Konica Minolta Pagepro 1390
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Brand: Konica Minolta
Part Number: DH5250230100
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Konica Minolta Pagepro 1390 MF Warranty
Konica Minolta Pagepro 1390 MF Install Guide
Konica Minolta Pagepro 1390 MF Quick Guide English
Konica Minolta Pagepro 1390 MF Quick Start
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User reviews and opinions
|dmacg||6:54pm on Thursday, September 2nd, 2010|
|Remember to submit the rebate before it expires! Works great. Wanted to add a mono laser to my inkjet & tested everything available in the local stores.|
|daryl314||6:11pm on Thursday, September 2nd, 2010|
|Bottom line is that I would have paid at least a couple of hundred dollars more for a machine like this. It is of exceptional value and quality. Ubuntu 9.04 has support for it. I picked up a free one, and it worked out of the box. I found OSX drivers for it too.|
|datinfgr543||12:55am on Tuesday, August 31st, 2010|
|Pls Send Installation Software for Windows 98S small footprint, fast, cheap and easy expensive toner, almost cheaper to buy a new printer than a large cap cartridge!|
|Vineet||3:05pm on Sunday, July 18th, 2010|
|Would buy again, recommend to all. Excellent print quality and a small footprint for home/office. Easy software install, good user interface.|
|Scrooge||9:51pm on Thursday, July 15th, 2010|
|Outstanding budget laser. After years of throwing away money on barely-used cartridges that were rendered useless by clogged nozzles. Great price, last forever, no problems, now own three I have bought three of the identical item. All still in excellent running order.|
|keneida||7:37am on Sunday, June 27th, 2010|
|Low initial cost and availability of compatible consumables makes it sensible to use. There can be some problem feeding envelopes.|
|fabbott||3:00am on Thursday, March 25th, 2010|
|Bottom line is that I would have paid at least a couple of hundred dollars more for a machine like this. It is of exceptional value and quality.|
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N in 1 key
Reduces original images to fit onto one sheet of paper. Prints 14 pages reduced to fit onto one sheet of paper. Prints 12 pages reduced to fit onto one sheet of paper. Prints 1 page on one sheet of paper.
Start key Stop/Reset key
Starts a copy or scan job. Exits the menu. Stops an operation at any time. In Standby mode, clears the copy options.
Toner Save key Reduce/Enlarge key Light/Dark key Copies key
Saves toner by using less toner to copy or print a document. Makes a copy smaller or larger than the original document. Adjusts the document brightness for the current copy job. Sets the number of copies. (Pressing the key one time increases the count by one page.)
Cancels the setting or returns to the previous menu level. Exits the menu if pressed repeatedly. Goes back to the previous menu level.
Message window Displays settings and messages. Scan To key Fax Operations keys Scans the original document to a designated software program. Provides fax operations. For details, refer to the Facsimile Users Guide.
About the Software
Utilities and Documentation CD-ROM
Drivers Printer Driver for Windows XP/2000 Printer Driver for Windows Me/98SE Use/Benefit These drivers give you access to all of the printer features, including finishing and advanced layout. See also Displaying Printer Driver Settings on page 10.
Driver TWAIN Driver for Windows XP/2000/Me/98SE Use/Benefit This driver enables you to set scanning functions, such as the color setting and size adjustments. For details, refer to chapter 5, Scanner Operation. This driver enables you to set scanning functions, such as the color setting and size adjustments. For details, refer to WIA Driver Settings on page 47. For details on the installation of the drivers, refer to the PagePro 1390 MF Installation Guide. After the driver is installed on Windows 98, be sure to restart the computer. If the computer is not restarted, LinkMagic may not run correctly.
WIA Driver for Windows XP
Utility LinkMagic Use/Benefit This utility enables you to send scan data by email or immediately save the data as a file on the computer. For details, refer to chapter 7, Using LinkMagic.
Personal computer Pentium 3: 450 MHz or higher Operating System Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition/Professional, Windows 2000, Windows Me, Windows 98SE Free hard disk space
Approximately 20 MB of free hard disk space for printer driver Approximately 128 MB of free hard disk space for image processing
RAM Windows XP: 128MB Windows 2000: 64MB Windows Me/98SE: 32MB CD-ROM/DVD drive I/O interface USB Revision 2.0 compliant port If Windows Me or 98 SE is being used, it is recommended that a USB 1.1 cable will be used to connect the printer to the computer. If Windows Me is being used, turn on the printer before starting up the computer since the driver or LinkMagic may not be running correctly.
