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Advanced Operations

Contents

Introduction

Structure of the this Manual

The various explanations for this copier are divided into four parts: the Administrator Operations, Basic Operations and Advanced Operations volumes of the Instruction Manual, and the Enlarge Display Mode Operation Guide.

The Administrator Operations volume of this Instruction Manual contains precautions on the use of this copier. Be sure to read this volume before using the machine. The Basic Operations and Advanced Operations volumes of the Instruction Manual and Enlarge Display Mode Operation Guide contain information on the many functions available. After reading the Instruction Manual, be sure to store it in a safe place for future reference.

Administrator Operations

This volume provides precautions for using the machine, descriptions on functions for use by the administrator (Utility Mode and Administrator Mode functions), procedures for replacing parts and supplies, troubleshooting procedures and machine specifications. Before using the copier, be sure to read Chapters 1 through 4 of the Administrator Operations volume.

Basic Operations

This volume contains precautions for using the machine and descriptions on the procedures for basic operations. The Basic Operations volume is a quick reference for immediate use of the copier.

Advanced Operations

This volume includes descriptions on the Auxiliary functions in addition to precautions for the use of the copier. Read the Advanced Operations volume for more information on the various functions that this copier provides for any need.

Enlarge Display Mode Operation Guide

This guide provides descriptions on the operations available in the Enlarge Display mode.

In the Enlarge Display mode, the controls for frequently used functions are enlarged, making them easier to read.

The Basic Operations volume of the Instruction Manual contains details on the operation of the various functions. When using the Enlarge Display mode, first read the Basic Operations volume before referring to the Enlarge Display Mode Operation Guide.

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The topics listed below are described in the Advanced Operations volume. For details on other topics, refer to the Administrator Operations and the Basic Operations volumes of the Instruction Manual and the Enlarge Display Mode Operation Guide.

Available Features

 

“Color Image Adjust” Function

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“Creation” Functions ....................................................................

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1 Auxiliary Functions

1.1Improving Color Copy Quality

(“Color Image Adjust” Function) ................................................

1-2

To make color adjustments ............................................................

1-2

To make test prints .........................................................................

1-4

To adjust the “Brightness” parameter .............................................

1-5

To adjust the “Contrast” parameter ................................................

1-5

To adjust the “Saturation” parameter..............................................

1-6

To adjust the “Sharpness” parameter.............................................

1-6

To adjust the “Red” parameter .......................................................

1-7

To adjust the “Green” parameter ....................................................

1-7

To adjust the “Blue” parameter.......................................................

1-8

To adjust the “Color Balance” parameter .......................................

1-9

To adjust the “Portrait” parameter ................................................

1-10

To adjust the “Hue” parameter .....................................................

1-10

To adjust the “Density” parameter ................................................

1-11

1.2

Editing Images (Creation Functions)........................................

1-12

 

To set a Creation function ............................................................

1-12

 

To make settings for the “Monotone” function ..............................

1-14

 

To make settings for the “Background Color” function .................

1-15

 

To make settings for the “Color Separation” function ...................

1-16

 

To set the “Neg. Pos. Reverse” function ......................................

1-16

 

To make settings for the “Multi-Page Enlargement” function .......

1-17

 

To make settings for the “Mirror Image” function..........................

1-21

 

To make settings for the “Postcard” function................................

1-23

1.3

Making Copies for Filing (“Image Shift” Function) .................

1-25

 

To make settings for the “Image Shift” function............................

1-25

1.4

Erasing Sections of Copies

 

 

(“Edge/Frame Erase” Function) ................................................

1-27

 

To make settings for the “Edge/Frame Erase” function................

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1.5Adjusting the Image To Fit the Paper Size

 

(“Image Adjust” Function) .........................................................

1-30

 

To make settings for the “Image Adjust” function..........................

1-30

1.6

Tiling Copies (“Image Repeat” Function).................................

1-32

 

To make settings for the “Image Repeat” function ........................

1-32

1.7Inserting Pages Between Copies of Transparencies

(“OHP Interleaving” Function) ...................................................

1-34

To make settings for the “OHP Interleaving” function ...................

1-34

1.8 Storing the Scanned Image in the Memory

 

(“Scan to Memory” Function) ....................................................

1-36

To set the “Scan to Memory” function ...........................................

1-36

To combine scanned data saved in the memory ..........................

1-36

To delete scanned data from the memory (to print stored data) ...

1-37

1.9Scanning the Document in Separate Batches

(“Separate Scan” Function) .......................................................

1-38

To set the “Separate Scan” function .............................................

1-38

1.10 Printing Control Numbers on Copies

 

(“Distribution” Function)............................................................

1-40

To make settings for the “Distribution” function.............................

1-40

2 Scanning Operations

2.1

Available Scanning Features .......................................................

2-2

 

Function Descriptions......................................................................

2-2

 

Operation Description .....................................................................

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Administrator Operations

For details on the following topics, refer to the Administrator Operations volume of this Instruction Manual.

1Introduction

2Safety Information

3Precautions

4Part Names and Their Functions

5Utility Mode Operations

6Touch Panel Messages

7Troubleshooting

8Appendix

Basic Operations

For details on the following topics, refer to the Basic Operations volume of this Instruction Manual.

1Before Making Copies

2Basic Copy Operations

3Loading Paper

4Original Documents

5Specifying Copy Settings

6Controlling Jobs

Enlarge Display Mode Operation Guide

For details on the following topics, refer to the Enlarge Display Mode Operation Guide.

