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Canon varioPRINT 6220 Operation Guide PDF

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Summary of Content for Canon varioPRINT 6220 Operation Guide PDF

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What the print system can do for you... 32 Control panel... 33 Settings Editor... 36 PRISMAsync Remote Manager... 38 PRISMAsync Remote Match... 40 Media-based workflow... 42 Learn about the document printing workflow... 43 Transaction printing workflow... 44

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Manage the jobs in the queue... 116 Learn about job management in the queues... 116 Search, filter and select jobs... 120 Move jobs to another destination... 123 Schedule a Waiting Job for Printing... 128 Print an Urgent Job Immediately... 129 Give Priority to a Print Job... 130 Print a scheduled job later... 131 Combine jobs in the list of [Waiting jobs] (bundle function)... 132 Define default use of special pages... 134 Create a note for the operator... 138

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Change 2-sided into 1-sided and vice versa... 181 Change the binding edge... 182 Select another media for a job... 183 Change the settings for covers... 184 Shift the image roughly to create binding space... 185 Shift the image precisely to create binding space or correct the layout... 186 Change the Print Delivery Settings... 187 Change the stacking method per job... 190 Change the print quality settings... 191 Define the finishing for print jobs... 193

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Perform a media registration for large media - Print the test sheets and create the ruler... 273 Perform a media registration for large media - Adjust the Z-position of side 1... 274 Perform a media registration for large media - Adjust the X-length of side 1... 276 Perform a media registration for large media - Adjust the Z-position of side 2... 277 Perform a media registration for large media - Adjust the X-position of side 1... 278 Perform a media registration for large media - Adjust the X-position of side 2... 279

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Product specifications... 336 Environmental... 338 Print speed ... 339 PRISMAsync controller specifications... 340 Printer driver support... 342

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CAUTION Indicates a caution concerning operations that may lead to in- jury to persons if not performed correctly... To use the ma- chine safely, always pay attention to these cautions... This indication can concern hazards that have a specific CAU- TION symbol... The 'hot surface', 'electric shock', 'moving parts' and 'laser beam' cautions are listed below...

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CAUTION Laser beam Indicates a caution concerning operations that may lead to in- jury to persons if not performed correctly... To use the ma- chine safely, always pay attention to these cautions...

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Users of the print system Print environments where the VarioPrint 6000 line is installed differ in many aspects... Therefore, it is difficult to describe general roles that are applicable to each situation... The VarioPrint 6000 line has default user accounts that are related to the access of password-protected functionality or settings... However, the default user groups can be adjusted by the system administrator according to the number or type of users in your organization...

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On the downloads site downloads... cpp... canon you can find all product information for the VarioPrint 6000 line, among others: This operation guide Safety guide for print system Maintenance guide Extended key operator maintenance guide PRISMAsync Print Server administration guide PRISMAsync Remote Control quick reference guide PRISMAlytics Dashboard quick reference guide PRISMAsync Remote Match user guide Technical reference manual

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14 Chapter 1 - Introduction VarioPrint 6000 line

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Advanced scheduling concept on the control panel to keep the machine running... Load and assign the media while the printer prints... Unload the media while the printer prints... Assign the media while the printer warms up, after the printer is initialized... Support of up to 12 paper trays (total input capacity up to 13,800 sheets) and a roll feeder... Support of up to 3 stackers, a finisher and other external finishers... Support of a large range of media, media sizes and media weights...

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1 Control panel The control panel helps you with your daily work, for ex- ample the scheduling of the jobs... Furthermore, the con- trol panel helps you to solve errors or perform mainte- nance tasks (see Control panel on page 33)...

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7 Roll feeder (optional) A roll feeder is an optional device that adds paper input capacity to your printer... When you use a roll feeder, you can only use 1 or 2 paper modules... A combination of 3 paper modules and a roll feeder is not possible... The con- trol panel displays the roll feeder and gives feedback about the status of the roll feeder... For example whether the roll is full or empty... Please refer to the documenta- tion of the roll feeder manufacturer for more informa- tion, for example about replacing an empty roll...

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You can also install a Flex-XL PIM paper input module... In this paper module the two bulk trays are replaced by Flex-XL trays... A Flex-XL tray can contain media until media size 350 mm x 500 mm... You can install the Flex-XL PIM instead of a standard paper module or in combination with a standard paper module... You can install a maximum of 3 paper modules... Contact your local authorized dealer for more information about the Flex-XL PIM... See also Flex-XL paper input module on page 29...

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5 The [Not assigned] button... This button applies to the paper tray where you just put the media... You can press the [Not assigned] button when you load a new media type into a paper tray without defining this media type on the control panel first... Then the printer cannot accidentally use the media in this paper tray before the media is correctly defined on the control panel... You can define the me- dia type in the [Trays] view on the control panel later (see Assign the media to a paper tray on page 256)...

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1 [Stacker] The stacker is the default output location of the machine... The stacker capacity is 6,000 sheets, in 2 stacks of 3,000 sheets each (80 g/m or 20 lb... bond)... The stacker does not contain staple cartridges... Therefore, the stacker cannot be the output location for jobs that require staples...

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The finisher contains 2 staple cartridges to staple the jobs... The 3 output trays can receive A4, Letter and similar media sizes... Stapled jobs (A4, Letter and similar media sizes only) go into the output trays... The total capacity of the output trays is 3,700 sheets (80 g/m or 20 lb bond)...

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The printer allows you to print on special media with irregular thickness... Examples of such media are media with glued-on (membership or bank) passes, folded media, or media with a slip attached... When you load a stack of special media with irregular thickness into the paper tray, the stack will tilt... When the stack tilts too much, it may cause paper jams... Therefore, you can only load a limited amount of special media with irregular thickness into the paper tray...

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CAUTION The maximum lifting weight is 15 kg / 33 lb... Caution: this is only a guideline, the amount may be lower/higher depending on your physical strength...

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NOTE If you want to print on 7 x 10 inch media or on JIS B5, this media has to be available in the media catalog... If the media catalog does not contain 7 x 10 inch media or JIS B5, you will have to register this media first...

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4 Flip the metal plates over to the left-hand side over the media...

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You can only load A4/Letter in the dual paper tray... The capacity of the dual paper tray is 3,300 A4/ Letter sheets instead of 1,700 sheets (bulk tray)... The capacity of the left-hand stack is 1,800 A4/ Letter sheets... The capacity of the right-hand stack is 1,600 A4/Letter sheets...

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NOTE The schedule assumes that the right-hand part of the dual paper tray is either full (although the stack may be partially filled) or empty... When the first stack becomes empty and the second stack is used, the schedule is updated with the actual filling level... You are advised to fill the right-hand stack completely...

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Flex-XL paper input module The Flex-XL PIM paper input module is the same as the standard paper module... The only difference is that the two bulk trays are replaced by Flex-XL trays... A Flex-XL tray can contain media until media size 350 mm x 500 mm... The minimum media size 208 mm x 203 mm...

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Integrated camera mounting unit ICMU The integrated camera mounting unit ICMU is a unit that can contain a camera system... With the camera system you can compare the actual printed sheets with the digital original... When the printed image and the original do not match the print job is aborted...

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The input and finishing optionals support many different media types and finishing options... The print system can staple, fold, trim, crease or punch the printed output in various ways... You can print professional looking, high quality output, such as stapled booklets and books with glued, preprinted covers...

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3 Paper tray button Get immediate access to the [Trays] section on the control panel to do the following (for example): Check the content of all paper trays... Load a new media type into a paper tray... Change the media type which is available in one

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7 [Trays] button Access the [Trays] section on the control panel to do the following, for example: Check the content of all paper trays... Load a new media type into a paper tray, or Change the media type which is available in one

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Orange LED The machine will stop soon, for example because more paper is required... Operator attention is re- quired soon... The orange light illuminates when the machine reaches the warning time... The warning time is a time you can set to determine when the orange light must illuminate... You can set the warning time in the [System] view of the control panel...

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The following configuration settings, tooling, and support information are available in the Settings Editor: Media settings, to maintain the media catalog and media families... Default job settings, the print and scan quality, finishing properties, and most print languages

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2... In the address bar, enter the IP address or host name of the PRISMAsync controller... http://<printername or IP address> https://<printername or IP address> The Settings Editor application appears... You can now make the required settings...

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PRISMAsync Remote Manager enables you to upload jobs, to edit job properties and to change the print queues from a remote location or workstation... Jobs can easily be re-scheduled, re- located, or changed before being printed...

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PRISMAsync Remote Match PRISMAsync Remote Match is a cloud-based application that can align the color (printer- dependent), media and workflow configuration of similar printers in the printer fleet... Printers that belong to the same printer series and have the same printer software version can be grouped in a cluster...

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You can start PRISMAsync Remote Match from the Settings Editor... Location: [Configuration] [Connectivity][Cloud service][Open cloud service administration portal]

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When you work with the media catalog, you can take advantage of the following benefits: The media in the media catalog store print quality attributes that the entire print system uses...

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2... Workload planning Remote Manager is used to monitor the connected print systems, paper trays, scheduled jobs, and upcoming actions to manage the workload across all connected print systems... With the Remote Control app and Remote Manager you monitor the print production of the PRISMAsync Print Server printers remotely...