Selecting Driver Defaults
Before you start working with your printer, you are advised to verify/change the default driver settings.
Choose the drivers properties as follows:
From the Windows menu bar, select start - Printers and Faxes. Right-click the KONICA MINOLTA PagePro 1390 MF printer icon. Select Printing Preferences - Basic tab.
From the Windows menu bar, select Start - Settings - Printers. Right-click the KONICA MINOLTA PagePro 1390 MF printer icon. Select Printing Preferences - Basic tab.
From the Windows menu bar, select Start - Settings - Printers. Right-click the KONICA MINOLTA PagePro 1390 MF printer icon. Select Properties - Printer Properties - Basic tab.
Select the default settings for your printer, such as the default media size you use. Click Apply. Click OK to exit from the Properties dialog box.
Uninstalling the Printer Driver
This section describes how to uninstall the PagePro 1390 MF Printer Driver if necessary.
From the Start menu, choose Programs (Windows XP: All Programs), then PagePro1390 MF, and then Uninstall Driver. In the dialog box, click Yes. The PagePro 1390 MF driver will be uninstalled from your computer.
Displaying Printer Driver Settings
From the start menu, choose Printers and Faxes to display the Printers and Faxes directory. Right-click the KONICA MINOLTA PagePro 1390 MF printer icon and choose Printing Preferences. The Basic tab displays first.
From the Start menu, point to Settings, and then click Printers to display the Printers directory. Display the printer driver settings: Windows 2000Right-click the KONICA MINOLTA PagePro 1390 MF printer icon and choose Printing Preferences. Windows Me/98SERight-click the PagePro 1390 MF printer icon and choose Properties, then select Printer Properties. The Basic tab displays first.
From the N-up drop-down list, select the desired page order.
Output Paper Size
Allows you to scale the print job on a page. (25% - 400%)
The following parameters can be set from the watermark tab. You can add a logo or text to your document as a watermark. You can use a bitmap file or text file that you have created.
1st Page Only
Select this option to put the watermark or bitmap file only on the first page.
Select the text watermark to be used. Add, edit, or remove text watermark files. Click New/Add to open the Watermark dialog box, allowing you to specify various settings for your watermark text. When using a text watermark, select String.
From the drop-down list, select the file to be used. A bitmap file can be added or deleted. To add a file, click Specify, and then select the file to be added. When using a bitmap, select Image.
Control Panel and Configuration Menu
This machine is designed to be easy to use through message window on-screen programming with the control panel keys. User-friendly programming helps you take full advantage of all the menu selections offered. The step-by-step on-screen instructions below guide you through the menu selections and programming options. For details on the control panel, refer to About the Control Panel on page 5.
You could probably program the machine without the Users Guide. But to better understand the menu selections and options available, you can refer to the following menu table. Default settings are in bold. 1.Common Setup 11.Language 12.Paper Size Select the desired language. A4*1 Letter Legal A5 B5 Time: Time: Time: Time: Time: 5 min 15 min 30 min 1 hr 2 hr
14.Reset OPC. 15.Button Sound Adjust ADF Edge On Off -9 mm, -8 mm, -7 mm, -6 mm, -5 mm, -4 mm, -3 mm, -2 mm, -1 mm, 0 mm, 1 mm, 2 mm, 3 mm, 4 mm, 5 mm, 6 mm, 7 mm, 8 mm, 9 mm
21.Def Copy Mode
Text Photo Mixed 1-7 Levels (4) Original(100%) Custom(25%-400%) Fit to Paper A4 to Letter Letter to A4 Legal to Letter Legal to A4
22.Def Density 23.Def Zoom
Toner Save: Off Toner Save: On
26.Def Bg Remove
Bg Remove: Off Bg Remove: On
Mixed Bg Remove: Off mode Bg Remove: On
31.Configuration 32.Menu map 33.Usage report 34.Fax Act. Rept*2 35.Phone Book*2
4.Fax Setup 5.PhoneBook 6.Special Fax
*2 *2 *2
Depending on the region, the default setting is A4.
This menu is for faxing. For details on the fax functions, refer to the Facsimile Users Guide.
