function.
  • Page 7: What You Can Do With This Machine (Regular Copy Basic Features Screen)

    Copying Function What You Can Do with This Machine (Copy Basic Features Screen) What You Can Do with This Machine (Regular Copy Basic Features Screen) To Interrupt a Long Copy Job to Make Priority Copying and Mail Box Guide Copies Chapter 1 The following is an explanation of the features often used when copying a document.
  • Page 8: What You Can Do With This Machine (Special Features Screen)

    Copying Function What You Can Do with This Machine (Special Features Screen) What You Can Do with This Machine (Special Features Screen) To Copy Multiple Originals onto One Sheet of Copying and Mail Box Guide Paper Chapter 4 The following is an explanation of the features often used when copying a Copy This mode enables you to reduce...
  • Page 9: To Erase The Dark Border When Copying A Book

    Copying Function What You Can Do with This Machine (Special Features Screen) What You Can Do with This Machine (Special Features Screen) Copying and Mail Box Guide To Add a Cover Chapter 4 This enables you to load paper different to the copies in the stack bypass, to be used as a cover. You can also add a back cover, sheet insertions, and chapter pages.
  • Page 10: To Scan Batches Of Originals

    Copying Function What You Can Do with This Machine (Special Features Screen) What You Can Do with This Machine (Special Features Screen) Copying and Mail Box Guide To Add Page Numbers to Copies Chapter 4 This enables you to add page numbers to copies. Original Copy Special Features screen (1/2)
  • Page 11: To Store Scanned Originals With Copy Settings

    Copying Function What You Can Do with This Machine (Special Features Screen) What You Can Do with This Machine (Special Features Screen) To Combine Multiple Batches of Originals with Copying and Mail Box Guide Different Copy Settings Chapter 4 This mode enables you to scan multiple batches of originals with different copy settings and print them as one document.
  • Page 12: Overview Of Copy Features

    Copying Function Overview of Copy Features Overview of Copy Features Use the Regular Copy Basic Features screen and the Special Features screen to set the various copy modes. There are two Special Features screens, “1/2” and “2/2”. Copying and Mail Box Guide Regular Copy Basic Features Screen 2-Sided (see p.
  • Page 13: Facsimile Function

    Facsimile Function Sending a Fax Sending a Fax The following is an explanation of the basic procedure for sending a fax. For more information on the settings, see the references in each step. Preparations Place Your Originals Enter the Fax Number Start Sending the Fax Placed in the feeder Press [Send] to switch to the fax mode.
  • Page 14: What You Can Do With This Machine (Fax Screen)

    Facsimile Function What You Can Do with This Machine (Fax Screen) What You Can Do with This Machine (Fax Screen) Sending and Facsimile Guide To Automatically Forward Received Faxes Chapter 11 The following is an explanation of the features often used when faxing a document.
  • Page 15: Sending Function

    Sending Function Sending a Document (E-mail, I-fax, File Server) Sending a Document (E-mail, I-fax, File Server) The following is an explanation of the basic procedure for sending a document. For more detailed procedures, see the references to other guides. Preparations Place Your Originals Specify the Destination Start Sending...
  • Page 16: What You Can Do With This Machine (Address Book/Send Basic Features Screen)

    Sending Function What You Can Do with This Machine (Address Book/Send Basic Features Screen) What You Can Do with This Machine (Address Book/Send Basic Features Screen) Sending and Facsimile Guide To Specify a File Format and Send a Document Chapter 5 You can use the Send function to send handwritten documents to a destination.
  • Page 17: What You Can Do With This Machine (Scan Settings Screen)

    Sending Function What You Can Do with This Machine (Scan Settings Screen) What You Can Do with This Machine (Scan Settings Screen) To Automatically Change the Zoom Ratio Sending and Facsimile Guide According to a Specifi ed Record Size Chapter 3 You can set the Scan Settings to change the appearance of the document to send.
  • Page 18: What You Can Do With This Machine (Send Settings Screen)

    Sending Function What You Can Do with This Machine (Send Settings Screen) What You Can Do with This Machine (Send Settings Screen) Sending and Facsimile Guide To Specify the Time to Start Sending Chapter 5 On the Send Settings screen, you can specify when to send a document and To specify the time to start sending a document, the settings to use when sending, and...
  • Page 19: Sending/Facsimile Function

