Sharp MX-2300G manual

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    Scanner Guide MX-3500N MX-3501N MX-4500N MX-4501N MX-2300G MX-2300N MX-2700G MX-2700N MODEL:[...]

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    1 TABLE OF CONTENTS ABOUT THIS MANUAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 • MANUALS [...]

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    2 5 BASIC PROCEDURE FOR TRANSMISSION IN INTERNET FAX MODE SENDING A FAX IN INTERNET FAX MODE . . . .[...]

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    3 ABOUT THIS MANUAL This manual explains the pr ocedures for using sca n mode, Internet fax mode , U[...]

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    4 MANUALS PROVIDED WITH THE MACHINE Printed manuals a nd manuals stored in PDF format on the ma chin[...]

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    5 This chapter provides basic informa tion that is necessary to use the mach ine as a network scanne[...]

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    6 PREPARATIONS FOR USE AS A NETWORK SCANNER MAKE SURE THE MAIN POWER SWITCH IS IN THE "ON"[...]

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    7 STORING SENDER INFORMATION Before using Scan to E-mai l Store the default se nder name in "Se[...]

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    8 STORING DESTINATION ADDRESSES FOR EACH SCAN MODE IN THE ADDRESS BOOK To use Scan to FTP, Scan to D[...]

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    9 STORING A DESTINATION FOR SCAN TO DESKTOP To store your computer in the machine as the destinat io[...]

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    10 BASE SCREEN Scan mode, I nternet fax mode , USB memory mode, and PC scan mode are oper ated by se[...]

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    11 BASE SCREENS Settings are select ed in the base screen of ea ch mode. (1) Various messages are di[...]

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    12 (9) Customized keys The keys that appear here can be changed to show settings or functions that y[...]

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    13 [Image Settings] key When the [Image Settin gs] key is touched, the [Special Mod es] key and keys[...]

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    14 ADDRESS BOOK SCREEN This screen is used to select transmission destinations. (1) One-touch key di[...]

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    15 CHANGING THE DISPLAY OF ONE-TOUCH KEYS IN THE ADDRESS BOOK SCREEN You can show only destinations [...]

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    16 SCANNING AND TRANSMISSION SEQUENCE This section explains the basic pr ocedure for scann ing and t[...]

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    17 Select convenient special modes Convenient special modes and document filing settings ca n be sel[...]

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    18 ORIGINAL SIZES ORIGINAL SIZES THAT CAN BE TRANSMITTED The follow ing origin al sizes can be tra n[...]

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    19 This chapter explain s how to spe cify destination add resses, including selecting an address fro[...]

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    20 CALLING UP A DESTINATION A destination is called up by selecting its one-t ouch key. 1 Touch the [...]

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    21 CHECKING AND DELETING THE SELECTED DESTINATIONS When multiple destinatio ns have been selected, y[...]

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    22 USING A SEARCH NUMBER TO SPECIFY A DESTINATION A destination store d in the Address Book can be c[...]

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    23 ENTER THE ADDRESS MANUALLY Destination addres ses for Scan to E-mail and In ternet fa x can be en[...]

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    24 CALLING UP A DESTINATION FROM A GLOBAL ADDRESS BOOK When an LDAP server is configur ed in the Web[...]

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    25 4 Select the destination. (1) Touch the key of the desired destina tion. If there are more destin[...]

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    26 USING THE RESEND FUNCTION The last 8 destinatio n addresses used for Scan to E-mail a nd Inter ne[...]

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    27 SCANNING TO E-MAIL, FTP, DESKTOP, AND NETWORK FOLDER This section explains the basic procedu re f[...]

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    28 2 Change to scan mode. (1) Touch the [Mode Switch] key. (2) Touch the [Scan] key. 3 Display the o[...]

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    29 6 Specify the destination. (1) Touch the one-touch key of the desi red destination. The icon on t[...]

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    30 8 If the original was placed on the document glass, replace it with the next original and press t[...]

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    31 CHANGING THE EXPOSURE AND EXPOSURE MODE The exposure can be changed to match the darkness of the [...]

