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Legal Notes - Page 2
Legal Notes Unauthorized reproduction of all or part of this guide is prohibited. The information in this guide is subject to change for improvement without notice. We cannot be held liable for any problems arising from the use of this product, regardless of the information herein. Regarding Trademarks • Microsoft Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the U.S. and/or other countries. KPDL is a trademark of Kyocera Corporation. PCL is a trademark of Hewlett-Packard Company. TrueType is a registered trademark of Apple Computer, Inc. • All other brand and product na.
Table of Contents - Page 3
Table of Contents Chapter 1 Installation Preparing to Install the Driver .................................................... 1-1 Upgrading Driver Components ................................................... 1-2 Express Installation ............................................................ 1-2 Installing on Windows Vista and Windows XP ..................................... 1-2 Custom Install.
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Combine Source and Media Type Lists ......................................... 2-15 Chapter 3 Quick Print Quick Print Options ............................................................ 3-1 Specifying Print Options ..................................................... 3-1 Collation ................................................................. 3-2 Duplex Printing .......
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Offset Jobs ............................................................... 6-4 Chapter 7 Imaging Print Quality and Custom Quality ................................................. 7-1 Selecting Print Quality ....................................................... 7-2 EcoPrint .................................................................. 7-2 Fonts .......
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Form Gallery ................................................................ 9-10 Storing an Image in the Form Gallery .......................................... 9-10 Job Name .................................................................. 9-11 Don’t Use Application Name ................................................. 9-11 Overwrite Job Name ..............
Preparing to Install the Driver - Page 7
1 Installation Preparing to Install the Driver A printer driver is an application that manages communication between a printer and your computer. Once installed, the printer driver settings must be configured in the printer Properties and Printing Preferences . These features are available in the Installation process: Express Installation on page 1-2 Custom Installation on page 1-4 Installing Optional Printer Components on page 1-7 Installing the Printer Wizard on page 1-7 Note: In Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Windows 2000, you must be logged in with administrator rights to install the pr.
Installing on Windows Vista and Windows XP - Page 8
Upgrading Driver Components Express Installation Installing on Windows Vista and Windows XP Installation The installation differs based on your operating system and connection method. Select your operating system and connection method from the following list and proceed to the reference page to continue the installation. Express Installation Installing on Windows Vista and Windows XP on page 1-2 Custom Installation Installing on Windows Vista and Windows XP with a USB Connection on page 1-4 Installing on Windows Vista and Windows XP with a Network Connection on page 1-5 Note: KPrint install.
One or more software installations have failed. - Page 9
Installation Note: If the Found New Hardware Wizard dialog box appears, click Cancel . If the Hardware Installation warning dialog box appears, click Continue Anyway . 4 Select Use host name for port name to use a host name for the Standard TCP/IP port. If the installation wizard still displays the IP address, contact your system administrator. (Not available with a USB connection.) 5 Click Information if you want to open a dialog box with details about IP Address, Host Name, Printer Model, Contact, Location, and Serial Number. Click OK . Click Next . (Not available with a USB connection.) .
Installing on Windows Vista and Windows XP with a USB - Page 10
Custom Installation Installing on Windows Vista and Windows XP with a USB Installation Custom Mode is an option to customize driver features and install utilities. You can specify the printer port, fonts, and the utilities you want to install. Printer drivers that ship with Windows operating systems are called minidrivers. The minidriver is available separately for PCL and KPDL and provides basic support for your printer. Minidriver functionality is not documented in this user guide. Connection This section describes the custom installation procedure of the driver software on Windows Vista .
Installing on Windows Vista and Windows XP with a Network - Page 11
Installing on Windows Vista and Windows XP with a Network Installation 10 On the Confirm Settings page, click Install if the settings are correct. Click Back to correct the settings. Note: If the Hardware Installation warning dialog box appears, click Continue Anyway . 11 The Installation Completed page appears displaying the following driver options. Print a test page This selection verifies a connection with the printer and creates a print out of the installed driver components. Show Quick Print Tab This selection lets you define basic print options into group profiles that can be accesse.
One or more software installations have failed. - Page 12
Optional Printer Components Installation 6 On the Custom Installation page, select the driver and software packages you want to install from the Driver and Utility tabs, and clear those not intended for installation. Click Next . 7 On the Printer Settings page, you can assign a name for the printing system. This name appears in Windows Printers and Faxes and in the printer lists in applications. You can also choose to share this printer with others or set this printer as the default printer. Make your selections, and then click Next . 8 On the Confirm Settings page, click Install if the set.
Installing Optional Printer Components - Page 13
Installing Optional Printer Components Installing the Printer Wizard Installing on Windows Vista Installation 1 On the Product Library CD menu, select Advanced Tools . 2 On the Advanced Tools page, select Optional Printer Components . 3 Select a printer, and click Next to install optional components. 4 On all Select pages, choose your components, and click Next . 5 On the Confirm Settings page, if the displayed settings are correct, click Install . Click Back to correct any settings. 6 The Printer Components Installation Completed page appears. Click Finish . When you have completed install.
Installing on Windows XP and Windows 2000 - Page 14
Installing on Windows XP and Windows 2000 Installation This section describes how to install a printer driver using the Add Printer Wizard on Windows XP and Windows 2000. 1 Click Start in the Windows taskbar, and click Control Panel . 2 Click Printers and Faxes to open the Printers and Faxes window. 3 Click Add a printer in the window area on the left. Note: The Add Printer Wizard can also be started by clicking Add printer in the File menu of the Printers and Faxes window. 4 The Add Printer Wizard appears. The wizard provides you with step by step driver installation instructions. Follow t.