1Before Making Copies

2Basic Copy Operations

3Copy Paper

4Original Documents

5Specifying Copy Settings

6Job List

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Available Features

This chapter contains many useful copy samples that will give you a better understanding of the wide range of applications for the various functions available with this full-colorcopier. These functions are explained in aneasy-to-understandway using the many copy samples.

For more details on the operating procedures for these functions, refer to chapter 1 “Auxiliary Functions”.

*Since the copy samples provided in this chapter were printed with photoengraving, they may slightly differ in color with actual color copies.

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ontents

“Color Image Adjust” Function

General Information

“Brightness”

About Color. . . . . p.4,5

Parameter . . . . . . p.12

 

Adjusts the brightness

“Red”

“Contrast”

Parameter . . . . . . . p.6

Parameter . . . . . . p.13

Adjusts the level of red

Adjusts the difference between

 

highlights and shadows

“Green”

“Saturation”

Parameter . . . . . . . p.7

Parameter . . . . . . p.14

Adjusts the level of green

Adjusts the vividness

“Blue”

“Sharpness”

Parameter . . . . . . . p.8

Parameter . . . . . . p.15

Adjusts the level of blue

Adjusts the sharpness of text

“Portrait”

“Hue”

Parameter . . . . . . . p.9

Parameter . . . . . . p.16

Adjusts the tint of fresh color

Adjusts the color

“Color Balance”

“Density”

Parameter . . . p.10,11

Parameter . . . . . . p.17

(CMYBK color adjustment)

Adjusts the copy density

Adjusts the concentration of

 

cyan, magenta, yellow and black

 

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“Creation” Functions

“Monotone”

 

 

 

“Postcard”

 

 

Function. . . . . p.18

 

 

 

Function. . p.22

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Copies using only one selected color (monotone)

Prints multiple copies of the document, reduced to postcard size, on a single sheet of paper

Contents

“Background Color”

 

 

“Mirror Image”

 

 

Function. . . . . p.19

 

 

Function. . . . . p.22

 

 

 

 

Copies with the selected background color

Prints a mirror image of the original

 

 

“Color Separation”

 

 

 

 

“Multi-Page

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Function. . . . . p.20

 

 

 

 

Enlargement”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Function. . p.23

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Copies while separating the four CMYK colors

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Splits an enlargement of the document and copies

 

 

 

each part onto a separate page

“Neg. Pos. Reverse”

Function. . . . . p.21

Copies with the light-coloredareas and the darkcolored areas of the image inversed

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GenerallInformationI i AboutColorl

About Color

General Information

What is hue?

Everybody has an idea of what hue an object has, for example, an apple is red, a lemon is yellow, and the sky is blue. Hue is the tint by which the color of an object is classified as red, yellow, blue, etc.

 

What is

What is

 

brightness?

saturation?

Darker

Lighter

More vivid

Duller

Brightness is the degree of lightness in a color, as compared with another color, which makes it a light color or a dark color. For example, when comparing the yellow of a lemon and the yellow of a grapefruit, it is obvious that the yellow of the lemon is brighter. But what about when comparing the yellow of a lemon and the red of a bean? Obviously, the yellow of the lemon is brighter. Brightness is this degree of

lightness that enables comparison regardless of the hue.

What makes the difference between the yellow of a lemon and the yellow a pear? By saying that the lemon is a more vivid yellow and the pear is a duller yellow, the difference between the two colors is stated in terms

of saturation, as opposed to brightness. As opposed to hue and brightness, saturation is the characteristic that indicates the degree of vividness.

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Relationship between hue, brightness and saturation (color model)

Hue, brightness and saturation are the elements that we call the “three attributes of color”. We can think of their affects using the solid object shown in figure 1, where the outer edge is the hue, the vertical axis is the brightness, and the horizontal axis from the center is the saturation.

Assigning colors to the solid object, representing the three attributes of color, shown in figure 1 produces the color model shown in figure 2. Although the level of saturation differs for each hue and degree of brightness, creating a complex color model, we can get a better understanding of the conditions under which the hue, brightness and saturation vary.

White

Figure 1

Brightness

Saturation

Hue

About Color

General Information

Figure 2 Color model

Black

 

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“Red” Parameter

“Red”Parameter

p.1-7

 

 

 

 

 

This parameter can be used to adjust the degree of red in the image to

 

 

one of seven levels.

 

 

 

 

Original

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

–3

Sample images

+3

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“Color Image Adjust” Function

“Green”Parameter

p.1-7

 

 

 

 

 

This parameter can be used to adjust the degree of green in the image to

 

 

one of seven levels.

 

 

 

 

Original

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Green” Parameter

–3

Sample images

+3

7

“Blue” Parameter

“Blue”l

Parameter

p.1-8

 

 

This parameter can be used to adjust the degree of blue in the image to one of seven levels.

Original

–3

Sample images

+3

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“Color Image Adjust” Function

“Portrait”i Parameterp.1-10

This parameter can be used to adjust the tint of fresh color to one of seven levels.

Original

“Portrait” Parameter

–3

Sample images

+3

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“Color Balance” Parameter

“Colorl Balance”l Parameter

(CMYBK color adjustment)

By mixing the four toner colors (yellow,magenta, andcyan in addition to black) in afull-colorcopy, the colors of the document can be reproduced.

Changing the amount of each color of toner enables the tints in the copy to be finely adjusted. Each color can be adjusted to a level within a range of 0% and 200% (in 1% increments).