Remove transparencies as soon as possible from the output tray to avoid static buildup. You can print continuously with transparencies. However, this could affect the media feed, depending on the media quality, static buildup, and printing environment. If problems occur, stop the continuous printing and print one sheet at a time. Loading a large number of transparencies at one time may cause static buildup, thus causing feeding problems. Format the information to be printed on the transparencies within your application. Try printing your data on a sheet of plain paper first to check placement. Capacity Media Tray Up to 5 transparencies, depending on their thickness 1 sheet only
Manual Feed Tray Orientation Face up Transparency Driver Media Type Use transparencies that are Approved for laser printing
DO NOT use transparencies that Have static electricity that will cause them to stick together Are specified for inkjet printers only
What Is the Guaranteed Imageable (Printable) Area?
The printable area on all media sizes is up to 4 mm (0.157") from the edges of the media. Each media size has a specific imageable area, the maximum area on which the machine can print clearly and without distortion.
This area is subject to both hardware a limits (the physical media size and the a = 4 mm (0.157") margins required by the machine) and software constraints (the amount of memory available for the full-page frame buffer). The guaranteed imageable (printable) area for all media sizes is the page size minus 4 mm (0.157") from all edges of the media.
Envelopes have a nonguaranteed imageable area that varies with envelope type. The envelope print orientation is determined by your application.
Nonimageable area 4 mm (0.157")
Margins are set through your application. Some applications allow you to set custom page sizes and margins while others have only standard page sizes and margins from which to choose. If you choose a standard format, you may lose part of your image (due to imageable area constraints). If you can custom-size your page in your application, use those sizes given for the imageable area for optimum results.
How do I store media?
A single-channel image consists of at least 256 shades of gray. An 8-bit scanner produces a grayscale image with 1,024 shades of gray between pure black and pure white. Choose this option for scanning black-and-white photographs.
With 8 bits of color information per pixel, the file size of an image is eight times larger than that of a black-and-white image and 1/3 the size of a 24-bit color image.
A 24-bit color image consists of three 8-bit color channels. The red, green, and blue channels are mixed together to create a combination of one billion colors, which give a more true-to-life quality to the image. Choose 24-Bit Color for scanning color photos.
Selecting the Proper Resolution
Good control of the resolution results in satisfactory details in the scanned image. The resolution is measured in dots per inch (dpi). Typically, the greater the dpi, the higher the resolution and image file size. Be aware that a greater resolution requires more time, memory, and disk space. Note that above a certain dpi, the resolution does not visually improve the image, but only makes your file larger.
For your information, an A4-or Letter-sized color image scanned at 300 dpi in True Color mode consumes approximately 25 MB of disk space. A higher resolution (over 600 dpi) is recommended only when you need to scan a small area in True Color mode. Refer to the following table to choose the proper resolution for your image, depending on the application.
Scanner Setting ApplicaImage Type tion Filing, faxing, e-mailing a document Black and White
Resolution (dpi) 300
Viewing, copying, editing 24-Bit Color a color picture OCRing* a document Black and White
* Optical Character Recognition: the process of converting an image to text
If a resolution higher than 600 dpi was selected, a warning message appears. To automatically set the resolution to 300 dpi and begin scanning, click OK. To begin scanning with the selected resolution, click Cancel.
Enhancing the Image
Adjusts the lightness or darkness of an image. The higher the value, the brighter the image.
Adjusts the range between the darkest and the lightest shades in the image. The higher the value, the bigger the difference in gray scales.
Inverts the brightness and color in the image. With color images, each pixel will be changed to its complementary color.
Creates a mirror (or reverse) image.
Automatically crops the scan area of the previewed document. This then becomes the cropping area for all scanned documents until it is changed again.
Select a size from the Paper Size list of frequently used scan sizes, including card (4 x 2.5 in), Photo (5 x 3.5 in), Photo (6 x 4 in), B5, A5, A4, Letter, or your current scan area, to perform an immediate selection of the scan size.
Indicates the measuring unit in use (inch, cm, or pixel).
Displays a drop-down list that allows you to specify the type of document you are scanning in order to eliminate the moir pattern* commonly found in printed matter. You can specify Newspaper, Magazine, or Catalog. * An undesirable pattern resulting from the incorrect screen angle of the overprinting halftone
Displays a drop-down list that allows you to specify a level of sharpening the scanned image. You can specify Light, More, Heavy, or Extra Heavy.