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    32 How to select the exposure How to select the exposure mode Exposure When to selec t Auto This set[...]

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    33 CHANGING THE RESOLUTION The resolution se tting can be selected . How to select the resolution Wh[...]

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    34 AUTOMATICALLY SCANNING BOTH SIDES OF AN ORIGINAL (2-Sided Original) The automatic docum ent feede[...]

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    35 SPECIFYING THE ORIGINAL SCAN SIZE AND SEND SIZE (Enlarge/Reduce) When the original is placed, it [...]

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    36 SPECIFYING THE SCAN SIZE OF THE ORIGINAL If the original is a non-st andard size or you wish to c[...]

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    37 Specifying the size by en tering numerical values. When scanning a non-st andard size original su[...]

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    38 SPECIFYING THE SEND SIZE OF THE ORIGINAL Specify the send size as a paper size. If a send size bi[...]

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    39 CHANGING THE COLOUR MODE This procedure is used t o change the colou r mode us ed to scan the ori[...]

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    40 CHANGING THE FILE FORMAT The file format (f ile type and compression meth od / compression ratio)[...]

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    41 4 To change the number of pag es per file, enter the number of pages and exit the format settings[...]

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    42 CHANGING THE SUBJECT, FILE NAME, REPLY-TO, AND MESSAGE The subject, file name , reply-to, and mes[...]

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    43 4 To change the file name, touch the [File Name] key. • The file name is entered in th e same w[...]

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    44 8 Enter the message and touch the [OK] key. • To select a p re-set message previously stored i [...]

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    45 SCANNING TO USB MEMORY Follow the steps below to send a scanned file t o a commercially available[...]

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    46 2 Place the original. • When placing the o riginal, orient it as explained below. * To place a [...]

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    47 4 Display the original settings screen. (1) Touch the [Image Settings] key. (2) Touch the [Origin[...]

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    48 6 Press the [COLOUR START] key ( ) or the [BLACK & WHIT E START] key ( ). Scanning begins. ?[...]

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    49 9 When "Sending data has been completed." appears in the touch panel, disconnect the US[...]

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    50 CHANGING THE EXPOSURE AND EXPOSURE MODE The exposure can be changed to match the darkness of the [...]

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    51 How to select the exposure How to select the exposure mode Exposure When to selec t Auto This set[...]

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    52 CHANGING THE RESOLUTION The resolution se tting can be selected . How to select the resolution Wh[...]

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    53 AUTOMATICALLY SCANNING BOTH SIDES OF AN ORIGINAL (2-Sided Original) The automatic docum ent feede[...]

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    54 SPECIFYING THE ORIGINAL SCAN SIZE AND SEND SIZE (Enlarge/Reduce) When the original is placed, it [...]

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    55 SPECIFYING THE SCAN SIZE OF THE ORIGINAL If the original is a non-st andard size or you wish to c[...]

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    56 Specifying the size by en tering numerical values. When scanning a non-st andard size original su[...]

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    57 SPECIFYING THE SEND SIZE OF THE ORIGINAL Specify the send size as a paper size. If a send size bi[...]

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    58 CHANGING THE COLOUR MODE This procedure is used t o change the colou r mode us ed to scan the ori[...]

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    59 CHANGING THE FILE FORMAT The file format ( file type and compressio n method / compr ession ratio[...]

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    60 3 To change the number of pag es per file, enter the number of pages and exit the format settings[...]

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    61 ENTERING THE FILE NAME The file name can be dire ctly entered when performing a scan transmission[...]

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    62 SENDING A FAX IN INTERNET FAX MODE 5 BASIC PROCEDURE FOR TRANSMISSION IN INTERNET FAX MODE When a[...]

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    63 3 Display the original settings screen. (1) Touch the [Image Settings] key. (2) Touch the [Origin[...]

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    64 7 Press the [BLACK & WHITE START] key () . Scanning begins. • If the origina l is placed on[...]