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Transaction printing workflow When there is a license for transaction printing (IPDS or PCL), you can operate the print system in the transaction printing mode... An IPDS or PCL host sends a streaming job to a dedicated port in the print system... The transaction printing mode fits print environments with large numbers of business critical data, such as invoices, checks and salary slips...

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When an job error occurs in transaction printing mode, the job recovery takes place from the page that caused the error... When multiple pages of the same document are not allowed, for example, for lotteries and bank accounts, you must adjust the error recovery settings... When you select the secure error recovery in the Settings Editor, the print system does not perform an output recovery and deletes all remaining pages... A stack eject follows when the printed output goes to the high capacity stacker... As a result, you must submit the job again...

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Low power mode Off The low power mode is an energy save mode... To use the low power mode, the [Low power mode tim- er] setting in the Settings Editor must be set to [Ena- bled]... When this setting is disabled, the printer skips the low power mode and goes into the sleep mode after the time set for this mode... When the printer has been idle for the time defined in the [Low power mode timer] setting, the printer goes in- to low power mode automatically... Possible values: 5-30minutes... Factory default: 20 minutes... The printer wakes up when a job arrives in the list of [Scheduled jobs] or when you touch the control panel (either the screen or any button)... 4

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Sleep mode Off Once the printer has been idle for the time defined in the [Sleep mode timer] setting in the Settings Editor, the printer goes into sleep mode automatically... Compared to the low power mode, the printer uses less energy... Possible values: 31 - 240 minutes... Factory default: 40 minutes... The printer wakes up when: You press the Sleep button on the control panel, or A wake-up timer expires, provided that the wake-up

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1... Press the Sleep button at the right-hand side of the control panel...

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1... Touch [System] -> [Setup] -> [Shut down printer]... The control panel displays the message [Are you sure you want to shut down the printer?]...

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1... Touch [System] -> [Setup] -> [Shut down printer]... The control panel displays the message [Are you sure you want to shut down the printer?]...

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It depends on the Settings Editor option [Configuration][Security][Passwords][Permission to view Settings Editor] if users are allowed to view the Settings Editor without user authentication... When you can view the Settings Editor without logging in, the name Visitor is shown...

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1... When the [Domain] drop-down list is displayed, select the hostname or IP address of the printer... Domains are defined by the system administrator...

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Your organization can use PKI or NFC smart cards to identify users of the printer... A single smart card can be used for the authentication of one or multiple user accounts... The user account credentials are configured on an LDAP directory server... 1... Insert your PKI smart card into the reader attached to the printer...

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Log out or switch roles This topic contains the following instructions... 1... End the session 2... Log out on the control panel and the Settings Editor 3... Log out on control panel when you use a PKI smart card 4... Log out on control panel when you use an NFC smart card 5... Log out in PRISMAsync Remote Manager 6... Switch roles to change settings

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When you are logged in to the Settings Editor or to the control panel and you want to perform a task for which you do not have sufficient rights, you can log in again with the appropriate credentials... Therefore, you need to have another user account that is authorized for this task...

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You are strongly recommended to follow the security guidelines of your organization... The definition of your password is part of these security guidelines... You are warned when your password no longer meets the guidelines...

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4... Enter your new password and confirm the new password... 5... Touch or click [OK]...

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IMPORTANT Ensure that your email address is part of your user account properties... Otherwise, the password must be changed in the PRISMAsync Print Server user account options... In case you do not have the rights to change the PRISMAsync Print Server user account options, you need to provide your password to the system administrator...

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Recover password from Settings Editor or PRISMAsync Remote Manager

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When you truncate a job name at the beginning, you can indicate how many characters are removed before the truncation... When you truncate a job name at the end, you can indicate how many characters are removed after the truncation...

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1... Touch [System] -> [Setup] -> [Job name truncation]... 2... Indicate if you want to use the long job name... 3... Indicate how you want to shorten the job name... 4... Touch [OK]...

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1... Touch [System] -> [Setup] -> [Control panel settings]... 2... Choose the automatic adjustment method or touch the + and - buttons to adjust the

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Define the handling of media attributes in JDF ticket When you select a media in the media catalog, all media attributes need to be specified... However, it can occur that not all media attributes in a JDF job ticket are specified... When you allow that not all media attributes in the JDF ticket are specified, media matching is used to find values for these attributes... The media catalog is queried with only the media attributes specified in the ticket... The missing attributes, except the size, are filled in from the first matching media... If no media size is specified, the size is taken from the PDL data... If no match was found in the media catalog, a temporary media is used with the missing attributes provided by the PDL data and/or defaults... 1... Open the Settings Editor and go to: [Media][Configuration]...

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The machine is used in different printing environments... Each environment requires specific settings to optimize the workflow or to match personal workflow preferences... The machine contains a number of default workflow profiles to help you optimize your workflow... The default workflow profiles are combinations of frequently used settings for print jobs ([Receive], [Print] and [Output])... However, the workflow profiles cannot cover all the possible workflows you may need... Therefore, you can also define the settings individually (custom workflow)...

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All jobs are received in the list of scheduled jobs and only the first set of the job is printed... After ap- proval of the first set, you give the print command to print the other sets in one run...

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To keep the system running, you should make sure consumables remain available and you remove printed output and waste on time...

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[Check first set] [On] The machine goes on hold after the first set of a job is printed... You can check the quality and layout of the first set before the machine prints the remaining sets...

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[Tray linking] You can enable or disable the linking of output trays, when there are two or more high capacity stackers... Tray linking means that the prints delivery automatically switches to the other high ca- pacity stacker...

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1... Open the Settings Editor and go to: [Preferences][Print job defaults][Stacker] 2... Check that the setting [Automatic ejection of stack tray] is enabled... 3... Use the [Stack eject after idle time] option to define the [Ejection timer of stack tray]... 4... Click [OK]...

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A printer error can occur while printing a set... When the error causes a restart of the printer, the set is printed only partially... Enable the setting [Reprint the complete set] to reprint the complete set...

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Learn about automated workflows Automated workflows are managed in the Settings Editor... An automated workflow bundles a series of pre-set attributes to define job and workflow properties... You can apply an automated workflow when you submit one or more PDF jobs... One of the automated workflow attributes defines if the job ticket is ignored or not...

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The printer has one factory defined automated workflow: (default)... The name of this automatic workflow is an empty string and cannot be changed... It is not possible to delete this automated workflow...

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NOTE If needed, you can delete one or more automated workflows or restore the factory defined, default automated workflow... You cannot delete the factory default automated workflow...

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[Queue name] You can enter a distinguishing name for the automated workflow (maximum 25 characters)... This name is also used as a label on the control panel... This helps the operator to identify certain jobs on the control panel... In this way, the operator can identify from which LPR queue or workflow the job has arrived... Different LPR queues can have the same label if the operator chooses to do so... In that case, the operator cannot distinguish from which specific queue a job has arrived... The LPR queue name is not displayed on the con- trol panel...

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[Tumble] You can indicate the orientation of page images on opposite sides of a sheet... When [Tumble] is set to [Yes], the two pages are oriented in such a way that the binding is at the top or bottom... The image is rota- ted 180 degrees on alternate pages... Both sides of the page are printed... However, the position of the image is reversed (from top to bottom) on every other page... When [Tumble] is set to [No], the binding is at the left or right... The images are not rotated on alternate pages...

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[Job destination] You can indicate the list to which the job must be sent... For the VarioPrint 6000 line, you can select [Waiting jobs], [Scheduled jobs] or [DocBox jobs] (optional)...

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[PDF XObject optimization] [Select whether XObjects are cached per document or re-interpre- ted per page... 'Automatic': only the XObjects of PDF-VT documents are cached... 'Yes': the XObjects of all PDF documents are cached... 'No': all XObjects are re-interpreted per page... ]

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Restore the default automated workflow An automated workflow bundles a series of pre-defined job properties...

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It is also possible to apply an automated workflow to jobs that are visible on the control panel... You can apply an automated workflow to jobs on the control panel in the following situations: You want to change multiple job properties of a job that is stored on a USB drive... You define

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NOTE You can filter jobs based on job label... The [Job label] field is the name of the automated workflow that has been applied...

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Submit jobs via LPR PDF files can be submitted to the printer with an LPR command... When you print via LPR the queue name is the name of an automated workflow... Jobs submitted via LPR take over the attributes of the automated workflow...

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However, if you want to use the settings of the automated workflow where the hotfolder is linked to, it is advised not to place a hotfolder default ticket in the hotfolder, to prevent mixing up settings... Furthermore, you must make sure that the [Overrule the job ticket] setting in that automated workflow is enabled (tick the checkbox)...

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Configure hotfolders A hotfolder is a shared folder on PRISMAsync Print Server... A hotfolder is linked to an automated workflow to determine the job settings for a hotfolder...

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Use the format: http://<IPaddress>/<hotfolder name> or http:// <hostname>/<hotfolder name> This path is displayed in the hotfolder settings in the Settings Editor...