Makes the Hue / Saturation / Lightness function available. The Advanced Settings button must be clicked in order to use the Hue / Saturation / Lightness function. (See page 44.)
Adds shadows to reveal more details in an image.
Displays the following six Advanced Settings buttons on the right side of the TWAIN dialog box: Highlight / Shadow Levels, Curves, Color Balance, Hue / Saturation / Lightness, Color Drop-out, and Custom Settings.
Highlight / Shadow Levels
This function is available when 8-Bit Gray, or 24-Bit Color is selected from the Image Type drop-down list. H (Highlight) refers to the lightest point in a scanned image, S (Shadow) to the darkest. Clicking on the Highlight / Shadow button displays the Highlight / Shadow Levels dialog box. To specify values, you can either type them into the boxes, or you can place the mouse cursor on the line, click the right mouse button, then drag the line. Use the Highlight / Shadow settings to extend the range of color and reveal more details in a color image.
Displays a dialog box that allows you to adjust the midtone of the image without losing details in the lightest and darkest areas. Click CURVE or LINE, depending on whether you want a curved or an angled line. To change the curve, place the mouse cursor on the line, click the left mouse button, and then drag the line.
Displays a dialog box that allows you to adjust the color of the image so that it comes close to that of the original. To adjust the image, you can either type values in the Color Levels boxes, or you can drag the color sliders.
Hue / Saturation / Lightness
Adjusts the hue, saturation, and lightness of an image. This button becomes available when the Color Adjustment button is clicked. You can type values in the boxes, or you can drag the sliders.
Specify a value in the Hue box to adjust the hue. Note that the level of intensity of a color changes as the hue is adjusted.
Using the Copies key, you can set a number of copies from 1 to 99. Repeatedly press the Copies key count until the desired number appears on the display. OR Enter the number of copies by using the number keypad. OR Use the scroll keys to find the desired setting. (Holding a scroll key pressed displays the numbers more quickly.)
To sort multiple copies, use the ADF. Document pages are printed in the order 1-2, 1-2, and so on. To use the Collate function, press the Collate key. Each time you press the key, the LED labeled with the selected mode comes on. You can choose from the following Collate modes. : Pages will be printed in the order 1-2, 1-2, and so on. : Pages will be printed in the order 1-1, 2-2, and so on. The number of pages to be collated depends on the scan mode and the original document. If you load the original document into the ADF, the function automatically starts scanning all the pages. If you place the document on the flatbed glass, manually perform the following operation. Place the original document face down on the flatbed glass and align its center with the arrow mark on the glass. Gently close the ADF lid. Press the Collate key. Select the number of copies to collate. Press the Start key. The message window displays Next Scan :START Scan End : #.
Place the next document page on the flatbed glass. Press the Start key. The message window displays Next Scan :START Scan End : #. Repeat the previous step to finish scanning all pages of the document. Press the # key on the number keypad to start collating. The machine starts printing according to the selected Collate option.
N in 1
To use the N in 1 function, press the N in 1 key. Each time you press the key, the LED labeled with the selected mode lights. You can choose from the following N in 1 modes. : Prints 4 original images reduced to fit onto one sheet of paper. : Prints 2 original images reduced to fit onto one sheet of paper. : Prints 1 original image reduced to fit onto one sheet of paper. The N in 1 function does not support the Collate or Zoom functions. If you load the original document into the ADF, the function automatically starts scanning all the pages. If you place the document on the flatbed glass, manually perform the following operation. Place the original document face down on the flatbed glass and align its center with the arrow mark on the glass. Gently close the ADF lid. Press the N in 1 key to select your option. Press the Start key. The message window displays Next Scan :START Scan End : #. Place the next document page on the flatbed glass. Press the Start key. The message window displays Next Scan :START Scan End : #. Repeat the previous step to finish scanning all pages of the document. The machine starts printing. (If you selected 2-in-1, the machine scans two pages, then prints out one. If you selected 4-in-1, the machine scans four pages, then prints out one.)