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    65 CHANGING THE EXPOSURE The exposure can be cha nged to match th e darkness of the orig inal. How t[...]

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    66 CHANGING THE RESOLUTION The resolution se tting can be selected . How to select the resolution Fo[...]

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    67 AUTOMATICALLY SCANNING BOTH SIDES OF AN ORIGINAL (2-Sided Original) The automatic docum ent feede[...]

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    68 SPECIFYING THE ORIGINAL SCAN SIZE AND SEND SIZE (Enlarge/Reduce) When the original is placed, it [...]

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    69 SPECIFYING THE SCAN SIZE OF THE ORIGINAL If the original is a non-st andard size or you wish to c[...]

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    70 Specifying the size by en tering numerical values. When scanning a non-st andard size original su[...]

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    71 SPECIFYING THE SEND SIZE OF THE ORIGINAL Specify the send size as a paper size. If a send size bi[...]

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    72 CHANGING THE FILE FORMAT The file format for sending an Int ernet fax is norm ally set to [TIFF-F[...]

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    73 CHANGING THE SUBJECT, FILE NAME, AND MESSAGE The subject, file name , and message can be chang ed[...]

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    74 5 To change the message, touch the [Body Text] key. 6 Enter the message and touch the [OK] key. ?[...]

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    75 This chapte r explains how to chec k the status of re served transmission jobs and r eceived Inte[...]

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    76 JOB QUEUE SCREEN AND COMPLETED JOB SCREEN The job status screen consist s of two screens: the job[...]

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    77 Job key display The following information is shown in the job queue keys and completed job keys t[...]

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    78 "Number o f successful transmission destinations / Total destinations OK" A broadcast t[...]

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    79 OPERATION WHEN A JOB IN THE JOB QUEUE IS COMPLETED When a normal tran smission job is completed, [...]

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    80 CHECKING COMPLETED JOBS You can check a list o f the destin ations, the destinat ions fo r which [...]

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    81 STOPPING A SCAN JOB BEING TRANSMITTED OR WAITING TO BE TRANSMITTED Follow the steps below to stop[...]

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    82 GIVING PRIORITY TO A SCAN TRANSMISSION JOB When multiple jobs are waiting t o be transmitted, the[...]

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    83 This chapter exp lains convenie nt functions for pe rforming sc an transmissions. These functions[...]

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    84 2 Touch the [Addr ess Book] key. To directly enter a destination address, touch th e [Address Ent[...]

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    85 5 Check the destinations. (1) Check the destinations. (2) Touch the [OK] key. If the transmission[...]

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    86 BROADCAST TRANSMISSIONS THAT INCLUDE INTERNET FAX DESTINATIONS When a broadcast transmission incl[...]

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    87 Resending to unsuccessful broadcast transmission destinations The results of a co mpleted broadca[...]

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    88 ERASING PERIPHERAL SHADOWS ON THE IMAGE (Erase) The erase function is used to erase shadow lines [...]

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    89 3 Touch the [Special Modes] key. 4 Touch the [Erase] key. 5 Select the erase settings. (1) Touch [...]

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    90 8 Press the [COLOUR START] key ( ) or the [BLACK & WHITE START] key ( ). Scanning begins. •[...]

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    91 SCANNING AN ORIGINAL AS TWO SEPARATE PAGES (Dual Page Scan) The left and righ t sides of an origi[...]

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    92 3 Touch the [Special Modes] key. 4 Select Dual Page Scan. (1) Press the [Dual Page Scan] key so t[...]

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    93 7 Press the [COLOUR START] key ( ) or the [BLACK & WHITE START] key ( ). Scanning begins. Whe[...]

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    94 SENDING AN IMAGE AT A SPECIFIED TIME (Timer Transmission) This function lets you specify a time a[...]

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    95 3 Touch the [Special Modes] key. 4 Touch the [Timer] key. 5 Set the time with the keys. (1) Speci[...]

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    96 7 Specify the destination. • Touch the one-touch key for th e desired destination and then the [...]

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    97 WHITENING FAINT COLOURS IN THE IMAGE (Suppress Background) This feature is use d to suppress ligh[...]