Adjusting the black tinge

Increasing the amount of black

200%

Original

100%

Decreasing the amount of black

0%

BK

Black

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“Color Image Adjust” Function

p.1-9

Yellow

Y

Increasing the amount of yellow

Increasing the red tinge

 

Increasing the green tinge

R

Decreasing the

 

 

Decreasing the

G

amount of cyan

 

 

amount of magenta

 

 

 

 

 

 

Original

Increasing the

Increasing the

amount of magenta

amount of cyan

“Color Balance” Parameter

M

Magenta

Decreasing the amount of yellow

C

Cyan

B

Increasing the blue tinge

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“Brightness” Parameter

“Brightness”i Parameterp.1-5

This parameter can be used to finely adjust the brightness of the image to one of 19 levels.

Original

–3

Sample images

+3

12

“Color Image Adjust” Function

“Contrast”Parameterp.1-5

This parameter can be used to finely adjust the image to one of 19 levels between soft/smooth and crisp.

Original

“Contrast” Parameter

–3

Sample images

+3

13

“Saturation” Parameter

“Saturation”i Parameterp.1-6

This parameter can be used to finely adjust the vividness of the image to one of 19 levels.

Original

–3

Sample images

+3

14

“Color Image Adjust” Function

“Sharpness”Parameterp.1-6

This parameter can be used to adjust the amount of contours in text and images to one of seven levels.

Original

“Sharpness” Parameter

–3

Sample images

+3

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“Hue” Parameter

 

“Hue”Parameter

p.1-10

 

 

This parameter can be used to finely adjust the hue of the image to one

 

 

 

of 19 levels.

 

 

 

 

 

Original

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

–3

Sample images

+3

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“Color Image Adjust” Function

“Density”i Parameterp.1-11

This parameter can be used to finely adjust the light and shading of the image to one of 19 levels.

Original

“Density” Parameter

–3

Sample images

+3

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“Monotone”Functioni p.1-14

This function allows you to copy a document using only one of the 20 colors available.

“Monotone” Function

Yellow

Sepia 1

Magenta

Sepia 2

Cyan

Camel

 

Red

Brown

Green

Forest Green

Orange

Maroon

 

Pumpkin

Plum

Yellow

Purple

Green

 

Blue

Pink

Teal

Aquamarine

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“Creation” Function

“Backgroundr Color”l r”Functionti p.1-15

This function allows you to copy a document using one of the 18 colors available as the color of the background (blank areas).

“Background Color” Function

Yellow

Camel

Magenta

Brown

 

Cyan

Forest Green

Red

Maroon

Green

Plum

Orange

Purple

Pumpkin

Pink

 

Yellow

 

Green

Aquamarine

Blue

Teal

 

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“Color Separation” Function

“Colorl rSeparation”r ti

Functionti

p.1-16

This function allows you to copy a document while separating its colors into yellow, magenta, cyan and black. In addition, copies of the separated colors can also be printed in just black.

Original

Copies of the separated colors

Yellow

 

Magenta

 

Cyan

 

Black

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Copies of the separated colors in black

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“Creation” Function

“Neg..Pos..Reverse”r Functionti p.1-16

This function allows you to copy a document with the light-coloredareas and thedark-coloredareas of the image inversed.

Monotone copy

Yellow

Sepia 1

Magenta

Sepia 2

Cyan

Camel

 

Red

Brown

Green

Forest Green

Orange

Maroon

 

Pumpkin

Plum

Yellow

Purple

Green

 

Blue

Pink

Teal

Aquamarine

Full-colorcopy

“Neg. Pos. Reverse” Function

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“Postcard”Functioni p.1-23

“Postcard”“Mirror Image” Function

This function allows you to reduce the document to the size of a postcard, and print four copies on one sheet of paper.

Original

“Mirrori

Image”I

Functionti

p.1-21

 

 

 

This function allows you to copy a mirror image of the original document.

Original

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“Creation” Function

“Multilti--PageEnlargement”l r t”Functionti p.1-17

This function allows you to copy a document automatically split into parts with each part printed enlarged. These copies can then be pasted together to make a large poster.

Original

400%

“Multi-PageEnlargement”Function

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Functions

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1.1 Improving Color Copy Quality (“Color Image Adjust” Function)

 

 

1.1Improving Color Copy Quality (“Color Image Adjust” Function)

By making various color adjustments, you can adjust the quality of color copies as desired.

Tip

Samples for the “Color Image Adjust” function can be seen in “Available Features”.

To make color adjustments

The procedure for making practical copies using the “Color Image Adjust” function is as described below.

Position the document(s) to be copied.

For more details, refer to “Feeding the Document” in Chapter 4 “Original Documents” in the Basic Operations volume.

Select the desired Color setting.

For more details, refer to “Selecting the Color Setting” in Chapter 5 “Specifying Copy Settings” in the Basic Operations volume.

Touch [Auxiliary].

The Auxiliary screen appears.

Touch [Color Image Adjust].

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Select the parameter that you wish to change.

For details on each parameter, refer to page 1-5 topage 1-11.

Touch ,,andto select the desired setting, and then touch [Enter]. (Example: Adjusting the “Brightness” parameter)

Test prints of your document can be made so you can check how it appears with each of the settings for the current parameter combined with the other currently specified color adjustment settings.

For details on making a test print, refer to “To make test prints” on page 1-4.

In the Color Adjustments screen, touch [Enter].

The Auxiliary screen appears again.

Specify any other necessary settings.

Press the [START] key.

The copy job is queued for printing with the selected color adjustment settings.

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To make test prints

You can make test prints of your document to see how it appears with each of the settings for the current parameter combined with the other currently specified color adjustment settings.

1Load A4 C-sizepaper into the 1st drawer.

The paper that is loaded can be 11×17 L, A3 L or Letter C.