Accessing the Device Settings Tab - Page 15
2 Device Settings Accessing the Device Settings Tab In the Device Settings tab, you can select installed printing system options so the associated features can be used with the printer driver. You can also match the memory setting in the driver with the memory installed in your printing system, which lets the driver manage font downloads more efficiently. Administrator, User, PDL (Page Description Language), and Compatibility settings can also be selected. These features are available in the Device Settings tab: Device Options on page 2-2 Auto Configure on page 2-3 Memory on page 2-3 Admini.
Setting Device Options - Page 16
Device Options Setting Device Options Setting Up Virtual Mail Boxes Device Settings 3 Click the Device Settings tab. Optional devices extend the capabilities of your printing system for source, finishing, and job storage. In a client/server environment, this feature is unavailable to a client logged in as a restricted user. You can set the printer driver to match the optional devices installed on your printing system. 1 In the Printer Properties dialog box, click the Device Settings tab. 2 In Device Settings > Device options , select the check boxes for all installed devices. Virtual mai.
Enabling Auto Configuration - Page 17
Auto Configure Enabling Auto Configuration Memory Device Settings Auto Configure detects the devices installed on the printing system if it is connected over a network. When your computer is connected to the printing system through a TCP/IP port, the Auto Configure button appears in the Device Settings tab. Auto Configure updates the Device options list, and preview images to keep the printer driver consistent with the printing system configuration. Not all installed devices are detected by using Auto Configure . Before selecting OK in the Device Settings tab, check the settings to make sur.
Setting the Memory - Page 18
Setting the Memory RAM Disk Setting RAM Disk Administrator Settings Job Accounting Device Settings By default, the Memory setting matches the standard memory in the printing system. If optional memory is installed, set the memory in the printer driver to match the total amount of memory. 1 Install optional DIMM memory in the printing system. 2 In Device Settings > Memory , select the amount of installed memory. You can use the Auto Configure feature to obtain memory information from the printing system. The RAM disk functions as a virtual hard disk, saving print requests into the printin.
Device Settings - Page 19
Job Accounting Options Printing with Job Accounting Device Settings Note: Job accounting must be set to On at the printing system. A maximum of 1000 account IDs can be assigned at the printing system and stored in the printer driver. Job accounting supports the following options: Use specific account ID Select this option to track the print jobs of a user or group with an account ID. It will send the account ID with each print job. An administrator can restrict a user or group from changing their account ID by using the Password protect administrator settings in the Administrator Settings d.
Displaying the Operation Panel Message - Page 20
Operation Panel Message Displaying the Operation Panel Message Show Quick Print Tab Lock Security Settings Administrator Password Device Settings 6 Print the document from the application. 7 For some options, when the Print Options dialog box appears, type or select an account ID, and click OK . You can specify settings to display the job name, user name, or department for the current job on the printing system's operation panel during printing. The printing system default names appear unless you set your own user-defined names. You can set job name in the Job tab, and set the user name and.
Setting the Administrator Password - Page 21
Setting the Administrator Password Clearing the Administrator Password SNMP Settings SNMPv3 Options Device Settings selected, this setting will prompt you to enter a password and confirm the password. This password protection blocks access to Job accounting , Operation panel message , Show Quick Print tab , Lock Security Settings , and SNMP Settings . You must also set the administrator password in the printing system's Command Center. 1 In Device Settings > Administrator Settings , select Password protect administrator settings . 2 In the Password dialog box, enter a password, using at .
Selecting SNMP Settings - Page 22
Selecting SNMP Settings User Settings Device Settings This option provides an algorithm to check that a transferred file has arrived intact. Message Digest 5 ( MD5 ) and Secure Hash Algorithm 1 ( SHA1 ) are hash algorithms used to authenticate packet data. MD5 This option provides a cryptographic hash function with a 128–bit hash value. It adds security and protection against Gateway Load Balancing Protocol (GLBP)-spoofing software. SHA1 This option produces a message digest that is 160 bits long. SHA1 is the successor to MD5 . Privacy This option uses encryption for secure communication..
PDL (Page Description Language) - Page 23
Identification Setting User Identification Units Selecting a Unit of Measurement Language Preference Setting Language Preference PDL (Page Description Language) Device Settings Identification lets you identify your print job with a User name and Department name, up to 31 characters. The User name can be used to identify a print job stored on the hard disk. You can type User name and Department information to be used with the Job Storage (e-MPS) feature. 1 In Device Settings > User , type your preferred name in the User name text box. 2 Type your department or group name in Department tex.
Device Settings - Page 24
PDL Options Device Settings printing), or PDF (Portable Document Format). The printer default is PCL XL , which is suitable for most printing purposes. After you select a PDL , the selection appears in the lower corner of the Preview image . In GDI compatible mode , vector graphics are rasterized for printing as bitmap images. Use the GDI compatible mode option to improve the output quality of the graphic created by the application. Note: To add PDF to the list of PDL choices, you must install the Output to PDF plug-in. In a client/server environment, this feature is unavailable to a client.
With PDF selected as the - Page 25
Selecting PDL Options PDF PDF Options Device Settings • Documents saved as PDF retain their original appearance, and can be viewed and printed with the free Adobe Reader on Windows, Mac OS, and UNIX platforms. • With PDF selected as the PDL, only a limited set of driver options is available. You can select a page description language from PDL options. 1 In Device Settings > PDL , select the desired page description language from the Select PDL list. 2 Select the GDI compatible mode option to improve the output quality of graphics created by your application. 3 Settings is available w.
Security Settings - Page 26
Device Settings This option ensures that document fonts appear accurately in the PDF file on screen. This option ensures accurate reproduction but significantly increases the file size. Compress data This option enables flat compression for the generated PDF document. This option significantly reduces the file size. Additional compression options are available within Adobe Acrobat. Security This option applies encryption to the PDF document. Click Settings for additional Security settings. See the next section for details. Print and save This option lets you print and save a document as a P.