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Submit jobs via hotfolders Hotfolders enable you to submit print jobs by simply drag & drop printable files onto a shortcut on your desktop... The job properties are taken over from the automated workflow that is part of the hotfolder definition or from the JDF ticket that you put in the hotfolder...

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After printing, the printable files are removed from the hotfolder...

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Mandatory: To use the accounting function, a license file must be uploaded to the PRISMAsync controller first... Then the account log file is created too... For each job, the account log file stores job information such as type of job and account ID, if applicable... To calculate the costs, you can download the account log files via the Settings Editor...

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[Separator in account log file] This setting allows you to select the character used in the account log files to separate the information... You can select [Use ';' (semi-colon)] or [Use ',' (comma)]...

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<extension> The file extension, either ... CSV (Comma Separated Values) for inactive log files, or ... ACL (ACtive Log) for the active log file... For the current file, the file has the extension ... ACL... At the end of the in- dicated period, the ... ACL file is converted into a ... CSV file... With the set- ting [New account log file] in the Settings Editor you indicate when a new account log file is created: per day, per week, per month... The PRISMAsync controller can store a maximum of 99 ... CSV files + 1 ... ACL file... When the limit is reached, the oldest ... CSV file is removed... You can retrieve the account log files from the Settings Editor ([Config- uration] -> [Accounting] -> [Download account log file]) and import the files into Microsoft Excel, for example...

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A unique identification for a job or document, which is supplied by the submitter of the job... The document ID is extracted from the print data, for ex- ample the attribute 'documentid' in an OJT... This field keeps the same value when the job is submit- ted multiple times... The field is empty when the at- tribute is not available...

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The name of a department or user as defined in the [Cost center] field of the [Account] tab of the printer driver or in the attribute 'GroupName' in an OJT... This field is empty when the attribute is not availa- ble

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The account ID as defined in the [Account ID] field of the [Account] tab of the printer driver, or on the control panel, or in the attribute 'accountid' in an OJT, for example... This field is empty when the attribute is not availa- ble

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Yes or no ('y' or 'n') A media attribute that indicates whether the bit- maps are printed on this media (y) or not (n)... An insert sheet can be 1-sided or 2-sided... The bit- maps corresponding to insert sheets typically are still part of the print job... Selection of insert media enforces that these bitmaps are not printed (again) on the insert media...

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<inkcolorblack> Value in milliliters (mL) Not applicable for the VarioPrint 6000 line

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NOTE * All fields that contain (1-16) will be included 16 times in an account log file... Each number refers to the type of media (1 up to 16) that is used... The media characteristics of the first media type in a job are logged in the fields ending on '1'... The characteristics of the next, different media type are logged in the fields ending with '2' and so on... For example, <mediatype2> and <mediaweight2> both correspond to the second type of media used in a job... If you use less than 16 media types, the remaining fields are empty... If you use more than 16 media types, they are logged as if they were media type 16... The maximum number of media types per job is 16...

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1... In the Settings Editor, click [Configuration] -> [Accounting]... 2... Click [Download account log file]... 3... Select one of the available account log files, then click [OK]... 4... Browse to the location where you want to save the file, then click [Save]...

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Hotfolder Hotfolders are primarily aimed at recurring print workflows... In these workflows, identical PDFs or other printable files with identi- cal settings are printed on a regular basis... The advantage of a hot- folder is that you do not have to open a file and check the settings before printing... Operators can see hotfolders as a folder on their workstation where they can simply drag & drop files... A hotfolder option is the default ticket ('default_ticket... jdf') in a hot- folder, which defines the settings for the print jobs... The files will be printed according to settings of the hotfolder default ticket in that hotfolder...

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Control panel After a print job has arrived on the PRISMAsync controller, the print job becomes visible on the control panel... There you can change a number of job settings or combine print jobs, for exam- ple... It is best to change the print job settings in the list of [Waiting jobs] or in the optional [DocBox]...

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The printer driver is the remote point to prepare a print job from a desktop application, such as Microsoft Office and Adobe Acrobat... The job properties in the printer driver match the job properties on the control panel and PRISMAsync Remote Manager... A job submitted with the printer driver can easily be changed when the job is visible in the print queue on the control panel of in PRISMAsync Remote Manager...

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PRISMAprepare (optional) is a software application that enables you to prepare your print jobs on page level... You can preview the result per page...

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Drag & drop print files on hotfolders Use hotfolders to submit multiple print files to the print system... The automated workflow that is linked to the hotfolder determines the print properties... In this way, all print files are printed with the same settings... A hotfolder can be accessed from multiple workstations...

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You can print documents (*... pdf, *... ps, *... prn files) on a USB drive...

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1... Insert the USB drive into the USB port at the left-hand side of the control panel... 2... On the control panel, touch [Jobs] -> [USB]... 3... Touch to browse through the directories on the USB drive... 4... Touch the file or files you want to print, or touch [Select] to select multiple files... 5... Touch [Print] to send the file to the list of [Scheduled jobs] immediately, or 6... Touch [Save] to save a copy of the file to another location on your printer such as the list of

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1... Touch [Jobs]... 2... Go to the location of the job... 3... Select the job to which you want to add page numbers... 4... Touch [Edit], or double-tap the job... 5... Touch the [Page numbering] tile to enter the required information for the page numbers...

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PRISMAsync Remote Manager (optional) With PRISMAsync Remote Manager you can monitor printers, operate printers remotely and send jobs and ready-to-print documents to the printer queues of all configured printers... You must enable and configure PRISMAsync Remote Manager in the Settings Editor...

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With PRISMAsync Remote Control on your smartphone, you see the status of your PRISMAsync driven printers at a glance... You receive alerts when operator actions, such as loading media or adding consumables, are foreseen... Or, in case a problem at the printer asks for an immediate action... PRISMAsync Remote Control helps you to keep your printers printing, even while you're doing other things...

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When jobs arrive in the list of waiting jobs, you determine the print order of the jobs... You are also able to change print job settings or perform page programming... With one of the selection functions you select the jobs and give the print command... The jobs are added to the list of scheduled jobs...

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The DocBox is a job destination to collect jobs before printing... DocBox folders make it easy to group jobs for example per job owner or per department... You can also create DocBox folders for jobs that must be printed according to specific requirements... The DocBox folder [Public] can be accessed by all operators...

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When a job is ready, it is visible in the list of printed jobs... You must copy the printed job to the list of waiting jobs or a DocBox folder, before you can reprint the job... Printed jobs remain available after the print system is shut down... Proof prints or stopped jobs are not visible in the list of printed jobs...

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In the following situations, you are not able to reprint jobs: The list of printed jobs is disabled in the Settings Editor... The print system is in the transaction printing mode... PRISMAsync already removed the print jobs from the list...

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Search, filter and select jobs PRISMAsync Print Server offers a search, filter and select function to quickly find and easily select jobs at all available job locations...

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Select jobs that are submitted with a certain automated workflow... The job label refers to the name of the automated workflow... A label is a name or tag that helps you to identify certain jobs on the control panel... When a job is sent to the printer, the person who submits the job can add a label to that job... The label can be any name that helps to identify certain jobs... The label can be de- fined in the printer driver, in a job ticket or via an automated work- flow... When the label in the printer driver is identical to a defined automated workflow, then the print job will be printed with the settings of this automated workflow... For example, the label Cus- tomer XYZ can be added to jobs... Then you can select and print all the jobs for 'Customer XYZ' at once...

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5... Use the select function or tab jobs to select and deselect jobs... Touch and hold a job to bring a multiple job selection back to one job...

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Move jobs to another destination The destination of a print job is determined when a job is submitted... However, you can decide to move the job to another destination because you want to print a job later or want to store a job... You can also decide to store or reprint a printed job...

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NOTE When you want to move the active job to the list of waiting jobs, you must first press the [Stop] button twice to stop the job...

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NOTE When one or more settings or finishing options for the job are not available on the selected remote printer, a warning icon is displayed in the job on the remote printer... The job on the remote printer indicates that there are contradictions you must resolve...

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1... Touch [Jobs][Printed jobs]... 2... Go to the location of the job... 3... Select the jobs you want to send to another printer, or use an option from the [Select] menu

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The selected workflow determines the destination of jobs... When jobs go to the list of [Waiting jobs], you must manually send the jobs to the print queue (list of [Scheduled jobs])... This enables you to keep full control of all jobs that must be printed...

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NOTE To give priority to a job in the list of [Waiting jobs], you must first touch [Print] to send the job to the list of [Scheduled jobs]... There you can select the job and touch [Print now]... To give priority to a job in the list of [Printed jobs], you must first reprint the job... The job is sent to the list of [Waiting jobs]... From there, you must send the job to the list of [Scheduled jobs]... There you can select the job and touch [Print now]...

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When you want to print a job as soon as possible, but not necessarily immediately, you must use the [Move to top] function... The [Move to top] function moves the selected job to the second position in the list of [Scheduled jobs], below the active print job ... The job will be printed when the active print job is ready...

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1... Touch [Jobs] -> [Queues]... 2... If collapsed, first touch to expand the list of [Scheduled jobs]... 3... Touch the job or jobs you want to print later or use the [Select] button to make a selection...