LinkMagic is a software utility that provides easy access to the most frequently used scanning applications. Using LinkMagic eliminates the need to manually launch the specific applications and allows you to scan a document directly to a folder on your computer. LinkMagic provides the following four categories of operation: MFP button setting section: Configure the Scan To key on the control panel. Copy Function section: Specify 1-to-1, 2-to-1, or 4-to-1 copying. Scan Function section: Scan directly to email or a file. User-defined buttons allow you to configure a button to meet your own application requirements. Fax Phonebook: Edit the fax phone book. For details, refer to the Facsimile Users Guide. To cancel copy or scan jobs sent from LinkMagic, press the Esc key on the computers keyboard. Pressing the Cancel key on the control panel to cancel the job may take too long to process.
From the Start menu, choose Programs (Windows XP: All Programs), then PagePro 1390 MF, and then LINKMAGIC. The LinkMagic window appears.
MFP Button Setting Section
Configure the Scan To key in this section to your specific requirements. Click Scan to to display the Edit Application List dialog box.
The Edit button allows you to change an application or its properties in the list. Click one of the applications in the list, and then click on Edit to display the Preferences dialog box.
Click Browse to select the path where your applications executable file is located on your computer.
Your applications original name is shown here.
Program Name on MFP LCD
Enter a name for the application which will appear on the PagePro 1390 MFs message window.
Set all other preferred scanner settings, including Original Image Type, Original Size, Resolution, Brightness, and Contrast.
From the File Format drop-down list, you can choose to save the scan as a PDF, BMP, TIFF, or JPEG file. Depending on the original image type setting selected for Scanner Setting, the formats that can be selected may be different. The formats in which files can be saved differ depending on the application.
Click Browse to choose a folder/directory where the scanned file will be saved.
The New Application button allows you to add another application to the Edit Application list and edit its properties. After a new application has been installed and the computer has been restarted, the application is automatically registered in the Edit Application list.
The Delete button allows you to delete an application item from the Edit Application list. Click one of the applications in the list, and then click on Delete to delete the application.
This button saves your updated settings.
Using the Scan To Key on the Control Panel To Scan
Place the original face up in the ADF or face down on the flatbed glass. Press the Scan To key on the control panel. Press the scroll keys to select an application in the display on the control panel. Press the Select key to confirm the selected application. Press the Start key to start the scanning process.
Copy Function Section
The three copy buttons in the Copy Function section of the LinkMagic window can be customized to perform the N in1 function if you load documents in the ADF. Follow the directions below to choose one of the three copy buttons. Do not press the Start key on the machine while copying; otherwise, decreased image quality may result. : Prints 1 original image on one sheet of paper. : Prints 2 original images reduced to fit onto one sheet of paper. : Prints 4 original images reduced to fit onto one sheet of paper. To configure one of the three copy buttons, right-click it, and then click Configuration. The Copy dialog box for the button appears. 2-to-1 and 4-to-1 copying is not possible with LinkMagic from the flatbed glass. Use the PagePro 1390 MF control panel to print 2-to-1 and 4-to-1 copies from the flatbed glass.
Selects the number of copies.
Increases or decreases copy scaling.
Check that KONICA MINOLTA PagePro 1390 MF appears in the drop-down list.
Enables the Collate function. If the Collate function is selected, a maximum of 10 document pages can be loaded into the ADF when the resolution is set to 600 dpi.
Moisten a soft clean cloth with isopropyl alcohol (95%). Gently wipe the flatbed glass and the white sheet under the ADF lid to remove dust or toner particles.
Close the ADF lid.
Adjusting the image position
The print image may not be straight when the ADF is used to scan the document. If the image is not straight, follow the procedure described below to adjust the image position. Press the Menu key. Press a scroll key until 1.Common Setup appears on the display. Press the Select key. Press a scroll key until Adjust ADF Edge appears on the display. Press the Select key. Refer to the following table for the necessary adjustment direction.
Adjustment Direction (-9 ~ +9 mm) When the image is located too far to the right, adjust its position in the + (plus) direction.
When the image is located too far to the left, adjust its position in the - (minus) direction.
Clearing a Media Misfeed
Open the front cover.
Remove the imaging cartridge.
Remove the jammed media.
Reinsert the imaging cartridge.
Gently open the rear cover.
Pull out any jammed media.
Close the rear cover.
Clearing a Media Misfeed in the ADF
Carefully pull the jammed paper out of the ADF.