Printing and Saving to PDF - Page 27
Printing and Saving to PDF Compatibility Settings Device Settings A PDF file can be saved automatically as a default file to be used again. You can then select from the following options: Replace default file name This option lets you rename the default file name. Use default file name + date and time This option lets you use the default name and add a date and time stamp each time the document is saved. Default file directory This option lets you browse to a location to save your PDF. You can print a document and save it to Adobe PDF, if you have installed the Output to PDF plug-in. 1 Open.
Media Source Enumeration - Page 28
Media Source Enumeration Setting Media Sources Disable Face-Up Reverse Page Order Ignore Application Collation Selecting Printer Driver Collation Device Settings Media source enumeration supports compatibility for media source values unique to the printer driver, such as those for cassettes or feeders. Your newly installed printer driver maintains identical media source support with the driver it replaces, whether for this driver or one from another manufacturer. If media source macros exist for the older driver, then the alignment of media source values maintains support without the need t.
Combine Source and Media Type Lists - Page 29
Combine Source and Media Type Lists Creating a Combined Source List Device Settings You can change the driver's Basic tab so that Media type and Source are combined into one list, labeled Source . In the combined list, Media types are listed first, followed by cassettes and MP tray. You can combine the Source and Media type lists in the Basic tab, to make one Source list. 1 In the Device Settings tab, select Compatibility . 2 Select Combine source and media type lists . You can restore all the options in Compatibility Settings to the default by clicking Reset . KX Driver 2-15.
Specifying Print Options - Page 30
3 Quick Print Quick Print Options Specifying Print Options In the Quick Print tab, you can apply basic print settings to print jobs. Any Quick Print settings can be saved as a group, called a profile, and applied to any print job. Profiles support common printing tasks. The Administrator can set the view of the Quick Print tab through the Installation process, or Administrator Settings in Properties . These features are available in the Quick Print tab: Quick Print Options on page 3-1 Profile Options on page 3-3 You can set one or more print options on the Quick Print tab. You can also sele.
Quick Print - Page 31
Collation Duplex Printing Quick Print EcoPrint This icon allows for black and white printing with EcoPrint , or without it. Click the EcoPrint icon to make text and graphics appear lighter in the printed job. EcoPrint does not increase print speed. Collate This icon changes the ordering of the printed pages. The page ordering sequence can either be 123, 123, 123, or 111, 222, 333, and so on. You can also Reverse the order of the printed pages by selecting this option. ( Reverse is available when Printer default is not selected under Destination in the Basic tab. Reverse can be disabled in D.
Multiple Pages per Sheet - Page 32
Multiple Pages per Sheet Profile Options Selecting Profiles Quick Print Flip on long edge Flip on short edge Multiple pages per sheet prints several pages on a single sheet of paper for the purpose of reviewing the document and conserving paper. The readability of the multiple pages decreases as the number of pages per sheet is increased. You can set the arrangement of the pages from the Layout tab as well as print borders around each of the pages. In the Profiles section, you can select from available profiles to print a job. You can select from predefined profiles, or you can create your .
Saving a Profile - Page 33
Saving a Profile Editing a Profile Deleting a Profile Quick Print 2 Click Apply . If any of the Quick Print options are not represented in the predefined profile, the Quick Print icon will be unavailable. 3 Click OK. The Save button lets you create your own profiles. Profiles include all of the current settings in the driver. The Profiles button appears at the bottom of all the tabs under Printing Preferences . 1 Set the printing options you want for your print job by opening Printing Preferences and selecting all your driver settings. 2 Click Profiles > Save . 3 To identify the profile,.
Importing a Profile - Page 34
Importing a Profile Exporting a Profile Quick Print 1 Click Profiles . 2 In the Select profile section, highlight the profile to be deleted, and click Delete . 3 A message appears confirming the removal of the profile. Click Yes to remove. 4 Click OK to close the Profile dialog box. The Import button lets you import a copy of a profile from other printer drivers into your printer driver. 1 Click Profiles > Import . 2 Browse for the existing profile (.KXP), select it, and click Open . A message appears if any of the profile settings in the imported file are not available in the existing d.
Printer Driver Settings Access - Page 35
4 Basic Printer Driver Settings Access Changing the Default Driver Settings In the Basic tab, you can specify the most commonly used printer driver settings. These features are available in the Basic tab: Printer Driver Settings Access on page 4-1 Changing the Default Driver Settings on page 4-1 Creating a Custom Page Size on page 4-3 Printing in Duplex Mode on page 4-4 Printing Collated Documents on page 4-6 The printer driver software can be accessed from the Print dialog box of an application, or from Start . If accessed from an application, then changes made to driver settings remain in.
Basic Paper Settings - Page 36
Basic Paper Settings Source and Media Types Basic 2 Right-click on your printing system icon. 3 Click Printing Preferences . The Basic tab contains several settings for the most commonly used printing tasks. Print size This setting sets the size of the area that the printer prints to, regardless of the actual paper size that is used by the printing system. Source This setting specifies the cassette or tray that the printing system draws paper from. Unless you are using a custom paper type, you can leave it set to Auto source selection . Media type This setting selects the Source based on th.
Printing with Custom Size Pages - Page 37
Print Size and Page Size Creating a Custom Page Size Printing with Custom Size Pages Basic Transparencies must be printed using the MP tray, and labels and envelopes require the MP tray. Ensure the paper is properly loaded by following the instructions outlined in the printing system's Operation Guide . Note: Source and Media type are separate items in the dialog box, but can be combined using the Combine source and media type lists setting in Compatibility Settings . If they are combined, Media type is not available on the Basic tab. To change this setting, open Device settings > Compat.