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The bundle function allows you to combine two or more jobs into one new job... For example, this can be convenient when the participants of a meeting need several documents in a specific order... Often, the required documents are sent from several workplaces to the printer in advance... Normally, this means that you must print the documents first and sort or staple them later... By using the bundle function you can determine the order of the documents before printing and print all documents in the correct order in only one print job...

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A window appears that allows you to make some changes... 4... If necessary, use the [Up] and [Down] buttons to change the job order... 5... If necessary, change the generic job settings, such as [Number of bundles]... 6... Touch [OK]...

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Define default use of special pages This topic describes the following instructions... 1... Define banner pages 2... Define trailer pages 3... Define the default media of banner and trailer pages 4... Define the default media of separator sheets

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2... Use the [Trailer pages for copy jobs] and [Trailer pages for print jobs] options to indicate the use of trailer pages... [Enabled]: trailer pages are added to all jobs... [Disabled]: trailer pages are never added to the jobs...

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Define the default media of banner and trailer pages when you have selected [Use default media] in the [Media of banner / trailer pages] option... 1... Open the Settings Editor and go to: [Preferences][Print job defaults]...

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3... Click [OK]... 4... Use the [Separator sheets] option to select the sheet orientation of the separation sheets...

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Create a note for the operator You can create a note for the operator on several locations... A job that has a note for the operator has the following symbol...

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DocBox is short for Document Box... The DocBox function, which is available through the control panel, creates a buffer between the preparation of a job and the printing of the job... The DocBox supports the operator by offering comprehensive means to store, group, edit and reprint documents...

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layout of a document... To combine analogue documents with digital documents... To store jobs that must be reprinted regularly, for examples reports or books...

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1... Open your web browser and enter the host name or IP address of the PRISMAsync controller... 2... Log on to the Settings Editor as System Administrator... 3... Select [Workflow] -> [DocBox]... 4... Click [Add]... 5... Enter a new DocBox name... Identical DocBoxes are not allowed... 6... If you want to secure the new DocBox with a PIN, set [PIN enabled] to [Yes] and enter a PIN to

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1... View the result of the job and imposition settings in the sheet view ... 2... Touch the icon and browse the document... 3... View how the document will look after printing in the document view ... 4... Use the zoom function to view specific details...

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Overview of the Available Settings for DocBox Jobs

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The binding edge is at the right-hand side... The right-hand side of a page is bound to the left-hand side of the previous side...

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The binding edge is at the right-hand side... The right-hand side of a page is bound to the left-hand side of the previous side...

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Here you can select the media for the job... The list displays all the media that are available in the media catalog including the temporary me- dia... The media catalog is a list of media that you can define in the Settings Editor...

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The printer prints the same image 2, 4, 6, 9 or 16 times on 1 side of a sheet... By default, the system keeps the size of the originals... If neces- sary, use the Zoom function to reduce or en- large the size of the images... [2, rotate]: The printer prints the same image two times on 1 side of a sheet... The images are rotated compared to each other... By default, the system keeps the size of the originals... If necessary, use the Zoom function to reduce or enlarge the size of the images...

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An image on a sheet may be smaller than the media size of the output, for example because you scaled the image to 70% of its original size... The [Align] setting allows you to indicate the position of the image on the sheet... [Top left] moves the image to the upper left corner of the sheet...

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[Shift] [Margin shift] Use this setting to increase or decrease the margin... By default, the values of the front side and the back side are interlocked... This means that the values for the front side and the back side remain identical... Widening the margin can be useful if you want to staple or punch the output, for example... Narrowing the margin can be useful if you do not need additional space for stapling or punching the output, for example... By default, the front side and the back side are linked ... Then the image on both sides will be shifted the same amount... Touch to terminate the link and shift each side individually...

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[Print delivery] [Output tray] Select the output location for the job... Depend- ing on the settings for your job, the machine automatically suggests the preferred output lo- cation for your job... However, you can manual- ly overrule this suggestion...

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[Header down SEF] Deliver the prints with the header at the bot- tom side and in landscape position (horizon- tal)... 4

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[Contrast] (default 0) When the difference between light and dark areas of a print is not big enough, you can change the contrast to correct this problem... Example: When a blue text is displayed ras- tered, you can increase the contrast to make the text more black and sharper...

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[Number of sets] [Check first set] When the [Check first set] setting is enabled, the printer stops after the first set of a job has been printed... You can check the quality of the output...

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[Use a trailer page]: indicate if the job must include a trailer page... The trailer page contains: the username, the recipient name, accounting ID, the job name, the printer name, the operator in- struction, the number of pages in a set, the number of sets, the number of staples, the number of folded sheets, the number of punched sheets, the number of creased sheets, the number of inserts, job received time, job start time, job completion time, the number of sheets per job media...

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[Location] [Top left, alternating] [Top center] [Top right, alternating] [Bottom left, alternat- ing] [Bottom center] [Bottom right, alter- nating]

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1... On the control panel, touch [Jobs] -> [DocBox]... 2... Touch the DocBox that contains the job you want to edit... 3... Touch the job you want to edit... 4... Touch [Edit], or double-tap the job to open the [Edit] window... 5... Change the required settings... 6... Touch [OK]...

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A [Create build] window appears that allows you to make some changes... 4... If necessary, use the [Up] and [Down] buttons to change the job order... 5... If necessary, change the generic job settings, such as [Number of sets]... 6... Touch [OK]...

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1... On the control panel, touch [Jobs] -> [DocBox]... 2... Touch the DocBox that contains the job you want to split... 3... Touch the job you want to split... 4... Touch the [Split] button, or select [Split] from the drop-down menu...

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1... On the control panel, touch [Jobs] -> [DocBox]... 2... Touch the DocBox that contains the job you want to lock... 3... Touch one or more jobs that you want to lock, or use an option from the [Select] menu to select

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1... On the control panel, touch [Jobs] -> [DocBox]... 2... Touch the DocBox that contains the job you want to unlock... 3... Touch the job that you want to unlock... 4... From the drop-down menu, select [Unlock]...

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1... On the control panel, touch [Jobs] -> [DocBox]... 2... Touch the DocBox button that contains the job you want to move... 3... Select the jobs you want to move... 4... Touch [Move to DocBox]... 5... Select the destination... 6... Touch [OK]...

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1... On the control panel, touch [Jobs] -> [DocBox]... 2... Touch the DocBox that contains the job you want to print... 3... Touch the desired job... 4... Touch [Print] to print the non-urgent job...

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1... On the control panel, touch [Jobs] -> [DocBox]... 2... Touch the DocBox that contains the job you want to print... 3... Touch the desired job... 4... Touch [Print now] to print the urgent job immediately...

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Usually, the settings for a print job is defined in PDLs, applications, printer drivers, automated workflows, or hotfolder default tickets... However, when a job has arrived on the PRISMAsync controller, you can change a number of job settings for all jobs that are currently not being printed... This section gives an overview of the print job settings that you can change on the control panel...

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1... View the result of the job and imposition settings in the sheet view ... 2... Touch the icon and browse the document... 3... View how the document will look after printing in the document view ... 4... Use the zoom function to view specific details...

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[Output] The [Output] pane shows the output settings you can define for the whole job

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The binding edge is at the right-hand side... The right-hand side of a page is bound to the left-hand side of the previous side...

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The binding edge is at the right-hand side... The right-hand side of a page is bound to the left-hand side of the previous side...

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Here you can select the media for the job... The list displays all the media that are available in the media catalog including the temporary me- dia... The media catalog is a list of media that you can define in the Settings Editor...

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The printer prints the same image 2, 4, 6, 9 or 16 times on 1 side of a sheet... By default, the system keeps the size of the originals... If neces- sary, use the Zoom function to reduce or en- large the size of the images... [2, rotate]: The printer prints the same image two times on 1 side of a sheet... The images are rotated compared to each other... By default, the system keeps the size of the originals... If necessary, use the Zoom function to reduce or enlarge the size of the images...

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An image on a sheet may be smaller than the media size of the output, for example because you scaled the image to 70% of its original size... The [Align] setting allows you to indicate the position of the image on the sheet... [Top left] moves the image to the upper left corner of the sheet...

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[Shift] [Margin shift] Use this setting to increase or decrease the margin... By default, the values of the front side and the back side are interlocked... This means that the values for the front side and the back side remain identical... Widening the margin can be useful if you want to staple or punch the output, for example... Narrowing the margin can be useful if you do not need additional space for stapling or punching the output, for example... By default, the front side and the back side are linked ... Then the image on both sides will be shifted the same amount... Touch to terminate the link and shift each side individually...

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[Print delivery] [Output tray] Select the output location for the job... Depend- ing on the settings for your job, the machine automatically suggests the preferred output lo- cation for your job... However, you can manual- ly overrule this suggestion...

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[Header down SEF] Deliver the prints with the header at the bot- tom side and in landscape position (horizon- tal)... 4

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[Contrast] (default 0) When the difference between light and dark areas of a print is not big enough, you can change the contrast to correct this problem... Example: When a blue text is displayed ras- tered, you can increase the contrast to make the text more black and sharper...