    Sending/Facsimile Function Overview of Sending/Fax Features Overview of Sending/Fax Features Pressing [Send] displays the Send Basic Features screen. Sending is the process of using the machine to scan a document and send it to a destination via e-mail, fax, or I-fax, or save it on a file server. You can also send a document to different destinations at the same time, for example via e-mail and I-fax, even though they are different sending methods.
  • Page 20 Sending/Facsimile Function Overview of Sending/Fax Features Overview of Sending/Fax Features Send Settings (see p. 33) Job Done Notice (see p. 34) Specifying Send Settings Sending and Facsimile Guide Chapter 5 Enable you to set a subject, reply destination, and sender name Press to send notifi...
  • Page 21: Mail Box Function

    Mail Box Function Storing Originals in an Inbox Storing Originals in an Inbox There are several ways to store image data in an inbox. You can scan originals placed in the feeder or on the platen glass, or alternatively, you can send an image from your computer to one of the inboxes. In this section, the flow of the two basic storing operations is shown.
  • Page 22: Printing/Sending A Document Stored In A User Inbox

    Mail Box Function Printing/Sending a Document Stored in a User Inbox Printing/Sending a Document Stored in a User Inbox The following is an explanation of the basic procedure for printing and sending documents stored in a User Inbox. For more detailed procedures, see the references to other guides. Specify the User Inbox Specify the Documents to Print Start Printing...
  • Page 23: What You Can Do With This Machine (Scan Screen)

    Mail Box Function What You Can Do with This Machine (Scan Screen) What You Can Do with This Machine (Scan Screen) To Confi rm/Erase Documents in a User Inbox from Your Computer The Mail Box function enables you to scan a large volume of documents and save and You can operate the Remote UI manage them as data in the machine.
  • Page 24: What You Can Do With This Machine (Change Print Settings Screen)

    Mail Box Function What You Can Do with This Machine (Change Print Settings Screen) What You Can Do with This Machine (Change Print Settings Screen) To Automatically Delete Document Data After Copying and Mail Box Guide Printing Chapter 2 Documents stored in User Inboxes can be printed out whenever necessary.
  • Page 25: Mail Box Function Overview

    Mail Box Function Mail Box Function Overview Mail Box Function Overview Memory RX Inbox Screen/Memory RX Inbox Copying and Mail Box Guide There are three types of boxes when using the Mail Box function, User Inboxes, Confidential Fax Inboxes, and the Document Selection Screen Chapter 6 Memory RX Inbox.
  • Page 26 Mail Box Function Mail Box Function Overview Mail Box Function Overview Storing Documents in a User Inbox Copying and Mail Box Guide Send Screen Chapter 6 Use the Scan screen and Special Features screen to set There are several types of stored documents: documents Scan Settings for the Mail Box function.
  • Page 27 Mail Box Function Mail Box Function Overview Mail Box Function Overview Printing Documents Stored in a User Inbox Copying and Mail Box Guide Print Screen Chapter 2 Use the Print screen, Change Print Settings screen, and Special Features screen when printing documents stored in a User Inbox.
  • Page 28: Additional Functions

    Additional Functions Additional Functions Press (Additional Functions) on the touch panel to display the Additional Functions screen. The Additional Functions screen enables you to customize the various settings of the machine. You can also make the necessary settings for using the Fax function, such as the telephone line type and fax number. Control Panel Timer Settings Common Settings...
  • Page 29: Common Settings

    Additional Functions Additional Functions LTRR/STMT Original Selection Common Settings Reference Guide Chapter 4 Enables you to designate the way the machine handles LTRR or STMT originals that are placed on the platen glass. Enables you to specify the settings that are common to the Copy, Mail Box, Send, and Fax functions. Tray Designation Enables you to designate the machine’s output trays to be used for specifi...
  • Page 30: Timer Settings