Printing in Duplex Mode - Page 38
Duplex Printing Printing in Duplex Mode Basic 3 In the Basic tab, select the name of your custom page size in the Print Size list. 4 From the Source list, select the MP tray for the custom page size. Click OK to return to the Print dialog box. Click OK to start printing. Duplex printing is printing on both sides of each page. Select Print on both sides to start duplex printing. If it is not selected, then the printer prints on only one side of each page. The printer system contains a duplex unit that turns the paper over to allow printing on the reverse side. Print on both sides must be sel.
Paper Orientation for Duplex Printing - Page 39
Paper Orientation for Duplex Printing Collation Basic 2 Select either Flip on long edge (to read pages as a book) or Flip on short edge (to read pages as a tablet bound at the top). You can select how the page will be turned when it is printed in duplex mode: On long edge Pages turn on the longer edge of the paper. On short edge Pages turn on the shorter edge of the paper. Flip on long edge Flip on short edge Collate specifies the order in which the pages of a multiple copy job are printed. With Collate selected, the first time the print job is sent to the printing system the data is render.
Printing Collated Documents - Page 40
Printing Collated Documents EcoPrint Kyocera Logo Displaying the Version Information Displaying Plug-in Information Removing a Plug-in Basic When printing multiple copies of a multiple page document, the printer can assemble the pages of each copy in numerical order. 1 In your application, open the Print dialog box and click Properties . 2 In the Basic tab, select the Collate check box. 3 Type or select the number of complete sets of the print job in the Number of copies box. The document page count must not exceed the printer tray capacity. 4 Click OK to return to the Print dialog box, and.
Basic - Page 41
Basic 1 Click Start , then click Control Panel and double-click Printers (Windows Vista), or Printers and Faxes (Windows XP). 2 Right-click the desired printer icon. 3 Select Properties . 4 Select the Device Settings tab. 5 Click the Kyocera logo to open the About dialog box. 6 Click Plug-in to open the Plug-in Information dialog box. 7 Select a plug-in module from the list and click Delete , then Yes . 8 Click OK in all dialog boxes. Note: To remove the Output to PDF module, PDF must not be selected in the PDL Settings dialog box. KX Driver 4-7.
Printing a Booklet - Page 42
5 Layout Booklet Printing a Booklet In the Layout tab, you can arrange document data on printed pages without affecting the original document. These features are available in the Layout tab: Printing a Booklet on page 5-1 Printing Multiple Pages per Sheet on page 5-2 Printing a Poster on page 5-3 Scaling on page 5-4 Booklet prints a two-page layout on both sides of each sheet of paper. You can fold and bind the booklet in the center. Folded booklets are half the size of the selected paper. For example, if you select Letter in Basic > Paper > Print size , the printed output can be fold.
Printing Multiple Pages per Sheet - Page 43
Multiple Pages per Sheet Printing Multiple Pages per Sheet Poster Layout 1 From the application's File menu, click Print , then click Preferences or Properties to open the Properties dialog box. 2 Click the Layout tab, then select Booklet , and one of the two binding options. Left Edge Binding This selection prints text that reads from left to right. Right Edge Binding This selection prints text that reads from right to left. 3 Click OK to return to the Print dialog box. 4 Click OK to begin printing. Multiple pages per sheet prints several pages on a single sheet of paper for the purpose of.
Printing a Poster - Page 44
Printing a Poster Layout Note: The Sheets per page displays the unit of measurement in inches or millimeters. To change the Units setting, open the Printers and Faxes folder, right-click your printer. Click Properties > Device Settings > User . Use Poster Settings to select options, in any combination to make it easier to create a poster. These options print visual cues on the poster sheets that provide help in cropping and assembling the pages. Overlap edges This selection duplicates the edges of document data on adjoining sheets. Poster appearance is improved when the edges overlap .
Scaling - Page 45
Scaling Gutter Layout Use Scaling to increase or decrease the text and graphics on a page. You can also select a gutter setting that enlarges the margins to accommodate an easier assembly of the pages into a booklet. Scaling is not available when Booklet , Poster or Multiple pages per sheet is selected. In the Layout tab, under Scaling , type or select a percentage between 20 to 500. Scaling adjusts proportionately the height and width of the page. A lower percentage reduces the page and a higher percentage enlarges the page. To create a gutter in a document, click Gutter . Based on the pag.
6 Finishing - Page 46
6 Finishing Staple In the Finishing tab, you can specify document finishing features such as punching holes and stapling. These features are available in the Finishing tab: Staple on page 6-1 Punch on page 6-2 Separation on page 6-3 The Staple feature is available on printing systems with an optional finishing device installed. After installation, optional equipment must be selected in the printer driver in the Device Settings tab. Note: Staple and Separation features cannot be used together. If Printer default is selected as the Destination in the Basic tab, the selection of an option in t.
Stapling a Print Job - Page 47
Stapling a Print Job Punch Setting Punch Options Finishing The Staple feature in the Finishing tab enables you to create stapled document sets. You must first select a finisher under Device options in the Device Settings tab. Staple will make Separation and Transparency interleaving unavailable. The maximum number of sheets depends upon the finisher model and the selected Page size or Media type . The Gutter features enables to increase the top and left margins to accommodate the location of the staples. 1 In the Finishing tab, select Staple . 2 In the Staple feature, select Position and Co.
Creating Punch Holes for a Print Job - Page 48
Creating Punch Holes for a Print Job Separation Rotate Copies Rotating Copies Finishing The finishing device must support the Punch feature. Available punch options are set in the Device Settings tab and depend on the punch unit installed on the device and selected. 1 From the application’s Print dialog box, open Properties . 2 In the Basic tab, under Destination , select a face-up or face-down finishing tray. 3 Select the Finishing tab, and click Punch . 4 Select the number of hole punches: 2 or 4 hole (metric), or 2 or 3 hole (inches). 5 Click Settings , and select the setting for punch.