Error Messages on the Display
For details on the error messages concerning the fax functions, refer to the Facsimile User's Guide. Error state No paper in printer Front cover open for printer Rear cover open for printer Paper Jam for printer Paper Mismatch for printer Service Call for printer Toner Low for printer Toner Empty for printer Out of memory for printer Message window line1 Paper Empty Front Cover Open Rear Cover Open Open front cover Paper Mismatch [PRINTER ERROR ] [PRINTER ERROR ] PLS replace a Mem Low. 1 Copy Message window line 2 PLS add paper PLS close cover PLS close cover Remove the paper Continue: START Service Call Toner Low new Toner Press Stop/Reset Continue: START Remove the paper Lamp Error AFE R/W Error Home Sensor NVRAM R/W Fail Motor Stall Incorrect Toner
Chassis locked for scan- Unlock scanner ner ADF paper jam for scan- Open ADF cover ner Lamp Error for scanner [SCANNER ERROR ] AFE R/W Error for scan- [SCANNER ERROR ] ner. Home sensor for scanner NVRAM for scanner Motor stall for scanner Incorrect toner [SCANNER ERROR ] [SCANNER ERROR ] [SCANNER ERROR ] [PRINTER ERROR ]
If you are using an NEC USB2.0 on-board or add-on card, you need to update the driver to Microsoft release version 5.1.2600 or later.
Solving Problems-Printing Quality
Symptom Blank page Cause The toner cartridge may be defective. Solution Remove the toner cartridge and check it for damage. Replace the toner cartridge, if necessary.
The toner cartridge may be defective.
Remove the toner cartridge and check it for damage. Replace the toner cartridge, if necessary. Refer to the General Information Guide to contact your local vendor.
Your machine may require servicing.
Print too light
The toner cartridge may running out of toner.
Remove the toner cartridge and shake it left and right a few times to distribute remaining toner. If the problem persists, replace the toner cartridge.
Remove the toner cartridge and check it for damage. Replace the toner cartridge, if necessary.
Symptom Print too dark
Cause The toner cartridge may be defective.
Solution Remove the toner cartridge and check it for damage. Replace the toner cartridge, if necessary.
Uneven print density
The toner may be unevenly distributed inside the toner cartridge. The toner cartridge may be defective.
Remove the toner cartridge and shake it left and right a few times to distribute the remaining toner. Remove the toner cartridge and check it for damage. Replace the toner cartridge, if necessary. Contact your local vendor. Since toner will not adhere well to wet media, replace the media you are using with dry media and try printing again.
The image transfer roller may be defective. Irregularities The media may have absorbed some moisture due to high humidity or because of direct contact with water.
White or black The toner cartridge may be lines defective.
Dark lines on the edges.
The transfer roller is dirty.
Contact your local vendor.
Remove the toner cartridge and shake it left and right a few times to distribute remaining toner. Remove the toner cartridge and check it for damage. Replace the toner cartridge, if necessary. Contact your local vendor.
Smudges on the media indicate a dirty feed roller.
Symptom There is insufficient fusing or the image comes off when rubbed.
Consumable Life Expectancy Chart
Item Toner Cartridge Average Life Expectancy (in Simplex Pages) Starter Cartridge: Average Cartridge Yield 1,500 standard pages. Replacement Standard Capacity Cartridge: Average Cartridge Yield 3,000 standard pages. Replacement High Capacity Cartridge: Average Cartridge Yield 6,000 standard pages. Declared yield value in accordance with ISO/IEC 19752 The toner cartridge life will be shorter when using intermittent printing. Drum cartridge 20,000 continuous printing The drum cartridge life will be shorter when using intermittent printing.
Our Concern for Environmental Protection
As an ENERGY STAR Partner, we have determined that this machine meets the ENERGY STAR Guidelines for energy efficiency.
What is an ENERGY STAR product?
An ENERGY STAR product has a special feature that allows it to automatically switch to a low-power mode after a period of inactivity. An ENERGY STAR product uses energy more efficiently, saves you money on utility bills and helps protect the environment.
