Sharp MX-M363U manual

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    MODEL: F axing Using the f ax function. Bef ore using the machine Functions of the machine and proce[...]

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    OPERATION MANUALS AND HOW TO USE TH EM 3 prin ted manual s and a manual i n PDF form at are pr ovide[...]

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    1 Manuals i n PDF format Con venient methods for using the Operation Guide The first page contains a[...]

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    2 CHECKING THE IP ADDRESS To ch eck the IP address of the m achine, p rint out th e printer t est pa[...]

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    3 ACCESSING THE WEB SERVER IN THE MACHINE When th e mach ine is c onnected to a networ k, the mac hi[...]

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    4 TABLE O F CONTENTS CHECKING THE IP ADDRESS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

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    5 BASE SCREEN OF FAX MODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

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    6 DOCU MEN T FILI NG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[...]

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    Bef ore using the mac hine Bef ore using the mac hine 7 This sectio n provides general informa tion [...]

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    8 PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS (1) Autom atic document feeder This auto matically feeds a nd sc ans mul [...]

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    9 (13) Docum ent glass This is u sed to s can book s and other origi nals that cannot be scanned usi[...]

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    10 OPERATION PANEL JOB ST A TUS IMAGE SEND DOCUMENT FILING COPY PRINT READ Y DA T A DA T A LINE SYST[...]

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    11 LOGOUT Main power indicator [CLEAR ALL] key Press this ke y to redo an operation from the beginni[...]

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    12 USING THE TOUCH PANEL The tou ch keys th at appe ar in the touch pan el are grou ped for ea sy op[...]

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    13 USER AUTHENTICATION When us er authe ntication is enabl ed in the sys tem settin gs, you m ust lo[...]

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    14 PLACING ORIGINALS The au tomatic d ocument feeder can be used to automa tically s can many origin[...]

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    15 CHANGING PAPER IN A TRAY Names of the tray s The na mes of the trays a re shown below. For the n [...]

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    16 Loading pape r in a tray To chan ge the paper in a tray , load the desired paper in the tra y and[...]

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    17 Changing the t ray settings When y ou change the paper in a tray, t he tra y settings in the sy s[...]

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    18 Loading pape r in other trays Bypa ss tray Place paper that is A5 (7-1/4" x 10-1/2") or[...]

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    19 Large ca pacity tray The pa per size o f tray 5 c an only be change d by a se rvice technician . [...]

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    Cop ying Cop ying 21 This section ex plains the basic pr ocedur es for usi ng the cop ier functio n.[...]

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    22 BASE SCREEN OF COPY MODE Pres s the [COP Y] key in the Op eration p anel to open the ba se s cree[...]

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    23 MAKING COPIES This is the m ost basi c proce dure for making co pies. 1 Press the [C OPY] ke y. T[...]

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    24 2-SIDED COPYING (Automatic Document Feeder) You ca n use the automatic document feeder to make au[...]

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    25 COPYING ON SPECIAL PAPER (Bypass Copy) Use the bypass tray to c opy on s pecial m edia suc h as h[...]

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    26 Selecti ng a tray Select se ttings in the touch panel. (Continued) (5) Touch the [ Auto-AB] key. [...]

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    27 SELECTING THE EXPOSURE AND IMAGE TYPE You ca n speci fy the o riginal i mage type to obtain a cle[...]

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    28 FITTING THE COPY IMAGE TO THE PAPER (Automatic Ratio Selection) You ca n copy a n origin al onto [...]

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    29 ENLARGEMENT/REDUCTION (Preset Ratios / Zoom) For pr ecise ad justment of the c opy size, you can [...]

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    30 INTERRUPTING A COPY RUN (Interrupt Copy) When the ma chine is printing, you c an temporari ly int[...]

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    31 STORING COPY OPERATIO NS (J ob Programs ) You ca n store a group of copy settings . The se ttings[...]

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    32 Deleting a job program 2 Touch the key of the desired job program. After s electing the job progr[...]

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    33 SPECIAL MODES The s pecial m odes can be used f or a var iety of s pecial-p urpose c opy jobs. Th[...]

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    34 SELECTING A SPECIAL MODE The proc edure fo r selecti ng setting s for "A dding ma rgins (Ma [...]