Offsetting Jobs - Page 49
Offset Jobs Offsetting Jobs Finishing 5 Click OK to start printing. The Offset jobs feature physically shifts each print job in the output tray. To ensure consistent offset stacking, all users printing to the same printing system should select Offset jobs as the default setting. The Offset jobs feature requires a finishing device to be selected under Device options in the Device Settings tab. It does not work with Staple feature. 1 In the Basic tab, under Destination , select a face-down finishing tray. 2 Open the Finishing tab, then select Separation > Offset jobs . 3 Click OK to return.
Print Quality and Custom Quality - Page 50
7 Imaging Print Quality and Custom Quality In the Imaging tab, you can manage print quality and grayscale settings. These features are available in the Imaging tab: Print Quality and Custom Quality on page 7-1 EcoPrint on page 7-2 Fonts on page 7-2 Graphics on page 7-4 Pattern Scaling on page 7-4 Inversion Settings on page 7-5 Optimization Settings on page 7-5 Halftone Screen on page 7-5 Adjusting Grayscale on page 7-6 Text and Graphics Effects on page 7-7 Print quality lets you set the resolution for the print job. Resolution is a measurement, in dots per linear inch (dpi), that describes .
Selecting Print Quality - Page 51
Selecting Print Quality EcoPrint Fonts Font Settings Imaging In the Imaging tab, select a Print quality from the list. The number of selections in Print quality depends on the number of resolutions supported by the printing system. High quality , Proof , Draft Select one of these settings to print from the highest to the lowest print resolution. Proof is unavailable when PCL5e is selected as the PDL. Custom Custom lets you choose a setting for Custom Quality and EcoPrint . Selecting Custom without EcoPrint results in a default setting to the highest printing system resolution. Click Custom .
Selecting Font Settings - Page 52
Selecting Font Settings Font Substitution Disabling Device Fonts Imaging Download as outlines This method is best suited for large documents or print jobs using multiple fonts and font sizes. Print speeds are faster because of the optimization features in this setting. The repetition of similar font data sent to the printing system is reduced, thereby increasing the print speed. Print speed is not increased when using Asian fonts such as Japanese, Chinese, and Korean, because of the large amount of font information used for these particular fonts. Allow native download This method improves .
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Pattern Scaling - Page 53
Graphics Pattern Scaling Imaging This option also improves portability of printable data. (If cleared, device fonts may not match when sent to a different printing system.) Some Adobe applications have device font limitations. To overcome these limitations, select Disable device fonts . Device fonts are normally visible in the application font lists as printer icons next to the font name, unless there are equivalent system fonts, in which case the “TT” TrueType icon remains. In the Imaging tab, click Fonts to open the Fonts settings dialog box, and select the Disable device fonts check .
Setting the Halftone Screen - Page 54
Inversion Settings Optimization Settings Halftone Screen Setting the Halftone Screen Imaging Inversion is the opposite of the normal order, arrangement, or position of an image or printed content. In the Imaging tab, click Graphics to open the Graphics settings dialog box and access the Inversion options . The settings are available when KPDL is selected in Device Settings > PDL > Select PDL . Reverse image This setting prints images like a photo negative, reversing black and white areas of the image. Mirror print This setting prints the page content backwards, as it would appear in a.
Adjusting Grayscale - Page 55
Adjusting Grayscale Imaging Frequency Frequency displays the number of rows of dots per inch or centimeter. Set the range from 2.0 to 999.9, and select lines/inch or lines/cm. Angle This option sets the angle at which rows are aligned. Set the range from -180 to 180 degrees. Shape Select the shape of the halftone dot: Ellipse : Resists optical jump, which is when areas of an image that should be smooth suddenly become darker. An ellipse shape provides a smoother gradation of tones. Select Ellipse for images with dark areas. Round : Resists moiré formation and dot gain. Moiré formation is .
Text and Graphics Effects - Page 56
Text and Graphics Effects Imaging Print text as black This option prints all color text as black. It produces faster printing of color text by reducing the amount of data sent to the printer. In black and white printers, it increases the detail for light-colored text printed. White text and image colors are unaffected. Print graphics as black This option prints all color graphics and text with black, rather than grayscale. This feature is intended for CAD applications. User Guide 7-7.
Printing Covers - Page 57
8 Publishing Cover Mode Printing Covers In the Publishing tab, you can create covers, inserts, and add transparencies for a print job. These features are available in the Publishing tab: Printing Covers on page 8-1 Choosing Cover Media on page 8-5 Printing Page Inserts on page 8-5 Interleaving Transparencies on page 8-7 Cover mode is a feature for adding cover pages for the front and back of your document. You can print on cover pages of a different weight or color than the main document. The source of the cover paper is specified by adjusting the Media for cover settings in the Publishing .
Cover Mode Options - Page 58
Cover Mode Options Publishing 2 Select Front , Front and back , or the Print onto options to specify what type of covers to print. 3 Select the Media for cover to specify what type of paper or other media to use for the covers. Check Box Selection Cover Insertion Type Front Inserts a blank front cover. Front Prints on the outside surface of the front cover. Front outside Front Prints on the inside surface of the front cover. Front inside — continued User Guide 8-2.
Check Box Selection - Page 59
Publishing Check Box Selection Cover Insertion Type Prints on the outside and inside Front surfaces of the front cover. Front outside Front inside Inserts blank front and back covers. Front and back Prints on the outside surface of the Front and back front cover and inserts a blank back cover. Front outside Prints on the inside surface of the front Front and back cover and inserts a blank back cover. Front inside — continued KX Driver 8-3.
