Philips DP-C262 manual

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Table of contents for the manual

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    Model No. DP-C262/C322 Before operating this machine, please read this manual completely and keep [...]

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    2 Oper a ting Instr uctions The foll owing Operating Instruc tion manuals are inc luded with t h[...]

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    3 Con v entions Icons The following icons are used in this manual. Notation The following nota[...]

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    4 T a ble of Contents Chapter 1 G etting To K now Your Mach ine Basic Operation Procedure ....[...]

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    5 Chapter 4 Adding to the Address Book Editing the Address B ook ............. .............. [...]

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    6 Chapter 1 Getting To Know Your Machine Chapter 1 Getting T o Know Y our Machine Basic Oper a ti[...]

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    7 Chapter 1 Getting To Know Your Machine 4 Selec t the locat ion or desti nati on.  To S a[...]

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    8 Chapter 1 Getting To Know Your Machine Sending an Email • There are two ways of sending an [...]

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    9 Chapter 1 Getting To Know Your Machine Memo[...]

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    10 Chapter 2 Scan/Email Operations Chapter 2 Scan/Email Op erations Scan to the SD Memor y Car d T[...]

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    11 Chapter 2 Scan/Email Operations 6 Insert the S D Memo ry Ca rd. ① Push the S lot Cover to op[...]

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    12 Chapter 2 Scan/Email Operations Scan to the PCM CIA/PC Car d The scanned i mage will be direct[...]

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    13 Chapter 2 Scan/Email Operations 6 Insert a PCMCIA/PC Ca rd Adap ter with a me mory card. ① [...]

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    14 Chapter 2 Scan/Email Operations Scan to the Inter nal Har d Disk Driv e The scanned i mage can [...]

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    15 Chapter 2 Scan/Email Operations Retrieve Scanned Image from Hard Disk Drive 1 S tar t a Web B[...]

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    16 Chapter 2 Scan/Email Operations Scan to the Computer The scanned i mage will be transferr ed t[...]

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    17 Chapter 2 Scan/Email Operations 4 Select " Address Book ". 5 Selec t an al phab et t[...]

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    18 Chapter 2 Scan/Email Operations Scan to Email The scanned i mage can be emailed t o network co[...]

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    19 Chapter 2 Scan/Email Operations 4 Selec t an al phab et tab. z When inputting t he Email Addres[...]

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    20 Chapter 2 Scan/Email Operations 9 T o confirm the selected o r inputted Email Ad dress. ① S[...]

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    21 Chapter 2 Scan/Email Operations Memo[...]

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    22 Chapter 2 Scan/Email Operations Email Addressing from LDAP Server Y ou can search an Email Add[...]

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    23 Chapter 2 Scan/Email Operations 8 Select a complu ter , and t hen select “ OK ”. z Only [...]

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    24 Chapter 2 Scan/Email Operations Add an Email Address to the Addres s Book Email addres ses that[...]

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    25 Chapter 2 Scan/Email Operations 8 Select “ OK ” to r egist er th e e mail address a s a st[...]

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    26 Chapter 2 Scan/Email Operations R eceiving a n Email This function is only avail able when the [...]

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    27 Chapter 2 Scan/Email Operations Receiving Email Manually Wit h “ 147 Auto POP Receive ” set[...]

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    28 Chapter 3 Scanner Settings Chapter 3 Scanner S ettings Setting the Scanning Quality Documents, [...]

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    29 Chapter 3 Scanner Settings Setting Original T ype and Scannin g Density  Selecting Original[...]

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    30 Chapter 3 Scanner Settings Scannin g R esolution Y ou can set the appropriate r esolution accor[...]

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    31 Chapter 3 Scanner Settings Memo[...]

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    32 Chapter 3 Scanner Settings Advanced Color Quality Settings The following pi cture qualiti es ca[...]

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    33 Chapter 3 Scanner Settings 4 Select “ OK ”.[...]

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    34 Chapter 3 Scanner Settings Compression (Grayscale) Select s pictur e quality , and then compre[...]

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    35 Chapter 3 Scanner Settings Background Removal Color document s can be scanned in monochrome wi[...]

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    36 Chapter 3 Scanner Settings Setting the File T ype and/or File Name Documents ca n be scanned wi[...]

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    37 Chapter 3 Scanner Settings 4 Select a File Name type. T o enter File Name ① Select “ Cust[...]

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    38 Chapter 3 Scanner Settings Scannin g 2-Sided Originals 2-Sided Ori ginals ca n be scanned an d [...]

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    39 Chapter 3 Scanner Settings W hen Scanning the Special Or igina ls (T hi n paper , et c.) fr om[...]

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    40 Chapt er 4 Addi ng to the Address Book Chapter 4 Adding to th e Address Book Editin g the Ad [...]

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    41 Chapt er 4 Addi ng to the Address Book 7 Edit the emai l addr ess, and th en select “ OK[...]

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    42 Chapt er 4 Addi ng to the Address Book Delete an Email Address The Email Addresses in the add[...]

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    43 Chapt er 4 Addi ng to the Address Book Memo[...]

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    44 Chapt er 4 Addi ng to the Address Book Editin g Ima ge B o x Name The image box name can be c[...]

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    45 Chapt er 4 Addi ng to the Address Book 7 Input a button nam e, and then select “ OK ”. [...]

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    46 Chapter 5 Appendix Chapter 5 Appendix Glos sar y Te r m Mea ning 10Base-T/ 100Base- TX An Ethe[...]

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    47 Chapter 5 Appendix Direct SMTP Allows Inte rnet Fax machines to comm unicate directly with[...]

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    48 Chapter 5 Appendix Group Dialing The a bility to pr ogram many telephon e numbers i nto a si [...]

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    49 Chapter 5 Appendix JPEG Short for Joint Photo graphic Ex perts Group , and prono unced ja y-[...]

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    50 Chapter 5 Appendix Panaso nic Super- Smoothing An e lectronic im age enha ncement (Panasoni c[...]

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    51 Chapter 5 Appendix SD Card (Secure Digital Memory Card) A flash me mory card that p rovid[...]

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    52 Chapter 5 Appendix TIFF Image Vi ewer An ap plicatio n soft ware t o view the conten ts of T[...]

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    53 Chapter 5 Appendix Memo[...]

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    For Se rvice , Call: The foll owing tradem arks an d regist ered tradem arks a re used throughou t [...]