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    35 CONVENIENT COPY FUNCTIONS Adding margins (Margin Shift) Erasing p e ripheral shadows ( Erase) Cop[...]

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    36 Copying a larg e number of or iginals at once (Job Build) Using two machines to make a large numb[...]

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    37 Copying multiple pages onto one she et of paper (Multi Shot) Copying a pamphlet (Book Copy) Copyi[...]

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    38 Printing the dat e or a stamp on copies (Stamp) Repeating ph otos on a cop y (Photo Repeat ) Crea[...]

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    39 Copying an A3 size original without cutting off th e edges (A3 Full Ble ed) Copying in the cent r[...]

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    40 Check ing the n umber of sca nned origi nal sheets before c opying (Origina l Count) Copy ing o r[...]

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    Printing Printing 41 This sectio n explains the basic procedur e for print ing usin g the pri nter d[...]

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    42 PRINTING This section explain s the bas ic proced ures for printing. The fol lowing ex ample ex p[...]

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    43 3 Select print settings. (1) Click the [Pape r] tab. (2) Select [A4]. (3) Click the [OK] button. [...]

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    44 Using printe r driver help When s electing settings in the pr inter dri ver properti es windo w, [...]

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    45 The fol lowing ex ample expl ains how to print a n A4 size d ocument f rom "Tex tEdit" [...]

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    46 Printing a file 1 Execute printing from TextEdit. (1) Open the [File] menu. (2) Select [Pr int]. [...]

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    47 CANCELLING PRINTING (AT THE MACHINE) You ca n cancel a print job if yo u cancel before p rinting [...]

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    48 SELECTING PRINT SETTINGS To us e the print fu nction of the machi ne, the settings in the pr inte[...]

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    49 The pro cedure for sel ecting pr inter driver se ttings is ex plained bel ow using "Pri ntin[...]

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    50 CONVENIENT PRINTER FUNCTIO NS Printing on both sides of the paper (2- sided printing) Fitting the[...]

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    51 Punching holes in out put (Punch) The machine al so has these fun ction s For informati on on eac[...]

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    F axing F axing 53 This section ex plains the basic pr ocedures for using t he fax function of th e [...]

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    54 BASE SCREEN OF FAX MODE Press th e [IMAG E SEND] key in th e Operat ion panel to open the base sc[...]

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    55 SENDING A FAX The ba sic pr ocedure for sendin g faxes i s expla ined belo w. In fa x mode, c olo[...]

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    56 CHANGING THE SIZE OF A FAX The size of the ori ginal and the tr ansmi ssion size ca n be specif i[...]

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    57 CHANGING THE EXPOSURE The ex posure can be c hanged as appropr iate for t he darknes s or li ghtn[...]

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    58 CHANGING THE RESOLUTION The res olution can be sel ected to m atch the c haracte ristics of the o[...]

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    59 STORING A FAX NUMBER Storing an in dividual key You ca n store f ax num bers in one -touch k eys.[...]

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    60 The it ems in th e above s tep must b e entered . For de tails on items ente red, see "7. SY[...]

  • Page 63

    61 FORWARDING RECEIVED FAXES (Fax Data Forward) When th e mach ine canno t print bec ause it is o ut[...]

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    62 CONVENIENT DIALLING METHODS Easy to use one -touch key s and the resend f unction c an be use d t[...]

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    63 Speed dialling When y ou store an indiv idual key or a gro up key, a 4-digit * se arch num ber is[...]

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    64 SENDING THE SAME FAX TO MULTIPLE DESTINATION S (Broadcast Transmission) The s ame docum ent/im ag[...]

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    65 Select se ttings in the touch panel. (Continued) (5) Check the dest inations and then touch the [[...]

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    66 SPECIAL FAX MODES The s pecial m odes can be used f or a var iety of s pecial-p urpose fa x trans[...]

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    67 SELECTING A SPECIAL MODE The proc edure fo r selecti ng a sp ecial mode for fax i s expla ined be[...]

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    68 CONVENIENT FAX FUNCTIONS Erasing p e ripheral shadows ( Erase) Sending the left and right pages o[...]

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    69 Sending a large number of pa ges as a single transm ission job (J ob Build) Sending a fax directl[...]

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    Scanning Scanning 71 This section ex plains the uses of the networ k scanner f unctio n and the basi[...]