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[Number of sets] [Check first set] When the [Check first set] setting is enabled, the printer stops after the first set of a job has been printed... You can check the quality of the output...

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[Use a trailer page]: indicate if the job must include a trailer page... The trailer page contains: the username, the recipient name, accounting ID, the job name, the printer name, the operator in- struction, the number of pages in a set, the number of sets, the number of staples, the number of folded sheets, the number of punched sheets, the number of creased sheets, the number of inserts, job received time, job start time, job completion time, the number of sheets per job media...

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[Location] [Top left, alternating] [Top center] [Top right, alternating] [Bottom left, alternat- ing] [Bottom center] [Bottom right, alter- nating]

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2... Touch the job you want to change... 3... Touch [Edit], or double-tap the job to open the [Edit] window... 4... Touch the [1- or 2-sided] button... 5... Touch the desired value... 6... Touch [OK]...

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The binding edge determines whether the binding position is along the long edge or the short edge of the media... The binding edge is usually set via the printer driver, for example... However, you can view and change the binding edge via the control panel... The binding edge has a relation with the direction of the margin shift, orientation and staple position...

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If you want to print a job on other media than originally defined for that job, you can select a different media via the operator panel... Requirements regarding the new media: The media must be available in the media catalog... The media must have the same size as the original media...

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You can change the following settings for both the front cover and the back cover separately... Enable or disable the use of a cover... Select the desired media from the media catalog... Indicate whether the cover must be left empty, printed one-sided, or printed two-sided...

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If you want to create space for staples or punch holes, for example, you can use the [Align] function... The preview in the right-hand pane of the control panel displays the consequences of your changes...

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If you want to create space for staples or punch holes, for example, you can use the [Align] function... However, when the [Align] function is not precise enough, you can use the [Margin shift] and [Image shift] functions... These functions allow you to shift the image more precisely... The preview in the right-hand pane of the control panel displays the consequences of your changes... If you shift the margin too much, you may loose part of the image...

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[Advanced settings] Finishing equipment often requires that the printed sheets are de- livered in a certain order... For finishers that are integrated in your printing system, the required settings are adapted automatically... However, sometimes it can be necessary to change a number of settings manually, for example when you want to finish the prints using offline finishers... If required, you can change the [Sheet or- der], [Sheet orientation], [Print order] and [Rotation]...

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[Sheet order] [Face up] Deliver the prints face up, first sheet on top... [Face up reverse] Deliver the prints face up, last sheet on top... [Face down] Deliver the prints face down, first sheet on top... [Face down reverse] Deliver the prints face down, last sheet on top...

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2... Touch the job you want to change... 3... Touch [Edit], or double-tap the job to open the [Edit] window... 4... Touch the [Print delivery] button... 5... Make the required changes... 6... Touch [OK]...

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2... Touch the job you want to change... 3... Touch [Edit], or double-tap the job to open the [Edit] window... 4... Touch the [Print delivery] button... 5... Touch the [Offset stacking] button to toggle between [On] and [Off]... 6... Press [OK]...

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The minimum line width function is required to keep thin lines visible... The lines in PS/PDF jobs always keep a minimum width of 1/600 inch... However, when you print special data such as CAD drawings, smaller lines may be required... Therefore, you can turn the mini- mum line width function off... Then even thinner lines will be prin- ted... 4

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The default raster is [LINE_200LPI]... This is best suited for over most of the prints... In special cases, for example moir patterns from scanned images, you can try to improve the print result with the [DOT_200LPI] raster or even the [DOT_125LPI] raster... However, then you may loose some fine details... The raster screen for PS/PDF jobs is [LINE_200LPI]... All raster screens are compatible with resolutions of 600x2400 dpi and 1200x1200 dpi...

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2... Touch the job you want to change... 3... Touch [Edit], or double-tap the job to open the [Edit] window... 4... Touch the [Binding], [Folding], [Punching] or [Trimming] button... 5... Make the required settings, for example the number of staples or the number of punch holes... 6... Touch [OK]...

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2... Touch the job you want to change... 3... Touch [Edit], or double-tap the job to open the [Edit] window... 4... Touch the [Number of sets] button... 5... Enter the desired number of sets (between 1 and 65,000)...

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When you have a large print job and you want to check whether the job is printed correctly, it is advised to check the first set before printing all other sets... When a job is sent to the printer, the submitter can indicate in the job submission application that the first set must be checked... However, the workflow profile that is selected on the control panel determines how the printer handles these requests...

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2... Touch the job you want to change... 3... Touch [Edit], or double-tap the job to open the [Edit] window... 4... Touch the [Print range] button... 5... Select [Page range]... 6... Touch the [From] button...

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When you print a job, the job name is created in the application... The job name is displayed in the [Job name] field... To rename the job: 1... Touch [Jobs]... 2... Go to the location of the job... 3... Select the job you want to rename... 4... Touch [Edit], or double-tap the job... 5... In the job window, touch [Job name]...

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Separator sheets are empty sheets that are automatically inserted before each new set or job to separate two sets or jobs... In the Settings Editor you can define the media that must be used as separator sheets... You can also specify after how many sets you want to include a separator sheet in the stack... The use of separator sheets can be enabled via the automated workflows in the Settings Editor... However, you can change this setting through the control panel...

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full, jobs must be deleted manually or automatically on a regular basis... In the Settings Editor, you can indicate the cleaning period, then the clean-up is carried out at midnight or at the next start-up (in general the next morning)...

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[Select] button - [Job label] A label is a name or tag that helps you to identify certain jobs on the control panel... When a job is sent to the printer, the person who submits the job can add a label to that job... The label can be any name that helps to identify certain jobs... The label can be de- fined in the printer driver, in a job ticket or via an automated work- flow... When the label in the printer driver is identical to a defined automated workflow, then the print job will be printed with the settings of this automated workflow... For example, the label Cus- tomer XYZ can be added to jobs... Then you can select and print all the jobs for 'Customer XYZ' at once...

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The [Print job ticket] button is available at the following locations... List of [Printed jobs] (if this function is enabled in the Settings Editor)... List of [Scheduled jobs]... List of [Waiting jobs]...

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When you select the [Proof] command, a copy of the job goes to the last position in the list of scheduled jobs... The original job remains in the list of waiting jobs or in the DocBox... You must first move a printed job to the list of waiting jobs before you make a proof...

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NOTE It depends on the set size and the moment you press the Stop button when the printer will stop... For example, when you have a large set of 1,000 pages and you press the Stop button

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NOTE The [Stop after job] button is not available when the [Confirm start of job: On] setting in the active [Workflow profile] is set to [On]... Then the printer stops automatically after each job...

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1... Touch [Jobs] 2... Go to the location of the job... 3... Select the job you want to duplicate... 4... If required, touch [Edit] to change the job name and other properties...

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NOTE For the list of [Printed jobs], the system administrator can indicate in the Settings Editor that the list must be cleaned automatically at specified times... The factory default is one day... Furthermore, in the Settings Editor you can manually clean up the jobs in the lists of [Printed jobs], [Scheduled jobs], [Waiting jobs] and the [DocBox]...

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When the VDP job arrives in the print queue, you can use the following functions: Print a proof of the first record... Interrupt the print process after a certain record, and resume the print process of the job later... Print a range of records... Change the settings of the job... Be aware that when you change settings of a PDF/VT job, these

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1... Touch [Jobs]... 2... Go to the location of the job... 3... Select the job you want to convert... 4... Touch [Edit], or double tap the job... 5... Touch [Job type]... 6... Touch [Normal] -> [Variable data]... 7... Specify the number of records and the pages per record... 8... Touch [OK] to store the new job type... 9... Touch [OK] to start the conversion...

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Transaction printing enables you to print typical transactional documents like invoices, salary slips or other variable data streams... Before you can start transaction jobs, you must first activate the transaction mode via the control panel... The [Transaction] section contains the settings that you need to use transaction printing... There you can also shift the image in case of a misalignment...

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3 [Active PDL] Display the active printer description language (read-on- ly)... You can change the active PDL in the Settings Editor ([Transaction printing] -> [Settings] -> [Requested PDL])... When the requested active PDL is changed, the new PDL becomes effective when you put the printer online...

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3 Change the active PDL when currently the wrong PDL is ac- tive... This is only pos- sible when you have licenses for more than one PDL...

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2... If required, touch [Active transaction setup] and select the desired setup... The attributes of the transaction setup are defined in the Settings Editor on the PRISMAsync controller...

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1... On the control panel, touch [System] -> [Transaction] -> [Transaction printing online] to put the printer offline... The text on the button changes from [On] to [Off]... Note that you can only switch the [Transaction printing online] function to offline when The transaction print jobs are ready... The printer contains no more print data... The printer has stopped because all the jobs are ready, not because an error has occurred...

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When a misalignment occurs you can shift the image to correct the problem... You can shift the image on the front side and back side horizontally and vertically... Examples of possible misalignments: A name or address is not placed correctly in the right area... Lines on the front side and back side of a sheet are not aligned correctly...