2Display the screen for the desired Color Image Adjust parameter.

For more details, refer to page 1-2.

3Touch [Test Print].

The Test Print screen appears. (Example: Adjusting the “Brightness” parameter)

4 Position the part of the document

Test area

that you wish to make a test print

 

of within the test area of the platen

Test area

glass.

 

5 Press the [START] key.

The copy job is queued for printing, and test prints are printed.

The parameter screen appears again.

6While referring to the test prints, touch ,,andto select the desired setting for the current parameter.

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7Touch [Enter].

The specified settings are applied, and the Color Adjustments screen appears again.

8Position the document for normal printing.

To adjust the “Brightness” parameter

This parameter can be used to make the image either lighter or darker.

1In the Color Adjustments screen, touch [Brightness].

2Touch ,,and

to select the desired setting, and then touch [Enter].

To adjust the “Contrast” parameter

This parameter can be used to make the image either crisper or smoother.

1In the Color Adjustments screen, touch [Contrast].

2Touch ,,and

to select the desired setting, and then touch [Enter].

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To adjust the “Saturation” parameter

This parameter can be used to adjust the vividness of the colors in the image.

1 In the Color Adjustments screen, touch [Saturation].

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2Touch ,,and

to select the desired setting, and then touch [Enter].

To adjust the “Sharpness” parameter

This parameter emphasizes the edges of text so that they can be read more easily. In addition, this parameter can be used to make an overly sharp image softer or a blurry image clearer.

1 In the Color Adjustments screen, touch [Sharpness].

2Touch andto select the desired setting, and then touch [Enter].

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The following adjustments are made only for RGB images, such as the images that are most commonly shown on a computer screen.

To adjust the “Red” parameter

This parameter is used to adjust the level of red in the image, for example, if you wish to increase or decrease the redness of flowers.

1 In the Color Adjustments screen, touch [Red].

2Touch andto select the desired setting, and then touch [Enter].

To adjust the “Green” parameter

This parameter can be used to adjust the level of green in the image, for example, when you wish to emphasize the green of forests and trees.

1 In the Color Adjustments screen, touch [Green].

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2Touch andto select the desired setting, and then touch [Enter].

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To adjust the “Blue” parameter

This parameter is used to adjust the level of blue in the image, for example, if you wish to add blue to water or the sky.

1In the Color Adjustments screen, touch [Blue].

2Touch andto select the desired setting, and then touch [Enter].

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The following adjustments are made only for CMYK images, such as photographs.

To adjust the “Color Balance” parameter

This parameter can be used to adjust the balance in the concentration of cyan (C), magenta (M), yellow (Y) and black (BK). Each color can be adjusted to a level within a range of 0% to 200% (in 1% increments).

To increase the red tinge

Increasing the amount of yellow and magenta

Decreasing the amount of cyan

To increase the green tinge

Increasing the amount of yellow and cyan

Decreasing the amount of magenta

To increase the blue tinge

Increasing the amount of magenta and cyan

Decreasing the amount of yellow

To increase the yellow tinge

Increasing the amount of yellow

Decreasing the amount of magenta and cyan

To increase the black tinge

Increasing the amount of black

1 In the Color Adjustments screen, touch [Color Balance].

2Select the color that you

wish to adjust, and then touch andto specify the desired setting.

3After specifying the settings, touch [Enter].

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To adjust the “Portrait” parameter

This parameter can be used to adjust the tint of flesh tones.

1 In the Color Adjustments screen, touch [Portrait].

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2Touch andto select the desired setting, and then touch [Enter].

To adjust the “Hue” parameter

The hue is divided into magenta, yellow and cyan. By adjusting the hue, the image can be made either more reddish or more bluish.

1 In the Color Adjustments screen, touch [Hue].

2Touch ,,and

to select the desired setting, and then touch [Enter].

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To adjust the “Density” parameter

This parameter can be used to adjust the copy density to any of 19 levels between -3and +3.

1In the Color Adjustments screen, touch [Density].

2Touch ,,and

to select the desired setting, and then touch [Enter].

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1.2 Editing Images (Creation Functions)

 

 

1.2Editing Images (Creation Functions)

Using the Creation functions, the image can be edited so that a particular copy can be created.

Tip

Samples for the Creation functions can be seen in “Available Features”.

To set a Creation function

The procedure for making copies using a Creation function is described below.

Position the document(s) to be copied.

For more details, refer to “Feeding the Document” in Chapter 4 “Original Documents” in the Basic Operations volume.

Select the desired Color setting.

For more details, refer to “Selecting the Color Setting” in Chapter 5 “Specifying Copy Settings” in the Basic Operations volume.

Touch [Auxiliary].

The Auxiliary screen appears.

Touch [Creation].

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Select the function that you wish to set.

For details on each function, refer to page 1-14 throughpage 1-23.

Select the desired setting, and then touch [Enter]. The specified setting is applied.

(Example: Setting the “Monotone” function)

In the Creation screen, touch [Enter].

The Auxiliary screen appears again.

Specify any other necessary settings.

Press the [START] key.

The copy job is queued for printing with the selected “Creation” functions.

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1.2 Editing Images (Creation Functions)

 

 

To make settings for the “Monotone” function

This function allows you to copy a document using only one of the 20 colors available, regardless of the original document colors.

1 In the Creation screen, touch [Monotone].

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2 Select the desired color, and then touch [Enter].

The colors are listed on two screens. Touch [Monotone 2] in the lower-rightcorner to display the next screen.

Touch [Monotone 1] to return to the previous screen.