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    72 NETWORK SCANNER FUNCTION The ne twork scan ner func tion of the machine c an be us ed to tran smi[...]

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    73 BASE SCREEN OF SCAN MODE Press t he [IMA GE SEND] ke y in t he operat ion panel to open the base [...]

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    74 SCANNING AN ORIGINAL The ba sic ope ration fo r scann ing is ex plained below. This section expla[...]

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    75 CHANGING THE EXPOSURE AND ORIGINAL IMAGE TYPE Expos ure and o riginal im age type settin gs can b[...]

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    76 CHANGING THE RESOLUTION You ca n sel ect the re solution as ap propriate for the or iginal t ype.[...]

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    77 CHANGING THE FILE FORMAT The fi le format (file type and co mpression method ) for sendi ng a sca[...]

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    78 STORING A DESTINATION The proc edure fo r storing e-mail addr esses in one-touc h keys for Scan t[...]

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    79 The it ems in th e above s tep must b e entered . For de tails on items ente red, see "7. SY[...]

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    80 CONVENIENT TRANSMISSION METHODS One-t ouch sen ding, resen ding, a nd othe r convenie nt trans mi[...]

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    81 Search number sen ding When y ou store an indiv idual key or a gro up key, a 4-digit * se arch nu[...]

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    82 SENDING THE SAME IMAGE TO MULTIPLE DESTINATION S (Broadcast Transmission) The s ame image can be [...]

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    83 SPECIAL SCAN MODES The s pecial m odes can be used f or a var iety of s pecial-p urpose s can sen[...]

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    84 SELECTING A SPECIAL MODE The procedure for selecti ng a special mode for the scanner function is [...]

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    85 CONVENIENT SCANNER FUNCTIONS Erasing p eripheral sha dows on the i mage (Erase) Scanning an origi[...]

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    86 Scanning many or iginals at once (Job Build) Sending two pages as a single pa ge (2in1) The machi[...]

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    Document filing Document filing 87 The do cument filing f unction is used to s tore the do cument or[...]

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    88 DOCUMENT FILING The d ocumen t filing function allows you to s ave the d ocume nt image of a copy[...]

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    89 The document filing fun ction is convenient in these situati ons Features tha t make the document[...]

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    90 QUICKLY SAVING A JOB (Quick File) As an e xample, the proce dure for us ing "Q uick Fil e&qu[...]

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    91 APPENDING INFORMATION WHEN STORING A FILE (File) As an e xample, the proce dure for us ing "[...]

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    92 Select se ttings in the touch panel. (Continued) (7) Touch the [ User 1] key. (8) Touch the [ OK][...]

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    93 SAVING A DOCUMENT ONLY (Scan to HDD) You ca n save a document without per forming a copy, pri nt,[...]

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    94 PRINTING A SAVED FILE You ca n retri eve a fil e stored by document filing an d print o r trans m[...]

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    System settings System settings 95 The s ystem setti ngs let you adjust th e operati on of the ma ch[...]

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    96 SYSTEM SETTINGS The da te and time can b e set, fax and scan destination s can be stored, d ocume[...]

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    97 System sett ings (adminis trato r) The s ystem setti ngs (admin istrator) * are sys tem setti ngs[...]

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    98 SYSTEM SETTINGS MENU T otal Count System Settings Entering Administrator's Pass wor d Clock [...]

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    99 Image Send Settings Operation Settings Default Displa y Settings Address Book Default Selection O[...]

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    T r oub leshooting T r oub leshooting 101 This sectio ns conta ins answ ers to frequen tly ask ed qu[...]

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    102 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Maki ng a co py of a no n-st anda rd size o rigi nal The proc edure f[...]

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    103 Printing on an enve lopes The proc edure fo r printing on an e nvelope i s explain ed belo w. On[...]

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    104 Changing the pa per size used for a print job When th e size o f paper s pecified for a print jo[...]

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    105 Adju sting the volu me of the ringe r If the rin ging so und made when the mach ine rece ives a [...]

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    106 REMOVING MISFEEDS When a paper mi sfeed oc curs, the message "A m isfeed ha s occu rred.&qu[...]

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    Plea se note • For informatio n on your operating syste m, please refer t o your operating system [...]

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