Check Box Selection - Page 60
Publishing Check Box Selection Cover Insertion Type Prints on both sides of the front cover Front and back and inserts a blank back cover. Front outside Front inside Prints on the inside surface of the Front and back back cover and inserts a blank front cover. Back inside Prints on the outside surface of the Front and back back cover and inserts a blank front cover. Back outside Prints on both sides of the back cover Front and back and inserts a blank front cover. Back inside Back outside — continued User Guide 8-4.
Choosing Cover Media - Page 61
Choosing Cover Media Page Insert Printing Page Inserts Publishing Check Box Selection Cover Insertion Type Prints on both sides of the front and Front and back back covers. Front outside Front inside Back inside Back outside 1 In the Media for cover list, select the media type or source cassette for the front and back covers. When you choose the media type, a source cassette matching that media type is automatically selected. 2 Click OK to return to the Print dialog box. 3 Click OK to start printing. A Page insert is a preprinted page or a page of a different paper type that is inserted at .
Transparency Interleaving - Page 62
Page Insertion Options Transparency Interleaving Publishing Check Box Selection Page Insertion Type Page insert Inserts a blank page. Page insert Prints on the front side of the inserted page. Print onto front Page insert Prints on the back side of the inserted page. Print onto back Prints on both sides of the inserted Page insert page. Print onto front Print onto back Transparency interleaving inserts a backing sheet between printed transparencies. The backing sheet, also known as an interleaf, helps keep transparencies clean and prevents them from clinging together. This feature is User G.
Interleaving Transparencies - Page 63
Interleaving Transparencies Publishing only available when printing on transparencies supplied from the MP tray. You can print the same content on the backing pages as on the transparencies. Transparency interleaving cannot be used together with Cover mode or Page insert . 1 In the Basic tab, in the Media type list, select Transparency . If the Source and Media type lists have been combined (by a selection in the Device Settings tab, in the Compatibility Settings dialog box), Media type does not appear. Instead, in the Source list select Auto (Transparency) . 2 Click the Publishing tab. 3 I.
Job Storage (e-MPS) - Page 64
9 Job Job Storage (e-MPS) In the Job tab, you can store print jobs in the memory installed in the printing system. You can also select a Job name to use with Job storage features. You can use this tab to set or change the default settings that apply when you print a document from a Windows application. These features are available in the Job tab: Temporary on page 9-3 Permanent on page 9-3 Virtual Mail Box on page 9-4 Quick Copy on page 9-4 Proof and Hold on page 9-6 Private Print on page 9-7 Job Storage on page 9-8 Synergy Print Box on page 9-9 Form Gallery on page 9-10 Job Name on page 9-.
Job Storage (e-MPS) options - Page 65
Job Storage (e-MPS) options Job data temporarily, or you can install a hard disk for larger capacity and permanent storage. E-MPS is a multitier solution that provides advanced print management, directly from the desktop. By storing a job in the printing system, you can print it from the operation panel without sending it again from the computer. To use the Job storage (e-MPS) features, you must set a User name in the User Settings dialog box, available in the Device Settings tab. Storage Access code When job is When job is Operation location required printed deleted from panel e-MPS memory.
Storing a Temporary Print Job - Page 66
Temporary Storing a Temporary Print Job Permanent Storing a Permanent Print Job Job Use Temporary to print jobs and save them on the hard disk. When the hard disk becomes full, Temporary jobs are replaced beginning with the oldest jobs. If you do not want jobs to be removed, select the Permanent option. Selecting Temporary as a storage option increases print speed on a multiple copy job. The first copy of the job is rendered once, then all subsequent copies are printed at the rated speed of the printing system. Temporary jobs can be reprinted by installing and using the KM-NET VIEWER utilit.
Storing a Job in a Virtual Mail Box - Page 67
Virtual Mail Box Storing a Job in a Virtual Mail Box Printing Jobs from a Virtual Mail Box Quick Copy Job Virtual mail box lets you send print jobs to electronic mail boxes rather than physical mail boxes. Creating the Virtual mail box in the printer driver also creates it on the hard disk. After jobs are sent to a Virtual mail box , they can be printed from the printing system's operation panel. Jobs are saved until they are printed and then are removed from memory. You can create up to 255 mail boxes in the Hard Disk Settings dialog box in the Device Settings tab. The main difference betw.
Printing a Quick Copy Job - Page 68
Printing a Quick Copy Job Reprinting a Quick Copy Job Job and print the job from the printing system’s operation panel without sending the job again from the computer. The number of Quick copy or Proof and hold jobs that can be stored is set at the printing system’s operation panel, to a maximum of 50 jobs. When the designated number of jobs is reached, older jobs are replaced by new jobs. All Quick copy jobs are stored on the hard disk after printing but are deleted when the printing system is turned off. You can manually delete a job at the operation panel. Warning: A print job can re.
Printing a Proof and Hold Job - Page 69
Proof and Hold Printing a Proof and Hold Job Printing the Remaining Proof and Hold Copies Job Proof and hold is a Job storage (e-MPS) option that prints one copy of a print job so that you can proof it before printing the remaining copies. This feature is available when a hard disk is installed or a RAM disk is set up in the printing system and selected in the Device Settings tab. After the proof copy is printed and checked, remaining copies can be printed from the printing system’s operation panel without sending the job again from the computer. If desired, you can change the number of c.
Storing a Private Print Job - Page 70
Private Print Storing a Private Print Job Printing a Private Print Job Job 6 Touch plus or minus to select the number of copies. 7 Touch Printing to print the job. Private print jobs are saved on the hard disk or RAM disk for printing until a four-digit Access code is entered. When the hard disk reaches maximum capacity and a new job is sent to be stored, the oldest stored job is replaced by the new job. Private print jobs are deleted when the printing system is reset or turned off. If you do not want the job deleted, select the Job storage feature. When sending a sensitive document to the .