Touching [Solid] so that it is selected specifies that the document will be copied without shading, regardless of the gradations in the original document.

Tip

Touching [Solid] so that it is not selected specifies that the document will be copied with the original color differences (color shading that can be seen with the eye). To cancel the “Monotone” function, touch [Cancel] in either Monotone screen.

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To make settings for the “Background Color” function

This function allows you to copy a document using one of the 18 colors available as the color of the background (blank areas).

1 In the Creation screen, touch [Background Color].

2 Select the desired color, and then touch [Enter].

The colors are listed on two screens. Touch [Background Color 2] in the lowerright corner to display the next screen.

Touch [Background Color 1] to return to the previous screen.

Tip

To cancel the “Background Color” function, touch [Cancel]

in either Background screen.

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1.2 Editing Images (Creation Functions)

 

 

To make settings for the “Color Separation” function

This function allows you to copy a document while separating its colors into cyan (C), magenta (M), yellow (Y) and black (BK). In addition, copies of the separated colors can be printed in just black.

1 In the Creation screen, touch [Color Separation].

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2Touch [Each] to print colors in their actual color, or [Black] to only black, and then touch [Enter].

Tip

To cancel the “Color Separation” function, touch [Cancel] in the Color Separation screen.

To set the “Neg. Pos. Reverse” function

This function allows you to copy a document with the lightand darkcolored areas or the colors of the image inversed. This allows you to make a copy of a positive image from color or B/W negative films.

In the Creation screen, touch [Neg. Pos. Reverse].

To cancel the “Neg. Pos. Reverse” function, touch [Neg. Pos. Reverse] again.

Tip

If the “Monotone” function was set, the negative/positive inverse of the image will be printed with the selected color. If the “Background Color” function was set, the negative/positive inverse of the image will include the selected background color.

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To make settings for the “Multi-PageEnlargement” function

This function allows you to copy a document automatically split into parts with each part printed enlarged. These copies can then be pasted together to make a large poster.

1 In the Creation screen, touch[Multi-PageEnlargemt].

2Normally, the document size is automatically detected; however, the document size can be specified, if you wish.

To specify the document size, touch [Size Input].

Specify the size of the original, and then touch [Enter] to return to the MultiPage Enlargemt. screen.

To specify a photo size or a nonstandard size, touch [Size Input], and then touch [Photo Size or Custom Size].

Select a photo size, or touch [X] and [Y], and use the keypad to specify the size of the original. Then, touch [Enter] to

return to the Multi-PageEnlargemt. screen.

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To specify a

 

 

 

document size in

 

 

 

inch measurements,

 

 

 

touch [Size Input],

 

 

 

and then touch

 

 

 

[Inch].

 

 

Specify the size of

 

 

the original, and

 

 

then touch [Enter] to

 

 

return to the Multi-

 

 

Page Enlargemt.

 

 

screen.

 

1

 

 

 

Chapter

3 Specify how the original image will be enlarged according to the following

 

 

 

 

methods.

 

 

To specify the final image size

 

 

Continue with step 4.

 

 

 

Functions

To specify an enlargement ratio

 

Skip to step 6.

 

 

 

 

To specify the paper size for each part of the enlarged image

 

Auxiliary

Skip to step 8.

 

4 Touch [Image Size].

 

 

 

 

5 Select the final image

 

 

size, and then touch

 

 

[Enter].

For final image sizes in inch measurements, touch [Inch].

Select the desired image size, and then touch [Enter].

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1.2Editing Images (Creation Functions)

For a paper size other than the standard sizes listed on the screen, touch [Custom Size]. Touch [X] and [Y], and use the keypad to specify the size of the final image, and then touch [Enter].

This concludes the setting procedure for the “Multi-PageEnlargement” function.

6 Touch [Zoom Ratio].

7Using the keypad, enter the desired zoom ratio, and then touch [Enter].

This concludes the setting procedure for the “Multi-PageEnlargement” function.

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8 Touch [Paper Size].

9Select the paper size for the various parts of the enlarged image, and then touch [Enter].

For paper sizes in inch measurements, touch [Inch], select the desired paper size, and then touch [Enter].

Tip

To cancel the “Multi-PageEnlargement” function, touch [Cancel] in theMulti-PageEnlargemt. screen.

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To make settings for the “Mirror Image” function

This function allows you to copy a mirror image of the original document.

1 In the Creation screen, touch [Mirror Image].

2Normally, the document size is automatically detected. However, if you wish to specify the document size, touch [Size Input].

3Select the document size, and then touch [Enter].

To specify a photo size or a nonstandard size, touch [Size Input], and then touch [Photo Size or Custom Size].

Select a photo size, or touch [X] and [Y], and use the keypad to specify the size of the original, and then touch [Enter].

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1.2 Editing Images (Creation Functions)

 

 

For document sizes in inch measurements, touch [Inch], select the desired paper size, and then touch [Enter].

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4 In the Mirror Image screen, touch [Enter].

Tip

To cancel the “Mirror Image” function, touch [Cancel] in the Mirror Image screen.

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To make settings for the “Postcard” function

A document can be reduced to the size of a postcard, and up to four copies can be printed on one sheet of A4-sizepostcard paper.

Document sizes that can be selected

Preset sizes

Photo sizes

Custom sizes

A3 L, A4 L, A4 C, A5 L, A5 C, A6 L,

9×13 L, 9×13 C, 10×15 L,

X: 30 to 432 mm

B4 L, B5 L, B5 C, B6 L, F4

10×15 C, 13×18 L, 13×18 C

Y: 30 to 297 mm

 

 

 

1 In the Creation screen, touch [Postcard].

 

 

 

 

2

Select either [Multi-Full

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Original] or [Multi-

 

 

 

 

Original].