    Additional Functions Additional Functions Job Separator between Jobs Initialize Common Settings Enables you to restore all of the Common Settings to their defaults (initial settings). Enables you to insert blank pages before the fi rst page of each print job, from a selected paper drawer.
  • Page 31 Additional Functions Additional Functions Display Original Scanning Area Cleaning Method Adjustment/Cleaning Enables you to confi rm the procedure for cleaning the original scanning area. Reference Guide Chapter 4 Enables you to make fine adjustments to the zoom, adjust the contrast, or perform cleaning for the machine. Zoom Fine Adjustment Enables you to perform a fi...
  • Page 32 Additional Functions Additional Functions Settings: Fax See the Reference Guide, Sending and Facsimile Enables you to set the print conditions for printing a Fax TX Report and Fax Activity System Settings Report. Guide, Network Guide, Remote UI Guide Press to set System Manager Settings, Department ID Management settings, Network Settings, and other system Fax TX Report settings.
  • Page 33 Additional Functions Additional Functions Date & Time Settings Initialize All Data/Settings See the Reference Guide Chapter 6 See the Reference Guide Chapter 6 Enables you to set the current date and time. The current date and time settings are used as Enables you to erase all data on the hard disk and initialize the settings of the machine.
  • Page 34: Copy Settings

    Additional Functions Additional Functions Image Orientation Priority Copying and Mail Box Guide Copy Settings Enables you to set the machine to always copy an image in the same orientation as the Chapter 8 original image. Press to edit settings for the Copy function. Paper Select Key Size for Express Copy Screen (see p.
  • Page 35: Communications Settings

    Additional Functions Additional Functions TX Settings Photo Mode Sending and Facsimile Guide See the Sending and Facsimile Guide Chapter 9 Communications Settings Chapters 1 & 9 Enables you to select [Printed Image] or [Photo] from the Original Type drop-down list. Press to register or edit the default Communications Settings according to your needs.
  • Page 36 Additional Functions Additional Functions TX Settings TX Terminal ID Fax Settings: User Settings See the Sending and Facsimile Guide Chapter 9 Unit Telephone # Enables you to specify whether the Terminal ID information is printed at the top of documents See the Sending and Facsimile Guide Chapter 1 that you send through fax/I-fax.
  • Page 37 Additional Functions Additional Functions Fax Settings: RX Settings Copying and Mail Box Guide Mail Box Settings Chapter 8 ECM RX See the Sending and Facsimile Guide Chapter 9 Enables you to receive incoming documents using the Error Correction Mode (ECM). Press to edit settings for the Mail Box function.
  • Page 38 Additional Functions Additional Functions * The numbers in the illustrations refer to operation steps. To Set the Send/Fax Screen as the Initial To Set Heavy Paper or Tab Paper in a Paper Reference Guide Chapter 4 Reference Guide Chapter 4 Function Source When you set heavy paper or tab paper, in a paper...
  • Page 39 Additional Functions Additional Functions * The numbers in the illustrations refer to operation steps. To Register an Image Form for Form To Make a Shortcut for Frequently Used Copying and Mail Box Guide Reference Guide Chapter 4 Composition Settings Chapter 8 Register Form for Form Standard Key 1 Settings Composition...
  • Page 40 Additional Functions Additional Functions * The numbers in the illustrations refer to operation steps. To Display a Specifi c Paper Source on the Copying and Mail Box Guide Sending and Facsimile Guide To Send with Only Favorites Buttons Express Copy Screen Chapter 8 Chapter 9 Paper Select Key Size for Express...
  • Page 41: Other Useful Features

    Other Useful Features Operating the Machine from a Computer (Remote UI) Operating the Machine from a Computer (Remote UI) For more information, see the Remote UI Guide. * The numbers in the illustrations refer to operation steps. To Operate the Machine from Your Computer To Edit the Address Book from a Computer The Remote UI enables you to control, confirm, and register the machine’s functions.
  • Page 42: Printing From Your Computer (Printer Driver)

    Other Useful Features Printing from Your Computer (Printer Driver) Printing from Your Computer (Printer Driver) For more information, see the printer and driver guides. * The following screenshots are when the UFR II printer driver is installed, and may differ from the ones you see, according to the driver or operating system you are using.
  • Page 43 Other Useful Features Printing from Your Computer (Printer Driver) Printing from Your Computer (Printer Driver) For more information, see the printer and driver guides. * The following screenshots are when the UFR II printer driver is installed, and may differ from the ones you see, according to the driver or operating system you are using.
  • Page 44: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting For toner replacement and paper loading procedures, or when problems have occurred when using the machine, and you want to know how to solve them, see the following references to the other guides. Symptom Guide Title Paper When paper has run out Support 2/Reference 7 Paper Drawers When there is a paper jam...