Storing a Job Storage Job - Page 71
Job Storage Storing a Job Storage Job Job 4 Touch the up and down arrows to select the User name , then touch Next . 5 Touch the up and down arrows to select the Job name , then touch Next . 6 Touch plus or minus to select the number of copies. 7 Touch Printing . 8 Use the numeric keypad to enter the Access code . 9 Touch Enter to print the job. Job storage is a Job storage (e-MPS) option that lets you store a print job permanently on the hard disk for printing later. You also have the option of protecting the print job from unauthorized printing by using an Access code . This feature is av.
Printing a Job Storage Job - Page 72
Printing a Job Storage Job Synergy Print Box Storing a Job in a Synergy Print Box Job 5 Click OK in both dialog boxes to print. You can print a Job storage job at the printing system’s operation panel. The job remains stored for future printing on the hard disk. 1 At the printing system's operation panel, press the Printer key. 2 On the screen, touch e-MPS . 3 Touch Private / Stored . 4 Touch the up and down arrows to select the User name , then touch Next . 5 Touch the up and down arrows to select the Job name , then touch Next . 6 Touch plus or minus select the number of copies. 7 Touch.
Printing Jobs From a Synergy Print Box - Page 73
Printing Jobs From a Synergy Print Box Form Gallery Storing an Image in the Form Gallery Job 4 In the SPB ID box, type a print box number from 1 through 100. 5 You can give a name to the print job, or accept a default name generated by the printing system. To give it a custom name, under Job name , select Custom , and then type a name in the text box. 6 Click OK in all dialog boxes. Print jobs and copier data stored in a Synergy print box can be combined and printed together. 1 At the printing system's operation panel, press the Document Management key. 2 Under Synergy Print Box , touch Doc.
Don’t Use Application Name - Page 74
Job Name Don’t Use Application Name Overwrite Job Name Selecting a Job Name Job 4 You can give a name to the print job, or accept a default name generated by the printing system. To give it a custom name, under Job name , select Custom , and then type a name in the text box. 5 Click OK in all dialog boxes. A Job name is a unique identifier for each print job. It helps you find and print your job from the printing system’s operation panel, or display the name on the operation panel while printing. When you send a print job using one of the Job storage (e-MPS) options, you can assign a cu.
Job - Page 75
Job Application defined This option uses the name of the application document as the Job name . For Microsoft Word or PowerPoint documents, selecting Don’t use application name removes the name of the application so that only the document name appears as the Job name . Custom This option uses a unique name for each job. Type a name in the box, up to 79 characters. 3 Select an Overwrite job name option in case a job already exists in printing system memory with the same Job name : Replace existing file If a job with the same User name and Job name exists, the current print job replaces an .
Selecting a Prologue/Epilogue File - Page 76
10 Advanced Prologue/Epilogue Selecting a Prologue/Epilogue File In the Advanced tab, you can choose special features that extend the capabilities of the printing system. These features are available in the Advanced tab: Prologue/Epilogue on page 10-1 Watermark on page 10-3 Security Watermark on page 10-5 Configuring Status Monitor on page 10-8 EMF Spooling on page 10-10 Enabling Client Profile on page 10-10 The Prologue/Epilogue feature enables a user to insert a command file at the beginning of a print job or at the end. The command file, prepared in a text editor, utilizes programming co.
Advanced - Page 77
Editing a Prologue/Epilogue Command File Deleting a Prologue/Epilogue File Assigning a Prologue/Epilogue File Unassigning Prologue/Epilogue Files Specifying the Insertion Point Advanced In the Prologue/Epilogue dialog box, select a Prologue/Epilogue file to insert into the print job. (If no file names are visible in the list, you must click Add to browse for files on your computer or network to add to the list.) After the file is selected, insertion point options will be enabled. 1 In the Prologue/Epilogue dialog box, select a command file name from the list, and then click Edit . Microsoft.
Adding or Editing a Watermark - Page 78
Watermark Adding or Editing a Watermark Advanced This option does not insert the selected Prologue/Epilogue file into the print job. This is useful if the list contains several files, and you want to insert some but not others. Beginning of the print job End of the print job The Start of the page and End of the page insertion point options are available only when PCL 5e is selected as the Page Description Language (PDL). Start of the page End of the page With Start of the page or End of the page selected, choose one of the following page options: Only on odd pages Only on even pages Pages T.
Page Selection for Watermark - Page 79
Page Selection for Watermark Advanced 7 Select the Position of the watermark with one of the following options. Centered [default] This option places the center of the watermark text in the center of the page. User defined This option lets you manipulate the x and y coordinate boxes to move the text around the page. You can also change the position by clicking the position button at the bottom of the preview area. Click and hold as you drag the pointer to move the watermark image. 8 Select the Angle of the watermark with one of the following options. Diagonal [default] This option places th.
Adding or Editing a Security Watermark - Page 80
Security Watermark Adding or Editing a Security Watermark Advanced Print onto front outside cover This option prints the watermark on the front cover. It is available when Cover mode is selected in the Publishing tab. If Cover mode and Front outside are both selected in the Publishing tab, Print onto front outside cover is selected automatically. 4 In all dialog boxes, click OK . The Security Watermark is a plug-in feature that prints a nearly invisible image or text against a background pattern. The security watermark appears only when the printed page is photocopied. This helps to identif.
Adjusting Security Watermark Calibration - Page 81
Adjusting Security Watermark Calibration Advanced 3 For Security watermark name , type a name up to 39 characters. A default security watermark cannot be renamed. 4 For Security watermark text , type text or leave blank. This option is not available when editing a default security watermark. Select from the following options: None This option leaves the line blank. User defined This option inserts your text up to 39 characters. All other options display date, time, or other job information that is obtained from the computer or printer driver when the job is printed. 5 Select the desired fon.