Functions

 

To reduce the image

 

so that it fits within

 

the allowable print

 

area for the paper

Auxiliary

 

(inside the area

 

within the margins),

 

touch [Multi-Full

 

 

 

Original].

 

 

To make copies so that the paper is filled regardless of the margins, touch

 

 

[Multi-Original].In this case, the margins are reduced by the image at the

 

 

edge of the paper.

 

3

Normally, the document

 

 

size is automatically

 

 

detected. However, if

 

you wish to specify the document size, touch [Size Input].

Select the document size, and then touch [Enter].

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To specify a photo size or a nonstandard size, touch [Size Input], and then touch [Photo Size or Custom Size].

Select a photo size, or touch [X] and [Y], and use the keypad to specify the size of the original, and then touch [Enter].

For document sizes in inch measurements, touch [Inch].

Select the desired paper size, and then touch [Enter].

4 In the Postcard screen, touch [Enter].

Tip

To cancel the “Postcard” function, touch [Cancel] in the Postcard screen.

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1.3Making Copies for Filing (“Image Shift” Function)

So that copies can easily be stored in filing binders, copies can be made with a file margin.

Two positions for the binding margin are available. Select the binding margin position suitable for the document.

Setting

Copy position

Description

 

 

 

Copies are printed with the contents of the document Original Copy slightly shifted to the right in order to create a binding

margin at the left.

Copies are printed with the contents of the document Original Copy slightly shifted downward in order to create a binding

margin at the top.

To make settings for the “Image Shift” function

1Position the document(s) to be copied.

For more details, refer to “Feeding the Document” in Chapter 4 “Original Documents” in the Basic Operations volume.

2Select the desired Color setting.

For more details, refer to “Selecting the Color Setting” in Chapter 5 “Specifying Copy Settings” in the Basic Operations volume.

3Touch [Auxiliary].

The Auxiliary screen appears.

4Touch [Image Shift].

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5Select the desired setting, and then touch [Enter].

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If the document is not positioned as indicated in the screen, touch [OrigÖCopy], and then touch [Original Direction].

Specify the orientation of the original, and then touch [Enter] to return to the Basic screen.

6Specify any other necessary settings.

7Press the [START] key.

Tip

To cancel the “Image Shift” function, touch [Cancel] in the Image Shift screen.

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1.4Erasing Sections of Copies (“Edge/Frame Erase” Function)

Frames can be erased around copies that you make.

Three locations for erasing the edge/frame of the document are available. Select the erasing location suitable for the document.

Setting

Copy position

 

 

 

 

Description

 

Original

Copy

Copies are printed with the left side of the document

 

erased.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Original

 

 

 

Copy

Copies are printed with the top of the document

 

 

 

erased.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Original

 

 

 

 

Copy

 

Copies are printed with a frame around the document

 

 

 

 

 

erased.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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To make settings for the “Edge/Frame Erase” function

1Position the document(s) to be copied.

For more details, refer to “Feeding the Document” in Chapter 4 “Original Documents” in the Basic Operations volume.

2Select the desired Color setting.

For more details, refer to “Selecting the Color Setting” in Chapter 5 “Specifying Copy Settings” in the Basic Operations volume.

3Touch [Auxiliary].

The Auxiliary screen appears.

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1.4 Erasing Sections of Copies (“Edge/Frame Erase” Function)

 

 

4Touch [Edge/Frame Erase].

5Select the location to be erased.

6Touch andto specify the width that is to be erased.

Note

The specified width of the area to be erased is the width before copying. Therefore, be careful when selecting this setting while making enlarged or reduced copies.

Example: When using the “Edge/Frame Erase” function while copying an A3-sizedocument with a zoom ratio of 0.5

Original (A3L)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

× 0.5

 

Copy (A5L)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10 mm

 

 

 

20 mm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7Normally, the document size is automatically detected. However, if you wish to specify the document size, touch [Size Input].

Select the document size, and then touch

[Enter].

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1

 

To specify a photo size or a nonstandard size, touch [Size Input], and then touch [Photo Size or Custom Size].

Select a photo size, or touch [X] and [Y], and use the keypad to specify the size of the original, and then touch [Enter].

For document sizes in inch measurements, touch [Inch].

Select the desired paper size, and then touch [Enter].

8In the Edge/Frame Erase screen, touch [Enter].

9Specify any other necessary settings.

10Press the [START] key.

Tip

To cancel the “Edge/Frame Erase” function, touch [Cancel] in the Edge/ Frame Erase screen.

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1.5 Adjusting the Image To Fit the Paper Size (“Image Adjust” Function)

 

 

1.5Adjusting the Image To Fit the Paper Size (“Image Adjust” Function)

 

 

To make settings for the “Image Adjust” function

 

 

1

Position the document(s) to be copied.

 

 

 

For more details, refer to “Feeding the Document” in Chapter 4 “Original

 

 

 

Documents” in the Basic Operations volume.

 

 

2

Select the desired Color setting.

 

 

 

For more details, refer to “Selecting the Color Setting” in Chapter 5

 

1

 

“Specifying Copy Settings” in the Basic Operations volume.

 

 

 

 

Chapter

3

Touch [Auxiliary].

 

 

 

 

 

The Auxiliary screen appears.

 

 

 

 

 

Functions

4

Touch [Image Adjust].

 

 

 

 

Auxiliary

 

 

5 Select either [Full Size] or [Center Zoom].

To enlarge the image to its maximum so that it fits fully within the paper (without changing the proportions of the image), touch [Full Size].