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1... Touch [Jobs][Queues][Scheduled jobs] to empty the list of scheduled jobs, if required... 2... Touch [System][Transaction][Transaction printing mode][On]... 3... Touch [Active transaction setup] to select a transaction setup... 4... Load the media into the paper trays, if the tray-to-tray media assignment is active... 5... Touch the + or - buttons to shift the image, if required... 6... Touch [System][Transaction][Transaction printing online][On]... 7... Establish the connection from the host or mainframe to the print system and submit the jobs... 8... Monitor the jobs on the control panel, to make sure that all jobs are printed... Use the system

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1... Press the [Stop] button once... 2... Wait until the printer is put on hold... 3... Touch [Active transaction setup] to select a transaction setup... 4... Touch the [Resume] button to resume the print process...

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A pop-up window appears... 3... Enter a name and description for the transaction setup, then click [OK]... 4... Check the box next to the setup, then click [Open] to allow changes to the settings of the setup... 5... Depending on the type of setup you created, click [IPDS transaction setup] or [PCL transaction

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1... Select [Transaction printing] -> [Transaction setups]... 2... Tick the checkbox of the setup you want to edit... 3... If required, click the [Edit] button to change the name or description of the setup, then click [OK]... 4... Click [Open] to allow changes to the setup... 5... Depending on the type of setup you want to change, click [IPDS transaction setup] or [PCL

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After you create a new transaction setup or edited an existing transaction setup, you must activate the transaction setup in the Settings Editor... Otherwise, the changes are not applied...

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Select [Merge] to add the imported transaction setups to the current transaction setups... 4... Click [OK]... 5... Validate the imported transaction setups... (Validate a transaction setup on page 222)

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When you use the [Validate] option, the printer checks for each tray if the media definition is valid... It depends on the tray selection mode ([Tray to media] or [Tray to tray]) if the media in the logical trays (tray to media table in setup) or the media in the physical tray (tray to tray) are checked...

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Validate all transaction setups You can validate all available transaction setups... The report displays for every transaction setup the tray selection mechanism ([Tray to media] or [Tray to tray]) and the number of valid and invalid trays... For transaction setups with problems, use the [Validate] option to get more information...

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The media catalog: Contains a list of predefined media and their attributes... Is an essential part of the system behavior of the VarioPrint 6000 line... Helps you to print your jobs more easily while using the correct media...

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When the output recovery is suppressed, the printer will not automatically make sure that the output is corrected after a recovery... All pending pages in the printer will be deleted and the stack will be ejected... The host system and the operator are responsible for the recovery... The operator must restart the job manually on the correct page...

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Pages that are copied to the memory of the controller are deleted from the system... The operator must send these missing pages as a new transaction print job to the printer...

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The control panel dis- plays instructions on how to solve the pa- per jam... The operator has to remove these the jammed sheets manually...

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For transaction printing, the content of the paper trays (in terms of media from the media catalog) is translated into a format that the controller understands... However, the controller receives only a limited amount of information (name or size of the media)... This can lead to miscommunication where the controller misses a media requirement... Then the controller will ask for the required media via a message on the control panel... This [Media message] indicates the name or size of the missing media...

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3... Select one of the 16 memory locations of the logical-tray table to be used for the required media... Note that the media that was previously allocated to that memory position in the setup will be overwritten... Then that media will no longer be available to the transaction stream... Now you can assign other media or continue the print job...

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2... From the list of media, select the media that will be used as the media the controller is asking for and touch [OK]... The media will now be displayed with the name that is defined in the media catalog... If you do not select media from the media catalog with the requested size or name, the printer will select a media with the default size...

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The machine has a function that enables you to make a check print while a job is printed... This function is called the intermediate check print... When you use this function, the machine prints a copy of the sheet that is printed at the moment you press the [Intermediate check print] button... You can use this sheet to check whether the quality and consistency of the prints still meet your requirements...

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NOTE The descriptions of the colors of the bars and the indication of the required amount of sheets are only valid for document printing... For streaming jobs , all the bars remain grey until the paper trays are empty or the output locations are full... Then the machine stops and the bars become red... Furthermore, the media toolbar does not indicate the required amount of sheets...

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The [Required media] pane displays the media that are required for each scheduled job... For each required media, the media properties are displayed (see list of references below)... The bars show the availability of the media... The bars can be the following colors...

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The list of [Required media] shows the required media for the sched- uled jobs... When a paper tray is highlighted in blue, the highlighted pa- per tray contains the media that is also highlighted in blue in the list of [Required media]...

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The [Trays] view appears... 3... On the screen, touch the paper tray where you want to load the media... 4... Touch [OK] to open the paper tray... 5... Load the media into the paper tray...

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NOTE You can always change the assigned media type later by touching the [Assign] button...

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The dashboard is the upper blue part of the control panel... The dashboard is always visible, irrespective of the current view... The dashboard shows the following... The status of the system The current process Instructions for the operator The status of the supplies The status of the external finisher, if applicable Whether maintenance is required... The [Resume] button after you stopped the printer...

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X represents the current status of the print job... Y represents the total number of sets or sheets of a print job... When the sorting method for a job is set to [By set], and a set contains at least 40 pages, then the dashboard displays the set count (Set X of Y) and the sheet count (Sheet X of Y) for the set... When a set contains less than 40 pages, then the dashboard only displays the set count (Set X of Y)... If the sorting method for a job is set to [By page], or when you print stream jobs, the dashboard only displays a sheet count...

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The operator attention light informs you about the status of the machine... To improve the productivity, the operator attention light can warn you some time before the machine stops... You can set the warning time on the control panel...

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Status indicators This topic provides an overview of the status indicators for: Jobs Paper trays Media Software updates PRISMAsync Remote Match

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The paper tray contains media, for example A4R / LTRR, that the print sys- tem feeds in short-edge direction...

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When the configuration of downloading and installation of software updates is enabled in the Settings Editor, the dashboard of the control panel displays the status of the software updates...

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One or more software updates are ready for installation at the specified time...

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The machine supports a wide range of media, including tabs and inserts... The supported media sizes range from 203 mm x 203 mm (minimum) to 320 mm x 488 mm (maximum)... When the Flex- XL paper input module is installed the media sizes range to 350 mm x 500 mm... The supported media weights range from 50 - 300 g/m for media that are recommended by the manufacturer, and 60 - 200 g/m for other media... When the optional light-weight media module is installed also recommended media with a media weight of 44 g/m is supported...

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The [Trays] view has the following functions... Display the current content and filling level of the paper trays... Open the paper trays and assign the required media for the print jobs... Change the media that is currently assigned to a paper tray... Assign media to a paper tray when you already loaded the media and pressed the button for

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The [Trays] view displays the following textual information for each paper tray... The media name, for example 'Normal paper' The media size, for example A3 or A4 The media weight, for example 80 g The media color The special characteristics of the media, for example [cyclic] or [punched]... In brackets,

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The paper tray contains media that are fed over the long edge (LEF) or short edge (SEF) ... The small icons indicate A4 or A4-like media... The large icons indicate A3 or A3-like media... When you defined a color for a media, the icon can have that color

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The print system uses a central media catalog from which you can select media for jobs... Correctly defined media attributes are important in order to ensure high print quality...

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4 [Registration] button Print test sheets and per- form the registration for in- dividual media... You can do a media registration for standard-size media and large media ...

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Optimize Perform a media regis- tration for standard-size media - Print the test sheets and create the ruler on page 266 Perform a media regis- tration for large media - Print the test sheets and create the ruler on page 273

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When no external finisher is connected to the machine, you must put all the media types face up and header up into the paper trays... The tabs of tab sheets must be at the right-hand side... When an external finisher is connected to the machine, it is possible that you must put the media into the paper trays in a different way... Refer to the documentation of the external finisher for more information about how to place the media...

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NOTE The list displays all the media in the media catalog that match the current position of the paper guides inside the paper tray... When the list is empty, the media catalog does not contain media that match the position of the paper guides...

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IMPORTANT For optimal print quality, define the correct values for the following media attributes... Refer to the packaging of the media for this information... Size Weight Surface type

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When a job is submitted that requires media that are not included in the [Media catalog], these media become temporary media... The control panel displays the temporary media in the following places... In the list of [Required media] in the [Schedule] view, when the job is scheduled for printing... In the list of [Temporary media] in the [Media] tab of the [System] view...

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Media indicators Black & White Media is displayed on several locations of the control panel... Extra information about the media is displayed by icons...

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regarding pre-printed media and inks are taken into account... Contact your local Canon representative to get a copy of these guidelines... In case media or inks are used that are not listed in the guidelines, the use of pre-printed media can lead to undesired print quality issues... To postpone print quality issues arising, a [Low temperature mode] is available on the printer... It is advised to enable the [Low temperature mode] when there are problems with processing pre-printed media... The interval between undesired print quality issues will then be increased significantly (for some temperature sensitive inks, but no guarantee for all inks)... It is advised to enable the [Low temperature mode] when you process pre-printed media... It takes several minutes until [Low temperature mode] is reached... The [Low temperature mode] should not be enabled when you use media heavier than 120 g/m2... This could lead to print problems...