ADF ADF pad, replacing 66 Cleaning 76 Copying 50 Feeding Documents 35 Scanning 38 ADF pad, replacing 66 Adjust the quality of the scanned picture, WIA driver 48 Advanced Setting 62 Advanced Settings, TWAIN driver 43 Auto Level, TWAIN driver 43
Buttons, printer driver 11
Cancel, WIA driver 48 CD-ROM Utilities & Documentation 8 Close, TWAIN driver 47 Collate 53, 56, 61 Color Adjustment, TWAIN driver 43 Color Balance, TWAIN driver 44 Color Drop-out, TWAIN driver 45 Color picture, WIA driver 47 Consumables ADF pad, replacing 66 Drum cartridge, replacing 72 Life expectancy 96 Toner cartridge, replacing 68 Contrast, TWAIN driver 41 Control panel 5 Copies 53
Basic tab, printer driver 11 Black and white picture or text, WIA driver 47 Brightness, TWAIN driver 41
Copy Function 60 Copy mode 50, 55 Copy Quality 51 Copy Setting 61 Copying Collate 53, 56, 61 Copies 53 Copy mode 50, 55 Copy Quality 51 Default menu settings, changing 55 Density 51, 56 Light/Dark 51 N in Reduce/Enlarge 52 Toner Save 55 Zoom 52, 56 Curves, TWAIN driver 44 Custom Settings, TWAIN driver 45 Custom settings, WIA driver 47
Highlight/Shadow Levels, TWAIN driver 43 Hue/Saturation/Lightness, TWAIN driver 44
Image type, TWAIN driver 39 Imageable area 26 Information, TWAIN driver 46 Invert Image, TWAIN driver 41
Layout tab, printer driver 12 Light/Dark 51 LinkMagic 58 Loading media 28 Lock Scale, TWAIN driver 46
Delete 59 Density 51, 56 Descreen, TWAIN driver 42 Drum cartridge Life expectancy 96 Replacing 72
Machine parts 3 Maintenance Automatic Document Feeder, cleaning 76 Flatbed glass, cleaning 78 Manual feed tray Loading 30 Media Envelopes 23 Feeding Document 34 Imageable area 26 Loading 28 Original media 33 Page margins 26 Plain paper 21 Postcards 24 Printable area 26 Size 20 Storage 27 Thick stock 22
Edit 58 Envelopes 23 Error messages 87
Feeding Document 34 Flatbed glass Cleaning 78 Copying 50 Feeding Document 34 Scanning 38
Grayscale picture, WIA driver 47
Transparencies 24 Types 21 Media misfeed ADF, clearing 86 Printer, clearing 82 Media tray Loading 28 Menu mode 18 Menu table 16 MFP Button Setting 58 Mirror, TWAIN driver 41
Reduce/Enlarge 52 Resolution, TWAIN driver 40
Scan Function 62 Scan method, TWAIN driver 39 Scan To Email 62 Scan To File 62 Scan, TWAIN driver 47 Scan, WIA driver 48 Scanner driver 8 Scanner Setting 61 Scanning 38 Sharpen, TWAIN driver 42 Space requirements 2 System requirements 9
N in New Application 59
OK 60 Original media 33 Original Size, TWAIN driver 42
Target Application 63 Thick stock 22 Toner cartridge Life expectancy 96 Replacing 68 Toner Save 55 Transparencies 24 TWAIN driver 39 Advanced Settings 43 Auto Level 43 Brightness 41 Close 47 Color Adjustment 43 Color Balance 44 Color Drop-out 45 Contrast 41 Curves 44 Custom Settings 45 Descreen 42 Highlight/Shadow Levels 43 Hue/Saturation/Lightness 44 Image type 39 Information 46 Invert Image 41 Lock Scale 46
Page margins 26 Paper 20 Paper tab, printer driver 12 Parts 3 Plain paper 21 Postcards 24 Preview Auto-Area, TWAIN driver 42 Preview Window, WIA driver 48 Preview, TWAIN driver 47 Preview, WIA driver 48 Print quality problems 88 Printable area 26 Printer driver 8, 11 Basic tab 11 Buttons 11 Layout tab 12 Paper tab 12 Settings 10 Uninstalling 10 Watermark tab 13
Mirror 41 Original Size 42 Preview 47 Preview Auto-Area 42 Resolution 40 Scan 47 Scan method 39 Sharpen 42 Units 42 Width/Length/Size 46 Zoom 47
Units, TWAIN driver 42 User Define 63 Utilities & Documentation CD-ROM 8
Watermark tab, printer driver 13 WIA driver Adjust the quality of the scanned picture 48 Black and white picture or text 47 Cancel 48 Color picture 47 Custom settings 47 Grayscale picture 47 Preview 48 Preview Window 48 Scan 48 Width/Length/Size, TWAIN driver 46
Zoom 52, 56 Zoom, TWAIN driver 47
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