To enlarge the image to its maximum so that the shorter sides of the image fit fully within

the paper (without changing the proportions of the image), touch [Center Zoom].

If [Center Zoom] is selected, the center of the image will be positioned at the center of the paper. In addition, both ends of the longer sides are lost since they extend off the paper.

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6Normally, the document size is automatically detected. However, if you wish to specify the document size, touch [Size Input].

Select the document size, and then touch [Enter].

To specify a photo size or a nonstandard size, touch [Size Input], and then touch [Photo Size or Custom Size].

Select a photo size, or touch [X] and [Y], and use the keypad to specify the size of the original, and then touch [Enter].

For document sizes in inch measurements, touch [Inch].

Select the desired paper size, and then touch [Enter].

7In the Image Adjustment screen, touch [Enter].

8Specify any other necessary settings.

9Press the [START] key.

Tip

To cancel the “Image Adjust” function, touch [Cancel] in the Image Adjustment screen.

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1.6 Tiling Copies (“Image Repeat” Function)

 

 

 

 

1.6

Tiling Copies (“Image Repeat” Function)

 

 

Multiple copies of the original can be printed at the desired zoom ratio to fill the

 

 

page.

 

 

 

The zoom ratio is specified in the Basic screen. The number of times that the copy

 

 

is repeated will be calculated based on the Zoom and Paper settings specified in

 

 

the Basic screen and the original size and repeating arrangement specified in the

 

 

Image Repeat screen.

 

 

To make settings for the “Image Repeat” function

 

 

1

Position the document(s) to be copied.

 

 

 

For more details, refer to “Feeding the Document” in Chapter 4 “Original

 

1

 

 

Chapter

 

 

Documents” in the Basic Operations volume.

 

2

Select the desired Color setting.

 

 

 

 

 

For more details, refer to “Selecting the Color Setting” in Chapter 5

 

 

 

 

Functions

 

 

“Specifying Copy Settings” in the Basic Operations volume.

 

3

Specify the desired Paper and Zoom settings.

 

 

 

 

 

For more details, refer to “Selecting the Paper Setting” and “Specifying a

 

Auxiliary

 

 

Zoom Setting” in the Basic Operations volume.

 

4

Touch [Auxiliary].

 

 

 

 

 

The Auxiliary screen appears.

 

 

5

Touch [Image Repeat].

6 Select either[Multi-FullOriginal] or[Multi-Original].

To reduce the image so that it fits within the allowable print area for the paper (inside the area within the margins), touch [Multi-FullOriginal].

To make copies so that the paper is filled regardless of the

margins, touch [Multi-Original].In this case, the margins are reduced by the image at the edge of the paper.

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Tip
To cancel the “Image Repeat” function, touch [Cancel] in the Image Repeat screen.
Specify any other necessary settings.
In the Image Repeat screen, touch [Enter].
8
9
10 Press the [START] key.
1.6 Tiling Copies (“Image Repeat” Function)
7 Normally, the document size is automatically detected. However, if you wish to specify the document size, touch [Size Input].
Select the document size, and then touch [Enter].
To specify a photo size or a nonstandard size, touch [Size Input], and then touch [Photo Size or Custom Size].
Select a photo size, or touch [X] and [Y], and use the keypad to specify the size of the original, and then touch [Enter].
For document sizes in inch measurements, touch [Inch].
Select the desired paper size, and then touch [Enter].

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1 1.7 Inserting Pages Between Copies of Transparencies (“OHP Interleaving” Function)

1.7Inserting Pages Between Copies of Transparencies (“OHP Interleaving” Function)

After each overhead transparency is copied, a page from a different paper source can be added to the stack of transparencies as an overleaf. In order to use this function, the overhead transparencies should be loaded into the multipurpose paper drawer (1st drawer).

Tip

Konica recommends that interleaf paper (inserted paper) with the same size as the overhead transparencies first be loaded into any drawer other than the multipurpose paper drawer (1st drawer) with the same orientation as the overhead transparencies.

To make settings for the “OHP Interleaving” function

1Position the document(s) to be copied.

For more details, refer to “Feeding the Document” in Chapter 4 “Original Documents” in the Basic Operations volume.

2Select the desired Color setting.

For more details, refer to “Selecting the Color Setting” in Chapter 5 “Specifying Copy Settings” in the Basic Operations volume.

3Touch [Auxiliary].

The Auxiliary screen appears.

4Touch [OHP Interleaving].

5Select the drawer loaded with the interleaves, and then touch [Enter].

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6Specify any other necessary settings.

7Press the [START] key.

Tip

To cancel the “OHP Interleaving” function, touch [Cancel] in the OHP Interleaving screen.

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1.8 Storing the Scanned Image in the Memory (“Scan to Memory” Function)

 

 

1.8Storing the Scanned Image in the Memory (“Scan to Memory” Function)

This function allows the scanned image to be stored in the memory and printed only after it is deleted from the memory. This is useful, for example, when you wish to combine the job with another to print multiple jobs as one.

 

 

To set the “Scan to Memory” function

 

 

1

Position the document(s) to be copied.

 

 

 

For more details, refer to “Feeding the Document” in Chapter 4 “Original

 

 

 

Documents” in the Basic Operations volume.

 

1

2

Select the desired Color setting.

 

Chapter

 

 

For more details, refer to “Selecting the Color Setting” in Chapter 5

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Specifying Copy Settings” in the Basic Operations volume.

 

 

 

 

 

Functions

3

Touch [Auxiliary].

 

 

The Auxiliary screen appears.