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This test helps you to check if the correct [Paper quality] setting is set... In the Settings Editor, you can select the media for this test... It is advised to choose the same media as used for the job... Or, in other cases, choose media which covers the width of the media used as a minimum... When you start the [Paper quality test], the printer sends 5 empty sheets of the selected media to the system output... This is done after each of the next 5 black image cleaning procedures... Keep in mind that this can last 2500, 1250 and 1000 sheets when the [Paper quality] setting is set to [Normal], [Low] and [Lower] respectively... Then the test stops and the print job continues without interruption...

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NOTE Each time you touch the button, the setting changes from [On] to [Off] and the other way round...

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NOTE Each time you touch the button, the setting changes from [Off] to [On] and the other way round...

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Change the advanced media settings - Change the [Paper quality]

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NOTE When the test is started, the progress of the test is displayed on the button and the text on the button changes from [Start] to [Stop]...

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For each media registration, a paper ruler and 3 test sheets will be printed... Depending on the regional setting in the Settings Editor, the paper ruler is printed on A4 or Letter... You can use the first printed sheet to create the paper ruler... However, you can also use a universal ruler of your own... The ruler must be long enough to carry out the measurements... You must carry out each measurement on all 3 test sheets... The system calculates the average value of the measurements...

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1... Take the first test sheet... 2... Align the start of the ruler with point 'B' of the test sheet...

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4... Enter the value... 5... Take the second test sheet... 6... Repeat the steps 2 - 4... 7... Take the third test sheet... 8... Repeat the steps 2 - 4...

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4... Read the value at point 'F'... 5... Enter the value... 6... Take the second test sheet... 7... Repeat the steps 2 - 5... 8... Take the third test sheet... 9... Repeat the steps 2 - 5...

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3... Read the value at the edge of the test sheet... 4... Enter the value... 5... Take the second test sheet... 6... Repeat the steps 2 - 4... 7... Take the third test sheet... 8... Repeat the steps 2 - 4...

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4... Read the value at point 'D'... 5... Enter the value... 6... Take the second test sheet... 7... Repeat the steps 2 - 5... 8... Take the third test sheet... 9... Repeat the steps 2 - 5...

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A pop-up message appears... The message asks you whether you want to print an extra test sheet to verify the result of the registration... You can do one of the following... Press [Yes] if you want to print an extra test sheet to verify the result...

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For each media registration, a paper ruler and 3 test sheets will be printed... Depending on the regional setting in the Settings Editor, the paper ruler is printed on A4 or Letter... You can use the first printed sheet to create the paper ruler... However, you can also use a universal ruler of your own... The ruler must be long enough to carry out the measurements... You must carry out each measurement on all 3 test sheets... The system calculates the average value of the measurements...

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1... Take the first test sheet... 2... Align the start of the ruler with point 'B' of the test sheet...

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4... Enter the value... 5... Take the second test sheet... 6... Repeat the steps 2 - 4... 7... Take the third test sheet... 8... Repeat the steps 2 - 4...

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5... Open the [Calculator assistant], enter the 'EF' value and press [OK]... 6... Take the second test sheet... 7... Repeat the steps 2 - 5... 8... Take the third test sheet... 9... Repeat the steps 2 - 5...

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3... Read the value at the edge of the test sheet... 4... Enter the value... 5... Take the second test sheet... 6... Repeat the steps 2 - 4... 7... Take the third test sheet... 8... Repeat the steps 2 - 4...

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4... Read the value at point 'D'... 5... Enter the value... 6... Take the second test sheet... 7... Repeat the steps 2 - 5... 8... Take the third test sheet... 9... Repeat the steps 2 - 5...

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A pop-up message appears... The message asks you whether you want to print an extra test sheet to verify the result of the registration... You can do one of the following... Press [Yes] if you want to print an extra test sheet to verify the result...

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Light-weight media is media with a weight less than 50 g/m... You must handle light-weight media with extra care because light-weight media can be damaged very easily... Even minor irregularities of the light-weight media will lead to a significant reduced reliability and runability... Discard damaged sheets...

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Before you load light-weight media into the paper trays, insert the light-weight media tool in the side slider at the operator side... The light-weight media tool is located in the door of the paper module...

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The humidity of the light-weight media is very important Do not use media that is not wrapped, or not wrapped well... Unpack one ream and load the media before you load another ream... Load media as soon as possible after unpacking...

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3 Take a new stack of media for loading... Load the media with the grain direction in the transport direction... Carefully put the stack in the middle of the pa- per tray, aligned against the left-hand guide plate... Check the stack after loading... Remove sheets that are shifted or curled during loading...

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6 IMPORTANT Ensure that the loaded media stack does not exceed the loading limit mark on the back slider...

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4 Remove the top sheet and the bottom sheet of the stack... Inspect the four sides of the stack for glue residue... If one of the sides contains glue residue do not use the ream... Remove sheets that have any of the follow- ing types of malformation: bends, folds, cuts, rips, crumpled edges, wavy edges, tight edges, dog ears...

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5 Loosen the stack carefully a few times at the four sides and the four corners... Make sure that all sheets are loose...

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3 Place the two rectangles at the edge of the table as indicated in the picture... The rectangle that bends the least has the highest stiffness... This means that the rectan- gle that bends the least indicates the grain direction, because the stiffness along the grain direction is stronger than in the other direction...

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When rectangle B bends the least, the grain direction is perpendicular to the di- rection of the arrows, see picture B...

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The configuration settings are available via a web-based configuration tool, the Settings Editor... A part of the Settings Editor settings and information is also available on the System view and Start view of the control panel... You need rights to access configuration settings to change these settings...

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Maintenance operators can perform procedures to clean machine parts or improve the image quality... Furthermore, they are responsible for mechanical maintenance tasks and maintenance procedures via the control panel...

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The [Security] section allows you to set the se- curity to the required level... You can prevent unauthorized software up- grade via USB... You can also enable / disable the USB drive... You can configure whether or not you want a confirmation after system recovery... Because a system recovery restores to the previous PRIS- MAsync system working state, it can happen that security settings are lost... You can configure the HTTP/HTTPS traffic and the IPsec communication... 4

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You can download and install PRISMAsync software and operating system software through this section when the service organi- zation has made an update available via On Remote Service (ORS)... You can install PRISMAsync software and op- erating system software through this section by a USB device... You can uninstall software updates through this section... Follow the instructions on the control panel when you install or uninstall soft- ware updates... See the administration guide PRISMAsync Print Server how to configure, download and install software updates...

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When an error occurs, the help desk of your printer supplier can ask you to create and send a log file with trace files and/or report files... You can save the log file to a USB device... The configuration report contains information about the configuration of your printing sys- tem, for example information about the sys- tem configuration, controller configuration and network settings... You can print the configura- tion report for backup purposes, for example... Follow the instructions on the control panel when you save a file or print a report...

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The [System settings] section contains a/o set- tings to change the date and time of the sys- tem, or the system of measurement used... When you change the system of measure- ment, all corresponding values on the system will be changed... For example, when you change [Metric] into [Imperial], all length val- ues will be displayed in inches... You can also indicate how the media weight is displayed...

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[Warning time] button Define the moment when the system warns you about an action that is required soon, for example 10 minutes in advance... The warning is displayed in the dashboard and indicated through the operator attention light... 4

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Get direct access to a number of important key operator settings in the Settings Editor on the PRISMAsync controller... Change a number of settings in the Settings Editor via the control panel on page 292

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The system administrator can make a backup of the configuration of the print system... The system administrator can use this backup a/o to restore the configuration... After a hardware failure, for example a crash of the hard disk... After installation of a new version of the software...

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[Billing counters] Indicate the total number of prints that have been made since the print- er was installed ... You cannot reset the billing counters...

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[Toner counters] Indicates the amount of toner that has been used since the printer was installed... You cannot reset the toner counter...

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The [Billing counters] and the [Day counters] provide information about the number of 1-sided and 2-sided prints that have been made on standard-size and large media... The length of the media determines whether a media is standard size or large... Media with a length of less than 390 mm (15... 35") are referred to and counted as standard-size media... Media with a length of 390 mm (15... 35") or more are referred to and counted as large media...

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1... On the control panel, touch [System] -> [Maintenance] -> [Reset day counters]... A dialog box will ask you to confirm that you really want to reset the day counters...

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You can print a report that contains all figures of the configured billing counters... The language of the billing counters report is the same as the selected language for the system...

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Three methods are available to update your software: 1... Pushed by the service organization through On Remote Service (ORS)... 2... Made available via "http://downloads... cpp... canon"... 3... From Microsoft server or from the WSUS server of your company... Only operating system

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Remote Service is an application that runs on a printer... Remote Service requires a working Internet connection to establish a secure connection between the customer's site and printer dealer... In case a proxy server is present, Remote Service must be configured correctly... Refer to the documentation of On Remote Service for the possibilities and use of this product...

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The dashboard of the control panel displays a red icon when the printer becomes disconnected from the Internet... Make sure the connection is online, because otherwise Canon or the printer dealer cannot retrieve data from your printer...

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[Stacker/stapler] Indicates the number of staples that the stapler of the stacker/stapler has used since the last replacement...