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    98 4 Touch the [Suppress Background] key. Read the message that appears a nd then touch the [OK] key[...]

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    99 8 Press the [COLOUR START] key ( ) or the [BLACK & WHITE START] key ( ). Scanning begins. •[...]

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    100 SCANNING BOTH SIDES OF A CARD ONTO A SINGLE PAGE (Card Shot) This function lets you se nd the fr[...]

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    101 4 Touch the [Card Shot] key. 5 Specify the original size. (1) Enter the original size. • Touch[...]

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    102 7 Specify the destination. • Touch the one-touch key for th e desired destination and then the[...]

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    103 SCANNING MANY ORIGINALS AT ONCE (Job Build) When you have a large number of originals to transmi[...]

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    104 4 Select job build mode. (1) Touch the keys to switch through the screens. If you selected Inter[...]

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    105 8 Insert the next set of originals and press the [COLOUR START] key ( ) or the [BLACK & WHIT[...]

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    106 SCANNING ORIGINALS OF DIFFERENT SIZES (Mixed Size Original) This feature lets you scan originals[...]

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    107 3 Touch the [Special Modes] key. 4 Select the mixed size original setting. (1) Touch the keys to[...]

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    108 7 Press the [COLOUR START] key ( ) or the [BLACK & WHITE START] key ( ). Scanning begins. A [...]

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    109 SCANNING THIN ORIGINALS (Slow Scan Mode) Use this function when you wish to scan thin originals [...]

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    110 4 Select slow scan mode. (1) Touch the keys to switch through the screens. If you selected Inter[...]

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    111 STORING SCAN OPERATIONS (Programs) A destination, or iginal settings, an d functions can be stor[...]

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    112 1 Place the original. Place the original in the document feeder tray or on the document glass as[...]

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    113 6 Press the [COLOUR START] key ( ) or the [BLACK & WHITE START] key ( ). Scanning begins. ?[...]

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    114 FORWARDING A RECEIVED INTERNET FAX TO AN E-MAIL ADDRESS (Inbound Routing Settings) Received Inte[...]

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    115 This chapter explain s Internet fax com munication funct ions, including the basic procedure for[...]

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    116 MANUALLY RECEIVING INTERNET FAXES If the interval for checking for received faxes is somewhat lo[...]

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    117 PRINTING FAXES RECEIVED TO MEMORY "Hold Setting for Received Dat a Print" in the syste[...]

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    118 SENDING TWO PAGES AS A SINGLE PAGE (2in1) Two original pa ges can be reduced to h alf their orig[...]

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    119 2 Change to Internet fax mode. (1) Touch the [Mode Switch] key. (2) Touch the [Internet Fax] key[...]

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    120 7 Touch the [Addr ess Book] key. To directly enter a destination address, touch th e [Address En[...]

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    121 CHANGING THE PRINT SETTINGS FOR THE TRANSACTION REPORT (Transaction Report) A transactio n repor[...]

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    122 5 Select print conditions. (1) Select the print conditions. (2) Touch the [OK] key. • When the[...]

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    123 8 Press the [BLACK & WHITE START] key () . Scanning begins. • If you inserted the or igina[...]

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    124 CHECKING THE ACTIVITY LOG (Image Sending Activity Report) You can have the machin e print a log [...]

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    125 SENDING AN INTERNET FAX FROM A COMPUTER (PC-I-Fax) A file on a computer can be sent via the mach[...]

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    126 BASIC SCANNING PROCEDURE You can install the sca nner driver on your comput er from the CD-ROM t[...]

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    127 [At your computer] 3 Start the TWAIN-compliant application on your computer and select [Select S[...]

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    128 6 Preview the image. (1) Select the location where the original is placed. "Scanning Source[...]

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    129 7 Select scanning settings while viewing the image. [Rotate] button: Each time this button is cl[...]

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    130 [At the machine] 9 Touch the [Exit] key in the touch panel. 10 Touch the [Yes] key. This machine[...]

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