Page Selection for Security Watermark - Page 82
Page Selection for Security Watermark Advanced security watermark. Adjusting the calibration is also recommended when changing the background pattern, replacing the toner or printing system, and after heavy printing activity. 1 After all security watermark options are selected in the Add Watermark or Edit Watermark dialog box, click Adjust Calibration . 2 Under Pattern shading and Text contrast , select initial options: Light, Normal, Dark Select the shading density of the background pattern. When Document guard pattern is selected in the Add Security Watermark or Edit Security Watermark di.
Locking the Security Watermark Settings - Page 83
Locking the Security Watermark Settings Configuring Status Monitor Advanced This option prints the security watermark on the page numbers typed in the text box. Print onto front outside cover This option prints the security watermark on the front cover. This option is available when Cover mode is selected in the Publishing tab. If Cover mode and Front outside are both selected in the Publishing tab, Print onto front outside cover is selected automatically. 4 In all dialog boxes, click OK . The administrator can ensure that a security watermark is printed on all jobs by locking the selected .
Setting Status Monitor Preferences - Page 84
Setting Status Monitor Preferences Advanced 5 To display a list of options, right-click the Status Monitor icon in the system tray. • Hide/Show Switch between hiding and showing the Status Monitor image. Note: You can also hide the Status Monitor image by right-clicking on the image, then clicking Hide the Status Monitor , or let the Status Monitor close on its own after 5 minutes if there is no printing activity. • Configure To open a web browser to display a printer Web page, click Configure . You can remotely configure the printing system for features that include print resolution an.
EMF Spooling - Page 85
EMF Spooling Enabling Client Profile Advanced • Printing completed 5 In the Sound Notification tab you can also add sound or speech to your chosen alert. To add a sound file: Clear the Use Text to speech check box. The sound file text box becomes available. Type the location of a sound file (.wav), or browse to find a file located on your computer. To add speech: Select Use Text to speech . Type your preferred text in the text box. The Microsoft Text to Speech utility reads your typed text and plays it back in a spoken voice. 6 To change the size, placement, and transparency of the Status.
Enable client profile - Page 86
Advanced Clear the Enable client profile check box to select profiles from the server to apply to print jobs created by the driver. Server profiles are read-only. Select the Enable client profile check box for using custom profiles locally in the driver. User Guide 10-11.
Saving a Profile - Page 87
11 Profiles Saving a Profile In Profiles , you can save printer driver settings as a profile. You can select multiple options in the Quick Print tab and Printing Preferences , save them to a profile, and use all of them at once when you apply the profile. A maximum of 26 profiles can be established in one driver, including the Factory Default profile. Device options settings made in the Device Settings tab cannot be saved to a profile. These features are available in the Profiles dialog box: Saving a Profile on page 11-1 Editing a Profile on page 11-2 Deleting a Profile on page 11-2 Importi.
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Editing a Profile - Page 88
Editing a Profile Deleting a Profile Importing a Profile Profiles In the Select profile section, the newly added profile is displayed. In the lower section of the Profiles dialog box, and in the side panel, the items you entered and selected for the profile are displayed. 5 Click Apply and OK to activate the selected profile to the current print job, or click OK to save the profile. Note: To reset the printer driver to default settings, select the Factory Default profile, and click Apply . This clears the settings of a selected profile. The Edit button lets you make changes to an existing p.
Exporting a Profile - Page 89
Exporting a Profile Profiles A message appears if any of the profile settings in the imported file are not available in the existing driver. Select Yes , to import the profile, or No , to cancel the import. 3 If you selected Yes in the previous step, the imported file appears in the Select profile section. The options in that profile appear in the lower section of the Profiles dialog box and in the side panel. If you selected No , the imported file does not appear. 4 Click Apply and OK to activate the selected profile to the current print job, or click OK to save the profile. The Export but.
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User Guide - Page 90
Glossary A Access code A four-digit code that you must enter at the printing system’s operation panel to print a Private Print job. An access code can also be used with the Job storage feature. Auto configure Device settings feature that queries a printing system through the network and automatically retrieves settings for optional devices and memory. Driver settings will be updated with information received from the physical printing system. Installed devices will be displayed in the Preview image. B Booklet Layout feature that prints a multi-page document in a booklet format by using a .
KX Driver - Page 91
Gutter Blank space on the left side or top of a printed page that can be increased by scaling down text and graphics. This supports stapling and hole punching. When used with Duplex printing, the enlarged blank space lines up evenly on both sides of the sheet. The larger blank space is created by shifting the printable area to the right or down as much as one inch (25.4 mm). J Job Accounting An accounting system that records and controls the number of pages printed by each account ID. Account IDs can be assigned at the printing system and stored in the driver. After account IDs are assigned.
User Guide - Page 92
Permanent job storage Job option that stores print jobs in the printing system’s hard disk. Jobs stored on the hard disk can only be removed by manual deletion, so are protected from being erased when the printing system is turned off or reset. Plug-in An accessory program that integrates with the printer driver to enhance or extend the driver's capabilities. Poster Layout feature for printing a document in a larger size than the maximum supported by the printer so the cumulative sheets can be assembled as a poster. Use this feature to print a document in a large, eye-catching poster form.
KX Driver - Page 93
Rotate copies Finishing mode that draws every other copy from a separate tray and stacks them in a collated, multi-copy print job. The final stack clearly distinguishes each copy horizontally and vertically. S Security Watermark Plug-in feature that adds watermark text and a background pattern to a print job. The text blends into the background pattern making it nearly invisible when printed. The security watermark appears only when the printed page is photocopied. A security watermark can be used to help protect against unauthorized reproduction of documents, or simply to differentiate ori.
KYOCERA MITA AMERICA, INC. - Page 94
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KYOCERA MITA EUROPE B.V. - Page 95
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KYOCERA MITA Corporation - Page 96
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Rev. 8.1_0 - Page 97
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