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The machine has 2 toner reservoirs... The toner reservoirs are located at the left-hand side and the right-hand side of the engine module Introduction to the main system components on page 17... You can check the status of the toner reservoirs in the dashboard The dashboard on page 239 and in the [System] view... The [System] view also displays the current filling level of each toner reservoir as a percentage... The icons in the following table indicate the status of the toner reservoirs...

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7... Rotate the toner bottle a half turn to the right to remove the residual toner... 8... Remove the toner bottle... 9... Close the lid of the toner reservoir... 10... Close the front door of the toner reservoir...

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The optional finishers The output locations on page 21 can contain staple cartridges to staple your jobs... You can check the status of the staple cartridges in the dashboard The dashboard on page 239 and in the [System] view... The [System] view also displays the number of staples that have been used since the last refill... The icons in the following table indicate the status of the staple cartridges...

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NOTE You can add short and long staples... It is important to add the correct staples... Use short staples if your documents contain fewer than 50 sheets... Use long staples when your documents contain more than 50 sheets... Only use staples of type S25 (long staples) or S37 (short staples)...

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1... Remove the cartridge holder from the stapler... 2... Press the striped release buttons at both sides of the cartridge holder to unlock the lower cover...

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4... Slide a new staple cartridge into the cartridge holder, in the direction of the arrow...

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5... Push the staple cartridge into the cartridge holder until the cartridge clicks into place...

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1... Hold cover E5 while you unlock E6... 2... Close cover E5... 3... Close top cover E1... 4... Close the front door of the finisher...

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PRISMAlytics Dashboard is a set of business management tools for your PRISMAsync printers... To use PRISMAlytics Dashboard Remote Service (ORS) must be enabled on the printers... PRISMAsync printers send real-time production information, such as printing times, idle times, and the usage of media and consumables to the PRISMAlytics Dashboard...

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After an error was solved, the machine checks if the print job can continue from the point where the printing stopped... When you use cy- clic media, you must probably remove a cou- ple of sheets...

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When you use media with a high amount of paper dust, you can have problems with toner pollution of the prints right after the automatic black image cleaning procedure... Therefore it is advised to enable the [Paper quality test] (see Change the advanced media settings - Start the Paper quality test on page 265) each time when a new batch of media is used... This is to be sure that the correct [Paper quality] setting is still at the right level for this new batch...

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If the print quality is still not optimal with respect to mentioned ghost images, you can set the [Paper qual- ity] setting to [Lower] (see Change the advanced me- dia settings - Change the Paper quality on page 264)...

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The maintenance wizard appears... You need to have access rights to perform maintenance tasks... In some cases you must remove the air guid- ance unit to remove sheets under this unit... You must visually check if you must remove the unit, the system cannot indicate if the re- moval is necessary...

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1 You can only check the filter when the sys- tem is printing or when the system indicates that you should check the air filters... This is indicated by the orange maintenance icon... When the system is not printing or the sys- tem is not performing the maintenance task described below, the indicator of the filter is green, independently of the status of the fil- ter...

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4 Install 4 new filters... 1... Install the new filter... 2... Install the cover upwards... 3... Rotate the cover anticlockwise about 30...

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6 Move the handle down to switch on the in- coming air...

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1... On the control panel an error screen is visible that indicates a software error... A software error has an error code that starts with 115... The system creates a log... This may take a few minutes... After the creation of the log is complete, you can insert a USB drive into the USB port at the left- hand side of the control panel... When you do not want to store the logging of the software error, you can touch the error screen to exit the error... The system restarts... Only non-recoverable software errors will store the error log...

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Create and download a log file This topics contains the following instructions... Manually create a log file with reports / trace files in Settings Editor Download a log file from Settings Editor Create a log file on control panel Export a log file to USB device from control panel Create a log file from PRISMAsync Remote Manager

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To create the log file with reports / trace files, you use the [Create log file with report / trace files] option... Create this log file immediately after a print error occurs...

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2... Insert a USB device into a USB port of the control panel... 3... Touch [Create] in the [Create and export log file with report / trace files]...

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6... Touch [OK] to export this log file to the USB device... Touch [Cancel] to download this log file at a later moment...

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You can export a manually or automatically created log file to a USB device... 1... On the control panel touch: [System][Setup][System configuration][Logging and

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2... You are forwarded to the [Create log file with report / trace files] option of the Settings Editor that belongs to the selected printer...

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Certificates RoHS, Cetecom / CE Class A, FCC Class A, UL / TV / CE, China RoHS, CB report Section 508, De-inkability certificate, C-tick Australia (sourced locally)

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Finisher: Finisher tray... The finisher tray consist of 3 physical trays... You cannot address these physical trays sepa- rately as an output location... Top tray: 900 sheets (A4/Letter) Middle tray: 1,000 sheets (A4/Letter) Lower tray: 1,800 sheets (A4/Letter)

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Off mode: 6 W Sleep mode engine: 32 W Sleep mode controller: 44 W Standby mode: 0,9 kW Operation mode at 80 g/m / 20 lb bond: VP6180; 4... 0 kW VP6220: 4,3 kW VP6270: 4,4 kW VP6330: 4,9 kW

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Print speed NOTE The media specifications in the following table are based on plain paper of 80 g/m or 20 lb bond...

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Supported applications VarioPrint 6000 line printer driver PRISMAprepare (6... 3... 1 and higher) PRISMAaccess (5... 4... 4 and higher) PRISMAproduction (5... 04... 04 and higher) PRISMAdirect (1... 3... 1 and higher) PRISMAspool 4... 06... 02 PRISMAaudit 4... 10... 0 VPconvert (7 and higher) Xerox FreeFlow MakeReady (7 and higher) EFI Fiery Central 1... 8... 2 Kodak Smartboard 5 (limited) GMC PrintNet 7... 0... 29 InfoPrintManager AIX 4... 3

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Hardware options Generic USB mouse support, Section 508 kit (video, at- tention signal), copy control device interface for pre-paid accounting, operator attention light...

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SAP Device Type (SAP R/3 4... 6 and higher) Implementation & support via C&SS

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alignment... 185 binding edge... 182 check first set... 195 image shift... 186 margin shift... 186 media... 183 number of sets... 194 offset stacking... 187 output location... 187 page range... 196 print order... 187 rotation... 187 separator sheets... 198 settings for covers... 184 sheet order... 187

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Build function... 158 Combine jobs... 158 Create... 142 description... 117 duplicate... 205 Interrupt function... 164 Introduction... 140 Job settings... 143 Lock settings... 160 Move job... 123 page programming... 117 Print a job... 163 Print an urgent job... 164 Split a built job... 159 Split function... 159 Unlock settings... 161 Urgent jobs... 164

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Binding... 153 Binding edge... 145 Brightness... 153 Check first set... 154 Contrast... 153 Covers... 147 Edit... 157 Job name... 154 Layout... 148 Margin erase... 153 Media... 147 Number of sets... 154 Offset stacking... 151 Output location... 151 Page numbering... 156 Print order... 151 Print range... 154 Rotation... 151 Sheet order... 151 Sheet orientation... 151 Shift... 150 Sort by page... 151 Sort by set... 151 Staples... 153 Zoom... 148

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change alignment... 185 change binding edge... 182 change number of sets... 194 change settings for covers... 184 change the media... 183 check the first set... 195 Give priority... 130 Print later... 131 Print the job parameters... 201 Rename... 197 reprint ... 199 separator sheets... 198 shift the image... 186 shift the margin... 186 Ticket... 201 To top... 130

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add to media catalog... 257 Assign... 256 Change... 256 Icons... 250 indicators... 244, 259 Information... 250 Large... 301 Load... 237 Output location... 337 Registration... 253 Standard... 301 Supported size... 336 Supported weight... 336

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Print job 1- or 2-sided... 168 Align... 173 Binding... 177, 193 Binding edge... 169 Brightness... 177 Check first set... 178 Color profile... 177 Contrast... 177 Covers... 171 define finishing method... 193 Fattening... 177 folding... 193 Job name... 178 Job settings... 166 Line width... 177 Margin erase... 177 Media... 171 Minimum line width... 177 Number of sets... 178 Offset stacking... 175 Output location... 175 Page numbering... 180 preview... 166 Print order... 175 Print range... 178 proofing... 202 punching... 193 RIP raster... 177 RIP resolution... 177 Rotation... 175 Sheet order... 175 Sheet orientation... 175 Shift... 174 Sort by page... 175 Sort by set... 175 Special pages... 155, 179 Staples... 177 trimming... 193

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Introduction... 234 Jobs pane... 234 load media... 237 Media toolbar... 235 Output locations pane... 236 Required media pane... 235 Streaming jobs... 234 Zoom control... 236

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Setup section... 296 Advanced media settings... 297 Control panel settings... 297 Intermediate check print... 297 Job name truncation... 297 Language... 296 Local key operator settings... 297 Shut down system... 297 Warning time... 296 Workflow... 296 Workflow profile... 296

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TCP/IP... 294 Technology... 336 Temporary media... 248, 253, 254, 258 Test Remote connection... 295, 305 Test TCP/IP connection... 294 Ticket... 201 Time zone... 295 To top... 130 Toner... 309, 336

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WINS 1... 294 WINS 2... 294 WINS settings... 294 Workflow

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