Sharp 3501 manual

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    LASER PRINTER Operation Manual (f or netw ork scanner) Be sure to become thoroughly familiar [...]

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    1 INTR ODUCTION The optional Network Scanner Expansion Kit (AR-NS2) enables the machine to be used a[...]

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    2 SETTINGS AND PR OGRAMMING REQUIRED FOR THE NETW ORK SCANNER FEA TURE T o use the Networ k Scanner[...]

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    3 SETTINGS AND PROGRAMMING REQUIRED FOR THE NETWORK SCANNER FEATURE B ASIC SETTINGS FOR NETWORK SCAN[...]

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    4 SETTING UP DESTINA TION INFORMA TION T o store the name and address of a destination in an auto di[...]

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    5 SETTINGS AND PROGRAMMING REQUIRED FOR THE NETWORK SCANNER FEATURE ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Items common[...]

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    6 CONDITION SETTING SCREEN OF SCANNER MODE The condition setting screen of scanner mode is displa y [...]

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    7 ■ Address directory screen (alphabetically or dered) If you ha ve set the initial screen to the[...]

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    8 SENDING AN IMA GE B ASIC TRANSMISSION METHOD 1 Make sure the machine is in scanner mode . When t[...]

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    9 SENDING AN IMAGE 9 T ouch the ADDRESS DIRECT OR Y key . ADDRESS DIRECTORY The address director y[...]

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    10 TRANSMISSION METHODS FOR SCAN T O E-MAIL (MANU AL ENTR Y , BRO ADCAST TRANSMISSION) It is poss[...]

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    11 NO TES • Booklets and tablets T wo-sided or iginals that are bound at the side are booklets , [...]

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    12 ST AMPING SCANNED ORIGINALS (VERIFICA TION ST AMP FUNCTION) If the optional v erification stamp u[...]

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    13 SCANNING SETTINGS (ORIGINAL SIZE, RESOLUTION, AND EXPOSURE) When sending an image, y ou can adjus[...]

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    14 SCANNING SETTINGS (ORIGINAL SIZE, RESOLUTION, AND EXPOSURE) SELECTING THE RESOLUTION After loadi[...]

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    15 SELECTING THE EXPOSURE After loading the original, you can adjust the contrast as needed f or th[...]

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    16 1 Press the JOB ST A TUS ke y . 2 T ouch the E-MAIL/FTP key . E-MAIL/FTP WAITING WAITING WAITIN[...]

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    17 ST ORING ONE-T OUCH KEYS (only addresses f or Scan to E-mail and Internet-Fax) The touch panel o[...]

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    18 STORING, EDITING, AND CLEARING FROM THE TOUCH PANEL 10 T ouch the INDEX key . NAME SHARP CORPOR[...]

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    19 STORING, EDITING, AND CLEARING FROM THE TOUCH PANEL EDITING AND DELETING ONE-T OUCH KEYS If you w[...]

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    20 1 Press the CUST OM SETTINGS key , touch the ADDRESS CONTROL ke y , and then touch the DIRECT A[...]

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    21 STORING, EDITING, AND CLEARING FROM THE TOUCH PANEL 1 Press the CUST OM SETTINGS key , touch the[...]

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    22 ST ORING SENDER INFORMA TION Use this procedure to store the sender inf or mation (sender name an[...]

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    23 1 Press the CUST OM SETTINGS key . 2 T ouch the LIST PRINT ke y . Y ST S L LIST PRINT 3 T ouch[...]

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    24 TR OUBLESHOO TING IF Y OUR E-MAIL IS RETURNED If a Scan to E-mail or Inter net-F ax is not succe[...]

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    25 KEY OPERA T OR PR OGRAMS This section e xplains the k ey operator progr ams that are related to t[...]

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    26 KEY OPERATOR PROGRAMS SETTING PROGRAMS The setting programs f or the networ k scanner feature of [...]

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    27 PRINTING OUT SETTINGS Settings established with the k ey operator programs can be v e rified by p[...]

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    28 SPECIFICA TIONS F or information on power requirements , power consumption, dimensions , weight, [...]

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    350LP,450LP,350M,450M,3500, 3501,3551,4500,4501,4551 Operation manual for network scanner PRINTED IN[...]