 

 

 

 

 

4

Touch [Scan to Memory].

 

Auxiliary

 

To cancel the “Scan to Memory” function, touch [Scan to

 

 

Memory] again.

 

 

 

 

 

5

Specify any other necessary settings.

 

 

6

Press the [START] key.

 

 

To combine scanned data saved in the memory

 

 

1

Touch [Job Control]. The Scanned Job screen appears.

 

 

2

Touch [Combine Jobs].

 

 

 

A list of jobs stored in the memory and that can be combined appears.

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1

 

 

 

3Select the job that you wish to combine other jobs with.

4Select the other job that you wish to combine with the first job selected.

To combine more than two jobs, repeat the above step until all jobs that you wish to combine are selected.

Up to five jobs can be selected.

5Touch [OK]. The selected jobs are combined into one.

For more details on combining jobs, refer to the “Combine Jobs Screen” in the Basic Operations volume.

To delete scanned data from the memory (to print stored data)

 

 

1

1

Touch [Job Control]. The Scanned Job screen appears.

Chapter

 

2

Select the job that you wish to print and delete from the

 

 

memory.

 

 

To delete multiple jobs, continue selecting all jobs that you wish to print.

Auxiliary Functions

 

 

3Touch [OK].

The Job Log screen appears.

The selected job is deleted from the list on the Scanned Job screen. The status of the job changes from “Job Stored” to “Waiting Print”, and the job is queued for printing.

For more details on deleting scanned data from the memory, refer to “Scanned Job Screen” in Chapter 6 “Controlling Jobs” in the Basic Operations volume.

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1 1.9 Scanning the Document in Separate Batches (“Separate Scan” Function)

1.9Scanning the Document in Separate Batches (“Separate Scan” Function)

A document can be divided and scanned in a number of batches, then be combined and treated as a single copy job.

The maximum number of document pages that can be loaded into the duplexing document feeder is 100. However, by copying using the “Separate Scan” function, a document exceeding 100 pages can be scanned and treated as a single copy job.

In addition, the loading location of the document can be switched between the platen glass and the duplexing document feeder while the job is being scanned.

Original

Copy

* Document capacity: 100 sheets of plain paper (80 g/m2) or 38 sheets of thick paper (210 g/m2)

To set the “Separate Scan” function

1Touch [Auxiliary].

The Auxiliary screen appears.

2Touch [Separate Scan].

To cancel the “Separate Scan” function, touch [Separate Scan] again.

3Specify any other necessary settings.

4Position the document(s) to be copied.

For more details, refer to “Feeding the Document” in Chapter 4 “Original Documents” in the Basic Operations volume.

5Press the [START] key.

6Repeat steps 4 and 5.

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7After all pages of the document have been scanned, touch [Finish], and then press the [START] key.

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1.10 Printing Control Numbers on Copies (“Distribution” Function)

 

 

1.10Printing Control Numbers on Copies (“Distribution” Function)

Each copy set can be printed with a control number in the background.

Original

Copy

Note

The “Distribution” function is only available if the optional hard disk and extended memory are installed.

To make settings for the “Distribution” function

1Position the document(s) to be copied.

For more details, refer to “Feeding the Document” in Chapter 4 “Original Documents” in the Basic Operations volume.

2Select the desired Color setting.

For more details, refer to “Selecting the Color Setting” in Chapter 5 “Specifying Copy Settings” in the Basic Operations volume.

3Touch [Auxiliary].

The Auxiliary screen appears.

4Touch [Distribution].

If a control number is set, the copier automatically selects the “Sort” setting.

5Using the keypad, enter the first control number to be printed.

The first control number can be set between 001 and 999.

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6 Select either [First Page Only] or [All Pages].

If [First Page Only] is selected, the control number is only printed on the first page of each copy set.

If [All Pages] is selected, the control number is only printed on all pages of each copy set.

7 Select the desired color for the control number.

8 Touch [Enter].

If the first control number is not set, the control numbers start from 001.After the control numbers reach 999, they return to 000.

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10 Press the [START] key.

Tip

To cancel the “Distribution” function, touch [Cancel] in the Distribution screen.

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2.1Available Scanning Features

If an optional printer controller is installed and the Konica 8020/8031 is connected to a network, data scanned with this copier can be attached to e-mailand sent to a computer or Internet fax terminal through an intranet or the Internet. In addition, scanned data can also be uploaded to an FTP server.

Function Descriptions

E-mailtransmission

The scanned data is attached to e-mailas aTIFF-F,JPEG or PDF file, then sent to a computer or Internet fax terminal through an intranet or the Internet.

FTP transmission

The scanned data is uploaded to an FTP server as a TIFF-F,JPEG or PDF file. In addition, if ane-mailaddress is specified, the specified recipient can be notified bye-mailof the FTP transmission at the same time that the data is uploaded to the FTP server.

HDD (hard disk drive) transmission

The scanned data is saved on the HDD (hard disk drive) as a TIFF-F,JPEG or PDF file.

Internet faxing

The scanned data is sent to a computer or Internet fax terminal though an intranet or the Internet as a TIFF-Ffile. In addition, an Internet fax can be received.

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Operation Description

For more details on functions and operating procedures, refer to the manual for the printer controller.

1Press the [SCAN] key.

The Destination screen appears.

Note

If the printer controller is not installed, the Destination screen does not appear when the [SCAN] key is pressed, and the copier does not enter Scan mode.

2Specify the appropriate settings.

Specify the recipient (where the scan data will be sent) and the scanning mode, and then specify any other necessary settings.

3Press the [START] key to start scanning and sending the

data as specified.

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